Did Michael Strahan really have the gap in his teeth closed up by a dentist?
Of course not. We told you to beware.
Strahan posted a video on Tuesday showing a dentist closing the famous gap between his teeth. On April Fools’ Day, Strahan, the former New York Giant defensive end and Pro Football Hall of Famer, ‘fessed up with another video.
“I know a lot of you are wondering, ‘Oh, it’s gotta be April Fools’ joke, he’s gotta be joking with the teeth,’” Strahan, who currently is a co-host on “Good Morning America,” begins while wearing a mask during his two-minute video on Twitter. “I appreciate all the comments. I mean, I was surprised. ... I didn’t know so many people cared.”
Strahan continues in a serious vein and then sacks the audience.
“April Fools’. Come on, man!” Strahan said. “The gap is here to stay.”
Strahan originally shared a video of himself in the dentist’s chair on Tuesday.
He notes that his fans, friends and business partner all advised him against the dental procedure but Strahan is adamant in the video.
Strahan got a temporary removable dental piece, Entertainment Tonight reported.
“It’ll be 50 years in the making,” Strahan said in the original video, before showing what looked to be a dazzling new smile -- with no gap.
Well, the joke is on his fans. The gap is truly here to stay.
Here is the original video: