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good morning, and breaking now. after the staggering $2 billion loss, shock waves growing at america's biggest bank. this woman, one of the top executives on wall street, is out. the market's set to drop this morning. how the billion-dollar blunder at jpmorgan chase will slam your wallet. sole survivor. a heroic rescue after a plane crash saturday. just after takeoff, bursting into flames. how this former marine gave his life to save his fellow classmate. her parents calling her survival a miracle. family secret. a "modern family" star in trouble. on the facial's most popular comedy. her life saving surgery kept under wraps until now. how her tv family is helping her heal. so dog gone cute. the four-legged star that could
now be the world's most famous pup. move over uggie and lassie, pudey is heading to hollywood. we'll introduce you to pudsey right here on "gma." he's heading over to hollywood with his very own doggy guard. boy, he got to simon cowell. what a dog right there. >> very much so. >> we have a lot to get to this morning. happy monday to all of you. check this out. check this out. the cover of "newsweek" magazine. very provocative. calling barack obama the first gay president. that's a riff on what tony morrison said about president clinton, calling him the first black president. robin, your interview still playing out all across the country. there's mitt romney declaring his opposition to same-sex marriage, the big question now, how will this play out in the presidential race.
>> and the president will be here in new york later today. >> and the latest of the two tennessee girls and their dangerous rescue, out of the hands of one of the most dangerous men in the country. they are back with their father now, as you know. but there are new details about what they went through the days they were missing. >> they hadn't eaten for days. a harrowing story. it's down to the wire on "dancing with the stars." we'll take you behind the scenes with the four couples competing to take home the mirror ball trophy. semifinals tonight. right now we want to get to the news. josh elliott here. that huge loss at america's biggest bank hitting home. >> good morning to all of you and all of you. we'll begin with the latest fallout after the colossal loss by jm morgan chase. after it was learned the bank lost at least $2 billion in a single series of trades, three of the company's top traders are out of jobs this morning. david muir is here with the latest. good morning, dave. >> good morning, josh. as you know the dominos are starting to fall over jpmorgan chase. it comes after the nation's biggest bank revealed the stunning $6.2 million loss.
just six weeks after making bets against the instability in europe. after making risky bets against all of the instability in europe. now ina drew, number eight on the highest paid businesswomen's list, earning nearly $16 million last year. is now stepping down with two other executives. this, after the stock tumbled 9% in one day. losing a staggering $14 billion in value. >> obviously, david, as well a real black eye for ceo jamie dimon, navigating safely through the 2008 crash. >> particularly because it was dimon who led the way fighting increased oversight of the banks. he's calling this a terrible egregious mistake. who will be next? a lot of eyes on the trader known as the name voldemort from "harry potter." all of this, of course, a drag on the market. wall street already opening down, and this comes after asian and european markets tumbled overnight. we'll be watching wall street all week here, josh. over to you. >> i know you'll have the answers to the questions later. another stock to watch today. yahoo! after just four months as ceo, scott thompson is out because of an error on his
resume. we also learned overnight he has thyroid cancer. he said that, too, was a factor in his resignation. thompson was yahoo!'s fourth ceo in five years. interim ceo ross levinsohn is popular with employees and has experience with digital and media companies. and we have breaking news from arizona where hundreds of firefighters right now are battling five wildfires. using helicopter to dump water on the flames. all together more than 6,000 acres have been scorched. at least three buildings destroyed in a mining community. some residents have been ordered to evacuate. we'll have news as it becomes available. meanwhile, near los angeles, take a look at what one family woke up to. a lexus in their pool. the driver, apparently -- what do you mean, apparently -- failed to negotiate a turn, smashed through a cinder block wall. and then as you can see, sank to the bottom. driver able to get out through the passenger window. silver lexus, not so lucky. it had to be removed with the
cranes. the police say the driver was drunk. and finally, just as they do to supervillains, "the avengers" beating up on the box office. ruling in record fashion this past week. the marvel comic superheroes taking in more than $103 million. that is now a record for a weekend after a debut. all together worldwide sales for the "avengers" passed $1 billion, tying the record for reaching that mark the fastest. we should again mention, "the avengers" is a disney film and we're just as happen they did. >> thanks, josh. now to the race for the white house. both candidates dealing with the hot button issue of gay marriage over the weekend. they try to pivot to the top priority, the economy. it's "your voice, your vote" with jake tapper. good morning, jake. >> reporter: good morning, george. the first sitting president to sit with the ladies of "the view" will do so again today. in a show to air tomorrow. whether you consider the
president's new position on same-sex marriage to be a flip-flop or evolution, it will no doubt get a lot of air time. the president will explain his new view on "the view." >> hi, mr. president. >> reporter: a hop on the comfy couch with barbara, joy, sherri, whoopi, and elisabeth could not come at a better time for the president. after days of heated debate over his new position, in favor of same-sex marriage. >> same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> reporter: mitt romney took the opportunity at a commencement address at a christian college to reaffirm his disagreement on the issue. >> marriage is a relationship between one man and one woman. >> reporter: while the debate over the president's new position took on a fever pitch. >> i think that the way they have handled this with the bumbling and vice president biden and then -- it's like an abbott and costello hit, who's on first? >> i expected the president to be supporting same-sex marriage
because frankly the absence of anything against it you believe people would be treated fairly. >> reporter: on its cover, "newsweek" anoints the president with a rainbow halo. dubbing him the first gay president. "the new yorker" uses the same colors for the white house columns. amidst all of that contentious debate, the campaigns pushed traditional mother's day messages as well. with this photo of the proud grandparents, romney, greeting the latest additions to the romney family. both campaigns releasing mother's day videos. >> having been through so much herself with her m.s. and cancer. >> i would like to say that i had something to do with it. but i think in fairness, i have to give her most of the credit. >> reporter: the obama campaign is eager to change the subject to romney's record in the private sector. they have a powerful new ad out today looking at how bain capital, under romney, dealt with one particular steel company in kansas city, missouri, painting mitt romney as a heartless robber baron.
