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good morning, america. breaking news on the mystery of flight 804. an american plane spotting wreckage in the mediterranean. including passengers' belongings. an airplane seat. what we're learning about the pilots. manning the controls when the plane went down and new questions about what happened at the airport before the flight took off. investigators trying to determine if this was an act of terror. the fbi now involved. >> so far at least, we have no claim of responsibility or evidence that this was an intentional act. >> airports around the country beefing up security. our team is live around the globe. hillary clinton's toughest attack on donald trump. >> i've concluded he's not qualified to be president of the united states. >> the gop candidate fights back. >> for her to be able to
continue to run is an absolute disgrace. in my opinion to this country. >> the front-runner says she'll be the nominee. close call. a scuba diver stranded at sea, surrounded by sharks. 17 miles from shore. the whole encounter caught on his gopro camera. we take you inside the dramatic rescue. ♪ this is the part where i break free ♪ >> the hottest singer of the summer. ♪ we're kicking off our parties in the park. she's fierce. she's focused. she's ariana grande. and she's all fired up for "gma," live this morning. and good morning, america. look at that crowd in central
park this morning. ready to kick off our summer concert series with ariana grande. >> they're ready to go. first, right to the brand-new developments in the mystery surrounding the disappearance of egyptair flight 804. 66 people were onboard. egyptian officials are say they have found debris they believe is from the jet. discovered by a u.s. search plane. >> we have team coverage across the globe. matt gutman starts us off from karpathos, greece. close to the debris where it was found. >> reporter: good morning. con formation just now from greek officials that an american spotter plane found what appears to be airline seats, luggage and remains of passengers. it sadly appears everybody onboard that plane 66 crew and passengers have perished. egyptian ships are collecting debris and taking it back to egypt. earlier we got a sense of what it's like out there on the
mediterranean for search and rescue teams. visibility is great. the wind is low. good flying weather but difficult to spot something from 2,000 feet. what is good about finding the debris is it narrows down the search. it was about five miles south of where radar lost contact with flight 804. that is good news. less good news is that it happened 100 miles south of here where a deep trench in the mediterranean there that goes about 10,000 feet down and it's going to be very difficult to bring up the black boxes and major pieces of the fuselage for the investigation. george. >> thank you, matt. now to the brand-new images of the pilot and co-pilot of the flight. authorities have released their names and these photos. abc's david kerley is in washington with the latest on the investigation. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning. already the debris we're hearing about is going to yield clues as investigators work to find the
wreckage. and the black boxes on the bottom of the mediterranean. we're learning more about the final moments and that crew. this morning, we know the identities of the pilots at the controls of this jet when it disappeared. egyptair confirming on flight 804, mohamed shoukair was the captain with over 6,000 flying hours. his copilot, mohamed assem had over 2,000 hours. their backgrounds and recent behavior all part of the investigation. the jetliner was on a late flight with 66 on board. from paris to cairo. as it's preparing to descend into cairo, 804 disappears from radar, minutes after talking to air traffic control. greek officials say the radar shows the jet turned left, and then strangely to the right before disappearing. with even egyptian officials believing terrorism is more likely than a technical problem, authorities are looking for clues. checking tarmac workers in paris and reviewing the jet's stops in trouble spots before the flight.
it had flown to eritrea on tuesday. and to tunisia wednesday before making the paris to cairo flight in the evening. tom hauter is a crash investigator. >> if it turns out that this is a bomb, yes, you have to look at the whole security for all the flight. where the aircraft came from. what kind of bomb was it? >> reporter: hours after the jet disappears, relatives gathering at airports, learning the grim news that no one survived. the french and the british have sent investigators to cairo. the egyptians are still running the investigation, which will be long and expensive. and some u.s. experts worry whether egypt is up to the task. >> let's get more from our aviation expert stephen ganyard. this orange box, this is key right now. >> this is key. we found some debris which this will help narrow down the search area. they can put the microphones in the water. they'll be listening for the metallic pinger powered by the battery. we have 30 days to find the boxes. >> let's run through the
theories. u.s. officials say that they didn't -- our satellites have not picked up any heat signature of a possible explosion. >> it's a little bit strange that they didn't. on the other hand, if you think of the metrojet. the russian aircraft brought down was brought down by a coke can size of explosives. it doesn't mean there would be a giant bomb. that would blow the whole airplane up. with lots of heat signature. it could be done with little explosives. >> i know you have been skeptical of the whole report that the plane swerved and circled around before it went down. you're skeptical. if it were true, would that possibly indicate a struggle in the cockpit? >> highly unlikely. i think we're looking at an airplane that came apart at altitude. perhaps the radar was seeing the pieces of the jet before it hit the water. >> thank you, steve ganyard. the charles de gaulle airport a major focus of the investigation. authorities trying to determine whether a security failure allowed a bomb to get onboard.
alex marquardt has more on that from paris. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is one of the biggest and busiest airports in the world. the security measures in place at charles de gaulle are some of the strictest. as this deepens, there are more and more questions about a possible major security lapse. this morning, the security measures at europe's second biggest airport under intense scrutiny. after ms804 fell from the sky without warning. investigators at the charles de gaulle airport are scanning footage for possible clues. wondering if someone, something was able to slip through on to its grounds. spread over nearly 13 square miles. with more than 65 million passengers and with almost 500,000 aircraft passing through every year, could an explosive device have been hidden inside the jet by an insider? could there have been a failure in luggage inspection or screening employees? charles de gaulle uses strict european regulations.
