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good morning, america. high alert. the strong storms ripping through the west. pounding hail, 70-mile-an-hour winds as the heartland braces for a tornado outbreak. more than 35 million people in the crosshairs. we're live on the scene. and voters in five states head to the polls this morning. donald trump looking for a clean sweep as the billionaire takes aim at that secret pact to stop him. >> it shows such total weakness and it's pathetic. >> and clinton looking to deliver a knockout blow to bernie sanders. he joins us live this morning. dramatic rescue. a teenager pinned under a 6,000-pound truck unable to free himself and this quick-thinking delivery man who pulled the 17-year-old to safety. what he said to the man who saved his life. and take a look at the ultimate selfie.
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this shot snapped during one of bruce springsteen's epic shows. the big surprise from the boss gave this fan a photo she'll never forget. and good morning, america. well, you can't do much better than that at a springsteen concert. >> it's all about timing with the selfie. hers were perfect. big day in politics. let's look live at some polling places. five states voting today. that's maryland and pennsylvania right there. and both front-runners hoping to pull away today. >> because one of the big questions, can hillary clinton lock in the nomination tonight or can bernie sanders turn the tide? we'll talk to bernie sanders live this morning. >> that's right. that's coming up. but first, so much of the country under severe weather threat this morning. tornadoes and hail taking aim and rob is right in the middle of the target zone in norman, oklahoma, good morning, rob. >> good morning, george. today is shaping up certainly to be a dangerous day here in the plains and aside from the threat
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for tornadoes, we're going to see some big-time hail. look at this picture of a hailstone that fell in san antonio, texas, yesterday, baseball to softball size hail. these come down at 90 to 100 miles an hour. this is a dangerous situation. also the winds in southern california has been flying all week. this car canopy and flipping it around. some of those wind dynamics will feed the system in the plains. we expect from the texas/oklahoma border all the way up to southern nebraska, damaging winds and hail all of the way down to austin. tomorrow less of a threat but into more populated areas. it looks to be a two-day event. inside that building, the storm prediction center, the brightest minds in tornado forecasting no doubt they will be busy today. robin. >> rob, thank you. now to the big day in the race for the white house. five states up for grabs. pennsylvania, the biggest prize,
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the big news in the republican race, ted cruz and john kasich banding together to try and stop donald trump. but can it work? abc's tom llamas is at a polling place in pennsylvania. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the voting now under way here in pennsylvania. and a first for the trump campaign. trump handing out these delegates slate, these are basically the trump delegates that will support him at the convention. so now the trump campaign wants to make sure they not only win the votes here but they also win the support they need at the convention. >> who's going to vote for trump? >> reporter: this morning, donald trump eyeing a clean sweep of five states voting today. but still bitter about the cruz/kasich alliance. >> lyin' ted announced that he can't win by himself. he cannot do it. you know, he's a joker. >> reporter: the front-runner going after his republican rivals after senator ted cruz and governor john kasich announced they'd stay out of each other's way in certain primaries. to beat the billionaire. trump calling it collusion,
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upset over that and apparently kasich's eating habits. >> this guy takes a pancake and he's shoving it in his mouth. it's disgusting. do you want that for your president? i don't think so. >> reporter: even claiming his 10-year-old son was sickened by the ohio governor. >> he said, daddy, who is that guy on television? that's disgusting. >> reporter: kasich firing back. >> i mean, the man is full of insults. he's been insulting me all day. i kind of chuckle. i think it's humorous. the trump people are very desperate, they're very fearful. >> reporter: trump not stopping there. also sounding off on appearances and hillary clinton. >> do i look like a president? how handsome am i, right? how handsome? somebody said he really does look good but, you know, i don't know if he's presidential -- and i'm looking at the stage of people. my competitors. does hillary look presidential to you? >> reporter: but as trump talked looks and table manners, senator cruz talks strategy. >> this is not your father's
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gop. >> reporter: focusing now on indiana which votes next week. cruz predicting his campaign picks up steam in upcoming western primaries. >> as it shifts back west, lot of states will -- it shifts to indiana, north dakota and the big enchilada of california. >> reporter: now, this morning, apparently there is peace in one of the biggest fights this campaign season, donald trump agreeing to sit down with megyn kelly for a special interview that airs in mid-may. this would be the two's first interview since that famous exchange in the first presidential debate. george. >> okay, tom, thanks very much. let's go to the democrats now. and their front-runner, hillary clinton, hoping to put away the challenge from bernie sanders with a strong showing today. the big prize of pennsylvania is key and abc's david wright is on the scene in philadelphia right now. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. we're at a union headquarters, the american federation of teachers, and just for today as you can see it is a hub of
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hillary clinton's get out the vote machine. union workers, teachers in this case, picking up voter lists, getting ready to knock on doors and get people to the polls. with their help she's expecting a big win today. closing out her campaign here at philadelphia's city hall, hillary clinton was brimming with confidence. >> look, i have the greatest respect for senator sanders but really what he and his supporters are now saying just doesn't add up. i have 2.7 million more votes than he has. >> reporter: but just outside -- >> feel the bern. >> reporter: busloads of bernie supporters intent on crashing the party. clinton is favored to win all five of the states voting today, virtually shutting down any pathway to victory for bernie sanders. but sanders is vowing to fight on. >> he's going to participate in every primary and caucus till the end. >> reporter: but already he sounds like he sees the end in sight. >> i will do everything in my power to make sure that no
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republican gets into the white house in this election. >> reporter: clinton is already looking past him, saving her sharpest jabs for the republicans. >> actually i think when you run for president you should tell people what you want to do. you shouldn't make promises you can't keep. you shouldn't just, you know, rant and rave with the trump-like demagoguery. >> reporter: already out on the stump you can hear clinton reaching out to those sanders supporters talking about the minimum wage, talking about rolling back citizens united hoping to win them over to her cause. robin. >> all right, david, thank you. let's look at the road ahead for the candidates. abc's jon karl is here in the studio with us to break it down. the all-important delegate count. jon, let's -- start with the republicans. >> reporter: well, robin, donald trump is already closing in on the 1,237 he needs to win. and if you look at the states that are voting today, these are the ones in dark red, they represent 172 delegates combined. that's as much as the state of
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california and trump is poised to win the majority of them which is why you see this deal between cruz and kasich. cruz is going to concentrate on the state of indiana which votes next week and is shaping up as a do or die primary for those wanting to stop trump. >> and so, what about the numbers for the democrats, jon? >> well, hillary clinton is even closer to getting the delegates she needs to win and if you look at the states for the democrats today, five states, four of them are closed primaries. that means independents cannot vote and bernie sanders has done very well with independents, in fact, he has not won a single closed primary so far. >> all right, jon, thank you. okay, let's talk to bernie sanders right now. he joins us from philadelphia this morning. senator sanders, thank you for joining us. right now you just heard jon karl right there. you've had some tougher luck in these closed all democratic primaries. can you pull off a miracle in pennsylvania today? >> i think we can. i think we're going to do very well in all five states and i think the reason, george, is our message is resonating. you know, when we begin this
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campaign we were 60 points behind hillary clinton, some recent national polls have us ahead of her. and in matchups against donald trump in almost every instance we are having a higher margin of defeating trump than is hillary clinton. so we are feeling good. we won 16 states already. i think we're going to have a chance to win more today and then it's out west where i think we have a very good chance to win the largest state in this country, california. >> but hillary clinton is most likely to be about 90% of the way there on delegates after tonight. and you and i talked on sunday and i asked you if you would do for her what she did for president obama back in 2008 after she lost she campaigned hard for him. you said that was totally dependent on what the clinton platform is. secretary clinton responded last night. listen. >> and i did not put down conditions. i didn't say, you know what, if senator obama does x, y and z maybe i'll support him. i said, i am supporting senator obama because no matter what our
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differences might be, they pale in comparison to the differences between us and the republicans. that's what i did. >> are you prepared to give her your unconditional support if she gets the delegates? >> well, george, george, i don't want to break the bad news to you, but the election is not over yet. we are here today competing in five states. we have ten more states to go after this and we're going to do the best that we can to bring our message that, in fact, it is too late for establishment politics and economics. george, i have been all over this country and i have been in inner cities where youth unemployment is 40%, 50% with childhood unemployment is off the charts where we are seeing incredible disparities between the rich and everybody else. we're the only country on earth, major country, doesn't guarantee health care to all of our people or paid family and medical leave. i'm going to give every person in this country the right to decide who is going to be president of the united states, what the agenda is of the democratic party.
