NBC has announced the America's Got Talent judging panel will be returning.

Howie Mandel, Melanie "Mel B" Brown and Heidi Klum will be serving as judges for the tenth season of America's Got Talent, which marks the summer series' tenth anniversary.

The three celebrities will be joining previously-announced returning judge Howard Stern.

"This opinionated and talented quartet of judges provides fearless and thoughtful analysis and an infectious energy that keeps the audience wondering what will happen next. We can't wait for them to come back for another great season," NBC reality chief Paul Telegdy said in a statement.

"I'm delighted that Howard, Howie, Heidi and Mel B are back to celebrate a decade of talent on AGT," added executive producer Trish Kinane. "They are dedicated to finding the best and most eccentric performers to put before viewers in a true celebration of the American Spirit."

This will be Klum and Brown's third time judging the reality talent competition, Mandel will be back for his sixth edition, and Stern is going on his fourth season.

Nick Cannon will be reprising his role as host.

For the third year in a row, the live performance and results shows will take place in New York City's iconic Radio City Music Hall.

Open-call auditions for AGT's tenth season are currently underway and will conclude at the Los Angeles Convention Center on February 15.