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>> oh, yeah. harry potter geeks geek out now. >> we are. >> i'm mad i wasn't invited. >> we arrive at hogwarts or this location in california. posters of harry potter everywhere, of course, with tonya meza, the quinceanera as hermione. >> wow. that is quite the dress. >> and quite the party. the decorations. now, this is from back in december of 2016. trending because we are celebrating harry potter's 20th anniversary which is amazing. check this out. she and her family paid so much attention to detail, there were wands at every place setting. >> en got the floating candles as well. >> her escorts were dressed in the hogwarts capes. the parents were in on it. the entire party was consumed with harry potter style. >> i think they seemed to have taken care of everything.
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this is amazing. >> apparently even the champagne glasses were topped with golden snitches. >> but is that true wizards chest? if that's true wizards chest, the pieces will move on their own. >> this is so cool. >> and of course they did stick to some of the more traditional quinceanera themes and the parts that make up the quinceanera. but at the end, of course, it is time to party. this video is getting a ton of attention now because of how cool it is. she totally wins. she topped them all. you have fun watching? tell a friend. we'll see you next time. for colon cancer? i don't have any symptoms. [female announcer] of cancers affecting both men and women, colorectal cancer is the 2nd leading cancer killer in the united states. and it doesn't always cause symptoms, especially early on. but i'm only 53.
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you're looking at a dramatic car chase that started in louisville, kentucky yesterday. it led police down a series of city and country roads. the suspect managed to go across a field even with deflated tires. after running over a police spike strip. he was finally cornered and caught. robert ellis is wanted in a string of purse snatchings at area gas stations. a san diego father and two daughters are now in the hands of rescuers who are leading them out of the mexican canyon where they've been stranded since last saturday. this morning we're seeing the first video from the rescue
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crews. the family had set out on a hiking trip in devil's peak and got lost. a helicopter found the family on tuesday, and a ground team finally reached them on wednesday evening. they'd already run out of food, water and insulin for the father. >> they got him stabilized with electrolytes, insulin and food and water. it's going well, but it's going slow. he's getting fatigued as he goes, and they're just stopping and letting him rest. >> the family's still trying to make their way out of the canyon this morning. a medical team is waiting for them to arrive out of the base camp. and federal officials are warning travelers that the zika virus is still a threat. the cdc says cases have dropped sharply from last year's peak, zika has not disappeared from latin america and the caribbean. they are urging women who are pregnant or trying to conceive not to let their guard down. a quick-thinking good samaritan in knoxville, tennessee is praised for saving a baby deer.
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rob hersh jumped to the rescue. he saw a fawn struggling in the ft. louden lake. they spotted what they thought was a log-in the water. he wrapped the fawn in a life jacket and pulled it to safety. >> i wonder how he got in the middle of the pond. >> the rescuer's name is hersh, which is german for "deer." >> oh, how about that? all right. when we come back, the moment you have all been waiting for. karaoke battle, me and this guy. >> i drink your milk shake. >> and we're going to be helped out. >> jeff timmons is already here. he's in position, with our fake disco ball in the background. he's got the guns out. >> do you have your earplugs in for kendis's singing? >> i'm ready to go. let's go. >> you will be so impressed. >> sign me up. >> we'll be back. so impressed. >> sign my up. >> we'll be back. up. >> we'll be back. e up.
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>> we'll be back.
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♪ you are my everything >> yeah. >> this is the one my daughter was in. >> my baby. >> i didn't know that was your daughter! we're learning all kinds of new things about you. jeff timmons is here, he's been hanging out with us all morning. >> last half hour, you were treated to some of the incredible moves from his las vegas review. "men of the strip." look at those. >> smack. >> unfortunately, i was -- i was doing one of them. in the other half hour. >> look at the dollars come out. >> so we of course know jeff from his days of breaking hearts in 98 degrees. and we couldn't let the lachey
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brothers get here in time or justin, but we're stepping in. since we didn't have the rest of the band here with you. >> i feel confident. >> our karaoke lounge. a crowd, a team for jeff, a karaoke duet. here is diane's losing entry. >> shall we -- >> let's go. >> ready? music please? ♪ >> a real pro could go without music. >> that's right. ♪ could it be you and me ♪ like it was before ♪ could it be you and me ♪ like it was before ♪ neither less or more ♪ cause when i close my eyes ♪ at night i realize ♪ that no one else ♪ could ever take your place ♪ i still can feel ♪ and it's so unreal ♪ when you're touchin' me ♪ kissin' endlessly ♪ it's just a place in the sun ♪ where our lives begun
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♪ i miss you ♪ yes i miss you oh, baby ♪ you're my sunshine after the rain ♪ ♪ you're the cure against my fear and my pain ♪ >> are your ears bleeding? ♪ because i'm losin' my mind when you're not around ♪ ♪ so ♪ it's all ♪ it's all because of you >> perfect! >> woo! >> that was good. >> that was amazing. >> you are hired. >> that was average. >> all right. >> hired? >> you're hired. >> yes! >> i kind of feel like she started out slow and tapered off. >> i thought she had a strong. what do you think? >> take that, gibson! >> what do you think, crowd? [cheers and applause]
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>> are you ready to be impressed? let's do it. shall we? ♪ >> this is a tough one. >> yeah. >> oh, wow. he's is startin' to, he's getting emotional. >> yeah. ♪ i do parenthesis ♪ cherish you parenthesis ♪ for the rest of my life ♪ ♪ you don't have to think twice ♪ ♪ i will love you still ♪ from the depths of my soul ♪ it's beyond my control ♪ i've waited so long >> thank the lord. ♪ to say this to you >> no, no. ♪ if you ask me, do i love you this much ♪ >> you do. >> no, we don't, we don't. ♪ we do >> we don't, we don't. [ applause ] >> yes, yes, yes. i'll pay you later. >> you don't have to do that. you don't, okay? >> yes. >> i love it. >> all right, so. >> you have to pick, who do you want to perform with? >> i mean, come on.
