"Pop news" time, everybody. Let's begin and feast your eyes on this. Oh. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Michael Strahan -- Oh. On the cover of "Ebony" magazine. The headline, "Demolition man, crushing daytime TV."... See More
"Pop news" time, everybody. Let's begin and feast your eyes on this. Oh. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Michael Strahan -- Oh. On the cover of "Ebony" magazine. The headline, "Demolition man, crushing daytime TV." Whoa. The article -- You should warn a brother before you throw him under like that. We don't operate that way. I see. Now I'm really uncomfortable. Yeah. I'm blushing. You can't tell because I got a tan over the weekend but, please, Dan, continue. I'm here for you. Thank you. The article is fantastic. It accompanies some pictures that, wow. Hello. Oh! I see you're very shy. You hate the camera. The article talks about your rise -- Doing the robot. -- To the hall of fame. That was the robot. I'm shy and miss understood. Running man. What a dance move. Missed everything. You got to go in. Do the dougie. You got to commit. I didn't even know -- I just took this and put it on George. That's how you do it. George doing the dougie was even on the tape? That's actually a possibility. We just added it. Strahan, nice try. You're not going to divert attention to stephanopoulos and the doggie. All about you and I want to share a couple of things you said. Your father was an amazing man. His whole philosophy was never "If." It was always "When" and that is you. Very true. Thank you, dad. Thank you, dad. Check it out, "Ebony" magazine. We did check it out. All right. Also in "Pop news," how about a sleepover with a t-rex? Yeah. The world famous American museum of natural history is offering its first ever adults only sleepover adventure. They already have -- oh, no, Michael, your face. What are you thinking? It sounds -- Adults only. Does it sound -- Vaguely illegal, but, go ahead. What is illegal about a adult sleepover party? George stephanopoulos! In order to save himself from the conversation he may actually do the dougie. It's possible. Listen, this is the museum of natural history. Clean it up, people. And natural acts, as well. Oh. It's based on their children's sleepovers, $375. It begins with champagne and jazz. And then you get to roam the halls and visit the spiders alive exhibit that has 20 species of arachnids and sleep gazing up not at stars but instead you will be looking up at the giant blue whale that hangs inside the ocean hall where you will be camping out for the night. It's August 1st. Who is signing up? Are you by yourself or like a whole group? Or a date night. I don't know. If it's me by -- yeah. I don't want to be there with like 20 other people all gazing up -- At the blue whale. Blue whale. Wouldn't be what I had in mind.
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