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that's what our campaign is about, talking real issues, not process, not worries about what will happen when it will happen but let me repeat. i intend to do everything i can if i am not the nominee to make sure that some republican does not sit in the white house, but for the moment, we're going to fight all the way to the philadelphia convention and we're going to win as many delegates as we can and we believe we do have a path toward victory. >> all the way to the convention. that seems like a change when you said earlier in the week when you said you'd fight through california. even if she has the delegates after california you'll keep on fighting? >> we are going to fight through california and then we see what happens. here's one of the important points, george, to be made. and you correct me if i'm wrong on this, every national poll and every statewide poll that i have seen has bernie sanders doing significantly better against donald trump than is hillary clinton. is that right? i think that is right and i think -- >> but secretary clinton said
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she's gotten 2.7 more million votes than you have. >> well, first of all she is not accounting some of the caucus states but the point is, in virtually every national poll and in every statewide poll bernie sanders versus donald trump does significantly better than hillary clinton versus donald trump and that is true for other republican candidates, as well. the bottom line is, we have a message that is resonating not only with democrats but with independents, as well. and we are handicapped. i think we're going to do fine today. we know what the rules are and we're going to fight for every vote we can get in pennsylvania, connecticut, et cetera. but, in fact, in these states independents can't vote. we do a lot better with independents than hillary clinton does, guess what, independents do vote in the general election. >> senator sanders, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> robin. >> we'll see what happens in the five primaries. now to the latest development in deflategate. a judge ruling that the patriots quarterback tom brady will have
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to sit out the first four games of next season after all. abc's linsey davis has the latest. it goes on and on. >> reporter: it goes on and on, good morning to you, robin. yes, tom brady's four-game suspension is now back in play but there are still a number of questions like, will brady appeal? will the nfl still enforce the full suspension? one thing that's clear, deflategate is not going anywhere any time soon. just when you thought it was over, deflategate is back in the headlines with all-star quarterback tom brady's playing status once again on the line. >> touchdown! >> reporter: on monday, a federal appeals court ruled in favor of the nfl. reinstating the new england patriots quarterback's original four-game suspension imposed by nfl commissioner roger goodell last may. the court saying goodell properly exercised his broad discretion and did not deprive brady of fundamental fairness. presidential candidate donald trump disagrees. >> leave tom brady alone. >> this decision basically says that roger goodell has the power
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to do what the union told him he could do. >> reporter: last year the nfl suspended brady for four games after an independent investigator found it more probable than not that brady was allegedly involved with patriots staff in an alleged scheme to take air out of new england's footballs to presumably make them easier to catch during this afc championship game against the indianapolis colts. >> i didn't alter the ball in any way. >> reporter: brady repeatedly denied any involvement in the alleged scheme and he took his case to court where his suspension was overturned. on monday, the nfl said it was pleased with the outcome of the hearing but the nfl players association expressed disappointment saying, our union will carefully review the decision, consider all of our options and continue to fight for players' rights. now, goodell has said from the beginning that this case isn't just about brady but it's about enforcing the nfl's rights in the collective bargaining agreement. now, brady could still appeal this latest decision and take it all the way to the supreme court.
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robin. >> we'll see if he does. all right, linsey, thank you. now to amy with the morning's other headlines, beginning with news out of north carolina. >> that's right. this is a court decision that is being watched closely across the country. a federal judge has upheld a controversial voter identification law in north carolina. the law requires a photo i.d. to vote. it also prohibits same day registration and voting. supporters including the republican governor say it will reduce voter fraud, critics argue it unfairly burdens minorities. the judge said opponents failed to show that and an appeal is expected. well, al qaeda has claimed responsibility for the murder of a gay rights activist who worked at the u.s. embassy in bangladesh. xulhaz mannan and a friend were stabbed on monday. an al qaeda group claims they were targeted for promoting homosexuality. the head of new york's september 11th memorial has now apologized to a group of middle school chorus students who were ordered to stop singing the national anthem at the site.
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a security guard ordered them to cease and desist because they didn't have a permit to perform. a spokesman now acknowledges that officer did not act appropriately and the kids who are from north carolina have been invited to return. well, in sports nba superstar steph curry will be out for at least two weeks because of a sprained knee. he is not the only star suffering during the playoffs. chris paul broke his hand during the clippers loss to the blazers. no word yet on how long he will be sidelined. and finally, dog lovers may have a hard time believing this one. a new study finds dogs do not like being hugged. scientists found dog's stress and anxiety levels rise when they're hugged and say dogs are built to run, not cuddle and would much rather get a pat on the head instead. 80% of the dogs they studied showed at least one sign of stress. when i hug brody i can hear him. he doesn't like it. like i can tell but i still hug him anyway. is that wrong?
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>> i'm not sure about this because little lucas, man, he loves -- >> he might be in the 20%. >> okay, okay. >> not buying it. >> what does brody do? >> he goes, eeh. >> thank you, amy. speaking of animals. we do have some breaking news overnight, a bear holding a california neighborhood captive leading authorities on a wild chase tracking him down. take a look. the standoff began at 8:00 p.m. at los angeles mission college where students spotted a four-legged furry brown intruder. within minutes police officers, firefighters, animal control officers were all on a wild chase but the 125-pound bear was undeterred as he climbed over this fence scrambling to catch his footing. the television news crews scatter. for two hours the year and a half old bear scaled walls, hid behind cars and traversed fences and alleys before ending up in this sylmar neighborhood. >> i called the neighbor and said hope your dogs are inside.
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roaming house to house. >> we heard noise and i walked outside and saw the bear walking past the back door. across our backyard then across the neighbor's fence. >> reporter: eventually authorities caught up and tranquilized the runner. the bear falling asleep and carted away. to be returned to its rightful home in angeles national park. all is well that ends well. he is fine, the bear. a little bit of a scare for the neighborhood. >> sure was. let's go back to rob out in norman, oklahoma. rob, that hail coming down is really something. >> yeah, george, we showed you that huge hailstone. these hailstones are smaller but accumulating. in michigan, severe storms rolled in overnight. this wave rolling along the front that's in the northeast this morning for showers and storms, which some could be severe from philadelphia to baltimore. your tuesday trivia brought to you by kohl's.
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the desperate search for this killer dressed in police s.w.a.t. gear who took the life of a mother of three. the victim's mother-in-law speaking out this morning pleading for the killer to come forward. and the new woman who may be at the center of the mystery in beyonce's landmark song "lemonade" is coming up. ♪ they don't love you like i love you step down ♪ thousands of people came out today to run the race for retirement. so we asked them... are you completely prepared for retirement? okay, mostly prepared? could you save 1% more of your income? it doesn't sound like much, but saving an additional 1% now, could make a big difference over time. i'm going to be even better about saving. you can do it, it helps in the long run. prudential bring your challenges the disneyland resort diamond celebration. it's been 60 years in the making. don't miss your chance to see it all dazzle.
