Live With Kelly May 25, 2012: Seth Myers, Bill Paxton, Judith Light

Live With Kelly: May 25, 2012

For the third time in a row, Seth Meyers joined Kelly as guest co-host. Today’s show featured Bill Paxton from Hatfields & McCoys, Judith Light from the play Other Desert Cities, and road trip games. Click on each link to find out more about each segment.

Live With Kelly: Seth Meyers & Mexico

Kelly Ripa told Seth Meyers how viewers can win one of 10 Mexico vacations by watching the show.

Live With Kelly: SNL’s Seth Myers Co-Hosted

Saturday Night Live Head Writer Seth Myers joined Kelly for the third time in a row for today’s show. All of the audience was made up of U.S. military personnel, because it is Fleet Week in New York. They discussed the military as well as family vacations. Kelly also announced a new Live Giveaway with Mexico Tourism, where viewers can win a trip to Mexico. Later in the show, they learned some fun road trip games for the summer.

Live with Kelly: Seth Myers Co-Hosts Fleet Week Show

Live With Kelly: Bill Paxton Hatfields & McCoys

Bill Paxton joined Seth and Kelly to talk about his upcoming History Channel miniseries, Hatfields & McCoys. The series is based on the true story of a nineteenth century feud between two families. He also discussed his Titanic expeditions with James Cameron and his connection to an amazing real historical event.

Live With Kelly: Bill Paxton “Hatfields & McCoys” Interview

Live With Kelly: Judith Light Other Desert Cities

Emmy-winning actress Judith Light discussed her career in soap operas and sitcoms, her New Jersey roots, and Tony-nominated role in the play, Other Desert Cities, with Seth and Kelly.

Live with Kelly: Judith Light “Other Desert Cities” Interview

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