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The 2015 Miss America Competition will air Sunday, Sept. 14, at 9pm Et on ABC, live from the Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall. Once again, Chris Harrison (The Bachelor) and Lara Spencer (Good Morning America) will serve as co-hosts. Comedian and former Miss New Jersey, Dena Blizzard, will serve as a special correspondent, sharing live updates from inside the auditorium. The judges panel will include television writer and executive producer Marc Cherry; former Green Bay Packer and Super Bowl Champion, Donald Driver; author and entrepreneur Kathy Ireland; U.S. Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson; Gen. Anne Macdonald, who served over 30 years … Continue reading →
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- Jeff Pfeiffer
Bachelorette no more! After accepting Josh Murray's proposal on the season finale of The Bachelorette on Monday, July 28, reality star Andi Dorfman stopped by Good Morning America on Tuesday morning, July 29, with a ring on her finger. The newly engaged Dorfman, 27, hit the morning show with her fiancé Murray, 29, looking happy and holding hands as they stepped onto the ABC set in New York City. The future Mr. and Mrs. Murray chatted with Lara Spencer about the previous night's happenings and what's ahead [...] »
Robin Thicke has gotten very personal on his new album, "Paula," named after his estranged wife Paula Patton. And on Wednesday's "Good Morning America," the soulful crooner explained why he's put it all out there in music.
"When you lose the love of your life, you don't have much to hide anymore," he told "Gma's" Lara Spencer.
Asked about one of his songs on the new album, a cut called "Forever Love," Robin said he wanted to send Paula a hopeful message.
"The album -- I didn't ...
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Hosting the evening newscast turned Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather and Tom Brokaw into luminaries and national statesmen. ABC News has now declared that the person who leads that national institution no longer has to be the most important face on the screen.
Sure, we expect to see David Muir, the hardworking correspondent who is set to succeed Diane Sawyer as the managing editor and anchor of ABC’s flagship “World News,” holding forth during times of great import. But ABC News made it clear Wednesday that viewers should largely expect to welcome George Stephanopoulos on the screen when disaster strikes, war breaks out, or the nation gathers in its living rooms to suss out matters of great import.
- Brian Steinberg
'90s kids, rejoice! Ben Savage promised fans of “Boy Meets World” that the Disney Channel spinoff, the aptly titled “Girl Meets World,” will be just as great as the original. “Good Morning America” host Lara Spencer gave the once-and-again Cory Matthews the perfect setup when the cast appeared on the morning show on Tuesday. “What do you want fans of the classic 90s show to get from this new version?” Spencer asked him. “Well, a lot of the fans who watched ‘Boy Meets World,’ they kind of grew up with us and they're very protective of the show,” Savage said. »
- James Crugnale
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Steve Harvey” grabbed the top talkshow wins while “The Young and the Restless” was named best drama series Sunday at the 41st annual Daytime Emmy Awards, which proved to be a raucous affair as the kudocast grappled with the transition to a streaming-only format.
A high volume of no-shows among top winners and bumpy moments underscored the unusual nature of this year’s ceremony, which was unable to land a TV deal. At times, presenters struggled with their stage instructions and the camera work was jumpy. Without the timetable and content constraints of airing live on advertiser-supported TV, winners and presenters let the salty language fly, and some winners took their sweet time with acceptance remarks on the Beverly Hilton stage.
Host Kathy Griffin (pictured) and others made light of the situation. Griffin ended the nearly two-hour ceremony by walking on stage yelling “say goodnight! »
- Shelli Weinstein and Cynthia Littleton
Forget 'Indiana Jones'! Is Robert Pattinson campaigning to star in 'Magic Mike 2'?
Forget Indiana Jones! Is Robert Pattinson campaigning to star in Magic Mike 2?
The Twilight heartthrob joined his Rover co-star Guy Pearce on Tuesday's Good Morning America, and when asked asked to elaborate about how he said he wanted an acting career like Pearce, the 28-year-old actor joked that he actually wanted his "side career as a male stripper."
