Days after dealing with the whiplash of being shamed and then celebrated for having a day job at Trader Joes, actor Geoffrey Owens (who played Elvin, the charmingly skittish husband of the worst Huxtable child Sandra, on The Cosby Show) went on Good Morning America to chat with Robin Roberts.
Miss America is rebranding itself, in case you were wondering.
Two of the five women who came forward to accuse James Franco of inappropriate sexual behavior sat down with Good Morning America’s Amy Robach to elaborate on their allegations against the actor and to discuss why they went public.
Uh oh! Good Morning America’s Amy Robach did not say the words she should have said Monday morning on television. During a live segment about diversity in Hollywood, Robach dropped the old “colored people” label and people noticed.
The View’s garbage-covered Wheel of Random Hosts, which producers use to select new panelists, has spun and landed on: Good Morning America’s Sara Haines.
Sashaying onto Good Morning America on Monday, Misty Copeland—the first African American female principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater—debuted her collaboration with toy company Mattel as a part of the brand’s new Sheroes program: a Misty Copeland Barbie doll.
Michael Strahan is departing his co-hosting gig at Live! with Kelly and Michael to join Good Morning America. He’s appeared on GMA twice a week for the last two years and while the new opportunity is worth celebration, it’s also the end of an era of quiet but radical racial representation.
Hillary Clinton bought a Powerball ticket. She probably won’t win. But in a distant parallel universe, on a planet similar to Earth, there’s a scenario in which Clinton wins tonight’s $1.5 billion Powerball and loses the presidential election. With her prize money and depression over failing to become the world’s most…
Lupita Nyong’o appeared on Good Morning America Friday morning to discuss her role in the upcoming Star Wars movie because Disney is the parent company of both ABC and Lucasfilm. Synergy!
Carrie Fisher recently stopped by Good Morning America to talk about the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens film, and it might be one of the best interviews I have ever seen. First of all, Fisher brought a special guest, Gary, her French bulldog with a permanently stuck-out tongue. He would have almost stolen the…
Good Morning America turned forty this month, celebrating with a marathon broadcast and a reunion of previous anchors. Its fierce rival Today is older, of course, dating back to 1952. However, GMA was launched in the mid 1970s, which presents a wonderful opportunity to gawk at wacky-ass throwback styles.
Man-sized sebaceous cyst Donald Trump appeared on Good Morning America Tuesday to promote his book, which is, hand to God, called Crippled America. He also made time to attack fellow presidential candidate Ben Carson for his lack of “experience.”
It’s the last business day before Halloween, which means it’s the day all your coworkers pressure you into showing off your fun personality through your team costume as all the spices in a spice rack.
In an interview with Good Morning America on Wednesday, Beverly Johnson said she forgives Bill Cosby for drugging and assaulting her in the ’80s.
Beyoncé recently spoke to Good Morning America about the new vegan lifestyle that’s helped her lose weight. Now she’s looking to pay it forward (by, uh, convincing everybody else to pay for it).
Sandra Lee, America’s patron saint of not going the extra mile, has been appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America quite a bit lately, and Page Six reports that it’s no accident. The former host of Food Network’s Semi-Homemade Meals and current purveyor of a line of margaritas called Cocktail Time is “about to launch a…
Sometimes, in #Journalism, our words have an unexpected effect. They develop a life of their own, scampering out into the world to ignite a series of events we could have never imagined, not in our wildest dreams.
Alt Headline: Hey, Good Morning America: What the Fuck Is This Shit?
Peak morning television has been achieved. I repeat: peak morning television has been achieved. Cancel all of the shows and send all of the perky people home to annoy the shit out of their friends and families.