America's Got Talent may be getting a judging panel facelift soon.

America's Got Talent could experience a major shakeup in the near future involving its judges Simon Cowell, Melanie "Mel B" Brown, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum, the New York Post's Page Six reported.

"The word on the street is they are replacing all 'AGT' judges except Simon," a source told Page Six.

"It started with [talk about replacing] Mel B and now it's everyone. [Tyra Banks] is gone."

Page Six reported in December that Tyra, who has served as host of America's Got Talent for the last two summer seasons, was exiting the show to focus on producing movies and television.

"There hasn't been much buzz about who's replacing them... Simon's ready for new judges," another source said.

There may not be time, however, for the alleged shakeup to be set in stone ahead of the show's Summer 2019 edition.

But according to a show insider, a revamp of America's Got Talent is not expected to happen -- not this summer or at all.

"It's inaccurate. The brand is extending, and is doing phenomenally well," the insider said.

A representative for America's Got Talent declined comment on rumors regarding the judging panel.

In the meantime, the show's America's Got Talent: The Champions spinoff is currently airing on Monday nights on NBC.

America's Got Talent: The Champions debuted on January 7 and features Terry Crews -- the star of NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine -- as host.

America's Got Talent: The Champions is produced by Fremantle and Syco Entertainment, the same production companies that produce America's Got Talent, and also stars Simon, Mel B, Heidi and Howie as the judges.
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