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programming as much. well done, oscars. worked out. >> "good morning america" starts right now. ♪ we will we will rock you good morning, america. oscar stunners. >> and the oscar goes to -- "green book." >> major surprises on hollywood's biggest night. olivia colman besting glenn close for best actress. >> this is hilarious. >> and spike lee jumping for joy, taking home his first oscar. ♪ we're through the surface where they can't hurt us we're far from the shallow now ♪ >> lady gaga and bradley cooper setting the stage on fire. the secret stheron lara backstage with the night's biggest winners. also this morning, more than 90 million americans bracing for winter weather. dangerous winds tearing across
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the midwest and northeast after twisters ripped across the south. new alerts coast to coast. president trump about to meet kim jong-un for their second high-stakes summit. what he's now signaling about the meeting as he prepares to leave just hours from now. not backing down. new evidence in the jussie smollett case. that check he wrote to one of the brothers now revealed as the "empire" star denies he staged the attack. now chicago's top cop, superintendent eddie johnson, is here live. his first interview since that stunning press conference only on "gma" this morning. ♪ i'm off the deep end watch as i dive in ♪ and all the moments you didn't see at the oscars. the second standing ovation. and why paramedics were called for the best actor. we're taking you behind the scenes like only "gma" can. >> it's just been a wild, beautiful ride. >> moments after the stars take home oscars gold.
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>> it's been a really special moment for me. >> the "gma" oscars afterparty starts right now. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. ♪ watch as i dive in and good morning right back at you. there's got to be a morning after. the morning after the oscars, and what a night it was. >> so many twists last night. and so many happy first-time winners. let's take a look at lady gaga getting her first one. it's getting engraved right there. spike lee, he's waited a long time as well. he's there with his family. he's right there. >> tanya. >> his wife, tanya. >> and rami malek. >> pop the champagne. >> "bohemian rhapsody" best actor. >> looks like he just won the world series too. it was a hostless oscars but full of unexpected and fun moments, like keegan-michael key, the man knows how to make an entrance, as mary poppins. >> he didn't know what to do with the umbrella once he got down.
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but it was priceless. and what about melissa mccarthy and brian tyree henry? >> the rabbit. >> which one? >> she had quite a few there. that was quite a moment, as well. really, you know, it moved not having a host. the presenters really brought it. >> they definitely did. lara backstage with all the winners. we're going to talk to her in a moment. first, chris connelly kicks off the coverage with the highlights from hollywood. good morning, chris. >> what a fantastic night it was, george. all kinds of incredible things going on here. more women getting oscars than ever before. more african-americans getting oscars than ever before. it turns out you don't need a host to make some history at the oscars. ♪ tell me something girl >> reporter: from breathtaking musical intimacy and massive surprises. >> olivia colman. >> reporter: to joy and emotion from anything but the same old winners. the 91st academy awards had it all -- well, except a host. >> there is no host tonight.
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there won't be a popular movie category. and mexico is not paying for the wall. >> reporter: mexico's "roma" had a big night, winning three academy awards. all three including best director accepted by the extraordinary alfonso cuaron. >> thank you so much. being here doesn't get old. >> reporter: but the biggest prize of all, best picture, would go elsewhere. >> and the oscar goes to -- "green book." >> reporter: for a race relations movie whose older school approach never did garner the critical approval earned by some of its best picture competitors. >> the whole story is about love. it's about loving each other despite our differences. >> reporter: that wasn't the only shocker. with 71-year-old best actress nominee glenn close seemingly on the brink of her first oscar win in seven tries. >> glenn close, you've been my idol for so long and this is not how i wanted it to be. i think you're amazing. i love you very much. >> reporter: "the favourite"
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star with a stunning upset and a delightful speech. >> it's genuinely quite stressful. uh -- this is hilarious. >> rami malek! >> reporter: best actor's comeback kid rami malek giving thanks. >> i'm a first-generation american. [ applause ] part of my story is being written right now, and i could not be more grateful. >> reporter: malek capping off a loud night for "bohemian rhapsody." four oscars in all. and an explosive show opener from queen. ♪ we are the champions my friends ♪ >> reporter: so were such supporting winners as "green book's" mahershala ali and the wildly acclaimed regina king for "if beale street could talk."
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>> i'm an example of what it looks like when support and love is poured into someone. >> reporte a l "blackkklansman' jubilant spike lee leaping into the arms of samuel l. jackson after earning a best adapted screenplay award. >> let's do the right thing! you knew i had to get that in there. >> reporter: but wait, there's more. huge wins for "black panther" in production design and costume had the audience roaring its approval. ♪ we're far from the shallow now ♪ >> reporter: but the award for most anticipated moment going to lady gaga and bradley cooper. fans off the deep end during their performance of the winning song, "shallow," from "a star is born." ♪ in the sha shallow >> reporter: gaga dedicating their win to cooper as millions swooned. >> bradley, there is not a single person on the planet that could have sung this song with me but you. thank you for believing in us. thank you so much.
