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good morning, america. as we join you on this friday, schools and roads closed in texas as they face a flooding disaster. deadly flooding emergency. houston underwater right now and bracing for another hit as parts of texas get more than three feet of rain. hundreds of drivers stranded on highways. the desperate rescues. children forced to shelter in school, walking across benches to avoid flooded hallways. a state of disaster declared. we're live on the ground with the latest. breaking news, the worldwide walkout under way. millions of students and workers expected to flood the streets demanding action on climate change. terror takedown. the new jersey man now under arrest accused of scouting landmarks for an attack, the
statue of liberty, major airports and boston's fenway park targeted. fireworks overnight. the president's lawyer, rudy giuliani, admits he asked ukraine to look into former vice president joe biden as new details emerge about the allegations an unnamed whistle-blower made against the president. the new video of prime minister justin trudeau in blackface again. the third incident now discovered. will his apology be enough to keep him in office? it's here. as apple fanatics line up around the globe will the new iphone 11 camera and three-lens slofie be a hit? hawkeye hero. the iowa college football fan who just wanted beer money. now using his viral campaign to help children in a huge way. he's here live only on "gma" this morning. ♪ yeah, it's a party in the usa ♪ ♪ yeah good morning, america. great to have you with us on this friday morning.
cannot wait to talk to that college student, carson king, whose sign went viral. >> yeah. he has raised a lot of money, and he's doing something really great. it started about beer. dateast . he's raised so much money. we'll hear from him. >> we're looking forward to that. speaking of students there are some really extraordinary scenes happening right now as that worldwide walkout gets under way, and it's really being led by teens. you can see them there. that's berlin, all taking on climate change. look at that crowd, wow. >> triegs trying to make a difference. before we get to that, we are going to begin with that deadly flooding disaster in texas. hundreds of people rescued. rob marciano is in houston with the very latest and it's a tough time for my hometown, rob. how are you doing? >> reporter: good morning, michael. you of all people certainly know how vulnerable this city is to flooding but honestly, this was an event that would have flooded any city.
a record day of rainfall here for september. it resulted in hundreds of rescues, hundreds of cars being rescued. this after a day across southeast texas that was nothing short of mayhem. >> reporter: this morning, officials in harris county are saying more than a thousand people here have been rescued so far. coast guard helicopter crews met patients and evacuated them out of the flood zone using everything from airboats, tractors and dump trucks to pull people and pets to safety. >> when you get there and you see rivers of water flowing into these neighborhoods and impacting dozens of homes, it really is hescene. >> reporter: guests and employees trapped by rising waters in this beaumont hotel. children at some houston schools were told to shelter in place. it was total chaos on the roadways as parents tried to reach their kids in a day that saw as much as nine inches of rain. stalled out cars littering the
streets and police recovering over 200 vehicles. neighbors lending hands, pushing drivers free where they can. even i chipped in. one, two, three. two cars stalling right in front of us in less than five minute. >> this is one intersection. all around this city cars are abandoned. >> it is an absolute standstill nightmare. >> reporter: major freeways impassable. traffic at a standstill. hundreds of people stuck on the freeway for hours. water rising to the door handles of suvs. >> we're only seeing the very rooftops. >> reporter: drivers abandoning their vehicles. >> everybody was like, get out of the car, get out of the car. it's about to get higher and history. >> reporter: climbing ladders to the overpass to escape to higher ground. north of houston, rushing waters spinning this car like a top. the driver escaping through the window. this high schooler jumping into action saving a mother and her toddler when their car begin to sink in a ditch. >> i kicked my slides off and i took my i.d. off and my wallet and i just ran across all the cars.
i didn't care there were cars coming. i dived into the water. >> reporter: at the city's biggest airport a complete groundstop for a time. nearly 800 flights canceled after getting more than 6 inches of rain in just two hours. cars and buses submerged on the roads to the terminals. the access road beyond that point is under water which stuc. the airport is set to re-open today but schools are closed and obviously it's going to be difficult just getting around here. as a matter of fact, i-10 east of here is shut down because a barge -- a couple of barges slammed into a bridge and they're inspecting it for safety. this is reminiscent of hurricane harvey two years ago and obviously for the people who live here this event across southeast texas came way too quickly. michael? >> thank you, rob. they have been going through a lot there. thank so much for that. it is not over yet. more rain is in the forecast this morning. and ginger is tracking the latest.
good morning, ginger. >> if those pictures didn't tell you how big of a deal this was, imelda now the seventh most rain ever in a tropical system in the united states. so harvey is number one and there are only six others before that. gosh, i so want to show you where the heaviest rain fell, it was east of houston and north closest to conroe, winnie taking it to beaumont. that's why i-10 was shut down there. in just 12 hours and that's why we still have flood warnings out there. but also because we could get another inch of rain. we have more tropical moisture, tom, fueling into southeast texas through the day today. even an inch could put more water on top of something that is so saturated. >> so true, we'll keep an eye on houston all weekend. ginger, thank you. now to that terror arrest. disturbing new details about a new jersey man accused of scouting dozens of high-profile locations for possible attacks including the statue of liberty, the u.s. capitol and places like the george washington bridge. whit johnson is there this morning. whit, good morning. >> reporter: tom, good morning to you. prosecutors say alexei saab
trained with hezbollah overseas and then came to the u.s. before 9/11 even happened. for nearly two decades he was accused of conducting surveillance on so-called hot spots like the george washington bridge behind me here and then feeding that information back to say some of america's most iconic landmarks were watched and scouted for possible attacks. times square, the statue of liberty, the u.n., major airports and bridges, dozens of locations in new york alone. this morning, 42-year-old alexei saab under arrest accused of supporting hezbollah. >> hezbollah is a terrorist organization that's controlled and funded by iran. they're across the world. they have been associated or involved in a number of attacks. >> reporter: the fbi says it's now recovering photos and videos from saab's devices, depicting highly populated locations in other major cities like boston's fenway park and the u.s. capitol where they say he looked for
structural weaknesses to maximize damage. saab was living in new jersey. investigators say he came to the u.s. in 2000, applied for citizenship in 2005, becoming a naturalized citizen just three years later. authorities say he traveled to lebanon ten times in 17 years getting extensive weapons training, ak-47s, m-16s and bombmaking. court documents showing drawings saab allegedly made of explosives. >> it's those kind of locations they're looking for because they want to inflict maximum fear and then potentially maximum economic damage on the united states. >> reporter: prosecutors also say that saab attempted to murder a man he suspected to be an israeli spy and then he confessed to a sham marriage in which he was allegedly paid $20,000 to marry a woman he hardly knew to try to gain her citizenship.
