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good morning, america. and breaking now, state of emergency. a federal disaster declared after a major chemical spill in west virginia. hundreds of thousands ordered not to bathe or drink their tap water this morning. the national guard being called out. damage control. chris christie apologizes 20 times in a dramatic two-hour press conference. he fires the woman at the center of the george washington bridge scandal. >> i am who i am, but i am not a bully. the investigation far from over. hundreds of new documents released this morning. caught on tape. this jaw-dropping crash as this car barrels through the doors of a drugstore. the incredible near-miss just as this shopper was trying to leave. and splash landing. extraordinary up-close footage as this plane goes down off the hawaiian coast, the camera
rolling the entire time from point of impact to a mad scramble jumping right into the open ocean. you've never seen anything like this before. and good morning, america. in this plane crash video, it's simply remarkable. take a look at it right now. it's like you're inside the plane for a second with the passengers with all the water. it's just rushing in. they're doing everything they can to escape. you see them trying to get out. right there and then as they keep on going they know they are getting out just in the nick of time because that plane continued to go under and it just sank. you will not believe this when you see it. >> the man filming every single second was wearing one of these, a gopro camera. it's all rage right now. it's become so popular. we'll show you the entire unbelievable footage unedited from beginning to end. >> it really is incredible.
right to that dangerous chemical spill in west virginia. right now so many people scrambling for water after residents were warned away from using tap water for anything. it could be toxic. linsey davis has the latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. this spill caused a mandatory shutdown for schools and restaurants. and after an overnight rush to of residents lined up to buy bottled waters, many places have already run out. this morning more than 300,000 west virginians are scrambling for water after a toxic chemical spill contaminated the main water supply in nine counties across charleston shutting down schools, businesses and the local government. >> i didn't know it was going to be this scary. >> reporter: many stores running dry just hours after west virginia's governor declared a state of emergency. >> do not drink it. do not cook with it. do not wash clothes in it. do not take a bath in it. >> reporter: the governor enlisting the national guard and fema to bring in water and supplies. the chemical reportedly leaked
from a 48,000-gallon tank before overrunning a containment area. and infiltrating the river. with two to three gallons of the toxins. officials say it's a skin and lung irritant that has the area wreaking of a licorice type smell. >> we've had complaints about eyes burning. things of that nature. >> reporter: they insist it's not deadly. cleanup crews works around the clock on the river as officials try to determine the extent of the damage but it could be weeks before the water supply is safe. abc news reached out to the chemical plant, freedom industries, overnight but have not heard back. this spill happened just upstream from what we're told is the largest water treatment plant in all of the eastern united states. this is a chemical used in the coal industry and according to local officials, it could be potentially harmful if swallowed. >> a lot of concern in that area and rightfully so. thank you. now to the latest on new jersey governor chris christie and the fallout from the rapidly unfolding scandal for him and his administration.
christie apologizing repeatedly during an extended press conference on thursday. abc's jim avila is in ft. lee, new jersey, the site of the traffic jams that touched off this scandal. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, robin. for the normally bombastic chris christie it was a political walk of shame and perhaps more importantly, a template of blanket denial of any personal involvement that will now be examined by everyone from the pruz press corps to the fbi. it was governor chris christie's worst day in politics ever and perhaps his most important. forced to lower his voice and meekly visit the small town of ft. lee to personally apologize to the mayor and its citizens. >> mayor and i had a good, productive meeting. >> i accepted his apology. >> reporter: that may have been the easy part because he had to fire two of his closest aides. >> i am embarrassed and humiliated. >> reporter: gone are deputy chief of staff bridget anne kelly and his political guru
bill stepien. she was doomed by this e-mail, "time for some traffic problems in ft. lee" after the mayor endorsed christie's opponent. the result, four days of commuter chaos and public safety delays that caused political retribution and closed access to the vital george washington bridge. >> i had no knowledge or involvement in this issue in its planning or its execution and i am stunned by the abject stupidity. i am heartbroken. >> reporter: to some it sound is like he felt more pain and fired his aides because they weren't loyal to him rather than his misconduct. are you the victim here? >> regardless of what it is, they're gone. i never had to get to the conduct, underlying conduct. if you lie when i ask a question you're fired. that's it. >> reporter: he insists his personal style does not foster
political vengeance. although he can be combative. >> i am who i am but i am not a bully. politics is a bean bag. >> reporter: the hard look at christie's role, if any, will begin today when his political opponents begin releasing as much as 5,000 documents and e-mails about these lane closures. george? >> a lot more to come. lots of legal and political fallout. let's bring in dan abrams and matthew dowd. watching that press conference yesterday, matthew, i thought he did as well as he could do in that forrum. >> reporter: under the circumstances he did about as well as he could expect and why is this important, for most people governor christie was the preseason pick to be the likely republican candidate for president and that's why it was important. but on three scales, on tone, he was contrite and he was humble and that was good. on the actions, immediate actions and the firings of that, actually bridget kelly when in
scene in "godfather ii" he says you broke my heart and then he's gone. that's what it sort of seemed like. and three, the length of it. how almost two-hour length of it was a good thing because it sucked the oxygen out of the room. for all of those factors i think he did as well as could be expected. >> he seemed to exhaust the questions yesterday, but, dan abrams, they are not over. you have this u.s. attorney launching a preliminary inquiry. >> yeah, well, that's basically him saying, i know this is a big deal, i know everyone wants an investigation here and we're going to have one. but when you think about what the potential federal crimes could be, it gets a lot tougher. now, before 2010 they might have had something which is called an honest services statute meaning there was something that demanded that public officials engage in honest services. the supreme court struck that down saying that unless there's money or kickbacks involved, then there's no federal crime. >> but even without a federal crime you have class action lawsuits right now. you have an inspector general's investigation. >> the last thing you want is investigations, particularly investigations where there's the
power to subpoena document, et cetera, because that can elicit more embarrassing political information. that's their greater concern is that the legal investigations will lead to embarrassing political information. >> also all the subpoenas kind of freeze up the government. >> absolutely. but i think the class action lawsuit is a real long shot when you're talking about state officials engaging in official state duties. >> matthew, what's the key to his political recovery? >> i think right now he's hostage to the truth. he's hostage to the statements yesterday and i think if he continues to be open, transparent and humble, if the facts support what he said yesterday he'll be okay. i actually believe if he gets through this and everything he said yesterday turns out to be true he could actually benefit from this because as you and i know most people and most politicians succeed have to have gone through serious adversity, overcome it and get to another level. if he's able to do that and still days and weeks ahead where we'll learn more, if he's able to do that he actually could be better off because of that
adversity than he was before. >> not politically failed by any means. thanks very much. all the latest on this and all the week's politics on "this week." now with josh with the other top stories. we begin with news overnight. another three americans have been killed in the crash of a military aircraft. this time a reconnaissance plane like the one you see there crashed in afghanistan. it is the third fatal military crash this week alone on wednesday, a navy helicopter plunged into the atlantic killing two sailers, a third remains missing. and on tuesday, an air force helicopter crash during a training mission in england killing four crew members on board. also breaking overnight a possible new crisis in afghanistan. that country's president hamid karzai is releasing more than 70 prisoners deemed a security threat by the u.s. saying there is simply not enough evidence to hold them. karzai has also delayed signing a long-term security deal with the united states.
