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good morning, america. breaking overnight, severe storms stretching from nevada to new york. a tornado destroys this school tearing the roof off this pennsylvania classroom. another tossing this barn across a parking lot. flooding and more dangerous weather in the forecast for millions. breaking right now the confederate flag about to come down. a ceremony in the statehouse grounds in south carolina ending a year of fighting over a divisive symbol. and new this morning, a new apology. ariana grande saying she's sorry for what she said about america. >> i just wanted to make a video to apologize again for the whole doughnut fiasco. >> how she's explaining that bad behavior caught on surveillance tape. >> the u.s. wins the 2015 women's world cup. >> it's a morning of champions only here on "gma."
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the u.s. women's soccer team is here. >> i believe that we just won. >> the coast-to-coast celebration of their victory continuing here in new york. abby, carli, christine and the entire team, they're the best of the best and before they make history one more time this morning, they're joining us live on "gma" right now. ♪ and "good morning america," you are looking live at the statehouse in columbia south carolina where the confederate flag is come down. welcome to our viewers he in the west. i want to pause for a moment to the rest of the country can enjoy a special report. >> announcer: this is an abc news special report. now reporting, george stephanopoulos. >> and we are coming on the air right now for a moment of
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history. we are going to look live right now at the statehouse in columbia south carolina where the confederate flag flying for more than 50 years at that statehouse is about to come down an honor guard will approach the flag poll, bring down the flag for the last time and be moved to a military museum near the capitol there in columbia south carolina this all began at the emanuel ame church in south carolina where nine operationers including the reverend reverend were gunned down by a white supremacist. dylann roof. it set off events. the family members appeared in court to forgive the man who murdered their loved ones. since then we had debates across the country. all across the south. confederate flags coming down.
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culminating after 50 years of debate in the statehouse to bring it down. on the grounds right now the crowd is developing and they are chanting "bring it down." it has been such an emotional debate in south carolina and the country. right now the family members of the nine victims are being brought out. they will be joined by the thousands. by the governor and former south carolina governors and the pastor norvell goss. steve osunsami is there. steve? >> reporter: george there are thousands upon thousands of people here. it is swelteringly hot. i can tell you the plan here is to make this ceremony very brief, quick, respectful ceremony. we're being told.
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people are cheering now as more state officials step out. the family members that you just made reference to are about a couple hundred feet in front of me on the steps here. they set them apart from the ceremony. and they are all this sort of standing there, in that area right by the color guard. i can tell you that a lot of people here have high emotions about this. many people who wanted to see this bit of history. there are people in the rafters in this building directly behind me watching i don't know if you can see them up there is of course one little factual point that must be said in all of this that many of the fragment's detractors underline, that is this flag was put here in 1961 as the government's response to court-ordered desegregation. george? >> they never said it would come down. you are watching the governor
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she signed the bill to bring it down with nine separate pen, one for each of the victims of that shooting in charleston. >> president obama, of course also weigh egg in with that remarkable eulogy in charleston a couple weeks ago where he sang "amazing grace." and, steve, so many have remarked how this debate even though it had been going on to so long in south carolina really did seem to bring so much of the state together. >> reporter: it did. it was something that we saw that was quite unique here. we saw, not only in this state, but people came in from across the country to that ame church to bring flowers, to remember the victims, to pay their respects. there was a feeling here that it was important for americans much all color, to show that this behavior that this act of hate as police have described it, was unacceptable. of course, the accused gunman
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accused in this case in the murders is seen in what we believed from police online and in pictures the confederate flag in one hand and a gun in the other. so many people wanted to do something to counter that image, the image of hate that so many people p associated with this flag that police said led to these murders at a bible study at a black church. >> you saw in the debate on wednesday and thursday decendents of jefferson davis. saying now is the time, steve. now is the time for this flag to come down. >> she was quite emotional. looks like now, george the color guard is starting to march out. it's been a long debate. they debated for hours and hours in the middle of the night. >> here comes the color guard right now from the south carolina highway patrol.
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they reached the flag they will lower and fold it and it will be given to the kerrater of the confederate relic room in the military museum. the crowd includes the governor and former governors, and members of the legislature, other political leaders in south carolina. steve said in a solemn ceremony a lot of joy in that crowd today. >> reporter: there is, but also there are a lot of people here mourning the loss of this flag. there are a number of people
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holding confederate flags in the crowd. some of them even african-american. there is a van driving around the state grounds with two large con fed receipt flags. it has been driving around this area nonstop. so many people also very upset, very frustrated by what is happening here today. >> the honor guard of the south carolina state police.
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you hear the reaction as that flag comes down. are for the last time.
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>> looking live at the state grounds of the statehouse in of columbia south carolina where the confederate flag has just come down. it now being folded by thes hopper guard of the state police. now are they chanting "usa"? >> reporter:ed kraut is chanting "usa." we see people waving the american flag. i'm looking at the families now, the family sies wiping tears from their eyes no doubt moved the this. it's a deaths of the nine people at bible study that lead to years, and years, of debate. keeping in mind, there are many other people p very frustrated, very upset who feel their
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heritage is being stepped on. >> those families touched so many people in south carolina and across the country. the flag now down and folded. the flag pole will come down as well as the flag is moved to the military museum in columbia. as the honor guard marches off, let's take one more look at that
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moment when the flag the confederate flag was lowered from statehouse grounds in columbia south carolina. that is it for the flag no doubt those emotions will linger in south carolina, so much of the country for some time. and as the honor guard marches off to hand that flag to the kerrater of the north carolina museum we want to return now to our regular programming, for so much of the country, that is "good morning america".." >> a >> announcer: this has been a special report from abc news. you've been watching those moments at the columbia south carolina statehouse where the flags has come down. i want to go to steve osunsami
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who was there on the scene as it happened. steve are you there? >> reporter: the honor guard removing the confederate flag. you can hear people cheering now as they walk away with it. they handed it to the curator of the relic museum who will now keep this flag for safe-keeping. >> steve, talk a little more about the scene there this morning. we see that huge crowd. somewhat of a varied it crowd? >> reporter: i didn't hear your last question. i can tell you, there are thousands upon thousands of people here on both sides of the issues i would say that the people wanting to bring down the flag outnumber those who support it but there are people carrying confederate flags in this crowd, and many of those people feel that their heritage is being stepped on. >> steve, i know you've been
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covering this debate for a long time as i have as well. it seemed to come up every four years during presidential campaigns, but no matter what happened up until this shooting in charleston the flag persisted. >> reporter: i heard half of that i think you mentioned the shooting in charleston. it had a great deal to do what happened here. it was the wind beneath the wings of lawmakers who were pushing for this. one of the most emotional interviews that i did over the past few days was with a lawmaker who was the decentant of the p confederate general who said this had to happen. this morning, the ended if a decades long flight over the confederate battle fight. the flag coming down the flag pole removed. outside in 100 degree heat. some coming to celebrate, hers to mourn. >> i'm not racist prejudice.
