‘America’s Got Talent’ Preps For ‘Dangerous’ Season 6

by | April 18, 2011 at 9:13 AM | America's Got Talent, RealityTV

Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel on America's Got Talent (NBC)

Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel on America's Got Talent (NBC)

If judge Howie Mandel was serious about a burlesque act who does something funky with a feathered friend on the next installment of “America’s Got Talent,” then it’s safe to say that season six of the talent show might be the most interesting yet.

“There are things we’ve never seen before,” said Mandel at an NBC junket on Friday.

Like what? “A bulldog dressed as a cowboy riding a rocking horse,” revealed executive producer Ken Warwick. And, the aforementioned burlesque star. Mandel said she, uh, “pulls doves out of her privates. There are more water cooler moments in this show [than ever].”

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We also might see more hits and misses than ever before. “This is the most dangerous year. We have had some thrills and spills that I’ve never seen before – almost near death experiences. I don’t know if NBC is going to air them, but I’m telling you it’s become the most dangerous show on television, the most exciting show on television,” added Mandel.

The two-hour premiere of season six of “America’s Got Talent” airs May 31 on NBC.

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