Meanwhile, first-time judge Vergara told PEOPLE that she was a "little upset in the beginning" of her inaugural season after production was shut down due to stay-at-home guidelines.
"I felt like I was robbed of the opportunity to experience and learn the whole thing," Vergara said. "I only had two weeks of actually shooting in the actual venue with the contestants. And then, they had to take away the audience. So that was different for me. I was already getting used to the whole thing, and how it was supposed to be."
Since the auditions were filmed, all the judges, including Klum, and host Terry Crews resumed production and filmed the Judge Cut rounds. Each act was filmed in separate locations with minimal AGT staff and did not perform in front of a live audience. (Safety and health protocols that adhered to state and local requirements were set in place.)
America's Got Talent airs Tuesdays (8 p.m. ET) on NBC.
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