Kelly & Michael: September 17 2014
Kelly Ripa & Michael Strahan had a jam-packed, yet fun day on September 17 2014. Julianna Margulies came by to talk to Kelly & Michael about the sixth season of The Good Wife and some of the amazing guest stars they have coming up. Survivor host Jeff Probst also came by to talk about Survivor as well as his new book Stranded: Shadow Island, which kids love. Plus, chef Eric Ripert came by to share his ratatouille recipe. He’s also a part of the UniChef cookbook. It was a very full but great day on Live! With Kelly & Michael.
Kelly & Michael: Kelly’s Maintenance, Michael’s Shoot + Friends
Kelly & Michael started the day as they usually do: by talking about their days. Kelly had a maintenance day yesterday where she went to the dentist and got her hair cut and colored. Michael, meanwhile, did a watch shoot on a boat, and some people got very seasick.
Kelly & Michael: Vegan, Best Places to Live + Fifth Avenue Mile
Kelly & Michael then talked about how New York has the most vegan options, which nobody really seemed to care about, the best places you can live in the US, and the happiest countries in the world. It was a little unclear how they came up with the criteria for the happiest countries though.
Kelly & Michael: Julianna Margulies
Julianna Margulies came by to talk about the sixth season of The Good Wife and some of the amazing guest stars they have coming up including Gloria Steimen, which is so exciting and unbelievable. She actually really watches the show. Margulies also talked about her tradition of drinking wine on her way to the Emmys.
Kelly & Michael: Jeff Probst
Jeff Probst also came by to talk about hosting Survivor, which he’s been hosting for 15 years, as well as his new book Stranded: Shadow Island, which is available now. He also talked about coming to his decision to shave his chest while he was on Two and a Half Men.
Kelly & Michael: Eric Ripert
Finally, chef Eric Ripert came by to share his ratatouille recipe with Kelly & Michael and also gave Kelly a lesson on female and male eggplants. You want to try to get a male eggplant because it’s less bitter. He’s a part of the UniChef cookbook, which will go to help UNICEF.