Agnes Nixon of 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' Dies at 93

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:59 | 09/29/16

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Transcript for Agnes Nixon of 'All My Children' and 'One Life to Live' Dies at 93
Hi, everybody. Starting "Pop news" this morning, sad news, Agnes Nixon, the creative force behind legendary soap ras "All my children" and one one has -- one life to live has died. Someone I was proud to call a friend and Susan Lucci who was hired by Nixon in 1970. Went on to play Erica Kane for 41 incredible years, that really changed my life. Posting on instagram, I adored her and admired her and I am forever grateful to her. I used to schedule my classes in college around "All my children." I would not -- Do you have a favorite memory or -- The wedding. Which one? Luke's wedding. Well, that's "General hospital." Oh, yes. I also scheduled around that too. I know you did. Every time Susan Lucci comes on the show you're always like -- How many times did she get married on the show. I'm so glad you asked. Yesterday George stumped me so today Eric cane married -- she had six marriages to seven men. That's it. She married one twice. I get it. Read this. I can't believe you came prepared. She married someone twice. Six men. You know why -- We're not doing the math here. It's not about math. It's about "Pop news." You know what happened on "All my children" when men speak up too much. Oh. Silence, George. Soap opera kind of morning in honor of the one and only Agnes Nixon who we were all -- That's how this all started. It all started with coffee day. The wrong side. George stephanopoulos, I'm going to ask you right now to play nice. I love you but you better watch it. There's only so much we can do. National coffee day and I haven't had enough yet. Also in "Pop news" this morning, Sarah Jessica parker channeling her inner Carrie Bradshaw announcing her line of lbds, Michael you know what that is. Little black dresses. Revealing the project on instagram saying introducing the sjp lbd, little collection of little black dresses sold at Bloomingdale's to a company. Her range of shoes and handbags, the first silhouette launches in October. More to come including this one that she showed us all on instagram. Love a little tea length. Looking for that. Flow to it. Did you know that was tea length. Did not. Let's do that. George, I did not know that. Like he's allowed to not know stuff. This is great. Then finally hit it, deejay. ? one of the great songs, I love this song. So "Vogue" is celebrating the 26th anniversary of George Michael's "Freedom" video in collaboration with instagram and showcasing to some of today's supermodels working it singing along. Adrianna Lima. Taking on New York by storm. It's pretty fun, I have to say but nothing can compare to the original. Do you remember the original? You do, right? Do you remember the original? It was -- show it again. Cindy Crawford. Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell and Linda evangelevangelista for getting up that day because she used to shay she wouldn't get up for less than $10,000. Like "All my children" and "Yen hospital." I can't believe it's been that long. A classic. Check that out online and that is "Pop news." I'm going to start research now for all of next week's.

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