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Kelly Ripa Hosts with No Makeup because of Lost Superbowl Bet

Kelly Ripa did the Kelly and Michael show yesterday without makeup. To makes things worse, George Clooney was the guest. Watch the interview below.

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Kelly Ripa Hosts with No Makeup because of Lost Superbowl Bet

Makeup on TV is a must not only for the ladies. Also guys need some to not look awful on Television. Kelly Ripa got hit double when losing a Super Bowl bet with co-host Michael Straham. She had to interview one of Hollywood's sexiest guys without makeup live on TV. Ripa was not excited about the idea, but of course Clooney only found nice words to say about her looks. The thing is that Clooney was seeing her live. We see her through the TV camera which makes things go for the worse. Watch Kelly Ripa interviewing George Clooney below. Notice that there are no close-ups of Ripa in the segment.

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