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good morning, america. president trump doubles down on his attack on the media tweeting this wwe clip. >> what's going to happen? >> outrage from members of his own party saying he's demeaning the office of the presidency. others saying it could incite violence. >> the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house but i'm president, and they're not. >> as he keeps up the fight, the president calling himself modern day presidential. weather alert. more than 200 severe storm reports from the plains to the northeast. four tornadoes touching down in maine as 28 wildfires scorching the west right now. evacuations happening in arizona as triple-digit heat hits the southwest and more storms in the forecast. fiery escape.
a passenger jet's engine catching fire moments after landing. >> we got a crj on fire. >> flames shooting out of the plane's engine. panicked passengers fleeing onto the tarmac. the investigation under way this morning. and time for tennis. wimbledon is under way right now. the top players out on the court and princess kate in the stands. venus williams playing her first match since that deadly car accident. the grand slam swinging our way into summer. good morning, america. happy july 4th eve. happy to have dan. let's take another look at that famous face, princess kate greeting the ball boys there. much more on her trip to wimbledon later in the broadcast. meanwhile, a look at what's
happening in washington. president trump and the first family back from a weekend in bedminster, new jersey. on sunday, the president spoke with the leaders of china and japan about the ongoing tensions with north korea and this week, a big meeting, president trump is going to meet for the first time with the russian president vladimir putin at the g20 summit in europe and senate majority leader mitch mcconnell responding now to the president's call for obamacare to be repealed even without a replacement health care deal in place. mcconnell saying he will push forward with the current plan to repeal and replace simultaneously. and we begin this morning with the president pouncing on the media. president trump tweeting out this video over the weekend showing him in an old wwe clip, but in this version you can see he is body slamming cnn. abc's david kerley at the white house with much more on that. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, amy. this morning, the president is being roundly criticized in a bipartisan matter for that tweet and the video amping up his battle with the media and all this going on as his republican colleagues are trying to change health care and sell it back home. the official presidential tweet is an old wrestling video
takedown with businessman trump. doctored with the cnn logo covering the face of his victim. one face of the media pummeled in the world of fake wrestling. outrage even from republicans immediately. >> the president of the united states is inciting violence against the free press. >> reporter: but the president defended by his homeland security adviser who saw this for the first time on "this week." >> you're in charge of homeland security there. that seems like a threat. >> yeah, certainly not, though. i think that no one would perceive that as a threat. i hope they don't. >> reporter: elected republicans quickly denouncing the president's attack on journalists and the first amendment. >> this is the fourth of july weekend. the declaration of independence is pretty darn clear about this. >> that's ridiculous. everybody is flabbergasted. he ought to stop doing it. >> reporter: but hours earlier, mr. trump marking his first fourth of july as president escalated his war of words about those who write about him. >> the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i'm president and
they're not. >> reporter: the president in another tweet calling his comments modern day presidential. this just the latest. days ago calling cable news hosts joe scarborough and mika brzezinski crazy and dumb as a rock. >> he has once again shown the world that he can be played. he can be tweaked. >> reporter: cnn the subject of the altered video said in a statement the president is involved in, quote, juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office. the president remains in new jersey this morning. he returns here to the white house this afternoon. he has not tweeted this morning and, dan, as we mentioned earlier, very big week. the president to travel to the big meeting to meet with vladimir putin. >> so many people going to be watching that very closely. david kerley at the white house, thank you very much. for much more on all of this, let's bring in abc's cokie roberts and matt dowd. good morning to both of you. >> good morning.
we're glad to see you there, dan and -- >> happy fourth. >> so let me start with you, cokie. some defenders of this video are saying, look, this was clearly a joke and self-important journalists are taking it too seriously, what is your take? >> you know, i'd prefer not to talk about the president's tweets at all. i think that he's trying to distract us with sort of bright, shiny objects from his failed programs. but the fact is that this one we really do have to talk about. it is appalling. first of all, i didn't know about the original wwe thing, which is pretty appalling in itself. but, you know, we are in a time when somebody goes to a ball field and shoots people just because they're republicans. not an individual as assassins normally did but just because they're republicans. we could easily be at a time where somebody decides to shoot people just because they're journalists and that's really scary. >> matt, aren't we watching a familiar ritual play out here? the president does or says something provocative, an establishment of media voices
outraged, and, meanwhile, the president's base either shrugs it off or cheers him on. is this any different to your mind? >> well, you're right. the president continues to do things that are very provocative and beneath the office. i mean, i think it has had a dramatic effect since inauguration day. if you think about the president, he got 46% of the vote. today his job approval rating is 37%, which means there's been a deterioration of people that support him but more importantly, for the president politically, more -- almost 50% of the country strongly disapproves now of this president and much of that rise has been his own self-inflicted wounds over the course of his presidency. >> cokie -- >> now, of course, a huge part of the country also disapproves of the media and he has been very successful in ginning that up. >> you said before it's a bright, shiny object to distract us. did you think -- you see a real strategy here? >> yes, i absolutely do.