the labor department says only 74,000 jobs were created last year. fewer people were, in fact, looking for work when the unemployment rate fell to 6.7. some high drama on the streets of san diego. a rogue driver led police on what seemed like a never-ending chase until it ended in a hail of bullets. this morning, staggering video of a traffic stop gone terribly wrong. >> there's too many shots being fired over there. >> reporter: four police officers opened fire on a 40-year-old man inside this car in a san diego neighborhood. the incident started about an hour earlier when police reportedly pulled the man over for talking on his cell phone while driving. that's when they say he fled leading them on a high-speed chase. >> turn around and go block off a side street. >> reporter: the driver eventually slows letting a female passenger out of the car when his tires were blown. police laid down another spike strip and seemed like the end but then the barrage of gunfire.
>> unloaded on him. >> reporter: overnight san diego police told abc news the officers only opened fire after the suspect raised a gun. fearing for their safety. the safety of the public and the safety of other officers. the suspect did survive. he is in the hospital in critical condition and, of course, we will have an update as news becomes available. in new jersey, cameras rolling as you see that, a shopper barely avoid being run down by that car as it comes through the doors of a pharmacy. >> wow. >> an elderly woman jumped the curb behind the wheel. thankfully no one seriously injured. in the accident. >> might be a sign that the end is near, might be a heavenly high five. you be the judge. a nasa telescope captured an incredibly vivid view of the so-called hand of god. it's a rem innocent of a star.
17,000 light years away. you can see what looks like the open palm, flames shooting from the fingertips. we can all hope, of course, that it's an alien spacecraft making its way toward earth. >> it is. i'm pretty sure. >> maybe that's just me. that is a personal hope. >> alien spacecraft and the apocalypse all in one incident. >> might be one in the same. >> did have the heavenly high-five. >> like the trifecta. i appreciate that. >> so cool. >> okay, josh, thanks. we'll switch gears. there are new security worries about our nuclear arsenal. two air force officers with authority to launch nuclear missiles are being investigated for illegal drug use. the latest black eye and martha raddatz is tracking it all from washington. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, george. what is so startling about these accusations this morning is that this is not the first time there have been accusations of misconduct at america's nuclear arsenals.
the air force facilities where officers are supposed to be ensuring our safety and the security of the nuclear weapons they maintain. this morning, fallout at one of the nation's nuclear missile launch facilities. two nuclear missile launch officers in charge of operating the nation's intercontinental ballistic missiles facing allegations of drug possession, removed from their positions pending an investigation. this bombshell coming the same day as a visit to a nuclear missile facility in wyoming by secretary of defense chuck hagel. >> and what you do every day there is no room for error, none. >> reporter: but this is just the latest in a series of scandals involving the men and women who operate the nation's nuclear arsenal. two top commanders overseeing nuclear weapons were fired last october. investigations revealing one was gambling with counterfeit chips
at an iowa casino while the other drinking so much on a visit to moscow, he even needed assistance standing. in 2007, four top ranking air force commanders were relieved of duty after a huge oversight left six nuclear warheads attached to a b-52 bomber flown from north dakota to louisiana and not discovered for 36 hours. that one was particularly frightening but this morning the air force insists that there was no risk to the nuclear arsenal with this latest incident. robin. >> that is reassuring. all right, martha, thank you very much. now to the growing flu epidemic. two deaths already. a 29-year-old mother of three died on monday and a 41-year-old father of six passing away from what doctors believe was the h1n1 virus. abc news health and medical editor dr. richard besser is
here on the latest with this deadly strain. first of all, we were thinking about the families who lost their loved ones. they were young and had no underlying health issues. >> so incredibly sad. you know, it's very hard to predict who is going to have a bad case of flu. usually it's the young and elderly but here you had someone who was sick since christmas. someone else just sick for five days and they were young. and you have to ask why people in this age group. there's a couple possibilities. healthy young adults in the past have been less likely to get the flu vaccine. and for the past five years it's included protection against h 1 n 1. it's not complete protection but it's some. people who are older and born in 1950 or earlier were exposed to some strains of flu that may give them some protection to this strain out there now. >> how do you know, rich, if you have this particular strain of the flu? >> this year, 97% of all the flu that's out there right now is
the h1n1 strain. if you have the flu that's what you've got so we've talked about the symptom, typical cold symptoms but a cough, high fever, body ache, that is the flu. high risk, call your doctor. to see if you need any medicine. >> 37 states now where it's high. >> it is all over the place. so, you know, we've talked about how to prevent this and how to protect yourself. get the flu shot, wash your hands, you want to make sure -- >> elbow -- >> not even this. elbows is the best way. it will reduce your chances of getting it. it's the way to go. >> okay, rich, thanks very much. we got good news for consumers. we've all grown up with the battle between coke and pepsi, mcdonald's and burger king of now a new battle at&t versus t-mobile and rebecca jarvis here to explain how that can save us serious money. good morning. >> good morning. it's one of those rare cases where their greed is good news for us. one of the things that keeps most people from switching phone carriers are those massive termination fees. they can cost upwards of hundreds of dollars but this morning two of the largest carriers in the country are trying to steal business from each other by paying you to make the switch. >> introducing jump from t-mobile.