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it's a heritage thing. >> reporter: south carolina's governor is celebrating, signing an order to take down the flag after the shooting in what police call are hate crime. >> these nine pens go to each of the nine familyies. >> reporter: the state senator saying this wouldn't have happened without that loss. >> sometimes it takes a horrific depiction for us to really grasp the gravity of the situation. >> reporter: state officials report that lawmakerses getting death threats. jenny horn the if descendent of jefferson davis. confederate president. she pushed to take down the flag. >> i have a great deal of respect for my ancestor honor, my parents. my legacy is what i do while imi'm here. >> now. >> here and now. >> reporter: the white house
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pushing to remove any emblem that has the battle flag. the state can now bid for college tournament games and championships, a decade-long boycott against the state is lifting. >> that is the scene in south carolina president obama just put out a tweet. he said south carolina taking down a confederate flag a signal of goodwill and healing and a meaningful step towards a better future. we want to move on to a celebration in new york. a huge ticker-tape parade first time ever for a woman's it team. they won the world cup sunday. they will be downtown today here in new york and faris is there. >> alex morgan getting a kiss. >> reporter: good morning, already you see a massive police
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presence building. the floats will arrive behind me all decked out in red, white and blue all before the u.s. soccer team makes history, one more time. the floats are being built and the confetti gathered for team usa's epic ticker tape parade this morning. the u.s. women's soccer team making history once more. while new york has hosted 205 of these parades since 1886 this will be the first women's team ever to get a ride down new york city's famed canyon of heroes. starting in downtown manhattan the team will make their way up broadway ending at new york city's hall where the mayor will address them and their crowd of adoring fans. the parade costing $2 million is expected to draw huge crowds. this capping off a week of celebrations for the u.s. women's soccer team following their world cup win against japan on sunday. >> i believe that we just won. >> reporter: president obama congratulating the team over the phone.
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>> couldn't be prouder of everybody here. >> reporter: and thousands turning out for a rally in los angeles on tuesday. >> we won the world cup, baby! >> reporter: and 400 men and women have been commissioned to clean up the many tons of debris including this ticker tape and the purchases over here taking great delight in throwing this on me. robin, can't wait to see you. >> can't wait to be there. thank you very much. >> i'm surprised abby has a voice left. >> that's right. we'll have much more with team usa. they're upstairs spending time with the fans but first more severe weather. >> and so much of that severe weather with damaging wind. can you see the pictures from kentucky. this photo comes to you from brownsville, kentucky, that huge tree pushed over, fortunately nobody hurt there. and then that flash flooding i was mentioning, ava, missouri, and still flash flood watches. and more rain to come as we go into the weekend.
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>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. keep the umbrella handy through noon. we have scattered height showers. the sun is going did come out and break free of the clouds during the afternoon cool pattern this weekend and summer warmth returns next week of the check owe temperatures from the mid-to-upper 60s loop the coast and san francisco and low-to-mid 70s in most neighborhoods until you get inrand east bay nearly 80. my seven-day forecast shows tuesday, wednesday and thursday: 80s and 90's away
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are going. >> continue looking with mobile 360. you can see now we're starting to narrow down the lanes. that means traffic is going to be detoured away from highway 101 off of lumbar street. let's look at the golden gate bridge. traffic running smooth. we don't see a build up of traffic. we see more vehicles i think have heeded the warning and going to be staying home for the weekend. these are going to be the traffic impacts with that closure. certainly going to be closed down. it's going to get very busy potentially. but take heart that it's going
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we're looking at live doppler 7. still the wet commute pouring out of the north bay with scattered showers moving across the bay bridge now and heading all the way down o to the san mateo bridge. that will rotate into the south bay and clip the east bay neighborhoods. this will last through noon and we'll see a little bit of clearing this afternoon through the evening hours. 64 at the game. cooler than average this weekend but my seven-day
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good morning, america. right now, breaking new, history in south carolina the confederate flag coming down on statehouse grounds. a big ceremony moments ago. that flag will be housed at a museum blocks away. also tracking severe weather. two tornados coming down last night. destroying a school in pennsylvania. and we are concerned about flooding. it. and team usa with us all morning. before they head to that ticker tape parade and we are so looking forward to spending more
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time with them. >> you'll be heading downtown to emcee that. also we want to hear from you at home. tweet your questions for the team using #uswntongma. >> you fit it all in. we are going to meet, don't worry, you'll meet every member of that history-making team talking about their victory and what it takes to be a champ. that is all coming up. >> we'll begin with that dramatic rescue of the three sisters missing for days in the wyoming wilderness spotted thursday after a massive search flown to safety reunited with their father. abc's clayton sandell is in jackson hole, wyoming, with the story. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. all three sisters are safe this morning after a dramatic rescue that owes it all to one chance encounter. this morning, three sisters missing on a camping trip that began 11 days ago smiling after reuniting with their dad. a helicopter rescuing megan andrews-sharer and her younger sisters, erin and kelsi thursday in the wyoming wilderness seven
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miles from where their car was found wednesday. their dad said they got lost but did everything else right. >> they hung out in one spot. they stayed close together. they didn't try to do anything that you wouldn't want skilled hikers to do. >> reporter: but the trio might still be lost if not for nate souter and kolton cook clearing trails in a remote part of the back country when they saw someone who seemed out of place on a distant ridge. >> it was a tall figure, skinny. had i looked up 30 seconds later she would have been gone. >> reporter: when they later found out about the search they called to give rescuers the exact coordinates. sisters were located 20 minutes later. how does it feel providing that critical piece of the puzzle. >> nice knowing that helping someone out, especially someone in a situation like that. >> reporter: the women ran low on food, were cold and tired but otherwise are fine. >> i was relieved. i started to cry like you would as a parent losing all your kids at once is not an easy thing. >> reporter: their family and the rescue team relieved knowing in wilderness like this, it's
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not always a happy ending. >> there was a lot of high-fives going on and it's one of those things where the culmination of a successful rescue is exhilarating. >> reporter: and this morning, we expect to hear from the sisters themselves. the family says they want to thank everyone who helped make sure this story did have a happy ending, robin. >> i'm sure they are extremely thankful this morning. the latest now on ariana grande. the pop star posting that video overnight apologizing for that bizarre incident at a doughnut shop saying she hates america. and apparently licking a donut. t.j. holmes has the story. >> hi, y'all, it's me. >> reporter: this morning ariana grande taking her apology tour to youtube. >> i just wanted to make a video to apologize again for the whole doughnut fiasco. >> reporter: overnight the pop star posting a four-minute mea culpa after this surveillance video surfaced first obtained by tmz of her at a california doughnut shop on the fourth of july. >> what the [ bleep ] is that?
