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good morning, america. breaking right now, shocking new details about that white house intruder. news the man with a knife made it all the way to the first family's residence before being stopped. did the secret service lie about one of the worst security breaches in white house history? new this morning, ebola alert. a new patient quarantined in a dallas hospital after coming back from a trip abroad. and our dr. richard besser takes us deep inside the battle to keep the epidemic from spreading. a major break in the case of missing student hannah graham. jesse matthew may be connected to another student who was killed. could this hospital worker and former football coach be a serial killer? the beautiful bride revealed. the first look at mrs. george
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clooney in the dress. making headlines around the world. new details from inside their wedding. you'll never guess who serenaded them with their first song. ♪ there is beauty in the world and we do say good morning, america. on this tuesday morning. and, boy, do we have a huge morning for you. take a look right outside of our studio right there. these fans have been lining up since 7:00 p.m. 7:00 last night to see 5 seconds of summer perform live. one of the hottest bands on the planet. >> they are keeping summer going all year long. incredible crowds out here today. >> they started on youtube. and then they were discovered by a one direction band member. >> quite a twist. so that is coming up. we have a lot of news to get to this morning. including the unimaginable details of the security breach at the white house.
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the armed intruder made it much further inside than first revealed by the secret service. abc's chief justice correspondent pierre thomas starts us off. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, george. the secret service director will be tasing tough questions from congress on the latest white house intrusion. the more we learn, the more outrageous this story gets. >> everybody back. everybody back to the park. >> reporter: this morning, we know omar gonzalez, seen in this video running toward the white house, got inside the residence. racing free far further than the secret service first admitted. a clear and present danger. >> he got deep enough that had the president, the vice president, or any other number of individuals been walking the hallways, they could have been attacked by mr. gonzalez. >> reporter: the breach is all the more chilling because the president and his daughters left the white house for camp david only four minutes earlier. sources tell abc news when gonzalez burst through the unlocked front door of the white house, he overpowered a female
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secret service officer just inside. gonzalez, who was carrying a 3 1/2-inch knife, ran past a flight of stairs that leads to the first family's living quarters. next, he entered the east room, a formal setting, the scene of receptions and presidential addresses. it was just off the east room that president obama made the announcement about the killing of osama bin laden. gonzalez was finally tackled by an officer only a short distance away. that ended a cascade of failures, patrol officers not stopping the suspect from jumping the fence in the first place. no one in a position to tackle him after he made it on to the white house lawn. no attack dog released. an unlocked front door. and this morning, congress is investigating whether an alarm to alert the secret service of an intruder was put on mute because it was loud and frequently malfunctioned. the secret service suggested that the suspect was caught
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right after getting inside the white house. that was not the case. and there are a lot of questions why this critical information was withheld. george? >> let's take that question. thank you, pierre. to abc's jon karl in the white house. i can't believe this false cover story was out there. and stayed out there for so long. >> reporter: amazing. i asked the president directly last week if he had confidence in the secret service. he told me he believes the secret service does a great job. he's grateful for the sacrifices they make for his family. but the question is, the public was clearly misled on this. at that point, did the president know the truth? did the secret service tell the president the truth about how far that intruder got into the white house? i have asked that question of the white house and have not gotten an answer yet. >> the secret service director will be getting those questions on capitol hill today. >> reporter: this is going to be a brutal hearing. testifying before a house committee. getting all the questions. all the procedures that were not followed in this case. and of course the critical question about why they didn't tell the truth at first. >> okay, jon karl, thank you very much.
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>> okay, george. now to the new twist in the disappearance of uva student hannah graham. police have now linked the suspect, jesse matthew, to the murder of another young woman in the area back in 2009. steve osunsami is in charlottesville, virginia for us this morning. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. both of these women were walking alone late at night. but police aren't saying whether they're investigating a serial rapist or killer of any sort. they are looking at the man they have in custody here. >> we are really pleased to come to this day. >> reporter: the parents of 20-year-old morgan harrington have been saying this for weeks, that the disappearance of hannah graham is most likely connected to their daughter's disappearance in 2009. >> that's what it's always been about. to help save the next girl. we know where morgan is. morgan's in the box over there. hannah graham is still missing, and her family needs to know where she is. >> reporter: this morning, police are confirming they are
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forensic evidence possibly connecting the two cases to 32-year-old jesse matthew. but only revealing it's a new forensic link for authorities to pursue. harrington was visiting the university of virginia for a metallica concert when she went missing. police found her body on a 700-acre farm outside charlottesville in 2010 three months later. >> with respect to morgan harrington, the question is the relationship between the incidents. it's certainly a very legitimate question. >> reporter: police investigating the harrington murder say they found dna evidence that matches evidence from a sexual assault in 2005. in a d.c. suburb. the unidentified 26-year-old was walking home from a grocery store and grabbed from behind. police are looking at the rough sketch of the suspect, trying to determine if it's matthew. in charlottesville alone, four missing person cases in the last five years. the hospital assistant and former football coach has a bond hearing thursday. he's charged with abduction in the graham case and has not yet entered a plea.
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the last word from police was that matthew was not cooperating. police are still hoping they'll find hannah graham alive. but they're asking farmers outside the city to check their land. robin? >> everyone's hope is to find her. all right, steve, thank you. dan abrams is here with more on this. the police don't to want comment on it. the public is asking, could we be dealing with a serial murderer? >> and that's what they're looking into, that possibility. there are a number of missing persons cases in the area. so far the authorities saying they cannot connect this to any of those other cases. but no question that they're going to be looking at this. let's be clear on what we know right now. which is 2009, murder. connected to 2005 rape. for sure, it seems they have dna evidence there. now they're saying forensic link between 2009 and -- and this case -- >> what do they mean by that forensic link? >> picking those words carefully. they're saying there's a dna
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link between the 2005 case and 2009. and yet using the word forensic link here. a, i think they're trying to be very careful to suggest we don't have anything 100% definitive yet. but maybe it's not dna evidence. maybe it's hair, maybe it's clothing, maybe it's something else that is not dna evidence. but i think they chose that word intentionally and carefully. but they're calling this a big break. >> and they're rightfully withholding some of this information from the public. hannah graham is still missing. what can they charge matthew with? >> they have already charged him with abduction with intent to defile. but remember, they could decide to charge one of these other cases. if they connect him with the 2009 case, they could move forward and say we're going to hold off on the hannah graham case as we continue to investigate it. >> we'll see what happens here. always something every day here. thank you, dan. we're going to turn now to the ebola outbreak. a patient in dallas is in strict
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isolati isolation because he's showing signs of the disease. doctors are concerned based on a man's travel history, as america spends tens of millions and sends thousands of troops to treat victims and keep the virus from spreading here. dr. richard besser is on the front line in liberia. good morning, rich. >> reporter: good morning, george. this morning, they continue to test a patient in texas who traveled and has symptoms of ebola. around the globe, the death toll from the disease continues to rise. the cdc says this is the largest international outbreak response in their history. i got an exclusive tour of this ebola isolation unit here in liberia where more patients are surviving than ever. this is the first time a journalist has been allowed into the ebola ward. it's getting hotter with each layer. but feeling safer with each layer, too. suiting up this carefully, with layers and layers of protective gear. may be why they have never had anyone who works here catch ebola. >> identify one another. >> reporter: dr. jerry brown, a liberian surgeon is in charge.
