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Simon Cowell has been judging contestants on America’s Got Talent for years, but he admitted that if he were on stage, his performance might not impress the audience.
“My talent is that I know I don’t have talent…that’s why I’m sitting where I am,” Cowell joked in an interview with Fox News Digital on the red carpet of America’s Got Talent.
Cowell went on to reveal the secret to becoming the head judge of the popular talent competition.
“I hope I say what people at home think. Not all the time. Sometimes,” the America’s Got Talent judge remarked.
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Last night, two performers came out on top and impressed all four judges – Metaphysics and comedian Mike E. Winfield.
The reality TV star, 62, claimed that Metaphysics’ AI performance and Winfield’s comedic act were two of the show’s best.
During the Metaphysics performance, the band used artificial intelligence technology to create the illusion that host Terry Crews, along with judges Howie Mandel and Cowell, were singing “Nessun Dorma” from Giacomo Puccini’s Turandot.
Cowell predicted who would win the show’s top prize of $1 million.
“I think everything is clear today. It’ll be me and Howie and Terry which was fun and I think Mike the comedian I think they were the top two by the mile and America was getting it right week after week after week,” he told Fox News digital.
The Metaphysicians were thrilled to hear that they were voted number one by the America’s Got Talent judges.
When asked by Fox News Digital what the band thought of Cowell’s reaction to their performance, they replied, “It was an honor.”
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“When we left the stage, [Simon] came up to us, shook hands with us and…[said] “Brilliant, this is brilliant,” a Metaphysics participant told us about this interaction.
Cowell went on to say that Metaphysician’s second performance was even funnier.
“I think the song choice was great. Everything about her was perfect. I liked it,” he said.
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America’s Got Talent airs Tuesdays and Wednesdays on NBC.