the president tweets and we talk about it. instead of talking about the fact that health care can't get through, the tax reform isn't happening and that the president is going off to this g20 summit where he is going to meet with vladimir putin and what about russia and russia's influence on our election? we're not talking about those things. we're talking about the president's tweets. >> well, let's talk about that, matt. this meeting with putin coming up in just days. what are the stakes here for president trump, given all of the ongoing investigations and given the fact as we pointed out over the weekend here on "gma," that he said tough things about many of the world's leaders but not about putin? >> i don't remember the president putting out a wwe video related to vladimir putin or attacking vladimir putin in the course of this. he's attacked the press and it's unbelievable over the fourth of july more than he's attacked
russia and vladimir putin in this. i'll disagree with cokie which i hesitate to do on one thing. i think -- i think this is a distraction, but just like if somebody swims naked in the river in my backyard, it's a distraction but it doesn't mean it's a strategy. yes, he's distracting this and there's big issues to face but this is a guy who has impulse control problems and not somebody that is strategic about this. he does these things then everybody else has to clean up the mess. >> so somebody has clearly been swimming naked in your backyard, matt, because i don't know where else you would have pulled that metaphor out of. thank you very much, cokie, matt, really appreciate it. thank you very much. we do have one other political note this morning. there are pictures making waves on social media right now. here they are. new jersey governor chris christie, a prominent trump ally, seemed to enjoy a beach he had just closed to the public. a budget standoff has forced the shutdown of state beaches during the holiday weekend. the governor is seen with his family and friends. nobody else is there. later he was asked if he had
gotten any sun and he said no, then these pictures came out and the spokesman said he was on the beach but he didn't get any sun because he was wearing a hat. amy. >> all right, well, weather is also making news speaking of sunshine and wearing hats and we have severe weather that's actually affecting so many people. some dangerous wildfires and many are still not contained at this hour. ginger has the latest on that. ginger, good morning. >> amy, i want to start with the impressive pictures from maine over the weekend. can you see this waterspout forming over a lake and then becoming one of four tornadoes that they saw in maine. that doubles their annual average number of tornadoes. i want to show you what else happened. the damage there, up to 80-mile-per-hour winds in oklahoma. today more severe weather threat. you can see along that cold front, ohio, western pennsylvania, but the bulk of it and the most severe would happen in western oklahoma and kansas. then those wildfires, at least 30 of them burning across the west, many of them in arizona, one of them forcing evacuations this morning. just east of tucson, tucson had
its hottest june on record and look at this. as i was flying back from new zealand that picture of the brian head fire, more than 60,000 acres burned in utah. dan. >> ginger, thank you. she had a big trip to new zealand, excited to hear more about that. we're going to move now to iraq, where u.s.-backed iraqi forces are winning the battle to retake the major city of mosul from isis in what would be a major blow to that terrorist group and abc's ian pannell who has spent years reporting from war zones around the world, joins "gma" for the first time from the front lines. ian. >> reporter: dan, as you can probably see the battle for this city is still raging. but that hasn't stopped iraqi troops from holding a victory parade this morning. they say they'll recapture the city in just 48 hours. but winning the battle for mosul and defeating isis are two very different things. three years since isis took over the city, the center of its power in iraq now finally victory is at hand. just 100 or so isis fighters
left pinned down in the old city. but fighting to the death. the people of mosul didn't choose this war and they've paid a heavy price for it. hundreds possibly thousands killed. countless wounded. and made homeless. we watched dozens escape from isis limping to safety. and an uncertain future. even so, iraqi troops held a victory parade today. the government's planning a week of celebrations. and the president's also touting victory saying there's new urgency in the fight. >> but i want to tell you isis, a whole different ball game, folks. they're going fast. >> reporter: however, once the militants are driven out of here, the united states and its allies still face potential threats from isis. don't forget the militants have created franchises in other countries and they've managed to agitate and recruit online. inspiring the kind of attacks we've seen from san bernardino to london. amy. >> all right, ian, thank you.
and now to that fatal road rage incident that happened in pennsylvania. it left a teenage girl dead and the suspect is now behind bars after turning himself in. abc's diane macedo is here with those details. good morning, diane. >> reporter: amy, good morning. bianca roberson's family was in tears as prosecutors announced the man accused of killing her is behind bars. now, roberson was preparing for her freshman year at college when police say she was gunned down over a traffic merge and prosecutors now say this was calculated. the alleged road rage killer accused of gunning down a teenager on a highway outside philadelphia is behind bars. >> this is the story of a savage and senseless murder. >> reporter: a massive three-day manhunt for 18-year-old bianca roberson's killer came to an end early sunday morning when authorities say 28-year-old david desper turned himself in and was charged with first degree murder. >> somebody didn't want her to merge into a lane of traffic and because of that a young woman is dead today.
>> reporter: this picture from a highway traffic camera shows bianca roberson's car and a red pickup truck jockeying for position as they merged in traffic. that's when police say desper took out his handgun and shot the recent high school graduate in the head. investigators released video surveillance collected from homes and businesses nearby. it shows a red truck driving away from the scene. police say they located that truck after desper surrendered and they also searched the suspect's home where they discovered the handgun allegedly used to kill roberson. now, police say this is not a hate crime, simply an act of road rage. desper is now being held out -- without bail. as for the family, dan, they say the arrest hasn't eased their pain. bianca was just days away from attending her college orientation. >> what a disaster for that family. thank you very much. we're going to turn now to colorado, where a flight landing at denver's airport erupted in flames and all the passengers
got out safely but now, of course, there are questions about what caused this fire and abc's gio benitez is right here with the story. gio, good morning to you. >> reporter: the fire starting just as this commercial jet landed on the tarmac causing chaos and panic and when you see this video, it's simply incredible that nobody was hurt. take a look at this frightening video. flames shooting out of a commercial jet's engine sunday. >> it's 5869. we're observing flames from here. >> tower, i see 4751. they've got a crj on fire. >> oh, my god. there is actually a fire. >> reporter: ryon, 1 of the 59 passengers forced to file onto the tarmac. >> they were urging others to move quickly, keep moving. >> reporter: the united express flight operated by skywest from aspen had just landed in denver when the engine seen here caught fire. >> it's not a brake fire at all. he's dumping fire out of the apu compartment of the engine. >> reporter: one woman snapping this photo moments after being evacuated with her young family. the five dozen passengers gazing at the scene as firefighters rush in dousing the flames.
and skywest telling us this morning all of those passengers deplaned safely thank goodness but no doubt the investigation is just beginning into what caused that fire in the first place. dan, amy. >> not what you want when you take a trip. gio, thank you very much. >> thanks, gio. now to those bear attacks in alaska. six of them in just the past two weeks, including one where this young boy single-handedly saved his family from a charging bear. abc's matt gutman has nose -- those details for us. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, amy. two of those attacks you just mentioned have been deadly. that boy just 12 years old may have saved his family and himself from adding to that statistic as the brown bear barreled through two of elliott clark's family members. elliott was faced to snout with the bear but the kid stopped the bear with his shotgun. this morning, 12-year-old elliott clark is being called a hero for rescuing his family from a heart-stopping attack by an enormous brown bear. clark and his family were on a fishing trip outside juneau two weeks ago when the massive beast
charged slamming into his uncle and grandfather. the preteen's fight or flight instincts kicking in, firing his shotgun at the animal wounding it, he and his uncle then killing it. and last week in anchorage, another young boy got a rude and terrifying awakening. >> it sound like a cannon burst through and hit straight past my ear. >> reporter: a black bear crashing through this 11-year-old's window in the middle of the night. >> i shot up, i screamed. i turned on my light and run. >> reporter: his mom said sleeping below the shattered window zach survived without a scratch, though the wild intruder did leave behind these deep gouges in his bedroom wall. these clashes with nature part of what appears to be a spike in bear encounters across alaska. six just in the past two weeks, two of those attacks deadly. including one in which a 16-year-old boy was killed by a bear while running in a popular race. >> he said there's a bear and from the sounds on the phone it appeared that an attack was
taking place right then. >> reporter: now, two fatalities in two weeks is incredibly unusual. there have been only six fatalities in the previous 130 years, so what's going on? wildlife officials say it could be a combination of increasing human outdoor activity in alaska, higher population in alaska, coupled with mild winters there which have apparently increased the bear population. so more bears, more people. unfortunately equals more interactions. amy. >> thanks so much. i just got back from alaska and that's what everyone was talking about. we did a couple of excursions in the woods and everybody had bear spray with them and strict instructions to follow -- just to avoid any possible conflict but it's scary out there sometimes. >> it's beautiful there but you have to be careful. let's get it over to ginger yet again and take a look at the national forecast. >> yeah, we thought why not. a lot of people still traveling and especially if you're hitting
the roads i-95 up along the southeast that's a place that could be wet as you go through your fourth of july itself. along 40 and into parts of minnesota and wisconsin, along 80, so just something to look forward to or not. we have got your local forecast in 30 seconds. good morning. i i am mike nicco. clouds return tonight. fog a little drizzle near the coast. cool in the 50s. subtle changes most of the week. a look at what's going on with temperatures today. 50s at the coast, 60s in san
francisco. 70s around the bay. 80s inland. drizzle near the coast tonight. most of us cloudy. 52 to 58. accuweather 7-day forecast. more of the same for independence day. slightly warmer this weekend >> nearly skiing on the fourth of july. that's what they were doing at squaw valley. look at this. or just south of tahoe. yeah. that doesn't look so bad. i'll have that forecast and yours for the fourth of july coming up. >> can't wait, ginger. thank you. coming up next here on "gma," the suspect in the disappearance of a college student. the stunning evidence investigators found on his phone that ultimately led to his arrest. and the promoter of that luxury or supposedly luxury concert festival debacle now facing 20 years in prison. why he is under arrest. s in prison. why he is under arrest. 's cool. feeling good in slim fit? that's cool. looking fabulous in my little black dress? that's cool.
