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Fifth Harmony brought the house "Down!"
The quartet debuted their latest single, "Down," the first without ex-member Camila Cabello, on Good Morning America on Friday. Dressed in denim and black ensembles, Dinah Jane, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke Hernandez took the stage to perform the track alongside Gucci Mane.
During their appearance, 5H also previewed their upcoming album.
"It’s been really incredible because we’ve been in the studio the past few months really working hard on our album," Brooke told hosts Michael Strahan and Lara Spencer. "We’ve been creating, we’ve been writing. It’s been really amazing, we’ve been having so much fun."
The ladies also performed "Work From Home" and "Worth It." During the performance,Kordei tripped but quickly recovered from the fall. The Dancing With the Stars alum later poked fun at herself on Twitter.
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It's about to be handled—permanently. Scandal will end after its seventh season, TVLine reports. Yes, that means we will soon be saying goodbye to Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) and her gladiators in 2018, so stock up on the red wine and popcorn now, people! While Shondaland, ABC is expected to make the official announcement at its Upfront presentation in New York City next week. In July 2016, Good Morning America caused a bit of panic among the fanbase when anchor Lara Spencer said the sixth season would be its last, which even made creator Shonda Rhimes spit out her coffee. "Whoa, @Gma: I never said this was the final season of #Scandal," Rhimes »
Abby Lee Miller is coming to terms that she'll be serving 366 days in prison after being charged with bankruptcy fraud and for bringing $120,000 worth of Australian currency into the U.S. without reporting it.
The former Dance Moms star spoke with Good Morning America's Lara Spencer on Wednesday, and shared how she plans to cope while behind bars. "A year and a day, it sounds like a movie," she said, adding that while in prison, she wants to "pretend" that she's "shooting a movie" and is on location "for 10 months." She also wants to read more, learn Spanish and work on a new book.
Exclusive: Everything Abby Lee Miller Told Et About Prison, From Calling It a 'Vacation' to How She Prepared
Miller initially filed for bankruptcy in 2010, and was indicted with fraud charges five years later. She pleaded guilty last year on allegations that she had hid $750,000 from bankruptcy creditors. In addition »
“Good Morning America” co-anchor Lara Spencer is best known for her bubbly personality on ABC’s flagship morning program but has quietly built a media empire of her own. The 47-year-old Spencer, who just won two Daytime Emmy Awards for “Gma” and Hgtv’s “Flea Market Flip,” now executive produces six reality series on a variety of cable networks through her Duffkat Media banner. “I love that people think I’m happy-go-lucky Lara and that’s great, but there is another side to me that is a stone-cold businesswoman,” Spencer told TheWrap. “It would be cool for people to know »
- Brian Flood
Updated on Tuesday, April 25, at 12:57 p.m. Et.
The 30-year-old Glee star told Gma's Lara Spencer that after Monday's episode of DWTS -- in which Morris and Chmerkovskiy were shockingly eliminated from the show -- Chmerkovskiy and his fiancee, Peta Murgatroyd, had "some sort of run-in with a man near their house" that was "trying to break into" the residence.
"The police were there and they took care of it," Morris continued. "They are safe and Peta is okay and that's the most important thing -- that we are making sure she is calm."
Spencer noted that it was an especially scary incident, given that Murgatroyd -- who is also a DWTS pro »
There's just something about a unicorn that gets Erika Jayne every single time. After the Dancing With the Stars contestant and her partner Gleb Savchenko were eliminated from the ABC series this week, the couple didn't walk away completely empty-handed. On Tuesday's Good Morning America, Lara Spencer gifted the pair a special unicorn mirrorball trophy. If you think the reality star gave zero f--ks about the gift, you couldn't be more wrong. As it turns out, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star can't get enough of the personalized item. In a series of Instagram stories, Erika documented her journey through JFK Airport in New York where she tried to get her trophy »
We're a celebrity-obsessed culture to be sure, but will ABC viewers watch a TV show that rehashes popular People magazine cover stories? Will the new People Icons TV show on ABC be cancelled or renewed for a second season? Stay tuned.ABC News and People magazine have teamed up to produce the People Icons TV show. The weekly, hourlong series is hosted by Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer, with contributions from People editor-in-chief Jess Cagel. Subjects in the first season include Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan, Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Whitney Houston, Patrick Swayze, Robin Williams, Prince, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Dwayne Johnson.Read More… »
Network: ABCEpisodes: Ongoing (hour)Seasons: OngoingTV show dates: March 7, 2017 — presentSeries status: Has not been cancelledPerformers include: Lara Spencer (host) and People editor-in-chief Jess Cagle. Subjects include Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan, Beyoncé Knowles and Jay Z, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Whitney Houston, Patrick Swayze, Robin Williams, Prince, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Dwayne Johnson.TV show description:ABC News and People magazine have teamed up to produce the People Icons TV show. The weekly, hourlong series is hosted by Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer, with contributions from People's Jess Cagel. Iconic People magazine covers inspired the TV series.Each episode focuses on a new theme that has captured the public's attention. "Celebrity Love Stories" recounts »
People Icons is a new series from ABC News and People that shines the spot light on iconic people who have appeared on the cover of the popular magazine. The premiere episode looks at Celebrity Love Stories and revists the enduring love stories of Barack and Michelle Obama, the Estefans, Prince William and Kate Middeton, Beyonce and Jay-z and iconic stars Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The hour-long show is presented by Good Morning America’s Lara Spencer and each week has a different theme featuring people from celebrities to everyday heroes. Next week the episode is titled Heroes and Survivors and it examines...read more »
- James Wray
Could these be the greatest love stories ever told?