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>> who's better? >> let's do it apollo style. you guys make noise for the one. first, let's go with diane, make some noise. [cheers and applause] >> put on your megaphone. >> and second, kendis? >> boo, boo, boo, boo. >> we have a tie. >> come on. >> it's going to be three of us? >> let's sing it out. ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh. >> this is the wrong group! ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ the right stuff ♪ first time was a great time ♪ second time was a blast ♪ third time now i hope it
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lasts ♪ ♪ i can see it in your walk ♪ i can tell the way you talk ♪ i can see it in everything you do ♪ ♪ hear it in your thoughts ♪ you got the right stuff ♪ baby >> oh! the bridge! the bridge! >> who cued this music? ♪ all i needed was you >> it's a kendis solo. ♪ oh, girl, so right ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, >> you know this part. >> everybody, come on, you know the moves. ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ the right stuff ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ the right stuff ♪ first kiss was a sweet kiss ♪ second kiss had a twist >> you were awesome. >> we're going to have the skinny coming up. >> you have the right stuff, my
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olay eyes. ageless. ♪ >> this is it? >> that's right. we have an a little jay-z coming in. we have a special skinny for you with jeff timmons from 98 degrees. >> we're starting off with the breaking skinny news. we're hearing now, jay z released his anticipated album, "444", and there's a particular song already getting buzz. >> i heard about this. you guys teased about it earlier. is it a makeup song or something like that? >> he's hoping it will be a makeup song. the title song appears to be a 4:44 apology expressing his regret for cheating in a hypothetical relationship. >> with a hypothetical becky with the good hair? >> infidelity rumors swirled last year.
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when beyonce released the song "sorry, i ain't sorry." and it ignited a witch hunt for becky with the good hair. this new album adds more fuel to the fire. who do you think becky with the good hair is? >> i don't know. it's got to be somebody special. if you're going to have infidelity on somebody like beyonce, it's got to be amazing. >> it's got to be class-a weave, indian style. >> what's the 444 reference? >> because it's 4:44. and four is an important number for beyonce and jay z. >> oh, okay, i got you. >> he took a long time to apologize. but he's going to have to keep it going for about four years. >> yeah, i think so, too. next, something you might be interested in for hard rock live. we're talking about the best soccer player in the world. >> besides cristiano ronaldo. >> messi. and then there's other guy, christine? >> we'll start things with messi, just for you, kendis.
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he is officially off the market, sorry to say. he's tying the knot with his childhood sweetheart in their native argentina. >> this guy, this lame old guy, cristiano ronaldo. >> what is he doing, photo shopping pool pictures? what's going on? >> everybody's going to face tune. portuguese super star, looking rather out of shape these days. would it kill him to have a salad once in a while? >> i would love to see him perform in your show, jeff. >> i don't think we can afford him. >> we do want to say congratulations to cristiano. he is the father of twins. how cool is that? more beautiful babies to grace this world. >> but he's not married. >> more beautiful portuguese babies. >> jeff, thank you. >> i'm just going to let that go. thank you for hanging out with us. i can't wa
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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> and i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the stories we're following on "world news now." a record number of americans expected to hit the roads and the skies over this extended fourth of july weekend. lower gas and airline prices are spurring the travel surge. two immigration bills are on their way to the senate. the house passed two measures, including one that strips funding from so-called sanctuary cities. and two were killed in a florida power plant. four others suffered severe burns in the blast. the cause is still under investigation. and the summer is already proving to be a scorcher for iran. the temperature in one city soared to a brutal 129 degrees yesterday. one of the hottest temperatures ever recorded on earth. and those are some of our top stories on this friday, june
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30th. from abc news, this is "world news now." millions of americans are hitting the roads, rail, water ways, skies, maybe swimming. >> they're doing everything. >> to get out of town for the holiday weekend. >> even though it is june, this is the get away day for many people. >> let's do it. >> and aaa says a record 44.2 million people will travel 50 miles or more away from their home, marking this the most traveled fourth of july weekend ever. >> but some could run into rough weather. two dozen tornados have hit four states. leaving lots of damage in their wake. and the threat for severe storms is not over yet. >> americans are facing a long day of miserable weather. >> accuweather meteorologist justin povick is here with the forecast. justin, good morning. >> kendis and diane, thanks and good morning to you. it's going to be a very summer-like day.
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but we're concerned about showers and gusty thunderstorms later on this afternoon from detroit to cincinnati. some of these can be severe with locally damaging wind gusts along with heavy rainfall. we're going to see another zone here south of our front throughout oklahoma into arkansas and missouri. these, too, can be severe with flooding rains, isolated tornados, hail and damaging winds. as we venture into independence day, notice showers and thunderstorms out east. and very hot conditions continuing here over the interior west. but relatively quiet, more so in between. diane? kendis? >> justin thanks. and president trump is under fire for a disparaging pair of tweets about cable news hosts that took aim at her appearance and intellect. the personal attack on msnbc's mika brzezinski depicted her as crazy and with a low iq. the president claims that
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brzezinski claims she came to mar-a-lago bleeding from a face-lift. he also insulted her co-host. >> it's blatantly sexist. there's no question about it. >> we want to improve the tone and the debate and this clearly doesn't do that. >> it clearly was inappropriate and not something that he should have done. it is beneath the dignity of the office. >> the tweet has not been deleted. and the president appears unfazed by the criticism. the white house deputy secretary came to the defense saying he's been attacked day after day on that show. >> it's been very clear that when he gets attack he's going to hit back. the american people elected somebody who's smart, tough and a fighter. and that's donald trump. i don't think it's a surprise to anybody that he fights fire with fire. >> and first lady melania trump pointed to her husband's reputation as a counter puncher.
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her spokesperson says when he gets attack he punches back ten times harder. the trump administration limited travel ban is in effect, but not without confusion, protest and another legal challenge. there are still questions regarding who can enter the country and what constitutes a close family relationship. as far as the order is concerned. wabc's josh einiger with more. >> reporter: as the clock struck 8:00, as portions of the travel ban were reinstated, she was more mystified than ever. she was born in brooklyn, but her sister-in-law and her grandmother aren't close enough relations to be granted a travel immigration visa, and now they're likely stranded in war-torn yemen. >> i've been very emotionally drained from all this for a while. >> reporter: it's been months now since the president's original order, the one blocked
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by the courts, revised and blocked again. the so-called muslim ban has made its way to the supreme court which lifted some restrictions. now the u.s. can ban people from six muslim majority nations who don't have what the court called bona fide relations here, but the court was vague on what that meant. today, arbitrary rules from the trump administration states siblings of american residents can get a visa, but not siblings in law. parents are welcome but not grand parents, and all in the name of fighting terror. and already a change to the list of the so-called bona fide relationships. the trump administration deciding that fiances and parents in law are acceptable, even if siblings in law are not. all this uncertainty yielding at least one court challenge already in hawaii, but for now, the travel ban is on. josh einiger, abc news, new york.
