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Good Morning America host Amy Robach calls black people “colored people.”

While discussing the negative responses to Zendaya’s casting as Mary Jane Watson in the new Spider-Man movie, GMA’s Amy Robach used the outdated and offensive term “colored people.” Robach faced a swift backlash and later apologized, saying she meant to say something else.

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The first teaser for Rogue One is premiering on Good Morning America Thursday. In the meantime, here’s a teaser for the teaser, because this is how we live now.
'Twilight' Characters Swap Genders in 10th Anniversary Bonus: 'Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined'
“Twilight” fans who declared themselves “Team Edward” or “Team Jacob” will have to rename their allegiance thanks to 400-plus pages of bonus content released today from “Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer in honor of the hugely popular book’s 10th anniversary. The new story is told through the eyes of Beau, the male equivalent of “Twilight” star Bella Swan, made famous by Kristen Stewart on the big screen. It was the character of Bella who inspired Meyer to completely switch things up when her agent asked her to write something special for the 10th anniversary of “Twilight,” a book that inspired a series of four books in all that have sold more than 150 million copies worldwide.

“Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer reveals big news on GMA: She’s written a 10th Anniversary bonus book called “Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined”



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