very unflattering attack, george. >> and unusually long. two minutes long. any sense of how the romney campaign will respond? >> reporter: usually, the campaigns are quick to have responses. this morning, no response from the romney team about this ad, george. >> okay, jake tapper, thanks very much. to the high-stakes john edwards trial. the defense set to kick off their case this morning. the big question, will the former presidential candidate take the stand in his own defense? as the edwards defense team begins its case today, they'll try to convince the jury that john edwards may have used donations to cover up his affair, but he did not violate campaign finance laws. their strategy? discredit the prosecution's star witness. former edwards fund-raiser, andrew young. he admitted to double-dipping into the $1 million used to hide edwards' affair with rielle hunter. rielle hunter may take the stand later this week. one possible defense witness is edwards' oldest daughter, cate. who has accompanied her father
to court nearly every day. some of the strongest testimony could come from former members of the federal elections commission. who governed the campaign's cash flow and will likely testify the money in question was either a gift or a noncampaign contribution. will edwards take the stand? while his attorneys hope it will not come to that, his testimony could be key to proving he did nothing illegal. let's bring in "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams to talk more about this. of course, edwards well known as a savvy trial lawyer. pros and cons for putting him on the stand? >> a lot of people out there saying they expect john edwards to take the stand. i don't think there's a chance edwards will take the stand in this case. the defense here is that he's a scoundrel and a liar, but not a criminal. so, i think it is simply too risky to put that scoundrel and liar on the witness stand to try to talk his way out of it. i simply don't see an upside here. because what the defense wants to do, they want to force the prosecution to prove this somewhat difficult legal hurdle. once you put john edwards on the stand, everything changes.
the entire case then hinges on john edwards. if those jurors don't believe him, they don't think he's been honest with them, then the defense could be in big trouble. i don't think they'll chance it. >> his oldest daughter, cate, has been with him. by his side for much of the trial. there's a debate of whether we'll see her on the stand, dan. >> far less risky to put cate on the stand. there, what you want from her legally is to say what's going on in john edwards' head at the time. the notion he was trying to cover this up from his wife but certainly didn't believe this was a campaign donation. she won't be that significant in terms of the ultimate outcome. but she could be helpful in humanizing john edwards and showing that his own daughter is there testifying on his behalf. >> and no doubt would be emotional, which we've seen, of course, emotion from her since this trial has begun. >> absolutely. >> the defense, did they give you -- i know you have talked a little bit, did they give you a hint on friday what the strategy would be?
>> i was interested to see that now the defense is conceding to some degree that john edwards knew about the money. remember, there were two questions here. number one, did john edwards know about the money. number two, did he have the intent to essentially help cover up this affair for the purposes of his campaign. the fact that the defense seems to be saying, yeah, he may have known about the money, to me, is a move, i think a smart move toward simply arguing this simply had nothing to do with the campaign. >> tipped their hand a little bit there. all right, dan, thank you. okay, robin. new details, new information on the two little girls rescued from one of the most wanted men in america. after days on the run and without food, they're home with their father. new details about how they're coping after the end of their abduction. yunji de nies has their story. >> reporter: this morning, alexandria and kyliyah bain are home with their father. working on the long process of healing after surviving the unthinkable. abc news has learned that the girls know many of the gruesome details of what
happened, including that their mother and sister are dead. >> the bain girls have received therapy and counseling since we first recovered them and yesterday for the past day and a half, they've received forensic interviews to determine if there are other perpetrators out there. >> reporter: abc news is also learning new information about their 13-day ordeal. investigators believe adam mayes hood been holding the girls in the woods since april 30th or may 1st. he had been carrying a backpack, of food and water, but those supplies ran out some three days before the girls were rescued. >> i just loved them and hugged them and told them it was going to be okay. and they were provided with some cookies and water. and they were, you know, hungry. >> reporter: after a short standoff thursday night, mayes shot himself in the head. as the girls lay silent on the ground nearby. one of the girls reportedly said to the other, now we can go home. right now, the family's focus is on just being together.
