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we begin our 2016 coverage with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. he is in indianapolis this morning. good morning. >> good morning to you. a steady stream of voters arriving here early this morning. in indiana, the polls opened a short time ago. ted cruz got the one-on-one matchup with donald trump he wanted, but trump is looking for his seventh straight win. if the numbers hold, by this time tomorrow, the general election matchup could be all but set. >> reporter: donald trump rallying the faithful near notre dame, looking to rack up a decisive win. >> indiana is becoming very important. it's called importantville. >> reporter: many americans are turning their attention to the fall. new this morning, the latest online poll shows trump narrowing the gap with hillary clinton, trailing her by six points. 20% of voters still undecided. despite charges of sexism, trump is revisiting his rant against clinton for shouting at her events. >> if she was a man, i could say it. as a woman, ladies, i'm not allowed to say it. she was screaming at the
teleprompter, but i won't say it. >> reporter: facing a do or die in indiana, cruz is running into a wall of opposition. >> a question everyone here should ask -- >> are you canadian? >> reporter: confronting trump supporters. >> lying ted! >> don't just scream and yell. >> reporter: cruz insists, win or lose, indiana is not his last stand, with nbc's hallie jackson. >> we are in for the distance. we are competing. as long as we have a viable path to victory, i am in till the end. >> what does that mean? >> nobody is going to get to 1,237. >> reporter: there have been missteps. 83% of americans say cruz picked carly fiorina as a running mate to revitalize his campaign. fiorina recently fell off stage. >> cruz didn't do anything. even i would have helped her.
>> reporter: new evidence how democratic candidates may attack their republican opponents. by blinking them to trump's words. >> i'd look her in the fat, ugly face of hers. >> reporter: president obama going after the republican front runner in a new interview with a new hampshire local tv station. >> he is not somebody who, even within the republican party, can be considered as equipped to deal with the problems of this office. >> for months, donald trump's critics said he had a ceiling but he's blasted through it again. our new survey monkey poll showing him at 56% support nationwide among republicans. the spike another sign that traditional republicans are beginning to rally together behind the front runner. savannah and matt? >> peter alexander on the republicans. thank you. let's turn to the democratic side of things. hillary clinton holds a slight lead over bernie sanders heading into today's indiana primary. it's this encounter in west virginia, with a father who lost his job as a coal worker, that's getting a lot of attention this
morning. nbc's andrea mitchell has more on that. good morng. >> good morning, matt. it was that conversation, a round table here in west virginia, when the unemployed coal worker pressed clinton hard on comments she'd made about the coal industry earlier this year. remarks, she said, that didn't accurately reflect her efforts to help the area hit hard by job losses. >> reporter: while looking for mine support in trump-friendly coal country, hillary clinton in a rare and candid moment on the campaign trail. >> i do feel a little bit sad and sorry i gave folks the reason or excuse to be so upset with me. that is not what i intended at all. >> reporter: the democratic front runner apologizing to a father of three, bo copley, who recently lost his job at a coal company. >> unfortunately, my circumstance, being here, is not
as pleasant as what everyone else's is. >> reporter: copley fighting back tears as he confronted clinton about comments she'd made earlier this year at an ohio town hall. >> we're going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business. >> i just want to know how you can say you're going to put a lot of coal miners out of jobs, and then come in here and tell us how you're going to be our friend. >> i have been talking about helping coal country for a very long time. >> reporter: clinton says her remarks were taken out of context, as she touted the $30 billion plan she had announced last year to help the struggling coal community. >> what i was saying is that the way things are going now, we will continue to lose jobs. i didn't mean we were going to do it. what i said was, that is going to happen unless we take action to try to help and prevent it. >> clinton went on to say that she knows she faces an uphill battle with the voters in this region. as for copley, who is a
republican, he says he doesn't know who he'll vote for, but that he does not feel swayed by her apology. interesting and candid moment. unusual moment on the campaign trail. matt and savannah. >> certainly is. andrea, thanks very much. mike murphy, adviser to the jeb bush campaign and now an nbc news political analyst. mike, good morning to you. let's start on the gop side. indiana is important because of the calendar but it is a microcosm, isn't it, of the gop. you have evangelicals and conservatives, blue collar americans. is that why it counts? >> every kind of republican is there. theoretically, if cruz is going to stop trump, midwestern state like that is not trump's home region. it's more open field playing ground. he should be able to do it. if the polling is right, and it probably is, trump will have a good night. it's not only delegates now. it's the phycology. trump is a steam rolling going on, which could be the path to california and the end. >> could be early to do the
obituary, but why didn't the stop trump movement get off the ground? >> that is important. trump is selling what the grievance half of the party wants. the big donors don't like trump but they don't love cruz either. give me $3 million to switch from one unpopular outcome to another hasn't been a good pitch. >> let's switch over to the democrats for a second. it's tight in indiana. hypothetically, if bernie sanders loses to hillary clinton there tonight, how does he make the argument to anyone that he's anything but hurting the presumptive nominee? >> that's the box he's in. he's captured the hearts and minds but not the super delegates. even with a few more wins, mathematically, she's in the driver's seat. he doesn't have the power, i believe, to be nominated, but he has the power to make her life hell because of his grip of millenials, which is important for her. >> she wants to move on to the general election and is hiring
battle ground state officials. >> she has to wash the bear without getting the fur wet. push him aside, but don't make an enemy to out of him for the general. >> use an olive branch for his supporters. >> they're fighting for something. i think the clinton campaign better create a fight that doesn't involve her for him. that energy has to do go somewhere. the clinton folks need to move it from anti-clinton on to some policy, something to get his movement something to do, other than blow up the convention with her. >> mike murphy, thank you. >> thank you, mike. appreciate it. breaking news this morning from iraq. defense secretary ash carter announcing an american serviceman has been killed in combat near the northern iraqi city of erbil. he didn't provide any further details, but the u.s. central command added that the serviceman died as a result of enemy fire. last month, secretary carter
revealed the u.s. was sending 200 more troops to iraq to battle isis. southern states are still having a rough go of it this morning after days of heavy rain and flash flooding. there is more on tap today up and down the east coast now. dylan is in for al this morning. we're feeling it this morning. >> up and down the east coast, it is not going to be a nice day. we also have the flooding concerns down south because all of that water we've seen recently is still trickling into the rivers. for example, the red river in shreveport, louisiana, is going to rise until thursday and then recede. up and down the east coast yesterday, strong storms in maryland and virginia. reports of tennis ball and baseball-sized hail. 78 hail reports yesterday. today, a similar situation with the stalled front producing steady showers across the northeast. they'll last until noon, then it'll become more showery later this afternoon. a line of strong storms moving to eastern north carolina.
another round of strong storms in columbia, south carolina, most of north carolina, even into southern virginia, we could see severe hail, damaging wind gusts. we could pick up one to two inches of rain. flash flooding possible. i think hail, again, is going to be the big story. >> dylan, we'll check back in in a moment. johnson & johnson is ordered to pay $5 million to a woman who claimed that using the company's talcum powder products caused her to develop ovarian cancer. natalie is following the story. >> it is a $55 million settlement. johnson & johnson plans to appeal. it's the second straight trial loss for the company this year. it is facing about 1,200 other lawsuits, accusing it of not adequately warning consumers of the talc-based products cancer risk. >> reporter: johnson & johnson, the world's largest maker of health care products, in hot water again. ordered to pay $55 million to a 62-year-old south dakota woman who blamed her ovarian cancer on the company's talcum powder. gloria ristesund said she used
j&j's talc products for four decades. according to her lawyer, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and had to undergo a hysterectomy and related surgeries. her cancer is now in remission. this decision comes just over two months after another case against johnson & johnson in which $72 million was awarded to the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer after years of using talc powder for feminine hygiene. ristesund's lawyer claims johnson & johnson documents show the company knew of health concerns regarding the use of talcum powder since the mid-1970s. johnson & johnson claims there is no link between its products and ovarian cancer. >> we are confident in our position, that there is no causal association between talc and ovarian cancer. product safety is and will continue to be our highest priority. >> in a statement, johnson & johnson says, we will appeal the recent verdict and continue to defend the safety of johnson's baby powder.
