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Michael Strahan To Good Morning America Part-Time

Categories // Entertainment Monday, 07 April 2014

elle-january-cherchez-michael-Strahan-0113-xlnEx-New York Giant Michael Strahan, who replaced Regis Philbin as Kelly Ripa’s cohost on the popular talk show (for which “Live! With Regis and Kelly” was renamed “Live! With Kelly and Michael”) is now going to host “Good Morning America” twice a week on top of his duties on his show with Ripa.

Strahan spoke to the audience of “Live!” to assure them he would still host the show and would remain diligent to his responsibilities there.

"I just want everyone to know and you to know that no matter what, this is my No. 1 priority, and you are my No. 1 priority,” Strahan said. “I would never do anything to jeopardize the quality of what I do here."

Porsha Williams Might be Out after Kenya Moore Fight

Rumor has it Porsha Williams might get the boot after a minor brawl with Kenya Moore. And Moore was rightfully upset about the assault — calling 911 after the fight at the reunion.

TMZ reports producers do not want to bring back Williams for season 7 of the hit reality show.

“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” has a no violence policy. And Williams clearly violated that policy. During Moore’s call to a 911 dispatcher, she was breathing heavily out of frustration and revealed, “I’ve just been assaulted.”
No arrest was made. But it’s sure to be ratings gold!

OWN Ushers in New Season of “Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s”

“Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s,” which averages 1 million views per episode, came back for it’s fourth season last month. The reality show, which features the ups and downs of a successful soul food franchise based out of St. Louis, is set to follow the Montgomery family as they prepare to expand their empire to either Houston, TX or Los Angeles, which is the premise of their new season.

"Tim keeps pushing on me about opening a restaurant in Houston," Miss Robbie says. "In my opinion, if there's going to be a restaurant outside of St. Louis, it should be L.A."

“Welcome To Sweetie Pie’s,” which debuted on the OWN Network in 2011, details the lives of former Ikette Robbie Montgomery, the matriarch and founder of the business, her son, Tim, and their extended family, including her nephew, Lil’ Charles, Tim’s son and his fiancée, as they run and expand the business. The series is a two-time NAACP Image Award nominee and winner of 2013’s “Best Reality Series” Award.

‘Sweet Pies’ airs Saturdays at 9:00 PM on OWN.

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