Michael Strahan’s Future On “Good Morning America” NOT At Risk, Despite Report

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By Holly Nicol |

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“Good Morning America” executives are NOT having second thoughts about Michael Strahan’s future on the show, despite a manufactured report. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust this claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”

“Michael’s GMA Gaffes,” reads a headline in this week’s OK!, which goes on to claim producers of the morning show are reconsidering Strahan’s position because he’s “stilted” on air. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, “They loved him on ‘Live,’ but that was when he was doing mostly off-the-cut banter. He seems to be less comfortable handling a range of news stories, and his delivery can be stilted.”

The publication’s questionable insider further purports, “No one wants to talk to [Strahan] about the problems they see for fear of upsetting him.” “He has a contract, and it would be a PR nightmare to dump him,” concludes the tipster.

But Gossip Cop investigated, and a source close to the situation exclusively assures us the report is “not true.” “GMA” producers are not having second thoughts about Strahan’s future on the morning show, nor is he “stilted” on air. It’s simply yet another seemingly concocted fake news story.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time Gossip Cop has busted an outlet for its fabricated stories concerning Strahan and “Good Morning America.” In February, we called out OK!’s sister publication, Star, for falsely alleging Strahan and Robin Roberts were fighting on the set of “GMA.” That wasn’t true, and the same goes for this latest claim.

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