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he prays before he goes into the ward every time. >> protect us lord from every danger. once you come here, you don't ever go back. >> reporter: we're now considered contaminated. >> yes. contaminated. >> reporter: 60 people in a ward built for 40. the wards the u.s. is building won't be here for weeks. america realizing we must stop ebola here so it doesn't continue to spread around the world. my head tells me i'm protected from the body fluids that would transmit ebola, but my heart pounds anyway. robby is a 26-year-old who caught the virus from his roommate and feels that dr. brown saved him. >> he gave me life. >> no, i'm not god. >> reporter: he gave you life? >> yeah, he gave me life. >> reporter: this patient is a nurse. here, health care workers on the mend help monitor the others. already infected, they can work in the wards without the brutally hot protective gear. after just 40 minutes inside that unit, i was dehydrated and exhausted. but something surprised me. for the first time in the crisis, i saw hope.
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george? >> thanks goodness for that, rich. and dr. besser will be taking your questions all morning. tweet him using the handle @dr.richardbesser. now let's go to amy with the day's other top stories. >> good morning, george. good morning, everyone. we begin with a major development overnight as tens of thousands of protesters demand democracy in hong kong. blocking streets and clashing with police. protesters setting a deadline of tomorrow for the chinese government to respond to their demand for election reform and for hong kong's leader to step down. meanwhile, police are defending their use of tear gas with the concern that tensions could once again flare tonight. also breaking right now, a spectacular fire engulfing a luxury hotel in asia. flames spreading quickly through the shangri la hotel, in mongolia, which was under construction. we're told all of the workers were able to escape in time. the faa is launching a nationwide review of the security procedures following a fire at a control center in
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chicago that is still causing delays. the agency hopes to have the computer network replaced by the middle of october. the man charged with setting that fire was denied bail on monday. a tense standoff on live television as a hotel worker was taken hostage in brazil. a man protesting the local government paraded the worker around a balcony, forcing him to wear what appeared to be an explosive vest. he finally surrendered after eight hours. his gun turned out to be fake. another troubling report about head injuries in sports. two years after killing his girlfriend and taking his own life, we are learning that kansas city chiefs linebacker jovan belcher likely had the same brain disease that has afflicted other nfl players. according to espn, an autopsy found signs of the disease associated with repeated head trauma. the university of michigan is promising to make changes after allowing shane morris to keep playing after taking a hard
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hit and then staggering on the field. overnight, michigan's athletic director revealed morris did, in fact, suffer a concussion. he apologized for what he called a lack of communication that resulted in morris reentering that game. a medical staffer will be in the press box now during games to contact the sidelines about possible head injuries. finally, one woman will think twice the next time she drives through seattle with her teddy bear. take a look. when police pulled her over, they saw this giant bear in the front seat, her excuse for driving in the car pool lane. police say she was also speeding and driving without insurance. so she and her bad news bear drove home with an $818 ticket. >> wow. >> ouch. >> whoa! >> 800? >> she had three offenses. yeah. she won't do it again. >> one big bear. >> did she really think that they weren't going to notice that was a stuffed animal? >> she was hoping. >> she should have talked to it like it was real. >> like it was someone in a costume. >> isn't there a movie? >> "ted." >> it was talking when i
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strapped it in. >> thank you, amy. now to actor tracy morgan, still recovering from the horrific highway accident in june when a walmart trucker smashed into his limo. now the retail giant is saying morgan is partially to blame for his injuries because he wasn't wearing a seat belt. mara schiavocampo has the story. >> reporter: this morning, the battle between comedian and corporation taking a controversial turn. walmart arguing "30 rock" star tracy morgan and other passengers are partially to blame for injuries they suffered during a fatal highway accident apparently caused by a walmart truck driver in june. in new court documents, walmart claims the plaintiff's injuries if any, were caused in whole or in part by plaintiff's failure to properly wear an appropriate available seat belt restraint device. >> it's despicable and disgusting. it's an embarrassment that they're putting in an answer like this.
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blaming the victims. >> reporter: the new claims part of walmart's response to a lawsuit morgan and others filed against the megaretailer, accusing them of recklessness and negligence in the accident. police say walmart truck driver kevin roper was asleep at the wheel when he smashed into the limo van morgan was riding in on the nj tj turnpike, killing the actor's long-time friend and seriously injuring morgan. he claims they knew or should have known that roper had been awake for 24 consecutive hours. morgan was seen briefly outside his home after being released from the hospital in july. >> tracy is doing the best he can. he's still in a wheelchair. he's struggling along, fighting. fighting every single day to recover. >> reporter: morgan has not commented on these new claims from walmart. that walmart truck driver has
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pleaded not guilty to criminal charges. in their response, walmart wouldn't answer claims about the driver being fatigued, saying that will be determined by the ntsb investigation. george? robin? >> still a long way from being settled. but he's doing better. but still in a wheelchair. >> that's something. i'm sorry -- >> weren't you in venice? getting back from venice? were you at the wedding? >> i wish i was at the wedding. but i'm like you. i've been waiting. this is what everybody's been waiting for. all the details on george clooney's blockbuster wedding. we're getting our first look this morning of amal's dress, on the cover of "people" magazine. and we're learning more about the star-studded ceremony. lama hasan has the story. >> reporter: "people" magazine and "hello" magazine were the first look at the clooney star-studded nuptials. on the covers, george in his
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custom giorgio armani tux. wearing cuff links with his name inscribed in arabic, a gift from his wife. and amal and her french lace wedding gown by oscar de la renta. not alexander mcqueen as previously thought. a stunning, hand-embroidered lace grown with pearls. and "people" revealing the wedding ceremony was 30 minutes, sealed with a lengthy kiss, and included speeches from amal's mother and george's father, nick, who said, quote, love is alive and well. the couple tapping 18-year-old nora segal, a daughter of one of their friends, seen here in the youtube posting. ♪ never know how much i love you ♪ >> reporter: to sing irving berlin's standard, always, the same song george's parents danced to on their wedding night 55 years ago. as for the guests, they were all sent home with new ipods, loaded with a play list chosen by the couple. and what's next for the newlyweds after a brief honeymoon?