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The joking quickly went to doting as Pattinson gushed over his talented co-star. "Guy is essentially a leading man, and he's had an incredibly interesting character actor career," he told Lara Spencer.
Pearce, 46, quipped, "I'd be pretty happy with Rob's career as well, to be honest." The Rover is in theaters now. »
ABC News said Thursday that Stephanopoulos will remain as Robin Roberts’ chief partner on the top-rated morning show, and will continue as host on the Sunday morning show This Week. Terms were not disclosed.
Roberts also recently signed a contract extension. Good Morning America has not been entirely successful in keeping together the team that toppled NBC’s Today show: Sam Champion left for a job at The Weather Channel, and Josh Elliott is now at NBC Sports. »
- Associated Press
Good Morning America has secured George Stephanopoulos as part of a long-term deal with ABC News that also includes his continued duties as host of the Sunday Beltway show This Week. “We are thrilled that the team is locked in and that the [Stephanopoulos] deal was done so quickly,” ABC News said this morning. That in marked contrast to the long-running storyline about the division’s talks with Gma regulars Josh Elliott and Sam Champion — both of whom wound up being poached by NBC. Elliott went to NBC Sports and Champion to NBC co-owned The Weather Channel. Lara Spencer, whose contract came up around the same time as Elliott’s and Champion’s, re-signed to Gma in March, and recently was promoted to co-anchor. Elliott and Champion were replaced by Amy Robach and Ginger Zee, respectively. Stephanopoulos’ contract was not set to expire until the end of the calendar year. But, »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
George Stephanopoulos has signed a new long-term contract to remain with ABC News, and will continue to host “Good Morning America” and the Sunday show “This Week.” The announcement comes just after his “Good Morning America” colleague, Lara Spencer, was promoted to co-host of the morning show. It stabilizes the lineup of television's top morning show for the near future. Also read: Michael Strahan Joins ‘Gma’ With Giant Coffee Mug, Red Carpet High-Fives (Video) In 2011, “Gma” broke the 16-year ratings win streak of NBC's “Today.” Locking him in is an early victory for new ABC News chief James Goldston, who is. »
- Tim Molloy
"Good Morning America" promoted Lara Spencer to co-host and then Buried the announcement -- presumably to keep some pretty fragile Gma egos in check.ABC honchos sent an internal memo around to the staff bragging about how Gma has kicked the "Today" show's ass for 2 straight years. The memo -- which was obtained by Page Six -- starts out by calling Robin Roberts "the captain of our team"In Paragraph 6 the memo essentially says, "Oh, »
- TMZ Staff
New York (AP) — ABC says it has promoted Lara Spencer to co-host status on "Good Morning America." Spencer, the lifestyle anchor since returning to the show in 2011, now has billing parity with Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos. She was the show's national correspondent from 1999 to 2004. Then, for seven years, she was a host of "The Insider." Her promotion comes as "Gma" continues to beat NBC's "Today" show in the ratings, but after it recently lost two members of its team: Sam Champion and Josh Elliott. The other current members of the "Gma" family are Amy Robach and Ginger Zee. This week, "Gma" welcomed Michael Strahan, a co-host of the daily "Live with Kelly and Michael," as a contributor. Copyright © 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. »
Spencer has been on the show as a lifestyle anchor, a position created just for her, since 2011, but before that, she was a national correspondent for Good Morning America from 1999 to 2003.
