Few things are more heartbreaking than losing a child, and Hillary Scott told “Good Morning America” that she and her husband Chris Tyrrell suffered a miscarriage a few months ago.
During her interview on Monday (June 20), the “Need You Now” songstress stated, “Last fall, I went through a miscarriage. This is something that is not talked about very often. I also feel like there’s this pressure that you’re supposed to be able to snap your fingers and continue to walk through life like it never happened.”
Her vocal chops are second to none, and Ariana Grande gave her fans a reason to get up early today (May 20) as she performed on “Good Morning America.”
The beautiful songbird hit the Central Park stage to celebrate the release of her new album Dangerous Woman, singing the title track as well as a slew of new songs while the audience erupted with applause.
Things have been a little nutty for fans of “Live with Kelly and Michael,” and earlier today (April 26) Michael Strahan's end date was revealed.
The handsome presenter, who will take a job with “Good Morning America” this fall, will say goodbye to his current role on May 13th. This will give the team at “Live” the summer to find his replacement.
He’s been a co-anchor on “Live with Kelly and Michael” since 2012 and now Michael Strahan is gearing up for a new gig on “Good Morning America” as a full-time host.
The 44-year-old former NFL player told Us Weekly, "I look forward to continuing to work with the incredible team at GMA. It is an exciting opportunity to be able to bring unique stories and voices to the audience."
The 47-year-old actor was hotly tipped to receive a nod for a best actor Academy Award thanks to his role as Dr. Bennet Omalu in drama movie Concussion, but when the nominations were announced last Thursday (January 14) many were left shocked that no black stars featured in any of the lead categories.