Guests and Topics for May 21

Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

From pro-football to television. That's the path of one of the stars of "As the World Turns," (search) DJ Lockhart-Johnson. How did that happen?

The 9/11 hearings (search) were held to find out what went wrong. So why did it turn into a big blame game? Best-selling author Dr. Georgia Witkin, shares her thoughts.

President Bush says Iraqis are ready to "take the training wheels off" and assume some political power. But he warns violence will increase. What's next? We ask Dana Dillon, a senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation.

'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)

And the winner is ... Joins us to find out Sports Edge magazine's "Sports Product of the Year."

Will high prices at the pump put the brakes on people's summer travel plans? Joining us is Dagen McDowell, FNC business news correspondent.

He was the sexy investigator in the hit series "Magnum, P.I." Now, actor Tom Selleck is back as a police detective and as a general-turned-president. The star gives us a sneak peek into his newest projects.

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