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David Hasselhoff, Brandy, and Piers Morgan will judge NBC’s America’s Got Talent

As part of Simon Cowell’s barrage of talent-based competitions, NBC will air America’s Got Talent this summer. The show is a “search for the hottest variety and novelty acts from across the country,” according to NBC, and not surprisingly, the viewer-selected winner gets $1 million.

As we saw with the fetid waste of an opportunity that was ABC’s American Inventor, not all talent competitions, even those executive produced by Simon Cowell, are American Idol. But this one has something special that could change everything: David Hasselhoff. He’s one of the show’s three judges, along with Brandy and former UK Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan.

With Regis Philbin as host and Hasselhoff as a judge, at the very least the show will be good for a few C-list laughs. As Cowell dryly reminds us in a statement, “We have three different judges from three different backgrounds. Expect the unexpected.” Like the other shows he’s produced, Cowell will not appear on the show to touch the other judges’ vaginas or taunt the host about his sexual orientation.

Brandy, David Hasselhoff and Piers Morgan Named as Judges of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent”… [NBC press release]

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