America’s Got Talent
Mark your calendars, Howard Stern fans. The biggest and most honest voice in American radio is coming to reality TV and making his 'America's Got Talent' debut on May 14 on NBC. Stern, who has has watched every season dutifully as a fan, is now sitting on the judge's panel. It's a role he has long sought and one that he certainly deserves.
There are so many singing competition series on television now, that it's almost impossible to keep up with all of them! So, which one of the reality TV shows is your favorite and has you coming back each week to see more of the action?
Howard Stern will fill the seat vacated by Piers Morgan on the 'America's Got Talent' judge's panel in the summer of 2012 and fans of his morning drive radio show could not be more psyched about this development. Stern is known for his frank and insightful commentary of reality talent shows during his AM gabfest, so now his voice will have weight! A 21 second spot promoting Stern's new gig with the show aired during the 2012 Super Bowl XLVI last night (Feb. 5) and it amps up the excitement!
Piers Morgan, out. Howard Stern, in. National radio host Stern has been hired to replace Morgan as a judge on NBC's 'America's Got Talent.' Stern, known for his frank commentary (and dedicated viewing) of music competition shows on his Sirius XM morning radio show, has long been suggested as a possible judge for 'American Idol' and 'America's Got Talent.' But nothing ever came to fruition...until now.
Morgan … Out!
Piers Morgan has been juggling two gigs, as a judge on 'America's Got Talent' and as the host of the nightly talk show 'Piers Morgan Tonight' on CNN. With all those plates in the air, Morgan decided that he's had enough of the double duty and is bouncing from 'AGT.' Aw, we loved his cheeky British humor on the show.
In a stark contrast to many of the more sensational performances and cameos during the 'America's Got Talent' finale on Wednesday night, Queen Latifah looked eloquent standing next to 85-year-old Tony Bennett as the two sang 'Who Can I Turn To (Nobody Needs Me).' The song is included on Bennett's 'Duets II' album that drops Sept. 20.