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good morning, america. flash flood emergency in the south. 16 inches of rain sweep away two overnight in texas. neck high water traps more than a dozen students in a kentucky cave. more rescues under way right now and the new tropical system taking aim at the coast. as 38 million get ready to travel this holiday weekend. breaking right now, president obama makes history. the first sitting president to visit hiroshima. >> the world was forever changed here. >> laying a wreath addressing survivors but no apology. we're live in japan with the latest. a massive evacuation. after a plane's engine bursts into flames on the runway, smoke pouring out as the flight prepares to take off with more than 300 on board. all runways at the airport shut down.
♪ welcome to my house ♪ a neck and neck finish for the spelling bee. the epic tie, two winners sharing the title and look who's back. our kid correspondent. the first grader stealing everyone's hearts on the ground for "gma." >> hey, "gma," i'm behind the scenes at the scripps national spelling bee. ♪ welcome to my house happy friday. two records this week, the youngest participant and youngest correspondent for "gma" ever, akash. flo rida in central park getting ready to kick off a holiday weekend. >> in our house this morning. 38 million americans expected to travel for memorial day. you're looking live at some of the busiest airports in the land this morning. those lines already forming, atlanta, chicago, l.a., and, of course, many of those millions hitting the roads.
our team is out in full force for you right now. >> of course, so many of those travelers could face that severe weather hitting so much of the country. a flash flood emergency in the south where more than a dozen college students were trapped in a kentucky cave. we'll take you inside the rescue. we begin though with abc's rob marciano in kansas where two tornados were reported. good morning, rob. >> good morning, george. two through this area and one taking out this massive mature tree and slamming it into this home. this neighborhood is littered with trees and debris. yesterday another frightening day across the central u.s. and a long duration of that for many it went all day and through the night. [ sirens ] overnight, lightning igniting the skies over the plains. these dramatic bolts crackling across oklahoma. in paducah, kentucky, a police car caught this massive lightning strike. so powerful it knocked the dash cam right from its mount.
also in kentucky, a dramatic rescue for 19 people stuck in this cave for over six hours. the group made up mostly of clemson geology students and their guides entered the cave at 10:00 a.m. for a tour. but then the flash floods came rushing in blocking the exits. >> the worst was the entrance because of all the water coming down. >> with no cell service in the cave the group followed the guide's toward a known dry area called the attic. two police officers called in to help but shortly after entering the cave they weren't able to get out. >> i was scared. i mean, when your life is on the line you're kind of -- you're always going to be afraid. >> reporter: finally at 4:30 p.m. rescuers made their way to the group leading them through high water holding a rope getting to the mouth of the cave where they were reunited with loved ones. severe weather also wreaking havoc in texas. thunderstorms and lightning. all that rain leading the flash floods across the state. up to 16 inches north of
houston. in waco cars trying to plow through the high water getting into trouble. the engine of this car catching on fire and backing up traffic for hours. a tornado in brian, texas, also igniting a fire. at least two twisters cutting through waumega, kansas and driver pulling over while getting hammered by hail. blinding rain led this car to flip over. in the last 24 hours over 350 severe weather reports across 15 states and that doesn't even include all that flash flooding. by far the most widespread event this year and, george, i'm sure ginger is about to tell you we're not quite done yet. >> ginger is right here right now. >> we're not done yet. he's right. we've got severe storms in parts of text -- texas and hefty rains coming along with it and why we
have the warnings and watches from austin to houston, wichita included. up to kansas city. that's for the next 24 hours or so, right. so a lot of places will still sigh the heavy rains then the atmosphere stabilizes after those storms move through then the heat of the day will start to become unstable again so the atmosphere churns back up in waco to dallas, bryan, celina, wichita included with the large hail, strong winds and potential for tornado later this afternoon and evening. at the same time we're watching a storm in the atlantic. that's right. we are still not yet in official hurricane season. but we may just see a named storm in the next 24 hours, 80% shot of this coming at you with the holiday weekend impacted from charleston back through parts of the georgia coast and up into north carolina too. i think it's heavy rain, it's wind and certainly rip currents so something to watch for if you're traveling to the southeast. >> absolutely. >> george. >> thank you. in the middle of this severe weather an estimated 38 million traveling this weekend facing not just storms but those long airport security lines. abc's david kerley is at regan national airport with more on all that. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning,
robin. this is the kickoff to the summer travel season and the bottom line if you are flying today expect some long lines when you come to security. we are basically going to see about 2 1/2 million more than that fly today. now, the tsa says it's tried to prepare as well as it can given the limit of number of officers it has so at the top 20 airports you will see more canine units and you'll see more officers working the lines. the airlines say they're pitching in. more of their employees are in the lines moving bins and doing nonsecurity jobs to help the tsa screen. and we're seeing those technological advancements. there's that test program down in atlanta. a new conveyer belt, you walk up, you put your stuff in the bin and push it on to another conveyor belt and move on. if the person hasn't emptied their pockets you get to continue on in front of them basically and one other thing, we talked about the limit on tso officers. the department of homeland security is asking congress to move some money so they can take a thousand part-time employees and make them full time which
makes it easier to retain those employees. >> yeah, hopefully all of that is going to help. also, david, how do you go about, what's the best way to find your specific travel forecast? >> there is a way to do it. it's called my tsa. it will tell you if there are weather delays in houston. chicago is saying 11 to 20 minutes. tsa will make it official in the coming days. tsa hopes to make it official in a couple of days on that app. also you can tweet it asktsa and say how long is the wait. you may get an answer. a way to find out how long you have to wait for your travel on this memorial day. robin. >> all that is going to be extremely helpful. all right, david, have a great weekend. >> let's take a look at the highways. about 29 million of us will hit the road this holiday weekend and take a look at this traffic control center outside new york city.
abc's gio benitez is out on the new jersey turnpike right now. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning to you. i want to show you right now we're hitting a bit of a traffic jam right here but if you're starting your drive today, then this morning is actually a pretty good idea to get on the road because if you wait until this afternoon, you're going to be hitting some major traffic with millions of others. this morning, get ready for what could be the busiest memorial day weekend traffic ever because gas prices are at their lowest in a decade. more than 38 million will travel this holiday weekend aaa says. waze says the best days to drive, saturday and sunday. >> and the worst. >> friday and monday. for friday it's that 3:00 to 5:00 and monday, 1:00 to 4:00. >> reporter: the average price is 2.26, 45 cents lower than this time last year. and back here on the new jersey turnpike, i want to show you this new tool from the app waze. you can tell it when you want to arrive wherever you're going and
it will tell you when to leave. it is called plan drives and you can find it right inside waze. >> all those apps are happening and really helping. now to president obama making history at hiroshima this morning becoming the first sitting american president to travel there since the u.s. dropped an atomic bomb in 1945 near the end of world war ii. abc's jim avila is in japan with the latest. good morning, jim. >> reporter: robin, this morning president obama walked the solemn spot where the united states dropped the first atomic bomb in war. it was a controversial visit that american presidents have been avoiding for some 70 years. as promised he did not apologize for harry truman's decision to end the war with a nuclear explosion that killed 160,000 people. instead, with north korea obviously on his mind and with japanese prime minister abe at his side laying a condolence wreath pleading for world leaders to put an end to not just nuclear weapons but to war itself.
