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good morning, america. breaking overnight, flood emergency. the south hammered by storms again. >> we're in trouble. >> streets turning into rivers. dozens of water rescues as crews work around the clock. tornadoes touching down and rivers still rising. thousands forced to evacuate, with more dangerous flooding taking aim. secrets exposed. the former speaker of the house indicted. charged with bank fraud and lying to the fbi. accused of promising to pay millions in hush money to hide a dark past. what was he trying to cover up? up in the air. look who's back. harrison ford. taking flight for the first time since surviving that plane crash. his recovery. why he's flying solo once more. ♪ maybe we found love right where we are ♪
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international superstar ed sheeran here live, thinking out loud for the first time ever here on "gma." he kicks off our most epic party in the park yet. are you ready? >> this is going to be one epic party in the park. and good morning, america. happy friday. look how happy they are in central park right now. lining up all night long for ed sheeran. we'll be out there all morning as well. look at them. cannot wait to hear it. >> standing room only. sold out. you at home have the best seat in the house. we'll get out there later. right now, the severe weather. the south under siege by the relentless storms. more flash flooding overnight. evacuations under way right now. dozens of people being rescued
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from the fast-rising water. matt gutman starts us off in richmond, texas. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. we are in another flash flood warning. and we just got dumped on again with more rain. i'm standing in somebody's backyard. about 50 yards that way is the brazos river overflowing. across texas, rivers reservoirs can't contain all of this water. this morning, flood emergency. oklahoma, texas, and kansas getting hammered overnight by more rain and hail. inches of rain submerging cars in dallas. the water catching motorists offguard. 911 calls inundating police last night. >> three water rescues all in a very narrow area. >> we have two more trapped in high water. people standing on top of a car. >> reporter: outside oklahoma city, streets nearly impassable. rescuers working round the clock, pulling off rescue after rescue.
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watch this video. the water rising so fast in dallas even first responders needing rescued. this police officer airlifted from his cruiser. near dallas a flurry of lightning bolts illuminating the sky. in kansas, this tornado. since sunday, 91 reported tornadoes. across the plains. in texas alone, 29 reported. and the death toll here rising to 20. seven still missing along the blanco river in texas. which, you can see barging through the doors of sara's vacation rental this week. there with her family, she shot this cell phone video. the water rising, and with it, the fear. >> should we call 911? >> we're okay. 911 is not going to be able to get to us. we're okay, all right? >> reporter: she told her story to our affiliate. >> i freaked out and panicked a lot. they kept trying to calm me down. my main concern was getting
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trapped in that house with my daughter in there. >> reporter: the river which you may see just beyond the hedge of trees isn't supposed to crest until this weekend. it will get two feet higher. perhaps that's what is so daunting after following these floods for a week. all of those deaths. the worth may yet be the come, robin. >> that's right, matt. we go to ginger. more on the severe storms and record rain to come, ginger. >> the worst is not over yet. we're not yet done with the record-breaking may rainfall. up to five inches of rain in just four hours overnight around dallas. that's why you saw scenes like this playing out everywhere. it's not just dallas, though. it's happening from eastern kansas down through oklahoma, to corpus christi this morning. just as matt said, closing in on houston. flash flood warnings in pockets. it's happening now, it's dangerous now. flash flood watches, just spread across the plains. another two to three inches through sunday. shreveport down to houston. another bit, cincinnati to memphis.
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a severe weather pocket in west texas. hail, damaging wind, and yes, more tornado possibilities. now the shocking indictment. former house speaker dennis hastert charged with trying to lie to the fbi and hiding secret payments. apparently to cover up misconduct in his past when he was a high school teacher and wrestling coach. jon karl has the story. >> reporter: the indictment alleges he had a dark secret in his distant past and he was willing to pay millions to keep it a secret. dennis hastert was once the most powerful man in congress. now he stands accused of a dark past before his career in politics. federal prosecutors charged the 73-year-old with bank fraud and lying to the fbi in connection to a promise he made to pay an unidentified person $3.5 million in hush money. prosecutors say he started making the payments five years ago. to quote compensate and conceal his prior misconduct.
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it's quite a fall for the man who was chosen speaker of the house because he had a reputation as being mr. clean. >> it's popular these days to ask political figures what mistakes they have made. where they failed. as a former history teacher, i know such analysis is best tempered by time and reflection. and that is probably best left to others. >> reporter: the indictment doesn't say what he was trying to cover up or who he was paying. but it points to his time as a high school teacher and wrestling coach in yorkville, illinois. and notes the unnamed person has known hastert for most of his or her life. the indictment accuses him of structuring withdrawals from his bank accounts to avoid being detected. taking out just under $10,000 in 100 separate transactions. when asked about it, he told the fbi, yeah, i kept the cash. that's what i'm doing. his former constituents are surprised by the news. >> you're prideful of people
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that are coming from your community and trying to make a difference in illinois. it's just disappointing. >> reporter: no word from dennis hastert this morning or from his legal team. he's reportedly stepped down from his job at a powerful washington, d.c., lobbying firm. that firm removed his bio from the website. >> we don't know what conduct he was trying to cover up. >> reporter: that is a complete mystery. no indication whatsoever. in that indictment it says his time as a wrestling coach and a high school teacher back in yorkville, illinois, way back when is material to this. apparently it's something he did back when he was a high school teacher. >> you'll have more on sunday, "this week." to trouble in the skies. pilots on four commercial planes saying they were targeted by lasers flying over new york last night. police are searching for a suspect and abc's david kerley is at reagan national with that story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this happened between 9:30 and
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10:00 last night. it's one of the most dangerous parts of flight. just after takeoff, the pilots are climbing and they're hit by lasers. >> i thought it was just a rogue laser. but they were definitely aiming for us a couple of times. because we saw it a couple of times in the cockpit. >> reporter: jetliners climbing out of jfk thursday hit by lasers. not just one. the warning went out. >> i have two aircrafts right over where you are got struck by a green laser. american 185, if you see a green laser, be careful. might be in your vicinity right now. >> reporter: within seconds, that airbus 321 hit, too. >> american 185, we just had a laser strike. left side. >> reporter: all four jets hit reported seeing the laser coming from an area on long island, believed to be this state park. where authorities responded but did not report an arrest. but for the evening, the dangerous game was over. the faa is telling us there were no injuries. the american flight landed in los angeles without problems.