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evacuations and that intense heat keeps hitting the southwest with triple digits in the forecast and hundreds of severe storm warnings, from the plains to the northeast meanwhile, so it's a busy weather weekend. >> it is indeed, but we begin this half hour, with the disappearance of that young scholar studying at the university of illinois. a former student from that same university is now in custody and due in court today and abc's alex perez is in chicago with all of the latest on that. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy. investigators say it was a forensic search of the suspect's cell phone that helped them crack this case. this morning, brendt christensen, a former university of illinois grad student set to appear in federal court charged with the kidnapping of 26-year-old yingying zhang, a visiting scholar from china. the surveillance video from june 9th capturing the last time zhang was seen alive, apparently getting into christensen's car whom she did not know. investigators believe she accepted the ride because she was running late for an appointment and had just missed the city bus. according to a criminal
complaint, after first saying he did not recall his whereabouts on the day zhang disappeared, the fbi says christensen later told them he offered her a ride but let her out after she became panicked when he said he made a wrong turn. >> everybody is stunned. i've gotten many, many e-mails from graduate students and faculty expressing disbelief and complete surprise. >> reporter: law enforcement say after searching christensen's phone they discovered he had recently visited a web forum called abduction 101 containing the subthreads perfect abduction fantasy and planning a kidnapping. the fbi allegedly capturing him on audio surveillance explaining how he kidnapped zhang, brought her back to his apartment, and otherwise held her against her will. >> the entire family is very, very devastated. >> reporter: investigators have not yet found the graduate student's body. her family and friends distraught. >> very devastating just because
everyone was really trying to spread awareness of what happened and trying to get her found. >> reporter: and the local newspaper is reporting the suspect even attended a vigil for zhang after she was reported missing. investigators are now following up on this case and trying to get whatever information possible. we're going to send it back to you, amy. >> incredibly disturbing and so sad, alex. let's bring in former fbi former agent and abc news consultant brad garrett for more. we just heard alex reporting there that there are reports the suspect may have attended a vigil for the victim. how unusual is that? >> not unusual at all, amy. in fact, suspects attend funerals, they actually go on searches of people they have killed, and so the idea that he would go to a wake memorial gathering of hers just does not surprise me. >> and brad, not surprising at all, i mean police moved very quickly in this and they were able to get their suspect extremely quick. >> lucky because he was driving the car that there's a low volume type car in his particular community.
they identified the car, went to him. he actually gave them consent to search and did a voluntary interview initially. and then they captured this video that alex talked about where he apparently admitted abducting her so, the real key is where is she and hopefully they're on the trail to finding her. >> certainly the family hoping for that answer, indeed. a lot of evidence as you mentioned, the surveillance video, and this audio that describes him holding her against her will. >> think about the websites that he was going to, amy, about fantasy abductions, kidnappings. this kid must have been into some real bizarre fetish stuff i would assume based on the website he went to so who knows where this is going to lead as far as what was his real motivation. >> again, an incredibly disturbing story. we hope her family gets the answers that they need to know at this point in time. brad garrett, thanks for joining us. dan. >> thank you.
now to the fallout from the fyre festival. it was supposed to be a glamorous, luxurious caribbean concert getaway and now the event's co-founder has been arrested and could face 20 years in prison. nick watt has the story. >> reporter: good morning, dan. there was a real promise here of unprecedented opulence. this would be a music festival like no other. it was a music festival like no other but not in a good way and as you say, the public face of this festival fiasco could now be looking at 20 years. behind bars. this morning, billy mcfarland, the co-founder of the failed fyre festival is feeling the heat, charged with wire fraud in federal court in connection with his music festival gone wrong. >> the actual experience exceeds all expectations. >> reporter: 25-year-old mcfarland created the event with rapper ja rule who has not been charged promising concertgoers a lavish one-of-a-kind event with performances from bands like blink-182 on the beautiful
island of exuma in the bahamas. while celebrities like supermodel bella hadid were hired to appear in this promotional video, along with kendall jenner who also promoted the festival to her 82 million instagram followers. >> it was basically the exact opposite of everything we were promised. >> reporter: the event a full-fledged fiasco for people who paid thousands to attend. >> there was no showers. there was no bathrooms. there was no like running water. >> reporter: at the time mcfarland blaming a storm for the utter chaos. >> a big storm came through and busted our water systems. it affected half of the housing tents. >> reporter: leaving mobs of millennials enraged. >> they basically abducted us. >> reporter: now investigators allege that festival attendees weren't the only ones duped. in court documents prosecutors say mcfarland perpetrated a scheme to defraud at least two individuals in an effort to secure a $1.2 million investment
in his company. according to the u.s. attorney's office, mcfarland allegedly sent fake documents claiming the company made millions in revenue from 2016 to 2017 when he only earned less than $60,000. mcfar jland's attorney telling abc news he is hardly the villain the government portrays him to be. now, he was released on saturday on $300,000 bail. he claims he is broke. he has apparently moved back in with his parents. he is due back in court at the end of the month and, dan, he hasn't yet entered a plea. >> at this point he will be lucky to continue living with his parents. >> that's exactly right. >> thanks, nick. coming up next here, with millions of americans at pools for the holiday, toddlers in danger of falling in. we'll tell you what to do to save lives. lives. the opioid my doctor pred for my chronic back pain backed me up-big time. before movantik, i tried to treat it myself. spent time, money.
