Awkward moment on 'Good Morning America' when its host made George Stephanopoulos blush

Apr 06, 2018
08:26 P.M.
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The conservative political commentator blushed when he was placed in the hot seat by one of the hosts of the show.


George Stephanopoulos was dumbfounded when Lara Spencer talked about his intimate life with his wife on Good Morning America, as shared by Entertainment Daily.

For her Pop News segment, Spencer talked about Stephanopoulos’ wife, Ali Wentworth and her newly published book entitled Go Ask Ali: Half-Baked Advice.

Spencer shared that Wentworth had revealed a secret about her relationship Stephanopoulos through the pages.

She went on to say that the secret is something Wentworth has never shared with any of her friends.


An article for Town & Country featured Wentworth claiming she is happily married, which was what Spencer talked about during the segment.

She jokingly added, "Ali goes on to say, 'we're hot for each other. We'll have family dinner, my husband and I will play scrabble while the kids do their homework and later we'll...' you're very busy when you get home."

From that point, Stephanopoulos started to blush and the co-anchors Michael Strahan and Paula Faris fell into fits of laughter.

Spencer tried to shift the attention away from Stephanopoulos by announcing that his wife’s book will hit the stores on April 24, 2018.


Although, she once again turned to Stephanopoulos saying she will never look at him the same way ever again. It was at that point when Stephanopoulos laughed as well.

Faris then asked Stephanopoulos what his secret was acknowledging Wentworth’s words that her heart skips a beat every time Stephanopoulos walks in the room.

Stephanopoulos lovingly replied that he just picked the right person to be with for the rest of his life. The audience gushed with the anchor’s answer.

As for the avid viewers, they also burst into laughter with Spencer’s digs towards Stephanopoulos. At least that’s what seems to be the case according to their tweets on Twitter.