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St. Louis Has Talent


As the seventh season of America's Got Talent goes into production, Piers Morgan, the last judge standing of the series' original panel, is out -- and Howard Stern is in. Stern joins fellow long-suffering obsessive compulsive disorder celeb Howie Mandel and Ozzy's better half, Sharon Osbourne, in evaluating a bevy of aspiring stars, all vying for more than just fifteen minutes of fame. Stern arrives amid plenty of controversy, but there’s no doubt his appreciation of the bizarre will make for an interesting season as he shock-jockeys contestants on to the $1 million finish line. Host Nick Cannon is back as well, and he’ll keep the proceedings rolling as America's Got Talent tapes live at the Fox Theatre (527 North Grand Boulevard; 314-534-1678) at noon and 5 p.m. this Thursday, Friday and Saturday (March 8 through 10). Tickets are free to audience members fourteen and up, but demand is expected to be very high. To reserve your seats, visit
March 8-10, 2012

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