TV host Regis Philbin buried at Notre Dame, his alma mater
SOUTH BEND, Ind. Television host Regis Philbin, who died last week at 88, has been buried at the University of Notre Dame following a private funeral service at his alma mater, a school spokesman said. The Philbin family wanted to bring Regis back to the place he loved so much for a private funeral and burial. That occurred on Wednesday, and he is now resting in peace at Notre Dame," school spokesman Dennis Brown said in an email. The genial television host and personality graduated from Notre Dame in 1953 and was an enthusiastic alum, often returning to the South Bend campus for football games, pep rallies, banquets, concerts and other events, the South Bend Tribune reported.
Daytime Emmys go virtual in age of coronavirus pandemic
FILE - In this June 27, 2010 file photo, a view of the stage appears at the 37th annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Las Vegas. The 47th annual Daytime Emmy Awards will air on Friday, June 26 at 8 PM EST/PST. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison, File)LOS ANGELES The coronavirus pandemic has turned daily life into a drama of untold proportions. The 47th annual awards are back on a broadcast network for the first time since 2011 after being relegated to cable or streaming in recent years. ABC's General Hospital headed into the show with a leading 23 nominations, including best daytime drama, lead actress nods for Finola Hughes and Maura West, and lead actor nods for Steve Burton and Jon Lindstrom.
Kelly Ripa Cuts Son Joaquins Hair, Embarrasses Him on Live TV
Kelly Ripa might have a hidden talent! She added that of her three children, her youngest, Joaquin, had the most difficult hair. Everybody else in the family has Mark [Consuelos'] hair. Ripa then brought out a shy Joaquin to show off the finished look without any product in his hair. Watch the clip below for more:RELATED CONTENT:Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos are Quarantining in the CaribbeanKelly Ripa Celebrates Son Michael Finishing CollegeMark Consuelos Once Tried to Catch Kelly Ripa Cheating on Him Early in Their Marriage
Gold Star Moms from San Antonio honored on 'Live with Kelly and Ryan' show Thursday
A group of Gold Star moms from San Antonio were honored on Thursday's episode of "Live with Kelly and Ryan." Gold Star Mothers is an organization for mothers who have lost a son or daughter in the service of our country. The women were greeted and interviewed by Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest during a segment called the "I in Live" where someone from the audience gets to tell some of their personal story. The women were in New York City on their first Gold Star Moms Getaway to celebrate the legacy of their children who died in service. During the segment, Ripa said the women were "certainly as brave as their sons."