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Mel B Booed During America’s Got Talent Auditions

Entertainer Mel B was booed during her first turn as a judge on the hit show America’s Got Talent.

The singer was on hand for the show’s first round of auditions in New Orleans when the audience vocalized its emphatic disapproval of her opinion regarding the performance of a local brass band.

According to an article by TMZ, the first act to take the stage was a popular New Orleans brass band by the name of Lagniappe. Following their performance, Mel B reportedly expressed to the group that she does not care for brass music.

The New Orleans crowd roared its disagreement as Mel B was booed and screamed at for her musical assessment of the hometown band. The audience reportedly screamed “no respect” at the Spice Girls group member, shouting at her to “go home.”

Mel B, was recently added to the judging panel on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, which includes Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Howard Stern. She was brought on board to replace Sharon Osbourne, who recently departed the successful show.

As previously reported in The Inquisitr, the singer, born Melanie Janine Brown, has previous experience judging talent for television. She was part of the panel for the Australian version of X Factor and made guest appearances on the UK version of the show. She also popped up as a guest judge on Britain’s Next Top Model.

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