'You must quit before people get tired of you' - Gareth Cliff

Former Idols judge, Gareth Cliff, says there is no controversy behind his resignation from the MNet television show, Idols SA.

It's been a great 11 seasons. And I think sometimes you have to quit before people get tired of you. I have always believed you should quit at the top.

Gareth Cliff, former Idols judge

MNet released a statement yesterday saying it is grateful for Cliff's contribution in the past 11 seasons with the show.

Listen to Cliff talking about the future of Idols SA below...

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