>> we must change our mind-set about war itself. to prevent conflict through diplomacy. >> reporter: a powerful moment in history, an american president calling for the end of the nuclear era that the united states began some 70 years ago. robin. >> that was quite a moment, jim. with the president in japan. >> it certainly was. the race for the white house and donald trump sealed the deal formally securing all the delegates he needs for the gop nomination and taunting hillary clinton by talking about a debate with bernie sanders. abc's tom llamas is on the trail in los angeles. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. reaching that milestone has trump thinking about the future and talking about stat tieus of himself as senator sanders says he wants trump one-on-one. donald trump turning his campaign swing into a victory tour after locking in that magic number of delegates, clinching the gop nomination. >> we hit the 1,237, right. 1,237.
you know, you had our president saying, he will not be the nominee of his party. oh, really? >> reporter: trump so confident he's already mapping out his legacy in washington. >> build a wall, it's going to be a big wall. it's going to be a beautiful wall. someday when i'm gonzo maybe they'll name it after trump. i'd really much rather have a statue in washington, d.c. >> reporter: naming the price for his next matchup, 10 to $15 million for charity to debate senator bernie sanders. >> i think it would get very high ratings. it should be in a big arena somewhere. the problem with debating bernie, he's going to lose. >> reporter: sanders who requested the debate sounding more like don king than a vermont senator. >> and i think we're going to have to rent out the largest stadium you have here in california. >> reporter: telling jimmy kimmel he's going to come out on top. >> i will run against him as the democratic nominee for president of the united states and if i do, we're going to beat him and beat him bad. you could tell him that.
>> i'll tell him. >> reporter: one person not into the epic clash, democratic front-runner hillary clinton. >> well, i understood they said that was a joke and i'm going to look forward to debating donald trump. >> reporter: trump looking forward to the general election. and ready to show some of his cards. >> i want to focus on 15 or so states and i want my energy to be put in the states where it can go either way. >> reporter: but clinton telling voters the fight for the white house is just beginning. >> send a message that when you think about the future, you don't see donald trump's face up there. >> reporter: today trump heads to fresno and san diego where police have added extra officers in case protests grow violent like we've seen throughout the week. george. >> okay, tom. thanks very much. let's talk about this more with matt dowd. matt, thanks for joining us again this morning. who knows if this debate is actually going to happen between donald trump and bernie sanders but certainly does help them both to talk about it. >> i think it's a really smart move on both their part, george. these are two people, especially donald trump who don't play by
traditional rules and as you know, in the military or in business or even sports if you think about the forward pass, every time somebody innovated and didn't play by the traditional rules the opponent cried foul and they either adapt or they get run over. >> but what this does also right now, it highlights the fact that donald trump is wrapped up his nomination but hillary clinton is still in a fight with bernie sanders and it's a real race in california. >> reporter: yeah, donald trump's coalesced the republican party and got that and moving on to independents. i think it's a very smart move and highlights his victories and also undermines hillary clinton as she's not able to turn towards the general election. and i think she's faced -- she could easily lose the california primary, the last primary of the season as she heads into a convention, she's likely the nominee but she goes in very weakened. >> and will have to move very, very fast to corral all those bernie sanders supporters. >> reporter: which i think is going to be very difficult. especially the younger voters that are not enthusiastic about her, george, so her only path to
get those voters is make donald trump worse than herself as the alternative. it's a big, difficult fight she'll have to deal with in the course of this after philadelphia. >> that is why she's talking about him all the time. matt, thank you very much. to amy with today's other top stories starting with a very frightening scene in tokyo. >> an engine fire erupted on a korean air jet forcing more than 300 passengers to evacuate as flames broke out on the boeing 777 just as it was taxiing for takeoff from tokyo to south korea. emergency slides deployed to get everyone off the plane. several treated for bumps and bruises but no reports of major injuries and the cause of that fire right now, not yet known. well, there is a possible major development in the search for the doomed egyptair jetliner. an egyptian official says search crews have picked up a beacon that may be from the plane. a french ship with specialized equipment is rushing to the scene in the mediterranean. 66 people died when that plane crashed last week on its way from paris to cairo. >> there has been an arrest in
the deadly shooting in new york city. video shows this rapper bursting through chasing someone else as bystanders huddle in fear. rapper troy ave is under arrest facing multiple charges. one man was killed, three others injured in that shooting just before rapper t.i. took the stage it happened. finally, we all know not to interfere with police investigation but try telling that to canuck the crow who snatched this knife from an active crime scene in vancouver. well, canuck is so well known for his antics he has his own facebook page, a zooologist explains canuck didn't mean any harm by that. it's just that city birds like shiny thing. >> who doesn't? >> who doesn't like shiny things. >> a perfect transition, thank you very much. i know two other people who like shiny things, those spelling bee trophy champs, not one but two kids winning big beating hundreds of competitors and
6-year-old akash who stole our hearts as the first first grader to ever compete was there as our special correspondent. it was a nail-biter. >> z-e-n-e-t-i-c. >> through 39 grueling rounds. >> -- z-i-o-n, chalazion. >> reporter: culminating here. lasting an hour. at the end two stoic spellers stood above the rest. >> f-e-l-d-e-n-k-r-a-i-s. >> s-c-h-a-f-t, gesellschaft. >> that is correct. >> and for the third year in a row they had two champions. each taking home $40,000 in cash and prizes. we got all the behind-the-scenes news thanks to akash vukoti. >> hey, "gma," i'm behind the
scenes at the scripps national spelling bee. >> reporter: the first grade phenom who stole our hearts in the last round. >> good luck to all my -- >> reporter: he went backstage with his fellow spelling stars. >> let's begin. >> this time i'm on a chair. if you would give advice to me like what would it be? >> start studying more. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> all right, take a look at that amazing shot again, akash, yes, you heard him has to stand on a chair, does not stop him. the intrepid reporter getting the job done, getting that information that we all need. >> adorable. >> so much fun to follow him and see what happens. >> i think big things. >> let's go to ginger. hail in colorado. >> oh, big time hail. see this video out of colorado springs, pea to ping-pong ball size hail covering the ground unsettled there and above 11,000 feet that winter storm warning
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we welcome you back to "gma." you're looking live at those airport security lines already forming all across the country. atlanta, chicago, l.a.x. 38 million americans expected to travel this holiday weekend. and our team as you know is out there on the road and we'll have all the latest coming up. also right now, so many getting ready to hit the roads, there's a flash flood emergency in the south. 16 inches of rain overnight in texas. rescues under way right now and a new tropical system taking aim at the coast and this morning president obama making history becoming the first sitting u.s. president to visit hiroshima and laid a wreath there moments ago to honor victims. and we are counting down to our party in the park, flo rida, coming to our house taking a look at the crowd. we have assembled it already to kick off the holiday weekend.
