I would love to. I want to say before we start, elizabeth, this is a follow-up-free zone. So, we begin -- okay. Okay. We begin with -- I want to talk about lindsay lohan. I know she was on the show... See More
I would love to. I want to say before we start, elizabeth, this is a follow-up-free zone. So, we begin -- okay. Okay. We begin with -- I want to talk about lindsay lohan. I know she was on the show earlier. But here's some good news. Lindsay, playing, perhaps, the only actress that she could rival in the headline department. Here's is first clip of lindsay lohan playing the great elizabeth taylor. This came out overnight. It's for lifetime's tv movie "liz and dick." We have seen stills. This is the first glimpse of the trailer that shows lohan as elizabeth in a variety of different scenarios. Dripping with diamonds. Kissing in a pool. Throwing bottles. Drinking champagne. And you'll see more when "liz and dick" airs on lifetime in november. Also in "pop news," cindy crawford, one of the most gorgeous women walking the planet. I know I won't get 23physical lowups on this. The 46-year-old supermodel tweeted a stunning picture of herself. And wrote, as I've gotten older, I wear less makeup. It can make you look older. I would be comfortable in cindy's skin. I would walk around with nothing. I could grow old if I was cindy crawford. You two, not too shabby yourself. Good man. So, cindy practices what she preaches. She was spotted out showing off her natural good looks. And last month, as she modeled pieces from her first fashion collection. She is gorgeous. And I do agree. We should do a whole show without makeup someday. Or not. I think I'll call off. And finally, when it comes to e-mailing or texting, I have a question for you all. Would you say that you are closest to a compulsive woodpecker, a boarish parrot, or a lightning humming bird. A woodpecker. A humming bird. Interesting. You're right there. George is right there. Every time he and I are trading recipes, he's, like, right back at me. If you don't answer fast, you forget. It's gone forever. That's right. I ask this important question because researchers at two scottisco scottish universities have matched bird behavior. Compulsive woodpeckers check e-mails day or night. The boarish parrot doesn't understand why people get upset. I am, too, george. And of course, we have a few night owls here at "gma." However, I believe they're more like the robin birds, which is described as having perfect e-mail manners. That's pretty appropriate that the best one is called the robin. It is. Great stuff, lara.
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