These kids have some massive skills.

Howard Stern Says He 'Hated Every Bit' Of Being On 'America's Got Talent'

On Saturday, a little sneak peek of next season's auditions of America's Got Talent was released where a number of children who look between the ages of 6-12 are waiting to go on stage to show how talented they truly are- and based off their practice skills, it seems like they'll have a lot to present.

One girl is dressed in a blue ballerina dress as she does some little spins here and there. Another girl is on roller skates as she moves across the floor turning herself around. Then there's a boy in a red jacket with a hat and sunglasses who can dance. Even though he might just be practicing, he knows how to move himself around in a way that says a lot for a kid.

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Viewers can also expect to see kids doing gymnastics while another has batons. Another young boy is seen playing with drumsticks.

Check it out below.

Meanwhile, it was previously announced that Howard Stern would not be returning to the series as a judge. One of the reasons for this is because he "hated" being a part of it.

In an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Stern admitted that he felt out of place on the series especially in the way he felt compared to the other judges.

"I'm sitting there with Howie Mandel and I'm looking at this guy and I go, 'Oh my god, here's a guy who has no hair, he's in his 60's and he's better looking than I am after my $100,000 wardrobe,'" Stern said. "So the whole thing was rather depressing."

America's Got Talent is expected to return in summer 2016 on NBC.