Good Morning America May 17 2013 Recap
On May 17 2013, GMA sent us off into the weekend with plenty of pop news. A somewhat inappropriate rendering of Golden Girl Bea Arthur sold at a Christie’s art auction. Christina Aguilera showed off her healthy body. Jennie Runk shut down critics of her plus sized modeling career. Also, Rob Lowe talked about his crazy new role in Behind the Candelabra.
GMA: Bea Arthur Naked Painting $1.9 Million & Scandal Live Read Finale
Bea Arthur never sat for a painting, but there is one of her out there! John Currin took photos of Arthur in her clothing and imagined her naked on canvas. The stars of Scandal did a live read of their epic and shocking season two finale.
GMA: Christina Aguilera Flaunts New Body & Pat Robertson on Cheating
The 700 Club‘s Pat Robertson is running his mouth again. This time, he told viewers that husbands with ugly wives are allowed to cheat. Also, Christina Aguilera’s new body is a healthy inspiration for women. She embraces her curves and keeps up on her exercise.
GMA: Zendaya Vs Jacoby Jones DWTS Finale & Jennie Runk Plus Size Model
Jennie Runk is my new role model. The size 12-14 model said that she doesn’t care what the critics say, she is the only person that can judge herself. GMA placed their bet on Jacoby Jones to win Dancing With the Stars, but read why Zendaya may steal the show and the mirrorball from the Super Bowl star.
GMA: Behind the Candelabra Review & Rob Lowe Face Lift Transformation
Mom, for Halloween this year I’m going as Rob Lowe from Behind the Candelabra. That will scare more than candy out of those other kids. Lowe’s facial transformation for the film about Liberace’s love with Scott Thorson is dramatic. He said he is proud of the role, but it came at a painful price.
GMA: Ethan Hawke & Julie Delpy Reunite & North America Mini-Series on Discovery Channel
Ehtan Hawke and Julie Delpy star in the third installment of their romance series, out May 24. They reprise their roles as Celine and Jesse for Before Midnight, a romance that has captured audiences for almost 20 years. Also, read about what you can expect from the new series, North America. High definition polar bears won’t rip your head off, but they look like they sure could.