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good morning, america. nearly a foot of rain drowns the south overnight. multiple rescues as cars are overtaken by water and tornadoes touch down. now warnings more severe weather is on the way for millions. donald trump goes head-to-head with megyn kelly calling a truce on their twitter war. >> bimbo? >> well, that was a retweet. yeah. did i say that? >> many times. >> ooh. okay. excuse me. >> as he launches a new attack on hillary clinton, the democratic front-runner fighting back and trying to stop bernie sanders as he racks up another win overnight. oh. >> a massive blast in new york sparks a travel nightmare. a fireball below the train track, smoke swamps the cars above. thousands of commuters stranded right now. new bombshell revelations
about the o.j. simpson trial, the lawyer at the center of it all speaking out for the first time in 20 years. >> and i knew that that glove would not fit him. >> what he says o.j. told him in that now-famous moment after getting the verdict that shocked the world. and good morning, america. a lot to get to this wednesday morning. we are coming off another day of voting in the race for the white house. two contests on the democratic side. bernie sanders, the winner in oregon. >> and the race extremely close in kentucky. hillary clinton declaring victory there. we're going to have a lot more on politics in just a moment but, first, i hear someone's favorite band is here. >> really? >> yes. >> coldplay's here, everybody. and they've been rehearsing all morning, there are the guys behind the scenes, a little exclusive video and i am excited. one of my favorite bands. >> me too. >> and i cannot wait to go upstairs and hear more and watch these guys. it's going to be a great morning.
>> you know it's a good day when you're walking in and you hear coldplay rehearsing. >> sounding that good that early. >> i was singing on the way in, to be honest with you. >> "green eyes" one of my favorite songs. >> so many. ♪ when you try your best but you don't succeed ♪ >> there you go. >> if they need a backup i'm available. >> much more on coldplay in just a bit. but we have to begin with that severe weather overnight. record rain in florida leading to major flooding and funnel clouds spotted in the south. now, unfortunately, more severe weather on the way and rob is here with the latest on all of it. rob, good morning. >> good morning, amy. we're kind of in a stubborn pattern. this front stalled across the gulf of mexico. this time of year really tends to enhance and ramps up the rain, the past 24 hours it did just that. from texas to florida, the south gearing up for another day of wild weather. almost a foot of rain falling in vero beach, florida.
an all-time record. this funnel cloud threatening -- >> close to a train coming through. it gold louder. >> reporter: while this golf course transformed into a swamp. huge hail coming down in texas with the force of major league fastballs cracking this storm chaser's windshield. days of heavy rain stranding drivers. in san antonio, interstate 35 closed in both directions. the area bracing for more rain today. another impulse right along this stalled stationary boundary here, north of san antonio, this guy will come across the rio grande and really start to enhance the rainfall overnight in through tomorrow and we now have a flash flood watch that's posted for parts of the central east coast of florida through this afternoon. so saturated here with nearly a foot of rain falling there and the next five days rainfall pretty heavy right up in through d.c., could see 2 to 4 inches of additional rainfall. a very wet pattern.
>> wow, no let-up at all. we move to the race for the white house now. hillary clinton and bernie sanders facing off in two contests overnight with sanders the winner in oregon, clinton claiming victory in kentucky. extremely tight race. and there's this tweet from hillary clinton, thanks for having our back, kentucky. abc's cecilia vega in louisville with the latest. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning to you. for abc news this race is too close to call at this hour, but as you said hillary clinton took to twitter to declare her victory and she says this election is just getting started. overnight, hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and neck in kentucky. the race in the bluegrass state too close to call and sanders still celebrating his big oregon win. >> we're going to win california. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: joined by a few thousand supporters in california coming out ahead in momentum but falling short in delegates. >> it will be a steep climb, i recognize that, but we have the possibility of going to
philadelphia with a majority of the pledge delegates. >> reporter: this morning it's not just a battle with clinton, sanders is now locked in a bitter fight with the democratic party. all caught on video. sanders' supporters at nevada state party convention last weekend, angry about rules that deem some delegates ineligible and then came threats to the state party chairwoman who says sanders' supporters listed her phone number online. >> you are the epitome of evil. you and your days, like you, you're numbered. >> reporter: sanders denouncing the violence but sticking with his supporters. a big problem for hillary clinton, those paid speeches. under the microscope, once again, clinton overnight releasing financial records showing that last year she and her husband bill gave 28 speeches earning nearly $7 million combined. and more than a million of that from clinton's own paid speeches. this has been a huge source of
controversy in this campaign for her refusal to make those speeches public. amy, we are now seeing she made significantly less money in 2015 on those paid speeches than she has in years past, amy. >> all right, cecilia, thanks for the latest on that. and now to the republican side and donald trump racking up a win in oregon overnight as he sits down with megyn kelly and goes on the attack not just against hillary clinton but also her husband. abc's tom llamas is here with the latest on all of that, good morning, tom. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. donald trump revealing some insight into how he thinks and the reasoning behind some of his outrageous stunts and there was one uncomfortable moment in that interview when kelly asked trump about calling her a bimbo on social media. >> i view myself as a person and that like everybody else is fighting for survival. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump and megyn kelly head-to-head. >> when i'm wounded i go after people hard. okay? and i try to unwound myself. >> reporter: their first interview since this explosive moment at that republican
presidential debate nine months ago. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnell. >> for the record, it was well beyond rosie o'donnell. >> yes, i'm sure it was. >> reporter: trump telling kelly he thought it was an unfair opening question and retaliated including with name-calling retweets. >> bimbo? >> well, that was a retweet, yeah. did i say that? >> many times. >> ooh. okay. excuse me. >> what do you think -- >> not the most horrible thing, again, politically -- not the most -- over your life, megyn, you've been called a lot worse, wouldn't you say, you know, you've had a life that's not been that easy and -- >> it's not about me. it's not about me. it's about the messaging to young girls and to other women. >> it's a certain amount of
fighting back -- it's a modern-day form of fighting back. it really is. >> reporter: and even though he's the presumptive republican nominee, trump telling kelly this. >> if i don't go all the way and if i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy and money. >> reporter: to get there, trump will have to get past the democrats. a super pac supporting hillary clinton now releasing this ad using trump's own words on women. >> i view a person who is flat-chested as very hard to be a 10. >> reporter: trump responding on twitter posting, amazing that crooked hillary can do a hit ad on me concerning women when her husband was the worst abuser of women in u.s. political history. former president bill clinton refusing to play trump's game. >> i think people are smart enough to figure this out without my help. >> reporter: helping trump, his wife melania defending him in "du jour" magazine. melania saying he is not hitler, he wants to help america, bring people together and bring jobs back.
