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this morning on "world news now," final moments. chilling new details from the flight recorder before the crash in the alps. how the pilot tried to get back in the cockpit and a new look at the co-pilot accused of murdering everyone aboard. what drove him to do it? growing outrage over indiana's new religious freedom act. protesters taking to the street. celebrities weighing in. the governor now trying to explain what it really means. >> do you think it should be legal in the state of indiana to discriminate against gays or lesbians? >> george -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> our exclusive interview ahead. do you need a buddy? the latest smartphone app that will help you put together a new crew of your choice if your
existing crew of friends are just lame. >> a lot of my friends are married, having kids and nobody wants to do anything anymore that is even remotely fun. >> reporter: technology helping guys unite. it is monday, march 30th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." it's monday. >> it's monday. >> look at who we got. >> hey, guys. >> look at who we got happy to be back. >> back? when were you here last? >> it's been like a year. happy to be sitting here next to you. they told me you were coming in to town and i said. >> uh-huh. you are not the first. i get that a lot. good to have you. i'm t.j. holmes. we have to start. we have updates we continue to get them on the plane crash in the alps. more updates for you. >> friends and relatives are visiting a site not far from where the plane went down.
visitors came from as far as colombia and the netherlands. >> we are learning more about the co-pilot believed to have crashed the plane on purpose. for the first time we seeing the pilot in another aircraft. alex marquardt in germany for us. >> reporter: new pictures of andreas lubitz doing what he loved, soaring through the air here in a glider. but new chilling details about the final minutes of germanwing's flight 9525 as he flew into that mountainside. the stuff of nightmares. a transcript of the cockpit voice recorder released by the german newspaper which abc has not confirmed reveals that 28 minutes in to the flight the captain leaves to go to the bathroom telling lubitz to take over. he puts the plane in descent and three minutes later. the control tower tries to contact the pilot, but there's no answer. the captain comes back finding the door locked. for god's sake, open the door. there are loud metallic blows against the door before the
plane's alarm sounds as it drops fast. lubitz says nothing but is heard breathing. as the plane crashes the last sound heard is the passenger screaming. why lubitz is believed to have piloted the plane in to the ground, german authorities have only said it was a intentional and he had an illness. reports unconfirmed by abc say lubitz was severely depressed, had medication for a psycho somatic illness and sought treatment for problems with his vision, a potential career-ending condition. there are hopes today the german authorities may reveal the exact nature of lubitz's illness. in the meantime, german newspapers printing a full-page letter from the lufthansa group offering condolences to the loved ones of the 150 people who died. alex marquardt, abc news, cologne, germany. a terrifying ordeal for passengers aboard a plane in
halifax. the plane landed in a snowstorm more than 1,000 feet short of the runway. this is what the a320 looks like after slamming in to a bank of antennas and skidding on its belly for about 30 seconds. the landing gear and nose come ripped off a wing and engine left mangled. two dozen people suffered injuries. all 130 people on board were quickly evacuated. >> didn't hesitate, jumped out on to the wing and started running away from the plane. >> the flight arriving from toronto which circled the airport waiting for a break in the weather before getting clearance. this is after midnight on sunday. this caused a temporary blackout at the airport. saudi arabia's pounding rebels in yemen with air strikes for the fifth straight day. the foreign minister says the strikes prevented rebels to use planes they seized to attack yemeni cities and neighboring saudi arabia. he said the attacks have stopped iran from supplying the rebels. if the strikes don't work, saudi arabia and egypt have promised ground troops.
tunisian officials say they have crushed the leadership of the jihadi group that carried out the deadly attack on an art museum killing the group's operational chief. three armed men in uniforms killed 22 people, mostly foreign tourists in the attack. two of the gunmen were killed also. a third escaped. in tunis on sunday the leaders of france, italy and palestinian territories joined with thousands of others to rally against violent extremism. >> back to the u.s. now and a national outcry over a new indiana law. critics saying the religious freedom act promotes discrimination against gays and lesbians. thousands in the streets in indianapolis over the weekend. the marched on the state capitol demanding the repeal of this law. governor mike pence standing firm saying the law may be clarified but it's not going to be changed. well, on this week, anchor george stephanopoulos tried to get an answer out of this guy. >> do you think it should be
legal in the state of indiana to discriminate against gays or lesbians? >> george -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> come on. hoosiers don't believe in discrimination. this is about protecting the religious liberty of every hoosier of every faith. >> one fix people have talked about is simply adding sexual orientation as a protected class under the state's civil rights laws. will you push for that? >> i will not push for that. >> meanwhile, that guy, apple ceo tim cook is speaking out saying laws like that are bad for business and former nba star, charles barkley calling for the ncaa to pull out of this week's final four tournament out of indiana. it is happening in indianapolis this particular. i doubt if that's going to happen but still got everyone talking. spring break is becoming a march madness for a lot of vacation spots. this weekend violence erupted at a house party in panama city, florida. seven people with gunshot wounds there. >> police and lawmakers are desperate to find ways to keep
visitors coming back and also safe. abc's matt gutman with more. >> reporter: spring break at its breaking point. the paradise of panama city, florida, turned in to a war zone. six shootings. >> i need emergency to 5121 gulf drive. going to be four patients, gunshot wounds. >> reporter: this one triggering mayhem, seven shot, hundreds of students partying nearby. >> it is complete chaos here. >> reporter: three young women from alabama a&m wounded one of them critically. in a statement the university described them as innocent victims in the wrong place when an altercation broke out. another victim, 22-year-old tykeria etheridge posting this video to her facebook page from her hospital bed, i just knew i was dead. the 22-year-old suspect from mobile, alabama, was free on bond for drug possession charges during the shooting. now in police custody charged with seven counts of attempted murder.
three weeks ago dakota prescot mississippi state quarterback, and two teammates were beaten in what they say was a unprovoked attack outside of a panama city nightclub. >> can't just have a good spring break time anymore. everything always escalates. the rates of spring break violence escalating caused the police up 60%. >> we have drunk people under the influence of drugs with guns and no respect for themselves, others and most of all authority. we have a recipe for disaster. >> reporter: one that struck seven times. matt gutman, abc news, miami. a fiery plane crash near philadelphia claimed the lives of two people on board. the single engine plane went down in a field yesterday two miles from where it took off. it burst in to flames near an apartment complex but no one on the ground was hurt. officials say the pilot apparently lost control but they are still trying to figure out why. actor harrison ford is reportedly back home after surviving that crash of his small plane, you'll remember.
"people" magazine the ones reporting now that he was spotted driving this weekend somewhere in l.a. remember, he suffered only broken bones, cuts an bruises in the crash back on march 5th. now the final four. we are set for next weekend, folks. michigan state punched their ticket. nobody expected them to be there but they are going to be in indianapolis. they pulled off a victory over louisville which was favored in the game. spartans down by eight at halftime. they rallied. the game went in to overtime and if you missed it, shame on you. it was a fantastic ball game. but their unlikely run continues. 76-70. never bet against their coach tom izzo in this tournament. duke surprise surprise are going back to the final four. the first time they have been there since they won it all five years ago. blue devils beat gonzaga. gonzaga can't get over the hump. still not been to the final four. after pulling off one and two seeds they have been great. the blue devils, one of of the best freshmen, justice winslow had a great time game.
they pulled it off and they are going in to the 16th final four appearance. this is what the bracket of yours is supposed to look like. three number one seeds going. kentucky, duke, wisconsin as well. so kentucky and wisconsin will be a rematch of last year's national semi final. then you have duke and michigan. some big-time coaches and their names in this tournament. it's been a great -- okay. i woke up when we start to talk about -- >> that's what i was going to say. i love lo it. we are riding along smoothly and this story comes up and spring to life. >> it's been like in the past couple of weeks. this is my favorite time of the year. >> i know nothing about it. >> oh. >> fill me in. >> you knew there was a tournament going on. >> i have heard of it. i heard hew rumors. i wasn't invited to fill out a bracket. >> so you didn't fill out a bracket. >> they don't trust me to participate in any way so i can pretend i know what is going on, who should i root for at this point. >> root for history, kentucky wild cats.
they are going in to this thing 38-0. could be 40-0 national champions. could be history made. >> i should take notes. got it. all right. moving on to a special celebration for a couple of lovely ladies in florida. twin sisters josephine and anna mark their 100th birthday with a big old party. >> look at the pictures. look closely here. look at who showed up, broadway joe. football hall of famer joe namath brought the ladies flowers and took time to greet others at the party as well. >> what a guy. he lives nearby and friends with a member of the ladies' family. they said they are appreciative of his visit but one admitted she was hoping the special guest was going to be tiger woods. >> that's rude. >> did she say it to her his face or whisper and now we are putting it on the news. you are welcome, birthday girl. >> she's a golfer. coming up in "the mix," we have some younger folks, 80 somethings taking it all for
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thanks to social media and thanks to social media and on-line reviews, consumers are enjoying sway over retail businesses and services. >> many abuse the power venting on review boards like yelp, often unfairly. and now some companies are fighting back. here's abc's rebecca jarvis. for this popular hunan restaurant in california named wonderful, it's not uncommon to
find a line of waiting diners but one unhappy patron claims he spoke to a waitress waiting to be seated posted this review on yelp. it is not this classy of a place but they refuse to seat me. surprise the restaurant owners looked at surveillance video. >> he never spoke to any servers. he walked in. he looked around and left within 22 seconds. >> the post going viral, many applauding the restaurant but there is a business backlash against bad reviews that is backfiring. >> smelled bad. we kept the windows open the entire time we were there. >> reporter: when he checked in to this hotel for a wedding he was so disappointed he wrote a yelp review and gave it one star. the hotel e-mailing robbie that his negative review would cost the just-married couple $500. the fine print the bride and groom missed when they signed their contract. backlash ensued and later on the hotel expressing in a statement
embarrassment, claiming the policy was in fact a joke. in some cases, businesses have taken the extreme step of suing reviewers. yelp says the law is on the side of the consumer. >> they have the right to express their opinion and accurately and truthfully describe their experiences. >> reporter: as for the restaurant in california, the owners are not boiling over one negative review. saying they would happily welcome dan to a meal anytime. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. coming up next, guys in search of buds. >> dudes looking for the next big bromance. a buddy to catch a game and share a brew. and now, as they say, there's an app for that. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
i'm fascinated by this. >> i know you are. >> i don't understand. >> men need friends. we need guy pals as much as women need gal pals. that's what the script says so i'm going to stick with it. >> it is from the heart, everyone. >> they say men in general have more trouble making friends than women. really? >> with an attitude like that, yeah. i can see it. >> really? >> now there is an app for that. abc's nick watt checked it out. >> i could have plugged it in the app, who's up for taco tuesday. >> we didn't know each other until a half hour ago. now look at us. >> ball and chain the past ten years. >> that's good banter, showing off our tattoos. >> black and white. >> good times. and this might be the salvation of modern male heterosexual friendship.
straight men are basically the least socially evolved humans. >> absolutely. this is needed for straight guys. >> reporter: it is an app called wolfpack. [ howling ] >> reporter: yep, it makes that noise. brain child of a movie producer turned developer of the most expensive homes in this country. he was inspired by a recently divorced friend. >> lonely guy that lost track of his buddies because he was married for 20 years and when they got divorced he had nobody to do anything. i think the women keep in touch or a group of women they stay close with so if they broke up or something changed in their life, they have somebody to go and talk to. >> not men. here's how it works, list hobbies and interests. select all that apply. sports, rugby. why don't they have cricket on here? >> reporter: and attend a posted event or create your own. basically a group mandate. mine is drinking beer at yes old kings head pub in santa monica.
>> we were cognizant from the beginning of this thing to make this a manly site. >> and platonic. >> yes. >> it is clearly men in their 30s looking for bromance. >> at this point in life a lot of my friends are married, having kids and nobody wants to do anything anymore that is even remotely fun. >> >> reporter: here we are bonding over beer and bar snacks. "the hangover" is more profound than i dared believe. >> six months ago when doug introduced me to you guys i thought, wait a second, can it be and now i know for sure i just added two more guys to my wolfpack. >> reporter: i'm building my own pack. rob, john, dave and i are meeting for deep fried mars bars. you wouldn't get it. it is an inside joke between bros. i'm nick watt for "nightline," [ howling ] >> santa monica.
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vagisil. your intimate health experts. our first story in the mix is going to end up in a 20/20 investigation. >> you are all fired up. >> i'm going to explain. watch the video. i'm going to try to explain. look at the screen and see what happens. this is a wave that hits the boat. it is out in california. watch on the left side of the screen it appears oopsy-daisy. there she goes. looks like a man overboard. we're told this is intentional. what you have is a man mark healey, a pro surfer and free diver and part time hollywood stuntman. the boat was getting knocked around by the waves. he didn't want to stay on the boat and get knocked around. so he jumped. is that the best thing to do? also if you notice whoever is taking the video is apparently in a boat or something nearby that's not getting blown around. was this staged or -- it is the
perfect shot. it is dramatic video and he is braver man than i would be for doing what he did but i have more questions. >> little too perfect of a set up there. so they say if you have it, flaunt it. >> that's what they say. >> if you don't got it, flaunt it too. according to this calendar. check this out. these are residents of an assisted living facility in ohio. this is lovely miss february, dottie 87 years old. >> miss february. >> yes, miss february. >> oh, wow. >> this lovely lady 98 years old, flaunting it in the gym. showing the workout skills. they are raising money for charity to buy shoes for children in their community in ohio. one more to show you here, december, sylvia and richard, happy couple here. merry christmas. look at what santa left under the tree for you. >> that's cool. i wonder what they had to do to convince them to disrobe. >> i don't think much. they said it felt good to feel young again. >> there you go. >> it is good and it is for charity.
a video. let's go ahead and put the video and sound up. see if you recognize this song ♪ this is what we listen to while eating through those matzo pieces ♪ ♪ we worked hard but pray to god and he freed us all so get ready ♪ >> that was my favorite line. they are doing a parody of "up town funk." this is their own jewish version. the jewish a cappella group. they did a hanukkah-themed parody with "shake it off." you might recognize them. this is funny. some of the lyrics are hilarious but they had a good time. >> i'm dancing with them. that's awesome. i want to get to the next story because i'm a big brunch fan. these days they are putting just about anything in a bloody mary. bacon, shrimp, and check it out. a slice of cold pizza. they are selling it in ohio. college days bloody mary. i call it the perfect hangover remedy. >> you have a lot of hangovers,
this m this morning on "world news now," fighting back. with protests now growing the governor of indiana explaining the new law that may allow for discrimination. we'll have an exclusive interview just ahead. swallowed by fire. dramatic video showing a veteran firefighter fall through the roof of a burning home. how he managed to make it out alive. what in the world is he thinking? tom brady taking a death-defying leap off a monster cliff. compared to, you know, facing down blitzing linebackers this is no big deal, right? so why is there so much outrage over this leap? two high-powered talent team up to bring down the house. madonna and taylor swift at last night's "iheart radio music awards" and t swizzle earns a special honor.
it is in "the skinny" on this monday, march 30th. ♪ >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. i'm marci gonzalez. >> that's marci. so good to have marci with us. >> so great to be here and to finally meet you in person. >> that's something. i have been here six months and so used to talking to you in the snow or something crazy going on. >> they let me come inside for once, thaw out a little bit. >> good to have you here. >> thank you. we will chat more with marci throughout the morning. i'm t.j. holmes. good to have you here. we begin with the fallout over a new indiana law. it is called the religious freedom act but critics say it discriminates against gays instead. >> some protesters are taking to the streets and social media. others say the law could hit indiana in the pocketbook. abc's gio benitez explains it all. >> reporter: with a firestorm brewing over indiana's new religious freedom act, the man
in the middle governor mike pence coming forward to defend the law in an interview with our own george stephanopoulos. >> we're not going to change the law, okay but if the general assembly in indiana sends me a bill that adds a section and clarifies what the law really is, then i'm open to that. >> pence arguing similar laws are on the books in other states. critics say the indiana version gives businesses a license to discriminate, allow them to refuse services to gay couples for religious reasons. a point george asked the governor about repeatedly on abc's "this week." >> do you think it should be legal in the state of indiana to discriminate against gays or lesbians? >> george -- >> it's a yes or no question. >> hoosiers don't believe in discrimination. this is about protecting the religious liberty of every hoosier of every faith. >> yes or no, should it be legal to discriminate against gays or lesbian? >> george, you are following the
mantra of the last week on-line. you are trying to make this issue about something else. >> one fix people talked about is simply adding sexual orientation as a protected class under the state's civil rights laws. will you push for that? >> i will not push for that. >> reporter: some big names are joining protesters on social media from miley cyrus to hillary clinton. sad this new indiana law can happen in america today. apple chief tim cook saying, we are deeply disappointed. former nba star charles barkley calling for the ncaa to pull this week's final four tournament out of indiana. both sides of this debate showing no signs of backing down. gio benitez, abc news, indianapolis. >> turn to the latest on the germanwing's pilot believed to have deliberately crashed that plane. new pictures of andreas lubitz doing what apparently what he loved to do, fly. here he is soaring through the air on a glider. new details about his medical condition as well. new reports say lubitz was
severely depressed, had medication for a psychosomatic illness and sought treatment for a vision issue. that's a possible career-ending condition. pope francis remembered victims of the crash during his palm sunday mass. 70,000 people were at st. peters square. it starts holy week which will be busy for francis. on friday, he will preside over a service at the coliseum in rome and another big mass next sunday. of course that's easter. dramatic images of a veteran firefighter hurt in the line of duty. you can see the man standing on the roof of a house in fresno, california, when he suddenly falls through. he is then swallowed by the roaring fire. the firefighter then fortunately is brought out by fire crews and good samaritans in just a few minutes and he suffered burns on 70% of his body. more than half of those were third degree. in boston, a decorated police officer who was shot on the job friday night we're told is doing well after surgery. police say officer moynihan and
his partner stopped a car while following up on reports of shots fired. a man in the car shot him just below his eye. the bullet lodging below his right ear. doctors removed the bullet on sunday. his condition is listed as stable and improving. turn to the explosion and fire that brought down three new york city buildings. investigators are trying to determine if a gas line was deliberately compromised. closure for relatives as crews recovered the bodies of two young victims from the site. more now from abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: searchers and dogs sifting through the wreckage of a massive gas explosion. finding the bodies of two victims. the family of one of them, 23-year-old nicholas figueroa at the ground floor sushi restaurant when the blast occurred confirming he was recovered. medical examiners trying to determine if the other is 26-year-old moises lucon, a waiter at the restaurant. city officials tell abc news
it's growing increasingly likely the blast caught on camera, was the result of criminal activity. investigators now pursuing reports from tenants who say in the hours before the explosion they were told if they smelled gas not to call 911 or con-ed but to let the landlord know. prosecutors say that could be an indication the building's owner knew the gas piping wasn't up to code. >> there's certainly a possibility of impropriety. until we get to the site we can't determine the next steps. >> reporter: the landlord and his general contractor who suffered burns, being questioned by authorities. the debris is being put in to containers that are being taken to an undisclosed secure location, in case investigators want to search through it for evidence. linzie janis, abc news, new york. prosecutors in the boston marathon bombing trial of dzhokhar tsarnaev could rest their case as early as today. medical examiners, who can describe the wounds of two of
the people killed in the attack, are expected to be the final witnesses called by prosecutors. then it will be the defense's turn. their case is expected to be brief on account of their earlier admission that tsarnaev was involved in the attack. the fiance of former new england patriots player aaron hernandez will be on the stand in his murder trial. >> she began her testimony last friday when she appeared reluctant and cautious and the questions won't get easier for her today. >> reporter: a pivotal moment in the aaron hernandez murder trial. the former new england patriot star's fiance on the stand to face the toughest questions yet. >> the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god. >> yes. >> before the court recessed for the weekend, jenkins testified for more than four hours, denying that hernandez had anything to do with the shooting death of his friend odin lloyd two years ago. >> i asked him if he did it and he said no. that was the extent of our conversation.
>> reporter: the 25-year-old admitting her fiance appeared drunk the day he was shot to death and he asked her to withdraw money to give to one of the co-defendants in the case. >> he told me to meet up with bo and give him money. >> prosecutors are trying to put pieces of the puzzle together. >> reporter: one of the biggest pieces, what happened to the missing murder weapon believed to be a .45 glock? prosecutors believe jenkins may know. alleging it was in a box inside of this garage bag, jenkins is seen carrying out of hernandez's home the day after lloyd's death. >> the defendant called you and said it is important to go down and get this box and get rid of it, is that right? >> i believe so. >> reporter: that stunning admission happening with the jury not in the room. just as they were about to hear her testify about the box and possibly its contents, court adjourned. the dramatic day of testimony ending in a cliff hanger. jenkins has been granted immunity in exchange for her
testimony. prosecutors have said they believe she lied to a grand jury investigating the murder hernandez is accused of. let's turn to space where astronaut terry -- not only commander of the international space station is the chief videographer as well. here's some evidence. you see the video he took in? that is pretty cool. what you are seeing is a vine video. it shows powerful night time thunderstorms over central africa. you are seeing the lightning flash as the spacecraft flies by. he has been posting vine videos since he arrived at the international space station in november. he returns home in may. that's a shot you don't get to see every day. >> pretty cool. >> it is kind of cool. we will look at the monday weather now. a cold front moving across the east coast, bringing rain, a few snow showers. it's spring, right? northwest will see showers later today with snow in the mountains. still dry in california. >> warm and pleasant in the center of the country with highs in the 60s to 80s. the northeast will see a warming trend with highs in the 40s and
50s. all right. wheelies, flips, smash 'em ups. people go to these shows to see that in particular. but monster truck shows, if you know what we are talking about here. they were treated to a side show, some moves they weren't expecting. >> a stadium worker in syracuse, new york, put some jam in this month's monster jam. during a break in the action he decided to shake it off to tay taylor swift's mega hit while tending to the grounds. >> he was revved up by the song. he abandoned his equipment and went nuts and the crowd clearly loved it. oh, there it is. you can hear them. they are having a good time. >> is he the only one is hearing the music? i'm not hearing it. it doesn't seem to be any rhythm there. >> he has his own beat. >> whatever makes him happy. we have the real taylor swift coming up in "the skinny." her huge night at the iheart radio awards, coming away with top honors and madonna. and first tom brady is
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all right. how many stories start off like this? it was just a harmless post on facebook. this time it was new england patriots quarterback tom brady. shared a little vacation video with his 3 million followers. >> but it's what he did in that video has fans screaming that brady went too far out of bounds. here's abc's sara haines. >> reporter: watch how quarterback tom brady answers his supermodel wife giselle with this death-defying dive. watch again as the nfl's most valuable player jumps off an estimated 40-foot cliff while on vacation in costa rica. the qb living to tell the tale on facebook. sharing video of the plunge with his 3.2 million followers on saturday.
