Good Morning America: September 14 2012
On the September 14 2012 episode of Good Morning America, Green Day performed songs from their new album and Lady Gaga talked to Lara Spencer about her new fragrance “Fame.” Here’s what you missed on GMA September 14 2012.
Tiffany & Co. 175th Anniversary, Adele’s James Bond Theme Song
- Iconic jeweler Tiffany & Co. is celebrating their 175th birthday today.
- Adele is rumored to be the chosen singer for the new James Bond theme song, which comes out in November.
- Google has launched the Kevin “Bacon number.” If you type in Bacon number and an actor’s name, you can see how closely related they are to Bacon.
- The San Diego Zoo’s baby panda is beginning to open his eyes, which can take three weeks.
Professor Breast Feeds Baby in Class
An anthropology teacher conducting a class on “Sex, Gender and Culture,” brought her baby to school and breast-fed her in the middle of class.
American University professor Adrienne Pine’s daughter Lee was sick, and Pine had no other child care options.
Lady Gaga’s “Fame” Perfume Hits Shelves
Your chance to smell like Lady Gaga is here: the singer’s “slutty” fragrance Fame is hitting shelves, and GMA’s Lara Spencer gave it a whiff.
Heidi Klum’s “Truly Scrumptious” Children’s Collection
Model and mom Heidi Klum is launching a new children’s clothing line called Truly Scrumptious at Babies”R”Us.
The affordable collection, with all pieces under $40, debuts tomorrow and fits up to size 5t.
Shark Tank Premieres on ABC
Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec and Kevin O’Leary stopped by Good Morning America to tell Ginger Zee about the show’s new season, with 40 million dollars going out.
“This is the largest season ever in terms of dollars going out the door because I think banks aren’t lending to businesses that go on Shark Tank, we are,” O’Leary said. “We’re the ‘Bank of Tank,’ this is where to come for money.”
Herjavec said the show works because people come on the show for money and they make their dreams come true. He said the new season is very intense, and includes a lot of drama.
Shark Tank premieres tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC.
Green Day Performs for GMA Audience
Green Day performed live in Times Square Friday on the roof of Good Morning America, and will be releasing three albums in the next four months.
The band performed two songs from the first album, ¡Uno!, along with several old favorites.