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Scoop: GOOD MORNING AMERICA - Week of 6/9 on ABCHIGHLIGHTS FOR ABC NEWS' "GOOD MORNING AMERICA," JUNE 9 - JUNE 13

The following report highlights the programming of ABC's "Good Morning America" during the week of June 9-June 13, 2014. "Good Morning America" is a two-hour, live program anchored by Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Lara Spencer. Amy Robach is the news anchor and Ginger Zee is the meteorologist. The morning news program airs MONDAY-FRIDAY (7:00-9:00 a.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.


Highlights of the week include:

MONDAY, JUNE 9 - Actors Wyatt Russell and Amber Stevens ("22 Jump Street"); international supermodel Elle Macpherson with beauty and diet secrets; a performance by musical group Midnight Red

TUESDAY, JUNE 10 - Robin Roberts interviews former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about her new book, "Hard Choices;" actors Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum ("22 Jump Street"); "Teen Beach Movie" star Ross Lynch; and a performance by rock band R5

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11 - Celebrity chef and author Mario Batali ("The Chew"); directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller ("22 Jump Street"); a performance by La Roux

THURSDAY, JUNE 12 - Singer and host of ABC's "Rising Star" Josh Groban; actress Viola Davis (ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder"); "Deals and Steals" with contributor Tory Johnson; a few of the World Cup's biggest stars

FRIDAY, JUNE 13 - Rock band Paramore performs as part of "GMA's" summer concert series in Central Park's Rumsey Playfield; a look at the popular Paleo diet; a preview of Oprah's "Master Class" series featuring Robin Roberts

Tom Cibrowski is the senior executive producer of ABC News' "Good Morning America."

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