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Mike, Sue, and Kacie Demolish Good Day Philadelphia Studio On Air

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Today marks the last day in FOX 29’s Good Day Philadelphia studio! The morning show will be getting a brand new set in a couple of weeks but today's job was to bring this one down with a bang!

Before Mike, Kacie, and Sue took on an all hands demolition, they gave viewers a tour behind the scenes of the set. Fans got in on a very big secret….where we keep our guests.

FOX 29 has even more exciting news underway. After a nationwide search, Alex Holley will join the Philly’s favorite morning crew in the new studio in September.

Take a trip down memory lane, and see the crew’s unforgettable explosion in the video above.

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