>> reporter: this morning, a building battle for your business going on now between the biggest mobile phone companies in the country and the winner could be you. the consumer. t-mobile offering customers who dump the competition, at&t, verizon or sprint, up to $650. just days before the industry's number two, at&t offering $450 to t-mobile customers to make the switch. >> all marketing and it's clearly working for them. >> reporter: t-mobile's scrappy ceo also grabbing headlines for antics like these. >> hey, kids, is it better for your network to be [ bleep ] or better to have a good lte high-speed network in new york? >> reporter: just this week, caught on camera, apparently crashing a at&t party, the t mobile bus claiming he just wanted to hear music. >> i just love macklemore. >> he engages with the press and customers actively on social media. he's a well-known guy and it's a great marketing tactic and it's clearly working. >> reporter: it sure is it
working. t-mobile adding 4.5 million subscribers last year. but while both sides fight it out, there is one clear winner. >> are we ultimately going to save money because all of these guys are beating up on each other? >> we are seeing the bigger guys respond to t mobile. like at&t and verizon. we are starting to see change. >> reporter: some odd tactics. even though the strategy is helping t-mobile steal away customers it's a long way from overtaking the industry leaders verizon and at&t. before switching you also in addition to that cost want to consider the coverage in your area and the speed, george and robin. >> a lot to factor in. rebecca, thanks very much. let's go to jipger right now. ginger, boy, that flooding in florida is something. >> more than a foot of rain in some places. i-95 shutting down. sited rain and in some places it looks like up to 17 inches. this is what it looked like on the roadways and north of west palm beach you had a mess in the way of a possible tornado. we did see some roof damage to
some mobile homes there. now that rain is moving to the north and we are going to see winter weather advisories in parts of pennsylvania, freezing rain advisories that include d.c. and flood watches from the northeast all the way through new england. we've got a lot to talk about in your nation's weather coming up. first your local forecast in 30 seconds and here's your weekend getaway brought to you by royal caribbean international.
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okay, rob, all right, man. also ahead, the extraordinary up-close footage when a plane went down off the coast of hawaii, a camera rolling the entire time. we're going to show you from beginning to end. >> really terrifying. also coming up, so many teen house parties spiraling out of control these days. fuel the by social media. well, we -- yeah, you can't even see the house. we ride along with police to see how they're fighting back, breaking up the pears before things get dangerous. that looks -- >> switching gear, it's friday, after all. teenage dance sensation, caught the eye of one beyonce. and one instagram later, oh, little charlize is going to be doing this in studio for all of us here live this morning. >> smooth as glass that charles saatchi. -- charlize glass.
>> this, we want to show you is the kind of camera it was shot on called a gopro camera and it is remarkable. remarkable video. take a look. >> those passengers don't know it yet but they are seconds away from experiencing the worst fear of every air traveler. [ siren ] suddenly, the alarm sounds. the plane is going down spiraling into the ocean. >> life jackets. >> a mad scramble as water fills
>> everybody okay? >> throughout the three-minute ordeal ferdinand points his camera and never stops rolling even as the plane begins to sink into the ocean. >> time spot and everything that you remembered in your past, loved ones and everything, you know, i didn't say good-bye to them. your whole life just goes in front of you. >> and we're remarking watching the video listening how calm. >> yes. >> everyone was. >> not a single scream and so methodical. >> rough, there was one fatality. the state's health department director was on board and was killed. >> sad, but, boy, that is incredible stuff we saw right there. we're going to turn to a new twist out of maryville, missouri, that captivated so much of the country where a prosecutor caused an uproar by dropping all charges against a
young man accused of sexually assaulting a young girl blacked out from too much alcohol. new charges have been filed and matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: two years after being accused of raping this girl, 14-year-old daisy coleman, matthew barnett pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor charge for child endangerment. >> matthew barnett accepts full responsibility for the conduct charged. >> reporter: the rape charges were dropped for lack of evidence that the high school football player sexually assaulted coleman at a house party in 2012. >> i remember being picked up by him and then drinking, but then everything after that was just black. >> in this case there was insufficient evidence to go forward on a sexual assault. >> reporter: in addition to the probation, community service having no contact with daisy coleman and paying $1800 for her mental health treatment, barnett was also forced to acknowledge via verbal apology that he endangered the life of the semiconscious high school freshman by dumping her at her
maryville home hours before dawn. >> i heard something in the front yard and i jumped up and ran out and found her laying in the yard. her hair was wet and frozen. and i could see that she had frostbite on her feet. they had started to turn gray. she couldn't walk. she couldn't talk. she was completely not there. >> reporter: though barnett was originally charged with sexual assault and child endangerment both charges were dropped in 2012 in what some believe is special treatment because of his family's prominence in town. last year a special prosecutor was appointed to investigate. >> our review of this case will be without fear and without favor. >> reporter: neither coleman nor her mother attended the hearing thursday but in a statement read by the prosecution daisy says she was grateful that barnett took responsibility for his actions. now, this has been devastating to daisy coleman. right now in kansas city recovering after trying to take
her own life earlier this week, but overnight she said she's now ready to move on. we'll have much more on the toll it's taken on daisy coleman, on her family and the town of maryville tonight on "20/20." >> thanks. ryan smith has more on this. you know, so much outrage and so much attention paid to the case, special prosecutor appointed. in the end misdemeanor? >> right. that's it. that goes to show you the role of the prosecutor in cases like this, whether it's a local county prosecutor or the attorney general of the united states, you can only bring a case and charges when you can prove the elms of that crime and this prosecutor talked about how there was insufficient evidence to prove a case of sexual assault. >> dig into that a little bit more, the girl is drunk to the point of unconsciousness, just 14 years old. that's not enough? >> no, because this is what i would call a legal catch-22. she's given this alcohol she claims by this young man. she becomes inebriated, blacks out. for the prosecutor trying to prove the case she doesn't have enough evidence and information
from the girl about what happened and makes it hard to prove the case. >> daisy and her mom do seem to be somewhat supportive of the prosecutor. >> that's i surprise to many people but then you think about what satisfies people in cases like this. think about what she would have gone through if a trial occurred. she'd be on the stand facing intense cross-examination. in some ways, she would be on trial. that's what people think about when they think about cases like this. so she wanted to get that out of the way, i think and get on with her life. >> seemed relieved that the young man did assume some responsibility. >> yes. >> thanks, ryan, very much. >> good first week. >> i'm happy. >> digs right in. >> working ginger hard too. >> always. we have to start with what's happening here. i want 0 hoe you this is what it looks like on roads in rhode island. you won't get a ton of snow. even have half an inch up to an inch can be a problem. very slick thanks to the rhode island department of transportation. the northeast has the snow but in the northwest windy, we're talking wind gusts up to 30,
even 50 miles per hour at times and rain and snow, some places could see locally over 4 inches of rain and san francisco, they're just hoping, hoping to squeeze out a little moisture out of this cold front so we're hoping for you as we go through the weekend and gets unsettled up in the far pacific northwest. this morning, too, driving conditions really not great in oklahoma city, less than a quarter mile, wichita, kansas, less than a mile so take some >> this weather report brought to you by mazda. stay dry. wish we could get the moisture out to california. they need it. coming up a new way cops are cracking down on out-of-control house parties fueled by social media. we ride along with them.
