Good Morning America July 1 2014
Adam Levine didn’t make a lot of money for his first movie role. Kelly Osbourne is a Disney villain, and she’s very excited about it. A new ad campaign has people questioning the phrase “like a girl.” Plus, First Wives Club headed to Broadway, Rafael Nadal’s tennis trick, best fried chicken recipes, crowdfunding for weddings, living like a celebrity, the biggest U.S. fans at the World Cup, Andy Grammer performance, Dog Vs. Dog competition, and a call for firefighters to lip sync, all on Good Morning America July 1.
GMA: Pop News
Adam Levine didn’t make any money for his role in Begin Again. First Wives Club is making its way to Broadway. Plus, Rafael Nadal’s video of some amazing tennis tricks.
Good Morning America: Like a Girl
A new campaign from Always is making people ask if it’s ok to use the phrase “like a girl.” Also, why do so many girls have such low self esteem when they reach puberty?
GMA: Fried & True
Lee Brian Schrager set out to find the best fried chicken in America, and ended up writing Fried & True. Find out what motivated him, and get the recipe for Korean Fried Chicken.
Good Morning America: Wedding Crowdfunding & Celebrity Lifestyle
Is it OK to ask for money from friends, family, and even strangers to fund your wedding? What would it be like to live life like a celebrity? Plus, the biggest U.S. fans at the 2014 Fifa World Cup.
GMA: Kelly Osbourne Disney Villain + Andy Grammer Performance
Kelly Osbourne was on Good Morning America to talk about being a Disney villain. Andy Grammer performed one of his new songs. Plus, the Dog Vs. Dog competition is nearing its end, and a new competition is asking for fire departments to send in lip syncing videos.