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the groom telling "people," quote, we're looking forward to everything. >> show us the rings, the rings! >> reporter: for "good morning america," lama hasan, abc news, venice. >> he doesn't sound like the old george clooney. this is a new man. this george clooney. because he said marriage feels pretty damn great. good for him. >> looks good on him, too. >> he looks great. >> like the dress. i just want to say. >> you were waiting all night for that dress. >> you were on when they showed the dress. >> i was. >> thank you, michael. now to hail in colorado. the strong storms moving east today. is that the case? >> that is exactly the case. come with me. i want to show you what's happened here. you have on the left side, wolf creek pass where it was snowing in the mountains of colorado. and just a couple hundred miles east and northeast. hail. remember hail is from a thunderstorm, a warm weather event. you know this thing is powerful. it's got cold air and warm air next to it. look what's happening, so many yards, roads, full of the hail. now the severe storms moving
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east. the low deepening, the energy going to let out some severe potential the next couple of days in the areas that you see highlighted here. watch your local abc stations in orange the next few days. your local weather forecast in just 30 seconds. first this morning's tuesday trivia brought to you by mercedes-benz. >> today is the last day of seasonal temperatures before the heat towns on. here is a look at live doppler hd tracking patchy clouds and fog had the not bay and along our coastline but in the
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afternoon the clouds will leave us with temperatures in the upper 70's to lower 80's for were of the bay area. still coog along the coast and 66 at half moon bay. lows are in the lower 60's to upper 50's under stars and the temperature turns on and still to come here on "gma," we have breaking news in the case of the missing arkansas real estate agent. her body found overnight. a suspect in custody. and the dramatic sea rescue. caught on camera. we're hearing from one of the survivors for the first time. and could your kid be a millionaire? we'll introduce you to the 8-year-old who is a big hit reviewing toys on youtube. internet connectivity at sea. call now to be wow'ed. ♪
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good morning. developing nouds out of san francisco. it happened about 3:00 this morning. authorities say a man was with a group of people where he was robbed and shot. witness the say the suspect was wearing a black hoodie and black pants. >> as we start off, it looks like a drive is still quite heavy there as you pass right by university avenue. it's going to take you a little while there. as we head over to northbound 880, we have an accident here involving a motorcycle blocking lanes up ahead. we have got a four car crash in the clearing stages that is certainly causing heavy delays as you approach highway 92. after the break, she'll be back with
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and welcome back, this light onshore trend is going to reverse overnight bringing us warmer conditions tonight. you can expect to see 60 degrees, templeratures along th coast, 70s in the bay area. it's going to be a little bit warmer than it was
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♪ just standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ 5 seconds of summer, the smash hit, "she looks so perfect." one of the hottest bands on the planet. they're here now. and look who's excited, that crowd in times square. they've been lining up since 7:00 p.m. last night. they cannot wait for this excitement coming up. >> didn't i see lara jr. running around there? isn't kate here? >> yes. stalkers are forming. >> oh, sorry about that. also ahead, that dramatic rescue at sea. a fishing trip turns scary when a boat with seven peep capsized. this morning, hearing from one
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of the survivors for the first time. and could your kid make a million dollars? the 8-year-old making big bucks reviewing toys on youtube. he's here live this morning to tell us how he does it all. >> unbelievable. just when you thought reality tv couldn't get more extreme, the new show, tying strangers together. forcing them to survive tethered to each other in the wild. has it finally gone too far? >> we're going to talk about that in just a little bit. but first, we begin with the news breaking overnight in the case of the missing arkansas real estate agent. the body of beverly carter has been found. a suspect is under arrest. and ryan owens has the latest, joins us from little rock with more. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, robin. very sad news to report. this is the news no one wanted to hear. and with her body found overnight in a shallow grave, the suspect in this case will face a judge here in a few hours. not just charged with kidnapping anymore, but now with capital murder.
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a grim discovery overnight. the body of missing realtor beverly carter. found in a shallow grave in the town of cabot, arkansas, about 30 minutes from the home where she vanished after meeting that perspective buyer last week. 33-year-old aaron lewis, arrested monday morning, spent much of the night being interrogated by police. but officers say he has not admitted to killing her. and didn't give them any information on the location of her body. >> 911. >> they're looking for a guy here that was involved in the realtor being kidnapped. and this guy looks like him. and he is nervous -- >> reporter: police caught lewis after he was spotted by an alert 911 caller. he's an ex-con with a lengthy rap sheet, mostly for theft. on active parole since august of last year. police haven't said how they
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first connected lewis to carter's disappearance. >> repeat your traffic. >> reporter: police spent four days hunting for a clue near this foreclosed home outside of little rock where the mother and grandmother was last seen thursday. carter was supposed to meet the buyer here, her husband of 35 years went to the house and found the door open. his wife's suv parked in the driveway, her purse still inside. >> it scared us. it's put us on alert. >> reporter: at carter's real estate office, her 65 colleagues may start requiring clients to come to the office instead of just meeting them at some empty house. >> it was nothing that beverly did that we haven't done in the past or wouldn't have done the same way. >> reporter: carter's husband and her two adult sons were notified of that discovery overnight. like so many here, they are wondering what could possibly have been the motive in this case. >> we're asking that in the
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studio as well. ryan, thank you. and now to the dramatic rescue at sea. seven people, including three children, saved off the coast of florida. this morning, we're hearing the 911 call from one of the survivors for the first time. reena ninan has the story. >> my husband just called me. >> reporter: this dramatic 911, capturing the frantic moments after this boat capsized off the coast of sanibel, florida, strandingsen people, including three chirnlg in the sea. >> i don't know, the boat capsized, and there's three small kids on board. >> reporter: they were in a children's fishing tournament when the 32-foot boat's engine stopped working. waves pushing it into the gulf. >> here's the stern, the bow. it went down, down, down, like that. >> reporter: and carlos was on the boat and speaking out, describing the frantic moments after the vessel capsized. >> grabbed the kids. the boat was going down very
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fast. jumped out of the water. treaded water for a while. >> reporter: in the stunning video, you can see one of the adults, with a young child, holding on to floating debris. another pulling the two other children on top of the overturned boat. >> we said it's being in a pool except with the waves. >> reporter: after 40 minutes, the boerts were able to dial 911. and rescuers got on to the scene, sending a lifesaver into the water. pulling them to safety. all seven escaping unharmed. thanks to the rescuers' quick work and the flotation devices. >> they had life preservers on first, foremost. and held on to them for dear life. >> reporter: for "good morning america," reena ninan. new york. >> they did everything right. >> they certainly did. let's get the weather from ginger. >> big-time fog issues in the southeast and pennsylvania. visibility is close to zero in raleigh.