and this morning, trump set to meet with former secretary of state henry kissinger, the meeting coming as he said he would be open to speaking with an infamous leader we have no diplomatic relationship with, north korean leader kim jong-un. george. >> okay, tom, thanks. let's dig into it with jon karl. jon, let's start out with donald trump. you got the megyn kelly interview last night, the henry kissinger meeting today giving interviews to "the washington post" and others. it appears that he's looking for a little bit of a general election makeover here. >> yeah, it looks like almost a complete reboot in terms of temperament. and i got to tell you, george, watching that interview with megyn kelly, i got the impression this is a donald trump that would be very hard to beat in the general election. he was moderated. he was restrained. he was almost reflective. the big question is, can that last? i mean, you heard him in that interview also talk about how he likes to fight back when he's attacked. he says he responds times ten and he will be attacked in ways that are far harsher than he saw during the primaries. he will be provoked.
the question is, does that restrained almost reflective donald trump really last? >> that is a big question. meantime, on the democratic side, it appears the democrats are having a harder time getting together than the republicans. >> it looks like the democratic convention will be the angry one, the one with drama. from bernie sanders last night, you really heard fighting words. he was saying to the leaders of the democratic party let the people in as if the door is being barred to his supporters. democrats all assume everybody will get on board because donald trump is such a threat. but, george, this is really something to watch. i mean, bernie sanders is not going quietly. >> not at all, jon karl, thanks very much. all right, and now to the latest on those massive airport security lines. take a look at these images that are coming in from chicago this morning. passengers across the country waiting for hours and hours. the tsa now bringing in extra screeners to chicago. abc's alex perez is there at o'hare airport with the latest. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy.
check this out behind me here. you can see the line already snaking through the security checkpoint here and, while there is some relief in sight, the number of passengers is only expected to grow. >> very long wait lines. >> reporter: this is the new norm for passengers at many of the nation's airports and this morning, word those frustrating long lines could soon be even worse. >> they told us the security lines might be 2 1/2, 3 hours. >> reporter: overnight, airline industry experts revealing we are headed for a record high travel season this summer. 231 million passengers expected. compared to 222 million last year. that's 95,000 more passengers every day. >> it took me about 45 minutes to get through the checkpoint. i don't know what the deal is. >> reporter: with patience wearing thin. >> are you [ bleep ] kidding me, tsa? what the [ bleep ]? >> reporter: a mea culpa from the tsa tuesday after a travel nightmare in chicago led to epic lines and thousands of missed
flights leaving many sleeping on cots at the airport. >> i do apologize to the people who found themselves stranded in chicago yesterday. i don't know what the cause of that was. >> reporter: a major part of the problem, since 2013 the tsa has lost 5,000 agents but passenger volume has spiked more than 8%. at chicago's airports, some relief in sight. 100 part-time screeners will be rushed to full-time work by this weekend and 250 more agents headed here in the coming months. and the pressure is on. there are now calls for the head of the tsa to resign if the lines are not under control by memorial day. that's just about two weeks away. george. >> yeah, a lot of pressure this weekend. okay, alex, thanks very much. we move on to a major fire creating a travel nightmare on one of the busiest commuter train lines in the country. a truck went up in flames in new york city shutting down the metro north railroad. the service is still limited this morning and abc's gio benitez is on the scene in harlem.
good morning, gio. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. these tracks are now operating on a limited weekend schedule which as you know here in new york city that's a big deal. let me step out of the way so you can see these workers cleaning up this big mess. this was a major, major scare. >> oh. >> reporter: overnight, a terrifying fire erupting. the massive blaze igniting on a major commuter train track into and out of new york city. the fire starting at a fertilizer lumber propane tank and garden supplier in between two construction trailers right underneath the tracks. the blaze so intense it bent steel. you can see a train moments after the blast heading through that thick black smoke. >> it was like a loud explosion. >> reporter: a witness said a spark from the train may have started the blaze. >> after that spark there was a loud explosion. >> reporter: tens of thousands of commuters left stranded in new york's grand central station forced to find another way home. >> we were sitting on the train for awhile until we realized we weren't going anywhere.
>> reporter: incredibly only one firefighter suffering minor injuries. >> the fire was so hot that they could hear the rivets, the bolts popping. this is an example of a bolt that popped. it's obvious that there was a certain amount of shifting in the steel. >> reporter: engineers working throughout the night to reinforce steel that was damaged by that intense blaze. and back out here live we can tell you two of the tracks are back up and running. in fact, we've already seen several trains go by here. clearly inspectors are very, very confident right now, amy. >> all right, that is good news. gio, thank you. a milestone to tell you about at the pentagon. the senate has confirmed eric fanning to the position of army secretary. that makes him the first openly gay leader of a u.s. military service. the vote had been delayed for months because of an unrelated disagreement between one senator and the white house. fanning says he has seen attitudes change during his
years at the pentagon from tolerating gays to accepting them and now to embracing them. >> a big change. and we're going to move on now to a new bombshell in the olympic doping scandal. more allegations involving more athletes ahead of this summer's games in rio. abc's matt gutman here with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. until now most of that scrutiny was focused on doping russian athletes but now the justice department is investigating not just athletes but possibly russian government officials, anti-doping authorities or anyone who may have benefited from a doping scheme that seems to go back a decade and that as the doping scandal widens engulfing a dozen new countries. ♪ overnight, another potential black eye for the olympics. the ioc announcing that after retesting hundreds of samples from the 2008 beijing games, 31 athletes representing 12 countries in 6 different sports turned up positive for banned substances. officials have not released the names of these athletes but says their investigation was focused
on those who might potentially compete at the olympic games in rio this summer. those athletes now facing a ban instead. >> the credibility of the anti-doping infrastructure is under unprecedented pressure right now. >> reporter: the ioc keeps samples for ten years to allow for retesting with updated analysis technology. officials hope these latest efforts succeed in keeping the games clean. but many observers say it could be too little too late. >> it's not the administrators. it's not the sponsors. without the athletes there's no olympics. if they don't buy into the system, you can pull a tarp over it. >> reporter: and guys, this is not even close to being over. the crackdown continues with the ioc saying it's retesting 250 samples from the 2012 games in london. cheating athletes might find themselves not only locked out of the games in rio this summer but also stripped of their medals. george. >> so much more to learn with multiple investigations. matt, thanks very much.