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tactics to stop the parties. >> reporter: coast to coast they are the parties that have been spiraling out of control. fueled by facebook and infused by instagram turbocharged by twitter. when jill abbott was on vacation, her son's classmates barged into her house near boston and announced a party on facebook. 100 teens showed up causing $45,000 in damage. >> the doors had been smashed. my bedroom window was smashed. just horror. >> reporter: now cops are on the digital trail much the l.a. county sheriff's department creating the nation's first and only specialized unit to watch parties in realtime on social media. listening for dangerous party buzz. >> we're on facebook, instagram, twitter. >> reporter: using search terms like party tonight, bring your own beer. >> reporter: the unit rolls out and we're there, first stop a teen birthday party seen on facebook. this one boasting of goodies, usually the latest drug of
noise, nitrous oxide, nod, the gas you get in a dentist's office. >> we saw a couple tanks, fill the balloons with the gas and kids inhale the gas out of the balloons. >> reporter: illegal noz tanks are everywhere. >> we would be making arrests if those tanks were full. >> okay. >> reporter: parents are surprised the parties were online. >> i didn't believe it. he showed me the flier. >> reporter: that's what you said. what, it's on the internet? >> yes. showed me the flier and it showed that that tank was going to be here and the beer. >> reporter: leading cops right to where the party is at. for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> all right, gio, thank you. you can see more of his report on a special "20/20" at 10:00 eastern right here on abc. coming up, cameron diaz sharing some of the life-changing lessons she learned about health and beauty that all of us can really use. "play of the day," it is, well, first a play. it is also triumph in every
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right then, here's the "play of the day." it is truly a play in the traditional sense but i want to tell you a little bit about the young man who made it first. you'll remember, in fact, austin hatch, kid from michigan who survived not one, but two plane crashes suffering severe injuries both times, the both in '03, the second in 2011 and killed members of his family both times. so much sadness and so to start his life over, he moved in with that man, his uncle in southern california. he actually started attending my high school, loy ohe was a grea basketball on his way to the university of michigan working his way back, 14 games at loyola's season and entered his
first game. take a look. >> oh. >> ooh. yeah. great reaction. >> it would earn him a technical foul. who cares. that shot, by the way, got them 14-0. best of all, michigan is going to honor his scholarship. austin hatch, we salute you. sniffle out. lucy hale live. go nowhere. the frustration... covering up. so i talked with my doctor. he prescribed enbrel. enbrel is clinically proven to provide clearer skin. many people saw 75% clearance in 3 months. and enbrel helped keep skin clearer at 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal, events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. on a deejay friday, and we have some hot social sensations this morning. first, the daddy/daughter snapshot that has gone viral coast to coast. why people cannot stop buzzing about this picture. what he's saying. ♪ you sound so good to me and though this sounds good to us, the "pretty little liars" going country. lucy hale here live with her brand-new hit single. she's got the moves, the young dancing sensation burning up the web. beyonce, so bowled over, she instagramed it. hundreds of thousands of people watching now. little charlize is here live as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪
>> and charlize glass, there she is. she's a 12-year-old internet dancing sensation. she's popping it. she's moving. she's grooving. we are thrilled to have her showing off her moves in times square for the entire hour. >> i like the way she did that good morning, america. she's really got it. >> got a little charisma. >> yeah, she does. you're listening to deejay rob on this deejay friday. there he is in the control room. i'm not sure exactly what he's playing. >> he is the official deejay for the chicago bulls, but he is a saints fan. i want to be on the record that he is a saints fan. >> did you understand we may have had a holiday party last night, and so for the folks in the control room with the strobe lights and the deejay like three feet from them, happy friday. whoo-hoo. >> the gift that keeps on giving. >> and giving and giving. some big news for a former
bachelorette, emily maynard, she just got engaged and found love apparently in a place she never expected. >> nice to hear. also rocco dispirito revealing the diet he says will help you shed five pounds in five days. we follow one woman as she puts it to the test, and also cameron diaz sharing the life-changing lessons that she learned the hard way about health and beauty and that all of us can use as we continue to groove to the beat. >> she's so passionate about those lessons. that's all coming up. first, let's get some news from josh. we begin with the crisis in west virginia. 300,000 people plus waking up with no water to drink, to cook with, to bathe in after a chemical that is used to clean coal leaked into the river that supplies their water. stores already sold out of water, juice, even ice. the national guard and fema are now bringing emergency supplies, though it could take weeks to ensure that the drinking water there is safe. and just one day after new jersey governor chris christie held a two-hour apology session
of sorts, thousands of documents are now being released in connection with the bridge scandal that threatens his political career. christie has fired two top aides for staging a traffic jam at the george washington bridge. some discouraging news about the economy. the labor department says that only 74,000 jobs were created last month. that is the fewest in three years and far lower than expectations. the unemployment rate, though, fell to 6.7%. that's because fewer people were also looking for work during the holiday month. 10,000 people have been killed in the violence plaguing south sudan. the world's newest country. that is ten times higher than earlier estimates. 250,000 have been displaced there thus far. and yet another black eye for the u.s. nuclear command. two air force officers in charge of operating ballistic missiles are now under investigation for illegal drug use. they've been removed from duty at their base in montana. and a frightening ordeal for a man in wisconsin.
take a look. his truck fell through the ice in lake winnebago ending up on its side. as you can see there, he was trimming trees at the time. thankfully, he was able to safely climb out of his window. and finally, one high school student certainly learned a lesson of sorts after giving a very unusual answer on a science test. on a question about nitrogen atoms, he answered, and i quote, "i have to be honest with you, i didn't go over this problem and didn't pay attention in class. i actually don't even like science. but he went on to ask the teacher writing "i just started texting this girl, and i know she thinks i'm cute, but i don't really know how to start a conversation, so i was wondering if you have any ideas." well, the teacher responded writing, and i quote "impress her by talking about how atmospheric nitrogen can be used to age artifacts. it works for me every time. >> quick thinking teacher.