check it out. there you go. there's still room for you, people. come on down. we'll be there just ahead. >> it's flo rida. get it. >> wow, it's contagious. >> we didn't say it even though it was in the script. >> no, no. >> i feel like i will inundate you during "pop news." >> it is a beautiful day nonetheless. first the baylor university bombshell. head football coach sacked and president ken starr demoted. following sexual allegations against its players. abc's ryan smith is here with more. >> reporter: kenneth starr's investigation into bill clinton's affair nearly cost him the presidency, now starr losing his post as baylor president and coach art briles out of a job after the mishandling of sexual assault claims leaving the school's board, quote, shocked and outraged. he was once charged with righting the wrongs in society. the former federal judge and solicitor general best known for
investigating bill clinton's affair with monica lewinsky. but this morning, kenneth starr out as president of baylor university after an investigation revealed the school mishandled and in some cases silenced sexual assault claims on campus. this report from independent investigators claiming the school chose not to report sexual violence and dating violence claims against multiple players. improperly discredited complainants and reinforced an overall perception that football was above the rules. recently two baylor football players convicted of sexual assault, another arrested. the scandal sacking football coach art briles who led the team from the rags to the riches of college football, capturing the big 12 title in two of the last three seasons commanding a reported annual salary of nearly 6 million. texting his players on thursday,
i am no longer the head football coach. but accountability for the scandal also falling to starr. saying in a statement, he's profoundly sorry to the victims who were not treated with the care, concern and support they deserve. claiming he didn't know about allegations of violence until 2015 when he launched his own investigation, stephanie met personally with starr in december to discuss her own sexual assault. >> i wish they would have done more to help. if someone really believed that i was sitting in class next to my rapist, you know, more should have been done about it. >> reporter: starr will be shifted to school chancellor and keep his position as professor at the law school. meanwhile, baylor's chairman saying in a statement they'll work to restore a, quote, tone of accountability within the football program, robin. >> thank you. joining us happen to have espn college gameday host rece davis joins us from bristol. this does not put an end to what's going to be happening there at baylor, does it?
>> no, robin, i don't think so. far from it. this feels a little more like the beginning. now, you might be able to close a chapter in terms of the art briles era but the question remains out there, will more come forward with complaints? will there be civil lawsuits and certainly regardless of how one might feel about the ncaa delving into areas of morality or criminal or civil justice it's really likely that baylor will face ncaa implications as well and those types of things can have a long-lasting impact even put a cloud over the program and university. obviously the victims and their rights and restoring them as best we can of the utmost importance but in terms of the ramifications of the scandal i feel as if it's just starting? >> tell us how it's going to long-term -- the potential to impact this program. >> robin, i think it's potentially devastating becaus it's referenced in the report, before art briles arrived at baylor during the big 12 era
which started in 1996, baylor had been 35 and 101. now in four of the last five years won ten games on the cusp of making the college football playoff. had a heisman trophy winner and built a new stadium. but they don't have a long term history of having anyone come in there and be able to win football games. i think the cloud and the scrutiny that they're going to be under over the next several months will make it a little bit difficult to find a football coach to replace art briles, certainly one of his caliber on the field, i'm speaking of. i think it could have a long-lasting impact and potentially this entire thing could be devastating to them in terms of the football program. >> i know athletic departments all across the country are taking note of this. rece davis, always good to spend a little time with you. thank you very much for your insight. >> likewise, robin, thank you. >> take care. thanks, robin. we move on to video raising questions about a deadly police shooting showing the moments before an unarmed man was killed in a hotel hallway and the widow
speaking out and kayna whitworth has the story. >> this is the mesa police. >> reporter: watch in this newly released body cam video as mesa, arizona, police officers swarm a hotel room following reports of a man pointing a gun out the window. the officers crouching down taking defensive positions. >> listen to my instructions or it's going to become very uncomfortable for you. >> reporter: inside 26-year-old daniel shaver a father of two in town for his pest control business having drinks along with two other guests at the hotel. according to authorities, he had two pellet guns he used for work inside the room. that's where the video released by police ends. according to transcripts from the body cam video exclusively obtained by abc news, shaver then comes out unarmed following officer's commands to crawl towards them begging them not to shoot. but officer philip brailsford fires five times killing the young father. later telling investigators he thought shaver was reaching for a weapon.
>> i perceived this as a threat. it was just a scary situation. >> reporter: but the investigation report indicating shaver was just trying to pull his shorts up as they were falling off. >> he was executed. he was begging for his life. it tore me apart how mean that they were to him. >> reporter: officer brailsford now facing charges of second degree murder. his attorney telling abc news he was following his training and all procedures. but shaver's widow now demanding the release of the full body camera video. >> the video is going to be very black and white. i know my husband. he still would have tried following as best to his ability and they didn't give him the chance. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> tough story. coming up, mark zuckerberg's secret compound. his neighbors want to know what he's building. a major health alert this morning. new fears of a superbug here in the u.s. resistant to most antibiotics. dr. besser will be here with the latest. come on back. latest. come on back. i don't want to live with the uncertainties of hep c.