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this is a serious issue for the feds, george. it's a five-year prison sentence if they catch anybody using a laser. and hitting one of these jetliners, george. >> they have to crack down, thank you, david. the massive manhunt. police looking for a suspect in the shooting of an officer. during a 50-mile chase from oklahoma to kansas. the man got away after stealing a car, shooting the driver. linzie janis is here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, george. police have taken that third suspect into custody after a near 12 hour manhasn't. finding him inside a house in the town of liberty, kansas. this morning a manhunt ending in a cloud of tear gas. police surrounding 30-year-old man who was holed up in a kansas farmhouse. a s.w.a.t. team finding him in a closet. >> some other units may be in pursuant. >> arrested for a advocated
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assault after an suv led police on a 50-mile chase. the pursuit outside of oklahoma thursday night. police officers pulling over a vehicle with two men and a woman inside. when officials say the car sped off. fleeing north into kansas. with the cop cars racing after them the suspects opening fire shooting at an officer. his vehicle rolling off the road. >> we have got one patrol car that i can see up side down. we have got an officer out there working on him right now. >> reporter: the suspects abandoning the suv and officials finding the body armor inside. >> they have two in custody and one still on foot. >> police arresting 23-year-old see czar rios and garcia able to escape after car jacking another vehicle. >> reporter: the driver of the vehicle is okay and the officer
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who was injured when his car rolled over was airlifted to the hospital but expected to be okay. again, three suspects in custody after an intense manhunt overnight. robin. >> now to the trial inside a mind of a mass murderer. for the first time jurors hearing from james holmes and his own words. and hearing bombshell testimony from the psychiatrist who spent more than 20 hours with him. clayton sandell has that story. >> what's the first thing i need to know about james holmes? >> i'm kind of shy, i guess. >> reporter: for the first time, jurors are hearing the admitted theater shooter tell a psychiatrist he has regrets. >> what brings tears to your eyes sometimes? >> just regrets. >> about? >> the shooting. >> reporter: this video taken during a court-ordered exam to determine if holmes was legally insane when he shot into the
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packed showing of "the dark knight rises" three years ago. 12 died. 70 more hurt. >> do you remember the day you were arrested? >> july 20, 2012. >> reporter: in an interview two years later, william read asks about his family. >> how would you describe your family? >> um, typical suburban family. well rounded. >> reporter: they would talk for 22 hours. the psychiatrist concluding that night, holmes may have been mentally ill, but he knew right from wrong and what he was doing. >> is it your opinion that the defendant met the definition of legal sanity? >> yes. >> reporter: that could be a huge blow to his insanity defense. this week, his lawyers have been highlighting passages like this one he wrote in a notebook before the shooting. his self-diagnosis of a broken mind, listing a dozen symptoms, including schizophrenia. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news.
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>> our thanks to clayton. amy has the other top stories. starting with a big election today. that many are watching. >> it's a presidential election. not for a head of state. for the head of the world's most popular sport, now facing a massive corruption scandal. despite protests and calls for resignation, the head of world soccer, sepp blatter, is expected to win reelection today even though the top officials in his organization are being charged in a $150 million bribery case. he insists only a few members of the organization are tied to the alleged corruption. well, a shocking double murder in baltimore as the city faces a surge of violence following last month's riots. a woman and her young son were found shot in their home. 38 people have been murdered in the city this month. the deadliest in two decades. there has been a sharp drop in arrests since the death of freddie gray in police custody last month. a big scare in a north carolina neighborhood after an explosive device planted on a
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man's suv went off. he had driven about a mile when that device exploded. he managed to avoid getting hurt. several nearby homes were evacuated as a precaution. no arrests and no motive reported so far. those southern california beaches shut down after oily tar washed ashore could reopen as early as this afternoon. the cleanup could last another week. so far, no additional tar has washed up on the beaches. the source remains a mystery. well, dramatic new time-lapse video shows the moment a volcano erupted on a small island in southern japan today. ash climbing five miles into the air. forcing the island's residents to evacuate. one witness called the force of the eruption incredible. remarkably, no major damage reported. and finally, one remarkable couple's remarkable anniversary gift. richard and mary arambula just celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary.
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they were married when he was 17 and she was 16. their granddaughter began to write to celebrities a year in advance asking them to send their best wishes to her grandparents. you won't believe who responded. the vatican sent a blessing. from pope francis. the white house sent a letter signed by the president and first lady. bill clinton, billy crystal, george clooney all sent hand-written notes. along with dozens other dignitaries and actors. we do have what we think might be the best response from tommy chong. he wrote, congratulations on being together 70 years and not killing each other. >> kind of a true statement. but congratulations. >> this is a happy friday. >> and let us all say happy anniversary to them. that's great. now to a different kind of letter. kids from all across the country competing at the spelling bee last night. and it came down to just two. and they were both so good, they
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couldn't pick just one winner. t.j. holmes is here with the story. good morning, t.j. >> lara, they ran out of words last night. how you going to run out of words at the national spelling bee? that's what happens when you throw words like -- pipsessowa. conolisomo and spragaful as your two finalists. and they say, bring it on. the word -- vanya. >> may i please have the definition? >> reporter: sure. vanya, a winner. >> are there alternate pronunciations? >> reporter: in fact, there are. gokul. he's a winner, too. >> what? >> congratulations. >> reporter: that's right. for the second year in a row, we have two champs. 13-year-old vanya shivashankar of kansas and 14-year-old and gokul venkatachalam. beating out 285 competitors from around the world. can you spell extraordinary. the road to the finals paved with perseverance.
