Cheryl Cole, spokesman for the British refused to comment on the story.
British pop star Cheryl Cole has been dropped by a jury in the U.S. version of X Factor, the relationship of the United States.
Entertainment site TMZ sources said producers were worried about the singer's accent was too strong for Newcastle the American public.
UK Cole's publicist declined to comment on the story.
Former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, who had been lined up to co-host, will be replaced, reports say.
After months of speculation, was confirmed earlier this month that Cole had won the coveted spot on the panel along with former American Idol judge, Paula Abdul, Antonio LA Reid and Simon Cowell.
Speaking to reporters outside the U.S. study for his first day in his new role, Girls Aloud singer has said he was not worried about his accent.
"Americans always understand," he said.
The 27-year added that he believed that the public finally "get used".
U.S. labor, that Cole called "hard work" meant that did not participate in this autumn, the UK version of the show.
"I miss him like crazy. I will keep an eye on it, making sure everyone is well," he said.
"You know, everything is really new to me and scary, so it took me a long time to get my head around to be asked."
Scherzinger was originally intended to co-host - that will be launched in the U.S. this fall - and Welsh TV presenter Steve Jones.
Participation at the National Movie Awards in London earlier this month, Scherzinger said she believed Cole was "beautiful and wonderful" to work with.