Kelly & Michael: Rangers Vs. Kings
It was a big hockey weekend this weekend. The Rangers won on Thursday and are in the Stanley Cup finals. The LA Kings also won last night, so they’re going to play the Rangers. It’s New York vs. LA. Michael has friends on both teams, so he’s not going to pick a side. Michael did ask Kelly if she wanted to bet though. Kelly got New York and Michael got LA. Michael didn’t want to do one of Kelly’s workouts as the bet though. It was too intense. Michael takes too many breaks.
Kelly & Michael: Top Fitness Instructor Winner Tammy Harris
Last week was the Top Fitness Instructor Week. Kelly & Michael worked out with each of the finalists. Kelly & Michael announced the winner today. It was Tammy Harris from Houston, Texas. She was the one that danced with Kelly & Michael. She won $10,000. Kelly & Michael thought the clip of them doing the workout was hilarious. You can watch all of the segments and get workout tips from each of the finalists on the website.
Spin into Summer Travel Trivia: President Obama
Kelly & Michael were worried about the beach balls for the Spin into Summer Travel Trivia. The Spin into Summer Travel Trivia dancer was Claire Vonick from Cleveland, Ohio. Kelly said she was adorable, but got her name wrong.
Larry Hall from Dacula, Georgia was the contestant. His picture was his morning look. He’s retired, but he used to be an airline pilot, which was so cool! He actually sounded like a pilot because he was breaking up the whole time.
He played for the La Playa Beach Club and Resort in Naples, Florida. He can fly himself there! It’s eight days and seven nights and includes breakfast and lunch daily, two spa treatments per person and round trip airfare courtesy of Hotwire. It’s valued at $7,700. The question was:
Hall said that was a tough question. He got it wrong. He thought it might have been the Oval Office, but it was in the Blue Room. Kelly said they never would have let them in the Oval Office. He and an audience member still got eight place settings of American made fine china from Lenox, which is valued at $500. He picked number 24 to get the prize.