Simon Cowell looks fit and healthy before America's Got Talent return as he steps out of his Rolls-Royce in Malibu

SIMON Cowell looks fit and ready to jump back to work at America's Got Talent.

The music mogul, 61, was spotted getting out of a luxury Rolls Royce in Malibu just eight months after breaking his back in an electric bike accident.

The star looked a picture on health in white basketball shorts, a long-sleeve grey top and white face mask.

Simon cruised down the Pacific Coast Highway before popping out of his exclusive wheels to show of his svelte figure.

The dad-of-one is getting ready to once again sit behind the judges' desk of America's Got Talent after being sidelined due to his horrific injury.

To get himself back into shape both physically and for a return to work, Simon has been clocking up around 40 miles a week on the treadmill.



A TV source said: “Simon can’t wait to get back to doing what he loves.
He’s been focused on his return for months.”

Last month, Simon told Terri Seymour about the electric bike accident at his Malibu home last year.

He said: “It could have been a lot worse. When I saw the X-ray, I really nearly could have smashed my spine to pieces, so I literally wouldn’t have been able to walk.

“I knew I’d broken my back the minute I landed, it was really, really kind of sudden and it hurt.”

He actually passed out from the pain of breaking his back when he fell from his bike last August.

Simon – who lost four stone on a vegan diet in 2019 – says he's now fitter and healthier than he's ever been.

Speaking to ex-girlfriend Terri Seymour on Extra, Simon said: "I've never been in this situation in my life where you literally can't move.

"The pain was off the charts… But you've got to stay positive…

"I made a promise to myself I'd be fitter than I was before I had the accident. Sure enough, that's what happened."

The star added of his partner Lauren Silverman and son Eric: “She was amazing.

"Both her and Eric, they were like my support. I couldn’t have gotten through it without them, so we got closer.”

America's Got Talent will hit US TV screens in May.

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