Tyra Banks and ‘AGT’ judges offended by savage insult comic

America’s Got Talent is full of feel-good stories and inspiring talents that will have you walking away feeling pretty great. Then there’s people like Tuesday’s comedic hopeful, Alex Hooper. He managed to fool fellow contestants - not to mention the judges during his pre-performance chat - into thinking he was a positive and uplifting guy.“I just want to inspire the world through happiness, positivity, and comedy,” Hooper responded when asked why he entered the show.Then, his routine began. He started by recognizing the show’s host, Tyra Banks.“Tyra, I really admire your courage!” Hooper said. “It must be so difficult to host a show like this and still find a way to make it about you.”And that’s when things turned rather quickly. Over a chorus of “boos” from the crowd, Hooper moved on to the judges. He compared Howie Mandel to a big toe and told Mel B., aka Scary Spice, that the only thing scary about her was her solo career.After those two quick buzzers, he turned his focus to Heidi Klum.“Heidi Klum, you are magical,” he began. “Four children, and yet your body looks as though you haven't paid attention to any of them.”Going after someone’s parenting may be crossing the line, and after also implying that Klum wears too much makeup, it’s no surprise that a third buzzer came his way. Luckily Hooper got a little relief when he reached Simon Cowell - someone who clearly respects and admires the ability to be mean to people. After Hooper sent a few good digs in his direction, Cowell’s reaction was perfect:“Can I be honest with you?” he asked. “I think you're really funny.”America's Got Talent airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC. Watch clips and full episodes of America's Got Talent for free on Yahoo View.Check out why Mel B. was brought to tears during an America's Got Talent audition:Read more from Yahoo Entertainment: Crazy contortionist dance steals Vanessa Hudgens’s heart on ‘SYTYCD’ premiereSnow Leopard survives 400-foot fall while hunting sheepPaul Sr. and Paul Jr. share emotional reconciliation on ‘American Chopper’Tell us what you think! Hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, or leave your comments below. And check out our host, Kylie Mar, on Twitter, Facebook,or Instagram.

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