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we're back with facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg and why the billionaire snagged not one but four homes surrounding his mansion. abc's rebecca jarvis has more on what he may be planning. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning, lara. this is some of the hottest real estate the country just one home in the neighborhood can cost millions of dollars and everyone wants to know what their famous neighbor mark zuckerberg is up to. it's the great mystery, captivating silicon valley this morning. what in the world is mark zuckerberg doing? the facebook founder worth roughly $44 billion is tearing down four homes on his property. neighbors want to know what he's up to. could he be building his very own field of dreams? >> a lot of curiosity and some concern about what he's planning to do. >> reporter: according to documents just filed with the palo alto planning board he is going to rebuild the homes. many speculating he wants more
privacy and security. the public filings revealing those homes will be replaced with smaller updated versions that are designed to nestle into gardens and celebrate the oak, redwoods and other trees on site. zuckerberg's not the first tech titan to buy up the neighborhood in pursuit of privacy. elon musk paid nearly $7 million in 2013 for a teardown across the street from his bel air mansion. that same year, yahoo!'s marissa mayer with a backyard described by "vogue" magazine of having a lawn large enough to accommodate a skating rink reportedly spent more than $11 million on a property a few doors down from her palo alto pad. but perhaps the most spectacular of them all, this five-acre estate in seattle owned by the wealthiest man in the world, bill gates. the teched out waterfront property boasts six kitchens, a 60-foot swimming pool with its own underwater music system and
a library with secret bookcases. >> an existing home close to gates' own home was removed to accommodate a space for extra activities so this might be one of the things that mark zuckerberg is planning on. >> his four homes will be built concurrently to minimize the duration of construction and building elements will be fabricated remotely to accelerate on-site construction and reduce impact on neighbors but i imagine they'll be peeking over the hedges checking to see what's up with their neighbor. >> sounds like they won't be able to see anything because they'll be very far away. rebecca, thank you. coming up on "gma," who is buzzy cohen? the "jeopardy" champ dividing the internet giving alex trebek a run for his money talking to our cameras next. amy, you love this. big deals for memorial day weekend, the items you should buy and the ones to wait for. >> that's right. why pay retail, robin? >> it's all coming up. >> that's my mantra. mantra.
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>> one of those famous "snl" "jeopardy" skits. apparently inspiring buzzy cohen, that's "jeopardy's" reigning champ and nick watt had a chance to sit down with him. >> what is sun? >> good. >> what a mourner. >> correct. >> who is phillip ross? >> you are correct again. >> reporter: he's won $164,000, a nine-day champ dividing the internet. love him or hate him for 200, some say smug. some say sexy. >> who is buzzy cohen? >> reporter: final jeopardy, he wagered zero, passes up prize money to goof around. >> what is see you tomorrow, trebek. >> reporter: has there ever been a more punchable "jeopardy" champion? looks like a kid i would push into the locker. >> this is just me. this is my hair and these are my glasses. >> reporter: but then there's this. buzzy cohen is my soul mate. i have never loved a man the way i love buzzy cohen. >> there are people that sought
me out and sent me messages. >> reporter: saucy messages? >> things you can't say on television. >> reporter: this cary grant meets arthur the aardvark is on fleek. >> who is, you aren't rid of me yet, trebek? you are going to pursue this theme as long as you're the champ, aren't you? >> reporter: are you arrogant and cocky? >> of course. >> having a blast. >> who is once more, trebek, once more? >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> i love him. >> zero, amazing. >> we can call him cocky. >> that's true. coming up, flo rida is in our house. our party in central park ready to go as the kickoff to summer starts. ♪ coming up "gma's" summer concert series presented by king's hawaiian. irresistible since 1950. king's hawaiian. irresistible since 1950. irresistible since 1950.
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now from abc7 news. good morning i am reggie aqui and it's 7:56. let's get today's forecast with mike nicco. >> it's looking bright out there and even at the coast we're going to have season shine. good morning everybody. 60 in concord right now and 60s in the coast and 70 in san francisco and 80 os and 90s in land. it gets warmer tomorrow, sunday and memorial day. an over turned vehicle and it's eastbound. both directions are now very very slow. two lanes of traffic in the eastbound and traffic back to 13 in the eastbound and then in the value economy westbound. 20 delays each side of the roadway. you may want to take 880 and
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. a memorial day travel alert. 34 million americans are expected to hit the road. where you can score the best gas prices and how to tackle those long airport lines. major health warning. doctors now say a superbug is in the u.s. officials are worried about the end of the road for antibiotics. dr. besser here with the latest. ♪ out on the verge of the rest of our lives ♪ the holiday weekend with major savings. the top sales you should be shopping to find big bargains and the secret codes to score those deals. ♪ welcome to my house welcome to our house. flo rida is here live taking over central park. ♪ sometimes i get a good feeling ♪ >> we've got a good feeling. ♪ i don't like it >> we're going to love it as we
say -- >> good morning, america. >> flo rida. ♪ welcome to my house >> oh, my, oh, my, the party is on. why are we still here? the party is in the park. >> right. >> our party in the park already rocking this morning, as you can see, as you can really see. we cannot wait for flo rida to kick off our holiday weekend. >> he is getting ready for the big entrance right now. don't forget, one of the songs he's going to perform is a viewer choice. you can go to our twitter account to vote. "wild ones" in the lead right now. >> i love that one. >> lara, t.j. is back with more of that series, what your kids don't want you to know. >> it's a big deal, all about teens and their cell phones, so many attached at the hip to their phones. could it be hurting their grades? even the way they act? when does it go too far? we'll tell you the signs you do need to look for. >> this has been a very
enlightening, eye-opening series. >> it sure has. when you know it's too far when they can't hear you. to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning, everyone. the big story, president obama making history in japan becoming the first sitting u.s. president to visit hiroshima. the president laid a condolence wreath and paid respects to victims of the u.s. atomic bomb that killed 160,000 people 71 years ago. he did not apologize but he reflected on the horrors of war and called for an end to nuclear weapons and war itself. and more breaking news overnight, a sudden rush of floodwater swamped a kentucky cave trapping 19 visitors inside for six hours. at times they found themselves neck deep in the rushing current. eventually with the help of some rescuers, they finally made their way to safety wet and exhausted but not injured. well, heavy rain has unleashed a torrent of flooding across central texas. some areas submerged by as much as six inches of water and crews overnight rescued dozens from their vehicles. all of this stormy weather
is making an already difficult getaway day even tougher for millions of americans heading out for the long weekend. airport security lines even busier than usual with wait times expected to increase as the day goes on, but if you are going by car, abc's gio benitez has some tips for picking your best travel times. he's on the new jersey turnpike for us this morning. good morning, gio. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. we are on the turnpike right now. it's moving. some lanes are a little backed up, but we've been seeing some traffic jam, in fact, we saw one earlier because of a terrific accident that we have on video. this truck was just entirely up in flames, so we hope everyone is okay there. but those are the dangers that we have on the roads. so if you're traveling today, if you're driving, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., those are the worst times to be on the road anywhere. saturday and sunday, those are the best days to be on the road and that's from the traffic app waze. monday is when it picks up again and it gets really busy on the roads, especially in the
afternoon. amy. >> great, i'm traveling on friday and monday. all right. good to know, gio, thank you. all right, maybe you're hitting the road this morning to get to a beach. well, there is a new list of the best beaches in the u.s. topping the list, hanauma bay on the hawaiian island of oahu. it is such a popular snorkeling spot that it's closed on tuesdays, they say, so the fish can rest. rounding out the top three beaches, siesta beach in sarasota, florida, and kapalua bay beach on maui. and finally if hugging was an olympic sport, this next guy would get a gold medal. check out krishna kumar hugging his way into the guinness record books. he has just hugged a staggering 79 people in 1 minute if you call that a hug. it's kind of like a body slam with a quick tap. he beat the previous record of 77 to set that new world record. kumar calls it the highest level of human achievement. back to you. >> kind of a modified bro hug. >> a bro hug.
