HOWARD STERN Wants To Quit Judging On “America’s Got Talent” After Making 7-Year-Old Kid Cry? (VIDEO)
According to entertainment news, it seems HOWARD STERN wants to quit judging on “America’s Got Talent” after making a 7-year-old kid cry.
After being on radio, Howard is determined to become the meanest and most honest judge that TV has ever seen, starting from his new gig as a replacement judge on “America’s Got Talent.”
However, he may be rethinking this entirely after making a 7-year-old Amir Palmer cry when he and his co-judge Sharon Osbourne buzzed an “X” during the kid’s audition in New York last Monday—Howard‘s second day as a judge on the show.
He tells Amir after his performance:
“You’re a very nice young man. No one likes hitting the buzzer on a 7-year-old. You’re very brave to get up there at 7-years-old.”
Amir then bursts into tears and Howard rushes on stage to tell the kid and the audience:
“I’ll fix everything. I’m sorry honey, I’m so sorry. This job is too rough for me. I don’t really wanna do it anymore.”
“Mir Money, you’re a terrific young man, you know that? You are so brave. I’m going to be honest with you. I don’t want to make you cry. You know what Mir Money, it’s funny. I’ve met many great rappers. I’m on the radio, I’ve interviewed them. None of them are quite as good as you.”
After Amir leaves the stage, he tells the crew and audience:
“I’m not cut out for this, man. I’m not cut out for it. I’m shaking man, I’m shaking. I can’t do it, man. Robin, radio is for me. I made a mistake. This is not for me.”
He later changes his vote to a yes and explains why he buzzed the young kid at first:
“I hit the buzzer on him because I have to be fair to everyone. Whoever gets up on that stage runs that risk.”
We’re guessing the “too nice” judges that he previously slammed have finally earned a bit of the mean jock’s respect after that…
Do you think Howard will actually leave the show or will he continue on as the show’s judge?
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