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>> reporter: so, in the offstage drama department, you might have seen spike lee was reported to have taken exception to "green book's" win. later backstage he compared it to his actions during a knicks game. no, i thought i was courtside at the garden, he said. the ref made a bad call. so, what's up? time was when some movies featured black characters who had to show they were much better people than their white counterparts in order to be deemed as equals. problematic, you might think. while critics may see it as a criticism, others say each story and each movie should stand on its own. it's the oscars' best picture, guys. >> yes, it is. thank you, chris. there was great reaction to that "green book" win. and lara was exclusively backstage with the night's winner from olivia colman and rami malek. now she's up dark and early joining us from hollywood. good morning, lara. >> good morning, robin. you got it. on stage it was no host, no problem. and backstage, the night's biggest winners confirming they all loved the way the show went
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down, probably since they were all backstage as winners. from spike lee to lady gaga, we heard from every single one of them the second they got off the stage with that golden oscar in hand. >> olivia colman. >> reporter: olivia colman proving an oscar favorite taking home best actress for "the favourite." when you look over at this, is it surreal? >> i'm going to cry again. >> how will you celebrate, olivia? >> i don't know. i feel i have to have a lie down and a cup of tea. >> reporter: meantime, best actor rami malek more than ready to celebrate his win, thanking his "bohemian rhapsody" co-star and girlfriend, lucy boynton. when you looked out at lucy and acknowledged her -- >> lucy boynton. >> and you paused. i was like, is he going to propose to her? >> no. >> i mean, the look of love and adoration in your face was pretty special to see. >> she's been the ultimate support for me. ♪ we are the champions
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>> the very first thing we see in this oscars is queen performing. for you, that had to be so big. >> hearing them do two songs, one that brian may wrote, one that freddie wrote, and just kind of anthems for championing human beings. is the perfect way to start. and that's the power of queen. that's the power of freddie. >> reporter: another powerful moment, spike lee taking home best adapted screenplay for "blackkklansman." how does it feel? >> good. >> where does this moment go down in spike lee's history? >> i don't think my body of work is defined by the academy awards. >> but it doesn't stink. >> it doesn't stink, but it's not a validation. >> so talk to me about what it was like being in the audience tonight, no host. >> it was sweet. it was flying in the room. everyone was commenting how they didt ce >> reporter: back on the acting
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front, mahershala ali, winning his second best supporting actor statue in three years. did you ever imagine in 2019 you would be sitting with us backstage with an oscar again? >> no, i didn't. i wasn't even thinking about it. i was really just trying to crack this character and get under don shirley's skin. it's just been a wild, amazing, dense, intense, just beautiful ride, and i'm happy to be here. >> regina king! >> reporter: also thrilled to be there, regina king who was named best supporting actress for "if beale street could talk." you hear your name. your mother is sitting next to you. >> yes. >> speak to me about what that feels like. >> oh, my gosh. you're vibrating. you're totally vibrating. >> another sweet moment, your mom, talking about her in your speech. >> mom, i love you so much. >> reporter: robin, i know you wanted me to give regina a big hug from you.
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i did. she was so grateful, sends her love. i gotta tell you one thing. the excitement of the night may have proven a little distracting for our friend rami malek. after the newly crowned best actor accepted his award, he stumbled off the edge off the oscars stage. you can see it happen there. paramedics called in to check him out. we did see him a little while later. no bumps. no bruises. perhaps just a little bit too much excitement. rami doing just fine, as you can imagine. we'll be back in just a bit, you guys. >> he's a rock 'n' roller now. he's fine. they fall off the stage all the time. rock 'n' roll, baby. all right, lara, thank you. we'll have much more of your interviews coming up. we can't wait to hear what lady gaga told lara after taking home her first oscar. >> that performance with bradley cooper was outstanding by the way. >> it was. we're going to turn from hollywood to the morning's other top headlines. we are going to start with that deadly winter weather. tornadoes tearing through the south. more than 90 million people bracing for strong winds. abc's marcus moore is in
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columbus, mississippi, where dozens of homes were destroyed or damaged. good morning, marcus. >> reporter: michael, good morning. we're inside what is left of a battered and twisted church building. look at the destruction here. this tornado with winds upwards of 130 miles per hour destroyed this building and so many others here. this morning, a massive cleanup after deadly tornadoes roared through parts of the south. >> all units, take cover. all units, take cover. i have a tornado funnel reported. >> reporter: in mississippi, the storm ripping trees right out of the ground, now scattered atop the remains of homes for miles and miles. destroyed houses and businesses littering the streets. widespread flooding engulfing streets. tennessee declared an emergency. widespread flooding engulfing streets, neighborhoods, backyards. the rush of water causing this massive sinkhole, swallowing an entire car. >> they're pulling my car out of a sinkhole. oh, my word. >> reporter: a mother was driving with her two young sons when their car fell in, leaving them trapped in the hole. >> we're climbing up to the
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road. i said, you have to climb out the window. i said, i'm going to pass keegan to you through the window. >> reporter: the three lucky to escape unhurt. just an astonishing scene here. the work to restore power in the city will continue today. michael? >> thank you, marcus. those fierce winds are on the move hitting the northeast this morning and ginger is tracking all of that. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, michael. we're in a high-wind warning here from north carolina up to maine. i think it will impact flights. look what it did already in buffalo, new york. took out that roof, or ripped it ur..ts choes e trees down around 60 in ohio. that was that semi that was tipped over. today, we'll do it again. this afternoon, we peak in the 50s. again, i would check those flights, george. this is gone by tomorrow. >> thank you, ginger. to washington, where president trump is preparing to leave today for a second summit with north korean leader kim
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jong-un. after hosting a white house dinner for the nation's governors last night. kim is already on his way. he boarded an armored train to vietnam on saturday. terry moran at the white house with more. terry, since the first summit, no concrete progress on north korea getting rid of its nuclear weapons so the administration is lowering expectations a bit this time around. >> reporter: that's right, george, good morning. that is the central challenge for president trump. round two of this donald trump/kim jong-un bromance. and while they have apparently struck up a very warm relationship, president trump actually said they fell in love and he gushes over the letters he gets from kim jong-un. you're absolutely right, there have been no concrete steps, no actual denuclearization. oh, they've stopped testing but they've done that before. the goal here is a modest one, to get them to do something real to take away the threat of these weapons that they pose to the united states. that might mean dismantling a
