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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. welcome to thirsty thursday. it's september 8. who is that? >> that is luke bryant. >> a great show for you today. look at this beautiful lady in our kitchen. that is haley. and that necklace is wearing you beautifully. >> i might need that.
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meal for busy parts that is just six ingredients. it has shrimp and pasta. >> and butter. >> better than butter. all right. then time for hoda to make another dream come true. these have been wonderful this week. >> they're fun to do. >> we feature a story who worked tirelessly in his community. he doesn't want any praise for it. wait until you see who surprises him. also, two ladies on the big apple get away are going to head home with gorgeous new looks. our ambush makeover team finishes their magic. >> "american idol," now country sensation lauren elaina has a bold new look and sound. she's doing great. she's going to sing her new song for us that she happened to co-write with megan trainor. >> she's in good company. >> all right. so the verdict is in on ryan lochte. >> can we wait on that for one moment? i want to thank everybody coming out yesterday to win foot country club and golf course. i went with my friend ann.
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jewelry, paintings and things. and my friend riri had her gorgeous jewelry. i had my stuff. a large portion of the sales went to children's hospital. so lovely ladies. that is a painting that i've been waiting for two years for. ann just finished that and i hung it in my guest room two weeks ago. >> it's gorgeous. >> it's like four feet by six feet tall. isn't it gorgeous? >> she does incredible work. she has stationery, too. if you can't buy a painting, can you get stationery. now ryan lochte. >> okay, we hear reports there are reports that he has received his punishment for all the stuff that happened in rio, remember the incident with the gas station when he said that he was robbed at gun point and covered up some altercation. anyway, so we understand that the verdict is he is suspended for ten months from swimming. united states olympic committee will not officially confirm that but a usa swimming has indicated that something will be announced today.
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some people are saying it's not actually a fair judgement because -- >> well, michael phelps, do you remember when he was busted for dui twice? >> yeah. >> he ended up getting a six month suspension. so the question was is ryan lochte's too severe for what he did? there are two ways you can look at it. one is ryan harmed the reputation of a country and it tainted how the u.s. was viewed there at the olympic games. michael phelps was off-season. >> not that it's okay. >> he could have endangered people, obviously. he was arrest ford drinking and driving. so anyway, that's -- again -- >> we would love to know what you think if you'd like to go to our facebook and let us know. what do you think, hoda? it seems a bit harsh. >> when i was in rio and realized how devastating it was to the people there and working so hard and you're like ugh, why?
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let's move on from that, if you don't mind. >> yeah. >> all right. there is more fun. >> this is kind of a little bit weird. >> there is very weird. >> we don't even like saying the word, do we? >> you can a urinate if you prefer. >> do you ever get urination anxiety? you know you go to the doctor and say fill up the cup and you don't have to go? >> i always hate to put my name on it. t >> because people can come in and do something with it. i don't -- i just -- >> do what? >> i don't know. it just shouldn't be sitting around. put it right outside the lady's room door. >> the whole thing is weird. so mel b, she had to perform on command when she was on that show. so here is the story. he got stung about a jellyfish. >> yes. >> he was catching it so they
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and he got stung. >> some people believe that urination helps when getting stung by a jellyfish. here, watch. >> we're going to show it? >> yes! >> i don't want to tee on myself. ready? >> oh, no. no. no. no. no. >> pee on demand when somebody is in pain is very difficult. almost. >> this is nasty. >> it's not coming. >> come on. there we go. oh, my god! >> there we go. >> ugh. >> okay. >> there you go. don't say i never did anything for you. >> she saved my life. >> no, give me five. >> that's the other hand. >> ewww. >> one more reason i'm not going to do that show.
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>> i know. i know. >> by the way, in case you wonder, the medical unit, they say she didn't have to do that. that urine does not cure a jellyfish sting. that is a myth. >> they think that maybe it can actually make things worse and the jellyfish won't like it. it may make the jellyfish release more toxins. >> here's the thing, i would think that when you're near the ocean when there are waves. you know running water does make you go. like when you hear water running. don't you feel like sometimes you don't have to go and then you're at the ocean and you're like, oh, my gosh, i have to go back in. >> sometimes if i can't sleep, i put on the sleep machine thing and i have waves. >> do you? >> yeah. >> sometimes i run the faucet if i need to go and i can't. i just let it run and then running it makes me go. >> okay.