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tried and true techniques. disappointing dings. and incredible wit. >> may i have an easy word please? >> reporter: but in the end, it was down to two, vanya and gokul. both in their last year of eligibility going word -- >> t-e. >> correct. >> reporter: for word. >> n-u-n-a-t-a-k. nunatak. >> correct. >> reporter: the word warriors defeating the dictionary for a second straight tie atop the spelling heap. >> everything takes work and passion. that's definitely what i put that in. i know gokul did, too. >> i'm happy to have success. >> the young lady, her sister won it five years ago. so they -- that family has been at the national spelling bee for ten years straight for one of their kids. now both of them split $37,000 in cash and prizes. the boy there, he knew the word. he said, i didn't want to waste everybody's time. i knew it when i heard it.
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love it. >> and dropped the mike. >> and that was the contest. yes. >> thank you, t.j. >> you got it. ginger, we saw the damage down south. the northeast has a lot of storm damage, too. >> of the almost 150 severe reports, we were spelling out flooding here, too. toms river, new jersey. exactly what was happening. look at this. the flooding, three inches or so. some of the reports were coming in. you saw cars also blasting through the water. remember, it doesn't matter if you're in texas or not. you cannot go into flooding waters. turn around don't drown. that's the whole rule. then we have trees down in this picture from maine. a quieter day for us here in the northeast today.
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>> morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area microclimate forecast. check out low clouds pulling back to the coast and replaced by high clouds and boomer weather around the bay and inland and warmth sliding on sunday and monday we have a chance of drizzle in the morning commute temperatures today from 59 at half moon bay to upper 60's to low 70s an the pay and mid-to-upper 70s inland but the east bay is low-to-mid 80's. the seven-day forecast shows warmest tomorrow and a little breezy and cooler >> boston made it to 86 just yesterday. look, at that snow pile that we had rob and gio and everybody on. that is ugly now. >> it's going to take longer for that to go away. >> imagine. >> no, no, no. don't want to. thank you, ginger. >> nice check in on that snow
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good morning, america. right now, the south on alert again this morning. more severe storms moving in. as people are forced from their homes by that fast-rising water. also right now, federal investigators searching for the person who aimed a laser at four commercial jets flying over new york last night. and new details in the mansion murder. police removing new evidence from the crime scene overnight. >> good morning america, on this friday morning. we're so excited. ed sheeran is coming to central park. first time ever. ♪ he'll put on a show. >> he will indeed, george. the crowd, they're a little pumped up. oh, look at that. had to sell tickets. not sell tickets. tickets were available online. we didn't sell them. but sold out. >> people all night long waiting. >> lining up since 3:00 a.m.
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he'll sing live. we're celebrating our big world cup sendoff. that's team usa. the u.s. women's national soccer team. they're on a ferry from new jersey. going to join us in the park. >> they're on the "gma" concert bus. joining them as well. they come up for a party in the park. >> all that is ahead. but first, we want to get to serious new developments in the mansion murder. police are still searching for clues this morning. and now there are questions about the worker who delivered that $40,000 to the home. and what he told police. ryan smith has the story. >> reporter: overnight, police poring over the home where those four brutal murders took place in an upscale d.c. neighborhood. towing cars from the crime scene. in search of any clues to aid the investigation. this morning, learning more about the $40,000 in cash delivered to the home before it was set ablaze. with savvas savopoulos, wife
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amy, son philip, and housekeeper vera figueroa inside. according to a criminal complaint, am employee who worked as a driver, handling daily assignments, known as w-1. made the money drop. w-1 initially told police he called him to deliver the package the day of the fire. but later said savapoulos sent those instructions by text the day before. and police say and w-1 admitted he lied when he told police the car where the money was to be dropped was locked. w-1 has not been arrested. and not charged with any crime. >> that will be the real focus. are the statements willful? a mistake? or did he just plain not understand the questions? >> reporter: while police hunt for accomplices. this morning 34-year-old daron wint is the only person charged in connection with the murders. an attorney who represented him
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in the past said the man he knows is not capable of this kind of crime. >> he's intelligent. perceptive. he's got street sense. he's not a street thug by any means. >> reporter: as the surviving family members preparing to lay them to rest this week. savvas said to be from one of the islands that makes him of the greek orthodox religion. the family showing a husband active in the community. a wife remembered for her huge heart and a 10-year-old dreaming of becoming a race car driver. george. the latest on "saved by the bell" star dustin diamond. on trial for stabbing a man in a bar fight. on christmas day. his victim was on the stand thursday with dramatic testimony. abc's reena ninan has the story. >> i opened my black coat and, there's blood all over the beige sweater. >> reporter: prosecutors presenting blood-stained clothing worn by 25-year-old casey smet, who says he was
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stabbed by dustin diamond in a bar fight last christmas. >> a scuffle broke out. somehow me and mr. diamond became locked into a fight. >> do you know how deep it is? >> reporter: a video shows smet in his home after the brawl. he told police he didn't immediately realize he was hurt. >> she said enough with the [ bleep ] pictures. >> reporter: members from the victim's family testify the brawl broke out when his fiance confronted people about taking pictures of the actor. grabbing one of them. >> i said let go a few times. >> and then what happened? >> she didn't, and i punched her in the face. >> reporter: diamonds lawyers say he was trying to protect his fiancee when he accidentally stabbed smet but prosecutors say diamond initially claimed he was holding a pen, not a knife during the scuffle. but changed his story. >> he seemed alarmed.
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>> at that point, did he change his story? >> he was then conceding he had a knife. >> reporter: the actor is expected to take the stand later this morning. if convicted, diamond could face up to ten years in prison. he's pleaded not guilty. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. now to harrison ford, back in the air for the first time since crashing his plane on the golf course. the actor behind the controls of a helicopter. cecilia vega has the story. >> reporter: overnight, harrison ford back in the sky. >> that's mr. harrison ford. >> reporter: the 72-year-old seen at the airport driving a golf cart and returning to his beloved number one hobby, flying. copiloting this bell 307 helicopter less than three months after he survived a small plane accident. >> immediate return. >> reporter: crashing his world war ii era plane onto a golf
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course last march. both engines failing over a busy residential neighborhood. with golfers running to his aid until crews arrived at the scene. on thursday, ford experiencing smooth skies and an easy landing. "people" magazine reporting he was in the air for a couple of hours and though he walked with a slight limp, a source telling the magazine he seemed very excited about flying again. >> nice landing. >> thanks. >> reporter: the action star known for his daredevil scenes. >> get off my plane. >> reporter: showing he's still fearless in real life. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, new york. >> happy to know he's doing as well as he is. more on the flooding. and the storms in texas. ginger couldn't wait, she made her way to central park. >> yes, i made it to central park and ed sheeran was just warming up. this crowd going nuts. where y'all from. >> mississippi. >> from all over.
