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Ann Romney cooked up some Welsh cakes and hung out with a horse on the set of Good Morning America today, which she guest-hosted alongside George Stephanopoulos. At first we thought she had opted to repeat the Oscar de la Renta dress she wore for the Republican National Convention (her best outfit so far, in our humble opinion), but upon closer inspection today’s look was cinched with a sash and had a few extra buttons up the front. That’s not to say that was the last time you’ll see her in Oscar, however!
Robyn Lawley has already earned her stripes as a plus-size high fashion model, posing for the covers of major magazines including French Elle, Vogue Australia and Vogue Italia, as well as fronting a much-lauded lingerie campaignfor British brand Boux Avenue. Now, however, she’s landed what’s arguably her biggest gig yet, as Ralph Lauren‘s first-ever plus-size campaign model.
Jason Lee Parry, the photographer behind the now infamous image of then 15-year-old Hailey Clauson perched open-legged on top of a motorcycle, stopped by Good Morning America to defend himself against allegations made in a $28 million lawsuit filed by Clauson’s parents.
Somebody call the FCC! The audience at Nicki Minaj‘s concert on today’s edition of Good Morning America got a little more than it bargained for when the singer’s teensy shirt slipped a few inches, revealing her left nipple.
It’s official: 10-year-old model Thylane Blondeau has made it stateside. The genetically blessed child was the subject of a segment on this morning’s “Good Morning America” which asked the somewhat obvious question, “How young is too young?” While we asked the same thing ourselves, there are a few things GMA seems to be confused about — including the age of the average model you see every single day in magazines.
Tyra Banks stopped by Good Morning America this morning to chat with Robin Roberts about her new book, life at Harvard Business School, and her hopes for a legacy beyond this lifetime. The segment was hilarious for a variety of reasons, including but not limited to her almost terrifying amount of energy, the absurdist Harry Potter-meets-ANTM plot of her book, and the fact that she was wearing a gold wing-shaped decoration on her face.
Meet Eden Wood. At the ripe young age of six and with 300 wins under her sash, Wood has announced her retirement from the beauty pageant circuit. Wood made a name for herself on the much maligned (though certainly addictive) TLC reality show, “Toddlers & Tiaras” — the show on which one can watch the under-five set model Madonna-esque cone bras, while overbearing stage mothers force their terrified toddlers to get their eyebrows waxed and bleach their teeth.
This morning uber stylist and reality television star Rachel Zoe went on Good Morning America to critique Kate Middleton’s packing job for her two week tour through Canada and North America. Except, in lieu of actually critiquing anything, Zoe and Robin Roberts spent four minutes singing Middleton’s praises. But that’s cool, we probably would have done the same thing! Have you seen her ensembles?
When we found out we were going to see Beyonce perform live for Good Morning America, we jokingly texted a friend that it would be a life changing experience. We were wrong to joke.
When it comes to singers with wacky style, the first name that comes to mind is Lady Gaga and the second is Rihanna. In a stroke of holiday weekend luck, the pop stars performed on dueling morning shows today. Which pantsless lady looked finest? That’s up to you to decide.
In a new series of video interviews, Sheena Upton — better known by her alias Kerry Campbell or her nickname Botox Mom — reaffirmed that the story about giving her daughter Botox injections was entirely made up. In fact, Upton says, she’s not even sure what Botox is.
The eight year old girl whose mother regularly injected her with Botox (and recently defended her actions on national morning television) has been removed from her home and put into protective custody, Good Morning America reports.
In news that should surprise absolutely no one, a mother who regularly injects her 8-year-old daughter with Botox (and who unapologetically defended her actions on national television) is now being investigated by the human services agency in her hometown of San Francisco.