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>> they was playing and he must have jumped in the pool behind him. >> reporter: in phoenix overnight, a 2 1/2-year-old girl died. nationwide each year 350 children under the age of 5 drown in swimming pool, most in backyard pools between the months of june and august, and according to a recent study, drowning is a leading cause of death for children under 14. 88% of them happen even with a parent present. >> they have to degree designate a water watcher. supervision is one of the key critical elms when it comes to having safer water, especially in residential pools. someone who is of a proper age who will not be distracted. >> reporter: the experts warn us not to rely on foam noodles or water wings because they're really no substitute for a real life jacket. put all the toys away so the kids aren't tempted to grab something and jump in the water. be prepared, experts tell us. learn life-saving skills like cpr, consider putting a fence around the pool and require every kid to wear a life jacket. for "good morning america,"
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>> yes, on friday screen legend olivia de havilland hitting production with a lawsuit over her portrayal by oscar winner catherine zeta-jones claiming it paints her in a false light. take a look. >> the 1963 oscars, i have to say that's when things took such an ugly turn. not that everything was sunshine and lollipops up until then, but it was the academy awards that year when it became the point of no return for both bette and joan. >> all right, so, let's bring in insiders, "complex" magazine's alex gale is here at the table. good morning. alex. also joining us is legal analyst areva martin in los angeles. let me start with you. olivia de havilland is a two-time oscar winner. she's famous for movies like "gone with the wind." what can you tell us about this lawsuit? >> first of all, she says that scene that we just watched never happened. and that other scenes in the
series never happened and that she's painted in a negative light as a gossiper. she's suing fx and ryan murphy saying they violated her right to publicity that they used her name, her likeness and her image without her consent for commercial purposes and she wants damages. >> all right and, alex, "feud," by the way, i loved it. i watched the entire series. this is just the latest in a string of series that have faced lawsuits. will this affect anything going forward? >> it might, but definitely all of these biopics. there's been a surge in demand. "nwa film "straight outta compton" and the o.j. series and there are so many stakeholders you have to check off, family members, estates and fans and they all have a huge platform on social media. you saw with the tupac film "all eyes on me," was slammed by jada pinkett smith about her portrayal. so i think you're going to see this continue to happen but it's just, you know, part of the
game. >> yeah, and the demand is so high that people want to see these movies. that nwa movie was amazing. lawyers for olivia de havilland are pushing for a speedy trial here because of her age. but is it hard when you're a public figure to take people to task when they use your likeness? >> it can be challenging, dan. a couple of things in this lawsuit. one, she's likely to get that preferential treatment because she is over 70 and california law allows her to proceed to trial more quickly, but to the merits of her case, the "straight outta compton" case is a good example. jerry heller sued claiming that the depiction of him by paul giamatti painted him in a negative light and the court ruled that the public interest offense that's rooted in the first amendment allowed the producers to move forward with that movie without suffering any kind of claims because the matter was in the public arena and i think ms. de havilland
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good morning to you. it started gray today, but mike nicco, will it stay cloudy? >> at the coast it will. for the rest of us, we'll get sunshine by noon. you're in the 50s, you're going to stay in the 50s many here's my 7-day forecast, key to tomorrow's forecast, watch the cloud cover this evening, wherever it comes in and what time, that's where it will be tomorrow for your fireworks viewing. unfortunately, we still have that fatality investigation underway. this one westbound 80 at san pablo. we have that sig alert. police are investigating a crash involving a motorcycle. unfortunately, that motorcyclist did not survive.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the president pounces on the media tweeting out video showing him body slamming cnn. the white house now coping with the backlash as the president speaks with china and japan's leaders about tensions with north korea and ramps up for his meeting with russian president putin later this week. health crisis. maria menounos is revealing her battle with a brain tumor right as her mom was fighting stage 4 brain cancer. her symptoms, her diagnosis and how she's healing right now. shamed on a plane. the woman who caught the man next to her making jokes and criticizing her weight. his initial apology then turning accusatory all captured on camera. how she confronted him and what she's saying now. before you turn on the barbecue, what you need to know to prevent a grill fire so you
don't go from this to this. we'll show you live the three top tips for a safe cookout before the fourth of july. ♪ and we're rocking into the fourth. zz ward here live and she's saying -- >> good morning, america! [ cheers and applause ] good morning, america. great to have you with us on this monday before the fourth of july. >> july 4th eve as you call it and with the fourth comes barbecues which also means some dangers associated with grilling. we'll tell you how to avoid those flash fires by using products you have in your kitchen right now. there's gio. he has some tips coming up. >> all right and apparently they involve an onion. plus, we're going to tell you how to maximize your savings for the summer. there are some big sales for the holiday and first this morning's top story, president trump doubling down on his attack on the media and david kerley is at the white house with more on that. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the president is calling this
modern presidential communication. the tweet shows the former businessman donald trump at a world wrestling event but the face of the victim has been supplanted by the cnn logo. with mr. trump pummeling that person on the ground. both republicans and democrats are criticizing the tweet. some saying it demeans the office of the presidency. mr. trump once again amping up his battle with the media. but it was not all about tweets and the media. the president did talk to the chinese and japanese leaders about the north korean situation. he also talked to arab gulf leaders about the funding of terrorism. he returns to the white house later today preparing for a big meeting later this week with russia's vladimir putin. dan. >> david, thank you. the other big story we're following on this monday morning, wildfires in the west, ginger has the latest on the severe weather there. ginger, good morning. >> and brand-new evacuations with those wildfires east of tucson in the borough fire.
