On Wednesday night, one of the six finalists on "America's Got Talent" will be named the winner. But why wait until then to name names? Judge Mel B thinks she already knows who'll take top honors.
Will it be fan favorite Kenichi Ebina? Comedian Taylor Williamson? Or maybe vocal sensation Cami Bradley?
"She's really good, but I don't think she's going to win it," Mel B said of the latter during a Tuesday morning visit to TODAY. "I think Forte's going to win it."
Yes, Forte, the act made up of tenors Fernando Varela, Sean Panikkar and Josh Page, who met online before their first performance together — which was on "America's Got Talent."
"I just think they're so good," she added. "They're so likable, and they can sing. And they harmonize beautifully."
If not Forte, Mel B thinks country singer Jimmy Rose could nab the win. In fact, there's only one act she's certain doesn't stand a chance — magician Collins Key.
"I don't think he's that good," she confessed.
Tough talk! Mel B might have had more to say on the subject, but after an early morning interview on fellow "Talent" judge Howard Stern's radio show, she was almost speechless.
"I did his show 15 years ago, and I just did (this morning)," she said, showing off her shaking hands. "Oh, it's really bad. I mean, 'America's Got Talent' is a very family-friendly show. ... But (Howard's show) was completely inappropriate!"
Catch more family-friendly action when the first part of the two-part "America's Got Talent" finale airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. on NBC.