if convicted he faces years in prison. tom. >> all right, whit, thanks so much. cecilia. okay, tom. to washington now with those new developments in the case of the whistle-blower who lodged a complaint about president trump and his phone call with a foreign leader. abc news now learned that call was to the president of ukraine. overnight president trump's personal attorney coming to his defense in an explosive interview. our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas has the very latest. >> reporter: this morning, multiple sources telling abc news that whistle-blower complaint involved a phone call between president trump and the president of ukraine earlier this summer. while we don't yet know the details of the call, "the washington post" reports the president made a promise to a foreign leader alarming one administration official who filed a complaint with the inspector general of the intelligence community. the latest accusation will only fuel the concerns of house democrats who were already investigating whether president trump and his personal attorney,
rudy giuliani, were pressuring ukrainian officials to look into vice president joe biden's diplomatic efforts in that country when his son was doing business there during the obama administration. overnight giuliani at first denied those allegations. >> did you ask the ukraine to investigate joe biden? >> no, actually i didn't. >> reporter: then seconds later admitting he did just that. >> you did ask ukraine to look into joe biden. >> of course, i did. >> you just said you didn't. >> reporter: house intelligence chairman adam schiff is alleging a cover-up after the acting director of national intelligence and the justice department blocked the inspector general from sharing the whistle-blower's complaint with congress. in a letter to acting intelligence director joseph maguire, it was bluntly stated that maguire and other state officials were trying to protect the president. >> do you stand by the statement in your letter? >> it likely involves either the president or people around him. >> reporter: but giuliani showing utter contempt for schiff and any congressional investigation. >> if adam schiff sent me a letter i would just tear it up and throw it away. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, of course, of course.
>> reporter: this morning the president weighing in tweet, quote, there was nothing said wrong with a certain foreign leader, suggesting the complaint is from highly partisan whistleblowers. michael? michael? >> thank you very much. now to the global protest that's under way right now. students and workers all around the world are flooding the streets, demanding action on climate change. maggie rulli is at a demonstration in london with the latest. >> reporter: we're here with thousands of protesters right underneath parliament. what is so striking besides the sheer size of protestors here are the age of people demonstrating. almost all of them are students. this group behind me 9 years old. we spoke to a group of 17-year-olds who say they're here today to fight for their future. now, the goal of this strike and really all these strikes around the world is to send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the u.n. climate summit happening this week in new york and one of their many demands is
to say they want to phase out engyfossil fue been hearing time and time again in london this afternoon is they're talking about gretta tundra, that famous swedish activist at just 16 that's become the face of this movement. she famously stepped out of class last year in sweden for the solo clima sikd now look at what her movement has become. we don't know exact numbers yet, guys, but it's looking to be the largest climate protest in our planet's history. tom. >> all right, maggie rulli for us, thank you for that. the latest on rising tensions with iran this morning. we're getting new images of the aftermath from the attack on the saudi oil facilities as the white house considers a peaceful resolution but also keeps military options on the table. chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is tracking the latest from washington and, martha, new clues this morning. >> reporter: exactly, tom. saudi arabia this morning giving journalists the first close-up look of that destruction from the cruise missile and drone attack less than a week ago flying a group of reporters and
photographers including from abc to the badly damaged aramco oil watabilition tower with twisted metal evident and on the ground huge pipes mangled and pierced by the exploding drones and missiles. this comes as the full national security council meets today to discuss the response to the attacks. officials say everything is on the table from nonmilitary options to a robust retaliatory strike which would require additional u.s. forces in the region and some officials fear could risk major escalation. a senior administration official telling abc that the pentagon will push for a more measured response. cecilia. >> so much on the line, okay, martha, thank you. we'll turn now to that growing trouble for canadian prime minister justin trudeau. more images surfacing showing him in black and brownface, and all of this is happening in the middle of a tough re-election campaign. gio benitez is there in montreal with the latest.
good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, cecilia, good morning to you. yeah, his political opponents are calling on him to step down but his allies are rallying around him and this morning trudeau is apologizing but not resigning. following the revelation of a third blackface incident. this time captured on video in an undated clip broadcast on canada's global news. >> it was not something that represents the person i've become, the leader i try to be and it was really embarrassing. >> reporter: the video surfacing just hours after "time" magazine first published this photo of trudeau wearing dark makeup from head to toe while working as a 29-year-old teacher. the photo was published in a private school yearbook. >> i dressed up in an aladdin costume and put makeup on. i shouldn't have done that. i should have known better but i
didn't and i'm really sorry. >> reporter: trudeau saying he also used dark makeup as a teenager to impersonate singer harry belafonte. >> when i was in high school, i dressed up at a talent show and sang "day-o" with makeup on. >> reporter: trudeau who comes from one of canada's most prominent political families says he should have known better. >> i have always acknowledged that i come from a place of privilege, but i now need to acknowledge that comes with a massive blind spot. >> reporter: and it's not clear how much this will affect trudeau in canada because many, many people here are willing to forgive him, but again, he is up for re-election, and election day is just about a month away. michael? >> all right. we'll see if it affects him soon. now to some startling new developments in the vaping emergency. another death reported, this time in missouri, and the cdc now confirming there have
been more than 500 cases of lung injuries associated with vaping. the fda is now launching a criminal investigation. linsey davis is here with the details. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning to you, michael. yes, as you said this morning missouri officials are reporting the first recorded vaping-related death in the state bringing the nationwide death toll to 8. the victim, a man in his 40s who had a history of vaping but normal lung function prior to starting vaping in may of 2019. now, the cdc reports the number of cases involving vaping-related illness has spiked. 530 people in 38 states and one territory have experienced lung injuries associated with the use of e-cigarette or vaping products. a surge of 150 cases in just the past week. now the fda is revealing that it's pursuing a criminal investigation into these vaping-related illnesses. >> seems like every day we're hearing about a vaping-related illness or death. health officials say most of the patients are young and male. >> that's right, three-fourths of them under the age of 25. in the cases where they have the complete data the majority of the patients are young adults
who had a history of e-cigarette or vaping use. the majority of them male. the cdc has yet to find one particular ingredient associated with these incidents, however, they insist that users do not add anything to their cartridges and avoid the black market as well. >> a lot of unknowns out there still. thank you so much. we'll switch gears. we've got a big day for apple fans out there. the new iphones are out, wait no more. ceo tim cook surprising some of the people camped out at the apple store in new york city this morning. the new iphone 11 promises a longer battery life, and the pro model has that now infamous three-lens camera that can shoot the so-called slofie. >> that's what i need. >> the slofie. >> the slofie. apparently it's infamous. i just found out about it today. >> if you don't have a slofie in your life -- >> we need one. we're following so many other big stories this morning. take a look at this. a midair scare. a plane dropping 30,000 feet in minutes. this is a wild story. the passengers on that terrifying ride now speaking
out. new trouble for nfl star antonio brown. nike dropping its sponsorship as he faces that sexual assault allegation. we'll tell you what he told reporters overnight. first, let's head back over to ginger. >> and no, my friends, these are not pictures from houston, but instead mobile, alabama. they had their own tropical moisture hitting a front down there, at least 30 water rescues, more than seven inches of rain reported and now we have severe storms and flash flood potential in the area here. so northern plains into minnesota. keep an eye on western nebraska too. there is even a tornado threat today. your local weather is coming up in 30 seconds. first though, we have got the weekend getaways sponsored by edward jones.
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good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. i'm kumasi aaron. police are searching for the gunman who opened fire at san jose state and almost hitting a student inside of the martin luther king library. the parking garage and library were left riddled with bullets. students around the bay area and around the world are expected to skip class to bring attention to climate change. the strike comes just days before the climate action summit in new york city. good morning. sue hall in the abc7 traffic center with the continuing problems over the altamont pass here at 580 and still over an hour drive. one of the incidents and several this morning. one of them has been cleared, but a couple of big rigs westbound near airway and
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this is expected to be the largest climate protest ever. we have all heard of the running of the bulls but how about, yes, those are not bulls, those are dachshunds. take a look at this. cincinnati kicking off its annual oktoberfest with 100 wiener dogs in those signature hot dog buns costumes. i guess this is a thing. the winner, 1-year-old maple right there, she won her first race ever. you go, maple. you go. >> maple is the wiener? >> yep. >> okay. bad joke. it's friday. i can say a bad joke if i want to. we turn to serious news. terrifying moments in the sky, a plane plunging nearly 30,000 feet in just minutes, oxygen masks, you see them right there, deployed. now we're hearing from some passengers on board that plane and david kerley is at reagan national airport with more. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning. this shows you how quickly something can happen at altitude and how fast the pilots have to react. it was sudden and shocking for the delta passengers. >> i was losing it because you really just didn't understand what was going on.
it was so scary. >> reporter: the jetliner nosing down dramatically losing altitude. some frightened passengers texting their loved ones. >> you know, i thought this is how it's going to end, so i took my son and hugged him up against my chest as hard as i could. >> reporter: the oxygen masks dropping, suggesting that the boeing 767 could be depressurizing. the air so thin with little oxygen at altitude, minutes matter. >> one of the flight attendants i believe grabbed the intercom and repeatedly stated do not panic. do not panic. a lot of people were kind of hyperventilating, breathing really hard. >> reporter: delta said the crew from the flight in atlanta wednesday not good a warning, an irregularity and the procedure is get to 10,000 feet so no warning from the pilots. >> it's scary in the cabin but the pilots don't have time at that initial point. each of those oxygen masks provides about ten minutes of useful oxygen. meaning that the pilots have a very short amount of time to get the airplane down to a lower
altitude. >> reporter: in just eight minutes the jet lost 30,000 feet in altitude from 39,000 feet to 10,000 where the masks are not needed. it doesn't appear this jet actually lost pressure, but it is a real danger. in 2017 an american airlines commuter jet lost pressurization. at least one passenger lost consciousness. and this ryanair jet had to lose nearly 30,000 feet in altitude when it did lose cabin pressure. >> it's actually an uncommon occurrence and so you always see this happy ending, scary for the people in the back, but well handled by the crew. >> reporter: the jet diverted to tampa, the passengers were rebooked to get them to their final destination of ft. lauderdale. delta tells us they flew in a special team to look at the aircraft but so far no indication why the pilots got the warning light. as we say, everyone is okay. >> still a lot of questions.d,ha michae thank you, tom. now to that new backlash for nfl star antonio brown. nike cutting ties with the wide receiv tt xuassault
for the first time since joining the team. paula faris is here with the latest. good morning, paula. >> reporter: good morning, michael. nike is not expounding on why they're dropping him, only that antonio brown is not a nike athlete. that's a direct quote. meantime, brown spoke to reporters for the first time but he did not address the allegations. antonio brown speaking out on thursday for the first time since being signed as a new england patriot. >> i'm excited and grateful to be here, and to be a part of these guys. look forward to getting out there in the home stadium and being with the team. >> reporter: his remarks coming on the same day that sports juggernaut nike dropped him. nike releasing a statement saying simply, antonio brown is not a nike athlete. the star wide receiver didn't address the recent accusations leveled against him, accused over a week ago by his former fitness trainer of sexually assaulting her. these are allegations that he denies. >> with nike taking the stance he is instantly toxic in this environment. obviously it's a devastating blow to him.
he is a big sneaker head so we're still waiting to find out where he's going to come out on that. >> reporter: last year brown appeared in videos visiting nike headquarters and in this popular clip, sneaker shopping with antonio brown, sharing his love of nike shoes, buying five pair for more than a thousand dollars. >> antonio, what have you got in mind? a bit of a throwback. >> reporter: brown had previously appeared in ads for companies like pepsi and pizza hut. >> watch me. >> reporter: reportedly making $2.5 million from endorsement deals in 2017 alone. his contract has since expired with both companies. nike is no stranger to dropping controversial athletes including oscar pistorius, lance armstrong and ray rice. the company not elaborating on their decision to stop working with brown. >> we're still waiting for other shoes to drop to the extent he has more endorsements. i wouldn't be surprised if they were to go away. >> reporter: overnight the lawyer for a second woman
accusing the wide receiver of sexual misconduct says she's been receiving threatening text messages from the nfl star, encouraging people to investigate her background. and brown's camp also denies that particular accuser's allegations. as for this nike sponsorship, we don't know exactly how much it's worth but brown has previously described as huge. notice he didn't say a lot in the locker room. that was the first time he addressed report is. that's because in true patriots fashion media was told you can only ask three questions. not enough time to dive in there. >> thanks, paula. >> you're welcome. happy friday, by the way. >> happy friday. appreciate it. we're going to shift gears. i need a little help from you guys. i need a da, da, da, da, da, da. >> da, da, da, da. >> thank you. today is the day for the alien event. that's why i needed that. >> that was "jaws." >> storm area 51. the movement that started as an internet joke then became an actual phenomenon for people searching for aliens, this is a real thing, and now authorities in nevada are bracing for a possible tourist invasion. will carr is there in rachel, nevada, with all of the latest.