This isn’t the only Gma news this week: Live! With Kelly and Michael co-host and former football star Michael Strahan officially announced April 15 that he’ll be joining the hosts a few times a week while still keeping his Live! gig. »
- Ariana Bacle
Burying his lead, new ABC News President James Goldston sent around a memo to staff today — in Paragraph 6 of which was the announcement he’d promoted Good Morning America‘s Lara Spencer to co-host of the program along with Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos. Roberts recently signed a new contract to stay with the show; ditto Spencer. Stephanopoulos’ contract was due to come up later this year — his reps are in talks with ABC News now. Related: ‘Gma’ Beats ‘Today’ By Biggest Margin In Three Months Spencer was the only one of three Gma-ers whose contracts came up around the same time as Roberts’ who re-signed. The two guys — Sam Champion and Josh Elliott – both got poached by NBC, whose Today show saw its longtime ratings record snapped two years ago by Gma.Which brings us to Goldston’s memo: celebrating tomorrow’s anniversary of Gma ending Today’s 852-week winning streak. »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
Lara Spencer has been promoted to co-host of ABC's “Good Morning America” alongside George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts. It was one of the first major moves by new ABC News chief James Goldson, who is replacing the just-promoted Ben Sherwood. Goldston announced Spencer's promotion in an email marking the two-year anniversary of “Gma” ending the 16-year ratings winning streak for NBC's “Today.” See video: Michael Strahan Joins ‘Gma’ With Giant Coffee Mug, Red Carpet High-Fives “A key member of our on-air team, Lara Spencer, rejoined ABC three years ago — bringing her style, humor, sunny confidence, wonderful journalism and storytelling to ‘Gma', »
- L.A. Ross
Amid plenty of changes at Good Morning America, one person rising in the ranks is Lara Spencer. The fixture of the series, who recently signed a new contract, has been elevated to co-host. Newly named ABC News chief James Goldston informed staff on Friday in a memo timed to the show's two-year ratings dominance over Today. She will now hold the same title as Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos after serving as the lifestyles anchor since 2011. Photos: Inside THR's Most Powerful People in NY Media Party "A key member of our on-air team, Lara Spencer, rejoined
- Michael O'Connell
Lara Spencer, the “Good Morning America” anchor who recently negotiated a new contract with ABC to stay on the program, has been elevated to the role of co-host, and will, going forward, hold forth alongside current anchors Robin Roberts and George Stephanopolous.
The move comes as “Gma,” TV’s most-watched morning program, has been in the midst of change, with two members of the on-air staff that helped the show pass NBC’s “Today” in both total viewers as well as those between 25 and 54, the demo most coveted by advertisers, departed. The show, however has seen no ebb in its ratings dominance over “Today.”
Spencer is also now a veteran presence on the program, which has two new faces after the departures of meteorologist Sam Champion »
- Brian Steinberg
It's been a good morning, indeed, for Good Morning America's Lara Spencer. The lifestyles anchor has been promoted to Gma co-host, and will now hold the same title as Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos, ABC News chief James Goldston told the staff on Friday, April 18. "A key member of our on-air team, Lara Spencer, rejoined ABC three years ago — bringing her style, humor, sunny confidence, wonderful journalism, and storytelling to Gma," Goldston wrote in a memo. "Lara is clearly an essential ingredient in the success [...] »
Lara Spencer 'Gma' Co-Host
Spencer now joins Good Morning America veterans George Stephanopoulos and Robin Roberts with the title. The higher rank on the morning program was a part of Spencer’s new contract, which was recently signed, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Since 2011, Spencer has served as Gma’s lifestyles anchor.
"A key member of our on-air team, Lara Spencer, rejoined ABC three years ago -- bringing her style, humor, sunny confidence, wonderful journalism and storytelling to Gma," Goldston wrote in his memo. "Lara is clearly an essential ingredient in the success we have enjoyed and I am so pleased to announce that Lara has been elevated to co-host of the program along with Robin and George."
Strahan stopped by the Good Morning America set Tuesday morning for the announcement — and to receive both an alarm clock from George Stephanopoulos and a giant coffee cup from Lara Spencer, which should help out with his new extra-early wakeup time. He will join the show a few days a week while still maintaining his Live! co-hosting duties.
Watch the announcement below: »
- Ariana Bacle
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