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Hunter Hayes will drop his sophomore set, “Storyline,” on May 6. The 22-year old multi-instrumentalist has brought a breath of fresh air to the country format with such hits as “Wanted,” “Somebody’s Heartbreak” and “I Want Crazy.” Hayes co-wrote all the songs on “Storyline,” including first single, “Invisible.” He co-produced the set with Dann Huff. The video for “Invisible” will debut March 12, following a sneak peek on “Good Morning America.” “Storyline” track listing 1. Wild Card 2. Storyline 3. Still Fallin 4. Tattoo 5. Invisible 6. …interlude 7. You Think You Know Somebody 8. Flashlight 9. When Did You Stop Loving Me 10. …like I was saying 11. Secret Love 12. Nothing Like Starting Over 13. If It’s Just Me 14. Love Too Much »
Yesterday "The Wolverine" and "X-Men: Days of Future Past" star Hugh Jackman tweeted Good Morning America with the following tweet stating... Thank you @Gma for helping with our surprise on March 24th! #XMen #Dofp— Hugh Jackman (@RealHughJackman) March 10, 2014 So what do you guys think? Could this be the Big reveal for the long awaited second trailer? Only time will tell come March 24th! X-Men: Days of Future Past arrives in theaters May 23, 2014 ) »
When you date someone for a long period of time, there comes the inevitable point where you meet the family. If you're dating one of the Duggar daughters, though, that takes on a whole new life.
The four eldest daughters of the "19 Kids and Counting" family have written a book about what they're looking for in guys. During an interview on "Good Morning America" Tuesday (March 11), they were able to get across the main point.
"Courting is a new season of life, it's exciting," 21-year-old Jessa says. "We call it dating with a purpose and not just frivolous, really considering the person as a potential life partner."
That's right -- the Duggar daughters aren't interested in the short term, and they know what they want from the men they will eventually marry. "We talk about what we're looking for [in the book]. Not just, 'Oh, he's a cute guy.' But the heart of the matter, »
"Bachelor" star Juan Pablo has told Warner Bros. he won't do Any post-season publicity for the show ... and for its part the studio is saying good riddance.Sources connected with the show and the studio tell TMZ ... Juan Pablo outright refused to appear on "Good Morning America" Tuesday, and made it clear he was done with publicity of any sort for the show.Our Warner Bros. sources say that's just fine with them, because they »
- TMZ Staff
Juan Pablo Galavis created quite the controversy during his "Bachelor" finale when he dumped Clare Crawley after a controversial, sexual comment she says he made to her during their final date -- and then appeared on the "After the Final Rose" reunion special with chosen woman Nikki Ferrell, refusing to say "I love you" to her or reveal their future plans together.
Host Chris Harrison was visibly rankled with Juan Pablo, continually trying to get him to say those three little worlds. He even enlisted the help of "Bachelor/ette" alums, one of whom told Juan Pablo not to bite the hand that feeds you.
It sounds like the show was frustrated with Juan Pablo all along. Harrison tells "Good Morning America," "I'd been frustrated for a long time with him. I know some people take it as I don't like Juan Pablo or ... I'm angry at him and I'm not. »
As Bachelor fans wait to see whether Juan Pablo Galavis chooses Nikki or Clare on Monday's Final Rose episode, at least one contestant has already moved on after being dumped by the Venezuelan hottie. Single mom Renee Oteri, 32, who Galavis said goodbye to after their hometown date, is engaged to Bracy Maynard, a guy she's known since she was 12. But she's not the only former contestant to find love off-camera. While newly engaged former Bachelorette Emily Maynard is hoping that the fourth time is the charm, these former contestants have also found their happily ever after. Jason Mesnick & Molly MalaneyThe »
- K.C. Blumm
In late 2013, The Weather Channel offered Good Morning America’s beloved weatherman Sam Champion an opportunity to take the next step in his 30-year career — and better serve the legions who trust him to keep them safe in a storm, in the process — as a managing editor at the network. Beginning March 17, Champion expands that role as anchor of the new morning show Amhq, short for America’s Morning Headquarters. Champion says that Amhq — which airs weekdays from 7-10am — breaks the morning-show mold, delivering both relevant news coverage and in-depth weather information in a way that acknowledges … Continue reading →
The post Sam Champion makes The Weather Channel ‘America’s Morning Headquarters‘ appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Lori Acken
Kristen Bell is a busy woman. Coming off her appearance at the 2014 Oscars and with the "Veronica Mars" movie about to be released, she's doing the talk-show rounds this week, guesting on both "Good Morning America" and "Live with Kelly and Michael" Monday (March 10).