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there are no signs this morning that the republican leaders are closer to their goal of drawing up a revised version of their health care bill by today. now divided gop senators wrapped up lunch yesterday without agreeing to a plan to repeal and replace obamacare. they discussed a number of potential changes, but they weren't significant enough to sway conservative and moderate holdouts. >> the stage is set for president trump's first meeting with russian president vladimir putin since taking office. the two leaders are scheduled to sit down for a face-to-face talk next week on the sidelines of the g20 summit in germany. but the white house is not saying whether the president plans to bring up russian meddling in last year's election. and former national security adviser susan rice steps into the russian probe next month. she's agreed to testify before the house intelligence committee. rice has denied doing anything wrong when asked analysts to disclose the name of trump associates documents in
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intelligence reports. the president says she may have broken the law. two san antonio, texas police officers were critically injured in a shootout. and one is not expected to survive. they were on a routine patrol when bullets suddenly started flying. abc's matt gutman reports. >> reporter: that gun fight and chaos. erupting in downtown san antonio. the pair of officers were on routine patrol. police say when they tried to stop two men, one of them began blasting away at the officers. >> as soon as they stepped out of the vehicle the one suspect opened fire. striking one officer in the head, facial area. >> reporter: the other officer reportedly returning fire and risking his own life to save his partner's. >> he was pulling his partner out of the line of fire once he was hit. >> reporter: one gunman killed by police, the other taken into custody. the sheriff saying that gunfight lasted just seconds but left both of those officers in critical condition. the governor of texas tweeting out his thoughts and prayers for both of those officers.
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>> our thanks to matt gutman. a tennessee officer has been suspended after a suspect committed suicide in a squad car. officer caleb hinson arrested wilson. wilson was handcuffed but investigators say the cuffs were too loose. he managed to get free and shoot himself with a gun officer hinton overlooked during a search. hinton is not facing criminal charges. and police outside philadelphia are looking for the shooter who killed a young woman in an apparent road rage incident. 18 year old bianca robinson was weeks away from heading to college when she was shot to death wednesday night. her car and a red pickup truck were trying to get into the same lane. the driver of the pickup pulled out a gun and shot her in the head. now north carolina where police there say a man trying to haul in a shark from pier was bitten in the arm. witnesses say he had waded into the water to help land the shark when it suddenly whipped around
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and bit down. the man wasn't seriously hurt, and the shark did get away. authorities in california are investigating these images from near san francisco's golden gate bridge in which a boater appears to have hit a humpback whale. officials are concerned that the boaters and surfers are getting too close to the giant mammals and are warning boaters that they must respect the fact that these are wild animals after all. next wednesday is national bikini day. and there is a suit out there some ladies want to sink their teeth into. >> i see where you're going. behold the pizza bikini, or pizzakini. it's not a fancy pattern. the pepperini? >> the italian kitchen will fit
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you for that customized suit. it will cost you more than a couple of slices. the price? $10,000. $10,000. >> for the suit. >> for the suit. does the model? $10,000. >> no, the model is not included in the deal. models don't eat pizza anyway, you know? >> that's true. they'll just look at them. coming up later we'll have our friday rewind. first, the deadly car crash that police say venus williams was responsible for. but what did she do to be at fault. and later a little something for everybody in the theater. the minions are back, and so is will ferrell and amy poehler. but first a look at today's temperatures. "world news now" weather, brought to you by carfax.com.
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well, that was the scene at new york's jfk airport after a grease fire filled the terminal with smoke. officials say the fire appeared to have started in an event at the panda express. emergency crews quickly got it under control, but the fire triggered delays of up to two hours because of a backlog going through security. and commotion in santa rosa, california. it had nothing to do with an airplane. this hot air balloon carrying at least two passengers was forced to land in a parking lot near a sears auto center. it touched down safely and no
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one was injured. the pilot was having wind issues. >> it seems we had a similar incident earlier this week where it landed on a house. >> it landed on a house. this guy made it to the sears parking lot. >> and then did some shopping. we're going to move to florida and a serious situation. police are investigating a deadly traffic accident involving tennis star venus williams. >> she collided with another car near her home three weeks ago. now police are finding that she is at fault. gio benitez has more. >> reporter: venus williams under the spotlight but not for the usual reasons. according to police, the 37 year old tennis star is being blamed for a traffic accident where a passenger in the other car ultimately died. here's a map from the police report. at the intersection in palm beach gardens, florida, three weeks ago the report says williams cut across in front of a car. that car t-boning williams,78 year old passenger jerome barson was rushed to the hospital for
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head trauma and died. his wife, who was driving, survived. the police report says williams advised she did not see the other car and also says that she is at fault for the accident. williams' spokesperson saying she entered the intersection in a green light and expresses her deepest condolences to a family who lost a loved one. police do not believe she was distracted or under the influence of alcohol. so right now no charges and no citations for williams, but police are still investigating. gio benitez, abc news, new york. coming up, it's shaping up to be a pretty raunchy weekend at the box office. >> we'll tell you why critics are dealing will ferrell and amy poehler a losing hand. for "the house." our insomniac theater for this weekend is straight ahead.
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we blend in. >> absolutely. we look just like david did in that promo. >> david's doing hard news, and so are we. we're doing important business. it's like uncle sam threw up all over us. >> insomniac theater, and this weekend we start with "despicable me 3". >> don't refer to yourself like that. at least not in sequels.