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we have slow traffic along the san mateo bridge, though. no stalls or accidents, just a lot of folks out there for about a 15- to 17 minute drive. before you get to the span on 880, you have to get your way through an accident southbound 880 at eighth street, traffic backed up to 238. that is about a 20-minute delay just to get to the tolls, reggie. >> thank you. back with m
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♪ ♪ maxx life in store and online. find brands you love at prices that work as hard as you do. good morning. we're back. about as cold as it will get today. 42 in napa and oakland and san francisco. much calmer for your ferry ride. the breezes will pick up a little as we head into the afternoon hours, about 20 to 30 at the coast, 10 to 20 around the bay shore. those temperatures at 9:00 near 60 except for at the coast. we'll be into the 60s by noon.
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upper 60s to low 70s away from the coast at 4:00. if you're going to the game this evening, about the same as yesterday, 58 at 7:15, ending up at 55 and hopefully a win. scattered light shower or thunderstorm possible tomorrow. look at the heat this weekend, reggie. i see a 90. coming up on "gma," dramatic rescue caught on tape. a u.p.s. driver saves a teen pin underneath a truck. that's coming up.
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♪ footloose kick off your sunday shoes ♪ welcome back to "gma." it was famous dance night on "dancing with the stars." there's antonio brown and sharna doing a little "footloose." ginger channeled her inner janet jackson last night, as well. we'll have the big moments from last night coming up. >> miss jackson if you're nasty. yes, we'll settle that later. also, right now, five states head to the polls. it's a make-or-break day for bernie sanders who just told george that he believes that he is going to keep fighting all the way to the convention. and right now, millions in the bull's-eye this morning as the midwest braces for a powerful dangerous tornado outbreak. much of the rest of the doesn't facing severe storms this morning as well. then there's the beyonce story. the newest clue now about who she really may have been talking about in her video, her video
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album we're calling it. we'll get into that coming up. george. >> a little controversy going on there. >> hold your breath. but we'll begin with new details in that chilling murder of a fitness instructor at a texas church. the suspect seen on that surveillance tape dressed in s.w.a.t. gear and the victim's family is now speaking out. abc's ryan smith has the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, george. just over a week ago, missy bevers, the mother of three, was killed before a fitness class. her family now coming forward speaking out asking those who know the killer to please come forward and turn them in. was this masked murderer caught on camera ominously dressed in tactical gear targeting fitness instructor missy bevers? this morning, as the manhunt for the mother of three's killer intensifies her family is now saying they believe it just wasn't a case of being in the
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wrong place at the wrong time. bevers' mother-in-law, marsha tucker says she believes the killer may have tracked the fitness instructor's movement on social media. >> the person probably knew by looking at her facebook just seeing what time, that's how she showed her other boot campers, you know, what time the classes started, whoever knew she gets there early, they got there earlier. >> reporter: the 45-year-old was last seen entering this church at 4:20 a.m. on april 18th. setting up for a boot camp class. the suspected killer caught on surveillance video at 3:50 a.m. dressed head to toe in police s.w.a.t. gear. students for her 5:00 a.m. class discovering bevers' body. >> i can't tell whether the person is a man or woman. the police estimate this person is six foot tall but, if you look at the mannerisms, how they walk, there's something distinctive there. somebody has to be able to point this out. >> reporter: but more than a week later, police aren't releasing any new leads or motives. the beloved wife and mother laid to rest on saturday. her family pleads for the killer to come forward.
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tucker writing him or her an open letter on facebook. >> you know who you are. your husband, wife and family members know who you are. they know by your special walk. give some honor back to your family. god will forgive you and we will forgive you. >> now, marsha says that missy's daughters are doing better than expected. but that they're asking her how long they will be sad. she hasn't heard from police but she says she trusts them to do their job. and as for the killer she says the anger is still there but that the family will, quote, forgive them in time. >> got to be hard, though. okay, ryan, thanks very much. >> thank you. now to a fiery plane crash in florida. the plane smashing into a home shortly after takeoff bursting into flames and the desperate race against time to save the people caught inside. abc's david kerley all the details for us, good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the story of survival and those three survivors fighting for their lives this morning facing significant burns on their
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bodies. as you mentioned, the crash right after takeoff. this morning investigators trying to determine why it crashed. intense flames in the florida neighborhood. >> okay, you got a totally engulfed house here. >> reporter: a small plane at the center of the inferno. >> aircraft crash, i'm being advised per the tower it's a half mile just east. >> as soon as i turned there was a fireball and then it was just a huge amount of black smoke. >> reporter: first responders rushing to find survivors. >> we have three patients, all patients are alive. >> reporter: one of those survivors ejected from the plane, two others walking away with the help of residents who braved the flames. >> i need you to handle the three patients real quick. >> copy. >> reporter: someone was at home in the house with the roof on fire but escaped. >> when the plane hit his house it actually bounced over one house and ended up in the yard of the next house. so, obviously, there were some very fortunate people. >> reporter: the faa says the twin-engine plane was practicing takeoffs and landings at the pompano, florida, airport going down a half mile from the runway.
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it's unclear whether it was a private plane or a flight school aircraft. >> did you see what happened? >> yeah, i saw it. that was a departure stall. >> reporter: this suggests the beechcraft duchess nosed up too much or lost an engine then plugged toward the ground. there are more accidents and deaths involving small planes in the u.s. every year, nearly four accidents every day, more than 260 deaths a year. now, those three survivors were burned over 30% to 40% of their bodies and are undergoing treatment this morning. both the ntsb and the faa are investigating the accident. george and robin. >> okay, david, thanks very much. and now dramatic rescue caught on camera when a hero leapt into action to save a teen pinned under his truck. abc's kayna whitworth has the story. >> reporter: this terrifying surveillance footage shows the moment 17-year-old cameron king's 6,000-pound truck fell right on his head. he had been working underneath when the jack tipped over. >> the whole car just collapsed and i was supporting as much as i could with my neck and
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shoulders. >> reporter: cameron flailing his arms and yelling for help. >> when this happened, i thought what's the best thing i can do? first thing, yell and call for help. >> reporter: brian phillips, a local u.p.s. driver, making deliveries in the area heard cameron's screams. >> i jumped out and see what i could do. >> reporter: phillips jumping into action grabbing cameron and putting him to safety. >> he popped out and he was standing up, i couldn't believe he was okay. >> reporter: the california teen avoiding major injury, just some scratches to his face and a busted lip, his parents grateful for the hero who stepped in. >> thank you, brian. >> thank you again. >> god bless. >> we are so blessed and it's a miracle when you see that video when you see his truck go down. >> reporter: overnight the two reuniting, cameron thanking the man who saved his life. >> thank you. >> remember the first thing you said when you popped up. is my truck okay? your truck is okay. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> "is my truck okay?" >> i like seeing those smiles. and coming up here, the
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back now at 7:41 with new back now at 7:41 with new hints overnight about who could be at the center of all those questions raised by beyonce's blockbuster video album, a picture surfacing from another pop star has sent beyonce fans into overdrive and abc's diane macedo is here with details. good morning, diane. >> reporter: good morning, lara. beyonce's social media fans have a reputation for coming after anyone who dares disrespect her but some lyrics from her new album seem to have the beyhive confused as to who to target but that's not stopping them. ♪ >> reporter: it's the pop culture question plaguing millions this morning, just who is becky? ♪ better call becky with the good hair ♪ >> reporter: the mystery woman referenced in beyonce's new song "sorry" off her new album "lemonade" who the singer
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alludes had an affair with her husband jay z. beyonce fans searching heaven and earth for an answer have swarmed this woman, singer rita ora. ♪ should have known better >> reporter: after they noticed this snapchat photo of the singer wearing a lemon bra and what some said looked like a letter "j" around her neck, although it was later discovered to be a backwards letter "r." within hours, ora's social media accounts were overwhelmed by the beyhive. their weapon -- beehives and lemons. it turns out that she posted that pic on april 21st before the album's release, but yesterday she stepped out in los angeles wearing this red outfit looking strikingly similar to one beyonce wore in her "formation" video. the new focus on ora is helping take the beysting off designer rachel roy who was forced to take down her public instagram page after she posted this pic the day of the album's release saying "good hair don't care" #nodramaqueen.