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look, this is my new friend sal he's from brooklyn. he's off of school today, right? >> yes. >> i don't know if everybody is but we sure are excited about it. we have got a beautiful morning in new york city. but not the same in texas. let's start in austin. i know we talked a lot about dallas overnight. austin also in the storms. almost the whole state of texas getting that overnight bow of storms that came on through. some of the pockets of flash flooding. emergencies this morning happening and many water rescues and the lightning that comes along with it, you can see from the colony, texas, that video spectacular. also super dangerous. much more this weekend. >> morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco and it looks and feels more like spring today from mid-50s at the coast and mid-80's inland and my seven-day forecast shows slightly warmer tomorrow and a cooler trend on sunday with drizzle on monday
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at hilton.com. we're back now with backseat dangers. in the headlines because of a number of high-profile crashes, including the famed mathematician john nash. too many people not buckling up in the backseat. many states don't require it. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: it can happen at any moment.
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back now with backseat dangerous in the headlines because of a number of high profile crashes. too many people not buckling up in the backseat. many stooets states don't require it. abc has the story. >> reporter: it could happen at any moment. riding in the backseat of a taxi or car service when suddenly. disaster. like this family not seriously injured injured. >> 22 states don't require adult passengers in the backseat to wear a seatbelt. a 2014 survey finds in the streets of new york city, 62% of taxi riders don't buckle up. >> people just have the mind set that they're somehow safer in a cab, that's not true. you're just as vulnerable. the mathematician died saturday along with his wife in the back
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of a taxi on the new jersey turnpike. neither were wearing seatbelts. about half of all traffic deaths involve people not wearing seatbelts. the unbuckled woman tossed and slamming her head hard. the buckled woman on the right. clearly in pain but her seatbelt preventing a more serious injure. experts tell abc news it's the transportation services responsibility to have a properly inspected vehicle with working seatbelts but ultimately the passengers responseibility to wear the seatbelt. while you may hate buckling up for quick trips -- they may just save your life. for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> if that doesn't convince you to buckle up, i don't know what will. >> we all do it now. >> absolutely. coming up on "gma," the holograms that could become a billion-dollar business. where they may be appearing next.
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and this man to multiple campaign rallies at the same time. who won the election by the way? ♪ do you remember ♪ >> reporter: now, living artists like earth, wind, & fire, have expressed interest in hologram concerts. so the rolling stones might finally stop touring. there's a lawsuit. >> another company infringing on our patent, we have just sued them to stop stealing what we do. >> reporter: the other party, john texter, from a company called pulse, says the basis of the technology is in the public domain. meanwhile, hologram usa says this summer they're bringing ray charles back to the stage. he died 11 years ago. george and robin, this technology could improve the quality of your lives. right now, you guys could be at home. and just your holograms are in times square.
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napa kicks off the third annual bottle walk event. it features snoop dogg and has been reworked following last year's napa quake. weather temperatures in the upper 70s with high clouds an sunshine. cooler with more clouds. about 72 sunday. opens at noon. closes at 10:00. temperature, 59 at half moon to 85 at antioch. more reminiscent of what we should have this spring and even warmer tomorrow. we still have an accident that's
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good morning, america. school sexting scandal. 20 students charged with trading graphic pictures of their female classmates. inside the explosive investigation. why the high school students could face serious jail time. medical stunner. the size zero story everyone is buzzing about. >> i'm a size zero. and i got liposuction. >> why this woman turned to surgery after trying every other option. experts say it may have been the only solution. shocking "bachelor" breakup. whitney and chris split. after just a few weeks on the farm. and cruel intentions reunion. reese, selma, and sara michelle, why they're back together right now. get ready for ed. >> are you ready to get your party on? >> superstar singer ed sheeran
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live only here as we say -- >> hi, i'm ed sheeran. good morning, america. wake up. ♪ and we do say good morning, america, on this friday morning. you can see, a lot of excitement right now for our huge party in the park. >> all the tickets are gone. people lining up since 3:00 a.m. to make sure they can get a spot. look how crowded it is. on that beautiful morning in central park. everyone wants to hear ed sheeran. and lara is right there, center stage. hey, lara. >> hi, george. as you can see, a lot of excitement here in central park. huge party in the park. i dare say. one of the biggest i have ever seen. so many people waking up early to get here. a massive turnout all for the electrifying, the one and only, ed sheeran. here he comes, everybody. ed sheeran! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> hi. so nice to meet you. ed is hitting our stage for the very first time. so looking forward to hearing all of his hits. the album, "multiply." and i don't know if you noticed, these lovely ladies joining us this morning. they're just the women's national soccer team. here this morning, joining us to sing, to dance with ed. just before they head to the world cup. cannot wait. george, robin, amy, ginger, everybody, get down here. >> we will be out there, soon. a lot coming up. right now, let's go the amy with the morning rundown. the big story this morning. the new images coming in from texas. homeowners and even this police officer getting stranded in flood waters this morning. airlifted to safety after more rain overnight. another five inches in the dallas area submerging cars and
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to a school sexting scandal. 20 teen boys accused of using their phones to share photos of naked girls and some of those girls may be in trouble as well. abc has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a small new jersey town rocked by a school sexting scandal. 20 male students, 19 juveniles and 1 adult from lower cape may regional high and teitelmann middle school have been criminally charged with invasion of privacy for trading pictures of nude underage female classmates. police seizing 27 cell phones. on them, images of partially nude or nude girls. a mother of one of the charged boys, who didn't want to be identified, said the boys were passing the pictures around like trading cards. >> girls know that the boys trade them. and it's kind of a game that the girls want to be involved in. >> reporter: the superintendent says he's not taking this situation lightly. >> we're doing everything we can to make sure we get the right
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message to kids. that it's harmful for them and besides, it's against the law. >> reporter: many of the students' parents have attorneys. and are cooperating with the investigation. the 18-year-old charged as an adult could face up to five years in state prison if convicted. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> mara, thank you for that. a milestone today. in lower manhattan. the observation deck of one world trade center is opening to to the public with spectacular views of four states. it took nine years and more than $3 billion to build the tower. the tallest in the western hemisphere. reaching the top will cost you $32. and finally, pictures of a marriage proposal have gone viral. not in a good way. that's because this proposal, you can kind of see it there, took place at another couple's wedding. these pictures got more than 2 million views with a lot of negative comments like nice way to upstage the bride and groom, which is one of the nicest comments we can mention on this program.