what's going on there, will? >> reporter: cecilia, they've been preparing for a human invasion here in rachel for quite some time. the town only has a population of 54 people and really doesn't have the infrastructure for thousands of people to flood in. in fact, they just finished this makeshift stage late last night. the big question now is exactly how many people are going to show up. so far several hundred earth lings some from as far as france have landed in rachel, the closest town to area 51. that secretive military base long depicted by hollywood as housing extraterrestrial life and technology. advertisers cashing in as well. bud light creating limited edition alien themed cans and merchandise. shak three months ago it started as a joke on facebook. the call by matty roberts to storm area 51 but the joke took
off. more than 2 million people signed up. >> it's insane. i just created a joke while i was playing video games, man, and it's taken off into this absolutely wild monster. >> reporter: he planned on turning the raid into a rave of sort, a musical festival in the desert is. he feared the event could turn into another fyre festival so roberts and the corporate sponsors moved their event to las vegas. but one woman decided having the massive party in rachel was still worth it. >> how was i going to get through this and how was i going to keep people safe? the security is here. the medical is here. the food is here. the toilets are here and most importantly the people are here. >> reporter: even the town worried about people's safety posting online, stay away from rachel this weekend. but that's not stopping e.t. enthusiasts from flocking to the middle of the desert. >> what are you expecting here the next couple of days? >> i don't know. that's what is bringing most people out here. >> reporter: they have food trucks and they have stacks of
water right here, and in the distance, you can see port-a-potties, all being set up at the last minute. some tourists even say they still plan on going to the highly restricted base itself. >> it is an uncomfortable situation but you let the people on that other side of the fence know, you know, who's paying the bills. >> reporter: while the government has never discussed exactly what happens inside area 51, the base has been cloaked in secrecy for decades. the military has actually shut down air space in this area and obviously said it's not a good idea to try to storm area 51. as for this festival, besides this little guy on the beer can, there haven't been alien sightings yet but a lot of people are holding onto hope that they still may see something out of this world. guys. >> well done. well done there. >> will carr starting early with that brewski in his hand. he will knock the edge off. >> let him know who's paying the bills. coming up, it's emmys time. is winter coming or will the
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all right. we are back now with the emmys' excitement. just two days away from tv's biggest night, it's the first major awards show of the season. so the big question, will "game of thrones" continue their reign or be dethroned? give us a prediction, t.j. holmes. >> my goal is to make it through the intro without a winter is coming reference, okay. that's my point. so you can't help but talk about "game of thrones."
look, final season, 32 nominations, a record. i don't know about winter, but more awards are coming. >> oh. >> and the emmy goes to -- >> reporter: two days to go until the emmy awards. here's a prediction for you. >> we've got one more award to go. >> reporter: "game of thrones" will win everything. that's what many are expecting for the ratings powerhouse fresh off its final season. >> we have won the great war. now we will win the last war. >> reporter: "game of thrones" is already the winningest drama series in emmy's history. it has 57 wins overall. >> when you play the game of thrones you win or you die. >> reporter: but stiff competition comes from a newcomer, "succession." >> go on. give it your best shot. >> reporter: "game of thrones" isn't the only series looking to sweep this sunday. >> since i started working for you. >> reporter: "veep" is looking for its fourth win as outstanding comedy series facing
off against "barry," "fleabag" and "the marvelous mrs. maisel." "veep's" vip julia louis-dreyfus could get a seventh emmy win for playing the inept, profanity-laced politician, selina meyer. her six emmys for playing the character, already the most anybody has won for playing the same character. >> yeah. oh, my god. that is so great for me. >> reporter: there is a new kid on the emmy block, phoebe waller-bridge who could pull off an upset for her role in amazon's "fleabag." >> that would ruin my life. >> reporter: some people get upset. their favorite shows, "stranger things," "the handmaid's tale," "big little lies" shut out. let me explain. they're not eligible because of when they premiered. they missed the deadline for being eligible this year. some say they did it by design to avoid the "game of thrones" juggernaut this year. just a rumor but still that's why some of the bigger names aren't in there. but "game of thrones" is likely to clean house. >> "ozark" i like too. >> great show.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. deadly flooding emergency. houston underwater at this hour now bracing for another hit. parts of texas slammed by more than three feet of relentless rain. hundreds of cars trapped in the water. a state of disaster declared. we're live on the ground with the latest. the private lives of preteens. the five-year study tracking them from age 9 to 14. how their self-images and confidence changed. the effect of social media. and what surprised their parents the most. the results revealed this morning. ♪ shut up and drive new overnight rihanna trending worldwide. her size inclusive fashion show packed with blockbuster names dropping at midnight and
instantly available, inside the rihanna revolution. ♪ go, go he's the college football fan who went viral for this sign on "gameday." he just wanted to replenish his beer supply but donations went into overdrive, $100,000 and counting. how he's helping kids with all that money. he's here live on "gma" this morning. >> robin one-on-one with rambo. sylvester stallone back on the big screen with "last blood." what he's telling robin about returning to one of his most famous roles, what really inspired this film and his one piece of advice for anyone headed to hollywood. it's "gma's" instant pot luck party. geoffrey zakarian showing us how to whip up food for a crowd this weekend. chili, queso and meatballs ready in no time as we say good morning, america. ♪ they can't, they won't ♪ they never will ♪ stop the party it's friday, right? >> it is friday. you're right about that, tom. good morning, america.
