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In a complete 180-degree serendipity flip from Monday’s travel frustrations, Tuesday’s commute into NYC from the ‘burbs went smoothly, leading to an early arrival for priority check-in to see Strahan & Sara. Fabulous new line friends were interesting and charming and so funny! One of them had the inside scoop on behind-the-scenes tidbits about The Wendy Williams Show, Kelly and Ryan, and Rachel Ray. Jui-cy.

Sara Haines and Michael Strahan were even more entertaining in-person than they appear to be on television. (Seems impossible, yet it’s true!) Michael was headed over the Sara’s home after the show to babysit her two kids. Looking forward to seeing video from that experience.

1iota priority ticketholders received fab swag!
Thanks, Grande Cosmetics, Flora.py, and Amazing Cosmetics! My lashes will be lush. My skin will be primed, toned, and glowing thanks to your generosity.

The audience wranglers were hilarious as they herded us from place to place. There was a cheerful exchange with Ginger Zee and the camera operators for her news update.

Sat next to a stunning woman (in red) who’s a high school math teacher. She and Michael shared a touching moment during a commercial break. There was a strong teachers-gone-wild vibe running through the audience.

My childhood dream of being a Soul Train dancer came true! (Bell-bottoms weren't part of my outfit, but my 21st-century afro gave appropriate hair attitude.) 
Getting to dance in an homage to the Soul Train line when the cast of American Soul walked out was a personal highlight along with seeing Sara, who’s been a family favorite since she was an intern on another network’s morning show. Admiring her shoes game was a fashion bonus.

#AGoodTimeWasHadByAll

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