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♪ the lights went out and nikki started to grind ♪ good morning, america. new overnight, the search for answers. what killed prince? the autopsy, will it hold the answer? >> we have no reason to believe at this point that this was a suicide. >> the pop icon's final days. what those who saw him are saying now. what you're describing does not sound like a man on death's door. >> and his mysterious final flight. does it hold a clue to his death? >> at paisley park, 7801 audubon road. person down, not breathing. >> plus, inside prince's vault. the treasure trove locked away in the basement. thousands of recordings, but will we ever get to hear them? manhunt for a mass murderer. eight people shot execution
style, four separate crime scenes. >> you'd have to be a monster to go in and do something like that. >> why were they targeted? and that urgent overnight search for the shooter. campaign frenzy. five new contests just days away, all the candidates out stumping for votes, plus donald trump's new campaign chief. what he is saying about who the real trump really is. and the prince and the president. the adorable photos, young george greeting the leader of the free world in his jammies and upstaging his proud parents. we're live at kensington palace. and good morning, america. that memorial for prince growing right now in his home state of minnesota. dan is just outside of paisley
park, prince's estate, his h recording studio, covering that huge story for us this morning. i'm happy to have tom llamas in studio here next to me. great to have you, tom. >> great to be here and that news affecting still so many people and prince's fans celebrating the superstar overnight and still going after two straight days. this dance party, check it out in downtown minneapolis at first avenue, that club that prince loved so much, the city celebrating its favorite son with song. >> good morning to you, dan. >> reporter: an incredible scene, an incredible scene. paula and tom, good morning to you. and listen to this, in the past 48 hours fans bought more than 230,000 prince albums as well as more than a million singles and those numbers are only like to climb in the coming days. meanwhile, here at paisley park where prince lived and worked, this memorial behind me, a carpet of purple balloons and flowers is growing ever thicker and this morning the mystery of prince's death seems likely to remain unsolved for days, if not weeks. the local sheriff making crystal clear that with the eyes of the world upon him, he would rather
be right than fast. ♪ diamonds and pearls >> reporter: this morning we're getting a fuller picture of how the life of a virtuoso came to a close. 8:00 wednesday night according to the local sheriff, prince is dropped off by an acquaintance at paisley park studios where he lived and worked. the next morning his staff members get worried. >> they were trying to reach him and were unable to reach prince so they responded to paisley park and found him unresponsive in the elevator. >> at paisley park, 7801 audubon road, person down, not breathing. >> reporter: 9:47 a.m. first responders arrive. they try and fail to revive him. 10:07 a.m. prince rogers nelson is declared dead. stunning his fans, especially those who attended a dance party at prince's home just five days earlier. >> he seemed great. he seemed totally fine, energetic. >> what you're describing does not sound like a man on death's door. >> i certainly did not get that impression when i was there, that's for sure.
it just was a fun, celebratory time. >> reporter: the sheriff says there were no obvious signs of trauma on the body. >> we have no reason to believe at this point that this was a suicide. >> reporter: the medical examiner released prince to his family friday afternoon saying they won't release the autopsy results until they can get prince's family and medical history and run a complete toxicology exam which could take weeks. >> it could be days depending on the type of test and most likely weeks to have the complete set of results available to us. >> reporter: meanwhile, this morning, people all over the world remembering prince. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: singing his songs. ♪ i would die for you >> reporter: and buying them too. ♪ little red corvette >> reporter: the man behind "little red corvette" is now back at the top of the charts. his 2001 greatest hits album expected to hit number one on the billboard charts, the fifth
time he's done that. ♪ purple rain purple rain ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: fans can now see "purple rain" on the big screen in amc theaters across america. at their news conference late friday even local authorities revealed they're prince fans too. >> for our generation, he was the songbook and the narrative for some of the greatest moments in our individual lives. ♪ weekend lover >> reporter: and that is part of the reason why authorities say they are handling this investigation in such a serious and systematic way and the sheriff says he has several detectives on this case and that one of the angles they're chasing down right now is a mysterious emergency landing made by prince's private plane just days before he died, and abc's linsey davis is here in minnesota with me this morning looking into that part of the story. linsey, good morning to you.
