Tinashe Scheduled To Perform On April 6 “Good Morning America”

The critically acclaimed artist will play the April 6 “GMA.”

Tinashe - Me So Bad | RCA

Tinashe’s single “No Drama” is currently live at radio. She released a new track called “Me So Bad” this week, and her new album “Joyride” arrives April 13.

In support of her new music, the critically acclaimed artist will play a morning TV program.

ABC confirms Tinashe for the April 6 “Good Morning America.” That morning’s episode will also feature Ed Helms and Michael Symon.

Other upcoming “GMA” performers include Cam (April 3) and Russell Dickerson (April 5).

Complete listings follow:

Monday, April 2- Actor John Krasinski (“A Quiet Place”); following Sunday night’s episode of “American Idol” former contestant and singer David Cook (“Kinky Boots”); actor Steve Zahn (“The Crossing”)

Tuesday, April 3- Authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman (“The Confidence Code for Girls”); actress and author Vivica A. Fox (“Every Day I’m Hustling”); actors Noah Jupe and Millicent Simmonds (“A Quiet Place”); the cast of “Dallas” Linda Gray, Patrick Duffy, Charlene Tilton and Steve Kanaly; a live performance by Cam

Wednesday, April 4- Singer and actor Jared Leto (“America”); author Kristin Cavallari (“True Roots”); author Claire Shipman (“The Confidence Code for Girls”)

Thursday, April 5- A live performance by Russell Dickerson

Friday, April 6- Actor Ed Helms (“Chappaquiddick”); chef Michael Symon (“Michael Symon’s Playing with Fire: BBQ and More from the Grill, Smoker, and Fireplace”); a live performance by Tinashe

Written by Brian Cantor

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