want to thank you for joining us on this friday morning and thank this beautiful crowd who is outside of our windows here in times square. they must have heard about our instant pot potluck hoping to get in to share the food. >> i like the pit bull playing. celebrity chef geoffrey zakarian, he's here with an easy to make -- some easy to make dishes that can feed a whole party. we're super excited. >> you didn't say the special word, queso. we have queso coming up. speaking of a party, take a look at this guy. that is carson king right there. his sign for beer money went viral. well, now he's using it to raise more than $100,000 to help kids and is joining us live ahead. >> i love how he's taking all this extra money and do something great with it. first we have a lot of news to get to starting with the flooding emergency in texas that prompted at least a thousand rescues. we'll go back to rob marciano who is tracking the latest in houston. good morning again, rob. >> hey, good morning, michael. i know you're sending lots of
love to your hometown of houston. it's been rough in southeast texas. tropical storm imelda spinning up and moving in and not moving, dumping in some cases 43 inches of rain over a three-day stretch and here in houston an all-time record broken for any day in september with over nine inches falling yesterday and there was chaos because of that. roads were flooded. people were stranded. over 1,000 rescues, both from home or cars of people, and folks who didn't need rescued just left their cars out there. we had a fleet of 150 tow trucks that went out to clear those hundreds of cars that were abandoned. folks that needed rescued, there were good samaritans out there getting creative, one of which dropped a ladder down to a man that came up with a child in his arms, saving that child's life. unbelievable stuff. and the kids were in school so a number of schools had to shelter in place as those schools began to flood. there were two fatalities, one of which was a man driving in
water that was far too deep. many of these scenes reminiscent of hurricane harvey which hit the area two years ago with 60 inches of rain. imelda will go down as number four in the record books but this event is far from history, a big cleanup yet to come. cecilia. >> you're so right about that. okay, rob, thank you. we turn to breaking political news. bill de blasio announced he is dropping out of the 2020 presidential race. the new york city mayor has struggled to gain any traction with voters since announcing his candidacy. de blasio saying this morning that he failed to build support because he entered the race later than he would have liked saying the bar is so high so early. he says he will support the democratic nominee. just moments ago apple's ceo tim cook arriving at the new apple store on fifth avenue right here in new york city, that's the video from moments ago, just in time for the big release of the brand new iphone 11 and 11 pro. the doors have opened and people have been lined up for quite a while they're returning to get the new phone promising a longer battery life. that's huge and as well as the pro model now has an infamous
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma." and as you can hear we have a fantastic friday audience with us this morning. [ applause ] yeah. and on monday we've got a really special exclusive. demi moore, she's going one-on-one with diane sawyer. it's a revealing, surprising interview. it's about her life, her struggles, her relationships and what we don't know about her and that is on monday. looking forward to that and now i am looking forward to "pop news" with lara spencer. [ applause ] thank you, michael. good morning, you guys. good morning to you all. we're going to begin with elton john announcing he's not quite ready to say good-bye to that yellow brick road. elton announcing overnight he's
adding seven more shows to his farewell tour, everybody. [ applause ] there is still time. these shows scheduled for april 2020, they will take place in new york and new jersey. the epic by the way three-year tour, the three-year good-bye, has already made 11 sold out stops in new york since kicking off this time last year. tickets to the good-bye we never want to end go on sale to the general public next friday, september 27th. thank you, elton. [ applause ] highly recommend it. if you're watching a music icon and have the opportunity, please go see him. it's really, really moving and you will know every song. >> yeah. >> and he talks about them and how he came up with them so it's really great. also in "pop news," ralph lauren announcing a brand-new collection inspired by jennifer aniston's character on "friends" in honor of the show's 25th anniversary. so many people wanted rachel's
hair. now you can have her clothing. the collection's name is very clever, the one where they wore ralph lauren. the fashion titan partnering with warner brothers and blooming dales and includes pieces that may find their way into jennifer's and your 2019 wardrobe. they are and youdated version of what she wore on the show. you might remember on "friends" rachel got her big break in fashion with a job at ralph lauren, hence the connection. that was back in season 5. the rachel green collection at ralph lauren available at bloomingdale's online or in their stores. [ applause ] >> good idea. >> you like it? >> great idea. >> updated. publishing company penguin books has some new interns. here they are, shots of the dapper little gals. you get it, the penguin book company. they're from the maryland zoo. little and tetra. while it was super fun to have
them roaming the halls it was for a good cause. they're collaborating with the zoo to help conservation efforts to protect the african penguin population. we thank you guys for that. [ applause ] nice. see what they were doing there. you know it is almost halloween. we do love to dress up here at "good morning america." and we have some ideas for you guys. some costumes that we found are going viral online. this is a mom who broke it out early to welcome her daughter home. >> wow. >> yes. >> and she wasn't scared. she's going to her mom. that is a blowup unicorn costume. we thought that was a worth a look. this is another option. ariana grande. >> oh, i love that. >> thank you, next. or how about this. >> oh. >> is that chuckie? >> that is great.
>> he's playing chuckie but we thought it was worth a look. that video has gone wildly viral online. >> a little scary. >> a little scary. >> that, everybody, is "pop news." >> oh, yeah. [ applause ] >> thank you, lara. we're going to turn now to our "gma" cover story, that fiery fashion show from rihanna trending overnight revolutionizing the runway putting on one of the most inclusive and diverse shows ever. >> that's right. the singer and fashion star shaking up the ling ray business showcasing women of different shapes, sizes, skin tones and abilities and some fashion critics are even saying her show is a pointed critique of that other colossus of women's underwear, victoria's secret. this morning, a first look at rihanna's new collection for her lingerie line savage by fenty.
the pop and fashion superstar presenting her show last week but until this morning the look shrouded in secrecy. now the full scope of what some are calling a fashion concert is being revealed complete with gigi hadid and laverne cox, performances by halsey and a squad of dancers. the show being praised for its diversity and inclusion. the stage packed with people of all different shapes, sizes, skin tones, genders and abilities and for the first time, the entire production streaming on amazon where fashionistas will be able to buy the collection starting today. ♪ do you love me >> reporter: the show is only the latest twist in the ling ray wars as savage by fenty and aerie try to take down victoria's secret. their attacks on the lingerie giant are having an impact with victoria's secret's sales down. critics say they're not keeping up with changing tastes and
attitudes. >> her shape and her figure right now is more voluptuous and looks stunning and beautiful and she's going to cater to that woman. ♪ >> reporter: rihanna is already a major player in the beauty world creating fenty beauty in 2017 rocking the makeup world, the first line to include over 40 different shades. the 31-year-old recently revealing to "the new york times," in my own household my father is half black, half white. my mom is black from south america. i was seeing diversity. that's all i knew. growing up i wanted to be darker, always, adding, i didn't even know how bad it was, the void in the market for dark foundation because all i'd seen was black women put makeup on. i don't even think 40 shades is aerhe debut of fenty, her luxury fashion line for the same company that makes louis ee is sounding like a mogul these days and very successful.
