He’s lived and he’s learned.
Simon Cowell vowed to take the necessary precautions after his second e-bike crash, which resulted in the TV star breaking his arm.
“I’m a bit of a nutter,” Cowell, 62, admitted to the Daily Mail Wednesday. “I’ll definitely wear a helmet next time.”
“I’m feeling much better, thank you,” he added. “It happened just ’round the corner.”
Cowell went on to say he might consider giving up his cycling hobby due to this being his second accident in less than two years.
The “America’s Got Talent” judge was hospitalized last Thursday, with a source later telling Page Six that he had “slipped off” his electric motorbike.
“He was pedaling along, with his electric motor on, when the wheels suddenly went from under him after hitting a wet patch,” an insider told The Sun, which was first to report the news Monday. “He slipped and went flying over the handlebars into the middle of the road.”
Cowell’s first incident in August 2020 resulted in the Brit breaking his back in three places while riding a $20,000 bike outside his Malibu mansion. He had to undergo a six-hour surgery at the time to repair his spine, with doctors inserting a metal rod into his back.
Cowell reportedly contemplated suing the bike manufacturer at the time but never went through with it.
After surviving his second crash, the record executive was photographed Tuesday with his and Silverman’s 7-year-old son Eric’s signature across the top of his cast.