Things got a little heated on tonight's America's Got Talent.
As we begin the quarterfinals, choosing which talents continue with the competition is kind of a big deal. So, when a certain act that has caused a rift from the start performed tonight, Howard Stern decided to really give a piece of his mind to Howie Mandel.
Can you guess which "talent" we're talking about?
Yep, Big Barry, the infamous "70-year-old teenager" that has had Mandel on his side since day one.
After performing an unfortunate rendition of "Feelin' Good" in a white, bedazzled tuxedo alongside models that only reminded us just how short the 4'10" singer is, Stern went off after hearing Mandel speak so highly of Barry.
"The Howie filibuster is getting annoying to me, actually," Stern said. "I gotta tell you—you know, Big Barry, this isn't about you. This is about Howie and how we preach the show and this is about the apology you owe to Flo Jo's daughter, to Andrew De Leon, to all the people that could have gotten through instead of Big Barry. You ruined their chance...Howie owes all those performers that could have had a shot on this stage. Barry, no offense to you, but you're not fun, you're not funny and you're not talented. It was a big waste of time."
Big Barry is still in the competition because, as we all know by now, it is America's choice as to who moves on and who goes home.
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