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If there is one thing you should know about a ventriloquist, it's that they are "really not mad or crazy" – and absolutely do not have conversations with their puppets during the car ride home.
Tell the world: Jackie Evancho's got a new single and music video.
May the odds be ever in her favor.
Simon Cowell is coming back to this side of the pond.
After a two-year hiatus from American television, Cowell has signed on as a judge on next season of America's Got Talent.
During an appearance on the Today show on Thursday, Cowell said "it was the network's decision," though he admitted to doing some prodding of his own.
Spoiler alert for anyone who didn't see the season finale of America's Got Talent: Stop reading now.
With a little bit of paw grease, any kind of animal can learn a new trick. And America's Got Talent has seen some of the best.
If given the opportunity, who wouldn't want to cuddle with Neil Patrick Harris?
In an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's America's Got Talent, one lucky contestant – a self-proclaimed "Professional Cuddler" – gets that very chance when she enlists hesitant guest judge Harris, 42, as a volunteer for her demonstration.
"Don't worry, Neil," joked judge Howie Mandel. "She's certified."
If you wanna be Mel B.'s child, you gotta … have mixed feelings about your mom!
When asked how her kids feel about her gig as a judge on America's Got Talent, the former Spice Girl, 40, quipped that it's "probably what they think of me in general – sometimes I'm really cool, and sometimes I'm really not to them!”
Having a mom that hosts the megahit talent show does have its perks for Phoenix, 16, Angel, 8, and Madison, 3, especially with supermodel Heidi Klum as her co-host.
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