It took two women to replace Sharon Osbourne on the "America's Got Talent" judging panel. In February, Melanie Brown filled Sharon's empty seat. At the last minute "America's Got Talent" producers made the decision to add a fourth judge. On March 3, 2013, Heidi Klum signed a contract to be a judge on "AGT."
Heidi Klum flew to New Orleans today to join Howard Stern, Howie Mandel and Melanie Brown. "America's Got Talent" is taping their first day of auditions on Monday. This is the first time "AGT" has had a judging panel of four. Klum is still a host and judge for "Project Runway" on Lifetime. In addition to her two popular reality shows, Heidi is a single mother of four children.
Sharon Osbourne left "AGT" back in August 2012. Sharon claimed NBC had fired her son Jack from the reality show, Stars Earn Stripes, after he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Prior to that public fight with the network Sharon would have never left the show.
The eighth season of the popular summer reality show, "AGT," starts in May 2013. Do you think a fourth judge is necessary?