>> as much as the girls can have some sense of normalcy, being with dad, being in the home, these types of things will be very comforting and helpful to the girls. >> since the day we recovered the girls, we saw them to be very strong, strong-willed young ladies. >> reporter: a family spokesperson tells abc news some days are good, some days are bad. just like anyone who is grieving. for "good morning america," yunji de nies, abc news, atlanta. >> we continue to think about those little girls. there's a remarkable survival story this morning. a young woman, fresh out of college, now the only survivor in a fiery plane crash on the way to a christian youth rally. linsey davis is here with that. good morning, linsey. >> good morning, robin. another example of a "there but by the grace of god go i" story. this is a story of survival and sacrifice. hannah luce is alive and starting to breathe on her own
this morning, thanks to the incredible heroism of a friend who spent the final minutes of his life saving hers. her family says it can only be described as a miracle, that this morning, 22-year-old hannah luce is alive. she's the sole survivor of a deadly plane crash that claimed the lives of three of her friends, as well as the plane's experienced young pilot. >> while we're thankful for this miracle with hannah, we're truly grieving with all of the parents. >> reporter: luce and her three friends were aboard this plane on friday heading to a christian youth rally in iowa held by teen mania ministries, an organization founded by luce's father. after taking off from this tulsa airport, something suddenly went wrong. the aircraft landed in a field and skidded about 200 feet before hitting several trees and bursting into flames. the pilot, 23-year-old luke sheets and 29-year-old garrett coble and 22-year-old steven luth, all died at the scene. >> my name is austin anderson. i'm a junior. >> reporter: 27-year-old austin
anderson, seen here in a school video, was a former marine who completed two tours in iraq. he just graduated from oral roberts university on may 5th. he reportedly pulled luce out of the burning plane and incredibly, the two were able to walk to a nearby road. >> she's not able to talk. because she's been on and off the respirator. she was able to write down that austin saved me, austin saved me. >> reporter: anderson later died in the hospital, suffering burns over 90% of his body. >> he was a very tough guy. but he also, like, once you got to know him, he was like so much a teddy bear. >> i can't imagine someone being so injured making such an effort. >> reporter: luce is now in stable but serious condition. later today, she'll undergo skin grafts for burns covering 28% of her body. the national transportation safety board is investigating just what happened. they said there was no distress call and the pilot lost control
with the air traffic control shortly after descending to a lower level. right now the focus is on hope. hannah is expected to get out of the hospital in two three weeks and make a full recovery. >> it's amazing. absolutely amazing. >> it really is. thank you so much. first check of the weather now with sam. >> good monday morning. robin, george, linsey. hello, everyone. we're going to start with pictures of strong storms. these storms we've had this spring have had an awful lot of hail with them. imagine, you just step out the front door and get a picture of some hail. now imagine, like this. you're taking a shot of the hail outside. >> oh, my gosh, right near my freaking house, people. >> you look up, you see that coming over the neighborhood. the signature, when you see hail it doesn't necessarily mean there's always a tornado. but it's a sign of severe storms. so you need to be very, very careful when you're out looking at the hail during a storm season. now we've got all of this going on on the eastern seaboard after a beautiful mother's day weekend. we've got very heavy rain over the next 24, maybe 48 hours.
>> wait until you see the heat coming your way, seattle, >> wait until you see the heat coming your way, seattle, portland, medford coming your during the day today. robin, george, josh. wait until you see this. pudsey the dancing dog. don't go anywhere right now. he had all the right moves over the weekend. now he's headed for hollywood. abc's nick watt had a chance to meet with pudsey and is london this morning. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, george. the people of britain have just voted a dog more talented than all the human contestants on "britain's got talent." i don't know what that means. so let's just leave it there. ♪ >> reporter: this little furball with the fancy feet just won 800 800,000 bucks. he's so hot right now, he made simon cowell wait for an audience.
come on. pudsey, do what you're told. 17-year-old ashley does the talking for him. do you think he's going to change, as a dog? >> i think he's starting to be a little bit more diva, definitely. >> reporter: yep, filet mignon first class and doggy guards. >> do you think your dog and you could win an oscar? >> yes. >> reporter: in the year when "the artist" swept the oscars with uggie the star, dogs are in. are you on this afternoon's flight to los angeles or tomorrow? >> um -- there's been so much in the newspapers about going to hollywood. i'm like, okay. >> reporter: why not? a dog that can dance like a dude, that can melt simon cowell's cold heart. >> this is what i have been waiting for all my life. >> reporter: remember, susan boyle didn't even win "britain's got talent" and look what happened to her. plus, pudsey has ashley at his side. you're 17, you should be out having fun. >> i know.
>> reporter: maybe a boyfriend. no? >> no, i -- it's all pudsey. it's all focus on pudsey. >> reporter: she'll keep him on the straight and narrow. no sniffing around the dog pound for lady no o.d. 'ing on scooby snacks. this mongrel is going to be a star. now, ashley has owned pudsey since the day he was born. she was 11. their bond is very, very sweet. i hope they don't fall out over the cash. we have seen it happen before, guys. we've seen it happen before. >> yes, we have. >> nick watt, thank you very much. coming up, the frantic search for little isabel. why are police keeping her father away from his other children? dan and nancy weigh in. and the "modern family" star revealing a life saving health secret. how her dad saved her. little lupo is not bad.