but i wanted to show you -- there are 28 large wildfires, this is the goodwin fire now 27,000 plus acres burned. only 75% contained. so lots of heat, lots of dry lightning as we call it, the thunderstorms come through, the moisture doesn't make it to the frowned and more fires start. then you talk about storms in the middle of the nation from nebraska, more than 200 severe storm reports over the weekend. you can see the constant lightning which is always one of the big threats. in maine, four tornadoes ripped through on saturday and you can see some of the damage there. that's a big deal for maine because they really only see two on average per year and then one of them started as a waterspout. really impressive video. i'll have the full forecast for your fourth of july coming up. >> amy. >> thanks so much. and there is some breaking news from overseas. tragedy on a highway in germany. a deadly collision between a truck and a bus full of senior citizens. there may be as many as 18 dead. the cause is under investigation. also breaking overnight, there is new tension between the
u.s. and china. a u.s. navy destroyer sailed so close to disputed islands in the south china sea that china claims as its territory. china then quickly called the move a provocation. and back here at home, a gas leak is to blame for a massive explosion that leveled a home in pennsylvania. killing one utility worker and injuring three others. those workers were responding to reports of a leak. a woman who lived in the house was evacuated safely. and on this extended july 4th weekend, budget battles have forced the closures of state beach answer parks in new jersey and maine, but those closed signs apparently don't apply to the governor of new jersey. you can see chris christie and his family caught on camera enjoying the beach he just closed to the public. finally, a close encounter of the huge kind for a diver from australia. take a look, as he was boating when he encountered two southern right whales, so, of course, he dove into the water to get a closer look and that -- >> with camera rolling. >> exactly.
and that's when the mammals gave him a gentle nudge, the diver said there were a lot of things going through his head but not among them fear. he actually said he could see the hair on the whale's mouth. yeah, fear would be going through my head and diving is ended when whales are there. they say stay 100 meters away. >> cool video. coming up next, maria menounos revealing she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. the plus-size model who confronted her own body shamer. what's she saying this morning. and the best fourth of july sales when we come back. ourse, o we'll buy your car even if you don't buy ours hey, what if i wanted to sell my car? wbyceiydbo! wbyceiydbo? we'll buy your car even if you don't buy ours wbyceiydbo wbyceiydbo!! wbyceiydbo wbyceiydbo!! wbyceiydbo! wbyceiydbo!!! wbyceiydbo!!! no, no, we're cool. i got you.
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monday morning. so welcome to everyone who is here and we also have adrienne bankert here with some "pop news." >> thank you. >> take it away. >> thank you so much, guys. i'm so excited to be here. so is the audience, my goodness. okay, so pop, if there was ever any doubt adele knows how, her fans have her back. the 15-time grammy winner revealing on friday that she damaged her vocal cords and wouldn't be able to perform the final two shows of her massive world tour at wembley stadium in london so because she couldn't sing for her fans her fans decided to sing for her. gathering outside the stadium for a sing-along as a callout to all her fans they put the #singforadele on twitter. they all came out. listen to this. ♪ hello from the other side i must have called a thousand times ♪ >> very sweet. adele was heartbroken when she knew that she couldn't sing. she couldn't make it through so we hope she feels better and gets the much needed medical
attention required. >> they sound good, i have to say. when i sing adele i think i sound good, if it played back, not so much. >> i bet you it sounds amazing in the shower. >> dogs all over the neighborhood. >> well, you know what, we can't all be adele but can be a part of this next project. oscar winner jared leto and his band 30 seconds to mars launching a new film project, a day in the life of america capturing 24 hours in our country on the fourth of july. here's the special message jared recorded for "gma." >> we're shooting in all 50 states plus puerto rico and d.c., so, hey, guys. >> all: good morning, america! >> good morning, america. anyway we need your help. we're going to have crews out there all over the country filming, but we want to see what you have to share with us. we want to see your footage. >> now, if you want to learn more about this project just go to 30secondstomars.us.
waxing a little nostalgic here, because he was inspired by national geographic as a kid back in the '80s. >> very cool. >> i love it. >> we'll see how the documentary looks. more from across the pond, kate middleton attending the opening day of wimbledon. the duchess of cambridge adding a new title to her resume as royal patron of the all england lawn tennis and crochet club having taken over the title from the queen earlier this year. some big shoes to fill there. ahead of the games, the royal highness met some of the current and former players, and ball girls and ball boys. i know, in other royal news, the prince and princess will be taking their kids on their tour of germany and poland so everybody is going to be delighted to see prince george and princess charlotte. >> yeah, more pictures, please. we can't get enough of them. very nice job, adrienne. thanks so much. >> absolutely, my pleasure. >> round of applause, right? >> thank you. now to our "gma" cover story, the plus size model speaking out this morning after
she confronted her own body shamer who was in the seat next had her on a flight. she confronted him on camera about what he was saying to her and that confrontation, her message resonating with a lot of people and mara schiavocampo has the latest on that. good morning, mara. >> reporter: good morning. this story getting a lot of attention. she says, even though she paid for extra room to accommodate her size, a fellow passenger was not too happy about sitting next to her and made that abundantly clear so she shared the entire experience with her social media following. >> you know nothing about me by the size of my body. >> that's true. >> reporter: watch and listen as plus-size model natalie hage confronts the man she says body shamed her on a recent flight. >> my body is also none of your business. >> fair enough. >> reporter: natalie said it all started when she boarded an bo american airlines flight from dallas to los angeles last week taking her seat in the middle of an exit row. >> i noticed immediately that the man to my left at the window was huffing and sighing incredibly loud. >> reporter: that's when natalie
pulled out her phone capturing him texting jokes about her weight. >> the person he talked to said hopefully she hasn't had any mexican food then he says it looks like she's eaten a whole mexican. >> reporter: the 30-year-old posting the images of those texts for her over 100,000 social media followers. three hours later on the runway at l.a.x., she worked up the courage to confront the man recording the whole thing. >> i couldn't help but notice that before we took off you were sending really horrible text messages about me to somebody. >> no, i wasn't. >> i have photos, yes, you were i saw the whole thing. >> i apologize. i was drinking. i apologize. >> yeah, just you have no idea who you hurt with those kind of things. >> you got me, and i was drinking and i apologize. >> reporter: but his apology quickly turns accusatory. >> you know, in fairness you probably shouldn't be sitting in the exit row seat. you know, when they ask you are you willing and capable to assist people in getting off the airplane in an emergency, do you honestly think that you are? >> wait a minute, the drunk man is telling me that i am not capable of helping people. okay. >> reporter: natalie says while
she was open about taping the conversation, she purposely did not record the man's face in the now-viral video. >> i didn't want to start any kind of like shame circle. i just did not want this to be about bashing this guy's looks, anything like that. >> don't ever treat somebody like that again. >> you're right. >> you don't know anything about me. >> you're absolutely right. >> reporter: the plus size model posting on her instagram page, this is a fat person's daily reality and not just on a plane. in hopes others with similar experiences know they are not alone. >> people see you as less of a person because you are more of a person. you're worth being treated like a human being. >> reporter: now natalie says after the apology the man offered to buy her dinner to make up for the experience but she declined. now, while she is getting a lot of support online, a lot of people are also pointing out that photographing someone else's text messages is an invasion of privacy, this is generating thousands of comments.