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i hate americans. i hate america. >> reporter: from those questionable comments to what police describe as her appearing to maliciously lick doughnuts she says she takes it all back. >> i'm going to come forward and own up to what i did and take responsibility and say i'm sorry. i've actually never been prouder to be an american to be honest. >> reporter: the singer apologizing for her previous apology in which she discussed her concerns over americans' eating habits. >> i was too busy preaching about my issues with the food industry which is like not i feel like relative. >> reporter: the 22-year-old singer saying she was disgusted when she watched the video but now hoping to turn the whole experience into a life lesson. >> seeing how ugly it looks when you behave a certain way makes you want to never behave that way again. i'm human. i still have a lot to learn and i make mistakes and that's how i'm going to learn. >> and we're going to move on to
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a satisfying moment in the theater. we all know how annoying it can be when someone is texting during a show. the actors hate it most of all so patti lupone took matters into her own hands snatching away the offending phone. abc's cecilia vega has the story. >> hi, everyone. >> reporter: she is a tony winning queen of broadway. >> i know it. >> reporter: but this morning patti lupone is starring in a new role, cell phone police. >> she was texting through the entire first act and she was sitting right there in the second seat. it was -- everybody can see. look how teeny the theater is. she was oblivious to everybody except herself and her phone. >> reporter: the legendary star re-enacting the real-life drama on stage last night. >> right here, it was this lady right here and i just grabbed the phone and was like -- >> reporter: lupone snatching a phone from an audience member mid performance on wednesday. >> i feel bad for the people that come here to have a theatrical experience and it's ruined. >> reporter: that audience
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giving lupone a standing ovation on twitter. way to go, patti. when the lights came back on an usher returned the phone. but she isn't the only etiquette officer. watch as last week an audience member at the broadway show "hand to god" pops on to the stage and tries to plug his phone into a fake outlet. >> they're not real. >> reporter: but from a maroon five concert to prince harry -- >> selfies are bad. >> reporter: -- stars are saying enough is enough and lupone is taking matters and people's cell phones into her own hands. >> a lot of people to you right now are saying bravo. >> well, i wish they'd just turn the phone off. i don't want the bravo or the apology. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, new york. >> she's right. it's so simple. just turn the phone off for that. >> really something for her to walk up there and take it away, though. >> that's why i text on my watch now. nobody can take it away.
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>> can't rip it off. >> yes. >> you and george have the same watch, by the way. let's go out to ginger in the park. >> good morning, guys. i got my new friends here great group. are you excited? it's going to be a great morning. this is peter, this is paula. did you guys know it can snow in july? yes, seriously. let's look at where it's happening. that would be in the northern sierra. the central sierra of california so up in the mountains above 10,000 feet we have video from there. yes, the snow is falling, that is tioga pass. now in the valley a >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast today. a little shower activity through noon and clearing this afternoon. at least there will be sunshine and mid-60s to upper 70s from the coast inland. still, cool this weekend and warm next >> all that weather brought to you by progressive.
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♪ this man doesn't live in this new york city home. police say he's burglarizing it, caught on camera while the residents were gone over the fourth of july weekend. authorities said he made off with thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from this apartments in the same building. this prowler creeping through a seattle garage full of pricey bikes. >> he was coming back into the garage and had his shopping bags full of our stuff. >> reporter: was busted when the vacationing homeowner received a phone alert from her surveillance system. someone was in the house. but while cameras may be helpful to catch someone already in the act, experts say keeping your plans off social media takes away a burglar's most important tool, information. >> you should not be posting on social media where you are, the hotel that you're staying in and the city and town and when you're going to be back. >> also turn off location
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services on your phone. i showed our expert a photo i posted. >> if they go on facebook and see that the photograph was taken in boston and you live in los angeles, then they know where you are. >> reporter: and they know they have a lot of time to get into my home. >> and they know where you're not. >> reporter: so, what else can you do to protect your home while you're away on summer vacation? experts say put a hold on deliveries and don't let your newspaper and mail pile up. that's a clear sign you're not home. to create the illusion you're at home have a car parked in the driveway and leave some lights on a timer. advice that can prevent a criminal from making themselves at home in yours. if you want to outfit your home with security cameras that have motion detectors they range from $100 to $200. i'm told they're easy to install. maybe for all of you. i don't know about me. >> not me. okay. thank you, kayna. still ahead, frightening moments caught on camera. look at this sky scraping thrill ride. >> up next we can't wait to get upstairs because we'll go behind the scenes with team usa.
