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Bill Cosby has released his first video message since the rape allegations against him have started to publicly surface.
Tim Tebow used his fame for good, helping those in need at Walmart's in Florida.
Disney batted rumor cleanup on 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' yesterday, and dropped a few interesting tidbits into the bargain.
Fred Savage, Danica McKellar and Josh Saviano reunited on 'Good Morning America' for the release of 'The Wonder Years' DVD box set.
Tim Tebow is becoming a huge TV star in front of our very eyes.
Spielberg is considering directing his first musical - and that musical is 'West Side Story'! Crazy! Cool! (*finger snaps*)
Aubrey Plaza was a glorious weirdo on "GMA."
After people accused him of throwing that terrible first pitch to get attention for his new album, 50 Cent swore that the ball just slipped.
Potential No. 1 draft pick Blake Bortles stopped by 'Good Morning America' with his mom to make the whole country say, "Awwwwwww."
Michael Strahan is going to join 'Good Morning America' to replace Josh Elliot. Strahan is always a good choice for everything.
Just be glad he didn't pull this stunt during Black History Month.
Just another day of Nick Cannon still being Nick Cannon, the gift that keeps on giving.
How is this not already the world's most popular Vine?
'Good Morning America' rewarded the young boy who cried over Steve Smith by having him and his family on for a very special and predictable surprise.
Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman surprised the hearing-impaired sisters who wrote him an adorable letter with a Super Bowl gift on 'Good Morning America.'
Vowing no more Photoshopping or supermodels in ads or on its website, American Eagle Outfitters has launched a new, bold #AERIEREAL ad campaign.
Batkid stopped by "Good Morning America" today to update us on his story and save Pitbull from the Joker.
White House Down stars Channing Tatum and Joey King revealed their special bond and even more impressive handshake on Good Morning America yesterday.
Mariah Carey and live TV do not mix well, as shown in this "Good Morning America" clip.