NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Howard Stern will be joining the judges’ panel on ‘America’s Got Talent,’ and the NBC summer talent show will uproot itself from Los Angeles to accommodate the New York-based shock jock, the network said Thursday.

NBC confirmed weeks-old rumors of Stern’s selection to join fellow “Talent” judges Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne. Nick Cannon remains host.

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“This is gonna make my job really interesting,” Cannon said on his 92.3 NOW radio show. “I think it’s gonna be good. I really gotta bring my A-game now, because, Howard Stern, you never know what could happen with this guy. I think it’s  gonna make the show even better.”

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Stern, whose daily radio show airs on Sirius XM, is replacing Piers Morgan, who departed “Talent” after last season.

In 2005, he took his long-running syndicated show from terrestrial radio to Sirius XM, signed a new five-year contract with the satellite-radio company a year ago after months of stormy negotiations.

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