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ago and began establishing an urban farm the university use fast land for agricultural research and warned the protesters to leave. let's see how it is affecting streets. san pablo avenue closed between marin and monroe. i would avoid that stretch. there is also hot spot on the peninsula. north 101 still heavy through mountain view south 101 accident at university causing slow traffic. back-up at the bay bridge toll towards the foot of the maze. >> that shot looked like they were detaining people.
welcome back. we're looking east towards mount diablo one of the few areas seeing sun east bay valleys cloudy, mid to upper 50s, 50 santa rosa. more sunshine this afternoon temperatures still below average upper 50s along the coast mid to upper 70s bay shore into the north bay east bay and south bay low to
i would be in a lot of pain a lot of the time if i didn't get, like, 12 hours of sleep, i felt like i got, like, none at all. >> boy, you would have never known it. there's a big secret from the set of "modern family." sarah hyland reveals her health struggle right here for the first time. we'll learn how her tv family is helping her put her life back together. this is serious. this is really something. >> i know, very surprising. and the latest on little isabel. her father says she vanished from her bedroom. why have authorities banned him from seeing his other children right now? dan and nancy will be here live to weigh in. >> a lot of head-scratching on that one. no hollywood ending for jennie garth. she's opening up about her marriage and how she's picking up the pieces. >> and we'll lighten it up as well.
because it's the countdown to the final four showdown in the ballroom. who do you have? we're going to go backstage at "dancing with the stars." the 6-year-old isabel celis the 6-year-old disappeared from her bedroom almost a nothing ago. now police are barring her father from any contact with her older brothers. ryan owens has the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. police here in tucson say this does not mean he is considered a suspect in the disappearance of his daughter but clearly it does isolate him from the rest of his family and races a whole new set of questions. >> we're looking -- we're looking for you isa. we love you. >> reporter: the father who tearfully pleaded for his daughter's safe return has lost his other two children. at least for now. three weeks after isabel celis disappeared from her tucson bedroom, child protective services banned her father from contact with her two brothers.
>> there was a need to institute some measures to ensure the welfare of the older siblings. >> reporter: police will not say why the father was forced to move out. their mother, rebecca, now has sole custody and did not want to talk about her husband as she spent a bittersweet mother's day with two of her three children. >> i'm happy to have my two boys. but sad because i can't celebrate without isabel here. it's just not a mother's day that i want to celebrate again. >> reporter: police say the decision to suddenly divide this family does not mean they are focusing on sergio celis as a suspect in the 6-year-old's disappearance. the move puts the spotlight squarely on him. >> the question is does he go beyond that? is there an issue between the father and isabel? is it to the extent that the police are concerned that the father had something to do with
isabel's disappearance? >> reporter: isabel's father was the first person to report her missing on the morning of april 21st. the screen on her bedroom window gone. police still say they have no suspects. >> to the person or persons who have isabel, tell us your demands. >> reporter: sergio celis has not commented publicly about the separation from his family and he did not return our numerous phone calls. and, george he did not return our repeated request force an interview. >> okay, thanks. >> let's bring in nancy grace and dan abrams. nancy, let me begin with you. police trying to tamp down speculation, calling this common practice. it sure seems extraordinary. >> well, police have acted like everything has been routine. i can tell you, point blank, it is not common practice to bar a father, to outright ban him from even contacting his other children. i mean, no supervised visits, no
telephone calls. no anything. that is not common. >> no, you wouldn't think so, dan. and again, they're not saying he's a suspect. which i i understand. what would lead them to take him away from his kids? >> this is a big deal. for anyone to suggest it happens all the time, no, it doesn't. nancy is absolutely right. this is a very draconian measure to take. even looking to this sort of access to children prism, this means they think this guy is a real problem for his children. now, do we know that it's necessarily connected? no. but you've got to believe that in the context of this investigation, they have learned a lot more about the familial relationship here. and have at the very least, concluded they need to keep him
away from his kids. >> what other things could come up that would lead them to do this? >> well, it could be a number of things. that he's cracking under the pressure of the investigation in isabel's disappearance. it could mean that he's drinking, done drugs. it could be a number of things. anything where you can apply to a situation where a child is taken from the parents. let me remind you that the lieutenant says that he was taken away from his children because of something that was developed during the isabel investigation. in other words, this touches on the investigation. by the way, i read his words. >> dan, there was a lot of commentary about how the parents handled this in the beginning, not speaking out forcefully enough. >> i don't think that is very instructive. in any of these cases. on the other hand you see people like susan smith or scott peterson who go out there publicly and you find out they were very much involved. i think when you're told you can no longer see your children, your two other children, that is significant. i do think, when you're told
you can no longer see your children, your two other children, that is very significant. they may be trying to make sure they don't deal with a situation that the two older children are in some way at risk from him. i can't think of another reason you would keep them away. >> it could be coaching. i don't think that's enough to ban you from any supervised visits. >> totally agree. >> another thing, dan, if it was. let's look an the bright side. if it was coaching, in other words to those not in the legal field, he's telling them what he thinks they should say to police, if that is the issue, why would he be coaching them? why not want them to just say what they saw and heard? >> i think nancy's right. that wouldn't be enough in and of itself to say that you can't have access to your kids. there is something more here. the authorities are concerned about this guy, and him contacting his two other children, and that sure does make you think long and hard about what else they know.
>> and nancy, we also know both parents took a lie detector test. but that's not been released to the public. and the 911 call has not been released to the public. does that tell you anything? >> it does. typically, when family members take lie detector tests, they immediately put it out there, hey, we've taken the lie detector test, we've passed it. look beyond the family. i'm going over the facts, not pointing a finger. police continue to say the family has not been ruled out. it's been a month now. they start with the family and then move out. that's typical. but here they have never left the family. and again, the detective told me point blank, they've done everything s.o.p. they've tried or given polygraphs but have not seen the results. >> nancy, dan, thank you both very much. time for the weather and
sam. we're going to start with a big deal in texas. already, a lot of places have received more rain already than we did all of last year. with these few soaking rainfalls. one thing that just makes me a happy weather geek. my weather graphic's team put the water feature into the box. look at that. the sloshing water in the top. the little glimmer going down there. >> that's really fancy. >> i'm the happiest guy in the planet when i see graphics like that. let's take a look at what's going on in the west. the heat spreads in. dry heat in texas over the next couple of days. stay in the 80s with all of that sunshine. phoenix, above 100. denver, 77 to 83. a quick look at the rest of the country. >> all that weather was brought to you by walmart. george?