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bradford, pennsylvania, zero there, too. and harrisburg, 2 miles. in raleigh, low 60s. it will eventually blow off. i heard from people in the southeast, they said, can we please get some sunshine? they've been dealing with that stationary front. it will die out and move on. check out the warmth, 88, little rock, 86, st. louis. remember, there's a lot of cold right between. and that's why we're talking about severe weather in the middle. today it stretches from north dakota into nebraska. damaging wind, hail, and of course you could see the you will have mostly sunshine with democrats in the mid-70's around the bay up and more 70's in the south bay and the low 80's inland. the seven-day forecast will be >> all that weather brought to you by mcdonald's. and let me tell you, chicago was 81 yesterday. three hours later, 57. >> oh, wow. >> whoa. >> that cold is coming for some others.
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we are back now at 7:41 with an extreme new reality show. two strangers struggle for survival in a remote area. and here's the twist, they're tied together by a six-foot rope. and some are now questioning, as if they need to, has reality tv finally gone too far? lindsey davis is here with the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lara. let's face it. reality tv is in its own competition of pushing the envelope. this is not just about enduring the environment, but about the individual you are bound to for every waking minute for nearly two weeks. just when it seemed reality tv producers couldn't dream of anything more extreme than this. >> i'm naked in the land of venomous snakes. >> reporter: or this -- >> i didn't even get to buy you a drink yet. >> reporter: look at this. >> say good-bye to freedom. >> reporter: discovery's new
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series, "tethered" has two strangers bound together with a six-foot rope as they try to survival in the world. >> we are contrasting people. see if we can make it work. >> reporter: competition in the ratings race is now heating up to the point that it's not enough to merely survive extreme circumstances like the first generation of reality tv. >> the tribe has spoken. >> the desire for something new, fresh. >> reporter: consider the ante upped. the premise -- six duos, keith, the navy vet, and willow, the free-spirited yogi. >> it's a pain in the [ bleep ]. i would say it's being married to the worst woman you can think of. >> reporter: navigating challenging terrain and near-death experiences. but will this latest tactic be enough to rope in viewers who are harder to impress in the realm of so called reality tv. >> this is a six-foot tether. >> now that viewers are
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gravitating to scripted shows, they have to come up with something that is really going to stand apart from the krocrow and generate a lot of buzz. >> reporter: nielsen ratings say that young tv viewers consume less reality and more scripted programming. which means these days the reality show executives are the ones playing their own real-life game of survivor. >> i think my partner is a [ bleep ] and doesn't want to get in the water. we don't have time right now. we don't have [ bleep ] time right now. >> reporter: these daring duos are dropped with the tether, a basic premise, and the show premiers october 6th. there's no prize. satisfaction that you have survived is enough. >> that's crazy. >> there's a ball chain. >> oh, my gosh. >> all right, so, "tether" premiers, in case you're interested, sunday night on discovery. we want to know what you think.
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step up now to "the open mike." >> all righty, it's time for "open mike." and today we have the pint-sized powerhouse who's making big money on youtube. 8-year-old evan loves toys and games. and his reviews have been watched hundreds of millions of times. >> this is evan, and welcome to my channel. >> attention parents -- >> here is the helicopter. >> you might to want think twice before telling your kids to put away their toys. >> so let's open this up and show you guys what is inside. >> meet 8-year-old evan from evan tube hd. he makes a whopping $1.3 million a year. his videos garnering 760 million views a count. >> my first video, i made a little stop-motion. and then we made these clay models. and we got a bunch of views on that. so let's make it a lot.
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let's open this up and see what's inside. >> try 52 million views for his critique of angry birds dough. >> i am talking a little funny today because i just lost my tooth. i would probably eat the cherry. >> and over 18 million hits just to watch him snack on a giant gummy worm. >> you can make a pretty good living from the youtube videos if you can get the viewership. so we've been able to pretty much take all the proceeds that come from these videos and save them into investment accounts for the kids. >> reporter: proof that it pays to think outside the toy box. >> you could make your own videos if you put your mind to it. >> and i tell you, he's a generous kid too. after filming, he donates many of those toys to charity so other kids get a chance to play with them as well. and let's meet the mastermind of evan tube hd. come on out, evan. what's up, bud? let me help you. let me help you. there we go.