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but here's the catch. this was the bride's sister. and it was sanctioned by the bride. she encouraged her now fiance -- >> she looks happy there. >> they are all happy. but people were nasty on the internet. >> ooh. >> saying any girl's wedding nightmare. but it was actually a joyous occasion for all. a family celebration. >> nobody was harmed in the filming of this. >> nobody was. congratulations. "pop news" and weather coming up. also our friday "shark tank" battle. who will win over daymond john. let's go to lara in central park with the morning menu. >> hey, george. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." first some medical news. a size zero woman who decided to get liposuction. and a big breakup for chris and whitney. and the cruel intentions reunion. why reese, selma, and sarah michelle are together again? all that and i gotta come over here.
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right now, we want to go back to robin, george, and amy. >> all right, lara, thank you. time now for the "heat index." and this morning's hot button. a size zero woman who got liposuction. her friends thought she was crazy. she says she had a good reason. her story was first told in "harper's bazaar." and juju chang is here with much more. we're fascinated by this. >> we are. turns out meg said that she ate nothing but salad with chicken, worked out five days a week. what makes her so unusual is not that she's a size zero that got lipo but she's shouting it from the workout. she's thin, petite. and works out regularly. 38-year-old meg o'brien had a problem, belly fat. >> i would get my nails done. or to go to pick up my dry cleaning, they would all congratulate me on my baby. which is fine. but i'm not pregnant. i wanted to get rid of the stomach. >> reporter: she gave her tummy a name, gus.
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so when a strict diet and exercise didn't work she called in the big guns. >> i'm a size zero. and i got liposuction. >> reporter: wait, what? a tiny thing like her getting lipo. her friends thought she was nuts. >> when i would say to people, i'm going to have liposuction, and they would say, oh, so you can be a size 00? what are you talking about? >> reporter: as it turns out, she's the perfect candidate for liposuction. >> liposuction is ideal for contouring one's body. that means removing specific areas and pockets of fat. it's not a weight loss procedure. >> reporter: instead of hiding her beauty secret, she announced her decision to go under the knife with dr. mark mani with a movie trailer. ♪ >> reporter: and this movie has a happy ending. the doctor took her extra fat and filled out her cheeks. even sculpted her chin as a bonus. here she is before and after.
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>> i feel better about swimsuit season. i feel better about shopping. more confident in clothes. >> reporter: and she's confident in her decision. >> for the people being negative about it, like what do they -- it's my body. it's my life. what do they care? if they're so upset, then don't have it. >> meg says her surgery cost $35,000. no insurance. she knows lipo for a size 0 sounds extreme. and was prepared for a lot of negativity. she says she's been pleasantly surprised by the support she's getting. the only person who knows if it was truly worth it is the person paying the bill. >> good point. >> wow. >> very interesting. not what i was expecting. >> exactly. >> thank you, juju. good to see you. next up in the heat index. that "bachelor" breakup. chris and whitney calling it quits. just after two months after "the bachelor" finale. and abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: their romance blossoming in front of an audience of millions. >> will you accept this rose? >> reporter: just seven months after this rustic proposal --
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>> will you marry me? >> absolutely. >> reporter: turns out there won't be a happily ever after for iowa-based prince farming chris soules and whitney bischoff. >> in reality, they were never in the same city for very long. they have different lives. that may have proven to be a big strain on the relationship. >> reporter: if you think their story ended fast, you're not wrong. they're not alone. >> will you marry me? >> reporter: jason mesnick famously breaking things off with melissa rycroft. in a live tv special moments after his proposal aired in the season finale. >> you're such a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: remember juan pablo? he didn't propose. just offered these words. >> i like you a lot. >> reporter: but the romance with the shortest running time. brad womack, who didn't pick anyone. in factors after nearly 30 seasons of the show, only 4 couples have made it down the aisle. >> these relationships end a week to six months after the
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show finale airs. >> reporter: whitney recently shared with me the stress of dating post-reality show. >> you know, being in hiding. we had secret weekends they would set up for you. those goodbyes were always really, really tough. >> reporter: all hope is not lost for those hoping to find true love on tv. after 12 years and two kids, the first ever bachelorette trista and hubby ryan sutter are still going strong. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> ah. >> we certainly wish them well on their separate ways. >> we do. george? friday means it's time for "shark tank your life." two budding entrepreneurs getting ready. daymond john from shark tank joins us. i want to get to that in a minute. first, i see that pin right there. you're now an ambassador. >> i am. an ambassador. president obama appointed me presidential ambassador of global entrepreneurship.
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>> so what does that mean? >> that means ago around the world and i try to spread the idea and the concept of entrepreneurship and tell people how to empower themselves with their smartphone. hopefully they can feed their families and become financially free. >> congratulations. great appointment. >> i get to tell all the sharks, call me mr. ambassador. >> the first kid-themed product from janette harwell. come on out. jeannette has a product. hi. everyday objects into toys. take it away. >> hi, shark. my product line, box play for kids, transforms everyday objects into fun toys for kids in seconds. our stickers turn milk cartons into fire trucks. egg cartons into cool pianos. this toilet paper roll gets new life as a shark. recycle and reimagine with box play for kids. >> amazing. amazing. >> that's pretty good, janette.