michael, i think you found something incredible out of alaska. >> i sure did, george. everybody, take a look at this. a firefighter was trapped inside an overturned car until all these good samaritans jumped into action, kicking out the sunroof of the car and just listen to these guys. >> brace. >> go, go, go. >> oh, you guys saved my life. >> wow. >> oh, that's incredible. >> they finally freed the man. he was -- the fireman who was in the car, he is used to being on the other side of that but these good samaritans saved him right before the car started to burn out of control and we are all happy that he is safe this morning and they are all heroes in our opinion. and did you guys see this last night? do you pay attention to the nba lottery draft? >> i did today when i heard. >> you heard about this, right. nba legend dikembe mutombo tweeted his congratulations to his former team, the philadelphia 76ers, for winning the first pick in the nba draft. but the only problem, the lottery hadn't happened yet. so he later tweeted that he was just excited. he got ahead of himself but so many basketball fans are suspicious now because they are
wondering how could he know in advance. >> excited or clairvoyant? >> i doeptd don't know. he excited. >> is there any way he could know? >> not if it's a draft and it's a lottery, he shouldn't know but a lot of people now wondering is it fixed or not? but i don't know. i don't have the answer but it's a little strange. >> things that make you go hmm. >> it's almost memorial day. you have freeze up on your board. >> yeah, check it out, george. things that make you go brr. frost advisories for northern michigan. but we're going to get some warming here. temperatures getting near 80 in minneapolis on sunday. take you to the valley of the sun. look at this, dust storm happening in phoenix yesterday. dropping visibilities as the storm kicked up to the west and the sunny cities now brought to you by dairy queen. check it out. ities now brought to you by dairy queen.
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>> focus on the positive. coming up next -- those new revelations about the o.j. simpson trial. one of the famous lawyers at the center now talking about it for the first time in nearly 20 years. robert shapiro on what he says he told o.j. about trying on that glove in court. and then meet haus the hero. how this dog stepped in to save a little girl from a rattlesnake. he is recovering and reunited with his family. s recovering and reunited with his family. d with his family. new aquafina sparkling. lightness and refreshment in perfect sync.
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campus today. let's check with sue hall on the morning commute. >> we're in the south hall and we have a new accident and this is south bound and reported "entertainment tonight" two separate locations. i believe that's one in the same and none the less traffic is stacked up for about a 20 minute delay for the
will hit 90s and it's going to be highly out there. let's take a look what the is going happen in the accuweather seven day forecast. it's going to get breezy with a slight changsz of showers and a better chance on saturday and thunder. it's going to be scattered. >> thank you mike. speak ought in a rare interview and what was wis
welcome back to "gma." you're looking at queen elizabeth at parliament moments ago. she is there for the state opening. now she arrived in a horse-drawn carriage. you see her there in her crown and long robes, some real pageantry there. >> indeed. also happening right now, hillary clinton suffering a setback in oregon as bernie sanders racks up a big win overnight and the recent kentucky primary extremely close. clinton is declaring victory there. also this morning, facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg is sitting down with a group of prominent republican figures, including a senior adviser to donald trump and glenn beck, to address allegations facebook suppressed conservative news stories and sources. >> that's a big story.
then also this morning, we're going to meet that german shepherd who is being hailed a hero. >> his name is haus and may be only 2 years old but he's wise beyond his dog years. his family said he stepped in and took a rattlesnake bite all to protect their little girl and we're talking to the family coming up soon. >> i can't wait for that. but we begin with new revelations about the o.j. simpson trial. it's from the lawyer at the center of it all, robert shapiro, speaking out for the first time in nearly 20 years. abc's linsey davis here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, george. so much of the country is still captivated by the so-called trial of the century. and now robert shapiro shares new insight about what helped to make the dream team a success and he also reveals what o.j. simpson whispered in his ear right after the verdict was read. this morning, robert shapiro is back in the spotlight. his fame is now being fueled by john travolta's critically acclaimed portrayal of the celebrity attorney in the hit fx series "american crime." it was the real-life shapiro who took back center stage in an interview with fox news' megyn kelly talking for the first time
in 20 years about his role in the trial of the century. >> the prosecution wedded themselves to one knife, one killer. there is a strong possibility that more than one person was involved. >> reporter: shapiro says he believed he outmaneuvered marcia clark by making her believe he wasn't ready. >> the judge asked, mr. shapiro, what's your position? your honor, we're ready for trial. he looks at marcia clark and says, call your first witness, and you could see the blood come out of her face and from that day on i knew that there would be no conviction. >> reporter: he gives insight into that fateful moment when the prosecution asks simpson to try on the glove. >> i tried the glove on. it was a little bit wide in my palm and a little bit long at my fingers. o.j. simpson has enormous hands. and i knew that that glove would not fit him. >> really? >> wouldn't even be close. >> did you feel in that moment
when you put your hand in the glove that you were trying on the glove of the person who murdered these two people? >> as you say it now, it is chilling but i was looking for one thing and one thing only, the size of that glove. >> if it doesn't fit you must acquit. >> reporter: and this intimate exchange between attorney and client just moments after the verdict was read. >> what did he say? >> you had told me this would be the result from the beginning. you were right. >> reporter: and exactly 13 years later simpson was convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping in a sports memorabilia heist gone wrong. but that time around, he was not represented by shapiro. >> i wouldn't have taken the case in any event. >> why? >> he still owed me money from the first one. >> shapiro would not say if he believes simpson was guilty. but he did make a distinction between moral justice and legal justice and he says that when the not guilty verdict was rendered he felt legal justice was done. as far as moral justice, he says he hasn't discussed that with
anyone including his wife, george. >> that's some conclusion right there. linsey, thanks very much. let's talk to dan abrams about this right now. a lot to talk about. of course, you covered this for court tv many years ago starting out with, though, something surprising that robert shapiro said. the killer may still be out there. >> he sort of -- he's being careful in picking his words saying there may have been another knife, there may have been a second killer. but he's not saying o.j. wasn't one of the two. look, the bottom line is, is it possible that there was a second knife? yeah, i guess it's possible. is it possible that o.j. simpson didn't do it? not in my view and i don't think in robert shapiro's view either. i think robert shapiro knows that o.j. simpson did it. and he's trying to pick every kind of phrase he can use around that fact to defend him a little bit. >> that's why he ends up with moral justice. >> right. the moral justice, any time a lawyer starts to separate between moral justice and legal justice, you know that you got a problem. now, look, he's not his client anymore and o.j. simpson is now serving time on another crime
but, look, from the beginning i think robert shapiro knew o.j. simpson did it and tried to craft a strategy that was the best strategy that he could to defend his client. >> and he did? >> he did, and he won. look, you know, and in this fx series i do think that they make shapiro out to be more buffoonish than he was during the trial. yes, was he the guy you went to for a plea deal? sure. was he a just a plea lawyer? no, he was a smart guy and a smart lawyer who led the team. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks. >> behind johnnie cochran in the end, yeah, yeah. all right, well, to a nightmare for one family. their colorado home invaded in an apparent case of mistaken identity. police say the intruders were looking for drugs forcing their way in and stabbing the father. abc's clayton sandell has the wife's desperate call for help. >> reporter: this morning, police are hunting for two suspects in a botched, terrifying robbery.
