Ladies Man Simon Cowell's 'X Factor'-Style Auditions to Find the Perfect Woman (PHOTOS)
X Factor supremo Simon Cowell is known for his love of beautiful women -- and True Blood’s stunning "shape-shifter" Janina Gavankar is the latest lady to take his fancy.
The pair dined out together at Cecconi’s restaurant in West Hollywood after initially flirting with one another on Twitter.
And although this season’s X Factor is about to reach its conclusion, the man behind bringing the hit FOX show to America is no closer to finding the love of his life.
In fact, recently the 52-year-old music mogul seems to be carrying out his very own private auditions to find his perfect partner.
Cowell split with former fiancée Mezhgan Hussainy earlier this year, but the pair was spotted shopping together in Beverly Hills only last month.
Former Playboy pin-up, Carmen Electra, is another stunner who's come under Cowell’s radar recently after the pair dined-out with a group of friends at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood in September.
And it seems Gavankar may have some competition, with Electra joining Cowell at The X Factor live show on Wednesday night, where a source tells Celebuzz not only did the TV judge bring the brunette beauty as his guest, he showed his affection for her too.
"He full on kissed her at the show in front of the audience," a source told Celebuzz.
Although Electra has been coy about their relationship, telling Celebuzz they are "just friends," adding, "I really like him, he’s a cool guy," fellow X Factor judge L.A. Reid couldn't help but notice their sparks. He tweeted a photo of the twosome from the show, “Didn't mean to, but got in the middle of @SimonCowell and @carmenelectra #LoveBirds," wrote Reid, who revealed Thursday he won't be coming back to the show next year.
But at the moment is seems that Cowell has a thing for Gavankar -- who plays sexy Luna Garza on HBO’s vampire hit True Blood.
And it was Cowell who initiated the relationship with the exotic beauty from Joliet, Ill., right before his 5 million Twitter followers last month after he wrote: "Hello trouble. Simon x."
Gavankar replied: "Who me?? #Definitely me," to which he answered: "yes you. x"
Maybe the answer comes from Cowell himself.
In an interview UK's The Guardian newspaper last year, he admitted to being more than generous with his exes after a break-up.
“You can’t have somebody in your life who’s become accustomed to a certain thing and just because you don’t want to be in the relationship any more say to them, 'Now everything is cut off.' That doesn’t make sense,” he revealed.
So, it definitely pays to date Cowell, no matter the outcome.