>> reporter: good morning to you, dan. what we do know is that that plane made the emergency landing just 48 minutes away from minneapolis. and according to officials at the moline, illinois, airport, the call came in from the control tower that the plane had an unresponsive person on board. this morning we're learning more details about prince's final flight, one week before his death. his spokeswoman said he wasn't feeling well but was determined to perform after canceling two shows on april 7th. so the show went on as planned april 14th in what would be his last concert in atlanta. ♪ say you want a leader >> reporter: ail 15th, the flight took off at 12:51 a.m., an hour later the plane starts to descend dropping 45,000 feet in 17 minutes. >> if you have somebody who is really in trouble, you're going to go into an emergency descent phase, and that's obviously what happened with this aircrew.
>> reporter: at 1:18 a.m., the plane makes an emergency landing at the quad cities airport in moline, illinois, 300 miles away from the intended destination of minneapolis. >> 990 for a final 2-7. >> reporter: the airport tells abc news an aircraft en route to minneapolis diverted to mli stating a medical emergency. airport personnel made sure an ambulance was waiting. according to flight records, that private jet took off from moline at 11:57 a.m. and landed in minneapolis at 12:45 p.m. later that night his rep told abc news that the artist was resting at home and had been battling the flu for several weeks. the next day the musician went into aaron meyering's record store. >> i simply stated to him, i'm glad to see you're doing okay and i think he kind of appreciated that. >> reporter: on saturday night prince did briefly take the stage here at his compound and fans said that he looked good but reportedly prince was only in that illinois hospital for three hours before checking himself out.
dan. >> linsey, thank you. so many questions here in this case, and we will be back in the next half hour with yet another mystery, did prince leave behind a massive vault of unreleased songs, and when will we hear them? paula and tom, back now to you. >> yes, dan, that is the million dollar question, and we look forward to getting some answers to that question. dan, great reporting. we'll check in with you a little bit later. we want to move now to a breaking story out of ohio where an intense manhunt is going on after eight members of an ohio family were gunned down execution style. the rampage took place at four different locations. residents in that area are on edge, and abc's eva pilgrim has the latest on this manhunt and murder. eva. >> reporter: paula, an absolutely horrific scene and incredible tragedy. authorities now trying to find out who killed those eight people in a rural ohio town. a massive manhunt this morning, eight people dead and a killer still on the loose. police warning residents to keep their doors in this ohio
community locked as the search continues for the shooter. >> we do not know whether we're talking about one individual or two or three or more. >> there is a threat there. and i believe that threat to be armed and dangerous. >> reporter: on friday a 911 caller reporting the gruesome discovery. investigators say seven adults and one 16-year-old all killed execution style. all members of the same family that investigators think were targeted. their bodies found in four homes all less than two miles apart. >> it's heartbreaking. i mean, you know, the one -- the one mom apparently was killed in her bed with the 4-day-old right there. >> reporter: that newborn among three children who survived the massacre. stunned family members gathered at a nearby church. >> never have i ever imagined such devastation to a family, to a county. >> it's just a terrible thing. you'd have to be a monster to go in and do something like that. >> reporter: at this point
authorities say they haven't been able to pin down a motive but promise they'll be working around the clock to track down whoever is responsible. >> you said that 4-day-old and the children are okay. >> the children are okay. well, the youngest ones, the babies. >> the youngest ones, all right. thanks, eva. such a tragic story. >> so sad. let's turn now to politics this morning. moving on to the presidential race and donald trump's new campaign chief telling worried republican bigwigs the front-runner's been projecting an image all along and they'll be seeing a new guy soon. rival ted cruz pouncing on the surprising revelation and abc's mary bruce has the story from bridgeport, connecticut. mary, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well, out here on the trail trump has been railing against the republican establishment in what he says is a crooked nominating system, but behind closed doors his campaign is cozying up to the party and promising to reshape his image. >> go ahead. go ahead. what the hell. let's have some fun. >> reporter: donald trump is known for his colorful rhetoric and over-the-top antics. >> get him out of here.
