Good Morning America: Hot on the Show
Leah Remini was on Good Morning America to talk about her new role in The Exes, as well as her new reality show It’s All Relative. Also, find out why Robert Kraft and the New England Patriots recently held a clinic for moms of football players.
GMA: Leah Remini It’s All Relative Review
Leah Remini was on Good Morning America with Lara Spencer recently to talk about her new role in the TV show The Exes and her new reality show It’s All Relative. A clip from It’s All Relative showed Leah Remini trying to keep her mother from getting a tattoo, and her mother told her she was micromanaging. Leah Remini said her mother thinks she’s the true star of the show, and that she keeps saying she’s going to be offered a sitcom. She said filming the show is really fun, and she likes spending time working with her family.
In the first episode of It’s All Relative, Leah Remini made the decision to leave the Church of Scientology, and she said the support of her family was very helpful. She said she’d love to work with Kevin James again. Her favorite TV family is I Love Lucy, and her favorite family recipe is tuna casserole, but she says that she’s the only one who likes it.
Good Morning America: Preventing Football Injuries
Football is the most popular sport in America, and also the roughest. In Foxborough, Massachusetts, moms recently learned how they can keep their children safe on the football field. The program is called Heads Up, and is run by USA Football who’s partnered with the NFL. The clinic is hosted by Robert Kraft and the New England Patriots.
Dr. Jen Ashton sat down with Robert Kraft to talk about the clinic. She asked if he had ever received a phone call from one of his players’ mothers, and he said no, but he has received phone calls from wives before. He said he decided to target moms with the clinic because he believes they’re the ones making the decision about what sports kids are going to play.
The professional football players teach moms how to stand, dive, and even hit with the focus of safety. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said that they want moms to know what to look for in their kids to help keep them safe and prevent concussions on the football field.
Dr. Jen Ashton said that it’s good for parents to learn as much about the sports their child participate in as possible. Good Morning America asked viewers if they’d let their child play football. 45% said yes, and 55% said no.