Big Changes for America's Got Talent!

Heidi Klum is saying "Auf Wiedersehen" to America's Got Talent! After six seasons, the supermodel took to social media to announce her departure from the hit NBC talent search show.

The announcement came just before Monday's finale of AGT: The Champions.



Klum and Mel B. will be replaced by Julianne Hough and Gabrielle Union next season. Additionally, Terry Crews will take over for former host Tyra Banks after a successful season hosting AGT: The Champions.

Why is the girl power judging duo leaving the show? As far as we can tell, the folks at AGT just decided it was time to switch things up.

What's Next for Heidi Klum and Mel B.?

Fortunately, Mel and Heidi both have plenty of projects on the horizon! Heidi has a new reality show with Tim Gunn launching on Amazon Prime Video, and, if that wasn't enough on her plate, she's still the lead judge and executive producer of Germany's Next Topmodel!

If you're missing your weekly dose of Scary Spice, don't fret: you can see her in person during her Spice Girls reunion tour all around the U.K.! The tour kicks off in May and finishes off in mid-June.

Although Mel and Heidi will certainly be missed, we can't wait to see what Julianne and Gabrielle bring to the judge's table!

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