Nick Cannon and Knight Rider Looking For MIA Talent

"America's Got Talent" searches for the best and weirdest the MIA has to offer

If you can play a saxophone with your ear or juggle six kittens while riding a dolphin, then David Hasselhoff wants you.

NBC's mega hit "America's Got Talent" will spend the weekend sifting through hundreds of Miami's finest with weirdest and most  "unique" talents, all looking for a big break and the fast track to stardom. Open calls will be at the Hyatt Regency Miami

Those deemed talented enough (or so bad they will get a good laugh on network TV) will graduate to the tapings for the show's audition episodes. That's when the often funny and emotional performances in front of the fiery panel of judges happens on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Jackie Gleason Theater.

The public is encouraged to come and see the circus, errr, show.

Season 4 is hosted by Nick Cannon, whose most significant talent might be snagging his uberhot wife, songstress Mariah Carey. And we all know Hasselhoff is oozing with talents beyond the grasp of mortal men. Sharon Osbourne and Piers Morgan round out the judging panel.

Contestants who make it through tryouts will compete for a $1 million prize. At the very least, you'll get enough YouTube worthy clips to last a lifetime.

So break out that kazoo and those tap shoes. Don't keep Knight Rider waiting.

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