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plus, hillary's new headache over top secret e-mails. what will that mean in these final hours? captured, the moment a violent prison escapee surrenders, his nod to the cops. what did he tell them, and as the hunt goes on for the two others on the run -- >> reporter: officers have been searching this entire area. right now they're focusing on those containers. >> what did a jail teacher have to do with their escape? >> she played a significant role in the planning. >> the intense manhunt going on right now. air scare, high altitude emergency. the cabin losing pressure, passengers scrambling for their masks. >> take the time on the runway. >> vehicles are standing by. >> the pilot's quick maneuver, the emergency landing and the questions this morning. and wipeout. the gnarly moment a surfer freefalls 40 feet to eat this enormous wave.
how he's doing this morning. hey, good morning. after all the campaigning, the debating, the attacks, the ads and the analysis, the actual voters are finally about to have their say. >> finally is the key word. we've got just two days to go before people all over iowa head out to the caucuses and overnight most of the candidates out on the stump including her hillary clinton and her most prominent alley would be her husband bill clinton. >> there they are. there are some dramatic story lines in these final hours. can hillary eke out a victory against a surging bernie sanders? and on the republican side, can an embattled ted cruz who was also on the trail overnight pull out a win against donald trump and if cruz doesn't win, is he done? and then there's the question of marco rubio. is he surging at exactly the right time? we have team coverage this morning and we start with abc's jon karl who is covering the republicans. jon, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan.
caucuses. and there is a frenzy of activity on the airwaves with all those political ads and on the ground, in fact, there are 42 campaign events in iowa here for the republican candidates alone. it's down to the wire time in iowa. >> today i'm here three days away to ask you to caucus for me on monday night. >> if you see a candidate who washington embraces, run and hide. >> reporter: while his rivals crisscross the state of iowa, donald trump was in new hampshire unleashing a new attack on canadian born ted cruz. >> ted cruz may not be a u.s. citizen, right? ted cruz is an anchor baby in canada. >> reporter: cruz's camp fired back with a statement overnight. "the only anchor here is the one being dragged behind the ss new york values causing donald trump's campaign to stall out." those jabs were traded after the final debate before the iowa caucuses, which drew over 12 million viewers.
last republican debate and many more viewers than saw trump's veterans rally during the debate. trump relished skipping this one and mocked cruz for his first debate at center stage. >> i'm glad i wasn't there. because i guess all of that, he got pummeled. wow. >> reporter: the front page of "the des moines register" which endorsed rubio declared it a rough night for cruz. the texas senator was unfazed. >> it is not surprising that i am not the mainstream media's favorite candidate. i am working to be the candidate of the american people. >> reporter: marco rubio was hoping for a last-minute surge in iowa signing this trump bashing holiday card from a supporter. >> so, marco, your calendar for february 1st and go rock your caucus. remember friends don't -- >> vote. >> friends don't let friends vote for trump. [ laughter ] >> reporter: after his brief foray in new hampshire, donald trump will be back here in iowa later today and be campaigning virtually nonstop between now
night. dan. >> a lot of busy days ahead of us, jon karl, thank you. >> and jon is not going anywhere between now and iowa. >> no. >> he's going to get comfortable right there. and in the democratic race hillary clinton's use of her e-mail server is dogging her during these last days before the caucuses. the state department will not release 22 of them because they contain top secret information. abc's cecilia vega is covering the former secretary of state in des moines. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: paula, good morning to you. this is exactly what hillary clinton does not want to be talking about two days before the caucuses here. these new headlines could not have come at a worse time for her. overnight hillary clinton and her not so secret weapon campaigning together in iowa. >> i brought a pretty good warm-up act, don't you think? >> reporter: bill clinton center stage. >> she's never touched a thing she didn't make better. >> reporter: bill telling abc news exclusively the battle is not over yet.