>> her makeup is constantly sold out every time you go. >> she is a boss. thank you so much, amy. >> now to a glimpse into the changing lives of kids. a filmmaker followed a group of 9-year-olds for five years to see how their confidence changed. deborah roberts sat down with their parents. good morning, deborah. >> reporter: good morning, michael. if you've lived with or raised an adolescent, you know it is like riding a roller coaster. they're up one day, down the next. experts say it's all about their changing brains, but what are the kidding truly feeling inside? well, thanks to a group called she media which spent those five years with a group of kids for their hatch project we get a close look at childhood in action. >> i am the awesomest. >> reporter: fourth graders unbridled. >> yes, i am a feminist. >> reporter: sounding off on their feelings and self-image. >> it's important for you to be yourself because if you're not yourself then who are you? >> reporter: fe ars these new york kids opened up. 25 of them in all.
today they're high school freshmen. zakie, jojo, julia, gabrielle. their parents reflecting on those years. >> what has surprised you the most? >> just to see how gabrielle has developed, you get to see a bit of your daughter at home but you don't get to see her in an environment like this. >> grappling for identity has become something that's palpable. with the video it's heartbreaking because five years ago she's in her own element. . >> reporter: no surprise, experts say. those once self-assured 9-year-olds at 14 now saying -- >> five years ago i was steadily confident in the things that i was doing. >> now there's a lot more pressure. >> i definitely feel less confident of myself. >> were you prepared for the confidence dip? >> when he says in this video he is less confident i try to
ferret out which part is confidence because he's just realized he doesn't know everything and what part is because he doesn't feel he belongs. >> she seemed so confident. i was not fully expecting as big a dip. >> jojo said she doesn't feel confident. she left this morning in a pink halter top and a plaid jacket. maybe she doesn't feel that way but she's actually on top of it. >> reporter: samantha skey is the ceo of she media. >> i want us to look at this age window because i think it's fundamental to long-term confidence. they're going through puberty at the same time with perpetual feedback from social media. i believe social media directly infringes upon confidence. >> reporter: we've all noticed that as our kids grow, so does their reliance on social media. >> why don't people like my posts? i'm not good enough? >> i'm scared to miss out on things. >> i got rid of all my social media. it made me feel really bad
because i felt like i had to post really often. i'm just a lot happier. >> he started on instagram then he felt the pressure and he felt that it was taking away from his life. >> basically looking at what all these other people are doing. >> right. >> and then they're saying well, why am i not doing that. >> if you had known who your 9-year-old was going to grow up at this stage how would you have parented differently? or would you? >> i probably would have held back on the phone and granting that as early as i did. >> maybe a little bit less tv time. tv became a big thing. >> what about between now and their senior year, 14 and 18, what do you think you're going to see? >> a roller coaster of all roller coasters going through. all of them started high school this year. that's a big adjustment for all of them. >> i think they're better people than i was. >> turn around and suddenly your kid is sneering. where did that kid go? it's hard to watch sometimes, but i want parents to take away the kids are going to be okay.
>> these kids are mostly okay. what a bold and brave other sa he's stil abstaining from social media, amazing, and the girls, their parents say, are much more in tune with what feels healthy and what does not. one dad told us, michael, the kids can handle tough subjects. they just need to be asked and given space without judgment to talk about them. >> i think sometimes as parents you're afraid to throw too much on your kid's plate but so many parents out there watching this morning, what can they do to help their kids keep that early confidence, the confidence that they had when they're nine? >> these parents are saying what's really important, give them a space to talk. these kids got a chance on a regular basis to talk to each other. they'll have those dips. that's just what it is, it's science. these kids' brains change but if you stay there as a parent and listen, let them talk, give them space to do it, they'll probably be okay. let's hope. >> one of the hardest things to do is give your kids a little space. >> you and i are struggling. you have to these.
now to a story that started u morning long about the college football fan who just wanted some beer money, but he got and is giving so much more. >> it's amazing. it was a story we did bring you in "pop." carson king held up this sign you're looking at at "college gameday" on espn. it completely changed his life. he'll join us in a moment but first here's the story. >> reporter: it began as a joke. viewers spotting iowa state fan carson king on saturday during espn's "college gameday" holding up a sign asking for beer money. along with his actual venmo account. >> i thought, oh, what would be kind of funny? maybe someone in the crowd will see it and send me a case of busch light. >> reporter: with that the money started pouring, in hundreds then thousands of dollars, way more than carson needed for that case of beer. so carson made a pledge tweeting i will be donating all but enough for one case of busch
light to the university of iowa children's hospital. that tweet catching the attention of venmo and busch beer. venmo joining the cause tweeting, we see a lot of great stories, but this is one of our faves. busch beer adding, this is why carson is king. both companies pledging to match carson's donation. [ applause ] >> and now we are joined by the man himself, carson king. carson, welcome to the show. >> thank you. it's crazy. >> okay, being low on beer changed your life and it's going to change the lives of so many kids out there. so what do you think about what has happened? >> i think it's just amazing. this all started as a joke, just something to get, you know, a couple of laughs from people, maybe 20 bucks at the max for some busch lattes and it turned into over $300,000 for the children's hospital. it's just insane. >> i see you keep looking down. i know our producer said that in the past half hour alone another
thousand dollars has been donated as we've been talking about it. [ applause ] what was going through your mind as you kept getting pinged? >> it's incredible. i just, you know, i'm overwhelmed the amount of support it's getting. so cool we can do something like this for the kids. >> speaking of that, your donations are going to the university of iowa stead family children's hospital. why there? >> they do a fantastic job for people all over the country. i was broken a lot as a kid. i was pretty rough and tumble so children's hospital have a soft spot in my heart but stead, they're -- they do such great work. the university of iowa does the wave since it overlooks the stadium which is incredible and i'm just, you know, i'm just glad i can help out at all. >> we are too and they're very thankful. in fact, we have a little quick is message for you, take a look. >> all: thanks, carson. >> oh, man. >> thank you, carson. [ applause ]
>> they are so grateful. >> you see that message there and get a chance to see the faces of kids you're helping. how does that make you feel? >> great. i just -- i'm almost at a loss for words. i just -- it's great. i'm so happy i can help. >> well, let's find out how much you're helping. you have your phone in your hand, your venmo account is open. still collecting. minus the one case of busch lattes -- [ laughter ] you currently have how much money? >> in here and after my employer prairie meadows adds $10,000 to this it's going to be $157,000. plaus >> $157,000. carson king, thank you, man. really amazing. >> plus, busch is donating. plus, busch is donating.