about quality, not quantity. get on in there, amy. thank you, though, but good for him. now to what the cdc is calling an urgent health threat. the first ever case of an american infected with a superbug that's resistant to some of the most powerful antibiotics we have. abc's chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser is here. much more on this, a lot of concern. tell us about this case in particular. >> yeah, so for years the cdc has been tracking these very resistant infections around the globe called cre, and they've been on the rise, they're mainly seen in elderly people, people with medical problems in the hospital, and there's only been one antibiotic called calistien that could treat it and a woman in person in pennsylvania who has a urinary tract infection is resistant to calistin. we're one step away from having untreatable bacterial infections. >> how concerned should we be about this? >> you know, you have to think back to before 1943, because that's only as long as we've had antibiotics, and before that, if you went in the hospital for a
minor surgery or had pneumonia, these infections could be fatal and the big concern is that if this really develops, people going into the hospital who have medical problems, their lives could be at risk because we don't have antibiotics to treat them because the drug companies haven't been making new antibiotics. >> when you were at the cdc, didn't you write a program that was geared toward if something like this should happen? >> yeah, yeah. >> so what should we do? >> you know, when you think about resistance, you know, different types of resistance is from different causes. some is from overuse in animals. some is in the hospital and some from what we do. the first thing is you always want to make sure you take your antibiotics only if prescribed. never use someone else's drugs and tell your doctor if you've had overseas travel because some of these very resistant germs are found in hospitals overseas. and then lastly you want to make sure that anyone who touches you in the hospital washes their hands, that you see it. be brave, say i didn't see you wash your hands, please wash your hands because that's how these really dangerous germs are being spread. >> speak up.
speak up. all right, rich, thanks so much. dr. besser will be taking your questions. you can tweet him @drrichardbesser and now to lara for the "morning menu." lara go thank you so much, rob be. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." a parenting alert about your kids and their cell phones. when does their attachment go too far? one doctor is warning it could be on the verge of addiction. and, yes, holiday weekend which means not only beaches but big sales. the top items you can save on right now. and we don't like it, we love it. flo rida is about to rock central park. stay with us, won't you? it's all coming up live on "gma." ♪
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welcome back to "gma." and how about that crowd in central park? everybody moving and everybody getting ready for flo rida. a huge performance coming up in just a little bit but right now we're going to move on to what your kids don't want you to know. this morning the problem that so many families are facing, kids getting too attached to their phones. one doctor even warning it could cross the line over into addiction. t.j. holmes has more on what to do about it. >> some of you fighting these battles yet? >> every day. >> every day. >> with these cell phones. yes, some parents just throw their hands up. some shake their heads and some think that is just normal. let me tell you this, how much is too much is the question you have, but doctors will actually tell you there gets a point it goes beyond normal teenage behavior with these cell phones and your child actually starts displaying characteristics of a drug addict. now, this interview here is going to take about 30 minutes. >> okay. >> are you going to be able to make it 30 minutes without looking at your phone?
>> i'm going to try, yes. >> you sure you're all right? >> i can do it. >> reporter: jason clark loves his smartphone. no surprise there. he is a 15-year-old but he is so attached to it his family worries he might one day need therapy to get it under control. you've been on how much? >> four hours. >> four hours and it's just 3:00 in the afternoon. >> reporter: we asked jason to put an app on his phone to track his phone use. so, what was yesterday? >> yesterday, six hours. >> six hours. >> reporter: his mom, tamika, says there are days it's been 8, even 12 hours. at home, at school, the library. >> the library with books, right? >> that makes me feel bad. >> reporter: between social media, music, texting and gaming, the hours add up, and mom says she thinks his phone use has crossed the line. >> when you're talking about addiction, you're talking about i can't live without it. >> reporter: you think he's dependent on that phone? >> oh, i know he is. >> reporter: cell phone
addiction isn't officially designated as a clinical disorder like drug or alcohol addiction, but dr. edward spector thinks it should be. he treats exclusively people for what he calls compulsive use of technology. >> their brains change in similar ways to real chemical addicts. >> that sounds nuts. >> well, if you talk to the parents of my clients, they come in, and they say my kid is like a junkie and they feel like it's an addiction. >> reporter: but when does it go from being normal acceptable teenage behavior to a problem that needs to be addressed. spector says don't just focus on just the hours. >> when we talk about compulsion, it's not the behavior but whether you have control over it. >> reporter: clark worries it fits the word addiction. it's affecting other parts of his life. as his smartphone use has gone up, grades have gone down and she's noticed changes in his behavior. do you think he could be on the path that at some point it's not enough to just take the phone from him, that you might have to get him some help?
