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zero American judges.
“America’s Got Talent” is a show about how people in America have talent. Judges watch their act and decide if it’s good or not. The judges they have right now are Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Melanie Brown, and Howie Mandel. Howard Stern is the only American in the group. Heidi Klum is from Germany, Melanie Brown is from England, and Howie Mandel is Canadian. How does this happen? Is this a joke? -- Lisa from Montpelier, Vermont
You’re reading too much into this. The fact is, “America’s Got Talent” is just a talent show spin-off that happens to take place in America. The original show started in England so that explains why one of the judges is British. The show is on NBC and Howie Mandel has had a lot of shows on that network so that explains why he’s a judge. Heidi Klum is the only one that doesn’t make sense, but she’s a supermodel so who would be a better judge of talent than her? Of course I’m being facetious. When you add her being a judge to the fact that a lot of the contestants on the show aren’t American, it’s obvious the title of the show is just a title and shouldn’t be taken literally.
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