Slow start for Howard Stern


By Radar Staff The phrase "Howard Stern's soft side" would have been an oxymoron at one time, but sure enough, the sometimes acid-tongued shock jock came off as gentle and sensitive during Monday's edition of NBC's America's Got Talent,

Howard Stern made a little boy cry last night on America's Got Talent. But then he tried to comfort the kid at least.

AP NEW YORK — Howard Stern isn't the King of Prime-Time TV. At least not yet. Stern's debut last week as a panelist on NBC's "America's Got Talent" drew 10.5 million viewers on Monday and 10.6 million viewers on Tuesday, the Nielsen company said.

Howard Stern makes a 7-year-old contestant cry on "America's Got Talent."

Somewhere along the way to the collapse of Western civilization, pioneer shock-jock Howard Stern became a sweet old man, perhaps staving off our multimedia Armageddon. At least that's the story line presented along with Stern's canny decision to join

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