Transcript for Binge This: Lady Gaga's 6th album 'Chromatica'
We do turn to -- That's right, the hip-hop air horn means it's time for "Binge this." If you're looking for weekend entertainment, people TV's daryn carp has our expert ideas. Daryn, good morning to you. It is great to see you. Let's jump right to it. Some of our favorite game shows are back. Give us the inside scoop. Well, first off as usual, whit, I love waking up to that air horn. It truly never gets old for me. And speaking of things that never get old, it's the summer of game shows. Honestly, they're my favorite form of television. It's all happiness, it's all bliss. I'm so excited about this. New seasons of "Celebrity family feud," "Press your luck" and, of course, "Match game" are premiering this Sunday on ABC. It's a star-studded lineup. You don't want to miss the back-to-back-to-back fun. There's no whammies in this lineup for sure. Trust me on this. All three shows have megawatt comedic hosts, wse have Steve Harvey, Elizabeth banks, Alec Baldwin, I mean, come on. We're in for some serious fun and celebrity driven competition. I'm personally excited about the "Queer eye" fab five facing off against the new "Queer eye" cast and "Celebrity family feud." Some jabs and some fashion insults would definitely be fun. All right, guys, "People" just released our must reads for the summer and the list is pretty big. Everyone wants a good sit by the pool just summer relaxation read. So let me recommend you crack open Kimberly Mccreight's "A good marriage" this weekend. It's described as a murder mystery filled with dirty secrets. Now, that doesn't sound like a good marriage to me, but it's a thrilling page turner for sure and as a fan of "True crime," it's honestly a book you won't want to put down. And the album we've been waiting for is finally here. I think I know which it is given what we were talking about with the statement sleeve earlier, but tell us all about it, please. Well, I wore a statement sleeve for this exact purpose. Lady gaga's sixth album "Chromatica" just came out yesterday. Everyone is buzzing about this. I mean, who isn't a fan of lady gaga? But her new 16-track album takes a turn from her last one, "Joann," and I would say even "Shallow" and goes back to her roots on "Chromatica." High energy, electropop bangers that we're all sort of used to. It's gaga in her truest form and with songs like "Stupid love," "Rain on me," which actually features Ariana grande, you're definitely going to want to dance to this album all weekend long. Other duets that are very notable on the album, k-pop girl group black pink and of course the always fantastic Elton John. So it's an immediate must listen for everyone. All right. Lady gaga back to her roots. Can't complain with that. Daryn, thank you so much. We always appreciate you. Great to have you on the show. Of course, you can get more from daryn as she hosts people TV's "Reality check" Monday through Thursday at 4:30 P.M. Eastern. And you can pick up this week's issue of "People" on newsstands nationwide right now.
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