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how did you get started making videos about toys and games? >> i watched youtube, and i just asked my dad if i could start a youtube channel. >> what's your all-time favorite toy? >> it is legos. >> very simple, legos. i want you to take a look at my all-time favorite toy and give a review. can you guys bring it out? this is the green machine, evan. now, i want you try this, evan. come on. jump down. try the green machine. this was, like -- this is everything to me. you can spin. it's like being on a roller coaster on the ground. give it a spin. let's see what row got. let's see what you do. look at that. look at that! all right, what do you feel about it, evan? do you like it? it's not better than the legos? that's what you're trying to tell me. it's not? >> no, it is. >> it is? let me help you. here we go. evan and i, i'm trying to sell
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don't leave out 5 seconds of summer. they've already taken over times square. here they are backstage right now. having so much fun. >> coming up the stairs. listen to the screaming from downstairs. but i think, michael, are you there for their arrival? >> i think you guys. here they are. luke, michael, calum and ashton. these are the four australian teens taking over the charts right now and also wrapping up a blockbuster tour with one direction. come on up here, guys. what's up, man? their fans can't get enough as you can tell. we're going to talk to them coming up. plus they're going to perform live for us. and maybe get a little background. until then, to you, lara. >> he's got the moves. he's got the moves. >> we know you can, michael. we know you can. and more star power in the
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social square. "dancing's" -- unfortunately, the booted couple. randy and karina are with us. flew all night long after saying good-bye to the dance floor. and lena dunham is with us. she's got a brand -- hi, lena! she's got a brand-new book out this morning. can't wait to hear from here her. >> so much fun. big show today. first to amy. good morning, and begin with tough new questions today for the director of the secret service. julia pearson will face a grilling on capitol hill as members of congress question how a white house fence jumper managed to overpower a secret service agent at the front door and then run down two hallways into the east room before finally being tackled. pearson is also being criticized for the agency's failure to initially disclose the seriousness of the incident. a patient at a dallas hospital is being kept in strike isolation, being kesed for ebola, after showing signs of the virus. in addition to the symptoms, the travel history is causing
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concern. but doctors aren't saying where that patient traveled. meanwhile in west africa, a 25-bed u.s. military field hospital has arrived in liberia to help treat more patients in that country. the new ultimatum overnight, tens of thousands demanding democratic reform in hong kong. they have given the chinese government until tomorrow to respond to their demands. among the protesters, a group of musicians, playing one of my favorites from "les miserables." "do you hear the people sing?" and rescue workers have suspended their search on the volcano in japan where 24 climbers have been missing since saturday's eruption. another eruption may be imminent. 12 bodies have been recovered so far. and super market customers are on alert. hackers may have struck again, stealing credit card data. malicious software was found on networks that process payments for albertsons and supervalu supermarkets.
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they include more than 1,000 stores operating under those names as well as star markets, shaws, acme, cub foods, and jewel-osco. and finally the high school senior with the unique graduation photo that i hope you'll remember. getting his way, kind of. we told you a couple weeks ago about draven rodriguez, in upstate, new york, wanted to use his photo with his cat, mr. bigglesworth. he didn't give up when the school said no. he collected 7,000 signatures for a petition, and the principal agreed to a compromise. yes, that is the principal appearing on a special page with her dog alongside draven and mr. bigglesworth. i love their faces. it's like they're looking onward and upward. it's an inspiring photo. wouldn't you say? >> i love the principal's sense of humor. that's fantastic. >> and for a great cause. rescues. >> exactly. >> a happy ending. and with that, we will switch gears now to the health
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scare that has parents on edge all across the country. doctors fighting enterovirus in at least 46 states and looking for a link to pararlysis in som kids. clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: doctors around the country are on high alert for strange symptoms seen in colorado. children with serious respiratory illness now coming down with signs of paralysis. >> they may have trouble lifting their arm to get their fork to their mouth. and that's a muscle weakness. >> reporter: there is no confirmed link, but health officials say a leading suspect is enterovirus d-68, inflicting symptoms all the way from a cold to severe respiratory problems. it's been spreading rapidly. just three weeks ago, in 11 states. two weeks ago, 27 states, now 47 states with confirmed or suspected cases. >> kids have a difficult time breathing. you notice something is wrong. those are reasons any parent should access care for their children.
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>> reporter: hospitals nationwide tell us they are on the lookout. in kansas city -- >> we have three cases we are focused on that have limb weakness as a presentation. >> reporter: doctors say the colorado patients are now getting physical therapy. >> the question is if any of them will have permanent neurologic damage or not. >> reporter: for some young patients, the road to recovery may be very long. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> they've got to get this under control. >> mm-hmm. they do. and "pop news" and weather coming up. now to michael in the social square. >> all right. now here's what's -- here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu" and the social square powered by samsung galaxy. how you can get amal's gorgeous look for less from her blockbuster wedding weekend with george clooney. and we have so many 5 second of summer megafans here. happy -- it's your birthday. happy birthday.
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alongside channing tatum. good thing michael has had some practice. can we roll that video? >> the thing is, this was just a joke that has turned into -- >> a role. >> a role. >> of a lifetime. >> but i've been told there are people here on the desk who can give me some lessons. who can help me out. >> do you have that video queued up? i did not call for that video. >> i'm calling for that video. that's in the theater, i'm the first one in line. >> if you're looking for some tips. >> that's a very themed situation. >> yes. i was a cowgirl with a mustache. >> but it -- >> why did you do this? >> i had no choice but to do it. >> no choice? >> channing would come on. and we would go back and forth. i'd mess around, yeah, i'll do it. then he calls me and says, are you ready? drinks or dinner or something? no, you ready to take it all
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off. here we go. s s see what happens. >> you real are shy. >> i am shy. when the cameras are off, i'm shy and misunderstood. >> good things the cameras are on. >> you said the wardrobe person called and it was a short call. >> short call. there's not much wardrobe out there. watch the movie, enjoy it. i'm going to try to enjoy it. hopefully everyone else does too. >> we will indeed. the movie hits theaters july 2015. we're talking about it a lot until then. and then moving on in "pop news," it was a back to school night like no other. neil diamond returned to his high school in brooklyn for an incredible surprise concert. maybe something in the school lunch, it also delivered us barbra streisand. yeah, that's a serious musical education. >> my bff.