for its security procedures like scanning passengers and recruiting staff. around 100,000 people work here. when they show up for work, they go through the same screening as passengers. since last year's paris attacks, more than 70 of the so-called red badges granting access to secure areas of this airport have been revoked or not renewed because of fears of radicalization. there are no systematic sweeps of planes when they arrive here. ms804 only spent 90 minutes on the tarmac after arriving from tunisia. egyptair and the airport tell us there was no special sweep on the flight. the cleaning crews that go through every plane, every hold, are specially trained to be looking out for weapons and explosives. >> we turn to abc chief investigative correspondent brian ross for the latest. >> reporter: good morning. adding to the mystery is the so far lack of claim of
responsibility from isis or al qaeda. two terror groups that have never been shy about taking credit for deadly attacks. so far, nothing on their usual internet outlets. >> not just the airport in paris. how about the other stops it made before getting there? >> reporter: that's a good question. officials are asking why if terrorists somehow did smuggle a bomb past security at charles de gaulle airport, it was placed on half empty red eye flight? instead of the other flights leaving for european capitals or the u.s. that puts a focus on egyptair and that particular aircraft. prior to arriving in paris, it made stops in tunisia and eritrea. in northern africa. two countries with bad airport security. now a sharp focus on who had access to that plane in paris and africa. >> the fact they didn't do a security sweep. >> very surprising and disappointing. >> of course we have heightened security concerns at home as well as passengers face those
extremely long lines from the tsa crisis, abc's mary bruce is at newark airport with the latest. good morning, mary. >> reporter: hi, george, good morning. those long lines are forming here. travelers are asking, could it happen here? some individual airports like los angeles international are beefing up their security. this morning, the tsa says it's not making changes. the agency is already operating at an all-time high. increasing screening of passengers with carry-on luggage following an embarrassing breakdown last year. when agents failed to detect mock explosives, banned items 95% of the time. the tsa implemented more manual screenings but they're also dealing with more travelers and fewer agents, which has led to this. >> this is a nightmare. >> we missed our flight. we're told there's nothing they can do. >> arrive earlier. expect long lines. >> reporter: massive lines and huge delays.
the concern, is flying about to become even more difficult? and that is the big question that travelers here are asking this morning. the tsa says they have to walk a fine line. they want to get the lines moving. their top priority is keeping everyone safe. george and robin? >> people have to stay calm this weekend as they travel. thank you, mary. now the race for the white house. hillary clinton saying she'll be the nominee, while slamming donald trump, calling him not qualified to be president. as she climbs back to the top in a new national poll. tom llamas is here with the latest. >> reporter: donald trump and hillary clinton in a back and forth still going on this morning. trump just tweeting that isis wants hillary to be president. overnight, donald trump taking a short trip across the river and feeling right at home in new jersey. >> there's nothing like new jersey. oh, wise guys. so many wise guys. >> reporter: raising money with
governor chris christie and wasting no time going after hillary clinton. >> for her to be able to continue to run is an absolute disgrace, in my opinion, to this country. >> reporter: but clinton telling cnn she is going to go all the way. >> i will be the nominee for my party, chris. that is -- that is already done in effect. there is no way that i won't be. >> reporter: and as for her gop opponent, clinton says trump is the one not fit for the white house. >> i think if you go through many of his irresponsible, reckless, dangerous comments, it's not just somebody saying something off the cuff. i have concluded he's not qualified to be president of the united states. >> reporter: but trump says his dire predictions on issues like terror validate him. convinced terrorists took down the egyptair flight, announcing it on twitter as the news broke of the plane's disappearance. >> what just happened about 12 hours ago? a plane got blown out of the sky. if anything, if anybody thinks
it wasn't blown out of the sky, you're 100% wrong, folks. >> reporter: and replaying the foreign policy promises. >> when carrier, ford, nabisco leaving chicago with a big plan, they're moving to mexico, i'm not eating oreos anymore. neither is chris. you're not eating oreos anymore. no more oreos for either of us. don't feel bad. for either of us. >> reporter: a lot of people talking about the oreo joke this morning. hillary clinton tweeting if you cite supporting torture and hosting pageants as foreign policy qualifications, your definition needs work. george and robin? >> it's may. >> got a long way to go still. >> we certainly do. we're going to move on to celebrate morley safer. the legendary "60 minutes" journalist died thursday at the age of 84, just a week after retiring. his decades reported informed, inspired and entertained. >> i'm morley safer. i'm morley safer.
i'm morley safer. >> reporter: for six decades, he defined and redefined journalism. bringing a love of storytelling, literary style, and an offbeat on-camera charm. >> i really don't like being on television. it makes me uneasy. it's not natural to be talking to a piece of machinery. but the money is very good. >> reporter: safer was on the ground in vietnam. >> come this way. >> reporter: in 1965, he reported on u.s. troops burning a village. bringing the conflict and confusion of the war home to american living rooms. >> this is what the war in vietnam is all about. >> reporter: he joined "60 minutes" and stayed for 40 years. interviewing celebrities. others who were just interesting doing tough interviews. >> you must have known. >> i can't explain it. >> reporter: and some fluff. >> is your wife here? >> no, she's not. >> reporter: a skeptical 1993 examination of modern art created a firestorm in the art world. >> it's a white rectangle. >> right. he's a minimal artist.
and -- >> i would say so. >> reporter: one of his favorite stories, lenell geter. >> i've received no justice. >> reporter: wrongly convicted of armed robbery, he was serving a life sentence. until safer's report. >> is that the man who held up the kentucky fried chicken? >> no. >> reporter: ten days after the story aired, jeter's conviction was overturned. >> to make that kind of difference, to save a life, is pretty hot stuff. >> reporter: safer's colleague, steve kroft, loved his kindness, his sense of humor. and generous spirit. safer had a singular life and he knew it. >> i've lived a charmed life. as a reporter and an individual. a lot of it is blood, sweat, toil, and tears. a lot of it is pure, unadulterated luck. and i've been a very lucky guy. >> grateful man right there. boy, he did so much at "60 minutes" something like 900 pieces on every possible topic >> and the special they did on him last sunday.
it was so beautiful. quite a journalist. quite a gentleman. amy with the other top stories. san francisco's police chief has now resigned after another police shooting that has raised racial tensions in that city. chief greg suhr stepping down hours after an officer shot and killed a young black woman driving a stolen car. a dramatic scene in ohio. a high-speed chase with police rescuing a woman from a truck. one officer kicking in the windshield. an officer dragging the suspect out from behind the wheel. he faces a number of charges. in california, a hiker missing since monday has been found safe. take a look why. he used duct tape, can you see it -- to spell out "help" on a rock. near his camp site. search crews saw it from the air and safely rescued him. the nfl is reimbursing taxpayers more than $700,000 after the league was paid by the military to honor soldiers at games. abc news was the first to tell
you about the so-called "paid patriotism." the pentagon paid sports leagues and college programs nearly $7 million to stage ceremonies. and military flag rollouts. another stunning performance from lebron james. his triple-double helped the cavaliers crush the raptors, 108-89. lebron passed shaquille o'neal on the all-time playoff list. and robin was trying to explain to me what a triple double is. >> he had 23 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assist. >> boom, thank you, robin, for the assist. finally, a new twist on the classic movie, "a league of their own." unlike the movie, this is an all-girls little league team. the peaches from west seattle. look at them. also unlike the movie, the peaches play against the boys. it turns out the peaches are good. they're really good. they have been outrunning and outhitting the boys. look, they just keep going and going. they don't keep score at -- or stats at this young age.
the boys, i gotta say, they better look out. there's no crying in baseball, ladies. >> love that movie. >> no attention to the baselines either. >> just who can run the fastest. >> free-form. >> thank you, amy. >> thanks for the assist. let's go to rob in central park. the latest on the floods in texas. a rainy weekend in the northeast. what about the crowd? >> we got a lot of girls here. they could put their little league team together. ariana on stage for the first sound check. we want to talk about the floods happening across austin, texas. look at this video in texas. nearly three inches of rain falling. this storm activity rolling across the gulf coast. then up the east coast for a bit of a mess as we head toward the weekend. tomorrow 5:00 look at d.c., baltimore, the preakness looks to be muddy. sunday it hangs on in boston.