>> and as news develops here, we will certainly have it for you. i love it. >> of course, the kid till got an "f," but it was a nice note. >> if you're going to fail, fail big. go out big. >> okay. let's go to ginger with the weather. chatting to folks out here. this is matty. she's from orlando and what did you just tell me? >> i can't feel my toes. >> we're going to have to get her inside. she's definitely been out here for awhile. but, hey, we are warming up, and ahead of it comes some severe weather so from orlando where you're from, just north of there, actually, from tallahassee up through maybe even virginia beach, you've got a chance for severe weather, this is tomorrow. so some damaging winds possible. you could see an isolated tornado right along that cold front and then the warmth, though, the positive part for some that want to thaw out from the deep freeze. raleigh going to 70 on saturday. that's ahead of the cold front. behind it dropping to the 50s. you see d.c. right there at 60. yeah, you're going to drop off a little too. and this morning a little
freezing rain in the northeast. that, though, albuquerque, i wanted to mention, we rarely get to albuquerque, new mexico, a little windy. th >> we are just slightly excited to see -- >> lucy hale. >> yes. she's real excited. lara, let's get in to you. >> thanks, ginger. here's what's else coming up on our "gma morning menu." first in "pop news," we have george stephanopoulos like you have never seen him before.
you're seeing him live right there but just wait. plus, the daddy/daughter snapshot that's gone viral and how this guy, this daddy, is trying to change how everybody looks at fatherhood. and then the brand-new diet from chef rocco dispirito that promises you can lose five pounds in five days? we're going to put it to the test. all that, plus lucy hale and so much more, like cameron diaz on "good morning america" from times square. "gma's morning menu" is brought to by new fast-acting advil. nothing is faster. ♪ save your coffee from the artificial stuff. switch to truvia. great tasting, zero-calorie sweetness from the stevia leaf.
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she took on the 72-ounce steak challenge in portland, oregon, attempting to break a guinness world record consuming every ounce -- get this -- in 2 minutes and 41 seconds. the previous record was over 6 minutes. we're told that 1500 people have attempted that. >> no sweat. >> this challenge. she's like, this is nothing. >> eating break afterwards to wash it down. >> what was she, 120 pounds. she's like 125 now. >> she's like a lot of other women who have participated in this, and she shows how she got it done. >> got it done. >> how long would it take you? what are we talking? >> i'm not sure i could do it. >> 24 hours. >> between the five of us. >> yeah, doggie bag alert. >> yeah. i'm going to get this done. "pop news" friday edition, let's get started, and this one is for our george. >> oh, boy. >> through the year, george --
♪ you never let me down you turned my life around ♪ >> george and his wife ali on "watch what happens live." george, was the recipient of a first for the show. enjoy, everybody. >> we've never done this for a man. we've done it with a lot of women. it's time for a triumphant hair montage. george stephanopoulos, watch. [ cheers and applause ] >> look at this hair, people. it is incredible. it's thick. it is gorgeous. it is rarely unkempt. oh. it's flyaway. yes. >> handsome devil, that george. >> oh, vintage hair never gets old, does it? >> no, it really doesn't. george, how was that for you to watch, to recap, to look back? >> i think it's a little warm in here but aside from that -- >> it was awesome.
you had your -- you had a st. elmo's fire period. >> yes. >> when he comes to the gym, comes back -- >> can we take a few more minutes to talk about it? >> so many -- so many. >> this is one of my all-time favorite songs. ♪ through the years >> and the show is a lot of fun and he does a great job. >> it was really something to behold. your wife, as always, hysterical. >> go, ali. go, ali. also in "pop news" this morning, this sunday marks a special wedding anniversary for a new york couple, toni and joe, 66 years ago they spent the wedding night at the waldorf astoria hotel. in the fancy tower, no less. their room, that's the receipt, guys, the original receipt. they still have it, $15.75. so they still have it, as i said. today the rate for that suite that they stayed in -- >> how much? >> -- starts at $799. but this sunday, toni and joe on their anniversary will go back
to that room and the hotel will honor the same rate that they paid in 1948 and we want to say to you, toni and joe, mazel tov, happy anniversary and enjoy your special night. >> why did you have to -- such a special moment. >> and i just made it more special. >> yes, you did. >> love you, toni and joe. also, everybody has something that drives them up the wall, right? like what i just did. but for poobs, the cat. >> poobs? >> it's this. yes, it's poobs. > and for poobs, when his owner thinks it's funny to break out the laser pen, it just drives -- he's not on the floor. that's the wall. >> that's the wall. >> wall shot. the cat is -- goes -- are they using flooring for a wall? >> honestly i would be doing this 24 hours a day. >> just to watch the cat go up the wall. >> this is amazing. this is phenomenal. >> what drives you up the wall, "good morning america" friends. that's our edition of "pop news." i want to thank george for your
montage. >> thank you. >> thank you, robin. >> always here for you. we'll turn to this guy that's being called superdad. doyin richards posted this photo taking care of his two daughters put it on a fatherhood blog and took off generating hundreds of thousands of likes over several hours. he was also hoping to spark a debate about the role of dads in parenting and linsey davis shows us that he's definitely succeeding in that. >> reporter: he's being called the ultimate mr. mom, doing one daughter's hair while his other child is strapped to his chest. and now the man at the center of this picture is also a defender of passionate debate about parenting roles, a topic he addressed on "katie." >> we really need to change the narrative about what fatherhood is all about. get more changing tables in men's bathrooms. do all these things. celebrate the great dads of the world. >> reporter: his name is doyin richards. he says the photo was a snapshot of his life at home in los angeles. >> i was on paternity leave in october, and my wife was getting
ready to get ready for work, so i said, you know what, i will do emmicoe's hair and -- >> reporter: he posted it on his blog, daddy doin' work. "i have a dream that people will view a picture like this and not think it's such a big deal." but it was, the photo went viral getting more than 452,000 likes on facebook. but the feedback wasn't all positive. comments range from "he probably rented those kids. they don't even look like him" to "don't change a thing, man, you're a great dad." >> i think we're making progress in terms of men not only just putting up with that role but embracing it. it's a perfect, beautiful picture, a model for what a lot of us can actually strive for. >> reporter: richards says he would like this to change typical dad stereotypes from the overly macho to helplessly bumbling like phil from "modern family." >> i know this seems impossible but we can do this. >> enough of the negativity.