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how they have fun off the field. we'll find out, next. y have fun off the field. we'll find out, next. i get out of work, and i go to the store, and somebody says, smellin' around, "i smell cookies." i said, "oh no you just smell me, i just got out of work that's honey bunches of oats, that's all." i said "don't eat me now." (music) i'm supposed to tell you how it feels when you book the perfect family vacation on but i think he's kinda nailing it. (music)
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champions. you guys did an excellent job. you represent us so very well. >> excuse my outfit. i am on set right now. but i want to take my time and congratulate the u.s. women's soccer team for bringing the cup home. congratulations, ladies. you did an unbelievable job. >> one, two, three. >> all: congratulations. >> those are messages for team usa. i'm sorry you couldn't hear it. kobe gronk, and kobe. and i'm here with the megans right now. >> it's the megan duo. >> they were just shouting their praises. everyone is just so happy, so proud. i know this has to be just a moment for all of you too. isn't it? >> oh, it is. it's totally a blur and so surreal. >> the whole team, they're back. don't worry, we'll get the whole team out here. >> these two, i follow you on social media.
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never a dull moment and how about that little game you play. heads-up? >> oh, yes. heads-up. >> yeah, we have an interesting twist on it. >> it gets pretty competitive. >> let's see, okay. here's a little bit of a clip. let's take a look. >> oh. schwimmer. >> high school musical -- >> zac efron. >> kelly ripa. >> michael strahan! >> oh. >> yes! >> yes. >> not competitive. >> everything that you do. >> yeah, yeah, we absolutely are. they've had to stop, you know, scheduling team bonding that involves any kind of competition because it's not bonding anymore. we're like, i won! >> but your a-rod rules. >> he's like the game master. >> picture "hunger games" and she is the game master. that's how it is. left side versus right side. it gets pretty intense. >> it does. >> you know what is going to be intense? this parade.
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you're the first women's team ever to be honored like this. >> it's amazing. >> soak it all in. >> two tons -- >> i got a gopro and going to be filming everything. >> i loved how you said, good morning, america. you kind of work it. the whole team will be out with us. thank you to the megans right now. some of the biggest fans. you're going to meet them all. don't go anywhere. young fans, everybody. coming up "gma's" summer concert series presented by coppertone sunscreen. ♪ holding back she said shut up and dance ♪ screen puts a breathable layer on your skin to help keep it hydrated by holding in natural moisture while providing protection from harmful uv rays. game on. coppertone sport. no artificial flavors, colors sweeteners preservatives, and no artificial smiles. because clean dressings, taste better. panera. food as it should be.
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♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and are you ready for the champions? they rocked the world cup playing their hearts out. all across america we were cheering them on. now the morning they're making history. they're starting right here live in times square. get ready to believe this morning. and we have a high school shocker. it's happened again. students accused in a new sexting scandal of tormenting a fellow classmate. dangerously close call. a popular amusement park ride breaks down seconds before young children riding it were about to take off. ♪ shut up and dance with me ♪ and the song of the summer as we celebrate the team of the year. we're all ready to dance as we say -- >> all: good morning, america.
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♪ we are the champions my friend ♪ we're having a great morning, america. so much excitement. you can hear it. all the cheering for team usa. the next generation of champions getting ready to meet their heroines. >> yeah. what a great crowd out here. all the heroines are here this morning. let's meet these amazing athletes. jesse, take it away. >> here they are, your world cup champs led by their team captain christie rampone, abby wambach, carli lloyd, megan rapinoe hope solo, julie johnston, alex morgan. christen press, tobin heath, shannon boxx, amy rodriguez, kelley o'hara, whitney engen, ashlyn harris, alyssa naeher,
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meghan klingenberg, becky sauerbrunn, ali krieger, sydney leroux, heather o'reilly and their coach, jill ellis. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> so proud of you. going to bring us all to tears. it's great to have the entire team here with us. where's abby? where's abby? abby, what did you ask me? didn't you ask about some confetti? >> yeah, we wanted to come back here and get some confetti as world champions. >> okay, you got that. you'll get two tons of confetti later on with the parade. >> it's going to be amazing. >> it is. >> that's all coming up. we got to get news first. dan harris inside with the morning rundown. >> hey, guys, hard to top that confetti. here's the newscast. the big story of the morning, the end of an era. the confederate flag being
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removed from the grounds of the statehouse in south carolina after flying there for more than half a century. it will now be kept in the state's military history museum. however, in virginia, a southern heritage group is now planning on going to federal court to keep the confederate flag on the state license plates. the governor calls these plates divisive and hurtful. he wants to phase them out. damaging storms have been battering millions of americans from nevada to new york. heavy winds, flooding rain and at least two tornadoes. this is the work of one reported twister, a school in pennsylvania destroyed. the roof ripped off. the principal who was inside at the time is okay this morning. in arkansas, powerful winds picked up a barn and tossed it across a parking lot. and neighborhoods in parts of the midwest are underwater. ginger's full forecast coming up shortly. we have a shocking case to tell you about out of massachusetts this morning. teenagers there facing criminal charges for something that has become disturbingly common among
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high schoolers, the sending of explicit text messages or sexting. abc's linsey davis has details. >> reporter: this morning, half a dozen students are set to face child pornography charges stemming from a sexting incident at their massachusetts high school. police say in march the six suspects all between 15 and 17 years old allegedly circulated a photo of an underage female student. one of the students then allegedly blackmailing the victim sending her text messages threatening to release the photos unless she had sex with him in a school classroom. one text reading "how many people would enjoy seeing it." another "i got way more of these pics. can i put them online?" authorities opened an investigation seizing several cell phones and six school computers after the victim's mother, who does not want to reveal her identity to protect her daughter, spoke out. >> they would expose her to everybody in school. she -- we've just lived the last five months in fear. >> reporter: those teens are now
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likely to face felony charges. police filing criminal complaints against them thursday. the school district wouldn't comment on the investigation or whether the teens would face additional consequences when they return to school. >> i don't think they're going to see the realm of damage they've done until they become adults. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> linsey, thank you. a close call for two thrill seekers at an amusement part in wisconsin. moments after this boy and his friend were buckled into a ride called the catapult, look at that, the bungee cord suddenly snapped slamming down with such force that it actually punctured a hole in the concrete. the boy's stunned father was behind the camera at the time. he says he's relieved that the ride malfunctioned before it left the ground. and finally here, when you go on safari in africa, you're, of course, hoping for some close encounters with animals but not this close. check out what happened to these tourists in kenya. their vehicle swarmed by