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walks up the stairs, that's like, my workout for the week. i was like -- >> reporter: for the first time sara is sharing something. she learned at 9 she had kidney displaz ya. without a donner she faced a life on dialysis. in order the get the transplant sh her health had to get worse. >> in a lot of pain all of the time. if i didn't get 12 hours of sleep, i felt like i got none at all. >> reporter: somehow you managed to kind of physically put the hard parts aside and get up and go to work in the morning. >> if you're sick you go the work, between takes, you sit down or lay your head down or something. >> why do skru have to be such a psycho control freak? >> reporter: her health deteriorated. the search for a donor began. the perfect match was right there all along. her father actor edward james
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♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ how about that monday morning crowd out in times square? a lot of people extending their mother's day weekend. having some fun out there. how about "dancing with the stars," semifinals tonight. four couples left. they're all prepping for the danceoff. only three make to it next week. we're going behind the scenes this morning. >> we saw some donald driver fans outside. have you heard about this. this new specialty pawnshop for the rich and famous. it's a new boom in trading in luxury items for fast cash. >> i brake for pawnshops. i do.
oh hi. so -- jennie garth. she's in the news also. i'm having a -- thank you. her split after 11 years of marriage really threw her for a loop. she's revealing how wrenching the journey has been. and we're very excited because folks have been lining up all night. superstar adam lambert. >> yeah! >> here live. he will be performing. i've been loving his new music. not that there was anything wrong with the old music. the new one that's dropping. is he going to be perhapsing is him before performing? >> he's performing in "pop news" today. should be scary. >> let's get to the news. we begin with the shakeup that is beginning this morning at the nation's largest bank. jpmorgan chase is accepting the resignations of three of its top traders, shouldering much of the
blame for the embarrassing $2 billion loss. among them that woman, ina drew. one of the most powerful women on wall street. and jurors in the john edwards corruption trial will begin to hear from his defense lawyers later today. the lawyers are trying to convince the jury that he did not try to hide his misfresz from voters. it's not clear whether edwards will take the stand. and search teams will be back in the rugal mountains around los angeles today searching for a missing fbi agent. stephen ivens has not been seen since last thursday. he could be suicidal. he may have his handgun with him. frergtorget about texting while driving. texting while walking is illegal
in one new jersey town. fort lee police issuing tickets. 85 bucks a pop. me des repedestrians texting and walking is dangerous. mark zuckerberg 28 years old today. just four days before his little business goes public. 100 -- will be one of the biggest stock offerings in history. not a bad birthday prent to you, mark. one more tech note. william scott, born sunday at a hospital near fort bragg. his father serving in afghanistan witnessed his birth thanks to skype. there you see him, darren scott called it the closest thing to be there in person. we're going the call it one heck of a mother's day present for
the whole family. and finally, look at the shocking surprise here. this one from sunday's graduation at american university in washington. moments after sara cooper got a degree on stage, her boyfriend, sam miller, on one knee pro posing marriage. she said yes. to the screaming of approval from the crowd and from all of us here at "good morning america," particularly, sam champion and his cold dead heart, we say, congratulations. >> he's crying over there. >> because their parents asked them to wait until they got through college. and he barely waited. but he did. >> technically, he did. >> and she was excited. >> she was. as well she should be. >> we're excited to have you back. you did great job on friday sam. >> not saying i didn't do great job, but thank god you're back lara. >> end on an era last night on tv. if you missed the finale of "desperate housewives," it had
it all. one last poker game. and thankfully happily ever afters for every one of them. we thank them for eight years of fun sunday nights. [ applause ] >> well done. >> thank you. the royals were out and about this week end. a charity polo match. princes william and harry helped lead their team to victory. who doesn't love a man in uniform. she wasn't alone. lupo made an appearance. that was until harry came over the give the pooch a kiss. and he made funny faces at a friend's baby. maybe harry will be babysitting soon for his brother and sister-in-law, just saying. >> what are you saying? >> starting a rumor. >> well, yes. >> don't snatch the baby. come on.
>> that is all you. we're less than a month away from going to the big -- jubilee. we need our fascinators. >> we're going to have so much fun. adam is waiting in the wings. when are you going to bring him in? >> get on over here. adam lambert joining us in "pop news." he's going to perform later in the show, everybody. a big album coming out tomorrow. tress trespassing? >> yes. >> barbra streisand, boy, does she still visit. a big, huge contract extension, dlsh $30 million. how about this, barbra and rihanna? or adam? >> yeah. >> they want her to pair with the younger generation. what would you sing with barbra? >> maybe "the way we were."