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let's see what the kids thought at home. >> love this activity. because you get to put stickers on all kinds of boxes. and this is my favorite one. i'm going to give this a thumbs up. >> i have to give this a thumbs up. because it is so creative and so fun to use. and it's just like a real binocular. >> all right. across the board. four thumbs up. now next up, perry kaye. he thinks his product takes kids' artwork to the next level. here comes perry. all yours. >> good morning, sharks. too many people think this is a toy. this is not a toy. this is a toy. this is called the shape shark. you draw a shape and it cuts it out. you pull it right from the page. >> wow. >> whoa. >> draw any shape and it cuts it out. >> cool. >> and if you run it on your skin, it won't cut you. this is a toy. this is the shape shark.
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>> all right. >> i have to know how that works. see how the kids did it. >> once i got the hang of it, it was really fun and easy to do. so i'm going to have to give this product a thumbs up. >> it was hard for me to cut out. so i give this product the thumbs down. >> kind of a mixed one right there. so daymond, now it's your turn. what do you think? >> i don't know. it's really tough. i think janette's idea of turning everyday products into things you can play with, i'm always running out of my rolaids because of heartburn. all right. so i really like that. but you know what? that's kind of like the exacto knife that's safe for kids. the kids really liked yours more. so i'm going to go with -- you, because -- i don't know what kids like. i loved them both. thank you. >> awesome. >> really amazing. >> janette, perry, thank you. >> they are both amazing
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products, really. >> they are. >> i wish you could come on "shark tank" so i don't have to deal with some of those other things. >> you're going to go up on the wall, perry. and our "shark tank" trophy. we got it right here. >> and it's time. there you go. >> yay. thank you, so cool. thank you so much. thank you so much. >> good stuff. >> thank you. >> congratulations to both entrepreneurs. daymond, thank you for coming back again. tune in to "shark tank" tonight. 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. let's go back out to ginger in the park. [ cheers and applause ] look at the crowd. not only do we have u.s. women's soccer coming up but ed sheeran. this is jaya. he sings. ♪ so baby now ♪ >> he'll be my background. keep going while i do the weather. ♪ take me into your lovin' arms ♪ >> you can see the map there. ♪ the light of a thousand stars ♪ >> as we go through the weekend. look at the temperatures in new york city.
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in the 80s and then 60 on monday. thank you. that's the big picture. >> morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area microclimate forecast. check out low clouds pulling back to the coast and replaced by high clouds and boomer weather around the bay and inland and warmth sliding on sunday and monday we have a chance of drizzle in the morning commute temperatures today from 59 at half moon bay to upper 60's to low 70s an the pay and mid-to-upper 70s inland but the east bay is low-to-mid 80's. the seven-day forecast shows warmest tomorrow and a little breezy and cooler >> oh, we cannot wait for you to get out here. ed sheeran, u.s. soccer, all coming up. lara's in the park. we can't wait to join her. and ed sheeran as well. but, so you're going to -- >> for this point, i'll fill in a little here. >> thank you. thank you, sara haines. >> i'll handle the "pop." i have three words. "cruel intentions" reunion.
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this is the ultimate '90s nostalgia. the best girls night out of the year. the stars themselves love it. reese witherspoon, sarah michelle gellar, selma blair all got together to go see -- wait for this. contract cruel intentions, the musical." the trio snapping amazing instagrams at the show that are making the internet go wild, as well as their musical counterparts. also blown away. with the hit. who wouldn't be? thank you all for your incredible intentions. >> nicely done. >> i would do anything to see that musical. >> how do they re-create the pool scene? that's what i want to know. >> very carefully. let's go with that. >> good answer. this is my favorite of all time. it's a big girl crush, too. next time you need a ride, think about the benefits of uber pool. you save money. meet new people. and kristin bell might be there, too. >> no. >> yes. the "frozen" star accidentally ordered a car pool from uber.
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immediately sprung into hilarious life tweet mode. she was unaware of the option. she initially tweeted her driver had to pick someone else up. this should the fun. then it got awkward. no one is talking. the silence is the only thing more awkward than if all of us were talking. then it got musical. breaking news. one of them is singing. take my hand we'll make it i swear. liven on a prayer. you know when google does those holiday things. she picked it because she thought it's like uber's summer version, the pool. and she picked it. >> no. >> can you imagine seeing kristen bell in there? >> kind of a chicken of the sea moment. >> well, not as bad as chicken of the sea. let's not go there. it's kind of charming. i would pay extra for that. kristen, if you want to join me, anytime. get ready to lose yourself in this unbelievable music video trending everywhere. shelby mitchusson performing eminem's grammy award-winning "lose yourself" in sign language.
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she submitted this for a job. to work with american sign language. obviously, she was hired. and the cool part about this, i think, it makes it youthful. you have sign language, which is beautiful in itself. but this makes it hip. she said she loves interpreting music. she's clearly into this. you can tell. she'll bring us more videos, she said. she'll be posting, soon. she got the job. >> she emotes the feeling of the song. she's so good at that. >> it made me want to learn sign language to be able to sing a song like that. >> yes, that's right. and so we should say thank you. thank you, shelby. >> thank you, shelby. that's all we got, though. this song is short. >> thank you, sara. let's go out to lara in the park. >> thank you so much, george. george, here he is. the man of the hour. ed sheeran is a what? six-time grammy nominee. the most streamed artist on spotify last year. a lot of that was me. i'm not going to lie. every time i hear "thinking out loud" i get choked up. he's here for the very first time on "gma." he has the park rocking this morning.