get him out. build the wall. build the wall. we're going to knock the hell out of them, and then we're coming back, and we're going to rebuild our country. >> reporter: but behind closed doors his campaign suggests this is just an act. >> when he's sitting in a room when he's talking business and he's talking politics in a private room, it's a different persona. when he's out on the stage he's projecting an image that's for that purpose. >> reporter: in audio obtained by "the new york times," his new campaign chief promises republican officials trump will tone things down. >> the part that he's been playing is evolving into the part that you've been expecting but he wasn't ready for and the negatives will come down, the image is going to change. >> reporter: but with the general election around the corner, there's one thing he says won't be changing. >> crooked hillary, right? don't we run to run against crooked hillary? >> reporter: those attacks on hillary clinton. but ted cruz, who trump has dubbed lyin' ted, says trump's the one who's lying. >> he's telling us he's lying to
us. you look at what his campaign manager says is that this is just an act. this is just a show. it doesn't make any sense to support the guy who is blatantly lying to you and laughing about it. he is making fun of us right now. >> reporter: now, all this comes as the republican candidates get ready to face off in five key contests on tuesday including right here in connecticut where trump will be campaigning later today. paula. >> mary, an interesting strategy to embrace that whole two trumps, right? great to hear from you, mary. thank you. and on the democratic side, hillary clinton is looking for more momentum after trouncing bernie sanders in his native new york. she's hoping to sweep five other eastern states holding primaries on tuesday. a mini super tuesday, so to speak. abc's david wright here with the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, paula. this is one of the biggest days since super tuesday. 409 delegates at stake on the democratic side in these five states and fresh off her big win
in new york, hillary clinton does appear to have the edge. all aboard, next stop on this whistle-stop campaign are all states on the northeast corridor familiar to anyone who's ridden amtrak. rhode island, connecticut, pennsylvania, delaware and maryland. people are dubbing this the acela primary. >> hi, everybody. >> reporter: clinton is hoping to ride this train right over bernie sanders and effectively end any threat he might pose. >> i want to be the champion for all of america but particularly for our children and our grandchildren. they deserve no less. >> reporter: clinton joined by her two brothers was in scranton, p.a.last night, another of her hometowns, their father was born here and they spent summers here as kids. >> didn't we sled down court street one winter? >> reporter: sanders is not giving up the fight quoting lincoln and gettysburg. >> the fight that we are still
waging in this country right now is to maintain a government of the people, by the people and for the people. >> reporter: sanders stopped short of calling the democratic contest a civil war but said that win or lose tuesday, he's in this all the way through california. >> i am in this race to the end. i believe it is good for the democratic party that we have a vigorous debate. that we bring more people into the process. >> reporter: clinton is ahead in polls in most of these states and independent voters who have come through for bernie sanders elsewhere are locked out of all but delaware so she's expected to have a pretty good night tuesday. >> yeah, and that's the tough thing, i mean in these closed primaries, he's depending on so many independents and they can't vote. >> these are closed primaries and those are a built more difficult for him. >> thanks very much. tune in to abc's "this week" for the latest on the race for the white house and interview with bernie sanders himself, that's tomorrow on "this week." all right, let's turn to some other top stories this morning. and for that we go to ron claiborne. hey, ron. >> hey, good morning to you, tom and paula, robert. good morning, everyone.
north korea launched what is believed to be a ballistic missile interest a submarine confirming the launch this morning. north korea has been believed to be developing the technology. south korean officials saying the missile only traveled a short distance. and a surprising reversal as prosecutors in arizona move to dismiss all charges against the man they had accused of being the phoenix freeway shooter. the case against 21-year-old leslie merritt jr. has been unraveling with doubts, questions surrounding ballistic evidence and the shooting time line. the landscaper spent the last seven months in jail accused of a series of freeway shootings in the phoenix area last summer before being released on tuesday. prosecutors say they will continue investigating and could, could refile charges against merritt. fiat is announcing a major recall. more than a million vehicles being recalled because they could roll away after the driver believed that
the vehicle was put in park and the carmaker acknowledging that the electronically controlled automatic transmissions in certain models were confusing to drivers. the recall includes recent model dodge chargers, chrysler 300 sedans and jeep cherokee suvs. 41 injuries have been linked to the transmission problems. take a look at this. a tanker truck in houston, texas, stuck in a huge hole after the pavement on top of an underground garage gives way. the truck was there pumping water out of the garage which was flooded from those recent torrential rains in that area. it's not clear if that flooding also caused the top of the garage to collapse. no one, though, luckily was injured. and finally a career high score for the boston celtics. isiah thomas as he leads the celtics to a victory over the loofrl are atlanta hawks. it lands him on an elite list of celtic greats, thomas jr. scoring 42 points in game three of the first round playoff game in boston to join celtic legends larry bird, john havlicek and jo jo white as celtic players who scored at least 40 points in a
playoff game. boston won it 111-103 but still trail the atlanta hawks in that playoff series, 2-1. there is more playoff action today including two games on espn. the oklahoma thunder taking on the dallas mavericks and the l.a. clippers against portland and tomorrow, sunday, right here often abc. >> oh, there's more? >> there's more. you can see, if you want to, the san antonio spurs square off against the grizzlies at 1:00 eastern and the reigning champs, the golden state warriors and steph curry and you've probably heard of him, they're playing the houston rockets. >> stephen curry. steph. >> yeah, he's a friend of mine. i call him steph. >> informal like that. >> he owes me some money too. >> who do you have winning it all? >> i got to go with golden state. what do you think? >> how do you not? >> unstoppable. steph curry is amazing. >> i'd love to see the clippers. >> thanks for going out on a limb there. i appreciate that, ron. >> you know what, it is what it is. >> what do you want me to do? okay, i'll take the clippers. >> rob always goes out on a limb for weather. there's probably snow somewhere. >> that's a transition. >> very nicely done.
