Caring Simon Cowell is planning a bedside visit to Cheryl Tweedy as she fights to recover from Malaria.
The trip was revealed as X Factor judge Cheryl was moved out of intensive care and into a private clinic.
Despite the positive news, grave fears remain for her health.
This has so concerned X Factor supremo Cowell, that he has postponed filming of the ITV mega-show.
Following rumours that singer Cheryl, 26, is suffering from fluid on her lungs after contracting the illness on holiday, Simon has told her to concentrate on her health, and reassured her the show will be accommodated to fit around her.
The big-hearted star, 50, has also sent Cheryl a stream of well-wishing cards and flowers. He will pop in to see her within the next 72 hours.
A source told the Mirror: “All the judges have been really supportive of Cheryl, Simon in particular.
“He originally contacted her management team to inform them there was no hurry; her health was number one priority.
“She obviously missed a few of the regional auditions and bootcamp is due to start on July 22. Simon had a meeting with X Factor and ITV1 execs yesterday to instruct them to push back bootcamp until Cheryl is ready.
“Cheryl was due to go abroad with her group but this may be changed now too, and the whole format tinkered with to fit in around her.
“There will be some big, exciting changes happening to this part of the new series anyway, so Cheryl’s role in proceedings will depend on how she is.
“Cheryl and her medical team are confident she will be back to full health, and behind the judging panel, come the TV studio audience finals in October.”
The Newcastle-born Girls Aloud star, who contracted the potentially fatal tropical disease while in Tanzania with dancer Derek Hough, collapsed at a photoshoot last weekend.
Her mother, Joan, and relatives were with her round-the-clock as her condition deteriorated and she was transferred to London’s UCLA hospital. American choreographer Derek has also been a constant beside presence.