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it's your first time in central park, i understand. >> yeah. i didn't realize it was my first time on "gma" as well. i seemed to have done it before. but yeah, i'm excited to be here. >> we're thrilled to have you. you're singing not one but three of your biggest hits. do you have a favorite to sing? %-p>> uh, out of the three i'm doing, "thinking out loud" is always quite fun. >> i was just reading that song -- it was about your love. and it's so beautiful. and i think everybody when they hear it, hopes that somebody feels that way about them. >> probably one or two. >> yeah. i want to ask you about life right now. 2013, you were opening up for your friend, taylor swift. now you're headlining football stadiums around the u.s. in the midst of a sold-out tour. a guy with a guitar. >> i mean, the most surprising thing to me is it's the u.s. for english people, it's never
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been something that is that achievable. i think the door has been opened of late for english artists. it's very fun. very fun. i enjoy being here. it's a great, great crowd. great crowds. everyone is so passionate and friendly and nice. it's great. >> you guys want to hear ed sing? coming up on "good morning america," ed is going to sing one of his biggest hits. we'll talk a little bit more. here's a clue. don't go anywhere. "gma," ed sheeran. coming up. tt2wút3n@/4 btún!/4 tt2wút3n@/4 "aún1#p tt2wút3n@/4 bmún:(é tt4wút3n@/4 " dzlq b]é tt4wút3n@/4 " enlq 2y<
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good morning. still tracking fog around santa rosa. that will start lifting at around 10:00. temperatures still in the low to mid-50s. drizzle becoming less likely over the next hour or two unless you are right near the coast. two games tonight and hopefully two wins. temperatures at the oh dot kop coand a t&t park starting in the upper 50s and falling to the
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mid-50s. if you are going to napa valle [ cheers and applause ] we are back live here in central park. you are about to hear from ed sheeran. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. >> 4700 people in the park. so we're not going to make you wait a minute longer. here he is from the smash hit album, "multiply." ed sheeran with "don't." ♪
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looking for something to burn ♪ ♪ i gave mer my time for two or three nights and i put it on pause until the moment was right right ♪ ♪ i went away for four months until our paths crossed again ♪ ♪ if you wanted me you should have just said it sing it don't mess with my heart that heart is so cold i don't want to know that babe don't mess with my heart ♪ ♪ i told her she knows take aim and breathe hold a couple weeks we drink away the days with the takeaway pizza fore text messages the way i treat her singing now all over the track ♪ ♪ like a feature everyone wants to see that i don't want you either me and her we make money the same way ♪
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♪ four cities two flaens same day those shows have never been what it's about notice maybe we'll go together and figure out what it's all about ♪ ♪ should have written it down the way things played out he was kissing your mouth i was confused about ♪ ♪ i sat here singing ah la la la, la don't mess with my heart that heart is so cold all over my home i don't want to know that place ♪ ♪ don't mess with my heart i told her she knows take aim and reload i don't want no know that babe ah la la, la, la ♪ ♪ e don't even know if she knows what for she was crying on my shoulder trust is what we do this for ♪ ♪ i never intended to be next up you didn't need to take him to bed i never saw him as a threat ♪ ♪ until you had to have sex we were staying on the same of the
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hotel floor i wasn't looking forward from a commitment but it was never just that i thought you were different ♪ ♪ you realized what you wanted a bit too much to late all this time god knows i'm singing ah la la la la ♪ ♪ don't mess with my heart i don't want to know that babe don't mess with my love i told her she knows ♪ ♪ take aim and reload i don't want to know that babe ah la la la, la ♪ >> oh ed sheeran. i don't think it's don't. i think it's do. please do keep going. we love you. how great was that? >> so good. amazing. >> he has a couple of fans here. you can see them on camera. and we have a couple of headlines and weather. that was a hot performance. just about as hot as it will get in the southwest. 100s for places that had been on the cool side.
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look at that high coming in in parts of arizona, new mexico. look at las vegas. we'll go to 102 on saturday. a steamy weekend in fresno, too. almost 100 there by saturday. a quick look at flood watches and warnings from missouri to the mexican border there in texas. up to two even three inches of rain still comi >> morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco and it looks and feels more like spring today from mid-50s at the coast and mid-80's inland and my seven-day forecast shows slightly warmer tomorrow and a cooler trend on sunday with drizzle on monday morning. >> that weather brought to you by tracphone. and we have to talk about "20/20." a big one tonight. a startling real-life con job. it's a gentle millionaire. looking for love finding a game of deceit played by a psychic.
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the sweetheart swindle. tonight at 10:00 eastern here on abc's "20/20." robin, i know you're up there with the group we are also here to see. u.s. women's soccer. >> the women's u.s. national soccer team. up here with 23 superstars -- the world cup is coming up. i'm not telling them to do that. you hear the cheers. [ crowd chanting ] >> all: usa, usa, usa. >> the world cup is coming up. they have match tomorrow that you can see on espn. please welcome, team usa here to "good morning america." [ cheers and applause ] unbelievable. okay. abby, this is your fourth world cup. where is shannon? playing in her fourth as well. there's shannon. fourth adds well. christy playing in her fifth. >> favorite yeah. >> it's a good mixture of veterans and some newbies. the team jelling, coming together? >> of course. i think the thing that's different is we're a team of depth. we have hopefully seven games to
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play in this world cup. so every single player on the stage will have an impact. hopefully, you'll tune in. >> i don't think that will be a problem. what's this -- this group of death that i'm hearing about that you're involved in. australia, sweden, nigeria. >> of course we're in a tough group. but, i think that what we always think about is that you know, we have to beat the best teams to win the world cup. if we do it in the early stages or in the late stages that's what we're here to do. >> get it out of the way. get it out of the way early on. you realize, yes, you want to win. i got that. but it's about sharing the sport and what the sport is all about and growing the sport. >> absolutely. we have something special that we can do this summer. we're really looking forward to it. the coverage is amazing. 23 awesome teammates here. we're ready to bring it home. >> we have a -- we have a -- >> today is tobin heath's birthday.
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>> where's tobin? >> tobin? tobin? she's right here. >> our birthday girl, right here. i love this social media campaign. she believes. tell us about that. >> it's a campaign we kicked off this last few weeks. it's amazing. we want to give back to the communities that helped us get here. all of us did these really cool things. went to soccer fields, did clinics. went to the boys and girls club. we just want to make sure that people understand all around the country that no matter where you are, you can be on this stage at one point in your life, if you believe. >> if you believe. and we do believe. we certainly do believe. i believe that you have some gifts for -- >> yes, we do baby. >> where's my colleagues? hey. >> hey? come on out here. >> lara. ginger. >> we're coming. >> we want to gift to you guys. your own very personalized jerseys. >> oh, wow.
