America’s Got Talent 2013 is on the horizon, and today NBC released a new trailer which offers an action-packed look at the upcoming season 8.
America’s Got Talent’s host Nick Cannon and judges Heidi Klum, Mel B., Howard Stern, and Howie Mandel appeared at NBC’s Summer Press Day to talk about new aspects of the show and what the new judges bring .
According to reliable sources, shock jock and America’s Got Talent judge Howard Stern is poised to replace Jimmy Fallon in 2014.
America’s Got Talent will be adding Heidi Klum as a new judge this season. Klum will be AGT‘s fourth judge, and it is the first season that will feature four judges.
With Sharon Osbourne leaving the show, America’s Got Talent has been searching for a new female judge. That lady appears to be Mel B, best known for her role in the Spice Girls.
It’s finally been announced that Howie Mandel will be back for America’s Got Talent season 8.
Rosie O’Donnell has revealed that she is in talks to join America’s Got Talent as a judge.
After giving it a couple months of thought (and publicly debating the idea on his radio show), Howard Stern confirmed today that he’d return for a second season of America’s Got Talent.
Today the nominees were announced for the 2013 People’s Choice Awards, offering fans the chance to pick their favorite television shows, films, and music of the year.
Simon Cowell has revealed Carmen Electra is his top choice to replace Sharon Osbourne and be a new America’s Got Talent judge.
America’s Got Talent has just announced their first 12 audition cities for season 8.
2013 will be a big year for Howard Stern. He’s been offered a role with an Academy Award-winning actor. Accepting the role would force him to step away from his role as an America’s Got Talent judge. He’s unsure which he wants to do.
America’s Got Talent just crowned its season 7 champion. Five of the seven seasons have been won by singers, season 2 was won by a ventriloquist, but this year’s winner was far different. The winner is…
The 2012 season of America’s Got Talent delivered its final performances last night. David Garibaldi and his CMYK’s, Tom Cotter, The Untouchables, Joe Castillo, William Close, and the Olate Dogs all had to deliver their best performance ever against some steep competition.