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nuclear weapons facility, their main one, or perhaps declaring a freeze or just come clean. he has to come back with something this time. >> in the meantime, what a split screen moment we're going to have. as the president is meeting with kim jong-un, his former lawyer and fixer, lawyer michael cohen, appearing in public on capitol hill to talk about, basically, his years of telling lies for president trump. >> reporter: that is a blockbuster hearing on wednesday. the president's longtime lawyer and fixer, michael cohen, testifying secretly before the intelligence committee. he can't talk about specific subjects relating to the mueller investigation, but he can talk about everything else, and that, as you point out, is a lot. >> including the campaign finance felonies. terry moran, thanks very much. michael. >> thank you, george. now to r. kelly, waking up behind bars this morning. he's due back in court today. the singer still in custody. unable to post the $100,000 bail. his lawyer telling the judge that kelly's finances are a mess. the grammy award-winning artist faces ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault against
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four people, three of whom were underage. and michael, now to patriots robert kraft who was owner robert kraft who was in hol hollywood for oscars festivities while he faces prostitution-related charges. police in florida could issue a warrant for his arrest as early as today. paula faris is here with more. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good morning. in the aftermath of this massive sex sting, at least 12 businesses have been shut down and 200 arrests have been made. up next, robert kraft. the warrant for his arrest expected as soon as today. despite his imminent arrest, robert kraft was caught on this video from tmz leaving a pre-oscars party in california. >> mr. kraft, do you have a message to your fans? >> reporter: it's his first public appearance since being accused of soliciting prostitution by florida police. >> did it seem like he was there as a regular? >> i would say going through the evidence, yes. >> reporter: police say the sweeping sex sting involves over 200 other men.
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investigators say they found an operation that relied on asian women being used as sex workers. >> our concern in this investigation centers around our possibility of victims of human trafficking. >> reporter: police also say that kraft was involved in two incidents of soliciting prostitution. the most recent one, allegedly taking place just weeks before the super bowl. >> the question was, does the video contain mr. kraft inside receiving the alleged acts? the answer to that is yes. >> reporter: but kraft's spokesperson maintains, we categorically deny that mr. kraft engaged in any illegal activity. the nfl says they're aware of the ongoing law enforcement matter and they will continue to monitor developments. as for kraft, he could see jail time. these charges carry a maximum of 60 days. but he's most likely looking at a $500 fine. >> all right, paula, thank you. there's netwt in tjussie smolle.
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take a look at this. it's the check he wrote to one of the men involved, now revealed. superintendent eddie johnson talk." >> he'll be here live. and much more from the oscars. what lady gaga is telling "gma," telling lara about that sizzling duet with bradley cooper. i know, paula, i know, i know. she's fanning herself. >> whoo. let's get to ginger right now. >> i'm there, too. we needed that heat in wisconsin. the blowing snow. the gusty winds. they could not see. a 131-car pileup. one person did die there. now we've got a new storm to talk about tomorrow, especially tomorrow night in the north bay area.
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♪ i'm off the deep end watch as i dive in ♪ ♪ i'll never meet the ground ♪ back now with one of the big moments last night. lady gaga with bradley cooper. lady gaga winning an oscar for that song. >> it was so -- i mean the fact they didn't announce them they just came out on stage like that was perfect. >> it was really perfect. it probably helped him nerveswi nerveswise. >> first oscar for lady gaga.
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that's coming up. the latest on the jussie smollett case. >> he's maintaining his innocence this morning. the alleged hate crime in chicago. the superintendent of the chicago police department, eddie johnson, is going to join us in just a moment. first, eva pilgrim is in chicago with the latest. good morning, eva. >> reporter: robin, yjussie smollett is out on bond this morning. for the first time, we're getting a look at a key piece of evidence. this morning, jussie smollett digging in, denying he staged a racist and homophobic attack. >> don't act like you know me. >> reporter: his tv dad coming to his defense, as the show they worked on pulled smollett from last two episodes from the season. terrence howard saying, the jussie i know could never conceive of something so ugly.
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his innocence or judgment is not anything for us to decide. stay in your lane. smollett, charged with filing a false police report. now the center of a media frenzy. detailing the attack in this interview with abc news. >> he said, this maga country, [ bleep ], punches me right in the face, so i punched his [ bleep ] right back. >> reporter: but police now saying he made the whole thing up, that smollett came up with a plan he planned for weeks. >> when that didn't work, he paid $3500 to stage this attack and drag chicago's reputation through the mud in the process. >> reporter: but overnight, abc news obtaining a copy of a $3500 check appearing to have been written by smollett. on the memo line, five-week nutrition workout plan. sources close to smollett say abel osundairo was training the actor for an upcoming music video.
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smollett's representatives saying he's innocent. adding that smollett feels betrayed by a system that apparently wants to skip due process and proceed directly to sentencing. now, smollett is due back in court in march. robin? >> all right, eva, thank you. the superintendent of the chicago police department, eddie johnson, joins us live now. thank you for joining us. initially, all accounts fr poliwere treating jusmlett as e. when did it turn from being a possible hate crime to a possible hoax? >> so, let me just put this out still has the presumption of innocence until he has his day in court. so, what happened, at the very
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beginning when he explained and gave his version of events, we treated it like a hate crime. one of the things i think is important to recognize is although the two attackers, who were masked, he was able to say he could see around their eyes that they were white-skinned. at least one guy was a white-skinned person. that's how we approached it. the entire time we investigated, he was treated like a victim. as you know, we picked up the two individuals after we identified who they were, we were waiting for them at o'hare airport. when they came back from overseas. we were legally able to hold them for 48 hours. the 47th hour we had those two individuals in custody, things changed. >> what changed in those 48 hours? >> we had gathered up evidence and facts. what changed was they then became cooperating witnesses.