we need to get the great dads of the world. there's more out there. i'm just one of many. >> reporter: the most masculine thing of all, he says, is being man enough to do what often has been labeled as women's work. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> a lot of response online. why it's causing such a sensation, here's what you had to say. tracy tweeted "when you're a good parent, it deserves praise no matter what." and then nevada added on to that. "because society sees men only as providers and not care givers. and finally, tiffany powell tweeted us this photo. >> right there. >> yeah. >> "my hubbie has been washing and styling hair for ages." there you go. >> we're here. >> our friend ericka suitor is back from thestir.com. why do you think this struck such a chord? >> dads are not considered the gentle care givers so a picture like this elicits two reactions, either oh, this is so wonderful
to the other end which mom saying, hey, i got to do this every day, why does this guy get a pat on the back? >> what's the big deal? >> what's the big deal? >> but there has overall been positive -- on my twitter account i said, does your husband or partner help out and i got a ton of pictures showing dads doing the kids' air hair and everything. for the most part it was a positive reaction. >> a picture like this is a good thing because we do want dads to feel comfortable breaking out of those stereotypical parenting roles, and it's important, and we see a lot of dads personalize doing this without, you know, putting it up on a blog or having a picture to celebrate it and my husband was the diaper changer in my house. i had never changed a diaper before my son was born, and he was amazing at it. fast, quick, efficient and i let him have that honor many times. >> sarina suffered through any number of ponytails i put in her hair. this is one that i don't understand. you know what it is, it is a beautiful picture. i don't -- why we're going to try to have a gender role
discussion about it. i just don't get it. you're a parent. you're not a father or a mother. you're a parent, and i just -- this is one i kind of don't get. >> well, a lot of dads feel like it sets them up for unreasonable expectations. they don't really have time to take part in that minutia, everyday -- >> makes the world go round. makes the world go round. >> it's a big issue and one a lot of moms -- i mean, moms want this revolution that this guy is trying to spark, but they're not holding their breath, i'm telling you that. >> all right. thank you so much. >> take care. turning now to emily maynard after looking for love on "the bachelor" and "the bachelorette," she has finally found it the she's announced her engagement to be married and melissa rycroft is here with the inside scoop looking absolutely beautiful and pregnant. >> oh, thanks. ah. but, yes, maybe because emily maynard has had the most public of love live, she's kept her relationship with boyfriend
tyler johnson private. but now she's talking about walking down the aisle with the man she says she'll marry sooner rather than later. >> emily, please make me happier than i've ever been in my life and marry me. >> i would love to. >> reporter: she almost had her happy ending with brad. >> where does your relationship with brad stand right now? >> we're not engaged anymore. >> reporter: then she almost walked into the sunset with jef. >> what i'm asking is for everything. will you marry me? >> yes. >> reporter: but even after both of those reality relationships fizzled, emily maynard still didn't give up on her quest for love. >> mommy. >> reporter: and it looks like the devoted mom found it in the one place without a camera in site. church. >> emily has actually known tyler for a couple of years now and met him at church.
in their neighborhood but she only started dating him about a year ago. >> reporter: 27-year-old tyler johnson, a management consultant popped the question over the weekend at her home in charlotte, north carolina. >> actually gave her a ring as well as her daughter ricki a ring so instead of just asking emily to marry him, he actually asked her daughter, as well. >> reporter: what does the sparkler look like? >> emily is actually very funny about it. she said this is her fourth engagement ring so over that cookie cutter solitaire ring. so tyler actually gave her five different gorgeous stackable bands. >> reporter: exclusive pics of them braving a winter event as well as a fishing trip. while a date hasn't been set, we can expect to hear wedding bells ring this spring. >> emily and tyler don't see any need in waiting. i they want to get it over with, she says and spend the rest of their lives together. >> reporter: so the true moral of that story is that church is going to be packed this weekend. if that's the kind of guy you can get at church, i think the women will be flocking. but seriously i think we're very happy for them.
you know, they started relationship off cameras and i think that's the best way to start. so she's got a good second -- we wish them the best of luck. >> how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. just growing a kid. that's all. why not. >> looking good. thanks, as always. thank you, as always. now celebrity chef rocco dispirito has a brand-new book with a new plan to help you shed weight fast. it's called "the pound a day diet" and our sara haines followed one woman as she tried to lose five pounds in five days. >> super low fat -- >> reporter: celebrity chef rocco dispirito whips up delicious meals. >> very good. >> reporter: but now he says he's created a diet where you can eat what you love and lose weight. the goal of his new book, to help dieters lose up to five pounds in five days. >> i just don't like the way clothes fit on me even when i can get them on. >> reporter: 43-year-old lisa delporto has been 30 pounds
heavier since her first child was born. to lose that baby weight, she's following rocco's diet which she says essentially turns your body into a fat burning machine. in phase one you consume lots of water, half your weight in ounces every day along with six small protein-packed meals, 850 calories a day. more on the weekend for a month. then phase two starts. you get to eat more but learn to keep the weight off for life. i got to check this out. >> hello. >> reporter: we met up with rocco in lisa's home in brooklyn, new york. how is this diet difference? >> number one, it's delicious. these recipes are easy to make. they taste great and it's a chef's point of view that's been missing is health. >> reporter: don't have time to cook? no problem. >> you can do my 28-day phase one with store bought food if you really want to. >> reporter: part of the diet's appeal is quick weight loss so dieters feel motivated that they're on the right track but experts say in some cases rapid weight loss can actually be dangerous.
>> electrolyte abnormalities, cardiac consequences and multiple other medical issues. >> reporter: rocco maintains his diet is safe, created with the help of a doctor and filled with micronutrients that other aggressive diets may lack and lisa on day two says the diet is working. >> i literally lost three pounds in two days. >> reporter: one of the staples of his plan is a morning chocolate shake. so, rocco, what is this smoothie i've heard about? >> so it's a chocolate smoothie, it's got 30 grams of protein. it'll last throughout the whole day. >> reporter: we adjust six ingredients including dark unsweetened cocoa and ice. and you could add more ice if you like it churchier. >> we can double up on the ice if you want to. >> reporter: you can make that tweak later. there's no milk, no sugar. can rocco really hook us up with a delicious smoothie. >> how does it taste, sara? >> like a cup of chocolate. >> reporter: as for lisa,
day five, not only has she lost 4.7 pounds but an inch and a half off her waist. >> i'm very excited. >> reporter: for "good morning america," sara haines, abc news, new york. >> you know another way to get in shape, dance. you can dance, and coming up, we have dance sensation charlize glass. she's up at our control room. she's rocking it. >> the only one with energy. >> yeah. she performs to a beyonce hit that made her an internet star. just ahead. deejay friday.
