The “Scream Queens” and “Akeelah and the Bee” star has become a frequent presence on the show, and was most recently seen on Monday’s episode. She turns 26 next month, and will likely help ratings by attracting younger viewers to the show alongside co-hosts Strahan, 47, and Haines, 41.
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This will be the latest rebrands for the talk show, which launched in September of 2018 as “Gma Day” but was changed to “Strahan and Sara” in January. No word yet on a new title for the show.
The afternoon program was originally intended to act as a third hour of “Good Morning America