the company is also appealing the previous $72 million lawsuit. it faces another talc trial in september, guys. >> natalie, thank you. also in the headlines, the news that the nation's airlines racked up record profits in 2015. in fact, more than three times what they raked in the year before. the result of packed planes and those who pay bag fees. but there is good news for airfares. nbc's tom costello covers aviation. good morning to you. >> good morning. it may be hard to believe, but airfares are pretty cheap. we're sitting at multi-year lows. one big reason, cheap jet fuel. >> reporter: for the nation's airlines, the skies are awfully friendly. $26 billion in profits in 2015. with those hated baggage fees accounting for nearly $4 billion. >> i don't like to have to pay for a bag to be checked. if i'm going somewhere, i'm
going to be bringing a bag. >> reporter: it's the rock bottom oil prices that made fueling the plane a lot cheaper. >> jet fuel is anywhere from the first or second cost, depending on how high it is. >> reporter: what are the airlines doing with the cash? replacing aging aircraft, on average, one a day. upgrading lounging and paying employees more. adding apps, streaming entertainment and in plane wi-fi. good news for passengers, hopper says the airfares are at the lowest levels in seven years. the average air fare into new york this april was $224, $14 cheaper than a year ago. into denver, $26 cheaper this year. $30 cheaper into chicago. $42 cheaper into l.a.x. into orlando, $55 cheaper. more pocket money for hotels, meals and entertainment. now, heading into summer, air fares are expected to rise slightly but remain lower than last year. even for most international destinations.
>> what we expect is that air fare will peak in june and tend to slide through the summer. >> reporter: be warned, cheaper air fares means planes will be packed this summer. >> and the tsa is warning lines are likely to be very long, hours long, going until september. you might have gotten here two hours early before, you need to get to your airport, in some cases, three hours before your flight, to ensure you get through the tsa line. they don't have enough screeners for a record 2 million passengers a day. back to you. >> going to be a long summer. tom costello, thank you. new developments this morning in the ongoing battle over prince's estate. a minnesota judge appointed a special administrator to oversee the estate. prince's sister and four half siblings appeared in court to begin sorting out the estate. it is said to be worth $300 million. it's complicated because prince
is not known to have left a will. he was found dead april 21st. law enforcement has told nbc news that prescription painkillers were found on prince's body and inside his paisley park estate. want to show you amazing video of american servicemen in south korea who helped coordinate the rescue of three young children. the u.s. soldiers and airmen were at a nearby shopping center when they heard a commotion. they saw a mom holding a baby out of a window four floors up, as smoke came out of the window. the servicemen gathered blankets, spread them out and caught the children as the woman dropped them one by one. the kids all okay. the mother suffered non-life threatening injuries. >> good for them. the road to rio. the olympic torch arrived in brasilia. the capital to begin the relay to the host country. this is the first day of the torch relay on the host
country's soil. more than 12,000 relay runners will carry the flame. it's a 95-day tour ahead of the opening ceremony on august 5th. you'll see that on nbc. if you think american politics has gotten ugly this campaign season, check out what's going on in turkey. a brawl erupted in parliament as committee members met to discuss changes to the constitution there. several lawmakers were injured in the melee. this is not the first time fists started flying in parliament. last week's session also turned violent. >> could always be worse. >> amazing. dylan has the rest of the forecast. >> both coasts dealing with rain today. the heaviest will be up and down the east coast, in the carolinas. we could see isolated strong storms this afternoon. the middle of the country, just a couple scattered showers and storms. nothing all that heavy. we'll dry things out for a few days near texas and into louisiana, where it's been wet lately. we will see rain in the pacific northwest. that's a look at the weather across the country. your local forecast is coming up in 30 seconds.
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lot of buzz all around the world. even with people who don't consider themselves soccer fans. lester city beat 5,000 to 1 odds to win the premier league on monday. chelsea won. check out the reaction of the players gathered around, watching the game on tv. >> yeah! >> do you think they're happy? you know who else is happy? how about the people who put a small bet on lester city to win that league at the beginning of the season? 5,000 to 1 odds. >> amazing. >> haven't won in 130 something years. >> weren't they taken down two years ago? >> they became premiership two years ago, but considered last year moving down again.
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7:30 now on a tuesday morning. it's the 3rd of may, 2016. some umbrellas out in midtown manhattan today. rain falling. has been for a while. let's take a look at the headlines. u.s. serviceman has been killed in combat in the northern iraqi city of erbil. an official telling the associated press the death was from direct fire after isis forces broke through a line of kurdish troops. primary day in indiana, where hillary clinton and donald trump are leading in the polls. during his final rally in the hoosier state, donald trump said a win would essentially end the republican race, and gave voters a taste of what the general election could look like. >> look at hillary with her
coal. remember the ad? who is going to be awake at 3:00 in the morning? when they called her on benghazi, she was sleeping, folks. she was sleeping. >> our latest surveymonkey online poll shows trump trailing clinton in a potential matchup by just six points. an administrator has been set to oversee prince's estate. his sister said he had no known will at the time of his death. a wake-up call for millions of americans who have problems sleeping and the recommendation being made by experts might surprise you. >> reporter: at night when most americans go to bed, others can only dream of a restful night's sleep. nearly 40 million people are sleepless in america. 10% suffer from chronic insomnia. trouble sleeping three nights every week for more than three months. the effects can include fatigue, poor cognitive function and mood swings. it's more common in women and older adults. new guidelines from the american
college of physicians ha sphysi. >> cognitive behavioral therapy works effectively, and we need to get patients and physicians to embrace it. >> reporter: the new recommendations includes no naps, which interferes with the regular bedtime. eliminating distractions, like electronics. if you're awake after 20 minutes, don't lie there. get out of bed. some doctors suggest reading a boring book. the national sleep foundation recommends seven to nine hours of sleep. for those who struggle to get that, lack of sleep increases your risk of heart disease, diabetes and obesity. the next time you find yourself desperate for a good night's sleep, experts say, the answer is not in a pill. >> here with more is dr. natalie azar. dr. azar, good morning. >> nice to see you. >> cognitive behavioral therapy, i have to think as an insomniac,
not me, but i don't think they'd feel this would work. >> the evidence says it really does. the idea here is that it's a structured program that's replacing harmful thoughts and behaviors with ones that promote sound sleep habits. sounds very good. it's a three-pronged approach. the first thing is address the bad thought. the idea is you get nervous about sleep. i won't get to sleep, i don't wake up on time, then i'll lose my job. i have to address and change those thoughts. the second and third part really have to do more with behavioral changes. that is, it's the tips we saw. basically, getting out of bed after 20 minutes. going to bed at the same time every night. waking up at the same time every morning. associating bed with sleep and intimacy. the last one we talk about a lot are the things like no tobacco, alcohol, caffeine before bed,
avoiding the blue light of devices before bed. >> no naps. tell someone who hasn't had any sleep all night that they shouldn't get a half hour of sleep during the day. it sounds impossible. >> sounds impossible. one of the parts of the behavioral change is sleep restriction. they do do that. they say, no naps, and you have to go to bed late for a short period of time. it induces sleep depravation early on, but ultimately, it breaks the cycle. you're more tired and you'll sleep more soundly. >> is there a larger concern, that taking the sleep medications for a prolonged period of time cannot be recommended? >> actually, the fda only approves, wants the medications to be taken for about four to five weeks at a time. they can be associated with serious adverse effects. cognitive behavioral therapy, aka, non-medication therapy, as well as being non-invasive, is really not associated with very much harm. it's six to eight weeks,
structured program, and you have to stick to it. >> i have to go home and break up with ambien. >> dr. azar, thank you. let's get a check of the weather from dylan, in for al. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by soma, your new bra destination in 32 a to 44 g. >> we've got a blocking pattern called the omega block. it looked like the greek letter omega. it's a block because it's not moving all that quickly. for the southwest and down into texas, that means we're going to keep the sunshine around. finally time to dry things out. in the northeast and the great lakes, it means it'll stay unsettled. we'll start to see the unsettled weather move to the west coast. we are going to see nice conditions down through texas, into louisiana, arkansas. that'll help with the receding of the rivers that are on the rise right now. in the northeast, we are looking for spotty showers, heavier rain this morning.
