'America's Got Talent's' Mel B: 'It's unfortunate for them that their parents don't tell them' they don't have talent

As bizarre auditions slogged on, "America's Got Talent" started to sound like a misnomer rather than the NBC summer hit that returns for its eighth season Tuesday, June 4.The judges -- original Howie Mandel, crowd favorite Howard Stern, and newcomers Mel B and Heidi Klum -- are far kinder to the rejected contestants than the audience is.After auditions in New Orleans and San Antonio, and before Los Angeles and Chicago, hopefuls queue up at Manhattan's Hammerstein Ballroom, which looks spiffier on camera.In person, the show has even more of a Coliseum feel to it. Stern strides through the adoring, amped-up crowd and receives more cheers than any of the performers.During a break, the judges chat with Zap2it, reflecting on what they've seen so far.The hardest part "is when you have a kid onstage," Klum says of a boy who auditioned earlier. "He couldn't sing.""It is unfortunate for them that their parents don't tell them," Mel...



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