It's such a bummer these two can't get along!
The confidante went on to explain:
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This season of America's Got Talent has already showed us there's still a lot of untapped star potential out there but Tuesday night's episode might have had Simon Cowell's favorite performer yet!
While we've already been treated to the next Taylor Swift, and been privileged to see a 13-year-old SLAM Donald Trump during her standup act, there's nothing like an inspiration performance which is exactly what we got from Calysa Bevier!
Bevier, a 16-year-old survivor of stage 3 ovarian cancer took the stage to briefly tell her story and then perform Rachel Platten's Fight Song to which Simon finally used his once-per-season golden buzzer saying:
Every year, America's Got Talent surprises us with an act we never saw coming — and this year, it's comedian Lori Mae Hernandez!
Lori is a 13-year-old standup comic who appeared on the hit talent show on Tuesday night and explained to judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel that she got into comedy because her father was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy and she wanted to make him laugh. Awww!
The teenager's set was great, but she REALLY won us over when she set up her big joke by saying her only qualification for being a babysitter was she was a baby once. The witty teen then took a shot at Donald Trump saying her babysitting gig is the equivalent of asking:
"'Weren't you the host of a reality show? Do you want to be President of the United States?'"
Ch-ch-check out Lori's HIGHlarious act (below)!
Sure Dancing With The Stars is great, but they've got nothing on this ADORABLE mother son combo!
On Tuesday night's episode of America's Got Talent, Alla Novikova and her little cutie of a son Daniel Novikov — who once competed on America's Ballroom Challenge show off their stuff in front of Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, Howie Mandel, and of course Nick Cannon!
If the mother-son combo isn't precious enough to get your attention, the little guy and his mom cut loose to Maroon 5's Moves Like Jagger!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing clip (below) and let us know if you'll be rooting for Alla and Daniel this season!
He'll eat your liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti — AND insult your singing voice!
We first heard about Howard's exit way back in June of last year, but it looks like NBC wants us to get excited for Simon's return to TV because the competition series' first teaser is too much to handle!
We all love to hate Simon as an on-screen villain, but Heidi Klum, Mel B, Nick Cannon, and Howie Mandel, aren't taking any chances with their evil costar — going as far as locking him up Silence of the Lamb style!
Will U be tuning in for Simon on AGT??
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of America's Got Talent ahead of its premiere on May 31 at 8 p.m. EST on NBC (below)!!!
Howie's got some cleaning up to do!
In a world where we capture almost everything someone says on some sort of recording device, and can share it with anyone in a click of a button, we find people must be a lot more careful in what they say.
Howie Mandel is still learning that as he said something on last night's America's Got Talent that upset quite a few people.
As the fan favorite performer Stevie Starr was on stage performing his talent of swallowing random objects whole and bringing them back up in one piece, Howie tried to make a quippy remark by saying:
"You, sir, make bulimia entertaining."
As you can imagine there was an immediate rustling and reaction from the audience after he made the comment.
But Mandel recognized his mistake and made sure to do his best to make up for his boneheaded words by apologizing on air a few acts later. The AGT judge said:
You were always our favorite!
America's Got Talent just lost one of the best judges it's had — Howard Stern!
According to Stern, he was asked by NBC executives to a decision about whether or not he was coming back for season 11 of AGT by July 4 to give appropriate time to find a replacement and set up auditions.
Along with the announcement, Stern also teased that he might
We wish this really happened!
The film also features a great supporting cast in Karen Gillan, Will Forte, Lena Dunham, Michael Sheen, Howie Mandel, Fred Armisen, and June Squibb — with cameos from real tennis legends Serena Williams and John McEnroe!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above) for what's sure to be a HIGH-larious fake glimpse into the world's longest tennis game!