Good Morning America July 8 2014
Taylor Swift feels confident in the future of the music industry, and Chris Colfer just published a new book. Plus, Neil Diamond’s new greatest hits album, comfortable seating in AMC Movie Theaters, adopting Lara Spencer, healthy foods that can ruin your diet, Venus the cat, Diane Keaton in And So It Goes, Married at First Sight, the GMA Beauty in a Flash Poll, and a performance from the cast of Holler If Ya Hear Me, all on Good Morning America.
GMA: Pop News
Neil Diamond just released All-Time Greatest Hits, and it features some exclusive recordings of his most popular songs. AMC Movie Theaters are adding La-Z-Boy style recliners to their move theaters. Plus, a dog up for adoption named Lara Spencer.
Good Morning America: Heat Index
Taylor Swift wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal about her confidence in the future of the music industry. Venus the cat was on the show. Plus, why some healthy foods might be ruining your diet.
GMA: Diane Keaton
Diane Keaton was on Good Morning America to talk about her new movie And So It Goes, and why she loves the message in the film about second chances. She also discussed how much she loved working with Michael Douglas, and why she doesn’t like seeing herself on film.
Good Morning America: Chris Colfer
You probably know Chris Colfer from his role on Glee, but did you know he’s also a successful author? He was on Good Morning America to talk about his newest book, and what other jobs he’s taking on in the near future.
GMA: Married at First Sight, Broadway & Beauty in a Flash
Is the new show Married at First Sight taking things too far? The Beauty in a Flash Poll had Tasha Monique feeling beautiful. Plus, a performance from the cast of Holler If You Hear Me.