Bell continued her always-entertaining streak by talking about the movie and how to use the bathroom at the Academy Awards.
On the topic of "Veronica Mars," Bell points out that she had always wanted to make the movie "since the day the show was canceled." Considering that Bell also mentioned a short shooting schedule -- 24 days -- and a lack of much payment for the cast, this really was a labor of love for everyone.
Further talk brought up a comparison to "The Godfather" (think "they pulled me back in") and praise for Bell's husband: "We got a nice little stud-muffin cameo from Dax Shepard," Bell says. »
This morning, Good Morning America unveiled the #socialsquare, which it says is a “groundbreaking new digital studio” engaging viewers on a daily basis with the broadcast and social conversation. An expansion of the morning infotainment series’ current Times Square studio, #socialsquare is the new social “nerve center” for the broadcast, featuring installations developed with the leading social media platforms allowing Gma guests to interact with viewers throughout the broadcast, ABC News says. ”This will revolutionize how our show is produced in the morning and its all about engaging directly with our viewers from beginning to end,” Gma senior executive producer Tom Cibrowski said this morning. More than one person this morning has noted NBC’s Today, which is in a ratings death match with Gma, debuted its like-minded digital space, Orange Room, last September. But, of course, Orange Room is orange, whereas Social Square is pink, and blue — and it has foosball. »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
Sam Champion was the longtime weather anchor on the Good Morning America team that conquered Today, ending the NBC program's 16-year run as ratings leader. He recently left his ABC morning family for The Weather Channel; starting Monday, March 17, he will anchor a morning program of his own, America's Morning Headquarters With Sam Champion (or Amhq for short, weekdays 7am/6c). The Biz caught up with Champion as he prepared for the launch.
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- Stephen Battaglio
Florida Georgia Line debuted the video for “This Is How We Roll,” another in its string of fun, mindless songs from the duo on “Good Morning America” today. The tune, which features a bridge by Luke Bryan, is No. 23 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart after seven weeks. Here are a few things we learned from watching the video. You can watch it here (we will embed it when Gma’s exclusive ends Saturday). *Only women who look like Playboy playmates hang out at truck stops and rub up against 18 wheelers…and they don’t mind traveling inside the truck instead of the cab at all. *There’s nothing that being on wheels can’t fix, from two wheels to ATVs to semis, because this is, after all, how we roll. Couldn’t they fit in a unicycle? *Rising on top of an 18-wheeler as it runs down the road »
Bindi Irwin Reveals SeaWorld Partnership
"We are so thrilled to finally be joining SeaWorld on a brand new initiative called Generation Nature,” Bindi Irwin told co-anchor Robin Roberts. “Which is all about encouraging kids to get involved and become game changers for wildlife and wild places.”
"I’m so excited to be carrying on in Dad’s footsteps,” the budding actress and TV host added. “And making sure that everything he worked so hard for continues for the generations to come.”
By aligning herself and her family with SeaWorld, Bindi Irwin has given cause to animal rights activists – both the organized and the casual – to speak out. »
Crikey! Bindi Irwin, the 15-year-old daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter star Steve Irwin, has gotten herself into some hot water after her appearance on Good Morning America. Irwin, who was joined by mom Terri Irwin, 49, and brother Robert Irwin, 10, for the live interview in New York City's Times Square with co-anchor Robin Roberts, revealed that she has a new business partnership with SeaWorld. And PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, is not happy about that. "The Irwin family has been exploiting animals for years, so it comes as no surprise that Bindi has agreed to become SeaWorld's latest shill," the animal rights organization said in a statement obtained by E! »
She may only be 15, but Bindi Irwin already has a few enemies."Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin's oldest child, his widow Terri and son Robert were all on "Good Morning America" on Thursday, where they announced a new partnership with SeaWorld.And not everyone is thrilled about the news."The Irwin family has been exploiting animals for years, so it comes as no surprise that Bindi has agreed to become SeaWorld's latest shill," People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals tells toofab. "But plastering her face on SeaWorld's website won't cover up the fact that orcas, dolphins, and other animals are suffering in SeaWorld's tiny tanks after being ripped from their families." "What millions have realized -- through PETA's massive campaign and the hit documentary Blackfish -- is that SeaWorld is no place for anyone who truly cares about animals," the statement continues. "Bindi's talk-show appearances are just a flimsy »
