Good Morning America: September 11 2012
The September 11 2012 episode of Good Morning America featured singer, actress and fashion designer Jessica Simpson as guest co-host. Tim Gunn stopped by to talk about his new book and Richard Gere promoted his new movie Arbitrage.
George Michael Performs at Garnier Opera House, Lady Gaga Wears Wedding Dress Out
- 1980s pop star George Michael performed Sunday at the Garnier Opera House in Paris. The singer is making a comeback after trouble with the law and his health. This was a unique concert for the opera house because it’s known for more classical performances.
- Lady Gaga wore a wedding dress while out in London over the weekend to pay tribute to Princess Diana.
- At 81-years-old, Carmen Dell’Orefice is the world’s oldest working supermodel, after getting her first start on the cover of Vogue at age 15. Dell’Orefice walked the runway at New York Fashion Week twice in one day, for designers Marimekko and Norisol Ferrari.
- A new machine, the bad breath tester, uses gas to rank the smell of your breath.
Jessica Simpson on Baby Maxwell Drew and her Fashion Line
Young Women Pay Image Consultants to Prepare Them for Sorority Rush
Many young women heading off to college choose to join a sorority. The competition to get into the best sorority at schools is getting tougher, and girls are now hiring expensive image consultants to prepare them for rush.
The Ultimate Jess Test and New Jessica Simpson iPhone App
GMA co-hosts Jessica Simpson and Josh Elliott quizzed their coworkers Lara Spencer and Amy Robach and special guest Carson Kressley on all things Simpson. There is also a new free Jessica Simpson iPhone app.
“Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible” Hits Shelves Today
Project Runway mentor Tim Gunn released a new book today called Tim Gunn’s Fashion Bible. He stopped by Good Morning America to talk to Lara Spencer about everything from Crocs and cargo capris to Cleopatra.
Richard Gere on New Movie Arbitrage
Richard Gere sat down with George Stephanopoulos to talk about his new film Arbitrage that casts him as a morally corrupt Wall Street man. The film, which also stars Susan Sarandon, comes out Friday, September 14 2012.
Good Morning America: New 9/11 Reflection Series
For the next few months, Good Morning America will be partnering with Yahoo and Edward Jones to show conversations with newsmakers about the 9/11 attacks. ABC News’ Bob Woodruff talked with Michael Arad, who designed the New York 9/11 Memorial.
9/11 Memorial Designer Michael Arad
“It changed who I am,” Arad said. “I became a New Yorker because of what happened here and I wanted to capture that and create a place that really allowed people to come together and be here to reflect on what happened here not alone but as a community, a public space where people gather and congregate.”