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. this is a live look at sfo where a runway closed for 12 days is finally reopened. a repaving an repainting project was finished a week ahead of schedule. meteorologist mike nicco has a quick look at the weather when we return. stick with us. well, actually it is me first. sorry about that. we will take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza where the metering lights are still on, and it is looking jammed here as you make your way into san francisco. otherwise, problems in oakland, west 580 near keller with a couple of accidents reported and just in a sig alert issued for eastbound 580 in oakland and right past 24 and broad away and this is slow and go all morning over the 580 altamont pass area
low 60s except for brentwood an warmer this afternoon and the ♪ welcome back to "gma." we cannot wait to see that "frozen 2" trailer. it looks like elsa and the gang are coming back. you can see the entire trailer first on "gma" this monday. >> yay. >> all right? [ applause ] and now we're going to change it up. now we're heading to the weekend with a potluck party. instant pot luck party for the end of our instant pot challenge. we wanted recipes to feed a
zakariand one ofease welcomeeor [ applause ] >> hello, geoffrey. good to see you. >> hi. >> hi. >> so many people. >> i know. we're all -- >> i don't have to do anything. >> geoffrey, what we wanted to do, today we wanted to learn how to make enough food for a crowd. lara and i had our shot at it. we had some good food made for us. ginger informed me she has one of these but the food never tastes right. >> nope, never does. >> ginger, tom, cecilia, it's their turn. >> all right. >> what will we do. >> a bunch of stuff for a crowd but we'll do a queso dip. everybody loves queso. the problem with what's happening, it's not you, it's the recipe, okay. because food -- this isn't a magical device that's really great but the recipe has t here
>> pour it in? >> cream cheese. >> does it matter. >> very easy. >> does it matter what kind of cheat? >> cream cheese, tomatoes, right, chopped jalapenos. >> this is cooking, wow. >> milk, pap freak i can't. put it on, your instant pot. five minutes, done. high pressure. right here. >> if you want to double it because a lot want to do a big party, do you cook it for longer. >> no. that's like a wife's tale. same five minutes, it's just the amount of stuff have you in there. five minutes and you can share it. we made it's healthy. it's not that healthy but at least you feel good. >> what do you think, cecilia? >> we have chips, radishes. >> it's queso but it's for a crowd. >> it's delicious. >> give it a try. >> are you on a diet? >> i love queso. i'm addicted to it. >> you can use it as a dip.
that's hear ee doing or use it in your next dish with your next dish. >> i'm going to make another. >> you would think with the instant pot chili would be perfect. >> i'm doing turkey chili. i love chili. you can use dark meat, white meat. i seared off the turkey first on the saute mode and we'll dump and stir. a term we use. >> everything, go. salt, pepper. >> scallions. >>goer for it. >> it's not a speed drill. >> beans. >> everyone has got to get it together. >> some tomato paste. >> all of it? >> one of my favorites, beer. >> beer, all right. >> i always have beer. can you have beer with it. >> everybody got so excited when you said beer. >> chicken stock and fire roasted tomatoes which is tomatoes grilled, basically. you cover that on high 20 minutes, done. >> only 20 minutes. >> i can do this?
for people like ginger, sometimes when you're cooking here it says burn. what does that mean. >> burn means, you know what that means. >> i know what it's means. >> the pot telling you you'll have a problem. you want to stop, hit the cancel. >> like drop and roll. >> take it out, exactly. take out -- scrape off the bottom then put more liquid in it. it means there's not enough liquid. it warns you before it happens. >> turkey chili here. >> this is the turkey chili. crema. you put out all the spreads. the crema, chili, garnishes. some people like cream, you don't have to put it on everybody's. >> i'm going at it. >> 20 minutes. 20 minutes. okay. [ applause ] >> can you do it with more meat? >> we'll help start right here. you like -- i know you like meatballs. >> i'm out the way. >> this is three-meat meatballs again. beef, veal and sausage. i love sausage because sausage
has all that great flavor. why not use it. it's dump garlic, onions, parmesan cheese. >> oh. >> lots of it. >> egg. >> and cream and then we'll mix, mix, mix. >> probably. >> you don't have to mix it. you don't have to mix it. we've done that for you and take these and want to put them in this pot here and put oil. >> how much oil? >> you're browning these in -- >> no. >> then put them in. this is already hot. >> ready? >> saute. >> this is the beauty this all in one pan, okay. so obviously -- >> you take these and take them out and guess what, you'll leave the fat. all that fat is love. it's love and flavor. that's what it is. the days of low fat stuff is crazy because that's where the flavor is >> that's what i tell my waistline. >> it's love. >> you'll put all of these in and do this for how long? just a few -- four minutes until it's brown.
you're into the cooking them. just searing them. >> so i see, see all the good stuff in there. >> you don't have to stir them. >> turn them once. >> sauce, tomayto, tomahto. salt, pepper. garlic. basil. >> ginger, you're doing it. >> a many, you guys. >> chopped roesmary. >> oh, yum. >> all right. put these in. you put in these eight minutes and you got a magnificent bunch of meatballs. >> eight minutes. [ applause ] >> now -- >> i know when you do use it a lot there is a silicone band that gets dirty. >> everything that is new has a new car smell. you cook and burn it off first, vinegar, water and lemon on the steam and it's all gone and clean. >> you can do that again. >> you want to try it?