we could see stronger storms this afternoon through the carolinas. down in the southeast, pockets of heavier rain, too. then we'll dry out as we get to the weekend. temperature wise, it is really going to warm up with highs about ten degrees above average. into dallas, highs in the lower 80s. little rock, the upper 70s. minneapolis should get into the 70s, upper 70s, by the time we get to thursday. rapid city, 85 degrees by thursday. in the meantime, today, we have this stalled front that'll trigger strong storms, hail and wind >>. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. temperatures in the mid 50s. a lot of clouds as we start out the day and expect them to stay around throughout the afternoon. expect a high of 64 in san francisco. 68 in the north bay. in the east bay 66. the warriors and a's playing today in the east bay and oakland. it will be busy there. up to 75 in the tri-valley.
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crime that devastated one young woman's family. now the man convicted of killing chandra levy is about to face a retrial that could ultimately set him free. >> no matter what, we don't have our daughter back. >> reporter: 15 years and still no solace for the parents of chandra levy. >> he has tremendous anger. >> yeah. >> i have tremendous sadness. the anger and sadness is really the same. >> this morning, the disappearance of chandra levy. >> reporter: just 24 when she disappeared in washington, d.c., the search for the former federal intern chandra levy captivated the media and ended a promising career. she was last seen may 1st, 2001. >> her bags were packed, the doors were locked. she left her credit cards, cash, all those things. >> reporter: with demonstrations in her honor in her native california, and searches in the nation's capital, the media gave allegations she was having an
affair with her hometown congressman, gary koncondit. >> older and wiser. >> reporter: months of bad press and unfounded suspicion ruined condit's career. a jailhouse informant claimed another inmate, ingma ingmar guandique, confessed to killing her. he was already being held for two attacks on young women jobbijob i -- jogging in rock creek park, the same park chandra was in. a man came across levy's remains in a heavily wooded, remote part of the park that officials had been searching. it was a cold case until 2006 when a new police chief started a new task force.
it reignited public interest in levy. guandique was charged in 2009, eight years after levy's murder. in november 2010, he was convicted in a trial that relied heavily on circumstantial evidence and sentenced to 60 years in prison. for chandra's parents, there was relief, but also pain. that persists even today. >> through moments of my very harsh -- our harsh pain, you tr transcend and you help others. that's how sometimes i live. >> reporter: her mother, susan, now uses art as an outlet to channel her grief. >> the work is a lot of pain. i'm open about the pain that i have endured and so many other people, also, have endured. >> reporter: today, former congressman gary condit splits time between california and
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we are just in awe of them. >> indeed, in awe. "the voice"'s top ten contestants came out to honor the servicem men and women. dr. biden writing, love seeing all the families at "the voice." pharrell chiming in. and look at this behind the scenes photo from carson. just chilling at "the voice" with flotus. it was the start for michelle obama, marking the anniversary at prince harry's games to support our troops. talk about warming your hearts this morning. that was major. >> nice stuff. >> family rotamron, thank you. >> good to see a picture of carson, too. everything is okay. >> please write. fashion's biggest event of the year, the annual met gala.
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==anim== happening now... ==dbox== our bob redell ise a very good morning to you. 7:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a massive all-day charity is under way. >> that's the amount raised since midnight. $1.5 million. that's going to help over 1,000 local nonprofits. what will this money do for you? >> provide free support services for cancer patients and their family. >> how will the money help you? >> provide scholarships soy individuals can get the help they need to do better in school. >> what you want to donate go to nbcbayarea.com. great causes out there. >> let's check the forecast with kari. >> good morning. we will have low clouds with us throughout the morning. most of the afternoon along the coast. there will be peeks of sunshine
inland and spotty rain in the forecast tomorrow. let's get a look at temperatures. 7:00 in oakland. 59 in san jose. mild weather with highs expected in the low to mid 70s for south bay. 63 along the coast and 70 as you go closer to 101. we'll have temperatures in the 70s for the north bay. 76 in antioch today. a couple of spotty sprinkles in that forecast. let's head over to mike for the morning commute. >> we are seeing a lot of traffic on the roads. it was easing into this tuesday commute. slowing there as well as past the coliseum. this evening a's and warriors play. if you can use mass transit. northbound routes continue to build through santa clara county. live look will show you southbound. the whole zone slow. >> another local news update in a half hour. have a great morning.
♪ it's 8:00 on "today". coming up, ad outrage. an old navy advertisement featuring an interracial family sparked a backlash online. the models are speaking out. ♪ i can make your hands clap plus, fashion forward. >> look at my arm. >> i love it. >> i wanted functional technology. i wanted to wear it. >> this is a nice fashion celebration, to celebrate what is great about fashion. >> we'll take you inside the glitz and glamour of the met gala, as we look at the hits and misses on the red carpet. secret to sleep? the controversial new approach to getting your baby to sleep. today, tuesday, may 3rd, 2016. ♪ this is the life
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that the woman in your life will love. first, let's go inside to natalie with a check of the morning's top stories. >> good morning. once again, donald trump is hoping a big win in today's indiana presidential primary will force republican rival ted cruz to drop out of the race. polls show trump with a big lead. cruz says he'll stay in the race as long as he has a viable path to victory. a new nbc news/surveymonkey national poll shows trump pulling within six points of hillary clinton in a general election matchup. clinton apologized to an unemployed coal industry worker during a campaign visit to west virginia on monday. he asked about comments she made in march about shifting the country away from fossil fuel and creating jobs and renewable energy. >> i want to know how you can say you're going to put coal miners out of jobs, and then come in here and tell us how you're going to be our friend. >> it was a misstatement. what i was saying was that the
way things are going now, we will continue to lose jobs. >> clinton said she realizes that she faces an uphill battle in that region. the west virginia primary is next week. breaking news this morning. an american serviceman has been killed near the northern iraqi city of erbil. ash carter says it is a combat death. another u.s. military official says the american was killed by direct fire after isis forces penetrated the front line of kurdish troops. the u.s. soldier was advising kurdish forces. johnson & johnson has been ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who says talc powder caused her to develop ovarian cancer. gloria ristesund said she used the company's talc-based powder products for decades. she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and had to undergo a hysterectomy. her cancer is now in remission. the verdict was the second straight trial loss for the company. in a statement, johnson & johnson says, we will appeal the recent verdict and continue to
defend the safety of johnson's baby powder. astronomers are excited over three newly discovered planets found orbiting a star in the consolation aquarius. the planets are similar to earth in size and temperature, and they might even contain water. they may offer the best chance yet of finding life outside of our solar system. they are only 240 trillion miles away, relatively close in astronomical terms. >> gas prices are lower, so that works. >> someday, a visit perhaps. >> cool. >> natalie, you're also looking at this controversy over a new old navy ad that features an inner racial family. >> that's right. a lot of people talking about this one and how old navy is depicting a modern family to the dismay of some people on social media. >> reporter: it seemed innocent enough. a family smiling together in an ad for retail giant old navy. the picture, meant to promote a clothing sale, instead sparking
controversy because of its mixed race models. the ad going rie absolutely disgusting, someone tweeted. another, my family and i will never step into an old navy store again. other responses we can't show you on tv. >> people feel they are vested in that company if they're paying hard dollars and buying things. they feel they can say anything they want. >> reporter: in a statement, old navy tells "today," we are a brand with a proud history of championing diversity and inclusion. at old navy, everyone is welcome. a flood of tweets embrace the ad's message of diversity. people sharing photos of their own families. interracial families are beautiful, and we appreciate the representation. i love this ad. thank you for showing the true diversity of the usa. the models in the ad, who are not an actual family, both responding on instagram.