you fight till the last hour. >> reporter: a political power couple joining forces on everything from the gop's vision. >> i just fundamentally disagree. >> reporter: to the economy. >> we are not going back to that kind of failed economy. >> reporter: hillary clinton also setting her sights on the one person in her line of fire, bernie sanders. >> i'd rather underpromise and overdeliver. >> reporter: the one thing they didn't address, those e-mails. the state department declaring 22 e-mails from clinton's private account top secret. clinton's campaign calling for the e-mails to be made public saying this appears to be overclassification run amuck. but sanders sticking to that now famous line. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> reporter: releasing a statement saying voters deserve a discussion of the issues. he is still drawing a crowd, more than a thousand people coming out to see sanders
>> i get a little bit tired when you have establishment folks saying, bernie, you're thinking too big, and i say, the hell with that. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: bernie sanders packing in the big crowds out here and for the first time since hillary clinton launched her campaign she will be on the trail today with her entire family, bill and chelsea joining her, but, guy, this is what i want to show you. you want to know how busy they are. three full pages. that's the schedule for all of the campaign stops today. guy, it is a mad dash to the finish line now. dan. >> and that's how busy you will be. and i want to remind everybody we will see you tonight when you anchor "world news tonight" from iowa. cecilia, thank you. now, though, let's bring in abc news political analyst matt dowd. matt, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> thanks for coming in. we appreciate it. so how much should hillary clinton be worried about this e-mail imbroglio? the latest development? >> i think it's going to continue to dog her the rest of the way, until, one, all the e-mails come vut. the state department hasn't
finishes their investigation. i think this is going to -- it goes to a vulnerability she has which she continues to have which is on trust and it's a reminder to voters of the '90s of the part they didn't like about the '90s. it will hurt her in the general election. the question that's primary is does it undermine her argument about electability with this hanging out there? >> right, exactly, and electability is one of the issues hanging over bernie so this is particularly pertinent now. let me ask you about the republican side. this is where things get truly interesting. what is your view of the state of play right now in the republican side? >> i think the odds are still that donald trump wins iowa and then in the aftermath of that probably wins new hampshire. that's the odds on today. i think the person to watch is marco rubio. marco rubio had a really good debate, ted cruz had a really bad debate the other night and in the course of that, i think it gives marco rubio oxygen to rise. there is a possibility he could finish second in iowa. if he does that, this becomes a two-person race between donald trump and marco rubio and it's anybody's guess what happens after that. >> a game-changing development potentially.
>> matthew dowd, appreciate it. you'll be with us straight through the finish as always. we appreciate it. i want to remind everybody abc news is the place to be for complete coverage of the caucuses in iowa. george and robin will be reporting live from "gma" in iowa monday and david muir anchoring live from iowa and george and the whole team standing by to bring you the latest news the instant it happens. and don't forget next saturday the republican debate live from new hampshire at 8:00 eastern right here on abc. >> because we're going to be talking about new hampshire and those caucuses right after that. all right. thank you. we want to turn now to new concerns about the explosive zika virus. 36 cases have now been discovered here in 12 states. president obama has discussed the spread of the disease with the president of brazil who is vowing to win the war on the mosquitoes that carry this disease and abc's dr. richard besser is right there at ground zero from the epidemic in brazil.
on monday the world health organization is convening an emergency response committee to figure out how to respond to the global epidemic of zika virus. but to understand what to do, you have to understand what's taking place right here where they think the whole thing started in brazil. brazil, the epicenter for the zika virus epidemic, the country grappling with the devastating effects it has on babies of infected women. i traveled here to see how it's being handled firsthand. hello. we spent our friday at a hospital in recife where we meet dr. camilla ventura. she's seen 130 babies with microcephaly, an abnormal smallness of the head. >> this is scary. we are dealing with a disease we have no information about. >> reporter: this woman's daughter was born with microcephaly. she told me through a translator she felt symptoms of zika but was told it was a different infection saying they will do all they can so their daughter can speak, walk and have as much of a normal life as possible.
