Mel B stabs Simon Cowell in 'America's Got Talent' act

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Mel B stabbed Simon Cowell with a rubber knife during an act on Tuesday's episode of America's Got Talent.

The pair seemed on amicable terms on a following edition of America's Got Talent, but maybe it was because Mel got her own back by stabbing him on-stage during a performer routine.

And speaking further of the live on-air moment, Simon told Terri: 'I was the one who got soaked, so I should be mad at her. Just one of those things.

Mel B filed for divorce from Stephen Belafonte in March after splitting from the film producer in December after almost 10 years of marriage. "Okay, I've got it". How do you know what my wedding night was like all those years ago?'

"My journey tonight was all over the place".

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Over the weekend, the former Spice Girls singer made an appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards, where she sent a very public message to her ex on the red carpet, in a dress which bore the message, "you will never own me".

"I kind of imagine this would be like Mel B's wedding night", Cowell said after a contestant had a technical malfunction.

So when Simon compared a contestant's lackluster performance to Mel's wedding night with Stephen by stating the staging was filled with "lot of anticipation", but "not much promise or delivery", he admits in hindsight his joke did not have "the best timing in the world".

Fellow judge Heidi Klum previously admitted she thought Simon "deserved" his soaking. So he deserves getting wet from her. Am I going backwards, am I going forward?



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