Howard Stern’s Emotional Sign Off From America’s Got Talent

17 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

America’s Got Talent.

In a segment dedicated to the 61-year-old’s exit, the former host appears walking through New York City as he looks back on what he’s loved about judging contestants and being in New York. “If I had any dream about this, it’s that I could take someone who was struggling and seriously give advice,” he says in the video. “I was told over and over again that I had no talent. It’s the season 10 finale of America’s Got Talent, and the fate of a couple of singers, a few comedians, a magician, a mentalist, a little guy with a ladder, a bloke with a puppet, a magic dragon, and a man who can swallow whatever is currently in your kitchen junk drawer has been announced. The episode also included performances by other finalists and professionals, including Rachel Platten, Penn & Teller, Jeffrey Ross and Mat Franco, who won last season. In honor of his win, Zerdin will headline an exclusive engagement of “America’s Got Talent Live” in Las Vegas, Oct. 22-24 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, Howie Mandel and Nick Cannon serve as judges on the competition series, which is produced by FremantleMedia North America and Syco Entertainment.

No one was banking on me.” Auditions for next season of “AGT” will begin in Detroit on Nov. 7, followed by stops in cities including New York, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, San Jose, San Diego, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Orlando and Dallas. If anything, their performances have been solidly consistent. (During the season finale, they got to sing a 1980s rock ballad “I Want To Know What Love Is” with gospel singer Yolanda Adams.) I enjoyed “Buzzer Therapy” where Jerry Springer shepherds some of the more interesting acts (remember that weird kid who could squirt milk out of his eye?) on how to live their lives after AGT.

And if Paul Zerdin follows in the very successful footsteps of season 2 winner and fellow ventriloquist Terry Fator, he’s definitely going to need a bigger bank account for all the money he will be making.

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