like to consider it an educated guess and we'll do our best in the next 90 seconds. take a look at this video out of california. ron's old stomping grounds, just north of there actually. madera just outside of fresno, there were some gusty wind s yesterday that knocked down a couple of trees and winds are going to continue to blow in several spots across the west including southern california as things get cranking there and a couple storms coming in and wind advisories for flagstaff, arizona, as well. so could be some dust storms. got to be aware of that. not one, but two storms coming into the west. both will have some wind and some rain. about 1 to 2 inches of rain with that but a decent amount of jet stream energy that will hold together as it gets into the plains and that's going to create some problems tomorrow with the first system in the form of severe weather, northern oklahoma back through northern iowa including des moines and lincoln, nebraska, could see some strong winds and large hail, maybe a couple of isolated tornadoes i think later in the week, say tuesday or wednesday. we'll talk more about that. a better chance of seeing severe weather. but out ahead of tomorrow's system, look at this heat coming up. 80 in oklahoma city, 75 degrees in st. louis and by sunday or
this is today. by sunday we're looking at temperatures in the lower 80s across st. louis and near 80 degrees in chicago and eventually the northeast is going to warm up but it will be cool for a little bit. 72 degrees in san diego. some winds there, 61 and rainy in portland, 83 in houston looks good. some showers in the east coast in the morning and drying out in the afternoon. >> all right, we'll talk more about that severe weather threat and we'll go out on a limb, paula.
>> thank you. >> we'll go into may and talk about the extended outlook and i think if you like warmer weather, you'll like that. >> thank you. that's so giving of you. thank you, rob. >> i'm going out on a limb so i wouldn't trust much of it. >> no, i always trust you. you're always 100% accurate. correct. it is not forecasting. it is the sure thing with rob marciano. >> god bless you, paula. >> i know. you know, i got to guess this next story probably not high on the list of things anyone wants to happen to them or seems enjoyable. it's maybe one of your worst nightmares. imagine being stuck in an elevator but worse or we could say gets better with eight offensive linemen, notoriously some of the biggest guys on the team. university of southern california offensive tackle zach banner tweeted the entire incident saying we are stuck in an elevator with seven of our teammates. >> yeah, and at one point firefighters were able to open the doors of the elevator in between floors and give the guys some water. so what do you do when there are eight guys stuck in an elevator,
maybe this. ♪ it's the elevator ride it's the elevator ride ♪ ♪ it's the elevator ride it's the elevator ride ♪ ♪ slapbacks and cadillacs ♪ slapbacks and cadillacs ♪ slapbacks and cadillacs ♪ slapbacks and cadillacs ♪ it's the elevator ride it's the elevator ride ♪ ♪ it's the elevator ride it's the elevator ride ♪ ♪ what what >> elevator ride. that's catchy. >> well, it is. >> slapbacks and cadillacs. i love those lyrics. >> wait. what did you just say? >> slapbacks and cadillacs. that's what they were rapping. >> i actually didn't pick that up. thank you for deciphering that for me. >> the men were trapped for just 90 minutes. >> just? >> but they were trapped after dinner. >> oh, after dinner. after 90 minutes. >> which meant that there was even more food and the weight -- >> tmi, tmi, guys. >> that may have set off the elevator. >> you said just 90 minutes. have you ever been trapped in an elevator? >> with eight large men. >> is it that bad? i guess so. >> i've been trapped in an elevator for 45 minutes and it was sinking like every ten minutes and one woman started having a panic attack. and it was not enjoyable. >> you didn't break out your
freestyle rap? >> no, i didn't feel like rapping at that point. >> not the elevator rap. >> next time we're going to rap. >> slapbacks and cadillacs. >> slapbacks and cadillacs. thanks to you for bringing that one up, tom. and coming up on "gma," prince's vault. thousands of unreleased tracks believed to be hidden away at his paisley park park mansion. will his fans ever get to hear them? that's the million dollar questions. adorable prince george upstaged all the adults. the priceless moment coming up. "good morning america" is brought to you by kohl's. okay, spinach. gotta get those b's in. oh, kale. yes, kale. kale, kale kale. carrots mm... beta carotene. yes, i like it. listo. mmmm. mmmm. mmmm. i feel healthier already. me too. fitness in real life.