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>> totes, robin. diamond spread the news on twitter. it was the first time there since hitting it big time. and he did it big time. singing -- ♪ sweet caroline ♪ good times never sfoelt good >> and his new album drops next month. >> we're not on it. ♪ so fine so fine and finally in "pop news," a dog this can't keep her tongue in her mouth has become an internet sensation. meet marney. this is a musical video. >> oh, wow. >> just watch her for a moment. my daughter, kate, helped me discover her. >> is her head too heavy for her? >> i don't know. but she's very happy. according to her tumblr page, she's a former rescue. now enjoys long walks, parties,
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and greek yogurt. she has 175,000 followers on instagram. that is "pop news." >> can she bark? that's my question. >> i don't know. but she can make a smile. >> that's some "pop news." >> it's a poo-poo platter. >> head index coming up, ginger with the weather. yes. and good morning and all these girls from california. we haven't seen these clouds in l.a. they told me it was partly cloudy. increasing clouds. chicago is where we'll begin. they have some fog rolling through. yesterday, remember, i told you, dropped so many degrees. 81 to 57 in just three hours. waking up this morning in the >> today is the last day of seasonal temperatures before the heat towns on. here is a look at live doppler hd tracking patchy clouds and
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fog had the not bay and along our coastline but in the afternoon the clouds will leave us with temperatures in the upper 70's to lower 80's for were of the bay area. still coog along the coast and 66 at half moon bay. lows are in the lower 60's to upper 50's under stars and the temperature turns on >> and we're saying good morning to winnie, and happy anniversary, 30 years. where are you from? >> we're from gains, michigan. >> and your names? >> chris and don. >> so great to have you here. get inside. >> thank you for stretching there so i could get in my seat. i was over there, and they were yelling, working over here. kicking off the heat index, a story getting lots of clicks on our website overnight. a couple leaving a big tip nor a waiter in iowa. it was awful service.
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they waited 20 minutes for the glass of water, longer for the food. but it wasn't the waiter's fault. he was manage, 12 tables at once. they left $100 on the $66 bill with a note that read, we have been there in your shoes. paying it forward. the photo of the receipt now approaching 1.57 million likes on facebook. they were there for their anniversary. they have worked in restaurants. they realize -- and, again, they said the waiter was overworked. >> working hard. >> yeah. and maybe -- let people understand. >> not to get so frustrated. put a smile on people's faces. >> 1.5 million likes, too. over to lara. thank you so much. and we have been talking a lot about george clooney and amal's wedding, mrs. clooney, and people are talking about her amazing style. how to get her looking without breaking the bank. she wowed in the dolce and
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gabana dress, and the alexander mcqueen evening gown, and stepped out in the mini that was so dreamy. and those gams for days. this was the civil ceremony, the pantsuit. and lori is going to show us how to get two of the looks for less. hi. thanks for coming in. >> thanks for having me. >> you found a look for the alexander mcqueen gown. >> it's custom, we're talking thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars. if our model will come on out. >> come on out. >> come on out, amber. we found a shift dress and reinterpreted the same red and black motif. it was at bloomingdales, under $300. way more wearable if you're not going to george clooney's bachelorette party. >> i could wear that for work.
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it's a lot of money, but still -- >> a fraction of the thousands and thousands custom gown. >> and the pantsuit. come on out. >> ashley, so the pantsuit was stella mccartney. a really hefty price tag. the thing to look at here are the clean lines. we got this from bloomingdales, under $375, not cheap, but the winter white trend is huge for fall. it's a great investment. and let the hems hit the floor, the longer and leaner you look. >> the longer the hem, the longer the leg. and white is okay in the fall. >> it is. it's a trend. thank you so much. you look beautiful. back to george. and "dancing with the stars" night. it was movie night last night, but no happy ending for randy and karina. take a look. >> on this third week of competition, the couple leaving rights now is -- randy and karina.
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>> oh, no. and they flew all night long to be here with us. randy couture, karina smirnoff. we are not happy about, but happy you are here. >> how could you be booted off, ran randy? >> that's the way it goes, i guess. >> you guys looked like you gave it your all. >> that was the point. we had fun. five weeks together, i learned a ton. and you can only focus on the things you have control over. that practice time that we spent together and going out there and just putting it on the line on the dance floor. >> and you also had to change so quickly. you guys were the first ones out twice. that kind of has -- >> i think we definitely have set the record with being first two weeks in a row. but i'm watching it, we haven't had a chance to watch it back yesterday. you killed it.
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that was his best stake. and i told him go for it, be ferocious, be like this mean guy. and he was doing knee walks and screaming and that was like, oh, get out of the way. >> yeah, it was great. i really liked it. i want to ask you, though, who would you of the judges most want to bring into the octagon? >> it wouldn't be like that. >> all four. >> maybe all four at once. that's interesting. >> good show. >> that's did. >> ultimate fighting. >> it's a lot different from mma for sure. and that was the point. i think do something outside the box. you know? expand people's view of who i am and what i'm capable of. . >> you showed that. who goes all the way? >> we have front runners with janel and val and derek and bethany. every week we might have a new leader. it's that -- >> it has been that way. >> yeah, it's been interesting.
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i think early on,alfonso, and the dances he had were amazing. last night, two perfect scores. >> a lot of tens last night. >> and as well -- and that was literally the first time he went like from beginning to the end, the whole dance. >> with the tango. thanks. thank you. over to amy. time for the morning stir. what's trending right now. and this morning, a first look at a powerful ad showing how much a mother's feelings about herself can impact her daughter, especially when it comes to body image. farr fa paula favor arise has the story. >> reporter: it's the internal monologue in women's heads. >> my number one hate is -- >> my eyes are wonky. >> i have big legs. >> reporter: dove's buzzy new film, legacy, asking women to share how they feel about their
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bodies. >> i'm not keen on my legs, but focus on the fact that they're very strong and i'm a very good runner. >> reporter: then posing the same question to their daughters. >> oh, she said her thighs, too, didn't she? >> don't like my arms and she doesn't like her arms either. >> reporter: the powerful ad showing mothers just how much their behavior can leave a lasting impact on their daughter's lives. >> cause i go running. >> really? >> how i feel about myself really affects how she feels about herself. >> i love your hair. >> reporter: it's an issue blogger janette experienced firsthand. the naturally curly-haired mom says she straightens her hair for special occasions. a simple fact like in the film has made her daughter question her beauty. >> she said straight hair is beautiful, curly isn't. any time you want to look
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pretty, you straighten your hair. >> >> reporter: it one the only one, she picked up on her efforts to lose a few pounds. >> i don't want her to be obsessed about her weight. >> reporter: she's more careful about the comments she makes about her appearance. >> i realize i'm not doing a great job as a mom if she's feeling these contradictions and it's making her doubt her own duty. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. and let's bring in parenting expert from cafe mom, erica souther. and everything they say, they're little sponges. >> every word. kids pick up social cues from their parents. it's the reason we don't swear in front of kids, have bad behavior and they mimic it. there are unconscious things we are doing that kids are picking up on, especially girls. we talk about, oh, i look fat. i hate my legs, my thighs.
