Howard Stern is punishing his fans by refusing to talk about his experiences on "America's Got Talent," and one fan is taking the issue all the way to the White House. A new petition calling for the Obama administration to intervene and force Stern to talk about "AGT" has been posted on the official White House petition website.
Stern has been taunting his listeners by withholding all the dirty details about his latest TV experiences. He told listeners that because fans including Natalie Maines and Judd Apatow complained about too much "AGT" talk last year, he was now punishing all listeners by refusing to talk about it at all this year.
Even begging from Stern Show super fan and Wack Packer Mariann from Brooklyn wasn't enough to sway Stern. Wednesday, Stern hopped a plane to judge auditions in San Antonio, TX, and some fans are worried the "AGT" media blackout could go on all season long.
This petition, though, was deep friend in sarcasm, stating that Stern's fans are "starving for information about the latest dog act". Sign the petition here
Check out the petition statement below:
Howard Stern -- the King of All Media, America's Judge, the saviour of NBC and the future host of "The Tonight Show with Howard Stern" -- has refused to talk about this season of "America's Got Talent."
This has greatly upset Stern's fans, who are starving for information about the latest dog acts, as well as Howard's interaction with Mel B (AKA Scary Spice) and Heidi Klum.
We demand that the Obama administration force Howard Stern to talk about AGT, or else ....
The Obama White House started the petition website "We The People" in October 2011. A petition must receive 100,000 signatures or more to actually be addressed by the Obama administration.