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Mel B Replaces Sharon Osbourne on 'America's Got Talent'!

Mel B Replaces Sharon Osbourne on 'America's Got Talent'!

Melanie Brown has reportedly been chosen to replace Sharon Osbourne on the judging panel of America’s Got Talent for this summer’s upcoming season!

The 37-year-old Spice Girls singer will join returning judges Howie Mandel and Howard Stern for the hit reality competition series, according to Entertainment Weekly.

This won’t be Mel‘s first time serving as a judge on a competition show – she has previously worked on The X Factor UK! NBC has not yet commented on the news.

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  • Toni

    Oh cool, havent seen her done anything in a while! She’s pretty bubbly I think :D

  • Rose

    Ugh, she needs to be on XFactor!!! I’ve seen her on the Australian one… why not the US?? I can’t see this team working out.

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  • WhatATool

    Mel would be Great, Get Rid of Howard and Howie two OLD men are Boring!!
    Love Nik C.hope he comes back

  • Eric

    America’s Got Talent is irrelevant.

  • melissa

    I was having SUCH a bad day and this honestly made my day! I am not a huge fan of this show whatsoever but I am an obsessive spice girls fan. I can’t wait!

  • Shay

    Great choice!

  • inmomar

    brilliant choice

  • Cecil A. Swearingen

    what Steve said I didnt know that a person can get paid $7764 in four weeks on the internet. did you read this website… http://www.snag4.cℴm

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