Photo by Art Streiber / NBC
Photo by Art Streiber / NBC

NBC tells Page Six that an investigation into alleged racism on the set of its long-running show “America’s Got Talent” uncovered no wrongdoing.

The network launched the probe after former judge Gabrielle Union, 47, claimed in November last year that, among other things, show insiders complained that her hairstyles were “too black” and it was reported that a young black contestant was removed from the show because it needed a performer that “America could get behind.”

But on Wednesday — the same day that Variety published a lengthy interview with Union about her experience on the show — a rep for the network and the show’s producers told us that a lengthy investigation had cleared the network and its producers.

For the full story, visit PageSix.com.

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