to get a handle on the epidemic but it's not the only place affected. this houston mother contracted the virus while on a trip to el salvador before the warnings. >> it was all over my body. i was scratching. like my whole family saw my chest and they were like wow. >> reporter: and although the illness is usually mild, her symptoms were anything but. >> you have no strength, no energy, all you want to do is lay down and sleep. >> reporter: one of the keys to stopping zika virus is controlling the mosquito. so we're going to be out with the military into slums like this to see what they're doing to get rid of the places where the mosquitoes are breeding. we're covering up, long sleeves, using repellant. that way we'll be sure we don't come home with zika virus. dan. >> a massive effort ahead. rich, stay safe. thank you. and we have another disturbing health headline this morning, one week before the super bowl, the nfl says concussions soared to a four-year high this season, and helmet-to-helmet hits are way up too. abc's ryan smith is on the story. >> reporter: a hard hit for the nfl just days away from the
bowl 50. the league releasing this report friday saying diagnosed concussions in the nfl increased 58% this regular season with a staggering 271 players sidelined since the preseason in 2015. compare that to the 206 concussions reported in 2014. the study discussed on espn's "nfl insiders" roundtable. >> all we're really seeing is a real change in the game heading in the wrong direction. >> reporter: the most startling numbers, helmet-to-helmet collisions with 92 reported this year. in 2014, the nfl only reported 58. the nfl telling abc news the reasons for increases in concussions are unclear. but it will look at any significant trends over the next several weeks. the numbers echoing what some claim is a growing problem for the league and for football on all levels. seven high school players reportedly died as a direct result of football-related
the nfl telling us, safety is a priority last december. but acknowledging concussions remain a risk. >> the priority of the league is to protect player health and safety. >> do you think that we can ever eliminate concussions from the sport? >> oh, i think that as much contact as there is in our game, there's always going to be injuries, and i think problem to solve over time. >> reporter: for "good morning america," ryan smith, abc news, >> our thanks to ryan. and, you know, such a staggering increase, but they think one of the reasons may simply be because the number of players screened for concussions this past season doubled, so that could be one of the explainers, as well. >> that's a good bit of context. thank you, paula. let's get it over to dr. ron claiborne for a look at the other stories this morning. what's happening, sir? >> i don't know. just kidding. good morning to you, dan and paula. sara haines, good morning. good morning, everyone. we begin with a scare in the air for passengers aboard an air canada flight from newark to vancouver. a passenger took this snapshot inside the cabin just as oxygen masks were dropped.
minutes making an emergency landing in toronto where emergency crews were standing by. >> take the time on the runway. >> vehicles are standing by. >> are you planning on rolling long or do you know? >> yeah, we'll be long. >> no one was injured and a pressurization problem caused by an air-conditioning malfunction is being blamed on that incident. five snowmobilers were killed in what's being described as a massive avalanche in british columbia in canada. at least three were caught in the avalanche. rescue crews are searching for possible survivors. canadian officials say the avalanche appears to be human triggered. and new worries for residents of flint, michigan, in the middle of a water crisis. federal officials saying new tests show very high levels of lead in the water samples. they're not sure why that is. people, they are now being warned that some lead levels are so high, their water filters are ineffective. and new details this morning on the final wishes of rock legend david bowie.
