Good Morning America: Superman Dumps Lois Lane for Wonder Woman

ADVERTISEMENT

GMA: Superman Dumps Lois Lane

Good Morning America‘s pop culture headlines for the day included Bo’s White House Diet and a wild peacock in Queens, New York. But first, in a new issue of DC comic book Justice League 12, Superman dumps Lois Lane. The “other woman” in this love triangle? Wonder Woman.

GMA: Superman Dumps Lois Lane

In GMA pop culture news, Superman dumps Lois Lane for Wonder Woman, Bo Obama is on a diet, and there's a loose peacock in Queens, New York. (catwalker / Shutterstock.com)

ADVERTISEMENT

According to the writers, the new pair has “super chemistry” and their relationship will have “seismic impact” on all the heroes and villains in the DC universe. Wonder Woman has been trying to win over Superman since 1988, and it seems her efforts have finally paid off. Lois Lane could not be reached for comment.

Good Morning America: Bo Obama New Diet

Bo, the Portuguese Water Dog owned by the Obama family, is on a diet. President Barack Obama instructed the chefs at the Kids State Dinner to not feed Bo. At the event, President Obama met the winners of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Healthy Recipe Contest for Kids. Bo apparently will eat anything he sees, and now it’s catching up to him.

There were 54 winning recipes at the Kids State Dinner, and they included everything from fish tacos to apple oat balls. The First Lady’s goal was to inspire children to create recipes that are both healthy and tasty.  There were over 1,200 entries in the contest, which was judged by chefs from the White House, the recipe website Epicurious.com and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. There is no word on whether or not Bo managed to sneak a treat at the Presidential event.

ADVERTISEMENT

GMA: Peacock On the Loose in Queens

A peacock has been spotted roaming around in Queens, New York. Several people have reported seeing the bird in Kew Gardens and Flushing. The Queens Zoo and Queens Botanical Garden said the peacock did not escape from their facilities, and both organizations have expressed interest in adopting the colorful critter. The peacock has managed to evade both animal control and NYPD’s elite emergency service unit.

ADVERTISEMENT

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Human Verification: In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic.