A man has built himself a bubble bath out of balloons. He is asking two teenage girls—who have volunteered for this, but still—to stand in the bathtub and sing a song, which they do, until it’s clear that everyone is miserable.
After being sued earlier this week for “infliction of emotional distress and civil assault and battery,” FreemantleMedia has agreed not to air a segment of America’s Got Talent featuring an anonymous couple and their daughter who claim they were “humiliated” by show producers and host Tyra Banks.
A new suit filed against in Los Angeles Tuesday by a contestant on the forthcoming season of America’s Got Talent alleging that new judge Tyra Banks “humiliated” her daughter on set and “physically manipulated and abused” her, too.
Nick Cannon’s spot hosting America’s Got Talent has just been filled by one of the all time reality TV competition greats.
In a Facebook post on Monday, Nick Cannon announced he would be leaving America’s Got Talent after a joke he made about NBC caused the network to consider firing him.
Hello, America’s Got Talent contestant John Hetlinger: I have just seen your excellent headbanging rendition of Drowning Pool’s “Bodies” via YouTube video, and I have one question for you: will you be my grandpa, pretty please?
Yes, I know using the words “slay” and “opera” in the same headline might sound far-fetched to some, but damn, this is like what would happen if Maria Callas and Tarja Turunen had some sort of hybrid reincarnation, and came back to live as this girl. (Also: yes, I like opera.)
Howie Mandel made a silly joke about bulimia live on air during America’s Got Talent and later apologized while the show was still taping.
No one loves playing the piano as much as Adrian Romoff, the 9-year-old prodigy who is making us all look bad for not taking our instruments seriously when we were younger. I'm just waiting for my mom to call me and scream "SEE?" over the telephone as she plays this clip from Americas Got Talent at ear-shattering…
Like most Americans, 23-year-old Jennifer Grout can't speak Arabic. Unlike most Americans, 23-year-old Jennifer Grout has not let that inconvenient tidbit stop her from singing traditional Middle Eastern music so expertly performed that she might be on her way to winning Arabs Got Talent.
Miley Cyrus, now a child of divorce like the rest of us, posted a confrontational tweet at Billy Ray with a picture of herself with a woman later identified as Broadway actress Dylis Croman, who was in Chicago in the 2012 production that starred her dad.
In a move that obviously has nothing to do with brother Michael's $2 billion estate, no, nothing whatsoever, LaToya Jackson has swooped in on miniature heirs Prince, Paris and Blanket Jackson and taken them under her wing. By which I mean she signed them to her talent agency, Ja-Tail Enterprises—which has no other…
So Lindsay Lohan asks to borrow a designer dress for the amFAR gala from stylist Phillip Bloch, whose number she got from Charlie Sheen. Is any part of what I just said a valid reason to hand over a $1,750 dress of intricate beadwork and gossamer fairy tits and silkworms that only eat free-range food and drink fair…
The Voice premiered last night, the America's Got Talent finals are on Wednesday, The X Factor starts Wednesday and Fox is gearing up for a revamped American Idol , starring Mariah Carey. But it's time we faced the terrible truth: We have too many goddamn talent shows.
In this week's TV roundup, dead people walk on Game of Thrones, Chris O'Dowd wants a threesome, Jimmy Fallon does "Call Me Maybe" and we bravely face the return of The Glee Project.
Are you watching America's Got Talent? That question was rhetorical — we know you are watching America's Got Talent because you love Howie Mandel so much. Like, you never shut up about it. Seriously, please shut up about loving Howie Mandel. We get it. Everyone gets it.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, Piper Palin is sick of all the bullshit, Sandra Bernhard recounts the first time she met Courtney Love, and apparently, horses can get herpes.
On last night's episode of America's Got Talent, several YouTube sensations were invited to perform live. One was 10-year-old Jackie Evancho, AKA "Little Susan Boyle," and she blew the judges away with a perfect performance of "O Mio Babbino Caro."