most or nearly all of his $100 million estate to his supermodel wife iman and their children. bowie also asked his ashes be scattered in bali in accordance with a buddhist ritual. the 69 rock star died of cancer, now to sports and just a short while ago a huge upset at the women's final in the australian open down under. top seeded serena williams losing to angelique kerber of williams is trying and now failing to match steffi graf's record of 22 grand slam wins. and i would like you to meet a guy named mike donnelly, virginia's newest lottery winner thanks to a lucky mistake. donnelly works at a supermarket and accident al lially printed out the wrong ticket for a customer who wanted to play powerball so he kept that drawing ticket for himself. he paid for it. you can guess what happened next. donnelly's ticket that he accidentally bought won and he collected $7 million in the cash payout. lucky man. and finally,
term hang ten to a whole new level. check this out. tom does land was out surfing in maui on wednesday. look at that. a monster wave came up on him and he plunged nearly 40 feet into the ocean. surf league says it was one of the wildest craziest wipeouts that they've ever seen. dosland only suffered a stiff neck and a broken board. the board is gone, that's okay and in true surfer style he was back out in the water the next day. >> of course, he is. >> tough guy. >> surfers are so brave and courageous. >> or crazy and courageous. >> i think it's a combination of both of those two. combination. >> this is why couch surfing is always preferable. >> yeah, exactly. >> are you a pro? >> yes, semipro actually. semipro. what's going on in the weather? >> speaking of crazy pictures, i have an unbelievable photo coming for you out of oregon this morning. imagine the highway you typically use every day looking like this, not one, but two 50-foot sinkholes. if you ever needed a reminder it's el nino, you are looking at it. and the california west coast is
the earth is still falling. and now look at what we're dealing with today. even more advisories out there today. we're talking about snow, rain aennd a lot of wind thanks to another system that's going to be making its way through the area. all eyes are going to be on the system making its way through sunday. so, tomorrow, first bringing that heavy rain through southern california but now we're going to watch that system spread east. right when it hits the rockies, notice what we're talking about, potentially heavy amounts of look at the very tail end of this. we have the caucuses and we'll be talking about a potential for a blizzard monday night in through tuesday. probably not good timing for a lot of people out there. as far as totals, heavy amounts of rain, potential for 3 inches of rain possible in through southern california but also heavy amounts of snow. we mentioned the blizzard. if denver gets 8 inches of snow, it's going to be the most snow they've seen all year long and then maybe even a foot of snow out through iowa. suddenly going to be a tough time for a lot of travelers trying to get home tuesday
that's the big story. >> so for everyone saying there's no el nino, clearly a lot is going on. paula. >> thank you, indra. heads-up, starbucks, death wish coffee is set to make a monster ad splash during the super bowl. the little new york start-up has just scored a free 30-second commercial worth 5 million bucks by winning the intuit quickbooks small business big game contest.
>> welcome. and welcome. >> and owner of death wish coffee mike brown alongside some of his happy workers at their headquarters joins us this morning. you have vikings, you have a waterfall and coffee. what's the message there? >> you know, i've been working together this ad for me. it's got vikings and really shows how fiercely caffeinated our coffee is. >> yeah, speaking of fiercely caffeinated, your coffee has about double the amount of caffeine that a normal cup of coffee would have. it sounds like if i drink it, i'm going to grow hair on my chest, so could you describe your coffee for us? >> i hope not. it's a dark roast coffee. it's very bold, but it's very smooth and has that extra kick to get you going in the morning. >> okay. sounds like i could use some this morning. i've got to ask you about this. you have 11 employees in your company. so how are you guys preparing
comes with a super bowl ad? >> you know, we understand that a million -- more than a million people are going to see our coffee for the first time and, you know, we're ready to take it to the next level. >> yeah, you are. i know you guys have already roasted about 250,000 pounds of coffee but tell me a little bit real quick, death wish coffee, the name and the logo, what was the inspiration? >> i was kind of inspired by a gift my girlfriend gave me. she gave she this cup koozie that had a picture of a dog on it that said death wish under it. >> it is the perfect name. i got to tell you, that name, that logo sticks with you. it grabs your eye. we all want to say congratulations to you. best of luck to your small business, mike, and thanks for joining us on "gma." cheers. >> thank you so much. >> i love stories like that. they beat out 15,000 other companies, 11 employees, i just hope that everybody goes to the website. i actually have the coffee. i know you have an aversion. >> they wouldn't let me have it. >> try it. >> i only take my caffeine
>> let me just say -- >> it's actually really good. >> is it good? >> i love the mug. >> yeah, i would think that it would -- >> it's strong. >> yes, it's strong but it's not bitter at all. you would think but it has double the amount of caffeine that normal coffee has. >> you can test the shakes. >> i have been drinking it for 30 minutes, which explains why i'm a little hyper today. >> that's so loud, ron. >> i can't control it. >> it's not the coffee, it's you. okay? >> thank you. >> we've got a defibrillator standing by for ron. meanwhile, i want to say on a completely different note, we here at "gma" are heading toward a milestone, 5 million facebook likes. you can help us reach our goal by liking us yourself. send us over the top this weekend. thanks to all of our viewers for watching and liking and pitching in. >> death wish. >> death wish for everybody to go -- no. >> not a death wish. >> we don't like to beg for friends but please like us. >> yes, exactly. what she said. >> coming up here on "gma," a manhunt going on this morning with one of those three dangerous escapees now back in