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>> was there a reason they decided to do that in the 47th hour? >> we worked closely with their lawyer, and their lawyer talked to them. whatever she said to them got through to them to just tell the truth about what happened, and that's what they decided to do. >> even though you all were saying early on there was no reason not to believe his story, there were a lot of red flags. that a lot of people saw. you all had questions. even though you were not, of course, going to be public about that. >> right. there were questions. there's always question when people are describing incidents to us. so, but we have to maintain the integrity of the investigation. that's what we did. we didn't have the facts to support him being involved until that 47th hour. it's important for people to recognize it's not the chicago police saying he did something. it's the evidence. the facts. and the witnesses that are saying this. so, our job is to investigate it and bring facts and the evidence to the state. >> the brothers have stated that.
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>> correct. >> the check that we saw in eva pilgrim's report, the $3500. did the brothers specifically say that was for the attack? >> they said he paid them $3500 with a check -- >> did they say what it was for? >> to carry out this incident. >> your press conference, sir, was so passionate. it seemed quite personal. the words you talked about being angry and offended, and you often referred to the noose. that was a real breaking point for you. >> you know, robin, i grew up in the tail end of the civil rights era. i lived in cabrini green as a kid. it could be categorized as one of the most notorious housing area in chicago. the city of chicago has this issue. the police department has issues with racism. excessive force.
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i'm acutely aware of that. but we didn't earn this particular incident. and i just refused to let us have to take that shot if i'm -- if i have evidence to the contrary. so, i just want people to understand that's a damaging thing to do to a city. and, to a police department. you know, so, it's my responsibility to ensure that -- the record gets set straight. >> you were up front about the issues within the chicago police department. when it comes to race relations. and the mistrust from some in the public. how do you address that going forward? >> so, you know, something like this can be really damaging. we made a lot of progress in the last three years since i have been superintendent in terms of race relations. are we where we want to be? of course not. but we're heading in the right direction. but i just hope people don't judge other folks that are victims of these types of crime.
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this is just one particular incident. you damage a city's reputation. we don't need help with that. we really don't. first and foremost there are real victims of crimes of that nature. hate crimes. and i just hope that people don't treat them with skepticism. you know, this is one particular incident, and it has to stand on its own merits. >> it's an ongoing investigation? >> correct. >> so, where does it stand as of this morning? >> right now, as i said, he has the presumption of innocence. he'll get his opportunity in court if he chooses to go that route. again, i was very acutel aware of the situation in terms of the chicago police department declaring he was a suspect. there's a lot more evidence that hasn't been presented yet that does not support the version that he gave us. >> there's more, because you presented quite a bit. and legal experts say that's the most they have seen being presented up front. >> but there's still a lot of physical evidence. video evidence. and testimony that just simply
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doesn't support his version of what happened. >> superintendent johnson, thank you very much. i know you are a busy man. the investigation is ongoing. it's captured the attention of the nation and beyond. we appreciate you being here. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> michael? thank you so much. robin. coming up, take a look. that is the moment people can't stop talking about. and lady gaga is telling us secrets behind that performance. that's coming up next. right here on "gma." ♪ in the shallow ♪ in the shallow
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♪ in the sha shallow in the sha sha sha la la low ♪ back now with one of the big moments at last night's oscars. lady gaga singing "shallow" with her co-star bradley cooper. lady gaga winning an oscar for that song. she gave a lot of credit to bradley cooper. >> yes, she did. i know what all of you are thinking. it's what everyone was thinking watching them look in each other's eyes. no confirmation from them about anything other than a deep, loving friendship. that created one of the most special oscar moments any of us has ever seen. >> and the oscar goes to -- lady gaga. >> reporter: it was the moment
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lady gaga went from oscar nominee to winner. >> if you are at home, and you're sitting on your couch, and you're watching this right now, all i have to say is that this is hard work. >> reporter: gaga taking home the oscar for best original song for her work on "a star is born's" signature piece, "shallow." ♪ tell me something girl are you happy in this modern world ♪ >> reporter: the win coming just after her electrifying performance with co-star bradley cooper. ♪ i'm off the deep end >> reporter: the intimate performance, with the audience acting as a backdrop, br istry between the ero its tho rng ovations. once when the song was over.eak auditorium. >> i've done a lot of live tv performances. i rarely relinquish control. i was like, bradley, this one is on you. he had a beautiful vision for
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what he wanted. and so all of the camera movement and everything that you saw, that was from him. >> that was the director. >> the truth is that this song wouldn't have won tonight. and this song wouldn't be what it is without him. bradley, there is not a single person on the planet that could have sang this song with me but you. thank you for believing in us. >> was there ever a moment when someone other than bradley would have sung it? >> it was meant to be a song that we presented for the film. we felt it would be a great duet. he thought so as well. i have sung with a lot of people. i really meant what i said tonight. no one could have sang that song but him. i've worked hard for a long time. it's not about, you know, it's not about winning. but -- what it's about is not giving up. if you have a dream, fight for it. >> i loved in your speech, you may not remember how eloquent
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you were. but you said it's not about winning. it's about not giving up. i loved that. >> yeah, i don't -- i don't remember what i said. >> most don't. you were great. >> i hope so. i hope so. >> is it just a dream sequence right now? >> it is. >> it is a dream sequence. all that you can hope for is that you say something that will reach people. that they'll feel inspired. because, when you win, it's not about us. you know, it's about what we can give to the world. >> reporter: but gaga's new golden statue was not her only accessory turning heads. i can't decide what i'm more mesmerized by, the diamond or the oscar. >> i'm pretty happy about the oscar. >> yes. yeah, great. we love the oscar. but let's talk about the diamond, shall we?he tiffany di. over 128 karats. it's the first time it's been on the red carpet since tiffany bought it in 1878.