>> yeah, but she handled it with such dignity and grace. i was impressed with her composure. >> she said the whole flight to try to think about what she was going to say when they landed. >> he went low, she went high. >> she didn't show his face. that's what i was thinking. >> she didn't want to start a shame circle and shame him but let him know how he made her feel. >> it resonates more because she did that. thank you very much, mara. we switch gears and talk about summer sales. big fourth of july discounts all week long, becky worley has the secrets you need to know to save a lot and she's joining us from san francisco with that, becky, i want to hear it. >> good morning, amy. well, you're in luck because holiday weekends and weeks have become sales events. they're the most dependable time nowadays to secure a deal. because so many of the discounts are online you can have your celebration and your savings too. happy birthday, america. big retail chains know that celebrating means shopping. and so some unique category of items go on sale in this midsummer week. >> shoes are definitely big for fourth of july weekend. similar to clothing. they are one of the big items
that's going to be discounted. we're already seeing a sale from cole haan, up to 30% off their shoes. i think the discounts will only get better when you see less pricey items like flip-flops. >> reporter: crocs also has 25% off sitewide and while nothing has been announced now the shoe warehouse 6pm.com has a blow-out on july fourth. big chains discount summer items just when you need them. for example, walgreens, the drugstore chain, has a buy one get one 50% off deal on sunscreen. >> normally we advise people not to buy seasonal goods during the season when it would be most useful. the fourth of july is one of the exceptions to that. >> reporter: especially on outdoor items. think tents, rei has 30% off this one and dick's sporting goods has this pop-up tent 50% off, just 50 bucks. yum. s'mores, and about food. a survey by wallethub.com has 65% of americans planning to attend a barbecue or picnic.
so, let's talk grills. this charbroil three burner gas grill is $100 off at lowe's, was 399, now 299, and they also have a half off deal on charcoal and oscar mayer wieners, buy one, get one free at walgreens. remembering the holiday is all about patriotism, two deals for and benefiting veterans. at macy's, donate $3 to a veterans organization they're supporting and you get 25% off store and sitewide. at walgreens, on july 4th only all veterans and active duty military and their families get 20% off the entire inventory. this is in store only and while most holiday weekends mean sales before the actual day, july 4th is the opposite with sales predicted to get better after the holiday. >> they're already thinking about clearing out their summer inventory. >> reporter: couple more deals. best buy has a sale on apple products. iphones on installment plans can net savings of around 200 bucks.
same discount on macbook laptops. not huge discounts, but it's good to find discounts at all on apple products away from black friday. another one i love, dick's sporting goods and cabela's have buy one get one free or 50% off on life vests. dan, that's a deal that saves more than money, so happy fourth, everybody, and happy shopping. >> well said, becky, thank you. let's get it over to ginger now. >> hey there. i have a your "gma" moment to share with you that is just ah-inspiring. you'll see why. we've been talking so much about the wildfire, look what happened at the goodwin fire, a little fawn. they saved two. isn't it ah-inspiring? too little fawns ahead of the wildfires, so got them out of there. that's the big picture. good morning. i i am mike nicco. clouds return tonight. fog a little drizzle near the coast. cool in the 50s. subtle changes most of the week. a look at what's going on with
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had been getting light-headed on set and having headaches and adding my speech had gotten slurred and i was having difficulty reading the teleprompter. an mri then revealed that she had a golf ball-size tumor pushing on her facial nerves and the complex surgery to remove the tumor was june 8th, her 39th birthday. 99.9% of that tumor was removed. the doctor tells her it was benign and after six days in the hospital, she is now back home telling "people" magazine she's getting better. "this is something that takes at least a month of healing but i'm getting stronger and stronger every day." and she tells "people," the experience caused her to re-evaluate her life and brought her family closer together and she's lucky she went to the doctor and raised the alarm on this. >> thank you. let's get it out to amy who is outside with gio. >> all right, dan, well, we all know that july is the peak month for barbecues but also prime time for grill fires and firefighters across the country, they respond to an average of
9,000 grill-related fires each year but fire and safety experts say a few simple steps can help keep your family safe and gio benitez is back with those helpful tips. >> that's right, amy. listen, summer just isn't summer without a good barbecue, right? but hundreds of people every year end up in the e.r. from burns they get from barbecuing, so while cookouts are fun and a time to kick back, you just don't want to let your guard down and here's why. check out this raging inferno caused by a barbecue left unattended. a utah home destroyed in minutes. in massachusetts, a father's day cookout turned into a near disaster when a propane grill fire spread through this house. the family managed to get to safety before the deck burned away. >> grill fire extended to the second and third floor of the rear of the building. traveled throughout the attic. >> reporter: according to the national fire protection association, one of the leading causes of these fire, dirty grills, built up food and fat
can lead to flash fires. >> not supposed to do that. >> reporter: grease fires are unpredictable and can quickly become out of control if you're not paying attention. >> you're multitasking. you may be watching children and other family members and we're also enjoying the outside. people are not being able to focus on that grill. >> reporter: chief scott goldsteen heads the fire rescue in maryland demonstrates how this grill seems to take on a life of its own in a matter of seconds and he says this is the last thing to do if it happens to you. >> applying water makes the fire grow. >> reporter: use baking soda instead, or simply close the lid. now in this demonstration, chief goldstein shows us what could happen if a charcoal grill gets knocked over. >> this could be weeds and grasses, it could also be your patio furniture. >> reporter: watch how quickly the charcoal burns through the straw and it goes from this to this in less than 30 seconds. this is the time when you do
want to use water so keep a garden hose or a bucket of water handy. >> all right, gio, i see you have a wire bristle brush in your hand. i clean mine with that but there's something you should know before you start. >> that's right, because sometimes these wire bristles can actually get in the barbecue. you want to make sure it's not in there and didn't fall off and get in there. and before you even turn it on, get a damp cloth and just wipe it all down, get it clean. >> that's a good tip. then, you also say there are some things you have actually that in your own home to easily clean the grill. >> i'm gearing up for this one. >> tell us how to clean it. >> so listen you got aluminum foil, everybody has it. just roll it up into a little ball and make sure it's warm and you don't want to make sure it's too hot but just put it on there. get tongs and scrub it down, make sure it's warm but not too hot. but you want to scrub it down. you also want to go ahead. this was -- >> i thought you had an onion in your hand.