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she then canceled a charity event citing a personal emergency situation. still all battles have some collateral damage and this one is no different. in this case popular tv chef rachael ray received some of the hate directed at roy, one little vowel made quite a big difference with one angry fan declaring on the chef's instagram page, oh, i loved hot chicken fajitas, but i will never make them again after what you did to the queen. >> now, rachel roy, again, not to be confused with rachael ray tweeted overnight that bullying shouldn't be tolerated by anyone. we did reach out to rita ora's camp but haven't heard back. as for rachael ray, she may have the best response ever simply posting on instagram a new recipe for lemonade. >> that's pretty good. >> oh. >> points on the board for rachael ray. >> thank you, diane. >> thank you all. >> thanks, diane. so, coming up, the boss of selfie, the lucky fan who snapped the perfect pic with bruce springsteen. she's with us live. how she got that once-in-a-lifetime moment. and wanya and lindsay wowing the ballroom last night. check out that routine.
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yep, that's bruce springsteen's classic "thunder road" and a new selfie has everyone talking right now. that is eliza sollers and let's take a look at the moment that that 13-year-old fan snapped the photo during the boss' concert in baltimore. you see he slowly came up. it's pretty amazing she has this video actually. someone kindly captured her taking the perfect selfie there. >> she grabs his hand. >> look at that face. look at that. >> she went, what. it really is him, honey. >> guess what, let's look at her face right now. we have eliza sollers in her home in lutherville, maryland. thank you so much for joining us, eliza. tell us about that photo. how did you snap that selfie? >> so, he actually came by a couple of times and the first time he came around, i put my hand out and he shook my hand and then the second -- and a girl next to us got a selfie and i was like, oh, my god, i have to get a selfie with him if he
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comes around again which usually doesn't happen but he came around again and i just kind of kneeled down and i was ready and i didn't even look back. i was just ready to get a selfie with him and he came up and i was hoping to get him out of the corner of the picture but he came up and gave me a hug from behind which was amazing. >> yeah, tell me. i mean, the boss hugs you and then i love how you grabbed his hand. tell me what you were feeling when that was all going on. >> well, i mean, i love bruce springsteen so the fact that he was hugging me, i might as well have put my hand up and gave him a hug back and, yeah, that was amazing. >> well, you're 13 so not a lot of 13-year-olds are big bruce springsteen fans. i mean, tell me how you became one. >> so my dad is his biggest fan, bruce's songs are basically his soundtrack to life. so they're always playing in the car, around the house, so they're pretty much engraved into my head so, of course, i like bruce and, yeah.
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>> what's your favorite song? what's your favorite boss song? >> "thunder road." >> yeah. >> that's a good one. what's life like since the video was released? >> it's been kind of the same other than the fact that i'm on "good morning america" but i've had -- i've had a teacher come and tell me they've seen my video. i've had friends like text me the link and things like that so -- >> pretty cool. pretty cool stuff. well, eliza, thank you so much for joining us. we appreciate it. >> bye-bye. >> bye, eliza. nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. just take it all in. i'm on "good morning america." hey. >> hey. >> not a big change. >> enough time to go to class. coming up, amy schumer in a revealing new interview. why she's saying jennifer lawrence has never said sorry. >> it's very funny. >> okay. >> come on back. funny. >> okay. >> come on back.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the final push, five states at stake as donald trump and hillary clinton try to lock up the nominations. >> we're going to win so much, actually some of you may get tired of winning. >> the latest on the race for the white house. ♪ out on the verge of the rest of our life ♪ should you freeze your eggs? the very personal diary revealed this morning. >> my biological clock definitely started ticking by the time i was 30. >> one woman's journey to preserve all her options. the emotions, the questions and should you do it? dr. ashton here live with the latest. ♪ bye bye bye >> bye, bye, bye meets boyz ii men. ♪ in your game of two wayna and lindsay get 'nsync. joey fatone in tears
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after the performance, and lance bass cheering them on. >> it was like a dream come true watching one of the guys from boyz ii men perform one of our songs. honestly, we looked up to them. >> an emotional good-bye from doug and karina flying all night to be here. leah strong. little leah strong about to head down the aisle at her daddy's wedding just months after battling cancer. this morning, we're revealing a very special flower girl look here live as we say -- >> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we do say good morning, america. it made my morning when i ran into little leah on the way down to the studio. oh, leah strong, and doug flutie and karina smirnoff are leaving the ballroom, but they're here. oh, they're still dancing. still dancing here on "gma." >> i thought he did a good job. >> i did too. he did a great job. >> we love you. >> you could tell he was out of
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his comfort zone but he gave it his all. he really did. >> he did and he touched a lot of people. >> seriously. >> i think we heard just a little karina there. we'll talk to them in a little bit. >> and, lara, what do we have in weddings? >> little leah is with us, all about flower girl fashion and we want you to look at some adorable girls. we'll see the latest trends in dresses and leah is still here revealing her own adorable flower girl dress. >> they're all adorable. >> all as we count down to our 24-hour live wedding event. it starts thursday right here in times square. >> love seeing those flower girls. that was great. let's get the morning rundown from amy. >> all right. good morning, everyone. the big story, decision day in the northeast. voters in five states heading to the polls, and donald trump is hoping to sweep today's primaries after hurling a fresh round of insults at his rivals. abc's tom llamas is in pennsylvania, the biggest state up for grabs today. tom, good morning. >> reporter: amy, good morning.