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[ cheers and applause ] this oscars was amazing. i gotta let the guys in new york know. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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okay. >> ken jeong. >> did he say on fleek? an incredible night it was. in hollywood. lara was backstage with all the big winners just moments after taking home the gold. she's joining us live from hollywood. let's go back to chris connelly, who has the night's most memorable moments. good morning again, chris. >> reporter: good morning, robin, we will rock you promised the opening number. mission accomplished, pretty much. thanks to diverse winners, shocking surprises, and heartfelt emotions, both spoken and sung. ♪ tell me something girl >> reporter: from breathtaking musical intimacy to a best picture shocker. >> olivia colman. >> reporter: the # 1st academy awards winners had it all -- pt host. ♪ we are the champions >> reporter: instead, a powerhouse performance by queen and adam lambert started the
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show. bringing the star-studded audience to their feet. ♪ of the world >> reporter: and the champions were a big surprise. the biggest surprise of all to the most controversial nominee. >> and the oscar goes to -- "green book." >> reporter: that wasn't the night's only shocker. with 71-year-old best actress nominee glenn close seemingly on the brink of her first oscar win in seven tries. >> olivia colman. >> reporter: the award going to "the favourite" star. who gave a delightful speech. >> it's genuinely quite stressful. this is hilarious. r [ ee a >> reporter: best actor's comeback kid rami malek giving thanks. >> part of and i could not be more grateful. >> reporter: so were such
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supporting winners as "green book's" mahershala ali. and the wildly acclaimed regina king. >> i'm an example of what it looks like when support and love is poured into someone. >> reporter: and look who else has a shiny new oscar. >> spike lee! >> reporter: "blackkklansman's" jubilant spike lee leaping into the arms of samuel l. jackson. >> let's do the right thing! you know i had to get that in there! >> reporter: but wait, there's more, huge wins for "black panther" in production design. ♪ we're far from the shallow now ♪ >> reporter: but the award for most anticipated moment going to lady gaga and bradley cooper. fans off the deep end during their performance of the winning song, "shallow," from "a star is born." gaga dedicating their win to cooper, as millions swooned. >> bradley, there is not a
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single person on the planet that coulha sang this song with me but you. thank yofor believing in us. thank you so much. >> reporter: unforgettable moment, that one. it seems like there were enough of those to keep fans buzzing for days to come. guys? >> we're certainly buzzing here in the studio. thank you, chris. cheers to you and lara. the "gma" oscars afterparty with d.j. irie just getting started. coming up, more of our incredible backstage access with the biggest winners of the night. also, what did melissa mccarthy and her husband do after the show? are they the best dressed couple? and fashion. we're breaking down the hottest looks in hollywood with our oscar-worthy fashion experts. which gown topped the list. the biggest trends. we'll be right back. the list. the biggest trends. we'll be right back. what patients don't realize is
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good morning, america. >> good morning, brooklyn, new york. you're watching "good morning america." ♪ >> oh, yes. thank you. thank you, d.j. irie. yes. giving us the elements of the universe, earth, wind, and fire. i was a deejay back in the day, too. we welcome you back to "gma." big congrats to the oscar winners. regina king. spike lee. all the winners.
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lara got to go one-on-one with them backstage. we cheer you on there, lara. we'll have much more of you in a moment. hey, lara, sam is here. sam is here. >> i know! >> lara, i'm doing this for you, because this is not just "pop news." it's our first -- ready, gang, to go crazy in the room, "pop-scar news." the first of the night. the nominee for best date. michael b. jordan and bradley cooper. both walking the carpets with their moms. cooper walking the red carpet, his two favorite ladies. supermodel irina shayk and his mom, gloria. the caption on this photo melted our hearts. jordan writing,
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my mama make me about to fight somebody she looking so pretty. >> aw. >> come on. that's awesome. with the #pops, i got you. >> so sweet. >> so, michael, can you do the honors to tell us who won best date? >> and the pop-scar -- pop-scar? >> i'm not sure. >> goes to, michael b. jordan. >> i agree. >> i agree. >> you pick the winners? >> i didn't pick the winner. these winners were picked by people in suits carrying briefcases that i don't know. they were wearing dark glasses. all right, so, i'm sweating. the dancing. the whole thing. plus, the pants are tight. all right, so -- the next pop-scar for the most head-turning outfit.
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in this one there's really no competition. robin, just do the honors. >> first of all, the job that you're doing is better than anticipated. >> the best dressed. >> most head-turning outfit goes to -- no contest. billy porter, ladies and gentlemen. oh, yes. >> so the "kinky boots" star walking the red carpet, stepping out in a black velvet tuxedo/gown. we caught up with him on the red carpet and he told us how he felt about being in the best look of the night. >> it made me feel free. it made me feel beautiful. it made me feel open. um, and it made me feel unapologetically masculine. >> oh!onto my longtime friend, billy. i'm so proud and happy for him. he wanted to start a conversation. he wanted people to talk about what it means to be masculine.
