About Live! with Kelly
LIVE! with Kelly originally aired in 1983 as The Morning Show, and has since gone through several other host. As of 2011 the show became known as Live! with Kelly, as it continues to search for a new co host by having people guest host until a permanent co host is found. Guest host have included Neil Patrick Harris, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Kim Kardashian, and Daniel Radcliffe. Live! with Kelly has contently been rated one of the top daytime talk shows in the U.S.
Live! with Kelly features bantering between Kelly and her guest host as they react to stories in the local newspapers or other media. Followed by a phone in contest where a home viewer is called to participate in a Live's Travel Trivia, with a chance to win a vacation prize package and a prize for the audience. And final;y the show concludes with special segments and interviews. Live! with Kelly also presents special holiday episodes including Mothers Day where deserving moms get a surprise of a lifetime and Valentine's Day where they allow viewers to propose on their show, play matchmaker to friends, and marry couples live on the air.
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