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it could be another big night for donald trump. pre-election polls show him way out in front in all five states voting today, and even though it may be a night of celebration for trump, 'he no the happy. the reason, governor john kasich and senator ted cruz have formed an alliance basically agreeing to stay out of each other's way in a few primary states that are voting later down the calendar. the goal, to hopefully win those states and deny some delegates to donald trump. now, trump also launched a bizarre attack yesterday against john kasich's eating habits saying that kasich goes on television and stuffs his face especially with pancakes. trump calling this, quote, disgusting. kasich says trump is just desperate, that all he can do is launch personal attacks. this as senator ted cruz is feeling very optimistic for the states moving forward, especially california and the next state up, which is indiana next tuesday, amy, that's one of those states where kasich and cruz agreed on. kasich has pulled out. cruz hoping to take that state from donald trump. amy. >> all right, tom llamas, thank
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you. and hillary clinton also looking to sweep all five today but bernie sanders telling george this morning the race isn't over yet and he is planning to fight until the convention. he cited polls showing him faring better than clinton in a matchup against donald trump. well, an appeal is expected after a federal judge upheld north carolina's voter i.d. law. critics say it discriminates against minority voters making it harder for them to vote but supporters say it will prevent fraud. well, the weather is making big news today. heavy winds blew away this canopy in southern california, and in texas, hail the size of softballs fell. today people from oklahoma to nebraska are bracing for potential tornadoes. that and much more in rob's forecast just ahead. well, the search is on now for a missing college student in georgia. monique priester has not been heard from since friday when she told her mother she was taking an uber car home. uber says it is working with investigators to try to help find her. well, the criminal case against bill cosby in pennsylvania is now moving
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colgate optic white high impact white. ♪ i'm bad you know it >> oh, he was bad. he was bad. von miller taking on one of the king of pop's baddest music videos. and look at him go. >> that's tough. >> it was tough but he -- oh, he just owned it. >> yeah. i mean, michael jackson, to take that on is -- >> i know. not easy to do. all of them. >> he's the man. >> sadly one couple had to say good-bye. fan favorites doug flutie and karina are here live and they're coming up in just a few moments. >> they were fan favorites. >> yes, enjoyed them very much. we start with our new series "maybe baby." for many women who want to have a baby, egg freezing is an option. actress olivia munn making headlines after revealing her decision to do just that. and in the latest issue of "redbook" one woman shares her very personal journey through this experience. abc's abbie boudreau has her story. >> whatever you're saving for in
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the future >> reporter: financial guru, tv personality and author nicole lapin doesn't let anything stand in her way. >> you're a career or gented person but you also want a family. >> when i was in my 20s i was career, career, career. i was so focused on work and i realized that i was in the backseat of my own life. >> reporter: while her career was taking off, she says her personal life was not how she'd envisioned. >> my biological clock definitely started ticking by the time i was 30. >> today is the day i took charge of my future. >> reporter: the 32-year-old choosing to freeze her eggs documenting her emotional journey for "redbook" magazine. >> because you never know what that fertility situation is going to be. >> reporter: so egg freezing was her way of taking back control. >> it's an example of technology giving women options for their reproductive life. >> reporter: an expensive process costing nicole $14,000 and it wasn't easy. >> so this is my first day of shots. oh, my god. that really, really burns.
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>> yeah. >> reporter: shots every day for three weeks, feeling bloated and hormonal. >> eggs, shots, i barely know my name. >> reporter: then it was the morning of nicole's egg retrieval. >> so i'm about to go into surgery. >> reporter: but she's hoping to not have to use her frozen eggs, rather to have babies the conventional way. >> i want to be married, and i want to have kids on my own but it gives me the most options possible for when i do want to become a mother. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> important story, and joining us now editor in chief of "redbook," meredith rollins, abc news women 's health correspondent, dr. jen ashton and adrienne, a "gma" viewer contemplating the procedure. this is a conversation that needs to be had and people are sometimes reluctant to have it. why did "redbook" want to do this?
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>> we believe women should not be passive participants in their lives but advocating for themselves constantly and goes double when it comes to fertility. for women who may not want to have a child right now but know they want to have one in the future egg freezing is just a way to sort of plan and prepare for that future. >> and it was somebody in the "redbook" family that was going through. >> exactly. it was nicole lapin. when she said she was going to freeze her eggs, we thought it was a perfect opportunity to bring this subject to our readers. >> i'm glad you did that. i know you are too, adrienne, because you said you've been thinking about this. what are some of the things going through your mind in considering this? >> well, you know, i'm a woman in my mid-30s, i am in a new relationship and we're in the process of trying to plan our framily. so i think this is an important topic because it's bringing an awareness to a subject that so many of us know very little about. >> and you said you haven't done the deep dive yet. >> i have not. i have not. i need a little bit of help. >> okay, well, this is where dr. jen -- >> yeah. >> describe the process here. >> think of it in terms of three basic stages. we divided it up based on those three stages and we gave it a
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relative scale and it's important, adrienne, when you look at this scale to remember this varies individual to individual, but we start with the workup, and this really consists of blood tests, some ultrasounds, in terms of money, a couple hundred to maybe a couple thousand dollars. not that much time, days to weeks and physical discomfort, little to none. then we move on to the stimulation process, and this consists of injection of high powered hormones and monitoring every day by ultrasound to look at your ovaries, this jumps up into the thousands and, again, it can take weeks just for one cycle. if you have to do more than one, months, and physical discomfort, a little more. a lot of women describe this as pms on steroids then you get to the retrieval process and this is an operating room procedure. it's done under anesthesia. this jumps up again, thousands of dollars, there is an o.r. fee. timewise it's just one day and physical discomfort varies, usually none, but in rare cases you can get something called hyperstimulation syndrome which
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is very uncomfortable. >> when you hear all this and not asking you to make a decision here on the spot, but it is a lot to consider. >> it is something to consider, it is. when you think about it, i think all things considered it is a lot that goes into the process, but i still think it's worthwhile if you have parental dreams. >> right. >> that you want to fulfill. >> and you do. >> i do. >> and many women do. >> i do. >> what do you say to those people, meredith, who say we shouldn't be talking about this? >> i feel like fertility should not be taboo. you need to get all the information you can and also need to know whatever you decide you're not alone. >> that's great to know. >> not alone at all. and i love how the piece said don't be in the backseat of your own life. get in the front. >> be the driver. >> that's right. be the leading lady, not the co-star. >> 100%. >> thank you all. thank you for this conversation. >> thank you. >> thank you so much for bringing awareness to this. >> good luck. >> thank you. >> whatever you decide. >> thank you so much. >> george. we're going to switch gears to a blockbuster night on "dancing with the stars,"
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famous dances night, and we had some great ones. ginger and val dancing to janet jackson, von and witney to michael jackson. jesse is here breaking down the latest from the ballroom. >> that's right. it was such a blast in the ballroom last night, the pros and stars going all out with their famous dances, but at the end of the night it was wayna and lindsay who were totally 'nsync and dancing off with the top scores. "bye bye bye," boyz ii men. ♪ baby bye bye bye >> reporter: wayna and lindsay were right in sync in the ballroom bringing down the house to the megahit frin front of 'nsync 's joey fatone and lance bass drawing rave reviews from them. >> i've never seen you be so in it, you were around it and you kicked it to the curb. >> reporter: earning them a 29 out of 30. and an emotional moment backstage from fatone. >> it was like a dream come true watching one of the guys from boyz ii men perform one of our songs, honestly, we look up to them.
