I had sixty changes and I was so tired, and I didn’t understand why I had to keep having fittings.
multiple sources connected with both ABC and NBC tell TMZ.An insider tells Page Six that the panels were added so that George Stephanopoulos' legs would be less prominent, adding that as the shortest of the three main hosts he looked 'awkward' at times.'He's 5ft 7in and is dwarfed by human trees Robin Roberts (5ft-10) and Michael Strahan (6ft-5),' said the insider.'GMA initially thought using an anchor desk with elevated chairs would help the problem.Still awkward, George's little-boyish mini-legs were seen dangling.' Sleek new look: The anchor desk used on the set of Good Morning America was redesigned last month to include two wide panels across the front (desk above on Thursday with Amy Robach, George Stephanopoulos and Sara Haines ) Allegation: An insider claims the redesign was for George Stephanopoulos in order to cover up his 'dangling' legs while sitting on his stool (l to r: Michael Strahan, Robin Roberts, Stephanopoulos and Lara Spencer in March)There are currently five different set-ups that are done on the show though, and two of those continue to show the hosts' legs while three do not.The ever-changing set of 'Good Morning America' got a redesigned anchor desk a few weeks back, with two wide panels added to the front side of the set piece.That addition resulted in viewers no longer being able to see the legs of the ABC morning show's hosts, which was exactly the point according to one source.Our sources say ABC offered Josh between and million to stay, but he chose NBC despite the fact that they offered him just over million.