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Heidi Klum Says Goodbye to Her America’s Got Talent Family in a Sentimental Post

For the second time in only a few months, Heidi Klum is saying goodbye to another reality television show that’s she’s been a part of for years. On Monday, Klum shared a goodbye tweet for America’s Got Talent, including the celebrity judges she’s worked alongside since she started back in 2013. We can’t imagine AGT without Klum, but her sentimental post is helping us adjust.

Klum took to her Twitter, sharing a photo from America’s Got Talent: The Champions that featured fellow judges Howie Mandel, Simon Cowell and Mel B along with Champions host Terry Crews. Alongside the photo, Klum wrote, “I wanted to say THANK YOU and how amazing the past 6 years have been while working on @AGT … I love my fellow judges, our hosts & AMAZING CREW … It’s been such an incredible experience and I will miss ALL OF YOU very much! I will be watching and voting from home!”

The tweet was posted the same day as the Champions season finale, acting as both a sentimental farewell to her AGT family while also helping to cap off an exciting season of AGT. The hit NBC reality competition show is the second reality series Klum has said goodbye to, coming quickly on the heels of her exit from Bravo’s Project Runway in 2018. It’s not clear why Klum chose to step down from AGT, nor do we know what she plans to do next, but we can’t believe she’s really saying goodbye to AGT. Say it ain’t so!

While we may not know what’s in store for Klum (aside from her upcoming wedding to musician Tom Kaulitz), we definitely know what we can expect for the next season of AGT. Ahead of the season 14 premiere, AGT has added Crews as the host with Julianne Moore and Gabrielle Union taking the judges seats left vacant by Klum and Mel B, who is also leaving the show. We have no doubt that the next season of AGT will be tons of fun with a new host and two new judges in place, but gosh, we’re just not ready to see Klum go.

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