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wilson, tinkers, e and welcome back to "gma" on this saturday morning. the clock is ticking to iowa. the candidates on a final sprint with events all over the state this weekend. on friday donald trump making headlines calling ted cruz an anchor baby referring to his canadian birth and hillary clinton stumping with former president clinton made no
department's decision not to release 22 of her e-mails because they're top secret. >> two days to go. also happening this morning, ethan couch, the so-called affluenza teen waking up in a juvenile detention center in texas while a judge mulls whether to transfer the case to adult court. couch, now 18 years old, deported from mexico after spending
weeks on the run with his mom apparently violating his probation stemming from a car crash that killed four people. and facebook has taken sides in the gun control debate banning anybody from advertising or selling guns on its site. licensed firearms retailers can still promote their businesses on facebook but they're not allowed to accept orders or to make any sales. >> a big victory for gun control advocates. also ahead, some of the best winter athletes in the world pulling off these incredible moves at the x games. i can feel my heartbeat rising. >> that was sara, by the way. >> that would be amazing if it
>> it could be sara if she weren't eight months pregnant. >> yeah, because i could totally do that without my baby. you're a good iowa girl. you back. i can't do amazing things right now. tony reali will be here with that story in just a couple of minutes. >> you can do plenty of amazing things. let me start us off on a bit of a serious note this half hour, the daring jailbreak in inmates who got out is back behind bars this morning and we're starting to learn more about a woman who's been arrested for allegedly helping these inmates escape. >> that woman worked at the jail as an english teacher away. abc's matt gutman joining us from santa ana, california, with the very latest on the search for the two other inmates this hi, matt. that first inmate casually smoking a cigarette but so far no indication so far that the other two escapees have any up. these are the kind of guys with torture and kidnapping on their
u.s. martialha marshals are involved focusingfocus focusing its search on central california. this morning that exclusive video, the moment fugitive bac duong surrenders then nodding to deputies as he's escorted back up key information. >> he is cooperating. he is providing us information. >> reporter: down from fresno, california, where abc news has learned the other two fugitives, hossein nayeri and jonathan tieu, were last seen at this motel here as late as tuesday. police suspect they were there until late thursday. earlier friday at this mechanic shop duong turning himself in. in that surveillance video, he calmly lets police cuff him. why did he choose this place? >> we're just friends. he knows us and he wants to make sure that he gets caught safely with nobody getting hurt. >> reporter: then officers with aballistic vests move in. we watch as they scour for evidence. officers have been searching this entire area. those containers with canine units but still those other two inmates remain missing.
if duong was in charge of transportation, police say hossein nayeri might have had the task of information somehow coaxing his jailhouse english teacher to give him more than language tools. >> a google earth image on paper that showed an image of the entire central jail complex as she played a significant role in the planning. >> reporter: the teacher, 44-year-old nooshafarin ravaghi, who authored illustrated children's books had developed a relationship with nayeri whose rap sheet includes torture and kidnapping. >> we do know that it was much more closer and much more personal than it should have been. >> reporter: investigators tell us that that college level english teacher and her felon friend exchanged deeply personal letters which the jail did not pick up and officials also didn't notice that all three escaped inmates made it to central california. they're now telling us they're solely focused on finding that white gmc van. they say they find that van they can find those escaped inmates. paula, dan. >> a wild story and it's not
let's check the weather now and get it back to indra petersons. indra, good morning, once again. >> last weekend we were watching a low in the east coast producing that blizzard but now all eyes are going to be on the west coast. we're going to be watching this low coming out of california and watch what happens. it strengthens and pretty much looks like a big bull's-eye right in the middle of the country. notice how close the lines are. that's how you know we'll be so denver, iowa, could be talking about blizzard-like conditions as we go in through monday and tuesday. that's what everyone will be talking about because of the caucuses but what meteorologists are going to be watching is what is going down in through the south, a potential for severe weather. we're talking about a potential for long-lived tornadoes, large hail, strong winds out there. really going to head out towards nashville and new orleans as
across the country. >> that weather brought to you by kay jeweler's. but, seriously, this is a huge system going across the country, going to be affecting the caucuses and really a lot expected in the gulf, as well. >> all right. political ramifications. indra, thank you. coming up here on "gma," something apolitical, we promise you. shredding on the slopes. wait till you see the crazy moves at the x games. and later in "pop," what are coldplay and beyonce doing in india together? sara will have the big reveal. >> sure will. stay tuned. a symphony ill. stay tuned. a symphony 'd rather have dinner and a movie with. no one i'd rather lean on. being in love is an amazing thing. being in love with your best friend... ...is everything. introducing the ever us two-stone ring. one diamond for your best friend ... one for your true love. for the one woman in your life who's both.