clay writing, i'm extremely proud to have taken part in a campaign that unites families of multi-culture backgrounds. and promotes of all kinds. grace saying, i'm proud to represent a mentality that represents diversity. >> some say cheerios is good for your heart. is that true? >> cheerios experienced a similar backlash in 2013 with a commercial showing a white mom, african-american dad, and mixed-race daughter. the reaction forcing the company to close its youtube comment section. >> at the end of the day, old navy said, this is who our customer represents. this is who they are. this is what america is. we're going to put it out there. >> old navy is standing by its ad. the original tweet has not been taken down despite the controversy. it certainly has started another conversation about modern families, guys. >> still surprising that it gets that reaction. >> in this day and age, it's a controversy, right. coming up, trending. can you teach a 2-month-old baby to sleep through the night? what some doctors are now
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and, of course, the fashion. the metropolitan museum of arts costume institute benefit, known as the east coast oscars. every year, it's one of the most coveted tick ets in town. walking the steps of one of new york's most famous institutions. >> this is a nice fashion celebrati celebration. >> feel my arm. >> i love it. >> i wanted functional technolo technology. i wanted to wear it. >> at the met gala, fashion is the real star. part red carpet, part runway. >> i don't know what i'm supposed to do. look charming, i guess. >> you always look charming. >> i feel like -- he makes you feel like one of the most powerful, strong women, wearing his clothes. it's empowering. >> what is this? >> ralph lauren. >> can't go wrong with black and gold. >> the met is the most extraordinary party in the world. and the most extraordinary fashion in the world. >> i'm always classic, but we had fun with her dress, as you
can see. >> this is the red carpet, at least here in new york. >> crazy. i mean, it's like so intense. >> so high pressure. this moment, when you get through the doors, it's peaceful. get a drink, enjoy yourself and it's a nice time. >> matt lauer, do you really mean i have to yell for you? >> i did the little camo look, so i could blend in. >> you're blending in really well. >> did you see my strategy? i waited until derek jeter went by, and then i snuck in behind him. everybody is yelling "derek, derek, derek," and right up the middle. >> tim used to come home and explain this to us. how was it? how did you make it up the stairs? was it fun? did you see anna, you know, all the questions. now, we get to be with all the kids. it's fun. >> reporter: this year, silver was gold. going with the dress code of tech white tie. >> i interpret it as being a little bit man and a little bit machine. seem right?
>> sort of like you? >> that's right. >> reporter: the exhibition just beyond the red carpet. that part of the evening was for invited guests only. >> is that classic, plastic, be? >> it wasn't plastic. it was a big, glamorous night, and also an important one for the costume institute. last year's gala raised more than $12.5 million in one night. >> natalie, thank you very much. we have the international editor at large for "vogue." good to see you. >> good to see you. >> is your neck sore like mine, of snapping around, looking at people all night? >> a lot of head spinning. people looked astonishing last night, i must say. it is the super bowl of fashion. you know, it's one astonishing look after the next. >> they call it the fashion oscars, but i don't know, at the oscars you can wear a normal dress. >> right. >> you have to step it up for this. >> yes. >> did you have any favorites? >> i think -- well, i loved the
idea that silver is the new black. i think people really took the the theme. gaga's matrix outfit to cindy tr crawford looking rather kind of ch chic. i think personally, i love ed t green dress. she knocked it out with this amazing, amazing hairdo. i thought taylor swift, co-chair of the evening, looked absolutely beautiful. she made it kind of modern and edgy and not too over the top. >> some of the dresses literally glowed. claire danes was in a dress that lit up. ca carolina kerkova had a dress that lit up.
this is technology. you have to think about this. >> people were thinking about the theme and the idea of the extraordinary show, which contrasts what the hand can do with technology. there were dresses that literally lit up. >> let's briefly discuss matt's outfit. do we like it? >> let's do it briefly because i want to talk about what happened inside. >> there he is. >> impeccable. not quite as bedazzled as i was, for instance. >> i left my bedazzling gun at home. when you walked past the red carpet, there were amazing sculptures of flowers in one place going into the dining area. an archway of flowers. it was surreal. >> hundreds of thousands of roses leading you, lit with this purple light. it was really a magical experience. >> what kind of stuff goes on inside? you have all of these a-list celebrities and models and fashion experts. i mean, what do they do?
>> everyone got up and dancing. then the dj started with a whole prince set, which was so amazing. the room, as i said, was bathed in this purple light. it was an incredible, incredible moment. >> you talk about that. i talk about seeing derek jeter and alex rodriguez, together again. those are the moments i'll remember. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> now get a nap, okay? let's get a check of the weather from dylan. >> thanks. we are going to see this cooler weather stick around for a while longer across the great lakes into the northeast. the southeast, it'll still be mild but we do have showers that are starting to work in. out in the west, that's where we're going to start to see a warming trend. yesterday up into seattle and portland, we broke record highs in the mid to upper 80s. today with the clouds moving in, it'll be cooler. we're looking at billings, montana, 70 degrees. into wednesday, we're looking at the 50s in the northeast, back through the midwest.
70s take hold through the northwest into the northern plains, up into busineismarck. 86 in lubbock. 60s, which is ten degrees below average in the northeast. cool in washington, d.c. 62 on friday. chicago makes it up to 78 degrees. finally, some of the 70s will start to trickle in to the northeast and the mid-atlantic by the time we get to the weekend and into next week. we just have to get through this week. we have a slight risk of storms through the carolincarolina temperatures are mild with cloudy skies across the bay area this morning. we're now at 57 degrees in the peninsula and the east bay. and we're looking at highs today that will be in the mid-60s along the coast and in san francisco. east bay 66 degrees, and the tri-valley a high of 75 degrees. also some low 70s for the peninsula and the south bay, while the north bay sees a high of 68 degrees. there may be a few spotty sprinkles, but looking atore
widespread rain through the rest of the week, especially on thursday. >> that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you very much. let us trend, okay? good time for that. let's start with a surprising new recommendation raising eyebrows among parents. this is about babies and sleep training. the subject of a big story in the wall street journal. some doctors recommend letting infants cry themselves to sleep. it's a controversial practice known as extinction. normally, it's for babies four or six months old. a respected pediatric group says it is more effective when the babies are as young as two months old. allowing your 2-month of old to cry himself or herself to sleep. critics say there is no research to back this up. you've been there recently. i've been there with three kids. that's hard. >> it's very hard. i actually go to this doctors group that recommends the two months. i tried it, and i cried myself to sleep all night long. i couldn't do it myself.
i mean, i think i get why people say, at some point, you have to let them cry aly bil lbit so th learn to settle themselves. but two months is too early. >> they're still feeding every two hours, so how do you know it's not a cry of hunger? i'm answering the cry. >> when i was little, my mom and dad always let me cry. constantly walked out of their bedroom crying. now i sleep eight hours a night. >> how does that make you feel, dylan? >> poor dylan. >> you have someone you can talk to. >> just had to share that. have you ever called your kids the wrong name? dylan, don't answer this, okay? >> her parents. >> do you mix up the names of siblings? we've all done this. why this happens, it's because our brains categorize people based on a relationship to them. families, friends and co-workers, we put them all into
different mental folders. sometimes, we pluck the wrong name from a particular folder. it's definitely true. >> oh, yeah. >> at my baby shower, remember this, i called mike, my husband, matt. that was awkward. >> different folders there. >> apparently not. >> that was mom brain. >> a number of times, my kids put up with all of them. >> i say the dog's name sometimes. i mean luke! >> we're tired. anywhere wear contact lenses? you, you, okay. check this out. soon, those contacts could be doing a lot more than just improving your vision. they could be recording everything you see. sony has filed a patent for smart contact lenses. they would snap a photo when you blink your eye. then you'd be able to send the photo to a wireless device like a smartphone or tablet. sony is not alone. google is also working on similar technology.