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>> gru discovers that he has a twin brother. lucy tries to be a good step mom. agnes tries to find a true unicorn, and gru tries to steal back the biggest diamond. >> ooh. >> dance fight! ♪ >> that looks fun. see if he wants to come on the show. >> come on. >> got some moves. >> the '80s references, while we love them, they're apparently not impressing the critics. critics are giving despicable me 3 a tepid 65% on rotten
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tomatoes, which is still passing, like a d or d minus. one says it's overstuffed with a confusing plot, dated jokes and a lack of attention to its biggest stars, even the minions deserve better than this. and matt goldberg says there has to be a better way to entertain small children. kids deserve better than this. >> so even kids. >> so the minions, but it's the even kids part that you're really. >> exactly. next to something for the grown-ups. >> okay. >> it's called "in the house." will ferrell and amy poehler play a middle-aged couple who have blown through their daughter's college fund and are looking for a quick way to raise cash. >> bake sale? >> that's a good idea. they team up with their neighbor to launch an underground casino in his home. >> i'm very wary to go into business with you. >> noted. >> however, we know why we need the money. what's in it for you. >> full disclosure, the bank has foreclosed on my home.
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>> oh, frank. >> there we go. >> this money would help me get it back. that's why reena left me. >> that's not why she left you. you started gambling on golf and developed an online porn addiction. >> it is not scoring a royal flush and hasn't registered a score yet on rotten tomatoes. but john louie says it's like watching a series of funny viral videos and you might ask yourself would you like it as much if the clip was more than an hour long? and leigh paatsch says there's nothing clearly classic happening here, but this is an easy kill for a dependable number of laughs. >> it has to be at least that, it has snl alums will ferrell and amy poehler. >> can't be all that bad. >> exactly. >> this being a big american holiday, should we dance it out to a big american song? classic 98 degrees? >> yeah. >> let's do it. >> oh -- ♪ "world news now" ♪ doo, doo, doo, doo
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♪ happy fourth, happy friday. we have finally made it, and it was a busy week in the headlines. >> of course, we made room for the news, and we made room for a lot of fun. let's take a look at all of it in our "friday rewind." >> oh, my god. >> reporter: an army of firefighters battling flames, 100 feet high. torching an area the size of washington, d.c. more than 1500 people forced to evacuate. hoping their homes can be saved. that wind turning small fires into infernos. >> reporter: underground rail chaos. hundreds of subway passengers flee a train derailment in dark
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tunnels filled with smoke. >> i honestly thought it was a terrorist attack. >> the train bucked forward, it bucked backwards, two of the cars derailed. they scraped the side of the wall. >> reporter: people knocking out windows to get air and get out. >> reporter: thousands of computers around the world frozen. >> you can't read any e-mails. you can't read any files. basically your computer becomes a brick. >> reporter: an ominous message taking over their screens. your files are no longer accessible. send $300 worth of bitcoin. >> right now the attacks continue. but researchers may have discovered a kind of kill switch that could stop or at least slow its spread. >> health care is working along very well. >> reporter: that signature promise of his first term to repeal and replace obamacare is stalled on capitol hill. >> as of this moment, there is no indication that they are any closer to getting a health care bill that will pass the senate. >> reporter: good to be alive. a bus plowing right into this man as he walks in the street, knocking him to the ground,
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debris flying everywhere. >> simon smith in reading, england. look at that, hit by the bus. watch him dust himself off. >> of course he does. >> no one believed he actually got hit until they saw the footage. >> were you a fan of 98 degrees, the boy band? >> yeah. >> awesome. ♪ i do, cherish you ♪ for the rest of my life ♪ you don't have to think twice ♪ ♪ i've waited so long ♪ to say this to you ♪ ooh ooh >> so sorry. >> we forget sometimes that we're actually on camera when these things happen. >> we didn't know that clip ended up in it. >> so we're dressed like this because of a big day that is happening, coming up. it is world ufo day on sunday. >> yeah, stars and stripes for that one, absolutely always. there's something else happening next week. it's national fried chicken day, a special guest coming for that. what's more american than fried chicken?
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this morning on "world news now." president trump's twitter attack. >> he's drawing bipartisan outrage after lashing out at the hosts of "morning joe." those hosts are now postponing a vacation to respond to him this morning. this as parts of the president's travel ban go into effect. and more severe weather on tap for today and for those getting an early start to the holiday weekend, see where the storms are to hit. and concert crasher. humans aren't the only ones that love music. this dog proves to be a social media sensation. ♪ the hardest thing i'll ever have to do ♪ ♪ to look you in the eye >> actually, it would be pretty easy for us to do. get ready. we have a double portion of boy
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band. jeff timmons is here live from vegas. stand by for the hottest edition of "world news now" you have ever -- whoa. >> hey, now. >> it is june 30th. holiday weekend. ♪ it's the hardest thing i'll ever have to do ♪ from abc news, this is "world news now." ♪ >> we are fully embracing, fully embracing. >> jeff timmons says he's back there hanging out. that's one 98 degree move. >> the biggest move. you know what the second one is? we are going to get in much more complex lessons than that coming up. but first serious stuff. we start the half hour off with president trump facing a flood of criticism over an explosive twitter attack on two cable news hosts. >> the uproar is overshadowing
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the president's agenda. a scaled back version of his travel ban went into effect last night. and the gop health care plan remains in danger of collapsing. so far there is no revised bill as lawmakers head home for the july 4th recess. and we're learning overnight that mika brzezinski and joe scarborough have delayed a planned vacation. they were supposed to be away but are now expected to appear on their show thisor respond to the president's tweets. jonathan karl has more. >> reporter: donald trump being presidential, welcoming the president of south korea to the white house. but earlier, donald trump being anything but presidential. launching a harsh, personal attack on msnbc television host mika brzezinski, calling her low-iq, crazy mika, saying she and joe came to visit him at mar-a-lago and she was bleeding badly from a face-lift. i said no.