>> you're looking at tony bennett. he did it. starting rumors right here. um hey, and finally, everybody. finally. thank you. monday seemed like the perfect day to show you this video. it gives new meaning to the term lazy boy. no follow-up needed. i don't know anything about it. i found it on youtube. the guy with a motorized barcalounger on the way to work. >> where is the air bag? what happens if he hits something? >> he's on the right. >> safety first. >> can it recline? that's what i want to know. did he put his feet up and drive? >> no followup. that is "pop news." sam is waiting outside. will you throw weather? >> sam champion and weather. sam.
>> that jacket is hot. can i pull that off? i'm not sure. could it? ladies, let me see the other side of the sign. and why has this been passed around to several people? >> because one was the artist. one is the intended? >> only one of you wants to marry josh. >> that's true. >> was we're bridesmaids. >> all right. careful josh. careful. show you what is going on this morning. a shot of washington, d.c., just a little misty, messy. we have clouds up and down the eastern seaboard. each one of these systems carrying a load of rain and very slow moving. folks, think about an umbrella today for showers. here's what's going on in the west. the coastal town a little bit cooler than inland areas. vegas, all the way to phoenix,
already at 100 and above. there's the west coast on a fly by. as we like to say, why sould you move, the map should com >> what is up with the monday crowd today? this is huge. now it's back to -- >> lara! >> oh great energy. thank you, sam, and everybody out there. here's a look at what we have coming up -- jennie garth speaking out about her emotional divorce and how she's picking up
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myself for not being enough or if i'm angry at him for not considering me to be enough. >> reporter: in this new video, jennie garth talks about the end of her 11-year marriage to actor peter facinelli. >> you hope you're going to grow old together. and it's -- it threw me for a loop. >> reporter: the former "beverly hills 90210" star opens up. in a very emotional new episode of her reality show "general ne garth, a little bit country." >> the part about the kids is hard part. letting them down. i feel like i've failed them somehow. >> reporter: the hollywood golden couple, along with their three children seemed the picture of marital bliss. then in march, facinelli -- >> it brings me happiness. >> reporter: who has starred in the "twilight" films filed for divorce. >> it's painful to break up with somebody after you have been together for 17 years. >> reporter: garth spoke after
their split telling "people" magazine, quote -- i tried everything i could to save our marriage. i was very resistant. i didn't want it to happen. >> they are moving forward. >> reporter: it appears to be the end of her storybook romance. she says she's still lucky. >> with everything i'm going through, i feel really blessed. i'm not taking any of it for granted. >> wishing all of them the best. "dancing with the stars" time now. semifinals tonight. four couples left. only three make to it the finals next week. how are they holding up under all the pressure? dance pro tony dovolani dropped in on them. he'll tell us more in a moment. he'll he's holding up well. first, take a look at what she saw behind the scenes. ♪ i'm sexy and i know it ♪ >> reporter: they're sexy and they sure seem to know it. burning up the ballroom every week.
♪ i'm sexy and i know it ♪ >> reporter: all the magic takes lots of practice. so we asked tony to go inside the rehearsals for a sneak peek at what is next. first up, the duo william and cheryl. they bicker like an old but loving married couple. >> you have to be patient with yourself. >> yes, i know, i know. ♪ >> reporter: just last week, tony joined them for a rousing paso doble. >> hello. i knew it would get hot in here. i decided to wear a fireman's jacket. you're the hottest couple. let me take this thing off, actually. william, how excited are you to make it this far, brother? >> excited. >> describe the year. >> up and down. love each other, hate each other. every day we go through like 30 different emotions. >> what is something you learned about william that surprised you? >> he has a sense of humor about himself. he doesn't take himself too seriously. >> reporter: next, tony dropped in on katherine and mark. who keep delivering knockout
performances. last week barely saving their cha-cha from a wardrobe malfunction. >> the kick wasn't part of the routine. >> oh, it wasn't? >> i unfastened it. >> i kicked it off. really? >> yep. >> he wanted me to be sexy. i nearly had a panic attack thinking i had to do that in front of america. >> shaking your sexy bits? >> my naughty bits. >> oh, your naughty bits. mark, what has surprised you about katherine? >> very humble. easy to deal with. not usually a drama queen. sometimes. sometimes a drama queen. >> reporter: donald and peta bring enthusiasm determination, and laughter to every step. they're still learning a lot about each other. >> she would get cheese. flat cheese and eat the whole thing. i don't know why she ain't con
constipated. >> he loves lunchables. he can't go day without one of them. >> what's in them? >> the ham, the cheese. >> a lunchbox? >> half a lunch. >> three times. did you imagine you would be here? >> yes. >> good for you. >> yes, i did. i told her day one, i didn't come in to lose. it's important for me to win for peta. >> reporter: and rounding out the final four, maria and derek. plagued with injuries. but always pushing the envelope. >> i don't think you needed the kiss. i think that was a sellout. >> what have you learned about -- about one another? like, speaking of -- that laugh. has it worn off yet? >> i'm numb to it. >> tell us something that might be a quirk of his. >> he loves playing with the seam of his shirt. if he finds a spot, he gets obsessed. >> like he's doing it right now. >> reporter: and as tony learned when he offered last-minute coaching, some couples are still hoping to score a 10 from a certain judge.