>> oh. >> i love technology. i don't know that i'm in favor of this one. think of what could happen. >> think of the things you want to forget. blink and it's there. i don't want to remember it. >> i don't think it's every blink. >> that's a lot of blinking. >> what if the person you were talking to constantly was blinking? >> selfie from hell. >> mission impossible. >> freaky. lebron james trying to soak his shoes, and a tv star making an announcement with no words at all. lebron james, a star on the basketball court and, soon, on the big screen. lebron -- did you see him in "train wreck"? he was phenomenal. now, he's set for his starring roll. the hollywood reporter saying lebron will take the lead in "space jam 2." top five films of all time, "space jam." don't judge me. >> we are judging. >> i'm used to it. the first starred michael
jordan. it earned $230 million. now lebron will try to fill michael jordan's large shoes. matt, what do you think? >> "godfather," "the notebook," "space jam." >> kerry washington is always gorgeous. she was glowing for a different reason on monday night at the met gala. kerry apparently is pregnant with her second child, according to e and "people" magazine. she showed off the bump on the red carpet, though you can't tell there. a perfect sequence marc jacobs gown. kerry and her husband are already parents to 2-year-old isab isab isabelle. the trash talking among world leaders is spreading. prince harry and the queen challenged the obamas to promote the invictus games. the queen, not impressed. prince harry unleashed the boom heard around the world. canada is getting involved. prime minister justin trudeau
dropping to his feet with push ups, holding it plank style. it's his challenge to the first couple and the royals. later, the prince and the prime minister laughed at the hockey game. that's your pop start. if people were looking for another reason to love justin trudeau. >> one armed push ups. >> while holding a plank and still talking. >> and managed to go boom. >> and running canada at the same time. >> that, too. >> tamron, thank you. just ahead, one of the stars who attended last night's met gala, colin farrell, is here. we'll get his take on the night. also, talk about his new movie. first, your local news and weather.
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>> reporter: and you can go to our website, nbcbayarea.com, for the link to help donate. it's a 24-hour marathon to help non-profits. >> bob, thank you. generosity to cheer for. mike, drivers are not sharing 101 in both directions near palo alto. >> both directions. a live look shows you it bogging down southbound and here north, out of the shot towards marsh. we'll look at the map. nothing unusual about most of the patterns, but we have slowing just off the dumbarton bridge and 680 at stoneridge, a crash bogs things down off the dublin interchange. back to you.
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[ cheers and applause ] it's 8:30 now on this tuesday morning. kind of a dreary one in the northeast. but do not worry. we've got better weather on the way. dylan tells us in july. exactly right. out on the plaza this morning, we've got a lot coming up. >> we do. >> colin farrell is here, the star of a new movie that will really get you thinking about romance and relationships. >> look forward to that. plus, mother's day gifts mom will be excited about. cassie post is here to give you better ideas than the same old scarf or whatever else. cute pillow. our best of broadway week rolls on with the amazing cast of "the color purple." next week is our series 100 years of national parks "today", celebrating the park system centennial.
we're going to visit some incredible destinations. on our way, helping you find your park for great summer travel. >> our viewers are also getting in on the excitement. they're sharing photos of their trip. take a look at that. keep them coming with the #national parks today. for more information on the big anniversary, check out today.com. i looked at the pictures. people are really great photographers. need to go on vacation with them. >> pretty nice backdrops, too. that helps. >> not too shabby. >> dylan, check of the weather. >> sorry i almost took your eye out. you're a lot taller than me. >> it's okay. i have another one. >> you're right where the umbrella goes. we are going to see a wet day up and down the east coast. the southeast and into the carolinas, could see stronger storms today. especially hail and damaging wind gusts. yesterday, we saw the stronger storms near maryland and virginia. this time, farther south. out in the pacific northwest, we're going to cool things off. we'll see some rain and isolated thunderstorms. any of the storms in the middle of the country shouldn't be severe.
they'll be pretty widely scattered. tomorrow, down into the southeast, florida will have a chance at seeing stronger storms but we'll finally continue to dry things out in texas, arkansas, louisiana, where the flooding is still occurring. the rivers are set to finally start receding by the end of the week. it looks unsettled in the pacific northwest tomorrow again, we have cloudy skies all across the bay area this morning. a live look now at san jose. we will continue to see clouds and some peeks of sunshine into this afternoon. temperatures are still warming up. it's 59 degrees in san jose, 58 in palo alto and livermore at 56 degrees. low 50s for the north bay with highs today reaching 71 degrees in los gatos. san mateo 70 degrees and 60 in presidio. 65 in santa rosa, 67 in oakland and low 70s for the tri-valley. >> and a big class trip from milwaukee, wisconsin. say hello? guys? >> all right, dylan, thank you
so much. if you think dating is tough these days, colin farrell's new movie "the lobster" will make you feel better about everything. he stars as the guy looking for love. if he doesn't find it in 45 days, in his society, he will be turned into an animal. take a look. >> have you thought of what animal you'd like to be if you end up alone? >> yes, a lobster. >> why a lobster? >> because lobsters live for over 100 years. they're blue-blooded, like aristocrats. and stay fertile all their lives. i also like the sea. very much. >> we should mention, "the lobster" won the prize at the 2015 cannes festival. i watched the movie last night. >> how was that? >> i was trying to think of the right word. it's odd and quirky and weird. >> yes. >> how would you describe it? >> all of the above. absu absurd, and odd, and strange. when i read the script, i'd seen the director's work before and was aware there is a continuing theme of oddness and absurdity
in the films he makes. but -- ultimately, i found it quite moving, the script. >> and thought provoking. as i try to explain it, it takes place in a society where if you are not coupled up, you will be -- have 45 days to live in this hotel and find a match or you'll be turned into an animal. >> it's basically ill legal to be single, i suppose. it's something of a distinguishing stigma. if you were in ireland and single, a 30-year-old, in the '70s, especially a woman, people would have thought you had a disease. we are very much a culture of people that are obsessed with finding a couple and a match. i think it's natural, as well. it's human instinct, you want to share your life with someone. but this film takes it kind of to another level. >> the absurd level. part of what you do is go into the forest and shoot loners.
people who haven't found a mate yet. with tranquilizers. >> there is the world of the hotel, where you're sent for 45 days to find a match if you are single. then there are the people who are resistant against that society, and they live in the forest on their own. it's a strange film to try and encapsulate in a few words. >> the other thing that is weird about it -- and you explained it well in the clip -- your guy wants to be a lobster. it's not the first animal i would have chosen. >> me neither, no. no. a bottom-feeding crustacean wouldn't have been my choice. >> which begs the question -- if you had to be turned into an animal -- >> i think a bird of flight, as opposed to a penguin, grounded bird. maybe a falcon. >> we imagined what it might look like. yes, there it is. >> wow. >> and see that makes some sense. >> just like in my dreams. exactly. you've been invading my sleep again, i see. >> we do that. you were at the met gala last night. >> yeah. it was mad. >> how was that? >> it was not a casual affair. it was very high energy. to be honest with you, it was a really lovely evening.