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cheetahs. and then one of them actually jumped in the backseat. look at the face of this irish tourist. it pretty much says it all. excuse me. worth noting, while cheetahs can be dangerous at times they are often quite docile. this is some video i shot personally with jungle jack hanna at the -- outside the columbus zoo with a cheetah he has who likes to play wrestle with a golden lab, so cheetahs can be nice, but this is a classic don't try this at home situation. let's get it back outside to robin and george with the world cup champs. hey, guys. we got the "morning menu" for you, the inside story. how they led to victory. how they won it all, team usa, plus the band of the summer, what the song of the summer walk the moon takes over central park and chris tucker is there live. and the star who is ruling wimbledon, and he's not even a player, lara has the latest from across the pond and we got it all right here for you in times square all coming up live on
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death. >> rapinoe's shot, rapinoe scores. >> then defeated germany. >> walks up, shoots, scores. >> and more than 25 million americans watched on sunday as 23 soccer phenoms from 12 states made soccer history. >> lloyd, morgan, the goalkeeper off the post and in. >> dominating the world cup final against japan. a rematch four years in the making after their devastating loss to japan in the 2011 world cup. >> it is japan's world cup. >> this time around the u.s. scoring more goals in the final -- >> shot, goal. >> another goal. >> off the post. >> goal. >> -- than any other team ever has making the united states the first nation ever to win three world cup titles, proving what happens when she believes -- >> all: i believe that we will win.
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>> -- and we believe. [ cheers and applause ] and we never stopped believing. we're going to talk to the team and also coach jill ellis. you look like one of the players. i was like, where is coach ellis? and she's right there. we're going to talk to you, as well, but there's a message from somebody i think you guys are going to recognize. let's take a look. >> hey, ladies, it's tim howard here, aka your biggest fan. congratulations. an incredible, incredible journey you brought us on. thank you for allowing us to dream with you. now my daughter thinks she can win a world cup. >> that is. that's tim howard and really when you see all the young people that are here and for him to say now his daughter can dream of winning a world cup and, abby, i know this is all that you ever wanted. you're one of the most decorated players ever in this sport, and this is what you wanted, so what was that feeling when you and christie held up that trophy for the first time?
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>> well, we talked about it a couple days prior that when we win that world cup, i would love nothing other than to be able to hoist this trophy with her. she's been not only my captain for so many years, but she's inspired so many of us, not only because she was the '99 world cup champion herself, but the way she is on the field and off the field, she's a soccer mom. she does it all. you guys, this woman is the most amazing thing and so to be able to hoist a trophy with christie rampone was without a doubt one of the highlights of my life. >> christie, i have to ask you, what do your daughters think of all this? >> they thought it was amazing. i was like, take this in. this doesn't happen very often. >> there was really a moment there when carli was so great in taking the band off and handing it to you, abby. that must have been a moment for you, as well, when you entered the game. >> yeah, i mean usually when you're in the confines of the game, like it takes too long to get a captain's arm band
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switched around but i thought it was kind of a really great metaphor. i've been calling it a little bit of a reversing passing of the torch because what carli did in that game was epic, and she single-handedly won us that game in, what, i think 16 minutes or 20 minutes or something. but it felt amazing. she gave me that arm band, and i don't know if many people saw it but after the game ended, i actually ended up giving it to my captain, christie, and for me that was just very evident of what it takes to win a world cup, everybody kind of passing off the torch, passing off the fame, that's what it takes to win one of these. >> your teamwork was so impressive, so inspiring but, carli, i got to say, i think you stunned the entire world except yourself with those three goals in the first 16 minutes. best player of the tournament. has it all sunk in? >> i don't think so. i'm on kind of cloud nine right now but i'm taking it all in and it's been fantastic. i mean, the journey throughout the whole tournament from start to finish, everybody contributed. and we knew that it was going to take 23 players.
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i'm just so happy, and, you know, we've etched ourself in history which is amazing. >> you really have and, coach ellis, i mean we're not talking about the coaching staff enough. let's give them a round of applause. we have been talking about the players. [ cheers and applause ] but you, the athletic trainers who got them to this point and, you know, defensively you were there from the get-go. offensively you gave us heart attacks in the first few but what was a key factor in coming home with the gold? >> well, i think these players sitting here like you've referenced, the staff, the team behind the team that got this done, so many players and people involved, but, you know, these guys are remarkable and full credit to them. at the end of the day a coach's job is done once they step on the field and they were fantastic. >> we love to see how you all came together and i think, hope, you know, your tweet said it all. that department of defense, the new department of defense. talk about how you guys jelled. >> i mean it was incredible. you asked me a year ago and i was like, ooh, young players, we
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got a lot of work to be done and then gearing up for the world cup, it was like, all right, i'm just going to sit back and watch everything take place because it was incredible. julie johnston, she just -- she wasn't even nervous. it was like she was a veteran player going in for -- [ laughter ] it was incredible. and i felt so honored to play behind what i believe is the best defense i've ever played behind and the best defense in the world. >> yeah, and you see all the people, all the support that you have not just here but all around the country and then to set a record on television, more people watched that soccer match than ever before. what do you think that says? [ cheers and applause ] alex, what do you think that says about the state of the women's game? >> oh, i love that. you know, i just -- i hope we inspire the nation. i think we inspired the nation and just being the most watched soccer game ever in the u.s., it's an incredible feeling to be a part of that and just to see the whole nation come together in that final game. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> you inspired the nation. you inspired the president. megan, you guys are headed to the white house. what are you looking forward to about that? >> everything. i mean, i was talking about it with someone. it's crazy that the president could see us on the street and be like, oh, hey, how are you? i know who you are. you know, to get a shoutout from him and for him to, you know, watch a game, his daughter was at the game. the vice president was at the game. people aren't just casual fans anymore. people are invested in this team. 25 million plus people watched the game. that's an incredible feeling moving forward. >> will you be on your best behavior in the white house. no promises, right? >> aren't i always? never, never. >> she's got to make sure she steals some of the m&ms. that's the best. >> yeah, that's it. we got to hear from the kids. >> we have a lot of kids here. where's blake? blake, you have the first question. >> emily. >> okay. emily. >> okay, emily, you have the first question. >> i wanted to ask who inspired you to first start playing soccer? >> anybody want to jump in? >> somebody who hasn't talked
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talk. >> i think for me it was my dad was a former player and coach, as well and i also wanted to hang out with my brother all of the time and he loved soccer so i'd chase him around the facility and want to hang out with him all of the time and so that's how i was inspired at the the beginning. >> okay, pass the mike. say your name. >> what are your favorite snack foods? >> favorite snack foods. >> goldfish. >> favorite snack food. >> oreos are on the snack table. >> oreos for sure. for sure. >> what was that? >> you need to talk louder. [ inaudible ] >> the mike is not on. >> do you guys think you should get paid as much as the men? good question. [ cheers and applause ] i think it's unanimous. [ inaudible ].