>> this is an onion. >> here's what you do. you also get that a little bit warm, put the onion there and spear it a little bit, why not. there you again then you clean it like. >> onion gets what, it just cleans it. >> well, what's interesting is -- >> and seasons it at the same time. >> but what's good about this, it has enzymes that breaks everything down as you just scrub it all down like that. >> do you cry at the end as well? >> you might. i was worried about that. >> it smells really good, though. >> it does. >> here's the thing we've been showing all morning, which i'm excited about. this is the grill bot. >> check this out. >> i got to know if it works. >> we'll turn it on right there and shut this. >> you shut this. >> it starts cleaning on the inside. there you go, you can hear it moving in there. >> but it only works when you shut -- >> once you turn it on. we're shutting it to make sure it gets in there but you there go. it's moving around. >> okay. >> now, do you do that when it's still hot or do you turn it off. >> you want it to be a little bit warm, absolutely. >> this thing actually works.
it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 morningings. for the fourth time in five years a fire station in east contra costa county has closed because they don't have enough funds. station number 94 closed saturday. the fire protection district is out of money and doesn't have the budget to sustain four fully staffed stations. >> i want to take you back to the san pablo area, we're looking much better, about 30 minutes ago, we got the all clear. our second fatal collision of the morning. the backup got out of there, everyone else still really light this morning. here's a look at a very foggy
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>> that's important when you're an 11-year-old in san antonio. they help our mood and stress. 15 to 30 minutes of quality time with cats can reduce it and they can warn you about seizures. she also pointed out her parents are always worried about her engaging too much screen time. she says if she had a cat she would interact with her devices less frequently. >> wow. >> basically she says it would change her life. >> yeah and save her life, obviously. >> yeah. >> putting it in strong terms. cat fans around the table. >> i had six brothers and sisters. we didn't have time for a lot of pets, okay, i was running around chasing toddlers as a teenager not cats but we did have a kitten and puppy dog too. >> i have a toddler at home. do you want to chase him around. >> i'm like the most experienced babysitter ever after six siblings. >> we know you're a cat man. i have feral cats in the barn but we always have one inside. >> do you have a picture? >> they have a picture. they have a picture -- >> baby ginger. >> ginger zee. >> look how cute. >> that's tuxy.
>> i had a cat named snickers because she looked like a chewed up snickers bar. yeah. >> a chewed up one. >> really? >> covered in hair. >> you know what i'm saying. >> good-looking cat. we have -- my wife and i have three cats, one of them is named steve which i thought was a cool name and he had dental problems so has only four teeth. that's he and his brother gus. we call them ruthless and toothless. steve and gus. there he is. as you can see he's only got four teeth and my kid in the background and that's a hat i put on him. and let me just -- one piece of advice, if you get a cat, get a cat from an animal shelter. this is a free way to save a life and improve your own life. go to the humane society, go to aspca. >> good for her parents. >> good for her parents. >> a tip for everybody. we've got another pretty remarkable young woman to talk about next. it's the story of a very young entrepreneur who is on the move
in little rock, arkansas, 7-year-old kyleigh started a lemonade stand in her grandmother's front yard last year. guess what, you can see where it's gone, mobile. she's turned it into a food truck available for hire. the business has become a family affair with kyleigh, her mom gabrielle and grandmother lisa williams all joins us from kyleigh's lemonade stand in little rock. >> look at her posing. >> i love how kyleigh is sitting like the queen that she is. so, yes, kyleigh, so tell me how has business been this summer. >> how has everything been this summer. >> good. >> that's always a good report. gabrielle, tell me how things got started. >> well, she started with a small lemonade stand in front of my parents' front yard and decided she did so well with it last year we decided to expand on it this summer and the rest is history. >> mom, what are you hoping she learns from this experience?
>> well, she's learning the people skill, learning how to save money. she's learning to be more responsible and just the ins and outs of being a business owner. >> and, lisa, grandma, right, you have to be so proud. i know you help out too. but tell me how proud you are. >> i am so proud of her. we have so much fun together. she wants to be a great helper. she loves to come over and said, grandma, let's -- she calls me nana, let's make lemonade today. so, you know, we have great fun together. and just have fun. >> okay, nana, mom or kyleigh, whoever can hear this, what's the best part about owning your own business? >> is being the boss. >> being the boss. >> okay, boss lady. >> she said that with no hesitation. >> no. >> and by the way, gabrielle,
you lost your leverage over your daughter. she has more money than anybody. how do you punish her when she's got all that cash? >> oh, she's a sweet girl. there's no punishment. >> oh, okay. >> no. >> said like a mom whose daughter is the boss. yes. >> ceo. >> thank you all for joining us. continued success and the lemonade looks great. >> thank you. >> all right. coming up next on "gma" we are revealing the top three beauty revealing the top three beauty products for summer. ♪ introducing the new sleep number 360™ smart bed. the only bed smart enough to change sleep as we know it. revealing the top three beauty products for summer. it senses your every move and automatically adjusts on both sides to keep you comfortable. and snoring... does your bed do that? right now save on sleep number 360 smart beds™. plus, it's the lowest prices of the season with savings of $500 on our most popular p5 bed.
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a way to lose weight, improve your mind, body and spirit and fit into the new bathing suit you've gun a way to lose weight, improve your mind, body and spirit and fit into the new bathing suit you've been eying. what is the coffee diet? "gma" has the doctor and the answers. you'll want to see in this week on "gma." back here on "good morning america," we have an exciting fourth of july eve announcement. some breaking news, especially for folks around newport beach, california. jacob and whitney are -- >> engaged! >> they're engaged. just engaged in costa rica. your family had no idea so this is the announcement right here. >> that's it. >> you flew overnight to get here. you were in vegas the day before. >> we were. >> i know you loved vegas because you got to eat at the eiffel tower. >> beautiful. >> i know jacob, you had a
little something, a little surprise. >> i do, baby, you had such a hard year and you fought leukemia so hard and doing so amazing i wanted this to be the most special event of our lives so we're not going to just head home to see the family we're going to fly to paris and we're going to have dinner tonight in the real eiffel tower. >> oh, my god. >> ah. i'm shaking. i don't know about you, whitney but i am fully shaking. i knew this was going to happen. anyway, all right. they're going to paris, y'all. >> we're going to paris. good morning. a great start to what will be a sunny afternoon away from the coast. clouds today will keep you in the 50s. the rest of us in the 70s and 80s. my accuweather 7-day forecast. take today, stretch it i all that weather brought to you by macy's. and now a little beauty with michelle lee. >> i know. >> i need makeup tips because i was tearing up. so beautiful. >> thank god for waterproof mascara.