From Kurt and Goldie to Posh and Becks, the premiere episode of People Icons, a new limited series between ABC News and People, will take a closer look at the fascinating world of celebrity couples who have weathered the storms and stayed together, despite all odds.
The show’s co-anchor, Lara Spencer, sat down with Gloria and Emilio Estefan for the Celebrity Love Stories edition to talk about the musical power couple’s romantic history and why they think they’ve lasted so long.
“He makes me laugh, I think that’s the key, »
Gloria and Emilio Estefan have been together for more than 40 years — so what’s their secret?
As it turns out, the pair first bonded over music and through mutual friends at a jam session in 1975.
“In comes Emilio. He’s playing the accordion in very short shorts, and he looked like he was naked, so that was the first impression that I got,” Gloria said in an interview for the series premiere, »
- Jeff Nelson
“It’s just an unbelievable story and he was an unbelievable man,” Garfield, 33, told Lara Spencer during ABC’s Oscars Opening Ceremony: Live From the Red Carpet. The film tells the story of Doss, a private who walked into the bloodiest battle of World War II’s Pacific theater with nothing to protect himself save for his Bible and his faith in God.
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- Alexia Fernandez
It’s finally Oscar Sunday, and People is taking fans right to the center of the action.
Jess Cagle, Editor-in-Chief of People and Editorial Director, Time Inc. Style & Entertainment Group, is prepping for ABC’s official Oscar pre-show, Oscars Opening Ceremony: Live from the Red Carpet. The pre-show, which is hosted by Good Morning America anchors Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer and Michael Strahan, will feature Cagle as a contributor alongside Marie Claire‘s Nina Garcia and Vanity Fair’s Krista Smith.
Of course, one can’t head to the biggest night in movies without a full stomach. Cagle and his date (and partner) Matt Whitney, »
- Stephanie Petit
The Oscars are just days away, and if you can’t make the trip to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, you can still join in on all the red-carpet action.
The Oscars Opening Ceremony: Live from the Red Carpet, hosted by Good Morning America anchors Robin Roberts, Michael Strahan and Lara Spencer, begins at 7 p.m. Et/4 p.m. Pt on ABC this Sunday. Additionally, from 7:30–8:30 p.m. Et, ABC will be the only telecast broadcasting live exclusively from the red carpet.
(Before that, be sure to check out People’s Oscars preshow, People & EW Red Carpet Live , starting at 5 p. »
- Mike Miller
The Oscars are nearly here and that means that the red carpet has to be in tip-top shape before Hollywood’s A-list arrive. Luckily, we have a very special insider who can give us a behind-the-scenes look as to how it all comes together.
Jess Cagle, Editor-in-Chief of People and Editorial Director, Time Inc. Style & Entertainment Group, was on-hand on Saturday to do a run-through for ABC’s official Oscar pre-show, Oscars Opening Ceremony: Live from the Red Carpet. The pre-show, which is hosted by Good Morning America anchors Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer and Michael Strahan, will feature Cagle as »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
With Jimmy Kimmel set to preside over this year’s Oscars telecast, ABC will turn to another one of its funnymen to serve up an after-show this Sunday night.
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Black-ish star Anthony Anderson is set to host Live From Hollywood: The After Party special, which will fill the vacancy left by Kimmel, who typically hosts an After the Oscars edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Variety reports.
The live, hour-long special will feature red carpet interviews from outside of the Governors Ball, as well as backstage moments with some of the evening’s biggest winners. Gma‘s Lara Spencer, »
With Kimmel occupied as Oscar host this year, ABC has opted to go live with a special that will feature interviews from the red carpet outside the Governors Ball and backstage moments with winners. ABC said it was the first time the network has served up a live post-Academy Awards telecast.
“Good Morning America’s” Lara Spencer, ABC News’ Chris Connelly and Yahoo style editor Joe Zee will also be featured in the hourlong “Live From Hollywood: The After Party” special. Brian Teta and Marc Burstein are exec producers for ABC’s Lincoln Square Productions.
Kimmel has hosted a taped post-Oscars special for ABC since 2006. Barbara Walters had a platform on Oscar night with her celebrity interview specials that ran from 1981 to 2010. In East »
- Variety Staff
With Jimmy Kimmel hosting this Sunday’s Academy Awards, ABC will broadcast its first Live from Hollywood: The After Party, immediately after this year’s ceremony. Black-ish star Anthony Anderson will host, joined Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer. The special will feature more red carpet interviews with celebrities outside the Governor's Ball, and backstage interviews with some Oscar winners. ABC’s Lincoln Square Productions is behind Live from Hollywood: The Af… »
People magazine is teaming up with ABC. This week, the network announced Good Morning America co-anchor Lara Spencer will host a new series titled People Icons.The limited series "is inspired by the iconic People magazine covers that have made a lasting impact on American culture." People magazine's editor-in-chief Jess Cagle will appear on the series alongside other editors from the popular publication.Read More… »
Veteran TV producer David George has been promoted to president of ITV America, Variety has learned.
George had previously been CEO of Leftfield Entertainment since ITV acquired the Leftfield group, which includes Leftfield Pictures, Sirens Media, Loud TV, and Outpost Entertainment. He will continue to report to ITV America CEO Brent Montgomery. In his new role, George will have oversight of creative development and production across the company’s production labels, pods and producer deals.
“To say that David George has been a key player in the evolution and growth of Leftfield — and now ITV America — is an understatement,” said Montgomery. “He has helped move the company to its next iteration of content across nearly every genre, working especially creatively on innovative projects and deals with Amazon and Netflix, including our recently announced reimagining of the iconic ‘Queer Eye’ to be produced by ITV Entertainment and our partners at Scout. Most »
- Oriana Schwindt
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