Howard Stern bid adieu to America's Got Talent on Wednesday after four years of judging the reality competition.

"If I had any dream about this, it's that I could take someone who was struggling and seriously give advice," Stern says in a nearly four-minute black-and-white video. "I was told over and over again that I had no talent. I was in college radio. No one was banking on me.

"You know what — I did the most shocking thing in my career: I was on a family show," Stern later tells a man on the street.

"One of the nicest things that has happened is I'll go to a restaurant and parents will bring over their 10-year-olds to sit on my lap to take a picture," he continues. "I'm like 'Oh, my God!' It's kind of funny to me because this never happened to me in my career."

Watch the entire video below. Will you miss Stern?