>> 911. >> there's three men that just came in my house and attacked my husband and i. >> reporter: jessica and jesse swift, both middle schoolteachers with two young children were at their golden, colorado, home monday night. >> they knocked on my door and then they came in my house. >> reporter: when three men barge inside. >> i have two little kids! >> you have kids in the house? >> yes. >> reporter: jesse grabs a knife and fights back. he is stabbed. >> oh, my god, please help. please, my husband is bleeding really badly. >> reporter: but not before taking one of the suspects down. >> you don't know who these people were? >> no, i have no idea. there were three guys. we have one of them down inside of our house. >> reporter: police say the bad guys were looking to steal $10,000 in cash and drugs, but it turns out they somehow had the wrong address. police arrested two suspects and are now looking for more. 20-year-old cody jones and a woman allegedly driving a getaway car. this morning jesse is in the hospital recovering.
the school where he teaches calling him a hero. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, golden, colorado. >> woo, i had chills the whole time listening to that. glad they're okay. coming up next -- former "saved by the bell" star dustin diamond speaking out about his time behind bars and what jail was really like. and an abc news exclusive. celine dion opening up for the first time about her final moments with her husband and how she and their kids are now moving forward. moving forward. the uncertainties of hep c. or wonder whether i should seek treatment. i am ready. because today there's harvoni. a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. harvoni is proven to cure up to 99% of patients who've had no prior treatment. it transformed treatment as the first cure that's one pill, once a day for 12 weeks. certain patients can be cured with just 8 weeks of harvoni. harvoni is a simple treatment regimen
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back now with "saved by the bell" actor dustin diamond speaking out for the first time since going to jail. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with the actor's take on what really happened and what life was like behind bars. good morning, mara. >> lara, good morning. the former teen star was accused of stabbing someone in that fight but he's done serving his time and he's now talking about the future. this morning, actor dustin
diamond opening up about going from the small screen to the big house. >> describe your time in jail. >> it's not like what you see on tv, i'll tell you that. it's pretty daunting and it's pretty scary going into that environment. >> reporter: the former teen star best known for playing lovable oddball screech on the hit show "saved by the bell" -- >> don't talk about his dog. >> reporter: talking to former co-star mario lopez on "extra" about serving three months in a wisconsin jail for stabbing a man during a bar fight in 2014. >> so you never actually thrust a knife and stabbed someone? >> no, when i had my pocketknife like this and the blade was right here, the guy came around and grabbed my throat so nicked my arm. it was a band-aid, the most expensive band-aid i ever bought. >> reporter: captured here and last june, diamond was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct. both misdemeanors. diamond argued he was trying to protect his fiancee also convicted on charges of disorderly conduct, saying she
had been punched in the face after she tried to stop a group of people trying to take pictures of him. >> i want it to be clear that this situation will never be repeated again. >> reporter: the 39-year-old released just last month says he got out one month early for good behavior. earned with janitorial work, cleaning floors and doing laundry. now the actor is focused on a different kind of time. the future. >> i mean i've been doing it, you know, acting and performing for, you know, since i was 8 years old so it's really my bread and butter. i want to put the tomfoolery and malarkey behind me and it's time for that clean slate. >> reporter: diamond was not convicted of the more serious felony charge but he still faces 15 more months of probation. the first part of his interview airs on "extra" tonight. such an interesting reunion for those two stars, they were co-stars on that show. >> and two words you haven't heard in a long time, tomfoolery and malarkey. >> yes.
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it's easy to see for anyone who's spent time with haus and our children that he absolutely nannies our children and watches out for them. it's common for him to sweep the yard or check everything out when he goes out. and he stood his ground and continued to charge when a large venomous snake was attacking him. >> it's a beautiful family picture to see you there with haus. and i have a question for you, molly. now, molly, were you scared when you saw the snake? >> yes, i was really scared. >> what did haus do when the snake was coming towards you? >> if i could tell you, guys, molly wasn't particularly paying attention. she saw the aftermath but molly wasn't really particularly paying attention when it happened so she saw afterward and she saw the blood and that's why she got so upset but it happened so quickly my mother was the one who really witnessed it. >> dr. holm, i have one question for you, how sick was haus and
how was haus doing right now? what's the recovery process for haus and when is haus going to go home? >> we hope that haus will get to go home today. we are doing a couple more checks on him early this afternoon and fingers crossed, we hope that he will get to go home either today or tomorrow. >> everybody, thank you so much, dr. holm, as well. we're glad everybody is okay and you know what, haus, great story, great dog. man's best friend. >> haus. >> real hero. >> and what's so great about that, haus -- >> yeah. >> joey was knocked out. but haus to the rescue also, i love that, very appreciative of his new home. >> rescue full circle. all right, coming up next, we have michael's favorite band here, probably yours too, coldplay performing live. ♪ coming up, "gma's" road to success brought to you by american family insurance. insure carefully, dream fearlessly. carefully, dream fearlessly. ♪
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. abc news exclusive. celine dion in a raw and revealing interview speaks for the first time since her husband's death. >> he gave me a lot of strength. he did. he did, and you know what, i'm at peace. >> he inspired her to get back on stage. how she gets through every day without him. >> it's like i don't live with him physically, but i live with him inside of me. >> the emotional one-on-one this morning. ginger's struggle. >> i don't think i even knew how bad it was at that time. >> revealing that she faced an eating disorder as a child trying to cope with her parents' divorce. this morning, dr. ashton here with the warning signs every parent should watch out for. ♪ good times
time to hit rewind on your favorite tv shows. "black-ish" turning back the clock to "good times." anthony anderson is popping in live this morning, and it's going to be dy-no-mite. ♪ get it together right now and don't turn back the clocks, we're viva la vida this morning for our favorite band. coldplay is here live in times square. we're going up, up and away so get ready for paradise as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. ♪ get it together and good morning, america. great wednesday morning here in times square and why is it a great wednesday morning? that is why. right there, coldplay is here. they're going to perform live in just a little bit. >> our cool factor just went way up. don't you think? all right. we can't wait for that. also this morning, dr. ashton is here answering a very big question for so many
soon-to-be moms, what should you eat? what should you not eat when you're expecting? she is breaking down each trimester for us. >> all right, and also we can't wait for that celine dion exclusive. she's opening up about how the show must go on. a song she says that has new meaning after the loss of her husband, and, lara, you have a special guest this morning in "pop news," right? >> yeah, a little time machine action, if you will, mr. michael. one of our favorite abc comedies "black-ish" is going retro for their season finale bringing back "good times" and we can't wait for anthony anderson to pop in. >> that's tonight. that's going to be so much fun. can't wait for anthony here this morning. >> so psyched. now the morning rundown from amy. >> good morning, guys. the big story another victory for bernie sanders defeating hillary clinton in the oregon primary. the primary results in kentucky right now just too close to call. while clinton is still on track to lock up the nomination, a rift in the democratic party appears to be growing even wider. abc's cecilia vega has the latest from louisville. cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning
to you. this race here in kentucky neck and neck but for abc news still too close to call. hillary clinton did declare victory on twitter saying this election is far from over. bernie sanders won oregon and celebrated with big crowds in california overnight, but even with another state win, he still trails in delegates. the nomination now close to hillary clinton's for the taking and this morning sanders is locked in a nasty fight with the democratic party stemming from a violent convention in nevada last weekend. it was all caught on ka ra. sanders support eers angry about rules that deem some delegates ineligible. there were death threats to the state party chairwoman. sanders denounced that violence but he did side with his supporters and now the head of the democratic party is firing off at the candidate saying his response added more fuel to the fire and now many are wondering, amy, if this is the sign of the chaos that could come at this summer's party convention. >> all right, cecilia, thanks for the latest on that. meantime, donald trump is meeting today with former
secretary of state henry kissinger presumably to discuss foreign policy. trump says he would be open to speaking with northern korean dictator kim jong-un which would be a major shift in u.s. policy. meanwhile, trump sat down with megyn kelly after a bitter feud that dragged on for months and he simply said excuse me when asked about calling her a bimbo and said kelly probably had been called a lot worse. well, breaking news overseas, hundreds of people are feared dead after torrential rains triggered a landslide in sri lanka. 200 families are believed to be buried in the mud and debris. 130,000 people are evacuating the area. also this morning another major earthquake has jolted ecuador just weeks after a quake in the same region caused this damage and killed hundreds of people. today's quake was not as strong but it did collapse some buildings and caused power outages, and it raises concern about more aftershocks. well, back here in this country thousands of commuters have been stranded in new york
after a fire under train tracks leading into grand central station. those tracks carry the nation's second busiest commuter railroad. there is only limited service this morning. and finally, if you need some inspiration on this hump day, look no further than ella mae colbert of south carolina. with schoolkids cheering her on from the stands, 100-year-old ella mae set a record. she smashed the record actually running the 100-meter dash in 46 seconds. that's 30 seconds faster than the previous record holder her age. her advice to all of us, do your best at what you do and never stop running. you see that band-aid on her chin. she actually when she first started she tripped and fell because she said i just took off too fast. you know what, she got back up and she ran and smashed that record. >> kept on going. >> moving along right there. >> persevered. >> good for her. congratulations. let's go to michael with the "morning menu." >> all right, thank you, george. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." celine dion is opening up in an abc news exclusive. how she's moving forward after
the loss of her husband rene. and ginger sharing her personal battle with an eating disorder as a child. dr. ashton has warning signs all parents should look out for. plus, we're just minutes away from one of my favorite bands, coldplay's performance and you didn't think i knew you were there? i knew you were there, anthony. he's here for a special edition of "pop news" and all that coming up live on "gma" here in times square. >> here in times square with the people. what, up, baby? of women worldwide i trust tena. and with new tena overnight underwear i can now sleep worry free all night. the unique secure barrier system gives me triple protection from leaks, odor and moisture so i can keep being a sweet dreamer. tena overnight underwear and pads. only tena lets you be you.
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>> a little dance-off. >> like a really small dance-off. >> a guy after my own heart. >> if you want to call that dancing. >> i do call that dancing. >> but you know -- >> it's like shuffling. >> -- it was all for charity. >> good call. >> all for charity. that's the good thing about it. a btig charity day where celebrities come to the financial firm's offices and they all work as traders on wall street for the day. there's shaq telling you to buy, buy, buy, sell, sell, sell. you got to listen to shaq. i did a little bit of that myself. and the earnings all go to charities around the globe. charities around the globe including st. jude's and i'm excited to report that it was a record day there at btig and raised over $5 million. >> in one day? >> in one day for charity. >> wow. >> well done by btig and all the celebrities who showed up to be traders for the day. very exciting. and no thank you to eli for that dance. we'll switch gears to that powerful exclusive with celine dion. she sat down with abc's deborah roberts and good morning to you, deborah.
you have all of that for us. >> reporter: michael, it's been a devastating time for the superstar singer who is speaking out for the first time since the death of her husband. losing not only the love of her life but also the man who expertly managed her career for more than 30 years. yet, when meeting celine dion, one thing is clear her husband also prepared her for one more act, life without him. ♪ >> last time i took that step with you. >> i know. >> we were three. >> i know. >> how are you? >> i'm very well. how are you? >> okay. >> reporter: it was last spring when celine dion joined us on this stage with her beloved rene who was in the retched throes of his cancer battle. the end came just four months ago, two days shy of rene's 74th birthday. when i saw you last time you were bracing yourself. you were beginning to talk about the end. did it still come as a shock because even when you're expecting it, you kind of never expect it. >> i think i was more in shock
when i did talk to you the last time, because i saw him suffer and that is the worst. today for me it's like i don't live with him physically, but i live with him inside of me. >> reporter: her husband of 21 years slipped away quietly in the early morning hours of january 14th. >> i started to talk to him and i said, you know what, i want you to just go in peace. i want you to not worry. you were worrying for my career. you were worrying for the children. you were worrying for everything. it's enough. i promise you we're going to be okay. >> you left me now with enough good memories of you to share with my younger brothers. >> reporter: the couple's sons 15-year-old rene charles and
5-year-old twins nelson and eddie now adjusting to life without their father. >> every night we kiss him good night. eddie starts, two fingers, one finger and he said i love you papa so much, happy easter, happy halloween, so nelson goes and he repeats almost the same thing but he adds more stuff and then i do the thing too and i say good night, my love. [ speaking french ] >> you've had a lot of loss, not only your husband but your brother a couple of days later. >> my brother passed away of pretty much the same cancer as him died on rene's birthday and i said to myself, for his birthday, my husband came and got my brother because my brother was too weak to fly on his own. ♪ >> reporter: did you ever say what would rene do? >> i think we all do. do you think rene would think that this is too difficult? do you think rene would think that this song is appropriate but after a while am i going to
have signs all the time or do i have to make decisions as a woman, as a mother, as an artist? >> are you ready for that? >> do i have a choice? you're never ready for something like this to happen, even though you expect it, when it hits you, you're not prepared. [ cheers andpplause ] >> reporter: yet weeks later celine is back on stage in keeping with her husband's wishes. >> he would be over here watching the whole show. >> reporter: is there any one song now that when you sing it, it's all about you and rene? >> when i sing "the show must go on" because when i was sick, when he was sick, he always said, the show must go on. ♪ the show must go on >> he gave me a lot of
