Former Spice Girl Mel B knows what America wants (what we really, really want) when it comes to talent on NBC’s hit summer competition show America’s Got Talent. And although she was a part of the biggest female music group of the ’90s (if not ever), the British beauty is a little clueless when it comes to one iconic film from the same time. Mel B stopped by EW to take our Pop Culture Personality Test and also revealed the one music star she loved so much growing up that she convinced herself she was her when looking in the mirror. READ FULL STORY
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The Simon Cowell-produced Britain’s Got Talent launched in 2007; in the seven years since, the show has birthed spin-offs in more than 50 countries. As illustrated by this EW compilation, which features acts from such far-flung places as Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, China, and Australia, the shows all employ a very liberal interpretation of the phrase “Has Got Talent”.
After eight seasons, it’s no longer a question whether America’s Got Talent. (American Idol, and The Voice, and The X-Factor also kind of answered that already.) But what makes NBC’s summer staple so special is that singing’s only one among many talents that can be displayed. Though host Nick Cannon arguably gave the night’s best performance by pretending to be a contestant named Larry the Mime who went off on the judges and audience (“Boo yourself!”), there were many great acts actually eligible for the million dollar prize. And sure, a few of them were singers — but you can find people just like them on any other reality competition. Here are 5 of the best premiere auditions from acts that didn’t just hit the right notes: READ FULL STORY
SPOILER AHEAD: If you haven’t seen Sept. 18’s America’s Got Talent finale and don’t want to know who wins, stop reading now!
After six finalists battled it out in Monday’s performance finale, it was time to reveal the season 8 winner of America’s Got Talent. Out of magician Collins Key, country singer Jimmy Rose, opera trio Forte, comedian Taylor Williamson, dancer Kinechi Ebina, and singer Cami Bradley, America chose….
Mel B’s laugh is infectious. Whenever I felt my interest in this show waning, all she had to do was let out a loud, deep, howl and I was back in. Heidi Klum continues to prove that she’s adorable and lovable. Both new judges have great chemistry with the guys. Everyone seems like friends and everyone’s having fun.
Now, I have to mention Howie. READ FULL STORY
Upon reading the news that Britain’s Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey will appear on the July 18 results episode of America’s Got Talent, I needed to see what all the fuss was about. Was the dog really the “next Susan Boyle,” as The New York Post claimed?
Take a look at Ashleigh and Pudsey’s audition video below.
Sometimes you watch something so bizarre and unbelievable that even though you never could have predicted it, you can no longer imagine life without it. Occasionally — I mean, don’t ever count on this happening again, but sure, it’s possible — this magical moment occurs during America’s Got Talent.
Have you ever wondered how a blend of Ben Kingsley, Howie Mandel, and the TV version of John Locke would look just on the brink of a skull explosion? Behold the Bandbaz Brothers’ balancing act… READ FULL STORY
“At least if your implants had exploded, we would have had excitement.”
– Howard Stern on America’s Got Talent
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Monday, May 28, and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
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