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peting at this year's x games hoping to impress the judges and take home a gold medal and abc's tony coming up later today. hi, tony. >> good morning, guys. aspen, colorado, the scene of this year's winter x games and there's no shortage of whoa. last night in action, one of snow snowboarding's brightest stars trying to cement his legacy. earlier in the day, a record-setting performance by a 13-year-old youtube sensation. >> three minutes. >> snowboarders max parrot and
battle on the slopes. watch as the two olympians throw down a furry of snowboarding's biggest tricks like the backside 1620. >> huge backside 1620. >> reporter: even this backside triple cork 1800. >> backside, oh. >> mark mcmorris knows he needs something more. >> reporter: but fan favorite mcmorris landing in second place after falling just two points short of gold at the 2016 winter x games. >> boom. boom. >> the
winner, max parrot shredding the competition winning the big air challenge with three mind-blowing jumps. >> come on, max parrot. >> i'm proud that i put down the cab triple cork 1800. >> reporter: mark's brother front row for it all making the call for espn devastating. >> we're in a glass case of emotion. time gold medalist is already a legend among his peers winning double gold in the 2015 x games.
also you heard about sildaru. 5'1", 88 pounds. >> 88 pounds. >> she's from estonia. i looked at a map today. i don't think they had mountains in estonia. the highest peak is 1,000 feet so she had to leave the country to learn how to ski. >> baltics are just incredible people. >> you know it well. >> we have a latvian on set. >> very proud. >> tony, thank you. appreciate it. >> catch all the action at 1:00 right here on abc at 1:00. more at:00 p.m. tonight on he pen. the miracle. a giant step toward helping infertile women carry their own
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just that. doctors will implant wombs into ten women who otherwise haven't been able to carry children, and here to explain what this means is chief women's health correspondent dr. jennifer ashton. jen, this is fantastic news. welcome. i want to start with the basics. why would someone need a uterine transplant? >> well, this would apply to basically 15% potentially of reproductive age women. these are women who are either born without a uterus, a syndrome called mrkh syndrome or whose uterus is damaged so this is an option to uterine surrogacy, all about giving these women hope. >> and four centers in the states are now going to be doing why has it taken so long to hear about this procedure? >> well, this is complex, right. and it's not just surgically complex and usually in transplants you worry about the donor and the recipient. now three patients' lives really, donor, recipient and the future baby. sweden did the first seven in 2014. we're following it up probably
the first one ever in the world was done in 1931 featured in that movie "the danish girl." >> this is such fantastic news and it's the miracle that so many women have been waiting for. >> yeah, and you know what, it really speaks to the technology in the field of reproductive endocrinology and infertility. there are so many paths to parenthood, whether it's ivf, surrogacy, adoption, foster parenting. certainly having a body part >> doesn't make the woman. so many women who actually want >> truly a miracle. >> we're going to be following it all. >> that's right, jen, thank you. >> you bet. >> sara. >> okay, well, we've all seen it, indra. what are you most excited about in "pop news"? >> girl scout cookies. >> i'm pretty sure you said wine before that. >> i changed it. >> whose bottle has some legs on it. >> you got some beyonce in there. >> but we also want to talk we want to take credit for sending this over the edge. ron asked them to come like us. well, we're not supposed to beg,
