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Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Santana headline guest lineup on 'LIVE with Kelly and Michael'

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Sat, May 10th 2014 07:00 am

Nationally syndicated morning talk show "LIVE with Kelly and Michael" announces the lineup of guests who will join hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan during the week of May 12-16.

May 12 - Oscar-nominated actor Mark Ruffalo speaks about the new HBO film "The Normal Heart," and "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host Jimmy Kimmel stops by. Plus, each day this week, Kelly and Michael will showcase one of the five finalists from "LIVE's Top Teacher Search" during "Top Teacher Week." This morning, they meet Chattanooga-area English/Holocaust literature teacher Athena Davis.

May 13 - "The Normal Heart" star Matt Bomer sits down with the hosts, and former MLB player and manager Willie Randolph discusses the new book "The Yankee Way: Playing, Coaching and My Life in Baseball." Plus, Kelly and Michael feature New York-area teacher John Motchkavitz when "Top Teacher Week" continues. Jessica Meuse, the latest eliminated contestant from "American Idol," performs for the "LIVE" audience.

May 14 - "American Idol" judge, actor and musician Harry Connick Jr. chats with Kelly and Michael, and Carlos Santana and his band, Santana, perform for the "LIVE" audience. In addition, the hosts showcase Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina, special needs educator Wendy Tickel when "Top Teacher Week" continues.

May 15 - Kelly and Michael interview Golden Globe winner Drew Barrymore from the new film "Blended." Plus, "Top Teacher Week" continues with Cleveland-area intervention specialist Stacie Starr.

May 16 - "Blended" star Adam Sandler stops by, and "Top Teacher Week" wraps up when the hosts feature the last finalist, Detroit-area math teacher Nebojsa "Neb" Stojkovic.

Visit "LIVE" on the Web at www.LIVEKellyandMichael.com, on Facebook, or follow "LIVE" on Twitter and Instagram, @KellyandMichael.

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