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>> could not be more proud of you, my man. >> reporter: "footloose" and a jive that had everyone on their feet. ♪ i'm turing it loose ♪ footloose kick off your sunday shoes ♪ >> it's as much about the will to win as the skill to win. >> reporter: jodie sweetin, the comeback kid of the night after a scary injury in rehearsal. [ screaming ] >> are you okay? >> i'm not going to let anything stop me. >> reporter: soaring back into the ballroom with a powerful performance to "try" by pink. >> and you gave it a wonderful interpretation. you pulled it off, and i have to give you credit for that. ♪ give me a beat >> reporter: ginger and val mixing it up with a janet jackson vibe. ♪ all you nasty boys >> reporter: talking to our cameras right after the show. >> this is a very tough season. i see so many more front-runners this season than i've ever seen in any other season. >> reporter: but one couple had to leave. doug and karina ultimately the ones to go. ♪
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>> reporter: the night ending with big chants and an emotional moment. >> just an amazing experience getting to know karina, dancing. the whole group as a family we've all been together. thank you so much. it's been an unbelievable experience. >> so proud, amazing season. had an opportunity to not only just meet you but to make a great friend so thank you so much. >> from "footloose" to "hairspray." so many amazing renditions. our favorite performances in the ballroom. but look at this. nyle and peta's costume game here was so on point they channeled their inner jim carrey and cameron diaz. can somebody say smokin'? >> i guess you can. >> apparently yes. >> thanks, jesse. and now doug flutie and karina smirnoff here right now. thank you guys for coming in flying all night long. >> thank you. >> so, doug, you hear those cheers last night. it must have felt like you were back on the football field. >> it was fun. we got that just about every week and it was so heartwarming
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and puts me at ease and makes it a little more relaxed. i know i'm a nervous wreck going out there, but it was really nice. the crowd was always behind -- >> yes. >> the last two weeks have been pretty good. it got better but week one -- >> yes. >> tell them. >> oh, my gosh, week one, so, you know, you stand in there and you hear the beep, beep, beep. i look over and i see doug doing this and i'm like, oh, no, stay with me. >> i can imagine and what was it like learning bollywood because i'm sure that's out of your comfort zone. >> it's all out of my comfort zone so the fun thing about bollywood, it was even new to karina. >> yes. >> so she started doing the research and the homework right away. >> yep. >> but it was actually fun, and maybe in my wheelhouse a little bit because it was more movement, i don't know. it just seemed like something you could pick up or learn. >> yeah, you looked good, you guys. >> i think also because six weeks of dancing live on the show and then three weeks of rehearsal it all kind of came up to the last week so when you started doing bollywood, besides the fact that every move means
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something, it's one of the coolest styles. like i'm in love with bollywood and i'm going to go take it up but he just like dove in and started like doing it naturally and with the whole troupe, you did fantastic. you are one incredible indian. there it is. >> all i ever wanted to be. >> and you got your football fans behind you. bill belichick, a shoutout on instagram. tom brady, as well. >> tom and bill jumped on board and gave us a shout. because bill doesn't do that stuff, you know. >> no. >> tom occasionally might make an appearance but not too often and then bill never. so it was nice. yeah, i had a chance to play with tom and bill coached for awhile or play under him, so just showing their support. >> that's terrific. hey, nobody will forget your incredible tribute to your mom and dad. she was a fan of "dancing with the stars." what do you think she would have said about your dancing? >> oh, my. first just the fact that i would be on the dance floor anywhere, she would be very excited. my mom loved -- my mom loved
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dancing herself and at weddings, whatever it was and would have to try to drag me out on the dance floor with her at times so she would have absolutely loved this whole experience. >> with a big old smile. >> no doubt about it. >> now you'll drag people out on the dance floor. >> yeah, i'll be much more comfortable. that's something i said, her job was to make me comfortable being uncomfortable and she did it. she pulled me out of my shell a little bit and -- >> mission accomplished. >> yeah. >> you guys were a great couple. thanks for coming in today. >> thank you. of course, the double elimination is monday night. 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. now back out to rob. >> good morning again, george, outside the storm prediction center where they'll be busy later on today forecasting what's likely to be a big-time severe weather outbreak. here are the ingredients, jet stream, the trough, digging and that red is never a good deal when you're talking about weather. that's for sure from southern nebraska all the way down to the texas/oklahoma border, that's the highest risk along the i-35 corridor late in the day through the evening. strong, possibly long track violent tornadoes push the threat to the east from
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houston up through paducah and >> good tuesday morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area accweather forecast. high clouds and breezy and chance of showers and thunder and hot spots is the 90s. warmest inland east bay is up to the low 80s. the coast and san francisco low-to-mid 60s. warmer tonight because of the cloud cover and humidity upper 40's to 50's. scatter showers and thunder tomorrow and 70s and 80s and 90s this >> that is the latest from norman, oklahoma, what we like to refer to in the severe weather business as severe storms mecca, no doubt about that. lara, back up to you for "pop news." >> hey, rob, thank you. great reporting out there and we begin "pop news" this morning with a congratulations to amy schumer looking fantastic on the cover of "vanity fair." and inside writer bruce handy describes how
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the long island girl is loyal to the end to her childhood friends even as her success soars to new heights and even though she's besties with jennifer lawrence. so how close are they? well, "vanity fair" had amy fact-check some of jen's previous interviews. take a look. >> what advice would i give a 10-year-old girl? always be nice. it's never not cool to be the nice girl. >> that's really sweet but jen is the meanest person i know so that doesn't really apply. >> i get told i say sorry too much. >> she's never said sorry to me. >> we also learned that j. law and amy both adore red wine and that is why they believe they are a match made in heaven. it's very funny. check it out, the new issue of "vanity fair" magazine. thank you for that, guys. then the full cast of the long awaited "twin peaks" revival has been announced. quite a list of hollywood stars, 217 of them to be exact. >> 217? >> i will not name it. don't worry. i won't go through the whole list. several of the series' original actors are set to return including david duchovny, david patrick kelly and, of course,
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kyle maclachlan who is starring as fbi agent dale cooper and among the newcomers, naomi watts. amanda seyfried, pearl jam's eddie vedder, jim belushi and on and on. there's still like 207 more. the new story line will pick up 25 years after the events of the original and is set to premiere next year. >> i never saw the original. i wonder if you could pick up. i know you were too young, right? >> i did not -- >> you were too young. >> yeah. >> but i've read monica bellucci's part of that cast, as well. >> so you're in? >> very easy, jess. very easy. >> you just never know what he's going to say. >> by the way, thank you for that jim carrey thing you did before. it was slightly disturbing. >> yeah, it'll wake you up at 8:10 in the morning. >> love you, jess. all right, so modern dating can be a minefield as you might know for old-fashioned romantics but all is not lost, in fact, i a new study is proving
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shakespeare still got game, still reliable with the ladies. revealing that quoting the bard boosts your chances of a reply by as much as 27%, so when you're updating your online profile, here's a little nugget from your friend, lara spencer. don't be afraid to embrace a sonnet because the chorus of true love never did run smooth. >> very well done. >> everybody is googling shakespeare. >> to be or not to be, that is the question. >> what did you just say? >> to be or not to be. >> that is the question. >> he's a renaissance man. >> he's ready. >> we'll be back. >> all right.
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hi. good morning. cnn has obtained new racist text messages allegedly involving former san francisco police officer jason lie. this is the second time in as many years that the department has had a texting scandal. chief greg sura says he's working to get the department to a better place. a cnn update on your morning commute with sue hall. good morning, even. just getting reports eastbound 80 at powell street past the mcarthacarthur maze of a couples blocked there. farm hill, a car off an em bank ltment into a tree. northbound 280 at the 19th avenue split also an accident here. natas natasha? natasha? >> the roast looks good dad.