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>> oh! >> i want to take your flowers. >> okay. ah. >> thanks, buddy. >> that's sweet. [ inaudible ] >> it was a lot of training and a lot of good coaching. a lot of training. not easy. >> one more question. >> what advice would you give a girl who wants to become like you? >> who wants to answer that? advice that you would give. sydney, you want to take that? >> what advice would you give? >> what would you give to somebody who wants to be like you guys right now? >> how old are you? 9. so when i was 9, i was watching the 1999 world cup in vancouver, canada, with my mom, and i said that i wanted to play on the best team in the world, and that took me moving to the united states, and now i can say that i fulfilled my dream, and i did it with these girls, and i can say that my dream has come true.
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it was a long road, but don't ever give up. >> don't ever give up. hey, ladies, thank you so much for stopping here before the parade. >> thank you. that was great. >> thank you for your questions. a little bit of a ticker tape parade later. first time in history that a women's sports team is going to be recognized, and we could not think of a better recognition for you all, so thank you very, very much for being here. once again for team usa, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] and i know you at home are wondering if you're not here in new york how you can see it. we're going to be streaming it live. >> live stream. 11:00 a.m. on our website, on yahoo! now, let's go back out to ginger in the park. >> oh, george, the pride for team usa does not stop. they're in times square. we've got plenty of it in central park. we wanted to start you off with a forecast for some of the hometowns of the players. look at these. rochester, new york, you know who is from there, abby wambach
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and it goes carli, richland, washington is hope solo. we got all of them here. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. keep the umbrella handy through noon. we have scattered height showers. the sun is going did come out and break free of the clouds during the afternoon cool pattern this weekend and summer warmth returns next week of the check owe temperatures from the mid-to-upper 60s loop the coast and san francisco and low-to-mid 70s in most neighborhoods until you get inrand east bay nearly 80. my seven-day forecast shows tuesday, wednesday and thursday: 80s and 90's away from robin, we're back here with "walk the moon" in just minutes. >> big crowd there. big crowd here, and lara really wishes she could be here but she has an excused absence. lara spencer is across the pond. she's at wimbledon, ladies. she's at wimbledon, and she has a special edition of "pop news."
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good morning, lara. >> and, robin, continuing the theme of amazing women champions, i have none other than chris evert with me here at wimbledon. what do you want to say to the ladies? >> congratulation, ladies. you guys rock. i thought tennis players were great athletes, but you guys take the cake. >> ah, that's wonderful. you know what else takes the cake, a little "pop news" across the pond so what do you say we roll it. >> let's ace it right now. ♪ >> this wimbledon tennis fans are talking about rackets of a different kind. but it turns out that cacophony of moans and groans is contagious. and the most stiff upper lip british fans are discovering the art of the grunt. >> ooh. >> who is your favorite grunter? >> serena. >> this one is for you, serena. >> aaargh. >> that was not serena. >> that wasn't. >> that was like baby serena. give me your best maria. >> aaagh!
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>> this is more like -- >> that's her racket. >> oh, because it looked like a hammer. >> it's all about the deep -- >> yeah, and this tennis fan ponders a probing question. >> what about when they make love? >> oh, no. >> imagine being their neighbor? >> what a question. [ laughter ] >> in other "pop news," wimbledon is the place to see and be seen for big names from all over the world crowding into their courtside seats, but one of them seems to be here more than even some players. david beckham becoming a grand slam attraction in his own right mingling with pippa middleton in the royal box, her sister duchess kate the day before and those athletic skills are as sharp as ever. the soccer star showing off his hand/eye coordination snatching a stray shot that flew into the stands proving his hands are as good as his feet. and no need to return the souvenir, mr. beckham. there are plenty more balls where that came from thanks to this man.
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[ playing the theme from "chariots of fire" ] for 15 years brian marveling has been wimbledon's official keeper of the cans. >> do you have to sort of watch over the balls? >> luckily i don't sleep with the balls but i otherwise i do watch over the balls. >> i'm sorry. i started to laugh. he's responsible for each and every one of the 52,000 slazenger balls, the official ball of wimbledon since 1902 and ever wonder why the players look at two or three balls before choosing the one to serve with? now it can be revealed. so the players when they're deciding are they squeezing? >> no, they're looking for the one that's going to give them probably the fastest serve, which will be the smoothest ball. >> so, guys, the official tennis balls of wimbledon, wimbledon champion and really is there a difference? >> yeah, because i used to squeeze them and see how much air was in them. >> i always wondered what you guys were doing in picking.
