The singer revealed the details of the message in her upcoming autobiography which is being serialised by The Sun over the next week.
Cheryl Cole opens up in the book that Simon Cowell left it to an executive producer on the show to break the news to her.
She writes: "(Cowell) didn't even have the guts to phone or send a message warning me what was coming."
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"I was furious with Simon for letting it happen like this. I believed we had a good friendship and I couldn't understand why he just hadn't been straight with me."
She then shares the details of the expletive filled text message she sent to Simon which also cussed Simon's other shows and her infamous first day outfit she wore on the US X Factor.
She text Cowell: "F*** you. F*** Britain's Got Talent. F*** the orange and purple outfit. F*** big hair. F*** the UK X Factor. F*** you all."
"I hate you…I understand you're a businessman, and what I've learned from this is that business means more to you than our friendship."
Wow. Note to self, don't get tick Cheryl Cole off.
Cheryl also revealed that Simon Cowell had offered the role of head job on the UK X Factor, a position she turned down and was later filled by Gary Barlow.