>> i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. need the sunglasses this morning or an umbrella? scattered shower this morning. the rest us get a chance tomorrow but it will be dry on sunday. now, the temperatures show upper 50s to low 60s the coast and san francisco and 64 to 69 for the rest us. going to be chilly tone with drizzle. upper 40s to low 50s. my seven-day forecast shows tomorrow is the coolest, watch out for an and coming up here, look at the scuba trip gone wrong.
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all right. we're back. we're talking about cooler temperatures. 49 in napa right now to 54. let's see what will happen with our breezes. 28 at sfo, 28 in oakland. 28 at half moon bay and we have a weather warning with gusts at 5:00 at sfo. a look at your day planner, looking at clouds and sunshine, a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm across the north bay. temperatures in this 50s for the
coast and 60s for the rest of us. even cooler tomorrow with a chance of stray shower or thunderstorm from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. a little bit of drizzle possible as we wake up tomorrow morning. reggie. >> thank you very much, mike. what is life in prison really like? a look at diane sawyer's special, coming up next on "gma." please join us every weekday from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. the news continues right now with "good morning america."
[ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma." look at that huge crowd in central park. everyone out this morning for ariana grande. as we count down to our summer concert kickoff. the hashtag ariana on gma already twitter's number two in the country. >> i have my earplugs in. i have to take them out. also right now, egyptian officials believe they have found debris from the crash of flight 804. an airplane seat and passengers' belongings discovered this morning by a u.s. search plane. we'll have much more on that in a moment. and a big headline in the battle against zika. the senate passing a $1.1 billion amendment. the u.s. swim team won't train in puerto rico. due to concerns about the virus.
a combat veteran making to it the top of mt. everest. making history. his incredible story in just a bit. the latest on the mysterious disappearance of flight 804. let's go back to matt gutman near where the debris was found. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. new information rolling in. the greeks are saying a possible debris field was found. they believe an airline seat, luggage and remains of a passenger were also found. a satellite image from the european space agency found an oil slick near that area that helps narrow down the search and now believed that all 66 passengers and crew have perished. the bad news is that this is about 100 miles south of here along a very deep area of the mediterranean and it's going to be very difficult to bring up pieces of the fuselage and the black box that will yield the critical clues, george, robin.
>> thank you, matt. now to the scary moment at sea. a scuba diver stranded in the water. surrounded by sharks. the whole encounter captured on his gopro camera. mara schiavocampo is here with more. >> that video is unbelievable. the man says he's been diving for 35 years and has never seen anything like this. surfacing to find that his boat had drifted three miles away. lost at sea. and all alone. this morning, 68-year-old florida diver randy fales sharing his harrowing story of a scuba trip gone wrong. all caught on his gopro camera. surfacing from a 30-minute dive sunday, stranded in 90 feet of water. 17 miles offshore. >> came up at the end of the dive. looked around. and no boat. >> reporter: within minutes, some unwanted company. watch as fales uses his spear to keep the eight-foot shark at bay. >> first shark showed up and
started swimming around me and swimming towards me. then he -- swam by me and hit me with one of his pectoral fins. >> reporter: the real-life drama like a scene from the 2003 thriller, "open water." >> oh! >> reporter: one hour after fales surfaced, a second visitor. >> he started swimming around me, in circles. swimming close. >> reporter: still, he kept his cool, blowing a whistle. using his neon yellow dive bag to signal for help. unable to find him, fales' family, on the boat, alerted the coast guard. >> i was desperate. i didn't know what to do. >> reporter: finally, after 90 exhausting minutes, a fishing boat just happened to find fales. a happy ending to one man's terrifying fish tale. >> when they got near me, i said, boy, am i glad to see you. >> reporter: you bet. that video gives me chills. despite all of that drama, fales says he plans to go back to
diving as soon as he can. his daughters say they plan to buy him a gps locator for father's day. that's a really smart gift. this guy is so cool under pressure. he says, i liked seeing the sharks that close up. he has a different perspective than rest of us. >> she sure does. >> he did all the right things. blowing the whistle and having the -- >> he did everything right. he said his biggest concern was cramping. after swimming that long he would cramp. >> he kept the camera rolling the whole time. >> he should work in news. you roll no matter what. an abc news exclusive. diane sawyer, inside rikers island. the large 'single jail complex in the country. 80% of prisoners are awaiting trial. the new jail commissioner has a radical plan to change the history of violence. >> reporter: over 415 acres, the sprawling humanity of rikers island. out of sight, often out of mind. officers. inmates. some of them kids who have walked in the door for the first time.
had you been away from home before this? >> no, this is the longest i have ever been away from my mom. >> reporter: 17-year-old franklin. his father left when he was a baby. he's a child of the sprawling housing projects. the poverty. the gangs. the drugs. >> i don't want to live in the projects forever. i want to move somewhere far. someplace that nobody plans on going. >> reporter: like more than half the inmates, he's been held for a nonviolent crime, most of them involving possession and selling of drugs. what was the crossroads that got you here? >> like you said, one way, then go another way. i just went the opposite way of the good way. >> reporter: but franklin loved school. he's written a letter to the judge hoping for another chance. you write here, i'm a nobody. learn from my mistakes. there's a lot i look forward to in the future. give me someone to talk to if i feel myself thinking negative thoughts.