>> i didn't think that spinny thing was really in character. >> we still haven't had a 10 from len. >> the one thing len likes is the frame. >> there you go. you better give a 10. ♪ i'm sexy and i know it ♪ >> reporter: and tony joins us now from florida. no one else has been behind the scenes like you this last week. you have seen them up close. how do you handicap it? >> it's interesting. i think it's going to be really whoever makes a mistake that will be in trouble this week. all four couples have very strong -- presentation on the floor. i think whoever makes a mistake might be in trouble. >> we saw a little bit of that last week when katherine and mark slipped. i guess it wasn't really a mistake. it was a wardrobe malfunction. how do they get back? >> i think they'll come back strong. this week, katherine's determined to make a comeback. especially after that wardrobe malfunction. it boosted them up.
it's the final week before the final push. i think all four couples will be ready to battle. >> it makes them an underdog. that helps with the fans? >> it does. definitely helps with the fans. i think maria's injuries have helped with the fans. i think it might affect her a little bit this week. but she's a greek warrior. i think she'll do fine. >> that's right. she's a spartan. but she's been trying to do double duty all year long. both working and dancing. she's had those injuries. at some point, fatigue sets in. >> not so much the fatigue as the frustration that goes behind it. i hope they don't kill each other along the way. >> wait a second. say more about that now. >> well, they -- when there's chemistry, which we have clearly seen between derek and maria, sometimes it gets intense. you get tired, the patience wears thin. we might see fireworks. >> that would be something.
i gotta put you on the spot. only a few seconds. tell us who is going home tonight. >> you know, it's going to be interesting. it might be one of the girls. i think the boys are presenting themselves strongly. out there. it might the one of the girls. it might be between katherine and maria. we'll see which one goes there. >> you won't tell us which one? >> whoever goes home, it will be a shame. there's no loser there. you know what i mean. >> such a nice guy. >> i think donald is -- >> he's right. >> he's right. >> he's right. at this point, they're all good. real good. >> i gotta get him up on "this week." he can dance around the table. tony, way to go. sherri shepherd will be here tomorrow. "dancing with the stars" tonight at 8:00. right here on abc. >> thank you, george. thank you, tony. too close to call. you heard lara. she not only brakes for yard sales. for pawnshops as well. they're no longer just if you're
down on your luck. they're a place for the rich and famous as well. trading in high-end luxury items for fast, big bucks. abc's abbie boudreau has more on the new phenomenon. >> reporter: gold. diamonds. jewels. and art. the classic pawnshop. where you sell or get a loan for your gems to pay back later. it's become a reality tv sensation. >> everything in here has a story. and a price. >> reporter: with his shows like "pawn stars." but what about here? in beverly hills. even the richest of the rich fall on hard times. and when they need fast cash, they head here. well, not exactly here. >> it's beautiful. believe me. i like this stone. >> reporter: yosi dina running an elite pawnshop.
vanessa is one of them. a beverly hills hairdresser. now getting divorced. a lot of people wouldn't think you would need a loan right now. hi do you? >> the house is going to foreclosure. i'm going to be in the street. i have no support. >> reporter: why not go to the bank? >> nobody will give me a loan. >> reporter: her meal ticket? this. >> $600,000 retail price. the jewelry doesn't work for the bank. my best option was to go to pawnshop and try to sell it. >> reporter: she hopes to borrow quick cash on it until her divorce settlement and use the money to support her children. >> i need to pay for the clothes, the food. if i want to go to disneyland. i mean, children cost money. >> nice meeting you. you need money immediately or you can wait? >> no, immediately. >> i can sell this between $300 to $400,000. i can give you a $150,000 to $200,000 loan. >> and if i sell it? >> you get the difference. >> reporter: she decides to sell it.
there's no recession within these walls. >> we're in a bad time now. rich people buy. this piece will be sold honestly, less than a week. you want to take a trip to my safe? >> reporter: the contents of his vault valued at millions. >> i have a gold guitar. >> reporter: one client who will never sell? former football star doakie williams. >> same as always. >> how much you want now? >> $10,000? >> reporter: he brings in his 1983 super bowl ring over and over, any time he needs cash. >> you sure you don't want to sell it? >> never. this is better than a bank. the ease of it, the control of it. and besides this is safer here than it is with me, to be honest with you. >> i need your signature there. >> the people in the worst time. you want them to feel good about themselves. when she leaves here, she'll feel like a winner. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: for vanessa, cutting strings with the past and walking away with hundreds of thousands. what do you plan to do with that
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she's ready to find love again. cam caught up with her. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning, guys. emily took me into her home and opened her heart to me. but after going through heartbreak herself, she's tougher than ever. this season is not only on her terms. but it's on her home turf. take a look. she's the single mom america fell in love with while she was falling in love with brad womack on season 15 of "the bachelor." >> emily, please make me happier than i have ever been in my life and please marry me. >> i had such eye expectations for everything. >> reporter: emily maynard is back. she's looking for love on her terms. i sat down with her in her north carolina home just two days before she met her poe essential