overnight, the clip sending pats fans in to a frenzy on social media. tweeting, oh, no, no, no, tom. tell me they used a stunt double. others speaking up for the family man saying he's just living his life. leave the guy alone. but coach belichick and the new england patriots may not see it that way. >> if tom brady got hurt and it was a career-ending injury you could bet the team would try to recover some of that money. >> touchdown tom isn't the only athlete obliged to behave well. >> all pro athletes sign contracts that basically say you shouldn't do anything stupid. >> reporter: fellow quarterback drew brees poked fun at his own deal last year in this motorcycle ad. >> my football contract forbids me from riding motorcycles. i'm retiring. >> reporter: the patriots decline to comment on the stunt but with off-season training approaching, surely they would rather see their quarterback stick to playing in the sand with his three kids.
and don't worry, new englanders, tom said it himself, never doing that again, #air brady. ♪ >> reporter: sara haines, abc news, new york. >> you know, if you are going to do something like that, why post the video? he had to know people were going to freak out. >> i don't know. they edited the video. there was music in there. they gave it thought. it wasn't a quick post. i mean the guy's on vacation with his kids. i get it, he is worth a lot of money and people are football crazed. come on, we do this on vacation. >> what's what one of the sports writer -- cannon ball, looks like fun, i guess but you have to limit the social media action, people. coming up next, justin timberlake pulls a kanye west at the iheart radio awards. >> that could mean a lot of things actually. and the group that reunited for one song over the weekend. "the skinny" is up next.
couldn't resist hamming it up for the spotlight at the iheart radio awards pulling a kanye west. going up there, pretending to accept taylor swift's award for best lyrics. not as bad as a full-on kanye and it was a working night for taylor swift, accompanying none other than the material girl herself. ♪ >> swift won big last night taking home song of the year, artist of the year, best lyrics. timberlake won the iheart radio innovator award giving an inspiring speech to young people. quoting steve jobs saying stay hungry and stay foolish. >> i like it. satisfying a hunger for classic '90s girl bands a surprise this weekend played out in vegas. >> first time we have seen this in two years, destiny's child reunited on the stage.
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different. >> different is good. so don't fit in. don't sit still. don't ever try to be less than what you are. and when someone tells you you are different, smile and hold your head up high and be proud. >> reporter: which is why she and husband brad pitt have embraced their daughter's request to be called john. tell ing "vanity fair" in 2007 2010 interview, she wants to be a boy. so we had to cut her hair. she likes to wear boy's everything. jolie explained she's always felt different and out of place. last week, publishing a confession in the "new york times" about her decision to have a preventative surgery after doctors discovered she tested positive for signs of early ovarian cancer, the type of cancer that killed her mother in 2007. jolie wrote i will not be able to have anymore children but i feel at ease with whatever will come. jolie, who lost her aunt and
grandmother to cancer also underwent a preventative double mastectomy two years ago. however, this latest surgery less complex but still trying on the actress' body. >> it is generally low risk but not zero risk. with the removal of the ovaries and the entire fallopian tube there's immediate menopause. >> as always, jolie appears poised and still a little mischievous. >> cause a little trouble. it is good for you. >> reporter: paula faris, abc news, new york. >> cause a little trouble. >> great to see she can be a role model for so many different age groups. to see her kids so excited for her to win that award. great of her to show up. >> she is a huge international star. go have fun with kids. great to see her. >> yeah. it was good. a lot of fun. don't miss our updates on wnnfans.com. >> marci and i aren't going anywhere. more news right here on abc. stay with us. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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