in the past, videos show -- that even nonviolent kids can be forced to survive a violent population. which brings us to the new man in charge at rikers. a man who says he's come to change this notorious place. starting with solitary. commissioner joseph ponte says there's no evidence this kind of treatment reduces violence. and says remember, 80% of the inmates at rikers will eventually be back out on the streets. he wants everyone here to work for a different result. >> we can change people's lives. if you don't believe that, then you have to say that these are throwaway people. so they're throwaways. they're violent when they come in, they'll be violent when they come out. they'll be the next criminal to do 50 years for the next assault. because they're getting out. they're going to be your neighbor. >> reporter: ponte is drastically reducing the use of solitary confinement. perhaps his most radical idea, something that would be the first in the country. get rid of solitary completely for the most potentially violent
population in the jail, 18 to 21-year-olds who are, by the numbers, the most difficult group to control. hasn't it been a third of the violence. >> a third of the violence. >> reporter: doesn't that give you pause getting rid -- >> it's not easy. these are difficult and dangerous people that we're dealing with. i'm not saying this is an easy task. but it's a much better hopeful outcome than what we were doing. >> you have never been shaken in that belief? >> i haven't. >> you'll see a lot more on the special report and see how the commissioner's new plan is being received. watching "nightline" tonight. coming up, the golden boy of golf, phil mickelson, in trouble. how did he make almost $1 million in a week on a stock tip? and a "grey's anatomy" bombshell. which fan favorite bid good-bye? we have what she's saying about it this morning.
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mickelson, forced to repay almost $1 million for a stock tip that he didn't know at the time was insider information. rebecca jarvis is here with the latest. >> reporter: that's right. investigators say phil mickelson made $1 million that wasn't his to make and used that money to pay off his gambling debts. he's been named a relief defendant. after profiting from the crimes of others. >> so this might be the tournament. >> oh. >> whoo! >> an unbelievable shot by mickelson! >> reporter: he's the golf superstar with 42 pga titles. >> incredible. >> reporter: known for his uncanny ability to get out of any difficult situation on the course. >> oh, my goodness! >> incredible. >> can you believe this? >> reporter: off the course, phil mickelson finds himself in unchartered territory.
>> i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. >> reporter: the s.e.c. looking into how the successful pitchman made an almost $1 million profit from stock in nearly one day. >> simply put, mickelson made money that wasn't his to make. when you make money that you're not entitled to, you should not get to keep it. we have not charged him with insider trading. >> reporter: it all stems from a stock tip he received in 2012 from friend and noted gambler billy walters. walters allegedly telling mickelson to invest in dean foods. the problem? walters' tip was allegedly the result of inside information he received from thomas davis, the now former chairman of dean foods. mickelson has agreed to pay back the full amount with interest. mickelson reps telling abc news overnight he feels vindicated but takes full responsibility for the decision and associations that led him to becoming part of this investigation.
phil mickelson has not been accused of any criminal wrongdoi. he was not charged with insider trading. his spokesperson telling abc news phil feels vindicated. >> all right, rebecca. thank you very much. coming up on "good morning america," the military veterans climbing mt. everest and the incredible marine becoming the first combat amputee ever to reach the summit. we're counting down to summer. our first party in the park, ariana grande coming up. live. we'll see you there. camming up. live. we'll see you there.
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we're back now with an epic feat. an american hero becoming the first ever combat amputee to reach the top of mt. everest. a team of soldiers and veterans close behind. all part of a mission to inspire and help their fellow vets. this morning, marine corps staff sergeant charlie linville is the first ever combat amputee to reach the summit. all 29,000 feet of mt. everest. not far behind, retired staff sergeant chad jukes. who also lost his right leg to an ied explosion in iraq.
jukes' team of american soldiers just four days away from reaching everest's summit. from 20,000 feet speaking exclusively with abc via satellite phone. >> we're feeling good. feeling strong. >> reporter: the vets are among the first wave of climbers taking on everest since the earthquake rocked nepal last spring. the climbers battling 60-mile-an-hour winds and drastic temperature changes. to pay tribute to their fallen colleagues. >> i have a picture of pfc keith williams and staff sergeant benjamin crane. i'm bringing them to the summit for their families. >> reporter: also to bring an awareness with veteran mental health, with an estimated 22 u.s. vets committing suicide every day. staff sergeant juke says he struggled with ptsd after his amputation. >> i have found great satisfaction, great happiness in getting into the outdoors. and i think that a lot of people can share in that healing power. >> i mean, it's truly remarkable.
if all goes according to plan, chad jukes should summit sometime on monday. >> whoo! >> i know. it's incredible. coming up, get ready to break free. ariana grande is live in central park. she's kicking off our summer. a huge crowd. they're ready. lara is already there. her performance just moments away. just moments away.
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and it's time. ♪ break free >> get ready to break free with ariana grande, kicking off our biggest party in the park. we can't wait for you to join. >> i'm ariana grande. i'm about to kick off our dangerous woman party in the park. whoo! >> the superstar performing live. and you have a front row seat as we say -- >> good morning, america. mwah. [ cheers and applause ] happy friday indeed. look at that crowd in central park. you're seeing them from the wabc chopper. so many there to kick off our summer concert series. >> we're getting close. the countdown is on. about 28 minutes left. ariana grande, getting ready to take the stage. lara and jesse already out there. how is it going, guys? >> how's it going, george? it is awesome. what a great way to kick off our summer concert series.
the crowd is so fired up. and why? >> this crowd is juiced. they're all here to see one "dangerous woman." ariana, come on out! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> she does know how to make an entrance. >> mm-hmm. >> look at the countdown clock. almost there. we cannot wait to hear her perform. we're celebrating a big anniversary this morning. can you believe? "ferris bueller's day off" 30 years old. nick watt is in chicago. where they're celebrating it there, at ferris fest. look who he has with him. his best friend, cameron. otherwise known as alan ruck. we have all the excitement coming up. >> that's coming. but first, the morning rundown from amy. good morning. the big story this morning, the search crews say they've found more debris from egyptair flight 804.
in the mediterranean sea. 66 people were on the flight. authorities believed crashed in 10,000 feet of water. finding the debris will help narrow the search for the black boxes. matt gutman is nearby on the greek island of karpathos. matt, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. new information coming in from greek defense officials that a u.s. plane found what appears to be an airline seat, luggage. and the remains of passengers. it's believed everybody aboard flight 804, 66 passengers and crew have perished. but at least finding that debris helps rescuers and searchers narrow down the search. you can maybe hear what appears to be a search helicopter buzzing. the search continues. the problem is that the plane apparently went down in a very deep area of the relatively shallow mediterranean sea. about 10,000 feet. getting to the black boxes. the parts of the fuselage that could tell us what happened could be difficult. amy?
