From "Extra" to "CONAN," last night's talk show hosts showed their support for LGBT youth by going purple. Check out how evening and late night TV kept Spirit Day going after dark.
The small screen. Talk shows, reality TV, sitcoms, soaps, prime-time drama, early-morning news, animation, etc.
From the morning until late last night, CBS went purple to send a message of support to LGBT youth for Spirit Day.
Comcast and NBCUniversal went purple yesterday to spread the word about SpiritDay to show support for LGBT youth and stand against bullying. Stars from NBCUniversal networks and shows, as well as NBCUniversal employees, sported purple and shared Spirit Day on air and through social media.
ABC Family stars from shows including The Foster's and Switched at Birth are helping to spread the word about #SpiritDay and supporting LGBT youth.
MTV has been one of the biggest supporters of Spirit Day this year, spreading the message of tolerance. The network and tons of its top musical and entertainment icons have gone purple in a show of solidarity with its young LGBT fans, letting them know that they are not alone.
Bright and early on Spirit Day morning, "Good Morning America" host Sam Champion chatted with a particularly purple posse in the audience about standing up to anti-LGBT bullying.