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Audience spots limited for Pittsburgh broadcast of ‘Good Morning America’

Emily Balser
Michael Strahan, Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and the whole “Good Morning America” team are heading to Pittsburgh for a live broadcast on Thursday, July 25, 2019.

“Good Morning America” fans who were hoping to be part of the live audience when the show films in Pittsburgh on Thursday could be out of luck.

An ABC spokeswoman said Tuesday morning that “due to an overwhelming” response they are advising all interested audience members space will be very limited and not guaranteed.

The show will be broadcast live from the Gateway Clipper, where the hosts will honor a hometown hero, offer “big surprises” and feature a “deals and steals” segment.

The show comes to town as part of its “The Big Summer Road Trip” series.

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