Good Morning America September 13 2012
The Good Morning America September 13 2012 episode featured a visit from Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars contestant Emmitt Smith, Oscar winning actress Susan Sarandon and the Kardashian sisters.
Lincoln Trailer Released, Channing Tatum and Magic Mike Sequel
- The trailer for the biopic Lincoln will be released today on Google+. The film, starring Daniel Day Lewis and Sally Field, hit theaters in November.
- Channing Tatum said he will direct the Magic Mike sequel if need be. He is already tossing ideas around for the next movie, and thinks it will involve a road trip.
- A West Virginia woman bought a box of things at a flea market for $7 and wound up with a Renoir painting.
- Animal photobombing is the newest rage, and Buzzfeed has complied a list of the best.
Iyanla: Fix My Life with Iyanla Vanzant on OWN
Iyanla Vanzant’s new Oprah Winfrey Network show Iyanla: Fix My Life helps people heal themselves after trouble in their lives. Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada is the subject of the first episode, premiering Saturday.
Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke to Appear on Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars
Season three winners of Dancing with the Stars Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke will hit the dance floor again in the show’s upcoming all-star season. Smith is ready to add another Mirror-Ball Trophy to his collection.
One Year Anniversary of the Kardashian Kollection
Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian joined Lara Spencer on Good Morning America to celebrate the one year anniversary of their popular clothing line, the Kardashian Kollection.
Susan Sarandon in Arbitrage Opens Tomorrow
Academy Award winning actress Susan Sarandon, who has more than 60 movies to her name, sat down with Good Morning America’s Amy Robach to talk about her upcoming roles. Sarandon is in six movies this year, including Arbitrage with Richard Gere.
2013 Guinness Book of World Records
The 2013 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records hit shelves today, and GMA’s Josh Elliott talked to Stuart Claxton, who is the U.S. Spokesman for Guinness World Records.
According to Claxton, there are 50,000 inquiries to get into the book each year, and there are close to 4,000 records in the book. Good Morning America is even in the book this year for having the most makeovers in 24 hours.
A few of the record holders visited GMA to celebrate. At 44 inches tall, Denise Doorlag’s Great Dane, Zeus, is the world’s tallest dog. Taking Zeus out is not just a walk in the park.
“It’s pretty crazy,” Doorlag said. “Everybody just kind of mobs around him and everybody wants pictures taken with him, they just think he’s awesome.”
At three feet and 8.6 inches, Kazuhiro Watanabe has the world’s tallest mohawk. Watanabe uses three cans of hairspray and gelatin to get it to stay up. He only does the mohawk on special occasions because he has to walk on all fours to get into rooms.