Kelly Ripa: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire
Kelly Ripa is so famous that she is now a question on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. See if you remember this Live! With Kelly moment.
“Demonstrating the voice-deepening effects of sulfur hexaflouride, the “evil twin” of helium, Kelly Ripa delivered what line on her show?”
Kelly laughed and said she didn’t even remember the right answer. The contestant got the question right for $10,000. Kelly was hosting with Neil Patrick Harris when they did the experiment. She said, “Luke, I am you father.” The contestant walked away with $14,000. Michael said that the contestant should give Kelly a cut of the prize, at least ten percent.
Regis Philbin & Kelly Ripa on Wheel of Fortune
Kelly said that she and Regis Philbin were once an answer on Wheel of Fortune. The entire puzzle was filled in, but the players kept getting the answer wrong. Michael said it was because they were all Marines and had more important things to do than watch Live! With Regis & Kelly.
“They do more before this show comes on than we do all day,” Michael Strahan said.
Kelly got a call from Neil Patrick Harris during that episode of Wheel of Fortune saying how hilarious it was.
Anthony Weiner get Twitter account
Kelly was thrilled that Anthony Weiner has his Twitter account back. Wiener was the man that sent raunchy pictures of his privates to women. It really doesn’t make things better that his name is “Weiner.” Michael said their should is all about second chances, so he and A.J. Clemente deserve a redeeming moment on air.
William Lambert gets a second chance at March Into Spring Trivia
William Lambert from Leesburg, Virginia was yesterday’s March Into Spring Trivia contestant. Unfortunately, Live! with Kelly & Michael was not shown on Friday due to the Boston manhunt coverage. William lost the prize, but the show’s legal team decided to give him another shot. He played for Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort in St. Lucia.
“How old did we say that Pierce will turn on his next birthday?”
William didn’t think he knew the answer, but then he blurted out “60!” Talk about second chances. “Do overs are great!” he agreed.