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what it means to be feminine. and what it means to be everything and anything in between. so thank you, billy, for having a conversation. >> amen. [ applause ] he came -- i'm telling you, have you seen him in his show pose? oh, my goodness. >> yeah. >> he is -- for him to do that and i love what he said. >> i loved it, too. for the first time, you get a chance to see how difficult it was. when he had to turn that thing, he had to lift it, pull it, spin it around. >> they should have done beep, beep, beep, let you know he's coming. all right, so, for the next pop-scar, i'm calling in reinforcements. we have -- >> what? messmc ais o's f bt entr. getting in the spirit before
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announcing the winner of the best costume design. in their own costume. that bunny puppet really stole the show. didn't you find yourself just watching it the entire time? all right. mike myers and dana carvey giving us a "wayne's world" reunion. screaming with joy as soon as they hit the door, introducing "bohemian rhapsody." the biggest risk taker may have been flying from the ceiling. keegan-michael key just dropping down and spinning around. >> he looked effortless. >> didn't he? >> he couldn't close the umbrella. >> the best thing is, he tried to close the umbrella. it didn't work well. that was awesome.e,t ulhave bee too simple. george? >> what do you think? [ applause ] >> what you got? >> keegan-michael key. >> of course. very good. congratulations.
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>> that was a lot to choose from. i'm going to need help. this is our final pop-scar. can we get a drum roll? here we go. best dressed couple. the nominees. you can stop when it starts to hurt. it's okay. melissa mccarthy and her husband -- i don't want any injuries -- ben falcone. who showed up in matching adidas track suits. change prg a beautiful glam look they wore on the carpet. also consider, lisa bonet and "aquaman" himself, jason momoa. the pair wearing matching pink looks. his suit was personally designed for him by the late karl lagerfeld. the internet couldn't help but notice his accessory -- did you see something on his wrist? apparently it's a scrunchie. he has amazing hair. he actually usedt at the
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afterparty. it was the "vanity fair" party afterwards. he used it to put up his hair. let's show melissa mccarthy again. are we ready? is it coming? wait, there it is. there's the track suits for your consideration. all right, we need to have the winner. >> okay. >> are you ready? who would you have chosen? >> i don't know. >> lisa bonet. >> i would, too. >> practicality? >> lisa bonet and jason momoa. so that's it for the first pop-scars. lara, i need to know, but the best dressed of the night was our own lara spencer. and lara, look at this. i mean, serving -- serving leg realness. >> you did steal that.
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>> lara, thank you so much for letting me sit in the chair. back to you, my love. >> thank you, sam. thank you for that beautiful pop-scar award. but let's get back to the action. all of the winners just so genuine last night, celebrating each other and their fellow nominees. this was an oscar of historic firsts and barriers broken. >> hannah beachler. production design. >> ruth carter! >> reporter: and just like that, history was made. hannah beachler and ruth carter becoming the first black winners in their respective categories, for best production design and best costumes, for "black panther." regina king weighing in. you saw ruth. you saw hannah. two historic wins. >> two historic wins. >> and this, what does this all mean to you? >> oh, man, this is the -- one
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of the most reflective academy awards ceremonies ever. you know, when you look at the nominations. so, to receive this during this ceremony is priceless. >> this is an historic moment. everybody is acknowledging it. how does that feel to you? >> i feel like what i love about it is, it's -- i want all the young women of color and girls of color to be able to now stand on my shoulders. because i have stood on so many shoulders of all the women that came before me. i give the strength to all of those who come next to keep going, to never give up. >> when hannah got up there and said what she said. you know, she's right. it's all of us together working on a story, building a world that has never been seen before. >> reporter: and spike lee telling us he's ready to party. how will you and your beautiful wife celebrate tonight? >> we'll be popping some bottles. go to several parties. >> obviously, governor's ball for a quickie?
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>> right. >> vanity fair? >> right. >> jay z and beyonce? >> we'll end up there. >> i know you have one. you have the honorary one. >> reporter: and two-time mahershala ali talking about the unusual friendship portrayed in his movie, "green book." >> i think people seeing different characters that technically should not be friends come together and are able to have a wonderful friendship and relationship. i think that resonates with people because you are seeing how just being in close proximity to another person how that begins to break down the stereotypes, and people begin to drop their guard and really see the other person. >> reporter: he also fit in a quick snack break of trail mix, courtesy of his lovely this is what you give an oscar winner? olivia colman now finally able to recover after one very rewarding and surprising awards season.
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>> i don't remember any of it. it's been a bit of a blur. sort of terrifying. >> your speech was amazing. do you remember yelling out to gaga at the end? >> no. >> you took a moment to acknowledge glenn close. >> well -- it's a good place, isn't it? >> it was very sweet. >> oh, she's amazing. >> you almost apologized for winning. >> well, yeah, it should have been her. >> reporter: and man of the hour, rami malek taking it all in. >> people say, hey, this could happen again. i don't think it will. i'm going to treat it as such. >> reporter: while also making sure his agent's mom gets a shoutout. >> and his mother is named sherry. and she loves you. and she loves your show. i have to give her a shoutout. >> sherry? i love that. thank you. what would you say to little bubba rami about tonight? >> oh, man. i was a shy kid. i knew something was going on in the back of my head where i created characters and didn't
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know what i was going to make of it. whether it was going to take me down a dark hole or perhaps lead me to something special. never did i ever think it would be as special as this. >> reporter: finally, regina king reflecting on the road she's traveled to get this far. i would like you to look at this picture, and what would you say to this little girl about this moment? >> oh, man. i would just say continue to smile, continue to dream. and even when you don't feel like smiling, there's so many people out there smiling for you. >> yeah. >> i mean -- yeah. >> look at you now. >> look at me now. and i got so much more to do. >> yes, you do. >> so much more to do. >> and i can't wait to see it. i mean, it was so amazing back there. it was like truth serum. everyone j. olivia colman was beside herself when i asked where she would keep her oscar.
