Keke Palmer ‘expected’ her ‘GMA’ show to be canceled


Keke Palmer was not amazed when her “Good Morning America” display, “Strahan, Sara and Keke,” acquired the ax.

“Expected, due to the fact when the pandemic hit that is what turned all on our minds, the pandemic … so I type of realized that if our clearly show did occur back again it would have to be much significantly much afterwards for the reason that our demonstrate was really about an viewers,” she explained on “Watch What Transpires Are living With Andy Cohen” on Sunday.

“It’s about leisure, it is exciting,” Palmer, 26, continued. “We’re in a different time now, so some of the discussion has altered.”

Page 6 solely revealed in early July that ABC canceled the 3rd hour of its morning display and was replacing it with “GMA 3: What You Need to Know.”

ABC News took “Strahan, Sara and Keke” off the air in March and changed it with “Pandemic: What You Will need to Know,” a day-to-day coronavirus report anchored by Amy Robach, Dr. Jen Ashton and sometimes TJ Holmes. It at some point morphed into “GMA 3” to contain other subjects in the information cycle.