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welcome back to "gma" on this saturday morning. the candidates are out campaigning in full force this weekend. there are big primaries on tuesday with five states up for grabs. hillary clinton trying to keep the momentum after new york while donald trump's new top aide says we'll be seeing a change. plus, police release new video released in the mysterious killing of a fitness instructor at a church in texas. surveillance cameras captured the suspected killer. we now know the mother of three died from a head wound. and a solar powered plane making its way across the world is set to land in the san francisco bay area today. the flight from hawaii considered the riskiest part of that record-breaking journey. also coming up, look who stayed up past his bedtime. prince george, showing off his good manners and shaking hands
with president obama. we'll have more on the dinner at kensington palace coming up. but if you're going to let your kids break their bedtime rules, i'd say it's okay for the president. >> i want to break down that photo as a parent because he was dressed so perfectly. and he's so young. >> in a robe that you'd get from housekeeping almost. in his little slippers, adorable. >> all right, but first just as there are questions surrounding prince's death, there are also questions about the legacy of the music he left behind. >> fans are convinced that some of his best work could still be stashed away, so let's go back to dan in front of prince's paisley park estate just outside of minneapolis and, dan, the big question, will fans ever get to hear some of this work? >> reporter: hey, guys, good morning once again. it turns out that in the basement of paisley park, the sprawling 46,000-square-foot complex behind me, there may be a room, a sort of vault, filled with unreleased music. a bonanza for fans perhaps but it could also set up a big fight. ♪ this is what it sounds like when doves cry ♪
>> reporter: for prince fans salving the wound of his loss by diving into his massive library of music, some good news this morning. ♪ two thousand zero zero party over oops out of time ♪ >> reporter: the seven-time grammy award winner reportedly left behind a secret vault of songs so vast his estate could release an album a year for the next century. >> we could put out more work in a month than most people could do in a year or more. >> reporter: susan rogers, a former recording engineer for prince in the 1980s says the purple one was recording so much that she started collecting his tapes and storing them in one place. ♪ sign your name on the dotted line the lights went out and nikki started to grind ♪ >> reporter: meaning undiscovered songs could become available dating all the way back to 1984, back to the time of his signature "purple rain." blueprints give us a view inside prince's massive studio complex and home, paisley park, including the section in the basement marked tape vault b9. rogers describes it as a giant
room filled with shelves that filled up quickly with private sonic treasures all sealed behind a door locked with a large spinning wheel. >> at the moment we spoke he had five albums in his head. he just needed to sort of get them out. >> reporter: prince himself rarely discussed the so-called vault but did tell abc's "the view" that he believed one way or the other the material would eventually become public. >> one day someone will release them. i don't know that i'll get to release them. >> reporter: but here's the thing, prince wasn't married and he had no kids so with no obvious heirs, could representatives for his estate now battle over his music? it would be an ironic twist for a man who spent five years waging a very public war against his record label, warner brothers, for control of his music. >> no, i don't own "purple rain" and i don't own "when doves cry." >> reporter: in the end, the beneficiaries of this vaunted vault end up being his fans who miss their prince but could have enormous amounts as of yet
unheard music to keep his memory very much alive. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: and back now at paisley park with a few final observations, we have all been so struck by the sheer diversity of the people showing up here to pay their respects over the past couple of days, all ages, all races, even entire families and this despite the fact that prince was known for his rather racy lyrics. the other thing we've noticed is that the memorial events we've attended have been about, and i'm kind of making this up, but about 20% sadness and 80% celebration. and when i asked one person why that is, she said it's because prince was larger than life which means he can never really leave us. paula and tom and the gang, that's it from paisley park on this saturday morning. i will see you back in new york tomorrow. >> dan, will you be taking a little red corvette back to new york city? >> reporter: then i would see you back in new york on tuesday. >> all right. dan, phenomenal reporting, thank you so much and -- >> thank you. >> -- we'll see you back here tomorrow. it is time now for the weather with rob.
