X Factor's Wagner quits UK and fame for shock new career so he can 'die in peace'

X FACTOR legend Wagner is returning to Brazil to open a hair transplant clinic.

The joyful Brazilian entertainer, 66, said he is leaving his Birmingham home and coming out of retirement to start up the business.


He said: "I love it here but I am going to Brazil to start a hair transplant business.

"I'm living proof that hair transplants work. I had mine eight years ago and I haven’t lost anything. I lose more from the beard than my head.

"I’m going to be making so much money I’ll be coming back to the UK. I’m only a flight away.

"Once the clinic is up and running I can employ a manager who speaks English.

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Speaking about his wife, who is 36 years his junior, he added to The Mirror: "Once I die, (his wife) Lydia will communicate with the manager and I can die in peace now."

He was famed for his wild hair and neat moustache on Simon Cowell's programme – but he's now embraced full whiskers.

Two years ago he shocked fans with his new look, a cross between Santa and The Wizard of Oz's Lion.

Wagner shared a video in which he discussed the supernatural and life after death.

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He questioned whether he was once killed in a tsunami before being reincarnated as his current self.

"When I was a really little kid before school I always would have the same dream," he said.

"I would see a tsunami coming. I'm at the beach with my family and a tsunami comes and finishes everything.

"How could I have this dream repeatedly if at that age I didn't know the tsunami existed? I only found out about it as a teenager.

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"Did I have a past life that was imprinted in my memory? Did I die when a tsunami came?"

Wagner has also been selling custom videos to fans for just £10 – as he doesn't want to price anybody out.

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