July 12, 2012 06:51 AM by Lisa Princ
When Howard Stern signed on as a judge on America’s Got Talent, everyone was quick to assume that he was going to be a horrible judge. Fast forward to several weeks into the season, and Howard is proving that he just might be the judge America needed. Howard Stern proved this week that he is definitely the voice of the people when it comes to the judging table as he and Howie Mandel even got into over one contestant. What happened? Read on for the full story!
This week on America’s Got Talent on NBC, Howard Stern and Howie Mandel had a battle over one contestant, which leads us to believe that Howard Stern may actually be the voice of the people, despite the shocked reaction most had when he signed on to the show. In typical Howie Mandel style, he was particularly easy on one contestant, Big Barry, who tried his hardest to prove to us that he could sing, but really did not sound good. “Barry, I’m going to be totally honest with you. You’re not a good singer. But you’re an amazing character, and you’ve got this God-given stature and sound. I think you’re an incredible novelty act that people would come and see and pay for,” Mandel told the hopeful after a lackluster performance.
Howard Stern, however, agreed with America – I mean, come on, we aren’t going to pay for a lackluster performance. After both Stern and Sharon Osbourne buzzed Big Barry out, Howard Stern jumped on Mandel as he said: “You know, the Howie filibuster is getting annoying to me actually,” adding: “I gotta tell you, Big Barry, this isn’t about you. This is about Howie and how he treats the show.” Howard Stern didn’t let it go, either. He then asked Howie Mandel to apologize: “to all the people that could have gotten through instead of Big Barry.” Not sure about you, but we definitely agree with Howard Stern’s sentiments – sometimes Howie Mandel sends the stupidest acts through. Howard Stern is definitely proving to be just what the show needed!
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