try the meatballs. >> i think ginger -- it says burn right now, ginger. >> still in there. >> come in. come over here. >> i can't eat it because i have to talk, you guys, so you can get these recipes on our website and everyone in our audience, you're going home with the duo nova instant pot. that's right. and not only that, not only that, a little more. and so to make sure you know what you're doing we'll send you home with the i love my instant pot meals recipe book as well. there you go. everybody, stay right there. we'll be right back. cooper! did you eat all of your treats? ♪ help! i need somebody ♪ help! not just anybody ♪ help! you know i need someone
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what would you have done differently? >> announcer: demi moore, who is she? once the highest paid woman in hollywood. risk-taker and at the height of her career she walked away from it all. why? now demi moore, diane sawyer, from marriage. >> let me talk about you and men. >> announcer: to motherhood. surprising, revealing. maybe the most amazing thing about her life is what you don't yet know. demi moore, the interview with diane sawyer starting monday on "gma." [ applause ] we are back now with the
return of rambo. sylvester stallone's beloved character is back in "rambo: last blood" and robin had a chance to sit down with the star to find out if it's really the final chapter. >> i'm going to tear you apart. >> reporter: john rambo is back. 37 years after sylvester stallone first brought you the iconic war hero, he returns for the fifth action-packed thriller "rambo: last blood." he's home in arizona. >> he went home. and 11 years ago when i finished it i went he's walking down the road and everyone is going, oh, good ending and i'm laying in bed and ten years later i went, who is in the house? there could be a movie in the house. depends. so that's where it started and when he goes inside he finds a family and that's where the audience catches up to them. >> there's no reason for a man to throw his family away. he's lucky he has one. >> "last blood," is it really the last time because the way it
ends, you feel that there -- the story could continue. >> no, it's the last. it's the last. i mean, i will -- it's the last. it'll never happen again just like the second or the third one. i'm the worst. i mean seriously, call me untrustworthy because i just -- i'm a man of my word. no. >> what is it? >> something happens. it's only been two rambos in 31 years so if you dig deep enough just like there's another rocky. >> do you want it? >> i'm on the fence. it's a lot of work. it's a lot of work but it's a lot of story. you have to have a nemesis, a great nemesis, one -- when i see people like apollo creed, carl weathers, he is one in a trillion. i'm telling you, the voice, arrogance, movement. then you have, of course, mr. t. give me a break. where do you find that? and dolph lundgren. the intense hatred i felt for that guy that i know every other
guy in america was. >> your daughter was here not too long ago. feature film. what advice do you give her? >> i told her, man, i give it to every actor, this has to be something that is made for people that have alligator skin because it's all about rejection, rejection, rejection rather than taking and beat yourself up which most actors do, you have to be able to somehow channel it. >> we've come all this way and don't even see the temple. really? >> it's good for young actors to hear this because they forget your story. they see the end result now but they forget the story about how you got rejection after rejection and you were not going to take no for an answer. >> i refuse, refused to go down unless i have failed every cell in the body has failed? so why should people come see this film. >> i think it's fantastic. i think it hits the violence,
yes, it's there. it's hard and it's real. i didn't want to candy coat it but the fact that you will be able to relate, everyone who has a family knows that the worst fear in the world is when that family is taken or jeopardized. >> but there seems like there's a lot of john rambo in you other than the violence part of it. >> there's 100%. my father is a very hard man. i try -- i try, i try and i channel it, this kind of expression, i think you just have it in you and it's better i do it there than somewhere else, you know. but i went, okay, then why don't you use that for that kind of character. the screen really does if you look closely, it tells you who that person is because you can't hide from yourself. >> we don't want to hide from you. >> no. >> you come screaming through. thank you, sylvester. >> thank you. >> robin said it we don't
want to hide from you. i am looking forward to this. i'm the biggest rambo fan. keep making them. "rambo: last blood" is in theaters today. >> i love what he said, you can see right into people. so true. how about we talk about how beautiful it is going to be. you all are staying in new york this weekend. well, the east coast should be very pleasant but you can already see the waves kicking above six to even ten feet up into parts of coastal new england so if you plan to go to the beach there are rip currents everywhere because of humberto, that hurricane that lashed over the bermuda just yesterday and wednesday night and look at that. even though the air temperature is nice, keep that in mi
leonard, michael what, do you have coming up on "strahan, sara & keke." >> it is a real friday fun day on "strahan, sara & keke," everybody. emmy predictions with michele collins and i'm glad you gave us warnings about surf because we're going surfing. if you ever seen me surf you don't want to miss it. we're not sure it's going to make you laugh but i guarantee you you'll laughment see you at lunchtime. next on "gma," "mixed-ish" stars
about something that whback for that's about to actually flash forward. there's been a lot of talk about a "saved by the bell" reboot. you played the one and only zack morris. we warned you we were going to try to clear up rumors. are you or aren't you coming back as the beloved zack morris? >> at the moment i have not been approached to come back so -- >> open to it. >> i've always been open to it. >> okay. [ applause ] i feel like we got some business done. >> i mean -- >> i'll say no. >> you better talk to my tv wife. >> he can multitask. >> on behalf of abc, we say no. >> i believe the man is capable of multitasking however i agree. this show, i got a sneak peek. it is fantastic. i want to ask you, you were a big "saved by the bell" fan. >> this is news to me. >> yes. >> oh, you didn't know. meanwhile she told our producers when she started shooting with
you, oh, my god, oh, my god, that is zack morris while she was trying to do scenes. >> we were talking on set. do you know -ing about you. >> don't be alarmed. >> don't be alarmed. >> now he, yeah, i mean it's surreal that i get to work with mark-paul now. >> you're over that by now. >> i'm so over it. >> i'm so over it. >> it was like the first day and into episode 6, mark-paul. >> he is fantastic to work with. i feel like i'm living every girl's dream. >> me too. >> it's a nightmare. >> you play husband and wife. you play the parents of rainbow, her character played by tracee ellis ross, also executive producer of the show. do you want to see a little peek? [ applause ] >> you're saying being mixed makes us weirdos. >> it looks that way. >> definitely feels that way. >> no, you don't have to worry what those other kids think. they're idiots. >> that's right. you weren't weirdos on the commune and you're not weirdos
here. [ applause ] >> it's a really great concept. the ish shows are so smart, the writing is great. how did you enjoy wearing the clothes of my people in t the '80s? '80s fashion is fabulous. >> we grew up in the '80s as well. >> well, we did. >> right. >> well, i was like a little younger than you. [ laughter ] but i get to live that now and it's so fun because a lot of the stuff is in now and -- >> totally in. >> you can go online. oh, i wore that -- a lot is from thrift stores. i think it will be fun. >> my character is still stuck in the '70s with the hair. >> i saw that. >> and little hippie vibe. mine will stay securely in the '70s to are a while. he's staying true -- >> the commune life. >> he doesn't want to adapt to the '80s just yet. but everyone else in the family sort of has to. >> the show has a reallyre conversation as the ish family
does do so well, are you excited for your little girl to see the show. >> oh, my gosh. i'm glad a lot of people will see themselves on screen represented being biracial. oh, my daughter. ella. thank you. also think it's about identity and it's about otherness and it's about belonging. another segment you were talking to kids and them not feeling like they belong. i think it's for everybody and the ish world does such a great job about talking about relevant issues that pertain to now. it'll be fun. you guys will gag and you guys are going -- >> oh, boy. >> in a good way. you'll be like, oh. oh. yeah, it's like fun times. >> tracee ellis ross was just on "gma." is so proud of this and we're so excited for it to premiere.cong. welcome to the abc family. >> thank you. >> everybody, check out "mixed-ish" premiering tuesday,
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let's get up and get going. "a good mornings, i'm liz and this is "abc7 mornings" and this is mike nicco with the forecast. >> hi, liz. everybody. santa cruz right now where they are grooming the sand waiting for the busy week and 80 today and 84 tomorrow, and then 82 sunday with sunshine for the beaches. if you are out and about, warm sunshine everywhere, and the coasts and richmond and san mateo and the rest of the bay, and even hotter tomorrow, and next week. sue? >> we have a special traffic alert and this is eastbound 580 in oakland near 24 and broadway and the several lanes are blocked there and the several vehicles are there, and no estimated of time reopening the lanes and we also have a new accident south 880 and south freemont and that is blocking thank and time for"le with kelk