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she said, in bed with me, between me and my husband. she said he didn't know that yet, but was pretty sure he wouldn't mind. i'm guessing he didn't mind one bit. guys, back to you in new york. >> all right, thank you. that was -- that was just an incredibly special moment for regina. her body of work. she is just getting started. she's directing now and doing other things. but how cool was it, "captain america" chris evans helped her. wh she was struginwi herdrs. how cool was that? >> captain america. n no, no,o. it w does.merica.ofou i have an oscar-themed "gma" moment. shall we do that? everybody wants fun. this one from franklin, tennessee. it is 3-year-old adaline. who is ready for the next oscar. >> now you're sad -- oh, my.
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now wave. but don't smile. >> oh. see. >> girl, you're going to be -- >> a future oscar winner. i think a lot of toddlers will be coming at her wit it's here. hi, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. by it, the atmospheric river that lasts through thursday. more rain this weekend. up in the north bay, the flooding potential starts at noon today. for the rest of us, it starts at 4:00 today. we've got some wind starting at noon today above a thousand feet that could cause some damage also. the storm is going to peak tomorrow. th did you see this? we're dancing. we're barely hearing music. the party is just getting started, even though the oscars are over. you don't want to miss more "gma."
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good morning. i'm reggie aqui. it's 8:27. the first federal trial involvi involving monsanto and its weed killer roundup is set to begin in san francisco today. let's look at traffic and alexis. >> a couple problems in the south bay right now. we'll take you into northbound 87 ju 87. four-vehicle collision, possibly injuries. the right lane is blocked. looks like chp is still trying to get to the scene. 280 at 17, a crash north of here. that is blocking one lane and we have several miles of heavy traffic. >> you can see just how gray it is outside. the
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♪ singing we will we will rock you ♪ welcome back to "gma," it's our oscars afterparty. ♪ we will we will r welcome back to "gma." yes, queen. queen rocked the oscars' opening number last night. and we're here celebrating our oscars afterparty. and our audience, they look good. >> don't they look good? >> everybody looks good in here today. we're going to celebrate the oscars and talk about fashion. >> we're going to break down the looks. our guests, joe zee, bevy smith. cindi leive. you say it's all about taking ch you saw it all. you were there. when did you get --
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>> i just got here. queen opened the show but for me, the queen of the night was regina king. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> she has really upped her fashion game all awards season. that oscar de la renta dress was so clean and so crisp. i know she had started working with designers months ahead and the one criteria she had was she wanted to look back at this night, her first oscar nomination, and not be dated. she wanted a dress that would be classic 20 years later. >> good move. >> great look. >> she won for "if beale street could talk." it's james baldwin's adaptation and she said she wanted to wear a classic american designer, oscar de la renta. >> bevy, who else do you think crushed it on the red carpet? >> powerful in pink, miss gemma chan. this valentino look is not something you traditionally see on the red carpet because it is covered up. we don't see a slit. we don't see a plunging
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neckline. we see a high, gorgeous ruffle but it's a sophisticated look. i love that it's cherry blossom pink. it has a parachute effect. we first saw this coming down the runway. we saw tracee ellis ross do her own version of it. it's really kind of swept the runway. i just love this. it's so new, fresh, innovative. doesn't look like anyone else. >> pink was a big color. cindi, my girl, how about glenn close? >> i loved glenn close. and you know why? i thought she dressed like the 71-year-old superhero she is. she's wearing that great gold dress with a cape no less. there were rules of if you were a woman of a certain age, you had to dress in a boringly respectable mother of the bride way. i think she was like, uh-uh. i have seven oscar nominations and i'm coming for that red carpet. by the way, that dress, which is a carolina herrera dress, weighs 42 pounds. it's 4 million beads.
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i'm exhausted thinking about that. >> a workout just to get down the red carpet. we're goi about nde saw a lot of pink on the red carpet. >> pink was the color of the night. who ended it better than the whole evening than julia roberts in that elie saab dress. so beautiful, such a surprise. we saw all shades. from a pale pink on kacey musgraves to helen mirren. we're looking at women from their 30s to their 70s. this trend is just as applicable to them all. >> yes. >> you know what else i really loved about it, joe. pink is usually sort of frilly and feminine and delicate but you know in the early 1900s pink was a color for boys. >> oh. >> and this oscars showed us pink can be very powerful and sexy and bold, as well. >> a history lesson over here. >> we loved hearing what billy porter said about what he was wearing. he was spot on with what he
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said about that. >> another trend. gender-bending fashion. i loved that of course. he looked gorgeous in this christian siriano tuxedo/gown moment. look at that bodice. look at that nipped waist, darling. the best thing about billy, he's been doing this, pushing the envelope the entire awards season. he wants to make us question what is feminine? what is masculine? and then of course lots of women made us question that as well. let's look at -- who do we have up? elsie fisher. a tom brown three-piece suit. she had a fun bag to give it that edge. then melissa mccarthy, she had a brandon maxwell. i love it. business on the bottom. the extravaganza on the top. >> and then the cape. >> and the cape. diane warren. she's a rock 'n' roll chick. she had to do that white suit, lots of edgy, lots of sparky and lots of fun.
