Kelly & Michael: June 26 2014
Recapo Update: Here are the links to the segments
Michael Strahan’s going to have an awesome day on June 26 2014. Kelly Ripa will still be on vacation and Chrissy Teigen will be joining Michael as his cohost. They will sit down and talk to Scandal star Tony Goldwyn about his new Lifetime movie Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs. They will also talk to Ben Falcone about his new movie Tammy. These are going to be some great guests. I’m particularly excited for Ben Falcone.
Kelly & Michael: Chrissy Teigen
Beth Behrs, from Two Broke Girls joined Michael as his cohost on June 23 and June 24 2014 while model Brooklyn Decker joined Michael at the cohost desk on June 25 2014. Now model Chrissy Teigen will be Michael’s cohost on June 26 2014.
Kelly & Michael: Tony Goldwyn
Michael & Chrissy Teigen will be sitting down to talk to Tony Goldwyn on June 26 2014. He is best known for his role as President Fitzgerald Thomas Grant III on the hit ABC show Scandal. He will probably talk about Scandal for a bit, but he is coming to talk about his new Lifetime movie Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs, which will premiere on June 28 2014. Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs is about a Mormon leader who was on the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list for arranging underage marriages. Goldwyn plays Warren Jeffs.
Kelly & Michael: Ben Falcone
Ben Falcone will also be stopping by to sit down and talk to Michael and Chrissy Teigen about his new movie Tammy. Susan Sarandon and Melissa McCarthy already came by to talk about Tammy, which will be in theaters on July 2 2014. McCarthy talked about how he came up with the idea and how they wrote most of it together on napkins in their car after they dropped their kids off from school. She also talked about how they got the inspiration for the movie because they both grew up in small towns in Illinois. It will be interesting to get his take on all of this. Falcone’s in the movie, but he also wrote and directed it. It will be interesting to hear him talk about all that went into the movie and how it got made. McCarthy mentioned it took six years.