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>> and i have robin roberts here. >> thank you. >> that's awesome. >> got the last name on it. what do you mean? >> your name could not fit on the back. stephanopoulos could not fit on the back. so you got your first name. and spencer. so thank you so much for having us, robin. appreciate it. >> one for time. for team usa. as they head off. [ cheers and applause ] is this a sendoff or what? >> this is incredible. >> is this a sendoff or what? >> this is amazing. >> we want to thank new york waterways for getting you here on the ferry. all the way from new jersey. you have the big game coming up tomorrow that we can see you all on espn against south korea. there you are. and then, of course, the world cup coming up next month in canada. thank you all very much. oh, yeah. stick around. ed sheeran. ed sheeran when we come back. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] we're back with ed sheeran. so great to have you here. coming off of a number one hit with "thinking out loud." "multiply" is huge. now i want to talk to you about the latest hit, "photograph." that incredible video with real home videos from your dad. >> yeah. um, well i don't know. he got all of them changed to dvd at christmas as a present. i asked if i could edit them all into a video. he said yes, thankfully.
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and it turned out a lot better than i expected. there's like 56 hours of footage to go through. >> really special. the song, the words, so special. we would love to hear you sing it. >> all right. >> here he is, everybody. ed sheeran with "photograph." ♪ ♪ loving can hurt loving can hurt sometimes ♪ ♪ but it's the only thing that i know ♪ ♪ when it gets hard you know it can get hard sometimes ♪
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♪ it is the only thing that makes us feel alive ♪ ♪ and we keep this love in his photograph we made these memories for ourselves ♪ ♪ where our eyes are never closing hearts were never broken times forever frozen still ♪ ♪ so you can keep me inside the pocket of your ripped jeans ♪ ♪ holding me closer till our eyes meet you won't ever be alone ♪ ♪ wait for me to come home ♪ ♪ loving can heal loving can mend your soul ♪
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♪ and it's the only thing that i know know, know, know, know ♪ ♪ we keep this love in this photograph we made these memories for ourselves ♪ ♪ where our eyes are never closing our hearts were never broken times forever frozen still ♪ ♪ so you can keep me inside the pocket of your ripped jeans ♪ ♪ holding me closer till our eyes meet you won't ever be alone ♪ ♪ wait for me to come home ♪ ♪ wait for me to come home ♪ ♪ wait for me to come home ♪
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♪ wait for me to come home ♪ ♪ oh you can fit me inside the necklace you got when you were 16 next to your heart beat where i should be ♪ ♪ keep it deep within your soul ♪ ♪ when i'm away i will remember how you kissed me ♪ ♪ under the lamp post back on sixth street hearing you whisper through the phone ♪ ♪ wait for me to come home ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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♪ (music throughout) ♪ sfx: (smash) sfx: (roar) ♪ sfx: (roar) sfx: (engine roars)
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[ cheers and applause ] we have a very excited crowd here in central park. they have been waiting for hours. we have ed sheeran now singing his first number one single in the u.s. "thinking out loud." ♪ when your legs don't work like they used to before and i can't sweep you off of your feet ♪ ♪ will your mouth still remember the taste of my love will your eyes still smile from your cheeks ♪ ♪ well darling i will be loving
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you till we're 70 ♪ ♪ baby my heart could still fall as hard at 23 ♪ ♪ and i'm thinking 'bout how people fall in love in mysterious ways maybe just the touch of a hand ♪ ♪ oh, me, i fall in love with you every single day ♪ ♪ and i just want to tell you i am ♪ ♪ so honey now take me into your loving arms kiss me under the light of a thousand stars ♪ ♪ place your head on my beating heart now ♪ ♪ i'm thinking out loud maybe we found love right where we are ♪
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♪ when my hair's all but gone and my memory fades ♪ ♪ and this crowd won't remember my name ♪ ♪ when my hands don't play the strings the same way mm i know you will still love me the same ♪ ♪ cause honey your soul can never grow old it's evergreen ♪ ♪ well baby your smile's forever in my mind and memory ♪ ♪ i'm thinking bout how people fall in love in mysterious ways ♪ ♪ maybe it's all part of a plan i'll just keep on making ♪
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♪ the same mistakes hoping that you'll understand ♪ ♪ but baby now take me into your loving arms ♪ ♪ kiss me under the light of a thousand stars oh my darling ♪ ♪ place your head on my beating heart i'm thinking out loud we found love right where we are ♪ ♪ baby we found love right where we are ♪ ♪ and we found love right where we are ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much.
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[ cheers and applause ] it's a love fest. ed sheeran. thank you so much. for being with us today on "good morning america." the name of the album is "multiply." currently on a sold-out tour all over the u.s. congratulations. >> and how did it feel performing in front of the crowd in central park? >> they're really lovely. really lovely. >> lovely. you all are lovely. >> i'll call that lovely. >> they have these big cut-out heads. people wanna know, why has my high efficiency washer been saying 7 more minutes for 25 minutes? the problem may not be with your machine but with your he detergent. all he detergents are not created equally. look. this detergent says it's made for high efficiency washers but look at all these suds that your machine needs to rinse!
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[baseball crowd noise] ♪ ♪ [x1 chime] ♪ ♪ [crowd cheers] oh! i can't believe it! [cheering] hi, grandma! ♪
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. the man arrested after that violent hostage situation and standoff in antioch on wednesday will be arraigned in court. 35-year-old horatio gutierrez is expected to be charged with assault with a deadly weapon, carjacking and kidnapping a couple of events. yankees and a's tonight, 59, dropping down to 56. ten minutes later, we have the braves and giants 56 dropping down to 54. bobble rock in napa valley, 68 tomorrow 74 sunday. tomorrow, more drizzle monday morning. leyla? a couple of accidents that are causing quite the jam. we are heading over to the bay bridge. starting there, the treasure island on ramp to westbound 80. we have a crash. it is blocking some pretty heavy conditions taking you into san
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jose. saratoga avenue causing backup off of 880. >> the co-hosts reveal their final favorite workout tools as we wrap up the witness countdown. plus we announce the big winner of "live's" inspiration photo contest, all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] snoup how here are emmy award winner kelly ripa and michael strahan.

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