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>> don't even say it. >> i'm not. i'm not going to. i get in trouble all the time. because of my musical tastes. >> we can't hear it though. >> i can. i can hear it. oh, now i can, yeah. >> we're wasting water. we have a show. >> we're wasting it. i hate that. frank used to run the water all the time brushing his teeth. i would go over and turn it off. i >> is it still running? >> it's a weird day. >> g.q. magazine named the worst rock song ever. are you ready? here it is. ? we built this city on rock 'n' roll ? ? we built this city we built this city on rock 'n' roll ? >> "we built this city on rock 'n' roll." >> i mean, 1985. >> it's good sing along song. apparently the band hated the
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songs. they didn't like it. it was jefferson star ship. they wanted a number one song and they sold out. the lead singer said she felt like she was throwing up on the audience whether she sang it every time. >> which covered almost everything that a human being can do in a nasty fashion. >> all right. great slick. we hear you. are you ready for i hoda? this is a good one. ready? go danon shea, this is when you're getting ready to go out on a date with your husband/boyfriend, and you know he would rather stay in and it's a very sexy song. so it's getting ready to go out and he wants to stay in and you're going to go home early. listen. ? you're beautiful hair up, hair down another 20 minutes ? ? out the house i'm walking i'm
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? got to get you back in my shirt get you out that dress get you out the shoes you like so much ? ? everybody at the party is checking your body out i don't mind because you're coming with me ? ? i knowen's only 7:32, looking at you ? ? i'm ready to go ? >> how hot is that? how hot is that? >> come on, it's what you want him to sing to you. you're in the party. he wants to leave! ?? >> i love it that it makes hoda so happy. >> isn't that what you want him to sing to you? >> no. to me one of the sexiest songs is that bob skaggs song. somebody come up with it. >> yeah. >> you'd know it. >> no. no. >> how are we ruining this moment? >> because i have a better one
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to me. right? older people go, yeah! >> older? >> anyway. you can find that on ihoda apple music. >> you should listen to the bob skaggs song, you'll freak. reminder, you can find us on sirius/xm 108. we don't know why you would, but you should listen to hoda every monday and wednesday at 2:00 p.m. >> two lucky ladies came to new york, one got what she was looking for. the other was completely >> our big makeover reveal next.
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to you by dove hair, perfectly nourished hair, plus more. >> outside, the mercury is rising and it's going to get really hot. but it's about to get hotter. it's time to reveal our ambush makeover. a few hours ago our today contributors scoured the plaza and found two women to pamper with head to toe new looks. we have louis >> all right, kids. >> today i found two beautiful women who didn't have a clue how beautiful they were. and it was just so much fun to work on them. i can't even begin to tell you. >> the first one up is marianne. she is 70 years old from spring lake, new jersey. she retired now but she and her husband own two roller skating rinks for 25 years. she has two kids, five grand daughters. she's in town seeing shows and enjoying a nice get away with her husband. she wanted to be ambushed this morning because she says she
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crying. >> i know. >> why is it so important to you? >> this is a big year for me. i turned 70 in august. and october 1st we were married 50 years. so it's a big step. i'm really excited. and this is like the icing on the cake. >> what was that face when she said 50 years? >> i have no memory of it. >> and we're going to remind you by giving you this beautiful gift. so we're so excited for you. >> thank you so much. thank you. this is great. >> husband bob. >> yeah. >> he is waiting patiently please leave your blindfold on for just a second. here is marianne dill before. all right, marianne, let's see the new you. wow! nice! wow. all right, bob, it is time. please take off your blindfold. check out your bride. >> wow. where is she? wow.