>> thank you, matt. adding to the mystery is the lack of any claim of responsibility from terror groups like isis or al qaeda. also u.s. officials say satellites did not pick up any heat signature from an explosion. though that doesn't rule out anything. meanwhile, some airports already beefing up on security. one concern is airport workers' access to cargo areas and the fact that the egyptair plane arrived in paris from two countries in north africa notorious for weak security. to politics now. the democratic national committee reportedly planning to extend an olive branch to bernie sanders. the washington post reports that they'll offer sanders a key policymaking decision this summer at the convention. that may not be enough to placate him, especially now that hillary clinton has essentially declared the race over. saying there's no way i won't be the nominee. clinton also slammed donald trump saying he is not qualified to be president. trump fired back. saying for her to be able to run is an absolute disgrace to this country.
a health alert with summer right around the corner. the cdc is warning nearly 80% of public pools and hot tubs violate health codes. 1 out of every 8 locations inspected had to be closed immediately for serious health and safety violations. and that nber was even higher among children's pools. all right. let's end this on a good note. finally, we want to tip our hat to bill ritter. a member of our "gma" family. who works at our station in new york. 44 years after he was kicked out of college for protesting the vietnam war, bill is graduating from college today! >> all right, bill! >> yes. from the news school here in new york. the wabc news room. >> whoa. did you see that picture of him? wow. >> gathered to celebrate -- yeah, he was -- that was 44 years ago. look at him. he looks, yeah, he looks a little different now. >> just a little bit. >> he doesn't look 44 years older, that's for sure. >> we want to congratulate. he's the newest member of the
class of 2016. go bill ritter. >> proud of you. >> congratulations. >> love him, love him, love him. back to lara in central park with the morning menu. >> thank you, robin. congratulations to bill ritter. that's terrific. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." first some news. a shocker in the e.r. "grey's anatomy" season finale stunning fans. a beloved doctor hanging up the scrubs. what she's saying about it this morning. and super savings on your cell phone. we're on the "case" helping you save everything from chargers to broken screens. and, well, who do i have here? hello miss ariana grande. petite, but a huge voice. performing for a huge crowd in central park. you excited? >> i am. >> so excited. so are they. get to the park. it's all happening next on "gma." so happy you're here. >> thank you. ♪ ♪
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wedding, a home birth by cesarean section. the unexpected departure of a main character. this time, not the result of catastrophe. but of human kindness. >> hold on. okay. >> wait. >> reporter: last night's action-packed season finale. ending with another good-bye. >> sofia deserves to have two happy moms. >> reporter: for a long beloved character. dr. callie torres, played by sara ramirez, is heading east. and heading out of the "grey's anatomy" door, after ten seasons on the show. this orthopedic surgeon extraordinary no stranger to couplings. >> i guess i thought there should be a difference. between you and erica. >> reporter: yet, it was her bisexuality and her relationship with dr. arizona robbins that made callie a primetime game-changer. from their kiss. to their courtship. and their wedding.
and they're not so happily ever after, amid child custody conflicts. >> being a mother is the reason i'm still alive today. >> reporter: thursday night's episode bringing understanding from her ex. >> plane tickets. bring her back next weekend. >> reporter: and for dr. torres, the chance to leave town with her child. in a statement to abc news, sara ramirez saying she'll be taking some welcome time off. saying she's deeply grateful to have spent the last ten years with my family at "grey's anatomy" and abc. "grey's" creator saying i'll miss callie tremendously. but i'm excited for what the future holds for sara. she will always have a home at shondaland. people took in the finale at watch parties across the country. from this one in new jersey to tulsa, oklahoma. >> oh, my gosh! >> reporter: lucky fans got a surprise call from camilla luddington.
"grey's" own doctor. the subject of a big season ending revelation, too. >> sorry i ran. i had to make sure he would never find me. >> if you try to divorce him. >> he would find me. >> were you expecting any of that? >> no, none of it. >> no. >> no. >> this is so exciting. >> it's juicy. >> it really is. >> reporter: juicy indeed. somehow, there's always plenty to discuss after the season finale of a shonda rhimes show, guys. >> funny how that happens. last season, mcdreamy saying good-bye. callie this season. but the show must go on. and it does, chris. >> yeah, nobody says goodbye like "grey's." every season, this show finds a way to put appealing characters in situations of great stress and pressure with a lot at stake in a way that the audience really enjoys. they do it over and again. it's the recipe for success.
>> and joe front and center last night. >> yeah, let's see. so she can't marry alex because it turns out she's already married to an abusive guy who she fears so much that she can't divorce. i don't think the season 13 writers are going to do anything with that, do you? >> no. >> couldn't be. thank you, chris. that was great. let's go to lara in the park. >> we have to get to the park. >> we're going, too. >> yeah, please, guys. get down here. i want to tell you a story. about a woman getting a whole lot of heat for saying the key to a successful marriage is -- staying hot for your husband. her essay getting a lot of reaction and backlash this morning. kayna whitworth sat down with the newlywed. >> reporter: overnight, a firestorm online when blogger amanda lauren published her article, staying hot for my husband is essential to a successful marriage. >> i said i vow to stay hot for you and to keep trying to look and feel my best for you.
>> reporter: lauren, penning a blog just weeks after saying i do to writer ethan cass. >> i want to give him the gift of having the best possible wife. part of that is looking good. >> reporter: the backlash? swift. one woman saying, the article made some women feel their looks make them unworthy of long-term love. >> i hate to say that it's different for men and women, but in my house, in my relationship, it is. >> reporter: do you think that other men should try and stay hot for their partners? >> if that makes them happier, and that makes them better partners, then of course they should. >> reporter: others questioning the newlywed's qualifications. one commenting, come back when you've been married a few years. some people are saying they think you're a wee bit early to be dishing out marriage advice. >> this is what works for my own marriage. i think i'll feel the same way in 40 years. >> reporter: but relationship expert dr. jess carbino says
lauren's views are problematic. >> no one gets a divorce and cites attractiveness as the reason. people talk about finances, communication. so i found the article to be really out of touch with what millennials today desire in relationships. >> reporter: this morning, lauren defending herself saying her message is one of empowerment. do you still feel that being hot is essential to a successful marriage? >> i feel being your best self is essential for a successful marriage. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> all right. kayna, thank you very much. and we're going to switch gears now. we have some secret ways to save big on your cell phone. all part of our "biggest waste of money" series. becky worley is on the case. with smart ways to cut costs on your smartphones. good morning, lady. >> good morning, lara. i'm in the middle of thousands of cell phones. you can take your selfies now.
