GOOD Morning America host Michael Strahan has left his fans in awe with his latest social media post.
Twitter/@michaelstrahanGood Morning America host Michael Strahan has left his fans in awe with his latest social media post[/caption]
Twitter/@michaelstrahanMichael, 51, took to Instagram on Tuesday and uploaded a reel from his trip to Easter Island[/caption]
The short clip was a mixture of pictures and video footage as Michael filmed content for the ABC morning program.
In the video, the father-of-four was dressed in a blue T-shirt and a pair of gray shorts with matching trainers.
Michael captioned the post: “Kicking it with some Moai statues in Easter Island. Learning so much on this incredible trip @goodmorningamerica.”
His 1.5 million Instagram followers were quick to like and comment on the post as one asked: “Wow is that here on earth.”
Another person wrote: “Amazing! Enjoy!” while a third said: “Thank you, for sharing your beautiful pics! Enjoy!”
A fourth follower told him: “Michael love seeing you travel!!! Have the time of your life.”
“Lucky you!! Wish I was there!!” someone else said, while another person added: “It’s so beautiful thank you for sharing.”
“Having Fun Michael looking Good Enjoy,” a different fan wrote.
Michael was last in the GMA studio last Friday, when he revealed the news that he would be heading to Chile for a week-long segment.
However, GMA connected Michael to the show live this Tuesday by video chat with his co-hosts.
“I am here to report on how the island is being affected by climate change,” he told viewers.
Michael revealed that a new Moai statue was found on the island, due to the “changing conditions.”
The show then aired a recorded video of Michael in the airport, and of citizens of Easter Island finding the statue in a dried-up river bed.
When the host arrived, he was given a lei for his neck and then treated to a personal tour guide to bring him around the island.
Michael was mesmerized by the huge crater that he was shown.
The former footballer then let fans and his co-hosts know that they can look forward to seeing the culture of Easter Island, including dance, food, and people, among other things, on Thursday’s show.
Twitter/@michaelstrahanThe father-of-four described the trip as ‘incredible’ as he witnessed the Moai statues[/caption]
Twitter/@michaelstrahanThe former football player is there to report on how the island is being affected by climate change[/caption]
Instagram/Michael StrahanMichael with his GMA co-hosts Sam Champion, Lara Spencer, Robin Roberts, and George Stephanopoulos[/caption]