>> good morning. i'm kristen sze. the highway patrol says a motorcycleist was killed in a possible hit and run collision on interstate 580 in oakland. major delays for drivers at the maze. let's get the latest from there. >> as you can see behind me, we've got solid red back there. let's take a look at earlier footage shot by sky 7 hd. we have two lanes still blocked. as you can see the motorcycle is on the scene there. sounds like they may have transported it already. but a fatality there, fiery crash and now two lanes remain blocked while they continue the investigation. we are looking at at least ten miles of backup on 580 from
sfo. 34 in napa. most of the us in the 40s to near 30. slightly warmer today with a ♪ up in the club doing my own little thing ♪ deejay rob nice up in the control room for deejay friday. playing beyonce. there she is, little beyonce right there. charlize glass, storming up the internet with those incredible moves caught the eye of beyonce, put it up on her instagram account and that's why she's live right heres in times square right now. ♪ if you like it put a ring on it ♪ >> bringing so much energy to us this morning and bringing a smile to all our faces. >> and can we say, she is a sheer delight spending time with her and just a lovely, lovely young lady. >> if you could tap her, she would light a small city or in this case a very exhausted times square studio. it is fair to say i mentioned we had our new year's party last night, control room feeling a
little worse for wear this morning. >> hydrate. hydrate. >> hydrating. oh, but there's emeril serving denise, i think that's coffee and danish. probably chickory coffee, emeril, after all. he might even give them a little bam. >> denise is loving that. >> emeril joining us in just a little bit, as well. also joining us in just a little bit, "pretty little liars" star lucy hale. she is there at our twitter mirror. those snapshots showing up on our "gma" account right now. "pretty little liars" premieres tuesday night setting a new twitter record as the most tweeted premiere in u.s. tv history, and the famous actress is performing her new smash country single, coming up. >> big week for her. big, big fans, my girls. >> and we're excited about this, lara. >> yes, robin, we showed you the video gone viral of this young lady. 12-year-old dancing sensation charlize glass dancing her heart
out to beyonce's song "yonce." is it yonce? >> yonce. >> that song is so great and your move, even better. it's such a hit on instagram that she actually caught the eye of beyonce herself. now she's here with her mom to tell us about her viral brush with the queen bey. and they call you little beyonce, right? >> yeah. >> so that must have been an amazing moment to find out that she had posted your video. >> yes. >> i mean, what was your reaction when you heard the news? >> i kind of screamed. >> you did. >> a lot. >> fell on the floor. >> yeah. >> and you know what, queen bey could be watching. what would you want to say to her about that? >> thank you. >> mom, how about you? you've got to be proud. i know charlize has been dancing since she was 3. dancing in diapers. and look at her now.
>> yeah, i'm really proud. >> what's the end game? >> going to make me cry. >> oh. what's your dream? >> to dance with beyonce. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> well, you kind of did. i mean, but you can also dance on "good morning america." would you give us a little live little moment, if you would. deejay, can we cue the music for our own charlize glass? just one move. let's do it. >> one move. >> no, do a little routine. >> louder, louder. ♪ >> whoo! >> i mean -- >> yes! ♪ trouble a man looking for a man ♪ ♪ >> keep on dancing, charlize. we're going to go outside for a final check on ginger, and i guarantee you she will keep dancing, and miss energy, ginger, how is the weather?
>> yeah, lara, i'm right out here outside and we have a great crowd. i want to start you off with a look at what we have weatherwise first because here's a good look at the radar, and we do also want to talk about our warm hearts and warm coats drive. ten days left. do weather here. yes, do burlington. ten days left to donate gently worn coats. to any burlington store. when you do, you got to take a picture of yourself because you'll get here on "gma." use the #warmcoats. like ross in huntsville. he purchased and donated five coats to burlington. he's honoring his grandfather who used to do the same thing. he would do ten coats a year and he is donating in his grandfather's name. so nice. go to goodmorningamerica.com/yahoo! to find out how you can help and now we can get to the weather. to give you an idea of what's happening this morning here across parts of the northeast, we are going to see not only that light snow in some areas and some freezing rain in the mid-atlantic turn to all rain and some potential for
flooding. there are flood watches for the weekend, so something to note if you have travel plans especially on the roadways. we saw major floods in florida this morning and we got to check in for the skiers. any skiers in the crowd? yes, look at that park city, over 3 inches. jackson, over 7 inches, over a half foot there. that's a look at the big picture. >> somebody said i saw on twitter a sign here. who are you rooting for? >> carolina panthers. >> all panthers all the time. robin. >> our dear friend cameron diaz has entertained us as an actress, you know that, inspired us as a role model and now she's back here to share some of the
life-changing lessons she's learned and put them in her new book called "the body book." her first ever endeavor as an author. and we are so excited. we are what we eat. >> yes. >> we have been told that and you said, had you been asked that back in the day, your response would have been? >> a bean burrito with extra cheese and sauce and a coke, of course. >> you come to this honestly saying, hey, you've been there and knows the struggles when it comes to food. what about this turnaround. >> we don't know a thing about nutrition and how food works within our body. how our body extracts nutrition, what it does with it. what are vitamins, why do we need them. how does our digestive break down the food. >> it's a new year. did you make the resolution you'll be on the d-i-e-t, that diet or fitness. who made that, a show of hands? 'tis the season. >> and the equation of health, it's nutrition is 90% of it. understand your nutrition, and that's what the book is for,
to understand what all this stuff does to your body, good and bad. how your body functions on the proper nutrition and improper nutrition. >> but we have a clip that we're going to show, and there's some women you talk to when you were taking pictures with them and started this wonderful conversation. here's a look. >> what's the part of your body that you're like, i love you, and i totally know how to work you. >> i love my shoulders. >> i think i have really good legs. >> how is your information on nutrition? do you know anything about what to eat or what your body does with food. >> no idea. >> really. >> we have three of those beautiful women that are going to join us right now. que, come on in. hey, eve. chamia. come on in. [ applause ] show us some love. show us some love. so, que, what was the body part you said you did like about yourself? >> i said i liked my shoulders. my upper body. my neck. >> on the flip side of it, what is it that you said you want to work on? >> well, i always -- i can't always follow through with a diet plan. >> what is it that your parent
said to you, pay attention? >> pay attention. like we go, oh, i'm not going to eat that because it's added sugar, but when you have information about what added sugar does to your body, it's a totally different relationship with making that choice and becomes easier. >> what was it you were saying you would like to see a difference -- >> mine is a little more r-rated. >> it's a morning show. eve, it's a morning show. remember that. >> i said that i really like enjoyed my chest because i think that curves are, you know, amazing, and i just -- i like the way that it makes my body look in certain dresses. >> you said on the flip side of it, no pun intends, you want to -- >> i would love to work on my butt, yes, because i have -- there's so much here and nothing here. >> we pick body parts and say this, that, we want this here, we don't want that there. >> we're always when we're trying to compare ourself to somebody else, what we're doing is telling ourselves we're not good enough.
