Good Morning America June 12 2013 Recap
This morning was all about change on Good Morning America. Chicago is running advertisements with pregnant boys to discourage teenage pregnancy. A new study shows that wearing heels too long will cause pain and nerve damage. Dr Rebecca Bailey wants kids and teens to be safe when out in the world, but not afraid to walk out the front door. Also, Robin Roberts had an extremely powerful interview with Myrlie Evers-Williams 50 years after her husband and civil right leader Medgar Evers murder.
GMA: Teenage Boys Pregnant in New Ad & Princess Diana Biopic Trailer
Chicago is running ads with pregnant teenage boys in order to get teens thinking differently about getting intimate. Naomi Watts’ in the new Princess Diana biopic is shaping up to be a spot on representation of the People’s Princess.
GMA: Sean Lowe Saving Intimacy for Marriage & Wedding to Catherine
Sean Lowe and his bride Catherine Guidici announced that they will televise their marriage, whenever it happens. They plan to take the summer off to travel and then think about the wedding in the fall. Also, the couple isn’t shying away from their decision to save intimacy for the wedding night.
GMA: Always A Bridesmaid & High Heels Cause Nerve Damage & Foot Pain
A study in the UK found that women can only stand their high heels on average one hour six minutes and 48 seconds. Also, Christy has been a bridesmaid 14 times and saves all of the dresses she knows she never wear again.
GMA: DIY Tennis Racket Mirrors & “Safe Kids, Smart Parents” Review
Lara Spencer showed us how to get the coolest antique gifts for dad this Father’s Day, including a throne worthy of a king and DIY tennis racket mirrors. Gilles Marini stopped by GMA to chat about his hit ABC Family show, Switched At Birth. Then, Dr Rebecca Bailey wants kids and parents to be prepared when it comes to safety.
GMA: Myrlie Evers-Williams Keeps Spark of Change Alive & Laurence Fishburne Man of Steel Review
Myrlie Evers-Williams shared her husband’s quest for change. She found that being a widow doesn’t define her, it only adds to her strength. Also, Laurence Fishburne shared his favorite moments from Man of Steel.