okay, guys. and the average american including these guys are paying $100 a month for these phones. so i teamed up with our friends at yahoo! finance to delete some of the waste and share the savings. [ phone ringing ] hello? it's your smartphone calling. >> being smart can mean big savings. >> reporter: and here to save us money, my savings genie. jeanie ahn. from yahoo finance. first that unlimited bill. i get the unlimited data. i'm freaked out about the over rajs. >> do a data audit. >> reporter: i've never done that before. >> let's talk gigs. do you know how much you use? >> no idea. check your bill. you're buying way more data than you need, i bet. a third of americans don't even hit one gig a month. for example, with my carrier, five gigs a month is $50. you go up to 15, that becomes $100. so if you got this locked down, you could save $600 a year.
now when you upgrade, the biggest waste, the old phone. i think i'll keep it. maybe i could use it for music or maybe some day the kids will want it. >> ah! >> reporter: did you guys hear something? >> hello? i'm here. i'm still worth something. putting a phone in a drawer is like throwing cash in the garbage. >> reporter: old phones net between $50 and $150 when you trade them in. next waste of money. >> according to a survey by motorola, a third of all phone screens in the u.s. are cracked. >> this is going on the sixth one. >> reporter: uh-oh. do you have a case on your phone? the key? a case. >> yes, yes. >> okay. good. you, i'm glad you're protected. go for it. carry on. do you have cases on your phones? >> yes. >> reporter: who said no? you don't have a case? >> no. >> reporter: for the love of god, get a case. it's going to save you so much money. >> okay. >> go get a case. >> now? >> run, don't walk.
that 20 bucks for a case will save you minimum $100 to get your screen replaced if it cracks. less waste. more savings. and you walk away a winner. i'm obsessed with getting people more savings on their smartphones. here's another thing. when you're on family plan, you can save $50 a month on your bill. and here's the pro tip. you do not have to be family. so, okay, friends who is the friends here? so you know him? >> yes. >> you trust him? >> yes. >> you know her? you? you are now family. next month, $50. jesse, give them some money. $50. $50. we're good. this guy, right here. >> you have ariana grande here. we're handing out money. this is a great friday. hey, rob, we're making it rain over here. i don't know if you saw it in the forecast. >> making it rain. i love it. i was just checking the forecast. i'm blowing out the data. it is going to rain. but not today, baby.
this crowd is psyched. for a beautiful day and ariana coming up in just a minute. we're warming up across the center part of the country. you're going to have a nice weekend. northeast, not so much. the temperatures up to canada. 80 in minneapolis. 74 in chicago sunday. 80 in cincinnati. rain and snow across parts of the west. >> i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. need the sunglasses this morning or an umbrella? scattered shower this morning. the rest us get a chance tomorrow but it will be dry on sunday. now, the temperatures show upper 50s to low 60s the coast and san francisco and 64 to 69 for the rest us. going to be chilly tone with drizzle. upper 40s to low 50s. my seven-day forecast shows tomorrow is the coolest, watch out for annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn >> oh, yes. sun's coming out. ariana just a few minutes. let's do some "pop news" first.
back up to you on stage. another chair here. come on up and fill it if you can. i'm going to get started. it's been awhile since we have seen her. but -- come on, kesha finally set to perform at the billboard music awards. after a brief suspension, yes, after a brief suspension from the stage surrounding that legal battle with the music producer dr. luke. dick clark productions said the singer would not be able to perform. surrounding claims that she would discuss the legal matter on the stage. kesha said, not so. she responded on instagram saying, all she wants to do is sing a bob dylan cover of, "it ain't me, babe." that promise resulting in the final okay to perform. we look forward to seeing her at the billboard music awards. >> it's going to be awesome. i'm going to be there. >> you're going to be there? >> i'm going to be there. madonna will be performing. britney spears. rihanna. >> madonna doing the prince tribute. so excited about that. where it is airing? right here on abc.
may 22nd. 8:00 p.m. eastern. oh, ariana grande also performing there. >> really? >> whoo-hoo. >> you knew that would be a crowd pleaser. >> first for you guys. also, in "pop news" you guys could win. we could win. anyone could win an epic stay in paris next month. we're talking about a night with four of your friends inside the eiffel tower. >> inside? >> ooh. >> it's a four-day trip for you and four people. this is a rental company called home away. launching a competition where four winners and their guests will sleep in the first floor chambers of the landmark. i didn't know there were chambers. >> i did not know. >> i know. >> you're in the center of it all. all you have to do is answer the question what would you do if the eiffel tower was all yours for the night? >> keep it clean, people. >> there is a catch. it's a catch 140 if you will. you have to fit your response on twitter. so 140 characters. >> rob has his answer. >> i would do stairs. get a workout in. so boring. i'm going to think of something more exciting.
>> any guy thinking about proposing this summer needs to enter that competition. because she is not going to say no. at all. >> anything you want to tell us? >> no, no. >> news to break right here? >> no, no. just saying. next topic. next topic. balloons are going off. >> so the prize includes the trip, expenses. three more nights in the city of lights. enter at homeaway.com. write that down. write that down. get the ring. the winner will be announced june 10th. finally in "pop news" for our special edition of pop in the park, we thought we would roll this video. unfortunately, you guys can't see it. trust me, it's funny. it's a simple how-to guide of what not to do the next time you're in a park. these are just some of them. i wish i could describe them. imagine people doing silly, goofy things. >> total park fails. >> you at home, enjoying your friday. i hope you enjoy that. we try to help you in "pop news." >> it's better than working. >> absolutely. so nice to be in central
park. ariana grande! we're counting down the moments from her performance, live. how would you like to win vip tickets to the country's biggest acts. live in central park on -- >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> it comes with air fare. hotel. even some spending cash. how sweet is that? go to goodmorningamerica.com now. to find out how to enter "gma's" summer concert center sweep station.
now from abc7 news. good morning. abc7 news. a quick look at traffic conditions out there. >> good morning, reggie. we have 54 b.a.r.t. trains on time this morning. no delays. because we have heavy traffic. trains running on schedule up and down the peninsula. cal train a great way to go. this is the second time at the toll plaza, lane number 5 approaching the toll. we are experiencing and expecting delays at the bay bridge. >> meteorolo
good morning. we're dealing with a whole lot of sunshine this morning. temperatures starting to lift off our morning lows, 52 in san francisco to about 58 in mountain view. it's hard to feel that with these winds. lock how they kick up across the ntsb rotating to the central valley. a chance of thundershower this afternoon. winds are already at 24 miles an hour at sfo. we will jump to possibly 40 so an airport weather warning once again. we will have a stray shower until the evening hours and slowly get warmer next week. >> i can hear that wind. thank you.
