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Some people just don't understand what website Ashley Madison is all about, including Kelly Ripa!

The Live! With Kelly and Michael hostess revisited the discussion again Friday after learning that she didn't quite understand what the purpose of the website was, even though she joked Tuesday that she and hubby Mark Consuelos would join.

"I didn't realize it was people who want to cheat on each other," she confessed. "I thought it was just men."

So after co-host Michael Strahan re-explained how the website worked—it's for men and women who are actively trying to have an affair—Kelly reveals that she has discovered a new dating app called Fidelity Dating, which was created for people who are "survivors of cheating."

In case that isn't clear, Fidelity Dating is meant for people who have been cheated on, so both Kelly and Michael joked about how depressing any first date would be, since the date would be overshadowed by their cheating stories!

"You almost can't go on that date without talking about your past relationships," Michael noted.

"I know!" Kelly responded.

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Even though the app is geared towards "survivors," is it really possible that no cheating will ever occur? That's what the former NFL athlete wanted to know.

"Do they guarantee you'll never be cheated on again?" he asked. "Does that come with your membership fee?"

Earlier this week Kelly joked that she and her husband should join the illicit site to see if they would match with each other, and even compared it to "The Piña Colada Song."

"That's what the entire 'Piña Colada Song' is about. He places the ad in the paper 'If you like piña coladas' and then he's responding and then the woman goes ‘Yes, I like piña colada,'" she said.

But that only left Michael confused. "I really thought it was about a piña colada," said Michael.