>> all right, miss thing. what's going on with you? >> i love my shoulders. that's where i feel my assets are, and i think the thing that i'm really concerned about is about belly fat. >> it goes back to understanding how your body stores fat, where it stores it from. why it stores it there. how it stores it over your lifetime. your body is your responsibility. you're the only one who makes it healthy. nobody else can do that. nobody can force you to eat well or eat bad. you're the only one to make that choice every single time that you come up to have the opportunity to, and i want you guys to have all the information and knowledge that you can to empower those choices. >> are you ready? >> all: yes! >> thank you, cameron. thank you all. "the body book" by cameron diaz. available right now. we'll be right back. ♪ and cameron has so much more to say. you can see her healthy secrets on our website.
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you want the comfort food. you know it helps to have emeril standing by to literally -- >> thank you, my friend. >> -- help us veg out. i mean, this is all -- let's hit the vegetables hard today and we're going to start with lasagna that smells delicious. >> it is delicious and what it is is a spinach and mushroom lasagna. any button mushrooms you want. these are crimini mushrooms right here so i've sauteed a little onion and salt and pepper in olive oil. that's the first step. get that onion fragrant. then what we're going to do is add some garlic here. okay. and, oh, yeah, and then also we'll add the mushrooms we sliced. >> all right. >> okay. so we'll add those and cook those down. >> are you going to add the mushrooms after you brown those onions? >> you want to saute the onions and get the flavor of the onions going first. now, what we're going to do is take some fresh spinach in olive oil and more garlic and we're going to cook it down. we'll cook it down. if it gets really -- if it's
wet, josh, what you want to do, you let it cool and squeeze it. at this point what we're going to do is add some italian seasoning in here, and then what we're going to do is add some of your favorite tomato red sauce, of course, you know, i have my own. >> yes. >> so, look, let that simmer, now when this simmers with the spinach, now we're ready to layer this thing, so we have the mushroom/onion mixture and then we have the tomato sauce/spinach mixture and then, of course, these are no bake lasagna -- >> something you can do with the kids. you want the kids -- debt them involved. you can help -- they can help you layer. >> absolutely. >> then all of a sudden this becomes a family project. >> exactly. >> what do you mean no bake? >> this is no bake. you know, in the old days lasagna noodles, you had to prebake them, you'd break half of them up. here's what we do, start with that, we have three cheeses, parmesan, low fat cottage cheese and partially skimmed mozzarella cheese.
hi, ginger. >> hi. how are you doing? i like your lasagna. >> so here's what we do, george. now what we're going to do -- josh, are you ready for this? >> i'm ready. >> you can do this. so we'll layer the sauce, about a third and a third and a third, just nothing fancy, layer the sauce. then we got the mushroom and onion mixture. so we're going to sprinkle some of that around. okay. and then what we're going to do now is we're going to do the cheese. >> it's really a wash, rinse, repeat. boom, boom, boom. >> exactly. >> so we got the -- >> cottage cheese. >> cottage cheese, low fat. it's really great, as well. so -- >> yeah. >> and then bake it 350 for an hour, covered with foil for an hour. >> okay. >> then take the foil off and finish it, okay, it looks like this for about another 10, 15 minutes. >> so allow for an hour and an hour and a half. >> the soup is unbelievable. >> cold outside. white bean. >> i didn't know that. >> this is a tuscan white bean
and broccoli rabe soup and then what we did, we have ten vegetable, as many as you want with fermented black beans, sesame oil, soy sauce, that's what that is. so we have vegetable stir fry, the tuscan white bean broccoli rabe soup. this is dynamite. have you tasted it? >> healthy. >> yeah. >> you can find the recipes for these wonderful foods. goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! emeril killing it again. coming up, "pretty little liars" star lucy hale taking over the music scene performing a brand-new single. live, go nowhere.
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the show with lucy hale. snapshots she took with fans at our twitter mirror right there. >> worked out. cool. i didn't know it was going to work. >> it totally worked but everything is working out for you. this would be the star of "pretty little liars." what a debut you had this week. >> yeah, this week has just been kind of insane. you know, we dropped
the single and the music video and the premiere of the show and then i found out yesterday i get to sing at the grand ole opry and here today so -- >> riding the waves. >> oh, yeah, on cloud nine, that is for sure. >> the single is "you sound good to me." it's actually going to be part of your first album which is coming up in just a little while. >> in early spring, yeah. >> what else can you tell us about it? >> well, we spent a good time making it. we spent about two years. i live in l.a., so we spent about two years flying back and forth and just really trying to get the sound right and figuring out what i wanted to say, so i've been waiting quite a bit. >> music is your first love even though you're doing so great as an actress. >> i mean a lot of people don't know that about me that i did start out in music and i ventured off into acting which i also love. they're just two completely different creative outlets. >> let's hear it, "you sound good to me." >> i expect you to sing along. >> you don't mean that. ♪
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♪ yeah how much better ♪ can it get ♪ good morning with us for a super cool ♪ ♪ only place you'll find it ♪ is "gma" >> that was lucy hale. sounded fantastic. don't forget that "pretty little liars" on tuesday nights at 8:00, 7:00 central on abc's family. also, big thanks to deejay rob, nice way to spin us into the weekend on friday. have a great weekend, everybody. eekend, everybody.
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>> i'm kristen sze. major delays on the oakland 80 to the oakland maze. let's get the latest from leyla gul len. >> the backup is worse than ever. you can see miles and miles with speeds in the teens and low 20s. the investigation continues for the hit and run driver. they're looking f a blue pickup truck. >> good morning. high pressure is back. so it's mostly sunny and warmer than average weather. low to mid-60s.
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