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Howard Stern Says Good-bye to 'America’s Got Talent' After Four 'Phenomenal' Seasons

Howard Stern Says Good-bye to 'America’s Got Talent' After Four 'Phenomenal' Seasons
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Last night, "America’s Got Talent" crowned a new winner and said farewell to Howard Stern.

During the season finale, Stern shared in a segment, "I thought it would be really cool to be a judge, because I think I have something to offer. If I had any dream about this, it's that I could take someone who was struggling and seriously give advice. I was told over and over again that I had no talent. I was in college radio. No one was banking on me."

Howard also showed some love for the Big Apple, saying, "New York is just kinda who I am. I felt really fortunate that I could be the guy responsible for bringing the show to New York."

"I’ve had such incredible moments on this show. I really have… It has been phenomenal," the radio personality added.

In June, Stern announced he would be leaving the show after four seasons as a judge.

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