'GMA' Heat Index: New Pope, Cyrus-Hemsworth Split

People magazine's Larry Hackett discusses stories that Hollywood's been buzzing about.
2:47 | 03/14/13

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Transcript for 'GMA' Heat Index: New Pope, Cyrus-Hemsworth Split
We know what you mean. Yeah. Interesting because even though he's been a longtime cardinal, runner-up for pope last time it still strikes everyone as very fresh and a big surprise. Absolutely. The initial stories are who is this man and all great fascination and the message about a life of poverty, taking care of the poor. Humility if really resonating with people. Ex-altar boy that's the most attractive thing. My parents were thrilled he was a jesuit, the first jesuit pope because I was raised in the catholic church and my parents are very involved in it and they know a lot of jesuits and highly intellectual -- at georgetown university and challenging. A lot of challenges but he's got a good start. Did I miss this? Did he study chemistry. Yes, a chemist. He's a chemist. Very well rounded. Very well educated. People are saying he's not as intellectual as pope benedict but in many ways the jesuits and obviously him as a chemist is a smart, educated man. A hard turn here. We'll go from the pope to miley cyrus and -- yeah, hard turn. As grateful as it gets. This is what we'll do. On again off again. What is it? Two things to her, she's 20, he's 23. All friends say they have a tempestuous relationship. They fight. This is how they get along or no along. Right now she's not wearing a ring. They're so young and they're on two different continents. Those around them seem kind of -- it's fine. They'll -- she's navigating pretty well. She has gone from being the kid star to being a young woman who her look is great and sound is great. Edgy. I like it. Not like everybody else. Trying to get her way through it. No ring and -- no ring and -- that's all. Right now they're separated. Right now. On right now and sure looks to be on, sean and catherine from "the bachelor." Absolutely and they are on -- how can I transition to this and they'll remain chaste till their wedding night. Adamant. He said that in college he decided to stop sleeping with his, you know -- born again virgin. And she's honoring his choice. That's very nice. I got to tell you the cover we have, the photograph they look like they may make it. They look very, very happy. I can't say that for all the couples that emerged from that show but this couple does. More than the last few I have seen, he draws a crowd. People who camnd wanted to see him. A little something-something. Wish him the best. Thank you. Are we done? Apparently. Oh, my.

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