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According to Deadline.com, after recent rumors that Rosie O'Donnell might replace Sharon Osbourne as a judge on NBC's "America's Got Talent", a spokesperson for the network has denied her claim that she is "in talks" with Howard Stern.
"NBC is not in talks with Rosie O'Donnell for America's Got Talent and has no future plans for her to be a judge," the spokesperson said.
Read the original report here.
Rosie O' Donnell began her comedy career while still a teenager on the television show "Star Search." In 1994 Rosie made her Broadway debut as Rizzo in Grease. This started a long line of charity work within the Broadway community and it helped her start her Broadway Kids organization. She went on to host several talk shows including her own in 1996.
O'Donnell will be guest starring in an upcoming episode of the NBC hit series Smash when season 2 returns in February.
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