'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...


This article first appeared on 702 : 'You must quit before people get tired of you' - Gareth Cliff


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