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the twitter outburst came after she criticized him on the show this morning. >> nothing makes a man feel better than a fake magazine cover. about himself and lying every day. >> reporter: it tipped off a bipartisan amount of condemnation. >> it's sexist. i don't know there is any question about it. >> what we're trying to do is improve the tone and civility and debate. this obviously doesn't do that. >> reporter: among the republicans condemning the president, the two senators who were seated right next to him at a meeting on health care this week, because he needs their votes. susan collins. >> it clearly was inappropriate and not something he should have done. it is beneath the dignity of the office. >> reporter: and fellow republican lisa murkowski who tweeted "stop it." the presidential platform should be used for more than bringing people down. the white house press briefing was almost entirely consumed with questions about the president's tweets.
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>> the president has been attacked mercilessly on personal accounts, by members on that program. i don't think that it's a surprise to anybody that he fights fire with fire. >> reporter: the episode would seem to put first lady melania trump in an awkward position. before the election, she said she would make combating cyber bullying as a cause as first lady. have you thought about what you would like to do as first lady. >> i would focus about social media in this 21st century. what's going on is very hurtful to children. to some adults as well. >> reporter: we asked the first lady's office about the president's tweets and got this response from her spokesperson, quote, as the first lady has stated publicly, when her husband gets attacked, he will punch back ten times harder. so no indication at this point that the first lady considers this an example of cyber bullying. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house.
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we're going to move on for right now. and a bill that would strip if i had federal money from so-called sanctuary cities has gone to the senate. kate's law was passed. it would increase bun punishments for people ret reentering the country illegally. 27 active large fires are burning in the west from washington to texas. firefighters had to battle new flames erupting in the hills east of los angeles last evening, including this one, threatening homes in malibu. northbound lanes of the pacific coast highway were shut down, backing up traffic for miles. fire officials say decreased winds and higher humidity are helping crews make progress with the other wildfires in the west. and cleanup is under way after more than two dozen tornados raced across four midwestern states. wisconsin was especially hard hit. the twisters toppled giant trees
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and sent them crashing into homes. they will stretch from oklahoma city north east ward to detroit, cleveland and syracuse. those areas can expect scattered hail and the possibility of tornados. we're learning that one of the texas police officers involved in a shootout is not expected to survive. the officers were on routine patrol in san antonio when they stopped to question two men. one of them immediately opened fire on the officers. the second cop is critically injured but expected to survive. the other is in custody. a woman who invested thousands of dollars with shkreli said he went to bust in under an hour. shkreli is accused of running an $11 million ponzi scheme. sarah hasaud said he e-mailed her one day saying she was up $135,000. 31 minutes later he sent a second e-mail saying the fund was out of cash and shutting down. it took more than a year before
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shkreli finally paid her in cash and stock that she eventually sold for a nearly $3 million profit. and a texas judge will not revoke bond for affluenza mom sonya couch. she wanted bond revoked. the judge advised her to use common sense as she's awaiting a trial for allegedly helping her son leave the country after he was behind the wheel in a deadly drunk driving crash. at his trial, he said wealth prevented him from having any sense of responsibility. a classical orchestra had to deal with an interesting audience member. a little rough. >> ruff crowd. >> yeah. >> it happened in turkey. during the concert, a labrador strolls onto the stage to join the musicians. they play on. the dog gets comfy. sits down and listens for a while. and as you can hear. the crowd absolutely loves it.
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>> apparently, the lab wasn't too impressed with the music. he eventually lets out a yawn, but he did keep his eyes open. i love how the musicians are still like on point. >> you can see the conductor at one point turns really quick to face the dog. the crowd starts to chuckle. and when the dog comes up to him, the violinist looks down and gives a little smirk and the whole crowd erupts in laughter. the dog probably thinking, can you people keep it down, i'm trying to listen to the orchestra. we're going to have more headlines when we come back, including the people that left the gym only to find their car in need of a lift itself. oh, wow. and later our special guest is heating things up this morning. jeff timmons from 98 degrees is here to show us moves from his vegas review. kendis is stretching, getting all prepared for a big striptease debut? ooh.
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so the driver of that car thought he had found the perfect, free parking spot for his early morning workout, but while he was in the gym, a sinkhole opened up and completely swallowed his car. that gaping hole measured 20 feet deep and 10 feet across. city officials still don't know what caused the collapse, but another reminder, folks, but it's not worth going to the gym. and police in buffalo are investigating a rather unusual burglary. two suspects went onto the roof of the sporting store, disconnected the wires to the lighting, smashed a window to get inside, and once inside, did
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they go for the cash? no, they scooped up fidget spinners. they caught the suspects, they were at their parents homes because they were two boys, age 11 and 12. it will be handled in family court. they were very determined. wow. and one woman from indiana is doing her part to boost the nation's birthrate. >> little waylon was born on may first, at a whopping 16 pounds and measuring 24 1/2 inches long. >> he was delivered by c section, probably not a huge surprise there, he is 17 pounds, 7 ounces, basically the size of an average 6 month old. >> the surprising thing is the new york giants are looking to draft him for next season. >> he's learning to ride a bike next week.
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>> little waylon, not quite. our special friday treatment we have royalty right here in the house. >> from crooning with 98 degrees to taking off his clothes with the men of the strip. jeff timmons is here for a light night, early morning hang session. >> are you going to take off your clothes? >> no. >> we're going to see if jeff can teach me to strip like some men of the strip. did i just say that? you're watching "world news now." put up all the decorations. i thought i got everything. almost everything! you know, 1 in 10 houses could get hit by a septic disaster, and a bill of up to $13,000. but for only $7 a month, rid-x is scientifically proven to break down waste, helping you avoid a septic disaster. rid-x. the #1 brand used by septic professionals in their own tanks.
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♪ it's the hardest thing i'll ever have to do ♪ ♪ to look you in the eye >> i think kendis is serenading me. but we have better right now. we are so excited around the studio this morning to have a very special friday fun day guest with us, and he's a man of many talents. >> he can sing and dance and knows how to put on one hell of a show, and lucky for us, he can stay up late. >> yes. ♪ honestly, could it be >> with hits like "because of you". ♪ it's all because of you >> and "cherish you". ♪ baby, i do, cherish you >> and this number one ballad.