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"good morning america" is brought to you by bush's baked beans. the veggie kids love. i've said it before and will say it again. it all leads up to this, "pop news." sara haines. >> you read it just like i wrote. that was really good. thank you so much, dan. >> i do what you tell me to do. >> you're welcome. >> you're a good boy. the hollywood award season is in full swing, and that's my favorite time of the year and tonight the celebrities will be hitting the red carpet for the s.a.g. awards. we were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the shrine auditorium in l.a. where they're making last-minute adjustments and rolling out that red carpet. we also caught up with j. dshgs j.d. hyman, who is the deputy editor of "people" who told us why it is such an important night for the stars. >> so, the screen actors guild awards is special because only actors vote on it and it is a great predictor of what will happen at the academy awards
largest constituency of voters at the academy. >> and, of course, we'll bring you all the glamour and drama from tonight's awards ceremony tomorrow on "gma." who is a s.a.g. watcher? i am. okay. >> that makes one. >> got a hot mike, people. still talking to you, okay. this next one will be music to your ears as you get your saturday started. coldplay has dropped a video for their new song "hymn for the weekend." the gorgeous video filmed on location in india is fit for a queen and the one and only queen, queen bey, this is, beyonce lending her vocals and also appearing as a bollywood film star. take a look. when i was so heavy or in a symphony >> i want to see beyonce's bad day or her mistake. i want to see that project, she's like, gosh, i shouldn't have ever done that. it doesn't exist. >> never.
whet your coldplay and beyonce appetite, don't worry, we're only one week and one day away from the stars taking the stage at super bowl 5-0. is that how you say it? or do youuyou -- >> l. say l. >> 50. >> say 50. >> 50. >> super bowl fitty. okay. great scot, the delorean is making a comeback. the famous car from "back to the future" is officially going back into production. a law change means the texas-based auto manufacturer can now build replica versions of the treasured sports car, the first of 300 expected to hit the market next year with a price tag of only $100,000. sadly time travel doesn't come with that or i'd be willing to find the money somewhere. >> beg, borrow and steal. where would you go bacin time? colonial era? i could see you -- >> that's so good. i'd want to go back to maybe when the movie actually came out, like 1984. >> that's your jam. >> first grade was a peak for me, people.
okay, and it's officially girl scout cookie season, and we just found a new way for parents to make their favorite cookies next level delicious. the folks behind the vavino wine app have revealed the best wine and cookie pairings for the perfect adduls only treat. first thin mints. >> oh, my favorite. >> these cookies you'll want a glass of brunello. this tart fruity wine cuts through the chocolate and if you like samoas or caramel delites you'll want an aged rioja. if savannah smiles are your thing, try a glass of sancerre, and tag-a-longs, they require a big, rich wine. this is the only one i don't know. amaroni. >> what goes well with beer? >> anything. >> potato chips in something salty and delicious. >> i can't do the taste test without a wine glass on set. >> they did that on purpose, indra. >> so you can chug it. chug it.
good morning. he's neil. i'm stan. he goes first. he's got the better highlight. >> i've checked out but you're never going to know it from the way the read this highlight. rockets/thunder, russell westbrook. 22 of his 26 in the first half. i think he was 9 for 13 in the first half. i'd have research check it, but it's just "gma." third quarter -- >> oh. >> james harden, drives. that was so wrong. westbrook, save our sonics. and then you've got to check out the mustache that kanter's got going on this next play. that was a replay on that play. >> yeah. >> kanter is in the paint right there. he's going to celebrate. show us the mustache, please. oh, look at it. you got it. oklahoma city won.
>> i know. >> cavaliers. >> he was 9 for 13, wasn't he? >> tie ran lew trying to get to 3-1 as a coach. reggie jackson puts the moves on thompson, afterwards lebron james wants to talk to thompson about his defense. after the game, james said it was all good. handles it in the moment so it doesn't linger. but he let him know. cavaliers' offense haseen spectacular. they've scored at least 114 points in three straight games including that one and james, the youngest player to 26,000 points in nba history. >> i want to apologize for my attitude. >> no, too late.
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