Pop Goes The News —  Howie Mandel, the Canadian judge on America’s Got Talent, has opened up about an orgy he attended more than 30 years ago.

“Everybody is in the weirdest, oddest position of fucking and sucking,” Mandel recalled in Montreal last week, “and doing things in positions that I have never seen before.”

Pop Goes The NewsAmerica’s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel revealed Friday why he believes the Canadian version of the show was a failure.

Canada’s Got Talent aired for only one season on City stations across the country in the spring of 2012. Though 1.5 million viewers tuned in to the premiere, the finale attracted only 460,000.

Pop Goes The News — A Canadian act has been eliminated from America’s Got Talent.

On the episode that aired Tuesday night, acrobats Philippe Bélanger and Marie-Lee Guilbert dazzled the judges but failed to earn a spot on one of the live shows.

Pop Goes The News — Canadian comedian DJ Demers got enough laughs from the judges of America’s Got Talent on Tuesday night’s episode to advance to the next stage of competition.

The 30-year-old Toronto comic earned a “yes” from Simon Cowell, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel after cracking jokes about his hearing loss and sexuality.

Pop Goes The News — Howie Mandel, the Canadian judge on America’s Got Talent, said Tuesday he wasn’t thinking when he praised a contestant for making bulimia “entertaining.”

The 59-year-old Toronto native made the comment after a performance by professional “regurgitator” Stevie Starr.