>> when somebody freaks out because you're taking something that they have an emotional attachment to, it is an addiction. >> reporter: jason says there's nothing abnormal about his phone use and doesn't believe it has a major impact on other parts of his life though he does admit he could probably stand to cut back -- later. now, i'm about to end this interview. what's the first thing you're going to do? >> check my phone. >> all right. let's talk about this with t.j. and caroline knorr, parenting editor at common sense media. welcome, caroline. we can't pretend the kids are the only ones addicted right here, but, caroline, let's talk about the kind of signs you should be looking for to figure out if your child is too dependent. >> at common sense media we us say, you know your kid best. but, you know, there are some typical signs of, you know, a bigger problem, depression, slipping grades, hostility, kids who are highly sensitive, a strong preoccupation with their
phone and not interested in the activities that they used to love. >> nothing else. they only care about the phone. meantime, t.j., so many of these apps the kids get into, especially the gaming apps are designed to hook them. >> they suck them in and you feel like you have this obligation, like he -- we were joking around with him there, he couldn't stand to be in that interview almost for 30 minutes without like something -- i'm missing something in life over here. again, you talk about you know your kids. not just the hours, some can do it with three, some with eight. eight hours on the phone, what else are they missing in life and how many opportunities walking by them to have normal everyday interaction. so still it's not just the hours but think how much they are missing by looking down at that phone. >> you bring up a great point. these apps are designed to add a gaming element to texting and being social with your friends. >> they do. you talk about these vamping selfies. >> these kids. >> these are kids staying up late at night taking a picture
of their sleep-deprived faces and posting it for their friends to see. that may not be true addiction but it's very problematic behavior. >> the minute a parent sees that time to put the phone in another room late at night. right? >> i absolutely suggest that they have them charge the phone in the parents' bedroom at night. >> what else should parents do? >> it's really important for parents to set up screen-free times and screen-free zones and that needs to apply to parents as well as kids. really limit multitasking because we think we're good at multitasking, but kids really -- you know, it takes a moment to refocus, so try and get them to focus on one task at a time. no phones in the bedroom at night. no texting and driving for parents. and we always say, you are your kids' digital role model. you really have to show your kids how to have healthy digital habits now that we're all on our phones. >> the doctor was big on that point. when you said how many times do
you say to your child, give me one second setting that example early on. >> okay. parents know best and parents have to show the way. thank you, guys. over to amy. >> all right, thank you very much, george. now to some big savings this holiday weekend. memorial day is the unofficial start to summer and "gma's" becky worley has the secret to scoring major deals in san francisco with a look at the best items to save on and when you should buy them. becky, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, amy. yeah, people want to know if the best deals on summer are now or if they should wait. well, sadly, best deals in august, but shoppers' dilemma. if you need it now, you need it now. let's get to the summer deals out there now, walmart has air conditioners on sale, $76 off of a frigidaire window unit. home depot has up to 25% off on patio furniture. lowe's has a four-burner grill marked down to $169. that's 15% off the lowest price that i could find online, and finally it's bathing suit season, ooh.
lands' end, though, 50% off swimwear, amy. >> that's an incentive to try on some suits. interestingly, there are big savings on n nonsummer-related items. tell us what they are. >> yeah, each sales weekend is associated with deals and categories that have nothing to do with the holidays, so memorial day now well-known as the best time of year to buy a mattress. who knew. another weird category of sales, vacuum cleaners, gear up for summer, let's vacuum, 25% to 35% off at best buy, sears and target. amy, a lot of these sales are live online now, so i've already snagged a few deals, so it's fishing poles and s'mores for this girl. i'm going camping this weekend. in that's awesome and i like cleaning and sleeping so it all works. fantastic. thanks, becky. and you can find all the codes and details for these deals at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! let's go out to ginger in central park now where the party is on. >> oh, it is on. amy, look at this.
look at this crowd on the friday before memorial day, we are just partying. this is lucas from long island. he wanted to say good morning to you. we wanted to show you what you can expect for your holiday weekend on memorial day itself and here are some of the highlights in the forecast. strong storms in the middle of the nation, the east and west both decent, certainly warming up. going to be a whole lot warmer out west than it has been and i know what i'm doing. i'm going to the indy 500 to host the red carpet. temperatures in the mid-80s to highs.
and now this is so exciting. i'm here with social media superstar ricky dillon. his youtube channel has more than 247 million views, and you've probably seen him without even knowing it was really him. he was the one shooting the selfie video during meghan trainor's performance at the billboard music awards on sunday. welcome, ricky. >> thanks for having me. >> yeah, i mean, youtube, huge. itch's got a 1-year-old sister, so i know how big of a deal you are. i have been made aware. so meghan trainor, i'm sorry, what did you actually shoot here because you've actually kept that exclusive for our viewers this morning. >> i haven't uploaded it yet, but i was jamming out performing -- not performing. dancing with her performing. it was fun and i was just having a good time and blogging. >> so that's actually what we got to see. >> no one has seen it yet. >> oh, my goodness. we'll be able to see a lot more of that. what did meghan trainor think of this? >> she actually noticed it.
she liked my instagram picture, my tweet and tweeted me back. she's super cool and i love her. >> so you are the youtube star in your own right for sure so we will watch you perform many a time but we are also going to read about you, right? you've got a new book. >> i have a book coming out. it's called "follow me" and you can preorder it now at rickydillonbook.com and it's my last story mixed in with challenges, so it's like past collaborative life stories. it's fun. >> thank you so much for being here. we'll look for that. right now we got to get some "pop news." george, robin, lara, let's head in to you. flo rida is coming up. >> all right, thank you, ging and thank you, ricky. george, i hope elliott was watching. >> me too. >> she's the one that really broke the story and set us all straight. i'm going to set you all straight with some great "pop news" on this friday. leona lewis, you hear her there, she'll be sounding very different. she is saying that she will star in the upcoming broadway revival of "cats" and the british singer will play the glamour cat, grizabella, the main role that
gets to sing "memory" which is such a glorious song and took to instagram and twitter to express her excitement saying time to move to new york and andrew lloyd webber also welcomed leona to the fourth longest running broadway show of all time which will re-open july 31st. when it does lloyd webber will have not one, not two but three shows running on broadway at the same time. that guy is a phenom with "cats," "phantom" and "school of rock." >> not a bad trio. >> absolutely. also in "pop news," this is the grapest news i have read in a while. la cite du vin. seven years in the making set to hope on june 1st right around the corner in france. so what is this city of wine, you ask? >> what is it? >> thank you, george. it is an adult theme where the theme is all things wine. ten stories, a huge amphitheater, restaurants, boat rides, $91 million later it is a place for wine-o-philes to come together and drink different wines from over 80
countries and there is even a tasting experience with moving sets and 3d images. i do not know how that works but i would imagine you want to get in on it before glass 3. >> wine-o-phile? i never even heard of that. >> i might have made that up. >> you did make it up. >> i did. what would it be? >> vinophile. >> darn it, george. doesn't wine-o-phile just really it's -- it's very descriptive. make your own word up friday, america. bordeaux. my favorite. >> two words for you, road trip. yay. >> and there's no work e-mails there. it's perfect. >> yes. >> exactly. i'm moving. >> oh, my gosh. >> better and better. >> i would just like to say thank you, eurostar. they're mulling over a new wine line from -- that will run from london to this adult theme park which is my new favorite place on the planet calling all wine-o-philes. and then finally -- are you two okay over there? >> we just had an epic fail.