rob, great to have you here this morning as always. >> hi, paula, hi, tom. if you're driving across the country in the east coast, put the top down once the rain moves out. we are getting into severe weather season now in through mid-april. it's been fairly quiet but the next system that comes in over the weekend will arrive in the plains on tuesday, it's got a lot of cool air behind it and some dry air, as well and i think it will tap moisture from the gulf of mexico and our computer models indicating a decent amount of cape or a lot of energy in the atmosphere, a potential for a lot of rising air and we just need to get a little more jet juice and that can make things pop from oklahoma to wichita then on wednesday a little bit further to the east. looking beyond that, with that kind of pattern in place, it looks like it'll be in place for a couple of weeks. we'll have several shots of severe weather, but what it means for the east coast is that through early may we'll be above average, so temperatures will feel a little bit more june-like, i think, as we go through time. today in the northeast, some rain this morning, then some slow clearing and temperatures will be on the chilly side with breezy conditions but no
>> this weather report is brought to you by listerine, >> this weather report is brought to you by listerine, paula asking me what is jet juice and just high winds at the upper levels of the atmosphere. >> thank you for clarifying that for i think everybody. >> that's the technical term. >> jet juice. i will not forget that. all right, rob. coming up on "good morning america," royal occasion, will and kate welcome president and mrs. obama to kensington palace but it was prince george, take a look, who stole the show, all about the big evening just ahead. look, who stole the show, all about the big evening just ahead. this is 100% useful for a 100% fresh mouth. what's it like to not feel 100% fresh? we don't know. we swish listerine®. as do listerine® users. the very people we studied in
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welcome back. we've been showing you this priceless photo of prince george shaking hands with president obama at kensington palace. >> i just can't get enough of the little terry cloth robe. it's adorable. >> that's amazing. >> just a small part of a very big evening as the duke and duchess of cambridge as well as prince harry welcomed the obamas for dinner. lots of good cheer all around and abc's terry moran joins us from london with more. hi, terry. >> reporter: good morning, guys. you know, the obamas are having
a ball on this trip. yes, it's a presidential visit. there are serious issues being discussed here. but this is also really a farewell visit by the obamas to america's closest ally, especially the royal family. overnight they are the photos everyone is talking about. that moment with little prince george, president obama still buzzing about it this morning. >> nothing was going to stop me from wishing happy birthday to her majesty and meeting george, who was adorable. >> reporter: at kensington palace on friday as the obamas were welcomed by prince william, and kate, the duchess of cambridge and prince harry the little prince was there peeking out at the cameras. george was up past his bedtime and he joined the grown-ups during their cocktails looking dapper in jammies, black slippers and a monogrammed white robe. the little prince was also spotted playing on a rocking horse given to him by the president and first lady as a gift when he was born.