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♪ it's the hardest thing i'll ever have to do ♪ >> it was hard to miss 98 degrees in the late '90s and 2000s, and it was jeff timmons who really turned up the heat. ♪ i said baby, i should have known by now ♪ >> clearly not skipping biceps day at the gym. >> jeff founded the group, uniting four ohio natives into one of the biggest-selling boy bands of all time, and then using his producer skills to reinvent the wheel in vegas, creating a male strip show unlike any others, with the men of the strip. ♪ i love it >> and since 2014, the male review show he produces and occasionally hosts, has been a top draw on the las vegas strip. ♪ i love it ♪ i don't care >> so let's bring him out right now, everyone welcome, producer and host of "men of the strip", jeff timmons. [cheers and applause] >> we're so excited to have you! >> good to see you.
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>> thank you for having me. >> i love it. >> we have so many questions. >> yes, yes, yes. >> men of the strip. kind of fitting that, i'll start with stripping. >> uh-huh. >> but men of the strip, right now you have something that's going on at hard rock live. >> that's right. hard rock live, not to be confused with the hard rock, it's right across in the t-mobile center, incredible. we finally found a home in vegas. it was hard for a long time. there's so much competition and competitive male reviews out there, but people recognize that ours is a little different. we use a lot of singing in it and great partners at hard rock. >> how do you go from boy band to strip review show? >> it's a pretty easy transition. it's pretty much the same fan base. >> this is true. >> and look, we consider ourselves sort of just a little bit of an edgier boy band. now i'm not in the show.
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i host the show. i leave the dancing and, you know, these guys also sing. they're amazing, i leave it up to the professionals, and, you know, we've had a good turnout so far. >> it is a male review. so they're singing a lot of boy band hits and songs. they do take some of their clothes off, but not all. >> they don't take all of their clothes off. >> what? >> you'd be surprised how people are in the audience. it's just edgy enough for that vegas night out, that sort of, you know, sort of uninhibited pleasure and also infusing the '90s stuff. >> i know you don't do the stripping, but i'm sure you've picked up a few things by watching it over and over again, so i thought it would be educational if you would show kendis a few moves. >> i'm out. >> so i watch these guys, and i'm sure the choreographer. we have a world-renowned choreographer who's worked with michael jackson and pink and usher. he choreographs the guys. if he saw my dance moves, i
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think he'd be a little disappointed. >> that's okay. it's the middle of the night, he's probably not watching. >> i'm going to show you a variation of a 98 degrees move. i hope i don't butcher. this is pony. bum, bum, bum, bum, bum, bum, bop, bop. >> oh, i can do it. >> bum, bum, bum, bum, bum, bum, bum, bum, bop, bop, then smack. boom, boom. >> oh, there's a smack part. >> then you come over here and you go. >> oh, now we're talkin'! now we're talkin'. >> you don't need any help. >> this is actually more money than i made all year. >> just going, you didn't know this. >> this is more money than i've made all year. >> you should put in at abc. >> you don't know this, but my pants actually rip off. >> i think you might have seen one of these shows before. in fact, we're going to have guest hosts after i leave and it transitions into a full-time
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show. we will have guest hosts and you should consider coming in and doing it for us. >> for someone who has no idea what a male review is, you blended your boy band background with this striptease idea, how did that come together. >> i hosted another show, chippendales. a legendary brand. i was reluctant to do it. my wife is like go see the show. it's a vegas show. those guys are fantastic. the turnout was fantastic when i went to vegas, and they asked us to stay longer and say longer, and i was like, let's do another version, not that the chippendales aren't cool, but let's infuse boy band stuff, music and dancing. >> now you get boy band fans, right? >> it's pretty much all boy band fans. >> you know what i'm looking forward to, round two. >> get the pony stuff going. >> earn it, earn it. >> what's this pony.
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what's this pokey pony? s pokey pony?
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♪ you're my sunshine after the rain ♪ ♪ you're the cure >> that was a really good commercial break, guys. >> it started off with us getting the dollar and somehow diane ended up with that. >> yeah. >> we were watching "because of you" music video, which is amazing, you guys have all seen the music video for "because of you". >> golden gate bridge. >> you're up there. >> i wasn't doing any of that. if you get a sneak peek of the video, you have to look it up online, i'm holding on for dear life at one point. i'm so scared that my head's down, and i'm like, i was petrified. we were really on top of the bridge. there was no cgi involved. >> there's one point --
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>> is there a beyonce fan? >> no, that's the real wind. that's us holding on. we may blow over. >> it looks like you weren't looking the right way. >> it was really hard to keep track of everything. i think the director who is amazing, i think he kind of pulled some strings to get us up there. >> awesome. >> it's polka time. >> we do this every friday? >> very special polka. ♪ politics and foreign wars ♪ all the weather, all the scores ♪ ♪ that's world news polka ♪ if you are an insomniac ♪ and a good night's sleep you lack ♪ ♪ this is the world new the polka ♪ ♪ if you're wide awake ♪ and you're not wearing pants ♪ grab your world news mug ♪ and everybody dance ♪ wow ♪ have some fun ♪ be a pal, ♪ every anchor guy and gal ♪ that's the world news polka
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this morning on "world news now." president trump scaled back version of the travel ban has taken effect after a prolonged legal battle. and already there's one legal challenge. we'll have the latest. and the president sparking condemnation with a pair of tweets about the hosts of "morning joe." the white house comes to his defense. and new this half hour in "the skinny," jay-z's apology to beyonce. >> his album has now dropped. and we now know that 444 is more than just the name of his new album. but first, our boy band karaoke. forget about jay-z. jeff from 98 degrees is in the house with a couple of potential
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recruits. kendis and i are going to grab the mic without drinks and belt it out. we'll say who taking home the karaoke crown on this friday, june 30th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> going down, gibson. >> you have no idea the chops that i have. he will decide who is the better karaoke, karaoker? and we'll do it sober. >> that will be a first. let's start with the president's travel ban. it is aimed at six mostly muslim nations and it took effect hours ago. and already there's a challenge. >> that challenge is from the state of hawaii looking for clarification of who can be excluded from entering the u.s. and there are also questions this morning about how many people this ban will actually affect. here's maggie rulli. >> reporter: president trump's travel ban is now in effect. anyone from the six muslim majority countries can no longer
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enter the u.s. unless they meet certain requirements. >> american public could have legitimate concerns about their safety when we open our doors. >> reporter: the airports remain calm, quite a different scene from last january. when the president's initial executive order caught travelers off guard, leaving many stranded. under the new guide line, if someone from a restricted country wants a visa, they have to prove a bona fide relationship to someone in the u.s. the administration describes that as a parent, spouse, child, son or daughter-in-law or siblings. >> it's frustrating to know that the federal government can redefine the concept of family. >> reporter: rama issa plans to get married this fall but worries whether her family in syria will be allowed to come to her wedding. >> i was raised by my grandparents. the idea that i wouldn't be able to have them at my wedding is heartbreaking.