in 30 minutes another update and on abcnews.com. join us starting at ♪oin us starting at the party is on. welcome back to "gma." perfect morning for our party in the park. everyone so excited because that woman, ariana grande is here. >> she makes us feel like a dangerous woman. >> love you, girls. >> oh, i like that. we're live at city park foundations summer stage. so ready to start the weekend with gorgeous ariana. that's right. i think we're all ready for ariana's new album, "dangerous woman" out this morning. they like that. let's hear some of it now. this is "be all right." ♪ oh
♪ oh whoa ♪ baby ♪ yea ♪ baby ♪ midnight shadows we're finding love is a battle but daylight is so close ♪ ♪ so don't you worry bout a thing ♪ ♪ baby we're gonna be all right all right we're gonna be all right ♪ ♪ all right ♪ oh, yeah ♪ oh, yeah ♪ we're gonna be all right baby don't you know all of them tears gonna come and go ♪ ♪ baby you just gotta make up your mind that every little thing is gonna be all right ♪
♪ baby don't you know all of them tears gonna come and go ♪ ♪ baby you just gotta make up your mind we decided ♪ ♪ we're gonna be all right oh, yeah, we're gonna be all right, boy ♪ ♪ hey ♪ oh, yeah, hey we're gonna be all right ♪ ♪ we're in slow motion can't seem to get where we're going but the high times are golden because they all lead to better days ♪ ♪ we're gonna be all right know that we're gonna be all right know that we're gonna be all right know that we're gon be all right come on new york ♪ ♪ we're gon be all right ♪ oh, baby ♪ whoo come on we're gonna be
all right baby don't you know all of them tears gon come and go baby you just gotta make up your mind that every little thing is gonna be all right ♪ ♪ all of them tears are gonna come and go make up your mind whoo ♪ ♪ know that we're gon be all right know that we're gon be all right ♪ ♪ know that we're gon be all right, boy, we're gonna be all right boy ♪ ♪ whoo ♪ hey we're gonna be all right babe ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we're gonna be all right ♪ yeah [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, yeah. we get another performance like that and we're all gonna be all right. how awesome is that, ariana fans.
come on. give it up. a beautiful day in the park. we're going the hear more from ariana in just a second. first, a little weather to talk about. plans tomorrow, not as nice as today across the northeast. a storm in the gulf coast rolling up the east coast. spreading heavy rain at times. >> i am abc7 with the forecast. it is breezy. a chance of a showers and storms across the north bay and temperatures in the 60. the rest of us have drizzle. a scattered shower or thunderstorm through the hey. lara. this weather report is brought to you by petsmart. >> thank you for fixing my microphone. it happens when you're partying in the park. while we do that, there's a party in chicago to celebrate
the anniversary of one of our favorite teen movies, "ferris bueller's day off." it's turning 30. fans are celebrating with a giant ferris fest this weekend. nick watt is in chicago with more. good morning to you, nick. >> reporter: good morning, lara, from the 103rd floor of the willis tower. formerly the sears tower. was it the sears tower? it was the sears tower. scene of a great, great moment in that movie, which was an ode to teenage rebellion, a love letter to the city of chicago. one of my favorites. let's wallow in this nostalgia. >> bueller? bueller? >> um, he's sick. >> reporter: uh, he's not. >> life moves pretty fast. you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it. >> reporter: ferris bueller takes a day off with sloan, and cameron. >> hey, batter batter batter. swing batter. >> they all adore him. they think he's a righteous dude. >> reporter: that was ad libbed? >> yes. it's just like, yes, yes, i want to be like him. because it's -- it's fun.
>> reporter: it's fun to be ferris? >> it's fun to be ferris. ♪ >> reporter: i wish i was. >> the sausage king of chicago. >> reporter: the eyebrows. >> the eyebrows. >> reporter: which you're still doing. >> that, i can't help. >> reporter: they're reenacting the parade. and re-creating the bedroom. >> it's timeless. you turn it on and you go, oh, there's that "ferris bueller" film again. you go, oh, i remember that scene. >> you fall in love with him because what he's trying to do is there is more to life than just this rote living. >> a 1961 ferrari 251 gt california. ♪ oh, yeah >> reporter: can i drive it? >> no. i'll take you for a ride. >> reporter: it's not really the same, is it? this is a movie for the righteous dude in all of us. >> that george stephanopoulos. he's a righteous dude.
>> now we are back. i'm with alan ruck. >> hello. >> listen, we all wanted to be ferris. most of us were cameron. >> that's absolutely true. i think it's one of the reasons the movie works for as long as it has. you know, is -- everybody wants to be the guy with the world wired and the world at his fingertips. but most of us are the ones who have problems and need a little help. >> insecurities. >> yeah. >> now 30 years later, alan. the late, great john hughes. part of the secret. a huge part. why are we still talking about this 30 years later, loving it, showing it to our kids? >> well, i think, you know, ben stein who played the teacher, who says, bueller, bueller, bueller? he said this movie doesn't have a mean bone in its body. it's true. it's a movie about a guy who is very successful at life helping his friend who has some trouble. who is having a bad day. that's all the movie is about. >> it's not just ferris having a day off. it's ferris grabbing you and taking you with him. >> saying join in life, you
know. >> now, you still look pretty good. >> hey, thanks. >> you still got the hair. it's a little grayer. >> how you feeling? >> old. >> aches and pains. >> do people still recognize you as cameron? >> they do. i had a kid come up to me in the supermarket the other day and say, are you alan ruck's father? >> oh, my god. >> perspective. >> let's re-create. let's do it, cameron. >> how you feeling, nick? >> back to you, lara. and the righteous dude, george. >> yes, the righteous dude. righteous dude, everybody. right here, george stephanopoulos. thank you, nick. that was so fun. i love alan. and for the first time, you can download "ferris bueller's day off" on itunes with special features. we have a lot more coming up from ariana grande. right here. >> and the righteous dude.
and what a way to celebrate. with all your fans right here. >> yeah, it's incredible. i'm so overwhelmed right now. >> great reviews. people are loving the new music. what did you like most about it? what was the most fun about putting it together? >> i love music. this is what i'm here for. this is what i love to do. being able to sing do what i love, being able to entertain. the most passionate babes in the whole world. who i love with all my heart. having the music be received in such a positive way is overwhelming. i've been crying all night. i haven't slept. for one second, i've been so excited. i've been reading every tweet. i've been so appreciative. of the feedback. >> speaking of every tweet. tweet. over 100 combined followers on instagram and twitter. four billion views on youtube. [ cheers and applause ] and this, sometimes people forget -- this is only your third album. this is -- is it all surreal to you how quickly this has happened?
