This came as the latest repercussions of the spread of the Coruna virus, and before the registration was canceled, Vergara arrived at the scene and was seen smiling, wearing jeans and a pink jacket.
Mandel, 64, also went to the studio, dressed in all-black uniforms and a black hat.
Before going to the studio to work, Mandel moved to Instagram, sharing his comic touch, in the wake of concerns surrounding the spread of the Corona virus.
He posted a video of him and said: "I just came back from the store where my wife sent me to buy toilet paper," adding: "They ran out of toilet paper."
Then he raised his hand to reveal a used piece of fabric and said: "But thank God I found this on the sidewalk just outside the store."
The jury member, German fashion model, Heidi Klau had felt tired before registration began earlier this week, and had revealed that she wanted to take a Corona virus test, but she had not yet been able to get it.
The German supermodel expressed her concern about infection with the Corona virus after feeling tired while recording America's Got Talent episodes.
Klum, 46, revealed that she was unable to take a test amid a severe shortage of test kits in the United States.
The television host, based in New York City, filmed to film the talent contest, that she really wanted to take the test, and tried to use two different doctors but without success, according to the newspaper "Daily Mail" British.
Heidi posted a self-portrait on Instagram while she lay on the bed, and explained to her followers why she was not photographing America's Got Talent. She said, "I started feeling cold, fever, coughing and runny nose," before adding: "I don't feel well, which is why I stayed at home because no other people were injured."
And I continued, "I hope it is just a cold, I would like to do a Corona test but there is no one here, I have tried with two different doctors and I cannot get it."
She ended her message: "Stay safe, stay at home if you don't feel well."