Good Morning America April 30 2013 Recap
Good Morning America had a lot of news to cover April 30 2013. They sat down with Jason Collins to talk about his decision to come out as gay publicly, Sherri Shepherd stopped by to talk about her new book and Isla Fisher updated everyone on her role in The Great Gatsby.
GMA: Jason Collins Comes Out as the First Professional Gay Athlete
Jason Collins came out as gay, making him the first professional athlete to publicly tell everyone he is a homosexual.
GMA: Ireland Baldwin Defends Father & Stands Up to Critics in Post
Ireland Baldwin recently took to social media to stand up for herself against some hateful comments from critics, and she also defended her father and his past mistakes.
GMA: Sherri Shepherd Plan D Review & Daily Meals to Control Diabetes
Good Morning America talked with Sherri Shepherd about her newest book, Plan D, Jenny McCarthy being on The View and the meals she eats to control her diabetes.
GMA: Isla Fisher as Myrtle Wilson & Robert De Niro’s Drink of Choice
Good Morning America sat down with Isla Fisher to talk about her role in The Great Gatsby and they learned Robert De Niro only drinks a very certain cocktail. Click the link below to find out what it is.
Good Morning America: Deals & Steals April 30 2013 – Rustic Cuffs
Good Morning America had a single Ultimate Deals and Steals bargain for viewers today. They were offering the ultimate arm candy from Rustic Cuff, a golden cuff that can be customized with your name cut into the metal. The original price was $135, but with the GMA deal the cuffs only cost $48.
GMA: Kenny Chesney “Pirate Flag” Performance
He has had over 24 number one hits, sold more than 30 million albums and his newest album, Life on a Rock, came out today. Kenny Chesney stopped by Good Morning America to perform his newest single, “Pirate Flag,” but not before revealing the entire album wasn’t actually supposed to be released.
Chesney told Good Morning America the album is very personal for him. He has been working on the songs for over six years and never actually thought he would want them to be put on a record. In the end though, Chesney said he felt good about releasing the album.