it's been a very royal trip for the obamas. they visited queen elizabeth on friday and president obama who is the 12th u.s. president during her reign seemed almost wistful about bidding her good-bye. >> she's an astonishing person and a real jewel to the world and not just to the united kingdom. >> reporter: and this morning a bit of the bard for president obama as he visited the famous globe theater where actors performed scenes from "hamlet" outdoors just like they did in shakespeare's day. the president's event this morning, a town hall with british youth and young professionals, and one of those young professionals, benedict cumberbatch seen in the audience there. it's been that kind of trip. paula and tom. >> all right. terry, thank you. tom, this really moved you. didn't it? >> it did because the little prince, it's so funny, he's dressed so well and he's such a little guy with the robe, the slippers and the pajamas, he's
got to be well behaved because little kids would like tear all those clothes off. >> we're thinking about our kids not -- >> yeah. >> and then he was able to sit in on that meeting with all of them as well. >> and had his thumb tucked in right there. he's like so royal. >> are we bad parents that our children wouldn't -- >> we're just not royalty, clearly. >> good point. all right, well, coming up on "good morning america," we have breaking "baywatch" news. rachel, can you give us a hint or no? >> the hoff is giving you a little. >> a familiar face heads back to the beach. afamiliar face heads back to the beach. ♪ familiar face heads back to the beach. ♪ because when they ship with us, their business becomes our business. that's why we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. here, there, everywhere. united states postal service priority: you
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>> and welcome back. time for "pop news" and rachel is here. >> yes, great to be back with you guys this weekend. okay, brace yourself. and prepare yourselves for plenty of slo-mo running scenes. guys, pamela anderson is officially heading back to the beach for the new "baywatch" movie. >> okay. >> dwayne "the rock" johnson made the surprise casting announcement on instagram saying welcome home. we couldn't have made this movie without you. now, anderson joins another original cast member, david hasselhoff, aha. but both of the stars will be playing new characters for the movie. those trademark red swimsuits will be hitting theaters next year. >> so, wait, that was all slo-mo? kidding. >> just to watch that. >> it is. >> gives you a warm feeling. >> gives you a warm feeling? >> no, i'm just teasing. what's next, rachel? >> let's move on. guys, so it's not quite swimming weather just yet but luckily you don't have to brave the elements to test out the new
water slide at schlitterbahn water park in galveston, texas. now, the point of view in this video, my gosh, it's giving us a splash-free experience of what it's like to ride what the park says will be the tallest water coaster, everyone. oh, yeah. it features four uphill blasts and about 2 1/2 football fields' worth of water slide which is guaranteed to make a splash when it opens this summer. >> what was that water park called? >> it's called schlitterbahn water park. schlitterbahn water park. >> and interesting name. >> yes, and i think i'm pronouncing it correctly, the german word for massive, which it is, it's like 123 steps up to the top, so if you need to work your way back down, 226 steps total. >> it's just easier to get on the ride and go through. >> yes. my math was not correct there but, yeah, 123 -- anyway, because of this fiery stuff sitting in front of us, if you guys are the type of person who's got hot sauce in your bag
swag then you better get yourself to the hot sauce expo heating up in new york. that's from beyonce if you -- >> why is ron putting on latex gloves? >> because he's dabbing into something. >> yes. >> the pepper fest runs today and tomorrow at the brooklyn expo center and features more than 50 of the best hot sauce makers around the country. i brought some of the more unique flavors here. >> pass them around. >> yeah. would you guys like to -- whoo! i mean, that just looks very, very dangerous. >> oh, is that stuff that tastes like buffalo wing sauce? >> there's one that is like chocolate, chocolate habanero. another one has like key lime and -- >> which one should we stay away? >> yes. >> all of them. >> this one that says danger. >> they're all super hot. >> are you going to taste it? >> that one right there is the carolina reaper. >> the carolina reaper? >> the carolina reaper. it is rated one of the -- it says danger. >> this one? >> but, yes, the carolina reaper is rated the world's hottest pepper. >> are you going to try it? >> someone tasting it would likely break a guinness world record tasting
it, but might be doing it now. >> we'll get a medic. >> give it a go. we have milk handy if you need it. >> tune in to see if he's going to react tomorrow. >> take a bigger bite. >> he can't breathe. >> oh, eat the whole thing. >> it's going to kick in soon. everybody, thanks for watching. tom, thanks for being here. >> it was worth it for this. >> here it goes. >> oh, my gosh. that's amazing. >> held up. held up. held up.
good morning. evan. we can expect some pleasant weather conditions today. here's meteorologist lisa argen. good morning, lisa. >> a record rain over a half inch. certainly seasonal dry and conditions to enjoy over the weekend. it's clear. we do have a few areas of fog but the tower camera is showing the golden gate bridge. you can see some of that with the low cloudiness there. low 50s in san jose, mid 50s in mountain view and 60 in oakland. the city in the background there and cloud cover with upper 40s