strength, and you know what, i'm at peace. >> the show must go on. a mantra for this couple. celine is going to sing that song again this sunday. there she is. you'll see her this weekend at the billboard music awards as she accepts the billboard icon award. a bittersweet honor because for the first time she will be doing so without rene at her side. a lot of firsts will be coming for her now. >> she was so open and so honest with you and she's so strong. >> she really is. >> that was a powerful -- >> that was the power, i think, her strength. she wasn't falling apart. she can't fall apart but her husband prepared her. he knew this was happening. he wrote notes. he gave her instructions. they talked a lot, so she knew what she needed to do, and she's got a concert tour coming up. the show is going to go on. >> and he is there with her every step of the way. >> absolutely. and tas you said, very strong woman. you can watch deborah's entire interview with celine dion tonight on "nightline" right here on abc. george. >> thank you, deborah. we're going to move on
to this personal revelation from ginger on "dancing with the stars." she shared her struggle with an eating disorder when she was growing up. ginger and her mom talked about how they got through this together and jesse palmer here with that story. hey, jesse. >> hey, george, that's right. ginger tells us it's her own journey as a new mom and "dancing with the stars" that is helping her become more confident about her body and it's finally giving her the courage to speak out about her struggle. ♪ our fearless ginger zee taking on the ballroom this season and revealing for the first time this week that as a child, she struggled with an eating disorder. >> i needed to control something so i i was like i know what i'll do, i'll just not eat. >> reporter: monday night on "dancing with the stars" speaking out about how she developed an eating disorder while trying to cope with her parents' divorce. >> this is the first time i'm saying it so maybe i didn't choose the right words. i didn't choose to get anorexia. i made maybe some childhood-like choices to control something. that was the initial point but
then that like sick spiral that went on that becomes the disease is not a choice by any means. >> reporter: she would use any excuse to not eat. >> you make up a lie about where you did eat and that's why you don't need to eat. >> reporter: ginger was just 12 when the crisis worsened after a summer vacation. her mom remembers the moment she realized something was wrong. >> i went to pick her up from the airport, and in all honesty, when she got off the plane and was walking towards me, i almost collapsed because she went from 90 pounds down to about 70. and every bone in her leg and around her knees and around her elbows and her clavicles, everything was purely visible. >> my mom said, i'm taking you to the hospital and i'm scared. i'm scared that i'm going to lose my daughter. >> reporter: it wasn't until college that she could eat and appreciate food normally. >> and then after college is when it really started to get better but that was with years and years of therapy. >> reporter: and now dancing in front of millions, ginger feels confident and happy about her body.
♪ >> to be able to go on a show and dance in front of millions of people with my postpartum belly and feel good about it, that's a point where i really knew i was ready to start getting over this for real. >> reporter: but not far from her mind are those at home hearing her story. >> maybe they're watching it this morning and then a daughter or son who is struggling with it says, you know what, mom, i've had that feeling and it can start a conversation. that would be huge. that would make me feel like this was worth sharing. ♪ >> and so brave of ginger to speak out, and she's not alone in battling this. research suggests about 1 in every 100 young women have anorexia. it's a struggle that a lot of people are having to face, george. >> no question about that. dr. jen ashton is here. a lot of people also under this misimpression that ginger explained right there that this is somehow a choice. >> right, you know, i believe that for any illness or chronic disease, when a patient has their experience, they are entitled to their own
perspective on that and how it resonates with them and their opinion is their opinion. however, to be clear, the medical and psychiatric literature is crystal clear on eating disorders. it's not a trend, it's not a phase. while it does affect a lot of women, men are affected and boys are affected too. and this is no more of a choice for someone dealing with it than having cancer is a choice. >> ginger also talked about the lengths she went to to hide this from her parents. so what are the warning signs pardons should watch out for? >> for overall eating disorders, there are a couple of red flags parents should know about. if you sense your child or teenager is becoming more and more preoccupied about food, talking about it, looking at it, dealing with it. moving food around on their plate during meals, not really eating it. avoiding meal time. they start to wear a lot of baggy clothing to conceal their body morphology or they're stashing food away in their bedroom, those are red flags. at the end of the day trust your instincts as a parent.
>> for people struggling with an eating disorder, what kind of help is out there? >> this is not about relationship with food only. it's about your body image, control, pain, peace. it's a roller coaster. my patients who are dealing with it, and some have almost died of an eating disorder, they tell me it's a chronic everyday thing. the mainstay of treatment is psychotherapy and renutrition and renour i shallment, but this is a day-to-day thing and whether it's impatient, outpatient depending on the age of the patient may involve the whole family. cognitive therapy is key. it's a lifelong struggle. >> all hands on deck. thanks very much. outside to rob. >> gorgeous morning. we have a great crowd. hey, look at these gals from the hoosier state. we were just talking about sports movie. your favorite sports movie is -- >> all: "hoosiers." >> i was shocked by that answer. let's take a look at what's happening across the country as far as rainfall goes. along the gulf coast open for business now, heavy rain in florida. flood watches posted there where in some spots got ten inches yesterday. all-time record for a 24-hour period and next five days heavy rain
>> good morning, i am abc7 with the bay area forecast. most of us are starting off with sunshine. the clouds are lurking. sore the cooler conditions. from the cost and bay. breezy and more cooling tomorrow and friday. the best chance of showers and storms is saturday. low 60 at the coast. 68 in san francisco. 14 degrees cooler than yesterday and 70s and 80s around the bay. you have to go to antioch for 90s. my seven-day forecast shows storm impact >> look at this. found a big fan of tom llamas. this is your son. actually, no, this is your son. how embarrassed are you -- >> not embarrassed at all. i love her so much. >> how about that? congratulations. so good to have you with us. >> thank you. >> lara, back in to. >> i was wondering about that all morning long. >> welcome to "gma" and welcome to this guy, anthony anderson. [ applause ] so why are we playing this song? >> which one is anthony? >> stop. >> i'm your cousin june bug. >> okay. >> june bug, listen, guys, a
big "pop news" exclusive this morning. we are seeing a huge wave of nostalgia happening right now, shows like "gilmore girls," "twin peaks," "moo giefr" coming back. >> yes. >> people. ♪ easy -- >> you guys are doing a "good times" theme. >> my favorite part. hold on. ♪ okay, go on. >> you know what, i don't even want to. just bring it. tonight is the finale, season finale, and it's a "good times" theme. tell us about it. >> you know, "good times" is a show we grew up, was a staple in our household, and it's just an ode to "good times." john amos is the quintessential black daddy in the hood. and so we had to do a throwback show to that just to pay homage to them. >> we're looking at a picture of your cast. tell us what we see. >> john amos is played by laurence fishburne.