i don't know why i thought it would be a little bit more mad than it was. i had been prepped by many people. that was my first time. it was beautiful. there was a lot to see. >> i know. the fashions were incredible. >> beautiful gowns. fashion gets lost on me at the best of times. but it was lovely seeing that. >> you have a project coming up. you'll be in "fantastic beasts and where to find them," a prequel to the "harry potter" series. people must be flipping out over that. >> it takes place about 80 years before young harold was born. it was a gorgeous script. david yates, who directed the last four "harry potters" directs it. i got a wand. >> the movie "the lobster" is in theaters may 13th. it'll get you thinking. >> thank you. coming up next, do your kids have a digital device addiction? if so, how can you help them? we have practical advice for families. >>
we're back at 8:39. no secret that treens spending more and more time on their mobile devices. but do they feel addicted? >> revealing new report coming out today. nbc's joe fryer got an early look at the findings. >> reporter: in the car, walking down the street, even in the classroom, you see teens who can't seem to put down their mobile devices. but do they feel addicted? 50% of 12 to 18-year-olds surveyed by common sense media say yes. >> and nearly 60% of parents believe their kids are addicted to their phones and mobile devices. another issue we found is that this is a major source of conflict and tension in families. >> reporter: 77% of parents say during family time, kids are distracted by devices and don't pay attention at least a few times a week. it goes both ways. 41% of teens say the same thing about their parents. >> carly, tyler, dinner time! guys, it's dinner time!
hello? >> reporter: alison and brett's kids, carly and tyler, both say they're addicted to their phones. >> they don't watch tv anymore, they don't free-read anymore. it seems like a lot of time is spent that could be used elsewhere. >> reporter: for 16-year-old carly managing her instagram account is like a full-time job. >> you have a lot of followers on instagram? >> yeah. >> how many? >> like 2,500. >> do you yourself worry that using technology too much is a problem? >> yeah. it distracts a lot of, like, schoolwork and just everything. feels like you're in your own little world. >> reporter: jeff runs paradigm, a teen treatment center in malibu, and says calls about teen internet and device addiction is on the rise. >> what young people are supposed to do in adolescence is to find out who they are and experiment. this takes them away from that.
>> reporter: what are parents supposed to do? families should have tech-free zones, like the dinner table, and tech-free times when devices are off limits. teens should be encouraged to handle one task at a time. most importantly, parents should set a good example. >> 56% of the parents surveyed admitted they check their mobile devices while driving. it's obviously very bad role modeling by parents. all of us really need to step back, talk a pause, and then think, how can we change our behavior in a positive way? >> reporter: for 14-year-old tyler duffy, two weeks away at camp every year is enough to learn an important lesson. >> you play with your friends and there are things that are more fun than checking my phone. >> reporter: group entertainment exists for teens beyond their screens. for "today", joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >> i'm living in a household with a couple of kids who are way into this. >> the technology keeps changing. it's harder as a parent to keep up with the technology. >> it's true. up next, the right way to say you care. we've got your complete guide to mother's day gifts. first, this is "today" on
we're back with the stuff we love. mother's day is sunday. we've got you coffvered with grt gift ideas and, yes, you can get them in time. we have the editor at gilt.com. you're here to the rescue. >> you're so sweet. we have amazing things. you won't believe what a big biz mother's day is. according to the national retail federation, folks will spent $21 billion on mother's day gifts. >> do something thoughtful and personal. >> yeah. >> first up, we have these beautiful, custom, handwriting name plate necklaces from the urban smith.com. they start at $80. you can write in your very own handwriting. >> wow. >> a note to mom. your kids can write something. here, we have al's signature and
a little doodle. we heart you mom. they will engrave that right on a bracelet or necklace. >> you can get it by sunday? >> if you order by the end of today. >> tell me about the monograms. >> we call them mama grams. all moms love a monogram. they're from mark and graham.com. hello preppy handbag. all sorts of monograms that go with everything because tortoise is a great neutral. >> fitness trackers, these are fashionable. >> these are super fashionable. the big trend is, you know, we want to see fitness trackers that don't look like fitness trackers. >> exactly. >> this one right here is by misfit. it's the misfit ray, voted the best looking fitness tracker by "wired" magazine. if you want to bling out and talk about arm candy, this is the swarovski activity tracker.
they track your sleep, your activity. you can connect with your phone, all that. >> and look good. >> look good. >> pet lovers. >> if your mom is pet obsessed, this is it. she's going to lose it. first up, in front, we have personalized pet iphone cases and journals. you can write your deep thoughts with your pooch on the outside. these are from pawpillo.com. speaking of pillows, look at these. this is natalie's dog. we have pepper, al's dog. these are from uncommon goods.com. never will someone stop you in a restaurant. you can bring these pets everywhere you go. >> i love it. now we're getting to my area of expertise, wine. >> right? this is great for the long distance mom and daughter. these are the like mother, like daughter wineglass sets. this is perfect perhaps if you want to share a glass of wine over skype. they'll customize the state for you. these are from caffeine and
wine.com. $21.99. >> very cute. >> for more hometown love, we have two great gifts from coast and cotton. we have these adorable hand towels. they'll customize the state, put a heart, you know, at your hometown or any town with significance. also, we have these state shaped cutting boards from aheirloom.com. you can use them as a serving piece or chop, chop, chop. >> i love it. cheese not included. >> cheese not included. >> we are going to get to the food section. >> you're not going to believe this. it is all from foodydirect.com. they are a curator where they bring together some of the most iconic foods. from famous chefs and restaurants, artisans, bakeries from all over the country. it'll go straight to mom's door. what you can get, a little example, pot stickers from the famous chef who has been on this show, from his restaurant in
boston. ribs from mississippi. >> smelling good all day long. >> and from sables here in new york city, we have a mother's day breakfast pack. from chicago, illinois, ice cream. >> yup. >> delivered straight to mother's door. >> no segment is complete without flowers. >> flowers are a $2 billion industry for mother's day. oh, my gosh, this is an innovative company called bloomthat. it's the uber of flowers. ashton kutcher is an investor so it has to be good. >> yeah. >> what we love about it is they're so beautiful. look at these little burlaps, bouquets. also have bouquets in vases. they're ridiculously fast. in new york, san francisco, same day. otherwise, next day across the country on bloomthat.com. >> really pretty. thank you. you've done your work here. we appreciate it. if you need more ideas, more than 50 other mother's day gift ideas at today.com.
best of broadway week. this morning, one of the great white way's hottest tickets, "the color purple" is back on broadway. this morning, it was nominated for a tony. along with one for its star, cynthia erivo. congratulations, everybody. good morning. [ applause ] congratulations. is this your broadway debut? >> yes. >> that's ridiculous. how does that feel? >> i think i'm still processing it. feels kind of awesome. i'm in disbelief, really. it was completely just overwhelmed. >> can i share the moment a second ago? i gestured to you because we just got the word. i said, you're nominated. everybody clapped for you. then we got the word that the entire show was nominated. we went like this. everybody kind of went crazy. >> right. >> it's a good morning to have you here. >> yes. >> you feeling good about it? >> yeah. >> i understand during this show on a couple occasions, the
audience actually gives you a standing ovation in the middle. >> yes. >> that's fantastic. is it ever hard to get back into the flow of things after that? >> no because i truly believe you tell the story in the story. i let them have the moment, but we have to continue telling the rest of the story. so i go on. >> we're happy we shared this moment with you. what are you going to sing? >> we're singing "the color purple." >> that makes sense. >> the cast of "the color purple." ♪ god is inside me ♪ and everyone else ♪ that was or ever will be ♪ i came into this world
>> i think that explains the tony nominations, all right? congratulations, folks. the cast of "the color purple." we're back after your i'm ... ==anim== happening now... ==dbox== our bob redell is live in santa clara - where a massive all day charity effort is underway called silicon valley gives. =bob live= ==intvw== =bob live= anchor i'll have another local news update for you in half an hour. hey, you guys. you can see the number has jumped. looks like at least over $100,000 since we last spoke to you. $1.86 million, helping non-profits like one million
lights. what would the money you're raising today do for you? >> we're here to raise money for children and adults to have the option to have clean and healthy electricity globally. so please check our updates on svgives, #svgives. >> reporter: and with the bell wilson center, you're going to get money hopefully through this massive fund-raising effort. >> we are. >> what will that go to? >> we're looking to end youth homelessness in santa clara county and we're excited to be participating in sc gives this year to do that. we hope you'll contribute and check out #svgives. >> reporter: super. also you can go to n nbcbayarea.c nbcbayarea.com. this is a 24-hour marathon to raise millions of dollars for over 1,000 local non-profits. again, go to svgives.org.