can we do it right, please? okay. >> right. >> friday, baby. >> you guys, not so successful with that but have you tried the running man challenge? i haven't yet. today is the big day. >> have you seen ginger do it? >> nothing the girl can't do. everyone is doing it these days. we've got video of a police precinct from miami. there they are doing the running man challenge. we've got grandmas working their magic. there you go. >> oh, yeah, oh, wow. >> lady in red, work it. >> oh, my. >> don't hurt yourself. >> like wildfire or perhaps we should say wildlife and spotted a zebra in the savannah getting in on the action. amy, did you see him when you were there? >> no, how did i miss that? >> a wild man. wait till you see what flo rida has planned in just a few minutes. you don't want to miss "gma" coming up. ♪ sometimes i get a good feeling ♪ >> and that's "pop news." pop that cork, people. ♪ welcome to my house
update in 30 minutes. join reggie, mike, sue a [ cheers and applause ]a ♪ sometimes i get a good feeling ♪ >> back here, city park foundations summer stage. our home here in central park. and perhaps you've seen the running man challenge. oh. yeah. go. ♪ go, ginger. go, ginger. >> i've got it. >> it was epic. epic. all because of flo rida. he put out a new version of "my boo" for it and got a hot one off the press called "at night." are you ready for flo rida? [ cheers and applause ] the most epic, epic running man challenge ever you're going to see it here. all right. ♪ hello friday
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♪ at night i dream of you [ cheers and applause ] ♪ working my body >> deejay. hello, friday. hey. ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ >> let's go. ♪ yeah like a charm baby brighter than this thing on my arm baby ♪ ♪ it's a party every time you come around baby now if you're down baby ♪ ♪ i can be the ground baby hear me running ain't nothing looking better than when i see you coming ♪ ♪ ain't none other feeling better than when i'm blowing money ♪ ♪ you can tell that i'm an addict, i'm addicted to money i'm addicted to balling ♪
♪ i got the sip of patron i bought a ticket to rome ♪ ♪ and by the end of the evening forget a weekend we won't even know what planet we on ♪ ♪ 'cause monday so many tuesday she wanna go up ♪ ♪ but wednesday i panic come scrambling thursday just ain't my luck ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ ordering triple sec double i'm acting single ♪ ♪ you on the top on the bottom and she the middle ♪ ♪ i did all for the nookie oreo cookie ♪ ♪ bout to kill it shawty don't push me now drop it you got it ♪ ♪ thank god it's friday we love that tgif word yeah ♪ ♪ let's get it popping baby show me something baby or i can blow it on the next girl ♪
♪ i got the 151 hey and by the end of the evening forget a weekend ♪ ♪ we won't even know what planet we on 'cause monday so many ♪ ♪ tuesday she wanna go up but wednesday i panic come scrambling thursday just ain't my luck ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ saturday i'm hitting all the beaches and i ain't talking playing in the sun ♪ ♪ sunday i'm praying for forgiveness but the week just begun ♪ ♪ 'cause monday so many tuesday she wanna go up ♪ ♪ but wednesday i panic come scrambling thursday just ain't my luck ♪ >> party people, scream. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hello friday i've been waiting
for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ ♪ you just save me when my life came tumbling down ♪ ♪ and i know you're gonna leave me hello friday i've been waiting for you for a long time ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> yes! >> "gma"! >> so good. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, love, love, love it. flo rida, everybody. how great was that? this party has officially started but, of course, i've got to take a little moment of i know, in the middle of the party. i got to tell you about pollen, okay? it's the pollen report brought to you by claritin still feeling
high pollen levers from the planes to the northeast while getting into the season for grass pollen to ramp up still the oak and mulberry trees around causing those problems in the great lakes, northeast, bringing the highest concentrations. there's nothing like a little pause on a flo rida >> oept, though. all right, george. >> anne hathaway is back in "alice through the looking glass" and she sat down with chris connelly to talk about the movie. take a look. >> alice. >> reporter: as its intrepid
heroine time travels, the sequel "alice through the looking glass" again features a regal anne hathaway who has found that being a new parent is its own adventure. how would you describe what happens to alice at the outset of this film? >>. >> i haven't seen the beginning of the film. i'm sorry but i am a new mother and i didn't time the feeding schedule like i have any control of it. my kid was hungry, had to feed him and missed the first 20 minutes so i can't tell you about the beginning of the movie. >> there's a big ship. >> i thought the rest of the movie was good so i assume they didn't whiff it the first 20 minutes and all of a sudden it got good and could lie and say it's great and alice did this but i'm not going to do that to you, chris. i'm not going to lie. >> i appreciate that, anne. >> no problem. >> reporter: at the start of 2016 she used social media to share a secret in her own life that she was pregnant with her first child by husband adam shoulderman. >> i had seal a photographer while on vacation taking a photo and i just thought it's such a joyful and sacred experience
carrying life and i just thought i don't want the first version of this to be out there with me covering or scowling at someone. that's not representative of the experience so i chose a photo i was happy with and i put it out there and that was that. >> reporter: today's release of "alice through the looking glass" marks nearly 15 years since the first film ever to put a crown atop hathaway's head. what does that anniversary mean to you. >> that film has legacy. it's given people the opportunity, you know, little girls and little boys to curl up with their parents on the couch and throw on their sweat pants and sit and cuddle. it's a real honor to think that something that you've been a part of becomes a part of the fabric of people's lives, you know. i'm cotton is what i'm trying to say. >> reporter: the look, the feel of cotton. >> the fabric of our lives. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >>i "alice through the looking glass" opens today and everybody
♪ welcome to my house welcome to our house in central park. flo rida getting the weekend started right. you've got two new singles and heard "hello friday" which we are doing right now saying it loud and clear. what was it like collaborating with jason derulo. >> man, he's representing the 305. i recall both of our hard work getting to where we are today. it's a dream collaboration come true. i'm a big fan of jason derulo. >> both with florida roots. >> yes, yes, yes. >> and good vibes, it would seem. really feels like it felt right. >> most definitely. at the top of his career and look forward to him doing great things, you know and i'm doing great things thanks to the fans here at "gma." >> thank you. thank you, flo. your brand-new single "at night" has a little bit to do with the running man entrance and accepted the challenge. i mean, how do we top it? explain the collaboration between the running man and "at night" your new single. >> well, you know, definitely
