Kelly shared a hilarious anecdote from a friend's wedding, recalling the unforgettable time she helped rip the groom's pants off and light them on fire because it was "German tradition." News flash: There is no such German wedding custom that calls for such wild behavior.
Michael got some much needed catwalk lessons from Kelly while rocking quite the fur coat, which he said made him feel like a "polar bear."
Trainwreck star John Cena challenged Michael to a rap battle, which ended exactly how you think it would. Let's just say these two guys should stick to their day jobs!
Amid the laughter and proverbial slaps to the forehead, Kelly reassured Michael that it is "very difficult to hear" those callers, one of whom scored an awesome vacay because Michael thought he heard a correct answer...but really hadn't heard anything at all.
Kelly and Michael were the consummate pros when they had to power through an alarm going off mid-show. "It's a good thing this isn't live TV," Kelly quipped.
Bomb-dot-com. Sure, she may only have done it because she lost a bet, but there's no way she wasn't more comfortable in a bare face and p.j.'s than she usually is when all dolled up.
Kelly celebrated the end of the thong and the re-emergency of the "normcore" granny panty. "You know, of course everything old is new again including the granny panties," she cheered the leap for women's comfort everywhere. "It's all about the '70s, and the throwback Thursdays, and the flashback Fridays, and the wayback Wednesdays, and now we've delved into granny panties."
Kelly revealed that she and Mark Consuelos used to go to the French-Canadian city all the time but had to stop—because she kept getting pregnant!
"I must say, I walked in and I was like, 'WHAT?! Was—what! What? What?" Michael told the audience about his first gimpse of his co-host's electric-hued hairdo.
Then Kelly went blue, which was cool, too.
During a round of "Hugh In or Hugh Out," basically a strip Q&A, she got the Aussie to peel off all sorts of clothing.
While this hotness occurred on the set of Magic Mike XXL and not technically on Live!, the BTS clip was shown during Live!...Hey, why do we have to explain ourselves to you, anyway?!
Mrs. Mark Consuelos reads aloud from his high school yearbook—the part where his then-girlfriend wrote him a lovey-dovey note, that is.
Even celebs want to share their good fortune with Kelly and Michael. Kevin James showed off the first photos of his newest bundle of joy, daughter Sistine Sabella, on the talk show.
"This is the funny part…I think we got home around 9 o'clock," the hungover host recalled the few moments she remembered about her wild night at Andy Cohen's book party.
Talking about a mass hacking that threatened to expose the identies of thousands of cheating spouses, Kelly joked that it would be "amazing" if both she and hubby Mark Consuelos turned out to be Ashley Madison users and then got matched up for a date. She also shed some light on what the "Piña Colada" song is really about.
The quickwitted co-hosts turned their disection of the iPhone 6 into one long dick joke. Now that is synergy.
Talk show hosts, they're just like us.
Of course the co-hosts dressed up in the Halloween costume du jour in 2013—Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke, VMAs foam finger-style!
Early on in their morning show partnership, the duo opted to take the physical challenge—and ruled.
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