>> i mean, like i said, i'm so grateful. i'm blown away. overwhelmed. so grateful. today is the craziest day. i'm so excited. >> you're sharing it with your family as well. you are uber talented. we love your impersonations. you kill it. you kill it. >> thank you. >> doesn't she? [ cheers and applause ] do you have a favorite one that you do? >> they're fun. um, it's kind of like, a fun, like, party trick thing. i always impersonate my friends and rand, i don't know. i'm glad you enjoy it. >> you kill it every time. do you want to hear her sing again? [ cheers and applause ] because "dangerous woman" already number one in many places. and it debuted in the top ten. you're 3 for 3 because all three of your albums, the lead single out debuting in the top ten. like this one "dangerous woman." okay, she's going to hold back the tears. she's been crying all morning long.
to see you. so here again, ariana grande. "dangerous woman." >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> come on, new york! whoo! ♪ don't need permission made my decision to test my limits ♪ ♪ cause it's my business, god as my witness start what i finish ♪ ♪ don't need no hold up taking control of this kind of moment ♪ ♪ i'm locked and loaded, completely focused, my mind is open ♪ ♪ all that you got, skin to skin, oh, my god ♪ ♪ don't you stop boy ♪ something bout you makes me feel like a dangerous woman ♪
♪ something bout something bout something bout you makes me wanna do things that i shouldn't ♪ ♪ something bout something bout something bout ♪ ♪ nothing to prove and i'm bullet-proof and know what i'm doing ♪ ♪ the way we're movin' like introducing us to a new thing i wanna savor, save it for later ♪ ♪ the taste of flavor cause i'm a taker cause i'm a giver, it's only nature, i live for danger ♪ ♪ all that you got, skin to skin, oh, my god, don't ya stop, boy ♪ ♪ baby ♪ something bout you makes me feel like a dangerous woman ♪ come on! ♪ something bout something bout something bout you ♪ ♪ makes me wanna do things that
i shouldn't, something bout something bout something bout ♪ all girls wanna be like that bad girls underneath like that ♪ ♪ you know how i'm feeling inside something bout ♪ ♪ all girls wanna be like that bad girls underneath like that ♪ ♪ you know how i'm feeling inside something bout something bout ♪ ♪ whoo! ♪ hey ♪ whoo ♪ something bout you makes me feel like a dangerous woman ♪ ♪ something bout something bout
something bout you ♪ ♪ makes me wanna do things that i shouldn't something bout something bout something bout you ♪ ♪ all girls wanna be like that bad girls underneath like that ♪ ♪ you know how i'm feeling inside you know how i'm feeling inside ♪ ♪ all girls wanna be like that bad girls underneath like that ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ whoo whoa baby [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ and i'm greedy everyone here ready for more ariana grande. the album is called "dangerous woman." she's debuting a new single at the billboard music awards. on sunday. here she is now with another one, "greed." >> oh, my gosh. ♪ greedy, you know that i'm greedy for love ♪ ♪ boy, you give me feelings, never felt before ♪ ♪ i'm making it obvious by knocking at your door ♪ ♪ i know that i'm coming tonight you know i'm coming tonight, don't want to deny it anymore ♪ ♪ been in this state of mind been in this state of mind, been in this state of mind, oh, no ♪ ♪ baby, you got lucky cause you're rocking with the best and i'm greedy, so greedy ♪
♪ but i ain't talking money, i'm just physically obsessed and i'm greedy ♪ ♪ so greedy greedy ♪ you know that i'm greedy for love you know that i'm greedy for love ♪ ♪ cause i'm so greedy, ooh, you know that i'm greedy for love ♪ ♪ you know that i'm greedy for love, baby ♪ ♪ i don't need a phone call got nothing to say ♪ ♪ i'm a tell you when it's over got no games to play ♪ ♪ you know that i'm coming tonight you know i'm coming tonight ♪ ♪ i just need to get this out the way, oh, baby ♪ ♪ been in this state of mind, been in this state of mind ♪ ♪ been in this state of mind, oh, no ♪ ♪ baby, you got lucky cause you're rocking with the best and i'm greedy cause i'm so greedy ♪
♪ i ain't talking money i'm just physically obsessed and i'm greedy, greedy, boy ♪ ♪ greedy ooh, you know that i'm greedy for love you know that i'm greedy for love ♪ ♪ cause i'm so greedy, ooh, you know that i'm greedy for love ♪ come on. ♪ you know that i'm greedy for love cause i'm so ♪ ♪ greedy ♪ greedy ♪ i'm greedy, i'm greedy, i'm greedy i'm greedy i'm greedy for love ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh ♪ greedy, i'm greedy, i'm greedy, i'm greedy ♪ ♪ i'm greedy, i'm greedy, i'm greedy ♪ come on, new york! let me hear you!
♪ oh, and i'm greedy so greedy ♪ oh, boy, baby i ain't talking money i'm just physically obsessed and i'm greedy, so greedy ♪ ♪ greedy you know that i'm greedy for love you know that i'm greedy for love, baby ♪ ♪ greedy whoo you know that i'm greedy for love, you know that i'm greedy for love ♪ ♪ you know i'm greedy oh, don't you know i'm greedy don't you know i'm ♪ ♪ oh, whoa, boy ♪ whoo [ cheers and applause ]
good morning. it's 8:59. let's see what your friday is looking like? a little cold? >> yes, reggie, and they will whip up showers across the ntsb in the afternoon and isolated thunderstorm possible. winds will be fast and surround fso until 5:00, gusts up to 40 miles an hour. we have a better chance of scattered showers and isolated thundershowers tomorrow until the evening hours. sue. >> good morning. we have a 20 minute b.a.r.t. delay san francisco to the eastbound statieast bay stations. if you're headed to 280, remember there's an accident off the shoulder and the yellow means windy conditions. >> sounds like some people will be late to work. time now for "live with kelly".
we'll be back at 11:00. have a great day! today, blake shelton sings his new hit song, and science bob is here with some experiments that will blow your mind, and from broadway's dwt king and i" actor daniel kim all next on "live"! [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> now, here are kelly ripa and daniel kim! [applause] ♪