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look at that face. tell me about today's matches. murray/federer. amazing. >> andy murray, roger federer, both crowd favorites. can roger federer win 18? that's the big question. >> yeah. big question. we'll find out. that's it for us from wimbledon. thank you, chris. >> thank you. >> back to you in new york. >> all right, lara, thank you very much. so yesterday lara was hanging out with john mcenroe. this morning it's chris evert. she gets the best assignments. as we do here, a very special morning, the party before the party, and we have another party for you, it's the party in the park with walk the moon. they're going to join us live with their hit of the summer, "shut up and dance." it's a great morning. come on back. ♪
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good morning i'm kristen sze. so far traffic is moving smoothly despite closures in san francisco. here's a look at the work under way to create a new this thorough fair. the project is set to be unveiled monday morning at 5:00. until then officials are warning drivers to stay away if they can. take a look at ground zero in just a moment. i want to show you the east bay. take a look at the traffic. that's a huge backup a as you try to pull in towards the bay bridge. . that means we have a 50-minute drive from albany to san francisco. that's how it's going. they are heeding the warning here. traffic is moving nicely. let's use the mobile 360 camera and see how we're doing on
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open up. here's my seven-day forecast. a little cooler than average saturday are you ready, one, two, three. >> all: shut up and win with me. shut up and win with me. [ cheers and applause ] >> wow. what a great special message from walk the moon for the women's national soccer team here. we've got an unbelievable crowd behind us down here in central park. >> thousands of people and i think they all have their dancing shoes on. >> absolutely. so get ready, get fired up because coming up let's get set for walk the moon ready to go with the song of the summer from the album "talking is hard," "shut up and dance." ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh don't you dare look back just keep your eyes on me i said you're holding back ♪ ♪ she said shut up and dance with me this woman is my destiny she said oh oh oh ♪ ♪ shut up and dance with me ♪ >> come on. ♪ ♪ we were victims of the night the chemical, physical kryptonite ♪ ♪ helpless to the bass and the fading light oh we were born ♪ ♪ to get together born to get togethere she took my arm i don't know how ♪ ♪ it happened we took the floor and she said oh don't you dare ♪ ♪ look back just keep your eyes on me i said you're holding back she said shut up ♪ ♪ and dance with me this woman is my destiny she said oh oh oh shut up and dance with me ♪
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♪ a backless dress and some beat up sneaks my disco tec juliet teenage dream ♪ ♪ i felt it in my chest as she looked at me i knew we were born to be together ♪ ♪ born to be together she took my arm i don't know how it happened ♪ ♪ we took the floor and she said oh don't you dare look back just keep your eyes on me ♪ ♪ i said you're holding back she said shut up and dance with me this woman is my destiny ♪ ♪ she said oh oh oh shut up and dance with me >> come on! ♪
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♪ deep in her eyes i think i see the future ♪ ♪ i realize this is my last chance she took my arm i don't know how ♪ ♪ it happened we took the floor and she said ♪ ♪ oh don't you dare look back just keep your eyes on me i said your holding back she said shut up ♪ ♪ and dance with me this woman is my destiny she said oh oh oh shut up and dance ♪ ♪ oh don't you dare look back just keep your eyes on me i said your holding back ♪ ♪ she said shut up and dance with me this woman is my destiny she said oh oh oh ♪ ♪ shut up and dance with me oh oh oh shut up and dance with me ♪
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♪ oh oh oh shut up dance with me ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> oh wow. walk the moon, how was that? the crowd loving it as well they should in central park. walk the moon just brought us "shut up and dance" and we are not shutting up are we? that was outstanding and certainly the song of the summer. but speaking of summer we'll have summerlike thunderstorms in salt lake city. that's a live look this morning at what's happening in utah but again, the scattered storms out west going to be an issue as are those warnings the flood warnings in the middle of the country. that's the big picture. >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast today. a little shower activity through
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noon and clearing this afternoon. at least there will be sunshine and mid-60s to upper 70s from the coast inland. still, cool this weekend and warm next week in my seven-day >> all that weather brought to you by carmax and it is shark week still and we're celebrating it here on "gma." it continues through sunday on the discovery channel. top's lineup includes the breathtaking documentary "sharks of the shadowland." ooh, it sounds scary featuring a terrifying shark encounter caught on tape. don't worry, though that diver in the water did survive and was able to continue studying the mysterious seven-gill. shashs that came after her, you'll get a lot more coming up. you know what else you'll get more of, walk the moon! they know it. you know it. don't go anywhere. "gma." ♪ she said shut up and dance with me thie a bow and arrow ♪ ♪ a broken guitar ♪ ♪ while the rainwater
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washes away ♪ ♪ who you are ♪ ♪ we go over the mountains ♪ ♪ and under the stars ♪ ♪ we go over the mountains ♪ ♪ and under the stars ♪ [♪]
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♪ you can't stop me no ♪ >> chris tucker it's available on netflix called "chris tucker live." great to see you. >> you too. >> we all know you from the movies and know you from "rush hour." this is going back to your roots. >> oh, yeah stand-up. i started out doing stand-up comedy and grew up watching richard pryor. it's out today for my fans to see it. >> you did it back in your
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hometown of atlanta. that must have meant something special, as well. >> it was great. i remember going to shows at the fox -- i did it at the fox theater and remember going to shows there and saw damon wayans and told him i would be good like him and have special moments in that theater. >> you take all these breaks when doing movies. where did you get the inspiration for this. >> so much stuff. traveling, all my traveling, all my new friends i have. you know everything that happened in my life i talk about it. >> this flashback friday and have a clip from "rush hour." >> that's what i'm talking about. better give me some room. you don't know who you messing with. i'm not that young. which one of y'all kicked me. >> me. >> okay. all right.
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>> they're applauding. they couldn't see it here in the park but i hear jackie chan is saying there could be a "rush hour 4." >> i was just in beijing a couple of days ago and took my son out there. she was hanging out and jackie was like what you doing out here. i said i'm coming to see you. we karaoked every night so hopefully it's another "rush hour." >> that would be fun. so we just saw you do a little jackie chan. before you go one other co-star. how about charlie sheen from "money talks." >> i love charlie. i had so much fun working with him. he loaned me his ferrari. >> i kept it so long he forgot i had it. he was like -- >> might have been other reasons he forgot. >> that's my buddy. he's like, chris, you got my ferrari, i said yeah i think i do. >> we cannot wait to see the special "chris tucker live."