- tooFab Staff
Bindi Irwin -- along with her mother, Terri Irwin, and brother, Robert Irwin -- stopped by "Good Morning America" on Thursday to reveal how they're continuing the late Crocodile Hunter’s legacy. The 15-year-old sat down with co-anchor Robin Roberts, bringing out the world’s cutest penguins to announce the family’s new partnership with SeaWorld. "We are so thrilled to finally be joining SeaWorld on a brand new initiative called Generation Nature," explained Bindi, "Which is all about encouraging kids to get involved and become game changers for wildlife and wild places, which encourages kids to help preserve wildlife.” Not only is Bindi a wildlife activist, but she might also be a fashion star on the rise. The eldest Irwin recently made a glam red carpet appearance at the Aacta Awards in January and was turning heads while enjoying the spotlight."I had a good time. So I'm following »
- tooFab Staff
The ratings race between ABC morning show “Good Morning America” and its NBC competitor “Today” slogged on during February sweep, with both shows laying claim to some degree of victory. For the February sweep period, “Today” took the crown in the key 25-54 news demographic, edging out “Gma” with an average 2.348 million total viewers in the demo, compared to 2.304 million for “Good Morning America.” During the sweep, “Today” slashed its year-to-year gap versus Gma in the demo by 146 percent. Also read: ‘Gma’ Scores Historic Ratings Win Over ‘Today’ Show Following the Olympics Of course, “Today” had the benefit of »
- Tim Kenneally
The next couple of weeks should prove telling in the morning news ratings derby, as NBC’s “Today” used its Olympics platform to stay in the race with stronger-than-usual numbers during the first week after the Games. ABC’s “Good Morning America” still prevailed, but there was clearly some halo effect from Sochi that the Peacock will hope to build on.
ABC, though, figured to get a boost from its first week following the Oscars, and its telecast on Monday of the current week did huge numbers. That alone should guarantee a more decisive Alphabet victory for the week.
For the Feb. 24-28 frame, “Good Morning America” averaged 5.788 million viewers, holding off “Today” (5.462 million), with “CBS This Morning” a distant third (3.058 million), according to Nielsen.
It was also close in the adults 25-54 demo, where “Gma” (2.297 million) edged “Today” (2.219 million), with both shows drawing more than double the demo audience »
- Rick Kissell
New York (AP) — Queen will embark on a summer tour with Adam Lambert as its frontman. The iconic band announced Thursday on "Good Morning America" that the 19-date U.S. tour kicks off June 19 in Chicago. It wraps July 20 in Washington, D.C. Lambert first performed with Queen in 2009 when he was a contestant on "American Idol," where he placed second. The band and Lambert have since performed together, including last year's iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas. They sang such hits as "We Are the Champions" and "We Will Rock You." Queen frontman Freddie Mercury died in 1991. Original members Brian May and Roger Taylor will be joined by Lambert at a news conference in New York on Thursday. Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday. Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. »
- AP Staff
ABC’s Good Morning America won the February sweep in overall audience despite an Olympics boost for Today, while the NBC morning infotainment show took the ratings derby in the news demo off of which ad sales are made in the daypart. With a Sochi-laden lineup, Today pulled in its best February sweep demos in two years and in overall audience in four, which would put it at the last Winter Games. Today noted it cut its year-to-year gaps with Gma during the sweep by 146% in the demo, and 95% in total viewers. But Gma managed to pull off its seventh consecutive sweep win in overall audience – and its second-most-watched sweep in more than two decades — in the teeth of Today‘s Olympics-centric February. And, compared to the 2010 February sweep, which coincides with Today‘s boost from the Vancouver Winter Games, Gma climbed 24% in overall audience and 16% in the news demo. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
The famous Irwins stopped by Good Morning America Thursday, where the family opened up about the late Crocodile Hunter star Steve Irwin and Bindi Irwin's new business partnership with SeaWorld. Bindi, 15, joined mom Terri Irwin, 49, and brother Robert Irwin, 10, for the live interview in New York City's Times Square with co-anchor Robin Roberts. "I'm incredibly proud of them," Terri said of her two children, whose father died in 2006 after being killed by a stingray. "They're just amazing kids and we're so blessed to get to continue to do our wildlife work together as a family. It's very special." Next, Bindi brought Magellanic penguins on set. "They are gorgeous. We love »
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