Today Show: George Martin Game Of Thrones & Lionel Richie Performs

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Today Show: June 7 2013

On Today Show June 7 2013, Barack Obama’s spy program has caused enough controversy to garner the attention of the Huffington Post, who combined his face with a controversial political figure. George Martin was also interviewed, and he explained why he switched to writing books and the reasoning behind his willingness to kill of beloved characters. Finally, Lionel Richie performed and made an announcement that is sure to excite his plans.

Today Show: Barack Obama George Bush Photo & Miami Heat Prancercise

Today’s trending topics included a political photo of Barack Obama and George Bush, Deval Patrick getting drunk following the capture of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, iPhone trades, the Miami Heat Prancercising, Jimmy Fallon remixing footage of Brian Williams to recreate Warren G’s “Regulate,” Mindy Crandall letting Gloria C. Mackenzie cut in line when buying Powerball tickets, and the resurgence of bingo in the form of Cosmic Bingo and Rebel Bingo.

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Today Show: George Martin Game Of Thrones & Lionel Richie Performs

George Martin doesn’t like writing for television. Why not? (Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com)

Today Show: Barack Obama George Bush Photo & Miami Heat Prancercise

Today: George Martin Not Afraid To Kill Characters In Game Of Thrones

Ryan Seacrest interviewed Game Of Thrones author George Martin, who talked about his willingness to kill of characters, his apprehension of handing those characters over to TV writers, and when he may release his new book.

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Today: George Martin Not Afraid To Kill Characters In Game Of Thrones

Today: Lionel Richie Performs All Night Long & Announces American Tour

Lionel Richie, a pop-culture icon that has sold over 100 million records worldwide and won five Grammys, performed three of his biggest hits on the show today. “All Night Long,” “Hello,” and “Stuck On You,” all highlighted the announcement of Lionel’s American summer tour this year, his first American tour in over a decade.

Today: Lionel Richie Performs All Night Long & Announces American Tour

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