The local radio and TV personality, who goes by "Gordon," shocked many last week when he directed a series of unbelievably racist remarks toward a contestant of Chinese descent.
Xiao Wang, an intensely talented performer who stunned the audience with his rendition "La donna è mobile" from Verdi's Rigoletto, was knocked down at every stage by Gordon's bigoted barbs.
"Which [Verdi] number are you singing," Gordon asked when Xiao, "Number 39 with rice?"
Following the performance, Gordon mocked Xiao's accent by referring to his voice as a "surplise."
"Honestly, this is the best Chinese I've had in weeks," Gordon yucked. "And it's not a takeaway."
Even after Xiao left the stage, Gordon wasn't quite done, turning around to the audience and saying, in Dutch, "he looks like a waiter from a Chinese restaurant."
Finally, Gordon's American co-judge Dan Karaty informed him that he's "really not supposed to say things like that to people."
"What?" responded Gordon, who remained unclear on why being a flagrant racist is wrong.
Some have called on Simon Cowell, founder and owner of the international Got Talent franchise, to fire Gordon from the show.