thelma is played by tracee ellis ross and florida by my momma jennifer lewis, and i'm playing keith the football player. we couldn't get mike to do that and mark is playing j.j. >> awesome. you have a little sneak peek for us. >> that's what we're doing. let's watch the sneak peek. >> keith, i'm pregnant. >> are you sure? >> of course, i'm sure. this thing is 26% accurate 65% of the time. >> how much fun was it? >> it was great. because that box, that contraption, that was ept. yeah, that big thing, right. that was the small one. so, no, it was a great time doing that show. you know, just reliving your childhood television show and playing these characters that i grew up wanting to be a part of. >> yep. >> who channeled their character the most? who got most into it? >> i'm going to say tracee ellis ross and deon cole who plays
buffalo bob. he plays bookman. yeah, yeah. buffalo -- >> yeah, he really embodied that character. everybody did. the kids are great in these -- >> they always are. >> we love the show. will you stay tuned. we got two more "pop news" -- >> no, i got things i got to do. there's another news show i have to go to. >> if you want to stay -- >> i'm staying. >> i'll hold him down. >> this is kind of a cool story. understanding a new language got easier thanks to a hopeless romantic who created a realtime translator after he met and had a crush on a french girl. it allows two who speak different languages to wear an earpiece and translates while you're speaking french, i'm speaking english and take a listen. >> can you hear me in french? [ speaking french ] >> oui. [ speaking in french ] >> translator: yes, i can hear you talk french, but this is awesome. >> no more french for dummies. >> that is cool.
>> let's hope the wires don't get crossed. >> yeah, exactly because bad things could happen. >> i want to know, does it translate ebonics? >> i believe they're working on that. >> okay, cool. >> it all gets done through your app on a smartphone. again, it called the pilot. it's at indiegogo. it's $300 and unlocking the language of love, priceless. >> yeah. >> ebonics. >> yeah, or that. that's all we have time for. anthony -- >> you asked me to stay and then kick me out. tonight the season finale.
now from abc7 news. good morning it's 8:27. i am reggie aqui with the abc morning news. good morning. we have a couple of problems spots. let's check it out. this this is the south bound 680 and we have an accident reported on the south shoulder. i am seeing a lot of cars doubt there and slow traffic and you're look at about a 16 minute drive. that's typically twice what it normally is. then we have a lot of slow traffic in the east bay and an accident 580 westbound and that's very slow
check out the micro chie mate and right now it's 73. let's see what's happening and there you can see a layer of fog trying to roll through. it's going drop san francisco to 68. the rest of us are going to be slight erie cooler at 58. check out the accuweather seven day forecast. big time cooling for everybody. we will have a chance of showers for everybody. >> that's a chance. another local news update in
0 minutes and another one on the ♪ get it together somehow ♪ going to get it together >> welcome to "gma." coldplay is here, everybody. the music video the band is still going strong after 20 years when they first met in college. >> amazing. today they are taking over times square. so good to have base player guy berryman. guitarist jonny buckland, will champion and this guy, chris martin, welcome to "good morning america." nice to have you. >> and before we came up here a new member was added to the
band, the bass player. i don't know what he does. george stephanopoulos, everybody. >> he does that all the time. >> join us in a bikini on stage. now we're ready. >> no, george isn't even in this chat. you're just such a huge fan you wanted to come up. i love that. >> i want to ask you about the video. picture of it, there's like you, there's cars racing around saturn. there's a giant you relaxing on a mountaintop. what is the message, if you will? >> the message? it came out yesterday and it's just about trying to look at the world in a new way. looking at everyone who is feeling despondent and present a new perspective and just show that everything is how you look at it. >> i love that. >> yeah. >> also beyonce is featured on the song "hymn for the weekend" that we saw the amazing halftime performance with beyonce and
bruno mars. how does that happen? hey, bey, hey bruno, we need you? >> the truth is actually that. it's really true. >> sort of like calling george and say we need you in a bikini. >> that was less true. >> these are friends you can pick up the phone. >> here's what happened. we kind of got asked -- sorry i'm talking too much. we got asked by the nfl. the 50th year. if you want to invite any friends so we just called up those two people and we love them and they do amazing stuff as everyone knows and that's exactly right. you're absolutely right. i just repeated what you said. >> talk to your bandmates. you've known each other for so long, will. since college. >> i was 19. >> a little lad. >> a tiny lad. >> i almost said lass. >> i was a wee lassie.
>> your secret to your magic. >> paying as much attention to the relationships as the music. like anything you have to -- >> it's like a garden. you have to grow it. >> like we do. >> we are like totally like a band. >> ho is the lead singer? >> great band, baby. lead singer. >> we appreciate you guys taking time off from your sold out world tour. is it still the same thrill when you walked into the sold out arenas and stadiums, same thrill as it was 20 years ago. >> absolutely and it's still a thrill to play live, but 200 people or however many are here, it's still exciting. >> 200 of the luckiest people in new york city. [ cheers and applause ] >> a lot of people at home lucky, as well. don't go anywhere. coldplay is performing live in just a moment but first we'll go outside and check the weather can rob. >> hey, michael. felony in wisconsin loves you. how about some coldplay? >> yes, love coldplay.
>> double whammy right there. you can hear them in a second. >> okay. >> can't wait for that. some good news for the east coast, been chilly. we'll warm up and wet at times. here's what you would expect in new york city, 75 on friday and d.c., a little bit of reprieve before the rain comes on saturday. rain and s >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the cooling but inland is in the 90s. my seven-day outlook shows you are in the 60s with the rest us tomorrow, and even some 60s with a chance of shower on saturday. >> going to be a great day. weather report brought to you by carmax. amy, you got food for everybody. >> it's only for expectant moms so move away, rob. all right, our chief women's head-to-head correspondent dr. jen ashton is back with some big advice for soon-to-be moms all part of her new book "eat this, not that when you're expecting" and she also has some news to celebrate. congratulations on getting your masters in nutrition because an
m.d. wasn't enough. >> no, i had a little extra time on my hands and graduate today right after i leave here from columbia with a masters in nutrition and the motivation for that, i talk about so many doctors talk about nutrition so much in the news. we get one hour of nutrition in medical school and knew terroristists talk about health but don't go to medical school so i wanted to hybrid. >> you proved you're smarter than all of us. congratulations. we have an expectant mom erin with a question to start off. we'll do each trimester so it's cool. erin, what's your question. >> dr. jen, i was wondering what types of over-the-counter medicine can i take while i'm pregnant. >> very common question, the motto less is more. really don't want to take anything unless you have to. work with your midwife or obstetrician. tylenol is a good go-to. relative live safe. >> first trimester. what you should eat. first trimester moms around us.