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the roast looks good dad. how good? 162 likes. did i get any retweets on those green beans? yep! and they're blowing up on instagram. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet!!!! as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. welcome back. still some 40s out there. livermore, 47, the rest of us in the 50s. on our way under sunshine and high clouds. a little breezy today to near 60 at the coast, near 70 for the rest of us. my accuweather seven-day forecast, don't forget about showers and possible thunderstorms tomorrow. we'll have another local news update in about 30 minutes and on our app and
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♪ have you guys seen this? >> no, what is that? >> it's the running man challenge. it's a dance that's shaking up the internet right now that started with this video. university of maryland athletes showing off their moves. >> they're good at it. >> yeah. you know, even von miller took a break from his "dancing with the stars" rehearsals to give it a go. ♪ >> so impromptu. >> reminds me a little of gangnam style. >> just a little bit. we're going to's going to tie to pull it off. not right here. >> we? >> let's kick it upstairs. no, amy. >> cue the music but they're already going right here. they are dancing to the sounds of "my boo" by the ghost town deejay. you see karina and doug back
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there and all the flower girls. i think they got it. i'll send it back down to you guys. >> all right. >> the one with the flower dress, she's just working it. adorable. hey, if you want to do it, send it to us on facebook and we'll take a look at it. another special performance, robin, tomorrow night on "nashville." a sneak peek at her scene with luke and will. >> originally we had planned for you to perform but -- >> i asked robin here if i could bring somebody else out instead and i did that. because there is an artist and an issue worth sacrificing my time on the national stage for. >> what you said, my friend, because you may know him from having come out publicly earlier this year, please welcome to the stage mr. will lexington. >> hey, will. >> come on out, will. >> he came out right through there. >> how did i miss that taping? you know i am a giant "nashville" fan. >> i am too. wednesday nights. >> i'm so jealous. >> yes. >> when they're in character, are they similar to their real-life people? >> i can't reveal their secrets. i can tell nothing.
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>> i can't wait to see had. >> that's why they have me on because i keep a secret so well. >> robin has a dressing room now on the set of "nashville." >> i love the show. i love the show. what can i say? >> when is that episode? >> tomorrow night. >> check it out. >> 10:00, 9:00 central, obviously and let's send them back up to the running man. amy upstairs with those flower girls. >> things have calmed down. now they're acting like flower girls and we are now ready for "gma's" wide world of weldings. you know, the bride is usually the shining star of the big day but this morning there is one brave little flower girl you might recognize who will be bringing her own sparkle as she walks down the aisle. >> are you ready to get this cancer up out of you? let's do it. >> uh-huh. >> fist pump. >> reporter: last year this daddy/daughter duo captured america's hearts as then 4-year-old leah battled pediatric cancer. >> hi, daddy. >> reporter: sharing her emotional journey through months of chemotherapy, surgery and
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radiation on social media. #leahstrong, a powerful message of courage finally paying off in january when she stopped by and chatted with robin, announcing she was cancer-free. >> how are you feeling? you just got out of the hospital. how is it going? how are you feeling? >> really good. >> now the family celebrating another happy milestone. leah's dad, houston texans defensive tackle devon still is getting married. he and his fiancee asha are the 2016 dream wedding couple allowing the magazine's fans to vote on every aspect from the bridal gown to the cake to the rings. and little leah, she's the flower girl. >> so we created two different looks for her. she wanted something that was really playful and girlie but also really strong and fearless. >> bridal designer hayley paige custom-made leah's looks with help from the princess herself. >> when she came into my office, we were playing the "frozen" soundtrack. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go
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>> i think when she put that dress on, she's going to feel like elsa. >> all right, we are going to find out how leah's dress turned out in just a moment but first kellie gould, editor in chief of "the knot" is here to tell us what all the adorable flower girls will be wearing down the aisle this season. so we have a room here, kellie, of moms and little flower girls. tell us what we can look for in weddings this year. >> so flower girl dresses are a reflection of what we're seeing in wedding dress trends. brides want it to reflect their own style. >> that makes a lot of sense so we asked you to send us in your twitter questions about flower girl fashion. michele tweeted this, our flower girl will be 18 months. should it be a short or long dress? >> i'd recommend a short dress. you don't want such a young girl tripping over her dress and you also don't want it to overwhelm her. >> very good advice, indeed. we have some flower girl models and our first one out, eloise, tell us about her look. she's so cute. >> hi, eloise. she is wearing a beautiful dress by joan calabrese from mon
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cherie, and it's all about the tiered tulle skirt. we saw this all over the runway and now it's making its way to flower girl dresses and perfect for a more formal wedding. >> that is one of the cutest flower girls dresses i've ever seen. thank you so much. >> she is a princess. >> all right. we have leia, leia vander park. come on down and tell us about leia's look. >> leia's look is all about the boho look. very airy, she's wearing chiffon from beholden and it's perfect, little tiered straps there the and ruffle and it's absolutely gorgeous with a pair of gold sandals and a crown. >> i can see this on the beach or country. >>erfect for a beach wedding. >> now we have maeve. thank you so much, leia. maeve, come on down, tell us about her look, kellie. >> maeve is wearing a beautiful lace dress by jenny hu. lace is super popular with brides. so now it looks great in a flower girl dress. any little girl looks lovely in lace. and she's just ready to go for any daytime wedding. >> she is beautiful. oh, i love the flowers, she's doing exactly what she's
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supposed to do. thank you so much. >> you look great. >> and finally, we all told you a little earlier about leah who is still getting ready for her dad's big wedding. >> she sure is. >> let's see how her dress turned out. leah and asha, come on up. [ applause ] wow. it's beautiful. >> isn't she gorgeous? >> all right. that is such a beautiful dress. leah, can you tell me about why you picked it? i mean, i love the color, first of all. >> i think it looks pretty. i love the flowers and the sparkles and i love the diamonds inside of it. >> yeah, i like the diamonds, as well. and your shoes match your dress and your headband. did you pick all of that out? >> yes. >> yes, you're very proud of it, i'm sure. and, asha, only three weeks till the big day. >> yes. >> what can you tell us about what's happening right now and what we may see in three weeks? >> well, we're really excited. we're getting married may 13th
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at the new york public library and i'm excited to see devon and his expression when i walk down the aisle. >> we're so excited to see that too. leah, tell me how you're feeling. are you going to throw flower petals or blow bubbles? what are you going to do when you walk down the aisle? >> i'm going to throw petals. >> ah, petals. i think that's a good choice. we see a lot of flower girl trends. this one is just beautiful. one of a kind. >> it is one of a kind but it is also a great trend piece because the floral appliques were, again, all over wedding dresses and hayley paige and leah created this together, so it's really perfect. it has all of leah's favorite things here, the sparkles, flowers and, of course, pink. >> beautiful and that smile actually is the most beautiful part about it all, i must say. asha, is your dress going to coordinate at all with leah's? >> slightly, yes. >> trying to get a little hint there. we are so excited for you both. congratulations and we can't wait to see you both on the big day, all right. thanks for coming. and be sure to tune in thursday when we kick off our massive one
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day 100 weddings event. now to rob who is in norman, oklahoma, for us. rob, good morning. >> good morning, again, guys, we're juicing up the atmosphere. it's very, very humid out. almost summerlike and this isn't the only spot here in oklahoma. across much of the south and southeast we're seeing these high dew points, so take a look at these temperatures in the 70s in some spots but feels like 80s. even d.c., 85 degrees. that's going to be the high today. look at boston, 44. that cold front obviously separating the two air masses and some showers and storms, some of which could be severe firing up along those spots. showers across the west. obviously the severe weather >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. check out our temperatures today, 60s and a few 70s inland and high clouds and sunshine. my seven-day outlook shows scattered showers and a thunderstorm is possible tomorrow. and summer heat this
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>> this weather report is brought to you by the u.s. postal service, and all mail carriers out there in the storm zone, i know you'll deliver today, just be safe. amy, back up to you. >> they always do, thanks so much, rob. coming up next here on "gma," the man who changed fashion and sports tells us about his climb to the top. ♪ it's going to be a good life good life ♪ ♪ i say oh
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we're back with the man who revolutionized fashion, sports, the shoes you may be wearing right now. i know he is. phil knight, the co-founder and chairman of nike, his new memoir, "shoe dog" about the creator of nike and tells his story of his rise to the top and he's back with us right now. always great to be in your presence, phil. >> thank you very much. my agent said which morning show do you want to be on. and i said, do you mean other than robin roberts. >> bless your heart. bless your heart. i appreciate that. >> thanks for having me back. >> i'm telling you, i read it from start to finish. it's like reading a novel. it's absolutely beautifully written, and i love how you really take us back. other people have written books about nike. this is your first time. >> right. >> take us back. you're out of school. you got this crazy idea. that's what you kept saying.
