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12. Coming and Going Award: Rizzoli & Isles is back, and so is Casey! Jane is stunned when she finds her no-longer-paralyzed ex waiting at her doorstep. His spinal surgery was a success, but a romantic reunion is not in the cards just yet. After spending the night together, he tells her that he's returning to Afghanistan to train in virtual therapy for combat soldiers. "When I get back, I think it's time you and I give it a shot," he says.
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Howard argues with Howie. Heidi rolls her eyes. And Mel B? She just sits back in her chair with her arms folded, looking...Scary. Judging from our roundtable discussion in Los Angeles with the four panelists of America's Got Talent — returnees Howard Stern and Howie Mandel and newbies Heidi Klum and former Spice Girl Mel B — nobody's going to be singing "Kumbaya" this season. "Having the two ladies in the middle and the two Hs at the ends, it's working out great," says AGT host Nick Cannon later, at a separate photo shoot. "They've got great chemistry. They get along really well. And when they don't get along, it's even better, because it's so entertaining."
This season of America's Got Talent boasts two new judges and a new venue, but it was still all about returning judge and "King of All Media" Howard Stern at NBC's Summer Press Day on Monday.
"Didn't you guys get the memo? I'm the star of the show," Stern joked with reporters.
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New America's Got Talent judge Melanie Brown has been banned from the reality competition's Australian edition, the Australian Associated Press reports.
The ban was issued against Brown, better known by her Spice Girls alter ego "Scary Spice," after Seven, the Australian TV network that airs The X Factor down under, filed suit to prevent Brown from...