>> in the first trimester you're eating for you not for two so you want to start by kicking off foods that are healthy, giving you energy and developing the baby's vital organs so lean protein, whole grains, if you have any morning sickness, lemon, ginger, good way to go. >> i arer that. this is what you should not eat. >> do not eat the sugary sweetened beverages and fatty food, not good fuel for you and can aggravate morning sickness. >> the second trimester. all right. look at these lovely second trimester ladies. it's gone so fast for me. what should we eat in the second trimester. >> in the second trimester the average weight gain is a pound a week. you don't have to get too bogged down in terms of what we're showing you eat this, not that, we scoured every grocery store, every food item and major chain food restaurant and gave you guides what to eat and what to avoid. in the second trimester about a pound a week is the average weight gain. that's where you want to go for healthy proteins.
eggs are a super food. the chia seeds are great. >> morning sickness is over. you can eat the protein. the sweet spot. >> this is the stuff you want to avoid pretty much because this can aggravate heartburn. >> no ice cream. >> what. hold on. i'll bury the lede. i give it an "a" rating in the book. it's just that. a great source of calcium and protein. not a giant trough and coffee is okay. you want to limit it to one cup a day. >> into the home stretch. all right. you ladies are almost there. third trimester. >> you're in the home stretch. common medical issue, swelling, want to keep well hydrated. in terms of calcium, that's where you want to build up because it's not only for you, it's for the baby. >> those are my favorite foods. >> at that timety pizza, the pickles will add to the swelling. >> how many calories should be adding? >> about 350 a day. not that much you're eating for you. >> for like 1 1/2.
all right, jen, thank you. congratulations to all of you. "eat this, not that when you're expecting" is available now and all the ladies are going home with a copy. yay. head back inside to lara. >> it is graduation time. maybe looking for advice. this morning we have very special words of wisdom. take a look. these graduating fordham students are looking for advice. unbeknownst to them we have some pint-size counselors to share their wisdom. >> hi. >> hi. >> my name is adam. >> an idea responsible for the by american family insurance. 6-year-old eloise gets right to the point. >> are you nervous or scared to leave? >> nervous and scared. i don't know what's next. >> i think you should always keep your mind open. >> hi. >> reporter: 11-year-old casey gives uplifting advice.
>> i'm casey. what do you want to be when you grow up? >> i still don't know what i want to be when i grow up. >> always follow your dreams. >> 5-year-old emma talks to jack about making new friends. >> hi. >> hello. >> i'm a little nervous about my move because i don't know anyone. >> telling them what's your name and then they'll tell you theirs. >> hi, my name is jack. >> hi, jack, my name is emma. >> nice to meet you. so are we friends now. >> from a 6-year-old to help others and to never give up is really nice. >> to take on the world. >> nice piece and coming up, coldplay performing live. don't go anywhere. "gma's" road to success brought to you by american family insurance. talk to a kid coach today and find your freedom to dream.
head full of dreams." it's called "hymn for the weekend." ♪ ♪ oh angel sent from up above you know you make my world light up ♪ ♪ when i was down when i was hurt you came to lift me up ♪ ♪ life is a drink and love a drug oh now i think i must be miles up ♪ ♪ when i was a river dried up you came to rain a flood ♪ ♪ and said drink from me drink
from me when i was so thirsty pour on a symphony ♪ ♪ now i just can't get enough put your wings on me wings on me ♪ ♪ when i was so heavy pour on a symphony and now i'm low low low low ♪ ♪ i oh i oh got me feeling drunk and high ♪ ♪ so high so high i oh i oh i oh ♪ ♪ now i'm feeling drunk and high so high so high woo ♪ ♪ ♪ oh angel sent from up above i
feel it coursing through my blood ♪ ♪ life is a drink you're love's about to make the stars come out ♪ ♪ you put your wings on me wings on me when i was so heavy ♪ ♪ poured on a symphony when i'm low low low low ♪ ♪ i oh i oh i got me feeling drunk and high ♪ ♪ so high so high oh i oh i oh i ♪ ♪ i'm feeling drunk and high so high so high ♪ ♪ oh yeah ♪ i oh i oh i ♪ got me feeling la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ so high so high i oh i oh i
♪ i'm feeling drunk and high so high so high ♪ ♪ then we'll shoot across the sky then we'll shoot across the ♪ ♪ then we'll shoot across the sky then we'll shoot across the world ♪ ♪ then we'll shoot across the sky then we'll shoot across the ♪ ♪ then we'll shoot across the sky then we'll shoot across the ♪ >> all right, thank you, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
more coldplay. now they're going to take us up and up with the third track off their third album, "a head full of dreams." ♪ fixing up a car to drive in it again searching for the water hoping for the rain ♪ ♪ up and up up and up ♪ down upon the canvas working meal to meal ♪ ♪ waiting for a chance to pick on your orange field ♪ ♪ up and up up and up ♪ see a pearl form a diamond in the rough ♪ ♪ see a bird soaring high above the flood ♪ ♪ it's in your blood it's in your blood ♪ ♪ underneath the storm an umbrella is saying ♪ ♪ sitting with the poison takes away the pain ♪ ♪ up and up up and up saying
♪ we're gonna get it get it together right now ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together somehow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flower ♪ ♪ we're gonna get it get it together i know ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together go go ♪ ♪ up and up and up ♪ lying in the gutter aiming for the moon trying to empty out the ocean with a spoon ♪ ♪ up and up up and up ♪ try to see the forest and waiting to be free ♪ ♪ just need love just need love ♪ ♪ when the going can rough saying ♪ ♪ we're gonna get it get it
together right now ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together somehow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flower ♪ ♪ we're gonna get it get it together i know ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and go ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ but you can say what is or fight for it close your mind or take a risk ♪ ♪ you can say it's mine and clench your fist or see each sunrise as a gift ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ we're gonna get it get it
together right now ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together somehow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flower ♪ ♪ oh ♪ we're gonna get it get it together i know ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and go ♪ ♪ up and up and up oh ♪ we're gonna get it get it together right now ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together somehow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flower ♪ ♪ we're gonna get it get it together i know ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and flow ♪ ♪ gonna get it get it together and go ♪ ♪ up and up and up oh ♪ fixing up a car to drive in it again ♪ ♪ when you're in pain when you think you've had enough ♪ ♪ don't ever give up
good morning reggie. we have breaking news and police have just confirmed that they have found a body inside of a car that's in a pond. this is near moral avenue. we will follow the breaking news and follow us on twitter and the bay area. now a quick check of the forecast. >> good morning everybody. already touching the coast and then 60s 1k37 0s and 80s in land and then in the east bay. leaving san francisco south bound just to 280 going to the bridge if you're leaving the city. we have an accident that's pretty solid and backed up all the way ton jose.
>> thank you sue. now time with live "live with ke >> it's "live with kelly." today, from the new comedy, "neighbors 2: sorority rising," zac efron. and one of the stars of the "angry birds movie," josh gad. plus, it's cedric the entertainer's turn to take the co-host challenge when he shows off his best dance moves, all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] and now here are kelly ripa and cedric the entertainer. [applause]