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>> all right. marianne, turn around. >> you look 18, like whether we got married. >> oh, my gosh. >> put your glasses on. wow. you look so hot. >> oh, my gosh. i love it! >> turn around. >> we have to get married again. >> what did you say? >> i have to get married again. >> i'm in. >> gorgeous. isn't it beautiful? >> come on. i love it. i love, love, love. >>at i promise you, we have another 50 years together. here's what i did. i made her hair, of course, she had gray hair. 20 minutes today, we made her hair this soft blonde color. then, of course, we have the great stylist. the hair was too far off her forehead. this cam flaunl -- camouflages
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jeans! >> i love it. >> they're all from talbot. a great piece for fall is a leather blazer. >> round of applause for marianne. you can go right over there. our second lady is sheila miller. she is 55 from a beautiful part of california, dana point. she's in town with an extended family reunion. she is a volunteer with church and very involved in jail ministry. she likes hiking. she has four children and two granddaughters. ambushed this morning but with these experts, how could she go wrong? let's listen to her story. >> you said a lot of words to me about how your feeling before interview. so tell everyone. >> well, i'm shocked. i'm nervous. i'm stunned. just going to be an amazing experience. >> i promise that. what do you think of all this? >> well, sheila is a beautiful girl. i can't imagine her being any more beautiful. but i'm thrilled that she has this opportunity. i love her. >> awe. i love him. okay. we're very excited to take care of you for three hours.
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>> jill, that's why you're so happily married because you said exactly the right thing. >> it's easy to be happily married when sheila is your wife. >> wow. all right. let's find jewels. let's take one last look at sheila before. and bring her out. sheila miller. >> wow! pretty. >> beautiful! >> wow. all right. take a look at your bride. >> whoa! >> you're a 10 top of the line, now you're a 12 or a 13. >> this guy is mr. charm, huh? >> wow. >> thank you. >> you can stand with her if you like. are you ready? spin around. >> it's amazing. oh, my gosh. >> you look gorgeous. beautiful. >> wow. >> spin right around. >> okay. >> she had the dark hair color. what i did is softened it into a
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of color. >> i love it. >> again, swept away bangs. great shape. >> and that is a darling outfit. >> outfit from talbots. >> all right. let's bring marianne back out. here are our ladies. >> right here. >> there is for you with your formulas. >> all right. thank you. >> you'll be all set to go. >> thank you, everybody. >> buzzing with the hottest hues
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it may be time to swap out that bright neon for a warmer hue. >> here with the shimmers and shades sure to be this fall's most popular polishes is today's style editor bobbi thomas. >> hi, darling. >> this is a fun way to shift into fall when it is so hot out. >> yeah. >> ready for boots and sweaters. i really love the nail update if you're out there looking for something edgy but not too harsh, navy is making a really big comeback. those that think blue is too bold, tracy, xwor jous -- gorgeous from my team, she is showing off this beautiful color. it's a sophisticated way to get that deep flair. it is really pretty this season with a little shimmer. the cult favorites when it comes to navy. opi is known for the russian navy. and then etsi is known for the midnight cami. and there is brand new navy after midnight and rolling in the deep. i love nail polish names.
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>> everybody asks me on twitter, is this opi. over the taupe. >> also metallics in general are set to make a comeback. glitter is in the nail polish, too. sephora has this formula. it's about jewel tones with sparkle. >> it's already in it. >> yeah. but there is another big craze happening. we talked about the chrome nail polish trend. if you you're watching people use chrome powder. this is a liquid. it also reminds me of mercury. you paint it on wet. but as it dries, it starts to have this mirror effect. >> okay. >> can you see that? >> yeah. it looks like a mirror. >> yeah. >> why is there red on the rest of your finger. >> i'm going to show you next step. you see how it dries? >> that is weird. >> you're going to look weird the rest of the day.
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it is huge this season. big brands like chanel and orbe are launching brand new classic reds. and this is just a helpful tip. this is a cuticle nail sticker. this helps you get perfect application. so you just peel it off. >> so i listed all of those online. what i'm really excited about, the warm toasty nudz. kathie lee, you're favorite. there are so many new nudz. blackout has a really cool people with deeper skin tones. you can get warm taupy shades that don't feel too bay. >> awesome. thank you so much. >> thank you, bobbi. >> he spends his life giving for others. check out the surprise we have for him next. approaching medicare eligibility? you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-five,
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it's thirsty thursday. hoda's been playing fairy godmother helping viewers check things off their bucket list. she gave a young mom a big surprise on her favorite tv show "law & order." what do you got today? >> i have a surprise for the sweetest, most humble people i ever met. he is merrill powers. he changed thousands of lives. he runs a salvation army in center, a drug treatment facility, and meals on wheels. and merrill never takes a break. that was until we forced him to with a surprise visit from one of his idols. >> merrill powers, head of a salvation army center in chicago, has spent the last 24 hours grilling a feast for the community. he has no idea this whole party is actually for him. >> captain merrill. >> he has his wife nancy to
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>> he wants people to feel loved. the person that maybe hasn't had anybody shake their hand. >> there you go. >> he wants to shake that hand. >> like tom murphy, when he first met merrill, tom was living in a tent. nobody would hire him. >> he never put me down because i was homeless or anything else. he just offered me the opportunity to prove myself. >> merrill's calling is to help others. but he does have another passion. >> barbecuing. secondary sweetheart let's call it. >> a food network fanatic, he won his share of ribbons but mostly merrill grills for those in need. >> you want to talk to merrill, you have to get through me. >> the highlight of today's party, merrill's pulled pork, secret rub and another secret. one of merrill's all time
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>> let's do this. >> come on. >> good afternoon. i hope everybody's had a chance to get some food. hi. >> merrill? >> yes? >> i'm hoda from "the "today" show. >> hi. >> hi. i didn't mean to interrupt you. but i wanted to let you know that we came here today for you. >> okay. >> you're beautiful wife nancy told us about this remarkable, does nothing but give. and so we decided to come here and to honor you. >> thank you. >> we understand you serve so many people and we also understand that you make a mean barbecue. they say you love those shows, the cooking shows. you love those?