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frivolity going on with the accessories. who is that other one? >> chadwick. >> oh, chadwick boseman. let's have a moment and talk about the fact that chadwick boseman wore a sequinned tuxedo jacket but with a train. those are normally reserved for women but he did it. >> you have to say pantsuits on women have been a big trend this entire awards season. the fact that billy porter showed up in that tuxedo gown and looked so great, that's groundbreaking. >> it's a first. this is groundbreaking. >> what about y'all? >> you don't really need us at all. you said it was an adventurous red carpet. people had fun with accessories. >> totally. first of all, i do think it was adventurous in general. it was sort of the death of fear. celebrities were worried about wearing the wrong thing. now we're seeing confidence
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which is really refreshing. diane warren was nominated for writing the song from "rbg." she had a little ruth bader ginsburg action figure poking out of her pocket. awkwafina continued to steal the hearts and minds of people by carrying a tequila flask as a purse and actually drinking out of it on the red carpet which is the thing to do on a nerve racking red carpet. and spike lee did a full-on tribute. you don't see a huge necklace on a man and i thought that was amazing. >> and gold jordans that michael jordan commissioned for him. >> and he had his tailor make the pants high waters. so you could see those shoes. >> i haven't heard the phrase high waters in a long time. we called them ankle whippers. yeah, yeah, the angles. how about lady gaga?
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>> oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] i already -- somebody reamed me on twitter for talking about her too much. she's been a fashion force this entire season. i have to say, i think there are two classes of dressing for the oscars. the type that go over the top. it's the climax of the season. and then you have the classic dresser. you thought she would show up and be really crazy. in the end, she toned it down. it's a very chic and fashionable dress by alexander mcqueen. still very subdued for gaga. >> she toned it down. but that tiffany necklace. whoo! couldn't take my eyes off that. oh, my. >> 128 karats. >> 128 karats. >> no big deal. and there were 62 other diamonds on that necklace as well. >> worn by audrey hepburn. >> you are our powerhouses. >> you are. you're our gagas. 5,000 karats right here. thank you three for being here.
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joe, thank you for staying up, man, all night coming cross-country here with us. coming up, a powerhouse performance from grammy-winner, h.e.r., when we come back.
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma." not that this group is competitive at all. it's been a marvelous last hour.
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but we've got to settle the score on the oscar prop bets. you made your predictions, team. the results are in so who came out on top? it's time to find out. first, here's the question that we asked first, will any presenter go into the audience? well, what did everyone say? everyone said yes except robin. she said no. the correct answer was yes. we heard it in "pop news." keegan-michael key flew down to the audience. that qualifies. >> a bold choice. >> dare to be different. >> i knew he was going to do that. i totally knew that. somebody had to fly. >> everyone gets a point but robin. >> okay. >> next question. how many presenters will joke about not having a host? michael guessed five. robin, three. george one. lara two. ginger six. the correct answer, three.
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came out together and tina fey came out together. they each joked. that counts. >> three people in one group. doesn't that count as three? >> one. >> the people in the dark suits with the sunglasses, michael, says that only counts as one. >> i protest. >> not at all. there's no questioning the judges here. all right. finally, i asked how long will the official abc broadcast last? longer than the argument about who wins. over or under 3:15. michael, robin, ginger, guessed over 3:15. george and lara guessed under 3:15. >> so they're out. >> the correct answer is over. now we have a tie between michael, robin, and ginger. sorry, george. i'm sorry. >> okay. >> so we have to have a tiebreaker. here's how the tiebreaker goes. is everyone nervous enough? >> i'm not nervous. at least i get a bronze at the least.
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>> michael, i think there's only one trophy. i'm sorry. i don't think there was a budget for three. i asked how long to the minute will the abc broadcast be? michael guessed 3:42. robin, 3:35. ginger, 3:37. you guys were all so close. the anchor closest to the actual time wins. drum roll again on your thighs please. the correct answer is 3:18. she did it again! congratulations to the reigning champion, robin roberts! cue the music. ♪ and we'll keep on fighting until the end ♪ >> all: robin, robin, robin. >> we need a speech. speech. >> so unexpected. first of all, i would like to thank you. >> i had the best time. my time was much better than her time. >> i feel like this is my year. >> oh, it's your year. >> i'm sorry.
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i had a kanye moment. sorry. >> ginger, you have the weather. >> i do, i do. i win every day because i get to do this. let's look at some oscar-themed cities. look what we did here. there wasn't a green book. we went with green, ohio, and book city, iowa. and a little rami love in bohemian, louisiana. and olivia's favorite bay, alaska. looks nice there today. congratulations, robin. good morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. the atmospheric river arrives today in the north bay with moderate to heavy rain while the rest of us will have periods of light to moderate rain until this evening. [ cheers and applause ] >> this weather report sponsored by -- you don't want to go anywhere. we're with you with more. coming up, h.e.r. performing live.
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[ cheers and applause ] back now on "gma." our next guest is one of the hottest rising stars in music right now. she joins us fresh off her electrifying performance at the grammys where she won not one but two awards including r&b album of the year. her new ep "i used to know you" here is h.e.r. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ mm ♪ mm ♪ wanna believe what you say but i hate you on most days ♪
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui. mike nicco says it's going to be a wet week. >> already steady light rain up in the north bay, as you can see with live doppler 7. we've had a few random showers elsewhere a little farther south. by far, the north bay is going to get hit hardest this morning. yellows, oranges, even reds. in the afternoon hours, it starts to move into the bay while we're still getting hit in the north bay hardest during the evening and overnight. it will sink a little further south. the storm is going to be pretty devastating tomorrow. alexis? >> taking a look at the roads. we have several issues on the board, including a problem on westbound 580 on the richmond san rafael bridge. some type of hazard is blocking at least one lane. that's adding about ten minutes. a quick check of drive times. still heavy getting to sfo. >> time for live with "kelly and
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