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>> reporter: the definition of a bona fide relationship continues to change. diane and kendis, hawaii has already challenged the new ban, demanding to clarify exactly what counts as a close relationship. >> all right, maggie, thanks. president trump is sparking bipartisan condemnation and fresh calls for civility after a crude twitter rant against two news anchor. the president attacked mika brzezinski, claiming she has a low iq and that when he saw her at the mar-a-lago resort she was bleeding from a face-lift. he also attacked joe scarborough. it was of prompted by brzezinski's criticism of the white house. >> it clearly was inappropriate and not something that he should have done. it is beneath the dignity of the office. >> i think that the president has been attacked mercilessly by members of that program.
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and i think he has been very clear that when he gets attacked, he's going to hit back. >> before the election, first lady melania trump vowed to fight cyber bullying, but yesterday her spokesperson said this, when her husband gets attacked, he will punch back ten times harder. north korea is high on the agenda, i should say, as the president meets again with south korea's new leader. president moon jae in dined with the first family at the white house last night. president trump later tweeted that it was a very good meeting in which they also discussed a new trade deal. moon pledged to stand firmly with the president to see that north korea's nuclear program is dismantled. the white house is also taking action by putting pressure on china to rein in north korea. they black listed a small chinese bank, cutting off access to financial programs. they are accused of laundering money to north korea for nuclear and ballistic missile systems. and tampa authorities are still trying to figure out the
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cause of a deadly power plant explosion. two workers were dead, four others suffered critical injuries. crews were performing routine maintenance on a tank at the time of the explosion. waste could reach up to 1,000 degrees. and a deadly accident involving venus williams. she blamed for a collision three weeks ago near her home that ended up killing a78 year old passenger in the other car. so far she has not been charged or issued a citation, she expresses her deepest condolences to the victim's family. wild fires are still burning in the west. new brush fires broke out in the hills east of los angeles. this one threatening homes in malibu. now fire crews are getting some help from decreased winds and higher humidity, but it's still
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very slow going, justin povick joins us. he has more on the conditions. good morning, justin. >> thanks and good morning to you. as we go throughout the daytime hours and right into the weekend, fire danger concerns continue out west over the interior where it's locally breezy. hot temperatures will be dry. and low relative humidity values. severe weather, more so for today and into tonight throughout portions of the great lakes and into the south plains. here there could be isolated tornados. kendis? diane? >> our thanks to justin there. and devastating predictions about the economic hardships from climate change. in a groundbreaking new study, scientists find that the poorest counties in the south will suffer the greatest effects from global warming. >> researchers say those spots will lose about 13% of income, while richer counties would only
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lose about 1%. and a record number of americans are expected to hit the road on this fourth of july holiday weekend. >> and the state of oklahoma is trying to inject a little humor into its calls for road safety. so the oklahoma department of transportation tweeted out an image of one of its road signs as it throws serious sass, warning them about the dangers of reckless drive. >> some creative reads -- don't make me tell your father. you're no speed mcqueen. >> they could do some better ones, but at least they're trying. >> we've got a challenge. throwing down the gauntlet. you let us know what your road sign should be. >> exactly. let us know on facebook. coming up on "the skinny," the overnight bombshell from jay-z. >> the rap star's new album is out and everyone is talking about lyrics meant for his wife. question is, what's he apologizing for? and also ahead, diane thinks she can beat me in a singing competition.
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she can be so wrong sometimes. so we brought back jeff from 98 degrees to help us out on a couple of numbers. first, let's take a look at the temperatures. it's got to be 98 degrees somewhere today. "world news now" weather, brought to you by lysol. you don't even want to know protection detergent alone doesn't kill bacteria but adding new lysol laundry sanitizer kills 99.9% of bacteria with 0% bleach. lysol. what it takes to protect.
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you're looking at a dramatic car chase that started in louisville, kentucky yesterday. it led police down a series of city and country roads. the suspect managed to go across a field even with deflated tires. after running over a police spike strip. he was finally cornered and caught. he is wanted in a string of purse snatchings at area gas stations. a man and his two daughters are now in the hands of rescuers who are leading them out of a mexican canyon where they've been stranded since last saturday. the family had set out on a hiking trip in devil's peak and got lost in baja, california.
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a helicopter found the family on tuesday, and a ground team finally reached them on wednesday evening. they'd already run out of food, water and insulin for the father. >> they got him stabilized with electrolytes, insulin and food and water. it's going well, but it's going slow. he's getting fatigued as he goes, and they're just stopping and letting him rest. >> the family's still trying to make their way out of the canyon this morning. a medical team is waiting for them to arrive at the base camp. while cases have dropped sharply from last year's peak, zika has not disappeared from latin america and the caribbean. they are urging women who are pregnant or trying to conceive not to let their guard down. a quick-thinking good samaritan in knoxville, tennessee is praised for saving a baby deer. rob hersch saw a fawn struggling
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in the ft. louden lake. they spotted what they thought was a log in the water. he wrapped the fawn in a life jacket and pulled it to safety. >> i wonder how he got in the middle of the pond. >> the rescuer's name is hersh, which is german for "deer." >> oh, how about that. coming up, the moment you have been waiting for, karaoke battle, me and this guy. >> i drink your milk shake. >> and we're going to be helped out. >> jeff timmons is already here disco ball in the background. he's got the guns out. >> do you have your earplugs in for kendis's singing? >> i'm ready to go. let's go. >> you will be so impressed. >> sign me up. >> we'll be back. d. >> sign my up. >> we'll be back. up. >> we'll be back. e up.
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>> we'll be back.