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little kids listening to that and think this is normal. >> and they're there. whatever your issues are, become their issues. what advice for mothers who are grappling with this issue and how they choose their words? >> you have to be very careful. because, of course, kids are picking up bits of information from their friends, and their friends older siblings. you have to intervene. reflect a positive body image. tell them they're gorgeous and beautiful. celebrate the unique things about them. and listen for teachable moments with their friends. chatting, that issue will come up. i'm always eavesdropping. great advice. appreciate it. and coming up, we have lena dunham here and 5 seconds of summer performs live. stay with us.
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good morning, a young woman is in cust dpi after a police pursuit that led to a rollover crash. police attempted to pull over the woman's car around 8:00 last night when she didn't stop. she led police on a short pursuit before losing droll and crashing into a median. two teenaged girls believed to be 16 or 17 were injured. the driver was taken into custo custody. the car she was driving had been reported stolen. >> the fog is rolling to the south and not real impeding your visibility that much. we do have this new crash that's
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are going to have -- amy is behind the scenes with the look at "nashville," making her acting debut along luke brian. can't wait to see how you do. >> i play myself. hope i do it well. >> she nails it everybody. >> pretty sad if i didn't. >> downstairs to robin. >> lena dunham is the star, creative force behind the hbo sensation, "girls." and can't wait for january. she's an author. and adding that to her list of accomplishments. her brand new book, "not that kind of girl," a young woman tells what she's learned. thank you. >> thank you for having me. >> you got rave reviews. and george is blushing because you said he's handsome. >> i'm not the first one to have said it.
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george is a sexual icon. >> i wish he was down here. is it true blonds have more fun? >> i was a blond child. i feel connected to being blond. but what happens when you're blond, there's some prehistoric reaction in stupid men where they start holding more doors open for you, hailing cabs. i have had a lot of services rendered to me that did not avail me when i was a brunette. >> i have learned more about you. doesn't surprise me hearing that. it's beautiful. >> thank you. >> it's a conversation with you all over the place. and it's who you are. what inspired you to write this? you have so much going on. >> you know with television -- i love my collaborators at "girls" so much. it takes a village to make a television show. it's interactive and social.
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i wanted to get back to the intimate relationship with the page as a writer of prose. it's like me going back into my bed as a teenager and journaling in a slightly-more evolved form. >> the illustrator is good. >> we have been friends since i was 3 years old. you wanted her to do the art project for you. and get rave reviews from the teacher. now it's a bigger scale. >> it's a beautiful book. >> thank you. >> you share some of the journal. we're not going to make you read what you ate in one day in particular. >> that was the worst day of my life. thank you. >> not make you relive that. young women, concerned about body image, and you have come to peace. >> that was in some ways the hardest chapter. the sexual humiliations, the challenging relationship. but it's being clear about the fact that i have spent a lot of time thinking about food.
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i spent a lot of my career trying to break down some of the negative -- the negative forces that the media exerts on women in trying to control their body image. so for me, it felt very -- it felt very sort of, you know, anathema to what i am to admit that i too have struggled with the concept of sort of perfection. and i think it's something we're all dealing with every day. but i have to say when you love your job and you love what you do and you're sort of engaged, you really feel like a tool being put to its proper use, you think of food as fuel. and you think of it as a way to get to where you need to go and less sort of your demise. >> i agree with you, diet is a four-letter word. >> diet is a four-letter word is something i learned from my grandmother. i will take it to the grave. >> therapy and me. that's a chapter that really resonates with a lot of people. and you talk about from a young age that you were afraid of -- just about everything. and you still are dealing with
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that in some ways. >> yeah, you know. one of the reasons it was so important to talk about the relationship to therapy and the fact i have obsessive-compulsive disorder, there's a conversation about mental health that needs to happen that we are just at the beginning of. and i think all of us share our struggles with the world inside our heads, whether big or small, can help other people to normalize their experiences. and, you know, i definitely have struggled with anxiety, with obsessive-compulsive disorder, and i was lucky to have parents with a forward-thinking attitude. putting me into therapy at a young age and giving me tools to move forward. it's part of the reason we see so many shootings in the country. there's a conversation about mental health that is just as important as the other dialogues nationally. >> and you go there in so many different ways in the book. i love your folks. they come shining through in this. >> i love them too. as i said before, they had the
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foresight to put me into therapy, encourage me to create. and i feel the book is dedicated to them, for good reason. >> i can't wait for the fourth season of "girls." the "girls." >> the "girls" are back. new hair cuts and guest stars. ready to rock and roll. >> we were talking to our writer, mitch, who fell in love with you. >> love mitch. >> and "guys and dolls" and singing in a musical. >> any secret talent? pafrm perform in "guys and dolls." my accent is not great. it's like -- ♪ a person has has a cold >> ladies and gentlemen, lena dunham. >> that's the most you are going to get for that. >> you are a delight. >> as are you. and thank you for talking to me. and i hope that you enjoyed the book. >> i'm glad you're that kind of
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girl. knot th"not that kind of girl" stores today. and back up to ginger. robin, i have never felt more invincible. are you excited to see them? yes, just slightly. here they are, 5 seconds of summer. their favorite weather, i asked them, a light drizzle. let's just look at hail that happened around denver quickly. that storm moving to the you will have mostly sunshine with democrats in the mid-70's around the bay up and more 70's in the south bay and the low 80's inland. the seven-day forecast will be >> all that weather brought to you by carmax. and you said what? >> it is raining doughnuts. >> raining teenage girls. thank you.
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the hit show "nashville" is back for the new season. you don't have to love country music to love the show. packs so much drama. i went behind the scenes and made my acting debut on season three. take a look. ♪ whenever you're with me for two seasons, tv sensation "nashville" has won over music lovers ♪ your words sharper than a knife. >> reporter: and drama loefr lovers. and along the way, there were a few "good morning america" ca o cameos. >> can we expect a debut album any time soon? >> reporter: now with the new season promising to satiate our nashville needs -- >> try to explain why i am the way that i am. >> reporter: it was my turn to tap into my acting skills. we are behind the scenes of a nashville shoot. alongside luke bryant. >> this is my first endeavor in
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this. >> reporter: luckily, we had help from a pro. >> i'm connie britain from nashville. and we're about to shoot a nashville scene in the park. >> reporter: she plays rena james, she brought her a-game. >> you ready to get this show on the road? >> reporter: what was that like up there? have you done anything like that? >> we record concerts for the show, but it was definitely nerve-wracking. i have. >> reporter: i have to say, season three, twists and turn? >> always. but i'm not going to give it away. >> reporter: but the real question, how did us amateur actors do. i played me, if i was bad at it, i have a major problem. >> yeah. >> reporter: you played you, what are you talking about? >> i hope i was me good. >> reporter: you were great. >> nice. you? no, just kidding. >> ah. that's about right.