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it is on netflix right now and we'll be right back with more from walk the moon. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] and we're back now with walk the moon. they just made us all shut up and dance. their hit single from their album "talking is hard." guy, let's get back to the music. i want to talk it out with you. thanks for being with us. "shut up and dance," this is a song you released a year ago but it's taken off. triple platinum now and you guys could be the first rock band to have the song of the summer in two decades. did you guys know this song was going to be such a hit when you released it? >> we had a feeling. we had a special feeling the first time we played it live. but we had no idea it would become this amazing. >> nick i understand the song is also inspired about i a girl you met at a club in l.a.
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>> it's based on a true story. yeah there is a real girl with a backless dress and she did say shut up and dance. >> who says nothing good happens after midnight. incredible. you guys are going to kick off the second leg of your tour. going to be coming up in the fall but i heard you opened up for the rolling stones in detroit. what was that like. >> so crazy. such legends, such a great thing to be able to say for the rest of our lives we opened for the rolling stones. you know. >> unbelievable. it's crazy. you guys have said you're inspired by kind of that '80s sound. what is it about that genre, that music that inspires you? >> you know what's great, bands like -- the bands we inspired by from the '0s took weird chances. different stuff. people weren't afraid to like make popular pop music that took left turns in the right places. >> take risks. >> take risks. >> we're excited. coming up here in a second for the first time on tv we'll see you perform "different colors." talk to me about the inspiration
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for it. >> it's about diversity, it's all about celebrating each other's differences and not being afraid to show your colors you know. >> yeah that's right. >> you know what the crowd wants it. america wants it so let's give it to them. let's get back to the music, everybody. here is walk the moon for the first time ever on tv performing their new sickle "different colors." >> one, two, three. ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh yeah ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ coming up slowly oh sun over the hill daylight's still a long time coming ♪ ♪ but i know it will been under this spell oh but we're coming awake ♪
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♪ so we'll be rude we'll be loud as long as it takes ♪ ♪ this is why this is why we crank the dial to the right ♪ ♪ this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right sing ♪ ♪ o ochltoh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ different colors we carry each other ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ we're just different colors this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right ♪ ♪ we keep cranking the music up driving through our towns ♪ ♪ but they don't wanna hear they want us to turn it down ♪ ♪ so come on lovers come on haters tonight we raise the fire ♪ ♪ 'cause when the people get to dancing they forget about taking sides ♪ ♪ this is why this is why we
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crank the dial to the right ♪ >> come on. ♪ this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right sing ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ different colors ooh ooh ooh we carry each other we're just different colors ♪ ♪ this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right ♪ ♪ ♪ we're coming awake out of your spell as long as it takes we're coming awake ♪ ♪ this is why this is why we crank the dial to the right this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right ♪ ♪ i said this is why this is why
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we're tearing it up all night oh this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right ♪ ♪ sing ooh ooh ooh ♪ ♪ different colors ooh ooh ooh we carry each other ooh ooh ooh we're just different colors ♪ ♪ this is why we're biting the bullet we know the kids are right ♪ >> come on. ♪ ♪ different colors ooh ooh ooh we carry each other oh yeah ♪ ♪ we're just different colors this is why we're biting the bullet ♪ ♪ we know the kids are right ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] what an outstanding morning here on "gma." walk the moon plus the u.s. women's soccer team. we are just killing it and you guys are about to leave us with one more right? their big hit. are you ready? it's time for ♪ hanging off sore my back on the fringes ♪ ♪ we order up the walls slept on couches ♪ this house looked at this house ♪ ♪? the house south your hands on my cheeks your shoulder in my mouth i was up against the wall on the
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west we rattle this town ♪ ♪ we rattle this scene oh ♪ ♪ oh anna sun ♪ ♪ oh anna sun ♪ ♪ what do you know this house is falling apart what can i say this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ we got no money but we got heart we're gonna rattle this ghost town ♪ ♪ this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ ♪ screen falling off the door door hanging off the hinges my feet are still sore my back is on the fringes ♪ ♪ we were up against the wall on the west mezzanine we rattle this town we rattle this scene ♪
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♪ oh anna sun oh anna sun ♪ ♪ what do you know this house is fall ago part what can i say this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ we got no money but we got heart we're gonna rattle this ghost town ♪ ♪ this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ ♪ this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ ♪ live my life without station wagon rides ♪ ♪ fumbling around the back well i want everyone racing down the
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hill i am faster than you ♪ ♪ waiting for summertime why don't you wait for summertime ♪ ♪ oh anna sun oh anna sun sun ♪ ♪ what do you know this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ what can i say this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ we got no money but we got heart we're gonna rattle this ghost town ♪ ♪ what do you know this house is fall ago part ♪ ♪ what can i say this house is falling apart ♪ ♪ we got no money but we got heart ♪ ♪ we're gonna rattle this ghost town ♪ ♪ this house is falling apart ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you so much.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. we have a little rain out there. let's talk to mike about it. >> scattered in nature. look at the shower right around san mateo bridge. the eastern side of the bay bridge going into oakland and right around hercules towards highway 4 from concorde. we're going to be dealing with showers through 2:00 and we'll see some clearing late today and much warmer temperatures next week. looks like most folks are heading over the bridge through the east bay. as we look at the mcarthur maize, a 45-minute drive towards the bay bridge. that's because the golden gate bridge is off limits because you can't get to doyle drive. you can use the bridge if you want to connect through but folks are heeding the warning and traffic is light. let's take a look at 360 now.
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the golden gate. >> now it it's time for "live >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, singing siblings and reality stars nick and drew lachey. and a cuban burger is served up as we continue "live"'s "america's new grill star." and the kids are back for one more day as we conclude our "just kidding week." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, here are emmy winners kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi!


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