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this crazy idea. >> right. >> how did that happen? >> well, basically it was generated from two places, basically the running track at oregon where bowerman was always filling the shoes and stanford business school where i wrote about the track view industry and how to break into it. and so the two ideas kept growing and then finally i went to my father and said, i need to pursue this a bit. >> and you just knew that you wanted -- you didn't know exactly what it was that you wanted. and i appreciate that because there are many young people, you know you want something but you're not quite sure what it is and you get all trapped in your head and you just said go for it. >> yeah, i feel that way very strongly. i feel sorry for the people that know exactly what they're going to do from the time they're sophomores in high school. i think the process really needs to go through a time period before you really find what it is. >> yeah. >> but i will say a lot of people did think it was a crazy idea. i know that people around portland, oregon, phil knight has an mba from stanford and he's selling japanese track shoes. >> but you said you wanted to have fun.
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that's one thing that you knew that you wanted to do. >> right. well, i not unlike yourself, you know, wanted to be a professional athlete, but i was not that good, so i wanted to find a way to stay involved in sports. >> this was the way of doing it. and you were just relentless in how you went about it. was there ever a time that you thought this isn't -- i mean when you read the book, even though i know the outcome there are times i'm reading it and saying he's not going to make it. >> oh, absolutely. we were right on the edge a couple of times that i know i say was there ever a time, yeah, there were some times. the most scary when we got kicked out of the bank for the second time and they told me that they'd turned me into the fbi and i thought, well, these are a little tough times that they can't take the house but -- >> no. >> but i did say if we failed i was going to try it again because i was enjoying it so much. >> you were having fun and had this group of how you label them misfits. >> yeah. >> they can read the book and find out the other code name. >> the precise name. >> i was telling you this, i looked at that shoe.
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you didn't tell me and i said 1983, the pegasus because i was a senior in college and everybody wanted a pair of nikes. >> you blew me away with that. you named it right away. i'm not sure i would have. >> i know. why did you bring this particular shoe? >> well, they asked me what my favorite shoe was and that's the one, basically the shoe has been in the line for 43 years and that's what i wear to run in today although much slower. >> well, i say the older i get the better i was. >> that's for sure. >> hey, we have a question. zach johnson on twitter asks what was your best business decision from your career? >> i think there's no question it was when bill bowerman said i want to be your partner and i shook his hand and said deal. >> your old coach. >> it really all came from there. where would we have been without that. >> you're very good about sharing that you are the co-founder. that it was your crazy idea but you had all these people and just some kind of way it fit. it all fit together.
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>> no, i think it's true as far as business lessons that there's really never even just one person or even two people. that it takes a group of people to build something and we had our unique group. they were eccentric. i've often said i don't know if they were geniuses or near geniuses but they brought all the emotional baggage of geniuses. >> and what do you say to -- we've had a lot of people starting their businesses and a lot of people who watch and they have a passion. they want to have fun. what do you say to a young or any entrepreneur? >> well, i think there's a couple things. if you're going to be an entrepreneur you better be prepared for long hours and a lot of dark moments and i guess that's one thing that is shown in the book and i think you really have to have a passion about it and you have to have a reason to succeed. it isn't to be just something you want to be. that you have to have a niche and a passion. you need those two things. >> and you also are one of the most generous people that i know. $1 billion the last time you were there ohsu knight cancer institute. how is that going? >> fabulously. they just got a new executive director to come in and run the
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new program and he's -- he fits right in with brian. he is a genius himself and the program is going to produce a lot of results. >> i love how you say you want to give it away. you made a lot of money and you want to give it away and make life better for others. >> it's a blessing that i'm able to do it. >> it's a blessing to have you here. i love the shoes you have on. what are you running now these days? >> still running the pegasus but i wore the air max -- these are my dress shoes. >> and the new ceo of -- >> yeah, mark. >> mark, yes, exactly. >> yeah, he designed that shoe. >> that's right. yeah, so what happened to him? >> he's there. and i lou how -- you got to read the book. reading about the swoosh and you didn't even want it and all that, it's a great read. thank you, phil. >> thanks very much. glad to be here. >> "shoe dog." i love that name. "shoe dog" hits book stores this morning. coming up, andie mitchell shares her slimming recipes next live.
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love having her on "gma." when she joined us to talk about her inspiring memoir, remember that, she lost 135 pounds and, boy, is she back and better than ever. she's got a new book it's called "eating in the middle." all about how she keeps the weight off and lives a balanced life. she has a great time and we love having you here. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> my favorite is the subtitle. it's it's called mostly wholesome cookbook. >> yes. >> mostly because that's what it's all about for you. > balance. totally about balance. about having foods that you love but eating mostly wholesome foods. eating healthy most of the time. >> that is my philosophy, you do it so well and you brought examples here starting with breakfast. >> this is all the greens fritata and eggs are a good way to start the day. high in protein and fat. it's going to give you energy and help keep you full into lunch. >> the stats are pretty great. your recipe has 253 calories but 16 grams of protein. >> right. >> so you're going to be really -- >> that's good. that's good. >> full. >> these have a lot of green
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vegetables but you can swap in anything you like. >> and the thing about your cookbook, i'm a little culinarily challenged. recipes are also very, very easy to navigate. >> yeah, i think it's approachable. you can try. most people will be able to find these ingredients in their store and it's easy to make, you know. that's the goal. >> this is brussels sprouts and brussels sprouts, some people love them. some people hate them. this recipe is so delicious. >> thank you. this is -- i think brussels sprouts are high in fiber. have a ton of newt interies. i would love if you tried it. the good thing here, bacon, who doesn't love bacon, gorgonzola. >> there's enough for you all, relax. i'll save some, i promise. >> the good thing is, you know, brussels sprouts are so good for you but adding something rich will make you feel a little bit more satisfied. have things in moderation. >> a little bit of bacon never hurt anyone. >> you'll still have add high fiber. and add something rich. add something you love. >> i love the little pop of fruit in there too. >> a good way to add flavor and still keep it high protein.
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>> again, stats on that, 203 calories but 11 grams of protein so another big emphasis on that. >> right. still healthy. >> your chili recipe has 32 or 31 grams of protein. >> you're still having high fiber from the beans. >> can i try this too? >> please try this. it's great. >> i feel obligated. >> this is a hearty portion so for just over 400 calories you have a big bowl. >> wow. this is really good. >> important in making the cookbook. real servings, this is high fiber. beans are low in calories and high in fiber and a ton of protein. >> has a little kick in there. >> spicy chili is kind of -- you have to make it spicy. >> getting a little hot in the kitchen, andie. this pad thai. you replaced pasta with? >> green cabbage. >> you might not think it's delicious but i'm here for you and will try this as well. >> try it. see if you like it. this is like a takeover of like normal pad thai and did a makeover, made it healthier. took the carbs out but upped the
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fiber, kept the flavor. >> yeah, let me read the stats. pretty great again, 21 grams of protein and only 407 calories for this portion. >> it's not bad. and it's like -- i think it's still tasting really good so you're keeping all that -- well, really upping the nutritional value. >> andie mitchell, we love it. >> thank you. >> you're 4 for 4. jump in. we'll have a little food party with andie's recipes. check our website, on yahoo! we will be right back. get her new book.
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