After recently being passed over for the job of Live With Kelly co-host in favor of Ryan Seacrest, Jerry O’Connell swears he’s OK about it. He stopped by the KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles to talk about getting behind the camera for an episode of Andi Mack on the Disney Channel, and host Sam Rubin asked him about his recent stint on Live and how it feels to see someone else in the co-host seat.
A year after Kelly Ripa went solo following Michael Strahan’s drama-filled exit, she is getting a new permanent co-host on <em>Live With Kelly</em>, <em> American Idol</em> veteran Ryan Seacrest. The popular syndicated talk show has been renamed <em> Live with Kelly and Ryan.</em> The choice makes a departure from the selection of relative TV novice, former NFL star Strahan, five years ago as Seacrest is one of the most seasoned live hosts working in television after years of <em> Idol</em>, <em>Dick Clark’s New Ye…</em>
Kelly Ripa, who has spent the past year as the only permanent host of her syndicated <em>Live With Kelly</em>, tweeted a video today teasing a cohost announcement on tomorrow’s show. “Tune in tomorrow, trust me,” she says in the clip (watch it below), sipping from a mug inscribed with her name and a large question mark. The tweet’s text reads, “We’re going to need a bigger mug.” Ripa appears to be ready to announce her co-host, ending a drama-filled year of going solo after former…
Live With Kelly co-hosts Kelly Ripa and John Leguizamo were commiserating over the tightness of their clothes, and wondering if Ripa’s dry cleaner was to blame for shrinking them, when the lighthearted banter took an unexpected, but juicy, turn.
Molly Ringwald said that over the years many people have come up to her to say they love her, but one run-in with a fan left her a little flummoxed.
Rosario Dawson stopped by Live With Kelly to talk about her new movie, Unforgettable — and her friendship with the eccentric entertainer Prince.
On "Live With Kelly," guest Kristin Chenoweth, guest host Jussie Smollett, and host Kelly Ripa played a guessing game where they got to sing their impressions.
Vin Diesel has been making the talk-show rounds to promote his new movie, Fate of the Furious, and he’s been eagerly showing off his impression of his Furious co-star, Dame Helen Mirren.
Actor Scott Wolf co-hosted Live With Kelly and relayed a hilarious story about the time he got recognized by a waiter at a restaurant.
Just moments after the Oscars broadcast came to an end, host Jimmy Kimmel joined Kelly Ripa backstage and gave his thoughts on what may be the biggest debacle in the history of the Academy Awards. Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were presenting the award for Best Picture, the final award of the evening, when they awarded the Oscar to La La Land instead of Moonlight. The envelope … I don’t know if they had the wrong envelope or if there was some kind of envelope malfunction,” Kimmel said.
Jerry O’Connell has been acting since he was a boy — there will always be a special place in our hearts for cherry-flavored Pez lover Vern Tessio from Stand by Me — but his hosting skills have been keeping him extra busy.
"The Walking Dead"‘s Negan himself co-hosted "Live with Kelly" on Wednesday, and it turns out that Jeffrey Dean Morgan, is a real-life gentleman farmer. Morgan said he recently saw the 6-year-old crawl out of the chicken coop wearing all black and a red scarf, carrying a baseball bat, re-enacting the famous scene with which Season 6 ended.
Megyn Kelly co-hosted Live, saying the reason so many expected a Clinton victory is that’s what most polls showed. Kelly explained why those polls were so wrong.
Richard Curtis, winner of the “co-host for a day” contest on Live! With Kelly, returned by popular demand on Monday after absolutely killing it on his first round on Oct. 21. Curtis is a high school teacher from Pennsylvania, but seems like a natural sitting at the host desk alongside Kelly Ripa. There’s no official word yet if he’s being considered for the full-time position, but if his second time hosting was any indication, Curtis is ready for a career change.
On Live With Kelly, actor Bryan Cranston got to talking about a role he played early in his career on the hit show Seinfeld, as Jerry's dentist, Tim Whatley.
Ben Affleck was on Live with Kelly and told Kelly Ripa and her guest co-host, Fred Savage, about an impromptu royal play date his son Samuel had. Affleck was in the UK filming Justice League and had his kids out there with him. “So they had those gymboree or indoor play parks, or whatever, so I took my son to one of those because he’s five, he’s four, rather, he’s almost five, and kind of, you know, he wasn’t as tuned into the whole history thing, you know what I mean?” Affleck said.
Longtime Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson stopped by Live with Kelly where he and host Kelly Ripa talked about who was the most nervous guest host the show has had. “No matter where I went or who I said I was scared and nervous to, everybody went, ‘You’re nowhere near as scared as Halle Berry’,” said Ripa. Berry had hosted just 2 weeks before Ripa, and after nearly 13 years, Thompson still remembers.
Mark Wahlberg joined "Live with Kelly," and guest co-host Jerry O’Connell, where he talked about his current diet. Wahlberg, starring in "Transformers: The Last Knight," ran into the film’s director, Michael Bay, prior to filming, and was told he couldn’t do the film looking the way he did. The list of what he eats at 2 a.m. is impressive.
Tuesday was the finale of Maya and Marty, and Kelly Ripa stopped by to give Martin Short’s character Jiminy Glick one last go at insulting celebrities.
Now that the controversy of Live With Kelly and Michael has ended so begins the carousel of guest hosts. Jimmy Kimmel was a guest host on the newly named Live with Kelly in the wake of former host Michael Strahan’s exit. “Where’s Michael?” Kimmel coyly asked as the audience laughed.