Radio bad boy Howard Stern expressed his anger and disgust at the most hated man in America -- alleged child molester Jerry Sandusky. At the "Breaking Dawn" premiere, Stern told "Extra," "They should cut his b**** off, I mean, what are you going to do with a guy like that? This is the real stuff that sickens me and should sicken all Americans."
A new, disturbing report revealed prosecutors knew about the accusations against the former Penn State coach years ago, but didn't have enough evidence to prosecute. Police said they had no record of Assistant Coach Mike McQueary's report, which claimed he alerted the authorities after he witnessed the alleged campus shower abuse.
Transgender advocate Chaz Bono chatted with Howard Stern on Tuesday on the shock jock's SiriusXM radio program, where he said he wants to do a "View"-like talk show with his "Dancing with the Stars" compadres.
"I want to do a show with David Arquette, J.R. Martinez and Carson Kressley... do a male version of 'The View' with the four of us."
Stern thought it was a great idea and offered Bono a chance to test the TV talk show idea on the radio. "I want you to do a test show here on Howard 100."
Radio personality Howard Stern recently addressed his possible gig as Piers Morgan's replacement on "America's Got Talent," saying, "I take show business very seriously, if I was a judge on there, there'd be no nonsense whatsoever. I would be there for the talent. I would be there to actually find somebody good! If I had been on there last year, the guy who won, whose name I can't even remember, he would never have won!"
Stern added that he believes he's a good candidate for the competition series. "When it comes to talent and running a business, I've been doing it for thirty-five years now, I'm probably the most successful radio guy, you know, I mean, entertainment... I'm a phenomenon. I mean, what am I gonna say? I'm a phenom."
"Extra" caught up with Simon Cowell backstage after "The X Factor" elimination show to talk about Piers Morgan leaving "America's Got Talent" (which Cowell also produces) -- and about the buzz that "AGT" is in talks with Howard Stern to replace Morgan.
Cowell said he loves Stern, but admitted, "That would be a difficult guy to produce."
Morning radio show host Howard Stern may be taking Piers Morgan's place at the judge's table alongside Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel on "America's Got Talent."
"Extra" confirmed NBC and Stern are talking about having Stern sit at the judging table alongside Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne.
Talk show host Rosie O'Donnell chatted with shock jock Howard Stern Tuesday on his radio show, dishing about her new girlfriend Michelle Rounds -- and how they are already talking marriage.
"I think it could be in the cards. It's legal in New York," said O'Donnell. "I think we've discussed it." When Howard commented it was moving fast, Rosie quipped, "C'mon, I'm 49 and I'm gay."
The funny lady also admitted she and Rounds are definitely in the honeymoon phase. "Well, honey, it's pretty new, and I'd say we have a very affectionate relationship," adding sometimes her kids say, "Ugh, mom, get a room!"
O'Donnell's new talker, "The Rosie Show," debuted Monday on OWN.
Singer Tony Bennett, 85, made headlines after criticizing America's foreign policy, for which he has since apologized.
Bennett appeared on Howard Stern's Radio show Monday, saying, "We caused the 9/11 attacks," adding that former President George W. Bush had admitted to him that the war in Iraq was a big mistake.
Howard Stern's radio show funnyman Benjy Bronk took over a town hall meeting at the Port Authority in New York - and gave the word-for-word Kevin Bacon speech from the 1984 "Footloose."
Watch how no one in the meeting picks up on it!