After interviewing Juror #9 on ‘CBS This Morning,’ Gayle King quoted him as saying, “We’ve all seen Mr. Weinstein. None of us felt we needed to see him nude.”
After mocking Prince George for taking ballet, Lara Spencer invited male dancers to “GMA” to discuss stigma and shaming. But what about the impulse to laugh in the first place?
Prince Andrew’s Jeffrey Epstein statement was lacking in specifics. Plus, why Lara Spencer should apologize to Prince George, William, and Kate on Monday’s ‘Good Morning America.’
The comedian went in on the fired Trump White House ‘aide’ for calling the African-American community ‘my community and my people.’
After the ousted White House aide—famed for her shameless loyalty to Trump—claimed she has a “profound story to tell,” not everyone on ABC’s morning show bought her sincerity.
‘It’s gross,’ the high-powered feminist attorney said of the mega-producer’s behavior, while never explicitly calling what he did ‘sexual harassment.’
Will Kelly Ripa return to Live!? How can ABC smooth relations between her and Michael Strahan before he heads to GMA? Whatever, everyone on screen is smiling as deliriously as possible.