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London, April 24: Cameron Diaz, who had recently confessed that she doesn't believe in monogamy, has back tracked on her comments, saying that she never said that having multiple lovers was better than just one, but it was her character from her upcoming film who said those words.
During an appearance on Good Morning America, the 41-year-old star said that she had said that her character from 'Other Woman' doesn't believe in monogamy, but journalists interpreted that she was the one who doesn't believe in it, the Mirror reported.
The blonde beauty asserted that she was acting when she said those things, adding that she. »
- Smith Cox
Robin Roberts stopped by The Late Show to chat with David Letterman about her newly released memoir titled, Everybody's Got Something. The book chronicles the Good Morning America's road to recovery and how her amazing support system—friends, family, and her girlfriend of nine years—helped her through the hardest time of her life. When asked by the late night talk show host how she's feeling now, Roberts had nothing but positive things to report. "I can look at your right now and say I am healthier and happier than I've ever been," she gushed. "That's all the matters." Letterman told the 53-year-old that the title was incredibly fitting, saying, »
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- Ryan Roschke
NBC is adding Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski to its Kentucky Derby telecast as fashion correspondents next week, illustrating how the network’s coverage now reflects one of the most female-friendly televised sporting events of the year.
The two figure skaters, who were the breakout stars of NBC’s Sochi Olympics broadcast team, will comment on the fashionable outfits worn by members of the rich and celebrity-filled audience who try to avoid spilling mint juleps on their designer duds, the network said Tuesday.
The image of cigar-chomping race fans no longer applies to horse racing’s signature event. Slightly more »
- Associated Press
Jennifer Lawrence stepped out in NYC on Monday, showing off her long legs and longer hair, which is growing in nicely after her dramatic cut this past November. Jennifer stopped by both Good Morning America and Live With Kelly and Michael while she was in town, and fans were sharing pictures from the audience, including a selfie moment between Jennifer and Kelly Ripa. We haven't seen much of Jennifer Lawrence since the Oscars back in March, aside from her appearance as a bridesmaid in Martha Stewart Weddings. That's all about to change, though, since the premiere of X-Men: Days of Future Past is just over a month away, and we can only hope to see Jennifer walking red carpets worldwide - preferably alongside boyfriend and costar Nicholas Hoult. Source: Splash News Online View Slideshow › »
- Ryan Roschke
"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
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
NBC News, whose Peacock Productions is producing Discovery’s Mount Everest live jump, said this morning “the future of the production will be assessed at the appropriate time” after the deadliest disaster ever recorded at the peak killed 13 Sherpa guides last night. The guides were carrying equipment and supplies to camps for climbers getting ready for peak trekking season — including those preparing to participate in Discovery Channel‘s Everest Jump Live, produced by the NBC News division. Discovery, which had just announced Monday the live two-hour event would air May 11, said this morning its star Joby Ogwyn was at base came at the time of the avalanche, which struck a group of about 50 — mostly Nepalese sherpas — at more than 20,000 feet. Four people remain missing, according to Nepal’s Tourism Ministry. Discovery said it has has not had conversations as to how the disaster might impact its plans. ”The avalanche last night on Mt. »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
After his high-profile move from Good Morning America to NBC Sports, Josh Elliott will make his debut on May 3 covering the Kentucky Derby, one of the highest-rated sporting events of the year. "He is a real talent, and we are happy to have him as part of the NBC Sports family, and are beginning to look for ways for him to be used," John Miller, chief marketing officer, NBC Sports Group, tells The Hollywood Reporter. Story: Josh Elliott Discusses NBC Sports Gig, His ABC Offer and 'Today' Talk "He can do a mix of features, and it
- Debbie Emery
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 [...] »
Robin Roberts is dancing around her Manhattan living room in her bare feet, reprising her grand entrance on Dancing with the Stars—this time, without the 6-in. stilettos. Step, step, spin and dip. The 53-year-old Good Morning America anchor, who appeared as a guest judge last month, has apparently got moves. More than that, Roberts says, "I've got my mojo back!" After facing the fight of her life against a blood and bone-marrow disease called myelodysplastic syndrome, the beloved anchor and breast cancer survivor is not only still standing, she's got a new spring in her step. Her skin is glowing, »
- Sharon Cotliar
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."
If you loved the celebrity interviews on "Oprah," rejoice -- "Oprah's Master Class” returns to Own on Sun. May 11 at 10:00 p.m. with a raft of celebrities who want to talk about themselves. How often does that happen? In making the announcement at Own’s recent Upfront presentation, Oprah Winfrey said, “I wanted to create a series where we would be able to offer some of the most iconic artists of our time a chance to share what they know for sure… this Mother’s Day we launch a brand new season and I actually think it’s the best one yet.” Don't believe her? This preview clip actually looks pretty interesting, people. Here's a rundown of who's coming: Justin Timberlake (May 11) - The brand new season kicks off with one of this generation’s most celebrated entertainers, multiple Grammy and Emmy award-winning actor and musician, Justin Timberlake. »
- Liane Bonin Starr
ABC News’ Good Morning America outstripped NBC News’ Today by 761,000 viewers and 279,000 news demo viewers the week of April 7. It’s Gma‘s seventh consecutive week on top of the morning infotainment show race in both metrics, and its largest demo margin in three months. Gma has ranked No. 1 in overall audience for 89 of the past 93 weeks, and No. 1 in the news demo for 25 of this season’s 29 weeks to date. Today meanwhile, boasted it finished first with the younger, 18-49 year old age bracket, for the 42nd consecutive week. Today is on top of the ratings in the daypart with men 25-54 this season, NBC noted — as well as adults, men and women 18-49. Today has posted seven consecutive months of ratings growth in total viewers, and both the 25-54 and 18-49 demos which NBC says is the show’s biggest ratings uptick since ’97. For the week, Gma clocked »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Some of the biggest names in morning shows stayed up relatively late to make the scene at The Hollywood Reporter's 2014 Most Powerful People in New York Media party Wednesday night. Among those who stepped out were Today co-hosts Savannah Guthrie and Willie Geist -- both of whom were honored by THR's 2014 power list. But one honoree noticeably absent was Josh Elliott, who recently jumped from ABC's Good Morning America to NBC Sports. Photos: Anna Wintour, Bill O'Reilly, Alec Baldwin Celebrate THR's Most Powerful People in NY Media Although Elliott can't appear on Today for six months, Guthrie welcomed him
- Hilary Lewis
The soundtrack to Disney's "Frozen" is — once again — the No. 1 album in the country. In its 10th nonconsecutive week in the top spot, the album sold 133,000 copies (-11%), according to Nielsen SoundScan. The set has sold 2.1 million copies to date and now ties "The Lion King" for an animated film soundtrack’s most weeks at No. 1. Pharrell Williams' "G I R L” returns to its peak slot at No. 2 with 29,000 (+18%), after spending last week at No. 9. The album gained sales due to Pharrell's recent appearances on "Saturday Night Live," "Good Morning America" and "Sunday Morning." 5 Seconds of Summer's "She Looks So Perfect" Ep drops from No. 2 to No. 3 with 26,000 in its second week (-82%). New arrival MercyMe debuts at No. 4 with its eighth album, “Welcome to the New” (26,000). It's the third top 10 album for the Christian rock band, following 2012’s "The Hurt & the Healer" and 2010’s “The Generous Mr. »
- Whitney Phaneuf
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