GMA: Madonna Personal Training
Good Morning America sent correspondent Cynthia McFadden to find out how pop star Madonna stays in shape. Cynthia McFadden went through the training that Madonna herself goes through every morning with Madonna’s personal trainer Nicole Winhoffer. Madonna works out six days a week, for two hours a day, in order to be able to do the dance moves she pulls off on her tours.
The workout is a high-energy workout and strength training. After about ten minutes of the warm-up, Cynthia McFadden was ready to give up.
Nicole Winhoffer has a new training DVD out called Addicted to Sweat, which gives people the chance to work out just like Madonna.
GMA: Kate Upton Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Cover
Kate Upton has been announced as the model on the cover of this year’s Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, for the second year in a row. This hasn’t been done since the ’90s, when Tyra Banks did it in ’96 and ’97.
When the actress got the cover last year, she came under fire by a blogger called skinnygirl, who wrote that Kate Upton was “thick” and “terrible body definition – she looks like a squishy brick.”
Cynthia Bailey, one of the stars of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and a former model herself, said that Kate Upton is appealing because of the way she looks, since not a lot of models in Sports Illustrated look like Kate Upton.
GMA: Lay’s Chicken and Waffles Chips
Lay’s potato chips challenged consumers to come up with their own ideas for a flavor of potato chips. 3.8 million people sent in ideas, but only three were chosen. Now, there will be three different flavors of Lay’s on the shelves that consumers can vote on, to determine which one will ultimately be the winner. The person who suggested the winning flavor gets one million dollars.
All three of the finalists and their chips were at Good Morning America February 11 2013 and Sam Champion tried out the chips. The flavors were chicken and waffles, garlic bread and cheese and sriracha.
GMA: Power Rangers Mega Force Stars Come to GMA
The stars of Power Rangers: Mega Force came by Good Morning America to celebrate their 20th anniversary. Power Rangers: Mega Force is the most-watched live action show. The Power Rangers danced around the set and did martial arts tricks like roundhouse kicks and punches into the air.