inspired by "at night" and the running man shout out to mike cameron who always tried to help me broaden my horizons when it comes to makingth music. i saw everyone going crazy so i thought i'd take advantage of it. >> what was your inspiration for "my house." ♪ welcome to "gma" >> oh. >> definitely, you know, with having a career selling just about 100 million records worldwide, i mean, music feels like my house so i had to come out with something that represented myself and, you know, my fashion pore music to the utmost. >> flo, welcome to our house. let's hear it now, "my house." >> let's do it! [ cheers and applause ] >> come on, "gma." what do we say? come on. ♪ open up the champagne pop it's party in the park yes ♪ ♪ hear a knock on the door and the night begins ♪ ♪ hey hey come on yeah ♪ 'cause we done this before so you come on in ♪
♪ yeah make yourself at my home tell me where you been ♪ ♪ where you been ♪ pour yourself something cold baby cheers to this ♪ ♪ hey hey ♪ sometimes you gotta stay in ♪ and you know where i live yeah you know what we is sometimes you gotta stay in in ♪ >> party, people. ♪ welcome to my house baby take control now ♪ ♪ we can't even slow down we don't have to go out ♪ ♪ welcome to my house play that music too loud ♪ ♪ show me what you do now we don't have to go out ♪ >> come on. and everybody sing, what, what, come on. ♪ welcome to my house welcome to my house ♪ >> it's "gma," baby. ♪ morning comes and you know that you wanna stay ♪ ♪ wanna stay come on yeah ♪ close the blinds let's pretend that the time has changed ♪ ♪ hey hey
♪ come on ♪ keep our clothes on the floor open up champagne ♪ ♪ yeah come on ♪ let's continue tonight come on celebrate ♪ >> you know how we do. ♪ sometimes you gotta stay in and you know where i live ♪ ♪ yeah you know what we is sometimes you gotta stay in in ♪ >> party, people. ♪ welcome to my house baby take control now ♪ ♪ we can't even slow down we don't have to go out ♪ ♪ welcome to my house play that music too loud ♪ ♪ show me what you do now we don't have to go out ♪ >> and everybody say, what, what. come on. ♪ welcome to my house welcome to my house ♪ >> you heard me. yeah, welcome to my house. ♪ welcome to my duck off the crib the spot the pad ♪ ♪ but my house is your house if you throwing it back ♪ ♪ excuse me if my home bringing the sad ♪ ♪ soon as these happy faces land
you can run with the cash ♪ ♪ home run slam dunk touchdown pass ♪ ♪ mi casa es tu casa so it ain't no holding back ♪ ♪ another shot of vodka you know what's in my glass ♪ >> party people, scream. ♪ welcome to my house baby take control now ♪ ♪ we can't even slow down we don't have to go out ♪ ♪ hit the brakes hit the brakes slow down ♪ ♪ welcome to my house play that music too loud ♪ ♪ show me what you do now we don't have to go out ♪ >> come on and everybody say, what, what, come on. ♪ welcome to my house you heard me we ain't got to go out welcome to my house ♪ ♪ "gma" welcome to my house it's my house ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> "gma." "gma's" summer concert series is presented by king's
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ welcome to my house we are back now with flo rida and it is time to find out which song you want to hear. hi, lara. the winner of the viewer vote is -- >> "wild ones." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ooh if i took you home it'd be a home run show me how you do ♪ >> come on, party people. let's go. jump, jump, jump, jump. ♪ i wanna shut down in the club with you ♪ ♪ hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones wild ones ooh ♪ ♪ i like crazy foolish stupid party going wild fist pumping music ♪ ♪ i might lose it glass to the roof that's how we do'z it do'z it do'z it ♪
♪ i don't care the night she don't care we like ♪ ♪ almost dared the right vibe ready to get live ain't no surprise ♪ ♪ take me so high jumping nose dive surfing the crowd ooh ♪ ♪ said i gotta be the man i'm the head of my band mike check one two ♪ ♪ shut them down in the club while the playboy does it and y'all get loose loose ♪ ♪ after bottle we all get bent and again tomorrow ♪ ♪ gotta break rules 'cause that's the motto club shuts down a hundred supermodels ♪ ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one ooh ♪ >> come on. ♪ if i took you home it'd be a home run show me how you do ♪ >> everybody, jump, jump, jump. ♪ i wanna shut down in the club with you hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones wild ones ooh ♪ >> party people, one, two, three. ♪ party rocker foot showstopper more chambord ♪ ♪ number one club popper got a hangover like too much vodka
can't see me with ten binoculars so cool ♪ ♪ no doubt by the end of the night not the clothes coming off ♪ ♪ then i make that move somehow some way gotta raise the roof roof ♪ ♪ all black shades when the sun come through uh-oh it's on like everything goes ♪ ♪ round up baby tilt the freaky show ♪ ♪ what happens to that body it's a private show ♪ ♪ stays right here private show ♪ ♪ i like 'em untamed don't tell me how pain tolerance bottoms up with the champagne ♪ ♪ my life and we party ♪ hey irheard you were a wild one ooh ♪ >> come on. ♪ took you home it'd be a home run ♪ >> what, come on. ♪ show me how you do ♪ i wanna shut down in the club with you ♪ >> come on. ♪ hey i heard you like the wild ones wild ones ♪ >> what.
♪ i am a wild one ♪ eye many a wild one tame me now running with the crowd ♪ ♪ show you another side of me ♪ never thought you'd see ♪ hey i heard you were a wild one what what oooh ♪ ♪ hey i heard you you were a while one wild one ooh ♪ ♪ i am a wild one break me in ♪ saddle me up and let's begin i am a wild one tame me now ♪ ♪ running with wolves and i'm on the prowl ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert! happy anniversary. life is mucho, and grande. life is eating, laughing, loving and a place to enjoy it together.
>> have a good feeling this weekend. happy, happy weekend. >> come on party people. it's "gma" party in the park. ♪ oh oh oh oh oh sometimes i get a good feeling yeah ♪ >> put your hands up. put, put your hands up. ♪ i get a feeling that i never never never never had before no no ♪ >> what, come on. ♪ i get a good feeling yeah >> what. jump, jump, jump.
now from abc7 news. good morning i am natasha zouves and mike nicco is here for the bay area forecast. >> good morning. it's going to be a warm one. a lot of 80s and 60s at the coast and total sunshine is there and for most of the weekend and into sunday the sea breeze is going to cool us and it's warmer again on monday and tuesday. okay. a multivehicle accident blocking the lanes of traffic and another accident. this one is in martina and the traffic is obviously starting to back up here. once gain eastbound 4. >> thank you. it's time for live with kelly. reporting continues now with the news app and abc7news.com.
join mike sue, reggie and me >> it's "live with kelly." today, actor, write, director and producer tyler perry. and lizzy caplan. and summer eats and treats as we wrap our "take charge of your food!" week. and andy cohen returns for another day of co-hosting. all next inside "live's" beach house. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now here are kelly ripa and andy cohen. [applause] ♪