Fans call for justice for Steve in 'Just Like That'

"GMA" contributor Megan Ryte reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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Transcript for Fans call for justice for Steve in 'Just Like That'
[MUSIC PLAYING] - Ooh. - Ooh. Yeah. [LAUGHTER] - Wow. I didn't realize this was everybody's jam. [LAUGHTER] [INTERPOSING VOICES] - It was like, hey. - You know, the same music we hear every week. We got special music this week. We love Bruno. Welcome back to GMA. Time for Pop News. DJ and GMA contributor, Megan Wright, is in the house. Is that why we have to-- [INTERPOSING VOICES] Hello. Yes. I put some requests in. There you go. Make sure everything was set for you guys today. You brought the playlist. Yeah. [LAUGHTER] Thank you. Good morning. So and just like that, we begin with Sex in the City. The new series is causing buzz, as it shakes up the lives of Carrie and the gang. But the character everyone seems to be up in arms about is Steve. And me too. You may know him as Miranda's longtime partner and the HBO Max reboot finds him seemingly forgotten and being cheated on by Miranda with comedian Che Diaz. Can't believe that's happening. Now, in a conversation with Vanity Fair, two of the series writers promised that they love Steve just as much as viewers but that Miranda's journey is an important one. They also promise there is more to come, and we'll get insight into Steve's own thoughts, saying, quote, "you're going to get that scene." We can't wait. I'm a big Sex and the City fan, and not any spoilers, but I was upset that Steve cheated during the series. Yeah. But-- Yeah, cheated. I don't know. I like Steve. Everybody likes Steve. Yeah. But. But. Let's not forget history. Right, right, right. I agree with all of that, by the way. [LAUGHTER] Now, from Sex and the City to Vogue. British Vogue unveiling its new February cover celebrating African models. Now, take a look at these nine gorgeous ladies. Edward Enninful, who is editor in chief of British Vogue saying, "these girls are redefining what it is to be a fashion model," adding, "we need to ensure these girls last. We have to invest in them, nurture them, and support them." Now, model Adut Akech telling the magazine, "there are so many of us, we are just not going to go out of style." I hear that. You can see the full feature in the February issue of British Vogue, available via digital download and on newsstands from Tuesday, January 18. They look gorgeous. Oh, my gosh. Everyone's raving about that. Yes. I literally was stuck on the pictures. It's majestic. Yes. It's incredible. Beautiful. And their legs. Yes, beautiful days. Finally, the Oscars has announced that they'll be welcoming a host for the first time in four years. But there's just one catch-- they haven't picked one yet. Now, the Academy took to Twitter saying, quote, "hypothetically, if we ask you, who would you want to host the Oscars, and this is strictly hypothetical, who would it hypothetically be?" I feel like they need some ideas. Will Farrell. Yeah. Some of the most popular ideas is the charming cast of Hulu, the Hulu hit, Only Murders in the Building, which is a favorite show of mine, Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez. Also, Dionne Warwick has stepped up to the plate herself, saying, "fine I'll do it." She is hilarious on Twitter. So I'm here for that. And one of the most popular picks, and my personal famous-- my personal favorite, is the beloved Muppets. You can't go wrong there. We'll have to see and what's going to happen. But no matter what, the 94th Academy Awards will air on March 27. I'm here for the Muppets. Yeah. I want to see the beef between Rocco and Elmo play out, like on stage. [LAUGHTER] Yeah. Hilarious. Controversy. That would be perfect. Fantastic, Megan. It was so great having you. It's great to have you. [INTERPOSING VOICES] Thank you for bringing the good jam. Of course, anything. Let me know. Always need a good playlist on Saturday morning. All right, Megan, we'll talk to you soon.

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