In this year’s series of the ITV show, the judges no longer had the power to vote for which acts went through to the final, meaning the top two semi-final performances were selected by the public vote alone.
However, the shock twist appeared to have back-fired as Simon’s favourites were seemingly axed.
“I don’t know who made the decision about the judges not having the casting vote. I do think it will be the last time we do it as I do think we had some say in the first stage and I think you have to be consistent.” Simon told the Daily Star.
He added: “It is always worth trying new things but next year we will probably go back to what we normally do.”
Simon Cowell wants another overhaul on Britain's Got Talent
Simon Cowell with his fellow judges on Britain's Got Talent
In previous years, the act which had the most votes from the public got an automatic pass whereas those who came in second and third place faced a deliberation from the judges.
And Simon, 57, thinks the public vote very differently compared to himself and fellow judges Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.
He continued: “The public tend to go with their heart on these shows. The contestants trust the show and they think they can get something out of it. But if you are not going to get anything out of it that is when the standard drops.”
On Saturday night, pianist Tokio Myers scooped the top prize of £250,000 and will perform at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
Tokio Myers won this year's competition Britain's Got Talent: Most memorable moments Mon, June 5, 2017
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Tokio Myers is crowned winner of 'Britain's Got Talent'
But one of the music moguls' favourites in this year's competition was his golden buzzer act Sarah Ikumu who didn't get enough votes from the public.
Talking about her future, he said: “I think Sarah needs to go into a West End show and get some experience. She is too young at the moment to go straight into a recording contract. It is important how we help these young kids."
Simon Cowell will be back on screens on The X Factor on ITV in August.