>> talking about makeup malfunctions that happen in the hot summer months and we have solutions and "allure" editor in chief michelle lee is here with the top summer beauty picks. the best part, they're all under $20 so you guys, i'm sure, test a ton of products each month. >> thousands. >> thousands. so what is that process like? >> oh, my gosh, well, every single year we test tens of thousands of products and go home with bags and bags of stuffer. when anything maybes it into our regular rotation it means it's really good. >> instagram, you show a lot on there. i love watching. >> very cool. >> first hot pick right here so i'll reveal it. you can tell us what you're looking at. >> all right. so number one is about exfoliation. so we love these magic pads, kind of a funky name like our harry potter of makeup products. it's a great acid based exfoliator. instead of using harsh scrubs if you find serious soothers and a little bit of that, it's great.
when you use it every day it will reveal the fresh baby skin underneath. >> once you exfoliated some people say they get dry skin. >> they do, absolutely, so it's important then to hydrate. >> which? >> that's our next one. >> i don't know if you're fans of sheet masks. we are. you walk around the "allure" office you will see us with sheet masks on. we love this garnier one. it's only $2.99 and it's really packed with hyaloronic acid. hiydrates your skin in about te minutes or so. >> very cool. our final reveal right here. under 20 bucks. >> all right. >> there we go. >> i've seen this in a drugstore. >> it's really great. this one is about $17 and it's about retinoids so if retinoids aren't part of your routine, they should be. they're derived from vitamin a and this magical ingredient can help reduce fine lines and
wrinkles and age spots and prevent new ones from showing up. we love this one. it's under 20 bucks and really works well. >> perfect. i love it. >> since we have you here and i know you are all things beauty we have time for a question from someone, one of our viewers for you. check it out. >> good morning, my name is stefanie. i was wondering if you have tips on how to keep your makeup lasting longer in the humidity in the summer. >> all right. so -- >> you came prepared. >> where it's hot and humid, of course, when you're wearing a lot of makeup it tends to slide off your face. i have this issue sometimes. the big trick is primer. when you're choosing a primer try and go for one that has an spf so we love this elf one, an spf 50 and for lids we love this nyx one too that prevents the slide. >> okay, now we have another question for you. our ask our editor series. >> hi, michelle. my question is what is the best brand of mascara and why?
>> a good question. >> such a good question. >> i'm sure you've used many. >> we've used many. this is one of the big controversies in our office because honestly at any given point we all have about five different favorites so i will say though in the summertime it's really important to use a waterproof mascara and on days where we're going to have a wedding proposal, so waterproof is going to be really great because in the humidity it will help your makeup stay on. one brand we lover is covergirl. two formulas in waterproof of course, the super sizer and last blast are great in the drugstore brands. >> confusing when you look and have all of these options, i never know which one to pick. >> the thing too is lashes are so individual that for what i want because i have straight lashes might not be what everybody else wants so there is an element of having to try a couple to see what you like. >> we are glad you tried them all for us. >> under 20 bucks. michelle, thanks so much. for more "allure" summer favorites head to our website. coming up next we have singer, songwriter zz ward here to perform. don't go anywhere.
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what are the artists that influenced you. >> muddy waters, robert johnson, a little hip-hop. a little bit of nas. >> how did you get to zz? >> my name is zsuzsanna, it's hungarian. it's spelled z-s-u-z-s-a-n-n-a. so i just ended up zz. >> from a marketability standpoint zz is easier. >> so you said 6 -- you wrote your first song when you were only 16. is that true? >> i wrote my first on a hammond organ around my house and at 8 i started singing in my dad's local blues band and just kind of went from there so -- >> and we were talking about zz and i asked you in the break whether people make a lot of lame zz top jokes to you. you said you don't mind it and you actually played with one of the guys from the band. >> yeah, i got to play with billy gibbons and did "sharp dressed man" together and he was calling me zz. and i was like, are you okay with it. he was okay with it so -- >> they are legends. my sense is you're on your way to being one yourself.
>> thank you. >> i want to tell everybody your new album is called "the storm" and your song, your single is "help me mama" which you'll play now. thank you. great to meet you. >> thank you very much. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ this is exactly what i, i was afraid of ♪ ♪ i get too close to you and find out what you're made of ♪ ♪ i would have figured you out sooner or later ♪ ♪ it's getting ugly but it looks good on paper ♪ ♪ my daddy raised me tried to keep me his sweet baby ♪ ♪ but who else can i call when my whole world is going crazy ♪ ♪ singing help me
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no way, lose no way, lose weight, improve your health, mind, body and spirit and maybe even fit into that new bathing suit you've been eyeing and it all starts with a cup of coffee. what is the new coffee diet? "gma" has the doctor and the answers. you'll want to see in this week on "gma." >> "good morning america" is brought to you by bush's beans. whatever your mood, we've got a bean for you. [ applause ] >> want to say a big thanks to the phenomenal talented zz ward. thank you very much. such a pleasure to have you here. >> yeah, that was fantastic. thank you and we want to thank everyone in our audience who came today. you're going home with some of "allure's" favorite summer
beauty products so that will be fun, yay. >> all the men in the audience are so excited about that. and congratulations to two of our audience members on their engagement. the bride to be as you saw here was very surprised by both the proposal and the fact they're heading to paris right now to celebrate. huge. huge congrats to them. >> what a beautiful moment. before we go spinning into the fourth of july with this video. you're welcome. have a great day. ♪ she's a maniac ♪ she dances like she's never danced before ♪ danced before ♪
good morning, it's 8:59, i know a lot of you have off today, mike, how does it look? >> we'll start with santa cruz, i'm glad you asked. you can see it's pretty cloudy here. temperature 66, that's one of the warmer spots along the coast. if you're relaxing make sure you take some sunscreen, the sun will still be strong. north of the bay bridge, it's going to be a little choppy. tomorrow will be about like today. here's evidence that not many of you are at work today. the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights. we're looking at light volumes, both of our earlier serious crashes have cleared. reggie? >> thanks, alexis. time now for "live with kelly & ryan." we'll be back at 11:00 a.m.
our reporting always continues on our news app. there's the blue announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan." today, actress and recording artist vanessa hudgens. and from the new competition series "boy band," nick carter. plus "so you think you can dance host cat deeley joins ryan at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [upbeat music] ♪ >> ♪ i feel it comin' >> announcer: and now here are ryan seacrest and cat deeley! [cheers and applause] >> cat: hi! hello! hello! >> ♪ i feel it comin' ♪ i feel it comin' baby ♪ i feel it coming baby >> cat: thank you, ryan. >> ryan: you're welcome. >> cat: wha! [cheers and applause] >> cat: thank you, thank you, thank you. >> ryan: [grunts] >> cat: good morning, good morning, good morning. hello, l