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♪ you are my everything >> yeah. >> this is the one my daughter was in. >> my baby. >> i didn't know that was your daughter! we're learning all kinds of new things about you. jeff timmons is here, he's been hanging out with us all morning. >> last half hour, you were treated to some of the incredible moves from his las vegas review. "men of the strip." look at those. >> smack. >> unfortunately, i was -- i was doing one of them. the dollars are coming out. look at that. in the other half hour. >> so we of course know jeff from his days of breaking hearts in 98 degrees.
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and we couldn't let the lachey brothers get here in time or justin, but we're stepping in. since we didn't have the rest of the band here with you. >> i feel confident. >> our karaoke lounge. a crowd, a team for jeff, a karaoke duet. >> shall we -- >> let's go. >> ready? music please? ♪ >> a real pro could go without music. >> that's right. ♪ could it be you and me ♪ like it was before ♪ could it be you and me ♪ like it was before ♪ neither less or more ♪ cause when i close my eyes ♪ at night i realize ♪ that no one else ♪ could ever take your place ♪ i still can feel ♪ and it's so unreal ♪ when you're touchin' me ♪ kissin' endlessly ♪ it's just a place in the sun ♪ where our lives begun
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♪ i miss you ♪ yes i miss you oh, baby ♪ you're my sunshine after the rain ♪ ♪ you're the cure against my fear and my pain ♪ >> are your ears bleeding? ♪ because i'm losin' my mind when you're not around ♪ ♪ it's all ♪ it's all because of you >> perfect! >> woo! >> that was good. >> that was amazing. >> you are hired. >> that was average. >> all right. >> hired? >> you're hired. >> yes! take that, gibson. >> i kind of feel like she started out slow and tapered off. >> take that, gibson! >> what do you think, crowd? [cheers and applause] >> applause. applausometer. >> are you ready to be impressed? let's do it. shall we? ♪ >> this is a tough one. >> yeah.
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>> oh, wow. he's is startin' to, he's getting emotional. >> yeah. ♪ i do parenthesis ♪ cherish you parenthesis ♪ for the rest of my life ♪ ♪ you don't have to think twice ♪ ♪ i will love you sill ♪ from the depths of my soul ♪ it's beyond my control ♪ i've waited so long >> thank the lord. ♪ to say this to you >> no, no. ♪ if you ask me, do i love you this much ♪ >> you do. >> no, we don't, we don't. ♪ we do >> we don't, we don't. [ applause ] >> yes, yes, yes. i'll pay you later. >> you don't have to do that. you don't, okay? >> yes. >> i love it. >> all right, so. >> you have to pick, who do you want to perform with?
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>> i mean, come on. >> who's better? >> let's do it apollo style. you guys make noise for the one. first, let's go with diane, make some noise. [cheers and applause] >> put on your megaphone. >> and second, kendis? >> boo, boo, boo, boo. >> we have a tie. >> come on. >> it's going to be three of us? >> let's sing it out. ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, >> oh, man. ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh. >> this is the wrong group! ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ the right stuff ♪ first time was a great time ♪ second time was a blast
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♪ third time now i hope it lasts ♪ ♪ i can see it in your walk ♪ i can tell the way you talk ♪ i can see it in everything you do ♪ ♪ hear it in your thoughts ♪ you got the right stuff ♪ baby >> oh! the bridge! the bridge! >> who cued this music? ♪ all i needed was you >> it's a kendis solo. ♪ oh, girl, so right ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, >> you know this part. >> everybody, come on, you know the moves. ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ the right stuff ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ the right stuff ♪ first kiss was a sweet kiss ♪ second kiss had a twist >> you were awesome. >> you have the right stuff, my friend.
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olay eyes. ageless. ♪ >> this is it? >> that's right. we have a little jay-z coming in. we have a special skinny for you with jeff timmons from 98 degrees. >> we're hearing now, jay z released his anticipated album, "444 ", and there's a particular song already getting buzz. >> i heard about this. you guys teased about it earlier. is it a makeup song or something like that? what's the deal with that? >> he's hoping it will be a makeup song. the title song appears to be a 4:44 apology expressing his regret for cheating in a hypothetical relationship. >> with a hypothetical person with a good hair? >> infidelity rumors swirled
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last year when beyonce released a song "sorry i ain't sorry." and it ended with a witch hunt. this new album adds more fuel to the fire. who do you think becky with the good hair is? >> i don't know. it's got to be somebody special. if you're going to have infidelity on somebody like beyonce, it's got to be amazing. >> it's got to be class-a weave, indian style. >> what's the 444 reference? >> because it's 4:44. and four is an important number for beyonce and jay z. >> he took a long time to apologize. but he's going to have to keep it going for about four years. >> four lifetimes. next, something you might be interested in for hard rock live. we're talking about the best soccer player in the world. >> besides cristiano ronaldo. >> messi. and then there's other guy, christine? >> he is officially off the market, sorry to say.
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he's tying the night with childhood sweetheart in their native argentina. >> this guy, this lame old guy, cristiano ronaldo. >> what is he doing, photo shopping pool pictures? what's going on? >> everybody's going to face tune. portuguese super star, looking rather out of shape these days. would it kill him to have a salad once in a while? >> i would love to see him perform in your show, jeff. >> i don't think he's affordable. >> we do want to say congratulations to cristiano. he is the father of twins. how cool is that? more beautiful babies to grace this world. >> but he's not married. >> more beautiful portuguese babies. >> i'm just going to let that go. thank you for hanging out with us. i can't wait to see you perform your show and some songs with you.
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making news in america this morning, new fallout from the president's twitter attack aimed at cable tv hosts. how the white house is defending the message and how lawmakers are condemning the tweets as the hosts delay their vacation to respond. we're live in washington. overnight the new travel ban goes into effect. one state already filing a court challenge. what it all means for travelers. a police shoot-out broadcast live. see the suspect take to facebook during the encounter with officers. and a scary sight for an 11-year-old. a large animal crashing into his bedroom while he slept. >> it's hard to explain, but it sounds almost like a cannon bursts through and hit like straight past my ear. >> the smashed out window claw marks on the wall and the amazing story this kid has to tell.

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