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>> good to see you. >> good to see you. >> you and i have something in common. we speak through our food. and as soon as i got to this neighborhood, i could smell where you were cooking. and so i'm here to taste your barbecue. >> oh, my. >> how about some food, everybody. >> come on! >> all right. >> that is amazing. >> that's so delicious. >> i w l a new friend when he is watching the shows to be able to say i met him. >> add a little more. >> you got it. >> to say, you know, i cooked with him and had a story to tell. >> i hope you like my potato salad. >> definitely trophy worthy. >> trophy worthy. >> cooking for bobby play, check. but nancy has one more wish for her husband. >> i don't even know how many lives you've touched.
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>> i love you. >> i love you. >> love you. >> i would do anything if he could truly see the impact that he makes. >> thanks for helping me get my life back on track. >> what does it feel like seeing physically what you've done? >> i'm proud of them. the beauty of being here is a miracle every day. and, you know this is just a few >> thank you. thank you. >> hoda, don't you love it? >> i love it. he said i'm proud of them. >> yeah. >> humility is a beautiful thing. we should all try more of it. >> by the way, merrill spends two days making turkey for the center. so our friends at butterball donated 150 turkeys for every thanksgiving for the next decade. >> oh, my gosh. stop it!
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>> tune in tomorrow, final bucket list wish this week. >> and this one is unbelievable. time to head into the kitchen. haley has a 20 minute meal for a busy weekend and wearing the world's greatest necklace ever. we'll be right back. marco...! polo! marco...! polo! marco...! polo! marco...! polo! marco...! s?? polo! marco...! polo! scusa? ma io sono marco polo, ma... marco...! playing "marco polo" with marco polo? ragazzini, io sono marco polo. s?, sono qui... what's not surprising? how much money amanda and keith saved by switching to geico. ahhh... polo. marco...! polo! fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. polo! are you frustrated with how clear windex makes your windows? introducing...schmindex! look! windex makes glass too spotless and too dangerous... but shmindex makes it dirty
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now that summer is over, kids back to school, parents need to get a dinner on the table. tz >> our food team asked actress haley duff to come up with a simple meal that can be ready in 20 minutes.
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>> it just smells like brown butter in here. right? >> i don't know what it is. it is delicious. >> what do we do? >> this is actually a recipe from the new show haley for america. it is also a recipe i make at home all the time. so few ingredients. basically butter, mizo, ingredient i love to cook with. it's an every major grocery store. but it sounds really decadent and dressed up. >> delicious taste. >> yeah. and crushed red pepper and shrimp and pasta, that's it. >> you can use any pasta, i'm sure. >> any pasta. whatever is in the pantry. we dump this in boiling water. always salt your water. super important. >> okay. >> what is that? >> that is just makes the water starchier which we'll come back to later. >> okay. >> so another great trick for not making a pasta stick together is give it a really great stir off the top. 30 seconds or so.