this morning on "today's take," beyonce turning heads at fashion's biggest... rogen's newest neighbor, coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to today on a tuesday morning, may 3rd, 2016. we want to say a happy national teacher appreciation day to all the wonderful teachers out there. we've all had teachers, i think, in our lives. >> my mom is a teacher.
>> my mom is a teacher, as well. >> my mom is not a teacher. but my second grade teacher, i can still remember her to this day. >> my great teacher taught me fractions. >> we all have a great teacher who shaped who we are. share photos of your favorite teachers. tell us why they are so special, get a snapshot with them if you can. >> we'll show some at the end of the show. >> it's great. i'm natalie with dylan and tamron. al is on assignment. willie is off. when the boys are away, the girls will play. we're playing my jam this morning. >> "my boo" by ghost town dj's. first of all, this was my jam in 1996. love this song. it is taking over the internet because of this viral sensation, the running man sensation. my nephew, coolest kid i know,
said tamron, you have to do the running man challenge on "the take." last night, i cried from laughing at all the videos that popped up. a lot of the athletes have been doing this. particularly, the university of maryland, two of its players, posted this video a month ago. here's the running man challenge. >> i love it. >> i like that. got to get you a lot of money. it'll get you right there. ♪ at night i think of you ♪ i want to be your lady >> it is the running man. i thought about you both. rutgers team, they have one. all the players on the football field. they break into it. the dodgers have done it. it's just everywhere. >> is it just athletes doing this? >> no, it's news anchors on "the take," apparently. >> i know the running man from back in the day, but it looks
different. >> they're keeping it down low. >> keeping it low, right here. >> like the sprint man. >> the hitch running man. >> we have to suspend the idea we'll look as cool as them. >> you taught sheinelle on the weekend, right? >> i did the running man during a segment on saturday. after the show, sheinelle told me, you're not doing it right. >> she knows how to do the running man. >> go to my instagram page. there is a video of that. >> we have to do our own running -- we're not doing this for anything? >> for charity. >> okay. who goes first? >> we all do it together. >> this is going to look really -- >> i thought it was this. >> that's the 1990 version. >> however you do it. >> we're going to practice. meanwhile, let's talk about the met gala. >> that's the running man. this is really bad, i know. >> can someone send us a video demonstrating?
is there a youtube video? we will never do that again without rehearsing. when willie and al come back, we'll have the most epic running man challenge. we're going to shut down the internet with what i have going through my brain. >> uh-oh. >> that we're going to do. >> very scary. >> forget what you ... et gala? on the red carpet. >> look at you. >> that was one of my favorite looks. >> really? thank you. >> we've been talking about our favorite looks from the met gala. >> i had a lot of help, of course. lauren m our wonderful makeup team. all that stuff is available on gilt. i got hooked up. >> you looked nice. >> it was a nice night out. i was hanging out over hedges, trying to get people to talk to me. beyonce! >> natalie yells at beyonce, is
your dress plastic? she looked at you, like don't make me call the beyhive, natalie. >> the theme was man made clothing versus the tech knowled world, merging. interesting. the stars looked amazing. beautiful. it was interesting to see how people interpreted that theme in what they were wearing. >> it's fun to see how people interpret. >> who is on your list? >> kim kardashian was the second most searched on google, i guess. she bleached her eyebrows. i thought it was more interesting with kanye, with the ripped jeans and the studded -- >> the contacts. >> the weird blue contact lenses. i was standing next to cat from e, and she was talking to kim. i was like, can you see through
the contact lenses, kanye? we were trying to get him to talk to us. >> kanye, loving these eyes. was this a part of the look or just something you wanted to do tonight? >> vibe. >> he would turn and crack a smile but didn't want to show it. we tried to get him to talk. >> does kim say at the end of the night, why do you have to keep doing that? or do they eat it up? >> we're talking about them. >> if it was my husband, i'd be like, stop with the vibes thing. >> you wouldn't be a good match for him. they're equally yolked, like the bible says. that's why they work. >> i said, beyonce, is it plast plastic? it's actually latex with this floral embroidery throughout. that has to be hot. it's like plastic, so sweating through plastic. >> i bought a latex dress.
>> were you hot? >> i mean, i was. >> you have the body for it. >> i learned once i put it on. >> i feel you have to cut it at some point. >> you have to roll it. i bought one. you roll it off. >> wow. >> mine was strapless. you definitely need some assi assistance and guidance. >> never wrinkles, so that's good. >> so you have your pick. >> my favorite was gigi hadid. this silver blue, you know, gray. i don't know what color that is. >> that's her and zayn's first appearance on the carpet. >> they're a couple now. >> i wasn't sure about his sleeves.detecter? >> i don't think anyone would have gotten through. >> remove your sleeves, please. >> there was this calvin klein dress, and the hairdo, defying gravity. i loved claire dunes, like a futuristic cinderella.
>> it was better with the lights out. >> you could see it as she was going up the stairs. it would literally light up. tamron, you liked? >> zendaya. i'm obsessed with this young lady. she's gorgeous, smart and beautiful. i thought she looked like the future. >> she did. >> fast forward. i guess it was michael kors she was wearing. cindy crawford, did you see her? >> talked to her. >> beautiful. she has discovered the fountain of youth and we need to call her and get the answer to it. she looks impeccable. i said yesterday to our team, i really believe this was the day that models struck back. all the magazine covers have celebrities and actresses. these were the models. fabulous. they looked amazing. i thought it was the night of the models, including the greatest of all, cindy crawford. >> what about you, dylan? >> i liked alicia vikander. she looked like wonder woman.
>> very cute. >> the combat boot look, that was everywhere. you saw it on everyone. the combat boot thing was huge. we'll be kicking some butt. >> she's the new tomb raider. >> i didn't know that. >> today is the 50th anniversary of twist e. i don't kn -- twister. >> i've never played twister. >> i never did either. >> tamron really has to play. >> the original was king footsie. in 19milton bradley's version, was twister. >> i hear the college kids do it naked. >> we're not doing that. >> are you sure? >> okay. >> doing it in heels? >> i'll spin. i guess we take turns spinning.
