The two then headed inside and spent 15 minutes at the bar before being seated for their 8pm dinner reservation.The ever-changing set of 'Good Morning America' got a redesigned anchor desk a few weeks back, with two wide panels added to the front side of the set piece.The Good Morning America host, 47, cozied up to her date once they were seated at the table, putting her arm around the man and frequently touching his stomach and chest with her hand.Both appeared to be enthralled with one another as they could be seen in close conversation throughout the meal, and frequently breaking out in laughter.They divorced in June 2015 after 15 years of marriage. Lara Spencer was out on the town Thursday night, enjoying a three-hour dinner with a mystery man at trendy New York City restaurant Lure.
You need physical chemistry and then you need mental and emotional chemistry so questions like these help people find that second half, which is the mental and emotional chemistry, but at the same time you have to be careful because you don't want to cross the line too quickly. That addition resulted in viewers no longer being able to see the legs of the ABC morning show's hosts, which was exactly the point according to one source.An insider tells Page Six that the panels were added so that George Stephanopoulos' legs would be less prominent, adding that as the shortest of the three main hosts he looked 'awkward' at times.'He's 5ft 7in and is dwarfed by human trees Robin Roberts (5ft-10) and Michael Strahan (6ft-5),' said the insider.'GMA initially thought using an anchor desk with elevated chairs would help the problem.You know that's a little extreme to be asking on a first date,” she said. “I think that that's off-putting, number one, and it puts you in a really serious, heavy place on a date and you just don't want to be in that place on a first date because it doesn't really help.”Stuart Kenworthy, 28, and Kyle Godfrey-Ryan, 31, are complete strangers who took the 36 questions.