suitors. this is matter of days now, you'll meet 25 guys. that's a lot of guys. >> yeah. >> reporter: sit daunting or plain fantastic? >> i think it sounds like so much fun. i'm so excited. but it's nerve racking, for sure. >> reporter: why did you decide to do it again? >> i said i would never do it. i sat and thought about it, all the reasons i wouldn't do it were based on fierce. i wasn't in a place where i wanted to think about going on a date, much less a whole lot of dates. i'm a mom. i didn't want to leave ricki again. >> reporter: this season, for the first time in "bachelor" and "bachelorette" history, the franchise relocated to emily's hometown charlotte where she lives with her 6-year-old daughter, ricki. what role did she lay in your taking or not taking the show? >> being away from her was the
hardest thing. i thought about it. i want to be able to teach her. if you feel good about something and have thought it through and prayed about it. your gut is still telling you to do it, i want her to distinguish and live her life. fearless. >> reporter: ricki gave me an excluzive tour of her tree house. okay. great. i'm sorks i thought i lost this. thank good ps i found it. you have a lot of fan support out there. including twitter. you're big on twitter. recently, at the gun range and you tweeted, this is what little girls are made of, gunpowder and lead. >> somebody asked me what my hob beast are. since i have had ricki i'm like, sitting in car pool, watching dance class. like making lunches. those are my hob beast. i have to get out and figure out what my hobbies are. i've taken shooting lessons and
camera lessons. >> reporter: how does somebody come up with that? what is something guys can do to make a good impression? >> i'm not into cheesy lines. >> reporter: looks like she moigt might not be able to make it through the season without a little bit of cheese. >> can i keep it? >> it's yours. >> got one of you. >> reporter: what will define this season as a success for you? >> i think ultimately figuring out about yourself. it teaches you so much more beyond the relationship. if i leave with a smile, if i leave with a boyfriend or fiance, even better. >> i think it's safe to say this season will be unlike any other. a lot of firsts this season. emily, a single mom, new location. and many, many more surprises. lara? >> i would imagine being a mom will change the way she
evaluates them, correct? >> definitely. her daughter, ricki will be in the forefront of her concern. not a lot of introductions with the guys ricki meeting the guys until they get down, or she gets down to the last few guys. so she can see how they are with kids. >> good idea. we'll be watching "the bachelorette." it premiers tonight at 9:30. you'll get a sneak peek inside "the bachelorette" pad on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. >> you could not ask for a bigger monday crowd. congratulations to you, gang. you're our biggest. including, oh, yeah, that's -- of course. we're zooming in. couldn't ask for a bigger crowd. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we want to show you. how about a look at fort walton beach.
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moment. but first, a proper welcome to adam lambert. great to have you back with us. the first one comes out. you're in a rush to get it out there. because after "american idol." this one, you're taking your time. how is it different? >> i just wanted to get back down to what i loved about music, take my time. write it from a place where i was at home, being with family celebrating birthdays. that's what music is all about. celebration. being back in a normal life for a little bit helped inspire it. >> it hasn't been normal since "american idol." a lot has come your way. in the sound checks, we've been moving and grooving. we're dancing. tell us about the sound and how different it is. >> i think funk is something that is universal. it exists now today on the radio with dance music. it's a modern version. go back to the classics.
disco and funk is timeless. i pulled a lot from that. i feel like anybody, no matter who you are, how old you are, girl, guy, american, international, everybody loves a good beat. >> are you all ready? ready for a good beat? thank you, adam, i love the group, too. to hear the first single, here's adam lambert with never close our eyes. thank you. ♪ ♪ i wish that this night would never be over ♪ ♪ if i had my way we would never close our eyes ♪ ♪ our eyes ♪ ♪ never ♪ ♪ i don't wanna let a minute get away cause we got no time to lose ♪
♪ none of us are promised to see tomorrow and what we do is ours to choose ♪ ♪ forget about the sunrise fight the sleep in your eyes ♪ ♪ i don't wanna miss a second with you ♪ ♪ let's stay this way forever it's only getting better if we want it to ♪ ♪ but you know i wish that this night would never be over ♪ ♪ there's plenty of time to sleep when we die ♪ ♪ so let's just stay awake until we grow older ♪ ♪ if i had my way we'd never close our eyes, our eyes,
never ♪ ♪ it's so hard to think this would fade away ♪ ♪ no, no ♪ ♪ but what goes up must come down ♪ ♪ down ♪ ♪ why can't we just live life with no consequence and always living the now ♪ ♪ forget about the sunrise fight the sleep in your eyes ♪ ♪ i don't wanna miss a second with you ♪ ♪ let's stay this way forever it's only getting better if we want it to ♪ ♪ you know that i wish that this night would never be over ♪ ♪ there's plenty of time to sleep when we die ♪
♪ so let's just stay awake until we grow older ♪ ♪ if i had my way we'd never close our eyes, our eyes, never ♪ ♪ ooh ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ ♪ you know that i wish that this night would never be over ♪ ♪ plenty of time to sleep when we die oh so let's just stay awake until we grow older ♪ ♪ if i have my way we'll never
biggest fan right here. that's great. so good. we have one more coming. trespassing online. adam lambert will play us off. >> come on, let's go. let's go. >> oh, my god! >> oh. ♪ ♪ well i was walking sometimes when i came across this guy is aing who are you where are you from ♪ ♪ no trespassing that's what he said ♪
starting at just $11.99. good morning i'm kristen sze in about an hour from now governor brown will reveal where he will make deeper cuts. over the weekend he posted this video warning the state deficit has soared to 16 billion dollars nearly double the figure projected. let's check in with mike. cooler than average that cool weather we had yesterday spilling into today. good morning. we'll be partly cloudy by the afternoon upper 50s to low 60s along the coast into san francisco, mid to upper 60s bay shore and north bay. warmer tomorrow. busy monday. bay bridge toll still backed up into the maze. a traffic jam westbound 37 out of vallejo past 121 all the way into novato because of an ea