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"nashville" airs tomorrow at 10:00 p.m. eastern on abc. coming up, 5 seconds of summer, live. ♪ and i k
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is it the biting? ...we need to break up. cuz i can stop? no! i love you and your show. it's cable. customers are more satisfied with u-verse. switch and we can stay together forever. forever? ow. i'm not gonna lie to you. it's also the biting. break up with cable. choose u-verse tv from $19 a month for 2 years. intrying to mislead you about the effects of proposition 46. well here's the truth: 46 will save lives. it will save money too. i'm bob pack, and i'm fighting for prop 46 because i lost my two children to preventable medical errors and i don't want anyone else to lose theirs. the three provisions in 46 will reduce medical errors and protect patients. save money and save lives. yes on 46. okay, the moment is here.
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5 seconds of summer making their first appearance ever on "gma" with "amnesia."
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i drove by all the places we used to hang out getting wasted ♪ ♪ i thought about our last kiss how it felt the way you tasted ♪ ♪ even though your friends tell me you're doing fine ♪ ♪ are you somewhere feeling lonely even though he's right beside you ♪ ♪ when he says those words to hurt you do you read the ones i wrote you ♪ ♪ sometimes i start to wonder was it just a lie ♪ ♪ if what we had was real how could you be fine ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ i remember the day you told me you were leaving ♪ ♪ i remember the make up running down your face ♪ ♪ and the dreams you left behind you didn't need them ♪
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♪ like every single wish we ever made ♪ ♪ i wick that i could wake up with amnesia ♪ ♪ and forget about the stupid little things ♪ ♪ like the way it felt to fall asleep next to you ♪ ♪ and the memories i never can escape ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ the pictures that you sent me they're still living in my phone ♪ ♪ i'll admit i like to see them i'll admit i feel alone ♪ ♪ and all my friends keep asking why i'm not around ♪ ♪ it hurts to know you're happy yeah ♪ ♪ it hurts that you've moved on ♪ ♪ it's hard to hear your name when i haven't seen you in so long ♪ ♪ it's like we never happened was it just a lie ♪ ♪ if what we had was real how could you be fine ♪
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♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ i remember the day you told me you were leaving ♪ ♪ i remember the make-up running down your face ♪ ♪ and the dreams you left mind you didn't need them ♪ ♪ like every single wish we ever made ♪ ♪ i wish that i could wake up with amnesia ♪ ♪ and forget about the stupid little things ♪ ♪ like the way it felt to fall asleep next to you ♪ ♪ and the memories i never can escape ♪ ♪ if today i woke up with you right beside me ♪ ♪ like all of this was just some twisted dream ♪ ♪ i'd hold you closer than i ever did before ♪ ♪ and you'd never slip away ♪ and you'd never hear me say
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♪ i remember the day you told me you were leaving ♪ ♪ remember the make-up running down your face ♪ ♪ and the dreams you left behind you didn't need them ♪ ♪ like every single wish we ever made ♪ ♪ i wick that i could wake up with amnesia ♪ ♪ and forget about the stupid little things ♪ ♪ like the way it felt to fall asleep next to you ♪ ♪ and the memories i never can escape ♪ ♪ cause i'm not fine at all ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i remember the make-up running down your face ♪
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luke, cal lum, michael, ashton, they are all here. they have just rocked out. the song, "amnesia" is a breakup song. a lot of your songs are about heart ache and love. are you guys lucky or unlucky in love? >> definitely unlucky with all girl situations. >> really? >> yeah. >> really? >> i mean, sometimes, you know, calum gives us a bit of love, but other than that -- >> calum, what do you think of the crowd? >> these guys are so awesome. lucky to have you here. touring with one direction. and then their own headlining tour. let's hear another song. 5 seconds of summer. ♪ head's up >> good morning, america! you want to sing this one?
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♪ hey ♪ hey ♪ hey ♪ hey ♪ hey ♪ oh hey oat hey ♪ ♪ hey ♪ said darling ♪ sit her down say we're too young now to amount to anything else ♪ ♪ but look around we were too there for this just to give it up now ♪ ♪ if you don't swim you will drown ♪ ♪ but don't move honey ♪ and that american underwear ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ your lipstick stain is a work of art but you need tattooed out
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of heart ♪ ♪ and i know now and i'm so down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ oh hey ♪ oh hey ♪ oh hey ♪ oh hey ♪ let's get out cause you said to me let's get this down ♪ ♪ when i was down i found myself alone ♪ ♪ you're thinking if i showed up with that again and came down here ♪ ♪ but you want to run away too because all i really want is you ♪ ♪ you look so happy on the internet and my american apparel underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ the lipstick stain is is there for and the jeans lying on the
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floor ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ oh hey ♪ oh hey ♪ oh hey ♪ hey ♪ look so perfect standing there in my american apparel underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ your lipstick stain is a work of art ♪ ♪ your name tattooed on the outer part and i know now that here we go ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you look so good standing there any my american apparel
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underwear ♪ ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ hey ♪ lipstick stain is a work of art ♪ ♪ i is it -- ♪ and i know now that i'm so down ♪ ♪ all right ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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5 seconds of summer, everybody. 5 seconds of summer. thank you, guys. >> thunk so much. what a great day on "good morning america." everybody, we'll see you tomorrow. >> have a great day.
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. good morning, first up, the bay area forecast. >> it's going to be a bit seasonal today, that's going to change tomorrow. our temperatures really going to be in the upper 60s along the coast, lower 70s in the bay, overnight lows, starry skyes, not so much of a marine layer. temperatures are going to be in the upper 50s to lower 60s. hot over the weekend. a problem in san jose, northbound on 101 right before you get to 680. a look right now at the bay ridge tolls, it's packed 18
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minutes to cross into san francisco. >> time now for liv announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, star of the drama the drf mark harmon. and from the series "the good wife," taye diggs. plus, a performance from singer songwriter melissa etheridge. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and applause]


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