>> tamron, this one is for you. left hand on -- purple? >> this is a new version. >> left hand on purple but there is no purple. >> is this a new version we don't know about? >> spin again. >> what is this symbol? >> left foot red. >> i think it's sup poiposed to on the green. >> this sounded like a good idea when the producer thought of it. dylan, right foot yellow. am i spinning >> east bay 66 degrees. busy day both playing this
evening. >> congratulations. >> we want to say congratulations to jane krak krakows krakowski, our friend on the show. best actress in a feature role, nominated for a tony. zachary levi got best actor nod. >> jane would be proud of me. coming up, she says she never would ride a roller coaster again. the fastest and highest coaster in the world is after this. >> announcer: from portion of "today" is brought to you by disney's "alice through the looking glass," in theaters and
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>> we're here at cedar point in sandusky, ohio, the roller coaster capital of the world, to ride their brand-new dive coaster. traveling on 3,400 feet of track, it climbs 20 stories high to a 90-degree drop. races down at 75 miles per hour. i have to ride it. >> what are some tips for riding a dive coaster for a first-time rider for myself? >> if you don't like dangling there, that's the one thing you have to get over. that's a unique element of the ride. >> this is what nightmares are made of. >> it's the best nightmare you'll ever have. >> how long? >> 2:23. >> long roller coaster. >> will you ride with me? >> i will. >> you will? >> yeah. >> let's do it before i change my mind. >> anybody want to ride with me? [ applause ] i'm terrified but i'm excited because it looks cool. >> it is cool but it's terrifying. >> ready to ride? enough talking.
let's go thrill. open the gates. let's do it! excuse me, man, are you at least 54 inches? let's check. >> what's funny, last year, i said i would never ride another roller coaster. it's why you never say never. this is what happens on roller coaste coasters. oh, i'm good. it'll be great. then they buckle you in and you go, oh, my goodness. what did i sign up for. i'm having that moment. you have about 30 seconds to get this going or i'm off. >> enjoy your ride. >> mom, patrick, i love you! okay. i can't. i can't. i can't. i cannot do this. holy -- oh, this view is nice.
i'm not looking. oh, my gosh! what? oh, my! [ screaming ] not another one! no, no, no! [ bleep ]. you guys, my eyelash came off. that was unbelievable. never again. once, that's it. thank you. how do i get out? >> never say never. >> i did. it's an important lesson. never say never, especially at the "today" show. >> i was terrified watching. >> two 90-degree drops back to back. incredible for people that love roller coasters.
if you don't like it, this might not be for you. >> an eyelash coming off on a roller coaster. >> yeah, i was the first non-employee to ride it. it opens this weekend at cedar point amusement park. >> you were a test dummy for them. >> essentially, yes, i was, and i survived. >> so much create. >> thanks for doing it for us. you're a good sport. we appreciate it. one of the stars moving in next to zac efron and seth rogen in "neighbors 2." mother's day brunch. we'll have that for you after these messages. olay luminous
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cassie. >> natalie had this for breakfast this morning, but i have not. >> let's make it. grab your spoon. we're making cute avocado egg breakfast. scoop out the seed and a little bit of avocado meat, so make room for the egg. >> you could just eat that, right? >> put it right in your mouth. this is the hard part. crack the egg and try to put it inside without spilling. >> okay. >> there you go. you did it. >> this is on a slant. >> basically, it ends up looking like this. >> do you bake this? >> bake them. we can put some chives on here, make it look interesting. >> you can also do it in the microwave for 1:30 to 2:00. really healthy. >> let's put hot sauce on it. >> i really love hot sauce. >> fantastic.
>> it's so good. lot of hot sauce, but it's good. >> sorry. >> let's make some perfume. >> basically, we have some beeswax melting on low heat. what we're going to do is pour it in here. >> all right. >> then -- >> pick an aroma to put in, as well. >> that's the rose we have there. it's hot. >> careful because it's really, really hot. wax burning you is not good. >> there we go. had a little spillage. >> it's okay. >> here, add some rose we picked out. perfect for mother's day, whatever your mom likes. >> perfume that lasts longer, which was great. >> dries quickly. try one of these. >> love it. smells good. >> now, playing with tattoos but we're using them in a different way. >> exactly. we are making jewelry trays. here, we have some flat tattoos
you can get at the party store. peel off the clear plastic first and put it face down on top of your ceramic tray. take a little sponge, place it in here, and you're going to wet that. nice and wet. >> like you're putting it on your arm. >> yeah, except it's on the tray. >> so cool. >> once you have that on, feeling good about it. too much water. peel it off slowly. >> i have the same problem on my arm with these things. >> oh, no! >> i'll ... >> that's right. we're working abs. do we like to work the lower abs? >> i need to work the lower abs. >> corkscrew. we're going to do a clock motion. look at you, perfect form. there we go. this is called the corkscrew for
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weather toss to traffic traffic ck traffic maps ck san mateo bridge ck traffic maps ck san mateo bridge napa, 56 degrees. some 70s in the forecast today. not a lot of sunshine and at least the rain holds off. scattered showers in the forecast tomorrow will continue into the next couple of days. let's head over to mike for the
roads. >> this tuesday did bring a good volume of traffic. so far things are normal almost everywhere. southbound 280 though head towards hand hill road. you might want to take 101 if you have a choice. other plan on a delay just south of 84. an hour. >> see you again in half an hour with more news update.
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larger hail. the middle of the country is doing okay today and tomorrow. good news for texas and arkansas and into louisiana. dry things out. unsettled across the northeast, through florida >> that's your latest forecast. two years ago, "neighbors" featured seth rogen, a new dad battling a fraternity who moved in next door, led by zac efron. in the sequel, seth and zac try
to move on, while a new sorority tries to move? >> the sorority is led by chloe grace moretz. >> what's wrong with fraternity parties? >> what isn't? >> we threw great parties here. ceos and corporate hoes, boise and idahos. >> you're super sexist. every party is theme hoe. >> oh, geez. oh, no. oh, gosh. >> mm-hmm. >> yeah, i see your point. >> chloe, good to see you. >> good to see you guys. >> did you have a late night at the met? >> i left before the weekend performed. i was like, i have to go to bed and wake up in the morning. >> you looked so beautiful. >> thank you. >> tell us what you wore. you were a stunner.
>> thank you. i'm the face of coach, so we made this beautiful gown. we want to do kind of the -- the theme was like a machine versus man. we wanted to do a retro theme with a futuristic vibe. >> i loved it. your gown stood out on the carpet. tell us about this role. there is a female empowerment message, as we saw in the clip there, too. >> definitely. it really is a story about young women trying to stand up for what they believe in, kind of coming from a place where you're in high school, you don't believe with much sexism. you don't deal with regression in that sense. you're shoved into the college system where you're opened up to a whole newbo world of real lif. all these rules and regulations. a lot of 19-year-old girls like to do, push the system and create their own feminist sorority. >> i loved the first one. this one, zac efron's character
starts off on your side and then you're battling it out. >> exactly. we kind of try to get -- none of us have dealt with gaining funds and being in a sorority. he tries to help us figure out how to allocate funds, so we can keep our house. >> cool. >> how fun was it to be on the set? we all loved the first one, mostly because of the slapstick nature of it. the air bag prank, i want to do that one day in my life to someone. you range from serious films, brilliant roles, to this. how is it different for you? >> it's exciting. i try to keep my versatility up. i've been acting since i was 6 years old. i think part of acting for me is trying new things and learning new things about myself. throwing myself into something as wild as seth rogen type improv is something i've never done before. it was raunchy and wild. i said a lot of things i never imagined i'd say on camera. >> tell us one thing. >> you'll have to see it. >> can't say it on camera.
>> there is a lot of stuff that goes down. >> not for morning tv. >> you have four older brothers. did that help you get into this frat mentality? >> it definitely helped me embrace my fraternity side. it's a lot of fun. my brothers, i think, are pretty shocked by some of the things i do in the movie. >> i have to ask you, i'm so excited about this live action version of "the little mermaid" you signed on to, apparently. it's incredible. how are they going to do that? >> i know. it's wild. there's a lot of flippers and different strange prosthetics on me. no, i'm doing a new "little mermaid" with universal. based on the classic fairy tale. we're doing a bit more of modern kind of take on it. it's progressive for women. >> is this music the same? >> i literally can't say anything. i'm so lock and key. >> in college, that was my movie, "the little mermaid." >> growing up.
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