Howie Mandel relived the time Meghan Markle, now the Duchess of Sussex, appeared as a briefcase model on his show, “Deal or No Deal” over a decade ago.
Three-year-old golden retriever Oscar and his human, Pam, bow-wowed the audience as they showed off his silky-smooth singing voice.
On “America’s Got Talent,” one doting mother wasn’t about to let the judges disparage her son’s original song and took to the stage to defend it.
After hearing a performance of "Natural Woman" that even Aretha Franklin would be proud of, Mel B gave 15-year-old Dominican immigrant Amanda Mena the Golden Buzzer.
A senior citizen couple caught everyone off-guard when they broke out into a sexy dance, and Mel B thought it was too much.
Thirteen-year-old Evie Clair took the stage as one of the 10 finalists on "America’s Got Talent" despite the recent loss of her father.
The judges on "America’s Got Talent" normally dole out the commentary on the show, but they thought they’d mix it up a bit and see what the Twitterverse had to say about them.
On "America’s Got Talent," 28-year-old Kechi Okwuchi from Houston, Texas, graced the stage, where she sang Katy Perry’s “By the Grace of God,” and offered a message of hope and perseverance for Hurricane Harvey victims.
On the “America’s Got Talent” live results show, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel learned a magic trick from Ringmaster Willie.
A roller-skating duo decided to push through with the performance of their stunt even though it went painfully wrong when they tried to rehearse it.
On “America's Got Talent,” judge Howie Mandel was assisting magician Vinny Grosso with a simple card trick when all of a sudden things got very naked.
Howie Mandel visited “Conan” Monday night to promote his show, “Caraoke Showdown,” but he ended up spending more time talking about the car he was in the previous night. Howie had just flown to Los Angeles the night before, and he took an Uber home from the airport. During his Uber ride, Howie had asked the driver to charge his phone for him. But when Howie got out of the car, he forgot to get his phone.
The first round of the semi-finals concluded on "America’s Got Talent," revealing the first half of the acts that will be moving onto the finals in two weeks.
There are a lot of dangerous acts on America’s Got Talent, and Tuesday night, one almost turned deadly. Daredevil Ryan Stock, along with his fiancée AmberLynn Walker, has been shocking the AGT judges and audiences all season by sticking stuff in his nose, putting a blow torch out on his tongue, and holding a chainsaw in his mouth. During their live performance, Ryan had stuck a tube down his throat with a bullseye on the end of it, and AmberLynn set up on a ladder to shoot a flaming arrow through the bullseye and into the tube.
'America’s Got Talent' fans got to see some familiar faces during the live results show Wednesday night, including Terry Fator, Mat Franco, and Paul Zerdin.
"America’s Got Talent" saved the best for last, ending Tuesday night’s show with 90-year-old dancer Dorothy Williams, who saw it as her last chance at fame.
Sal Valentinetti is a 20-year-old pizza delivery guy from Long Island, New York, who blew everyone away with his voice on America’s Got Talent. Sal told the judges he wanted to bring back the Dean Martin-style roasts and he got off to a good start because he sounded just like another Rat Pack member, Frank Sinatra. Sal started singing Sinatra’s “My Way” and the judges immediately took notice.
Grace VanderWaal pleasantly surprised everyone in the room on "America’s Got Talent" when she came out on stage with her ukulele and sang her original song.