We all know that Michael Strahan smile that’s recognizable to both NFL and morning TV fans. Well, it’s been changed.
Strahan closed the gap in his upper teeth, a gap that he’s had for his entire life.
The Pro Football Hall of Famer and current co-host of ABC’s “Good Morning America” released a one-minute video on Twitter on Tuesday. It shows the time preparing before his orthodontist filled in the space.
Take a look at Strahan in the dentist’s chair, waiting for a second appointment, and sealing the deal.
Michael Strahan will be appearing on your TV screens with a different look in the years to come.
The Houston, Texas, native also serves as an analyst on “Fox NFL Sunday” during the pro football season.
Michael Strahan Goes From Gridiron To TV Screens
He helped the New York Giants win Super Bowl XLII in 2007, his final season, over the New England Patriots.
Once he retired from the gridiron, Strahan turned his attention to working in the media industry. Thus, his involvement with Fox and ABC. He also spent four years as co-host with Kelly Ripka on “Live! with Kelly and Michael” before leaving in 2016 for “Good Morning America.”
Strahan would dominate offensive lines for the Giants through his career.
People might think Strahan getting this done is some type of April Fool’s Day joke. Yet it appears that Strahan is pretty serious about this change.
It will be interesting to see what the public thinks about the million-dollar smile of Michael Strahan. Also, if Strahan tells us all “APRIL FOOL’S!” in a couple of days.