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just make sure you stir it really well for 30 seconds or so. >> okay. >> so your little girl is 15 months and is eating everything now. >> she is a chow hound. oh, my god. >> oh, my goodness. look at her. >> she loves her sunglasses. >> i cannot handle that. >> okay. the butter is going to go right in the skillet. you're going to cook it on low. you don't want to burn butter. >> no. no. >> no burned butter. so just on low. it starts to bubble and you'll really smell it turn nice and nutty. >> yeah. >> then you're going to add the miso paste. it comes like this. >> yeah. it is like peanut butter. >> it's going to go right in there. >> okay. >> how much is that? >> this is like two tablespoons of it. >> all right. depending on how much you're cooking, you're going to put that all right in there.
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>> you want lemon? >> this is actually the pasta water. >> exactly. >> and this is going to help -- this is going to actually break up your pasta as it starts to stick together. it's a great way to rehydrate it. >> okay. >> it also can kind of like make this sauce a little thicker. add in a little like. that whisk it together. you want to go really slow. you don't want a thick sauce. just whisk this and as it heats up, the miso will melt down in the butter. you want to go slow. you don't wanto >> this is what is taking the 20 minutes actually. >> yes. >> it's not the other stuff. the shrimp is going to go right in there, too. >> okay. and all these are just going to lay into that sauce. >> usually shrimp cooks quickly. but on a low heat like this, it's a little longer. >> on the low, it is going to take a while. >> all right. >> it's on the low, you know?
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>> all right. so now that you have it all cooked up -- >> we get to try it. >> how about that brown butter. >> something is going on down at that end. >> all righty. >> here kat. >> scoot on down here. this is what it's going to turn into, it's going to be really fragrant nutty sauce. all the pasta goes right back in. there and then this is when that pasta water is helpful. it can go all right in there. >> oh, my gosh. bam. >> this is nice. i want to try all the finished ones. >> this recipe go to today.com/food. >> she has written songs with megan trainor and shared the stage with carrie underwood, now former "american idol" lauren alaina is going to sing for us next. >> and i'm going to eat.
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the wonder and wow of weather. >> everything is amazing. it could be the smallest ice crystal, the biggest storm cloud. >> what's amazing out there means to me, it means looking up and being inspired. >> even if it's just straight-up blue skies. >> how beautiful is that? that little burst of red when the sun comes right over the ocean. t >> what it means to you is a memory. how that affects our lives, what are we going to wear, what are we going to eat? to me, all those interactions that the weather has real influences on. that's why it's amazing out there. >> what it means for me is it lets the world know what's happening at the weather
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unique is that we are meteorologists. we know what's going on with the weather. and that makes a tremendous difference. >> somebody just walks up to you in the field and says thanks for being there. we're so glad you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge. we have a responsibility. we have a drive to provide information to people, to help them help the communities. they matter so much. >> when you start linking the le and the science and the data, it makes a real connection. it drives home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather. >> i do love weather. >> i love the weather. and i love working with people who love the weather. this is what we love to do. >> every single day is going to be something spectacular. it is truly amazing out there. someone's hacked all our technology. technology...
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she's the georgia native that captured america's heart when she performed on "american idol" at just 16 years old and landed in the runner up position. we're talking about country music sensation lauren alaina. and her debut album hit number one on the country smart. she toured with jason aldeen and luke brian and alan jackson. >> now she's out with a new single her self titled lp. we're so happy for you. >> hey. >> you have a band and everything. >> i know. >> we love you. you were working with megan trainor. >> yes. i wrote this new single with her. >> she's one of your new best friends. here she is. >> take it away.
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the rhythm of a different drum ? ? why do we analyze break out and criticize the crazy ones ? ? oh, you won't make yourself a name if you follow the rules ? ? history gets made when you're acting a fool ? ? so don't hold it back and just run it ? ? show what you got and just own it ? ? no they can't tear you apart, ? if you trust your rebel heart ride it into battle ? ? don't be afraid take the road less traveled ? >> we now bring you the start of
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all right. before we get to our teases, we have an announcement to make. it's a huge announcement for our girl amanda. it is amanda's birthday. come on up. amanda, our new orleans girl. come on! your cake and your champagne. >> amanda. we would like to make a toast you to. we love you. >> thank you, darling. we do. >> and we're so glad that you're part o our little family. >> thank you. >> don't you love amanda? >> everybody loves amanda. tomorrow, another bucket list surprise for one lucky fan. >> and the tip that could make your kid's homework a little easier. >> and prepared to be amazed. we're going to try to set a record on the show. >> have a great day, everybody. >> and it's tommy's birthday, too. where is tommy?
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