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nice picture good morning, america. breaking overnight, a train full of passengers derails out west striking a tree and plunging into the water below. more than 200 on board scrambling to escape. rescue workers smashing windows of of. up for grab, voters in four states heading to the polls. >> i hope you'll vote for me. >> an overfull crowd greets donald trump. hillary clinton pledges to do everything to stop it. >> we will not let a person like that ever become president of the united states. >> donald trump joins us live. bombshell admission. tennis superstar maria sharapova coming clean revealing the secret go a drug test that could rock her career. what the five-time grand slam winner is saying now.
guess who battling it out with ginger zee in "dancing with the stars." wait till you see what's coming next. >> 10. >> 10. >> the full "dancing with the stars" cast here live for their first interview only on "gma." and good morning, america. morning america." who here is ready for the reseal? >> now we saw them all morning long upstairs. wait till you see them here. always a big day on "gma." we already revealed ginger zee with val and jodie sweetin and we have a clue for you about another contestant, one of them is the former wife of a current presidential candidate. >> wonder who that is. the super bowl and a heisman trophy winner, as well. >> one in the same. >> one in the same. >> a lot of surprises. can't wait to get to those.
news overnight. a commuter train plunging into a creek after jumping the trains happening east of san francisco where kayna whitworth is now. good morning to you, kayna. >> reporter: amy, good morning. it was just after rush hour when this commuter train derailed and when you look behind me you can get a sense of how far that first car fell before it landed in the creek below. i went down there. that water is moving fast and it is cold. passengers telling us that right before the crash, there was an eerie silence. twisted metal, a desperate rescue effort. >> we're having a difficult time figuring out how we're going to access anybody on this train. >> reporter: emergency personnel breaking windows in a frantic race to make sure all 214 safety. >> out of my seat, yeah and hurt my shoulder. >> reporter: at 7:25 p.m. this commuter train traveling from
the first car twisting sideways into the rain-swollen creek. >> the train flipped and started seeing water coming in the bottom of the train. >> reporter: as rising water overtakes the train, passengers scramble to escape. >> i need an additional three ambulances to this location. >> reporter: officials telling abc news it's a miracle everyone survived. those who were not injured had to walk two miles on a fire road before being shuttled to safety. >> i was never more happy to see flashing lights. >> reporter: nine people were taken to the hospital. four of them with serious injuries. now, i was speaking with authorities that tell me today they plan on removing the three cars that are on the tracks first. they consider them to be unstable and then they will remove the car that's in the water and, of course, amy and george, train service is canceled until further notice. >> understandable. kayna whitworth, thanks so much. >> that could have been so much worse. we move on to a big day in the race for the white house. republicans facing contests in four states and democrats battling it out in two as our
the gap with donald trump nationwide. abc's tom llamas is on the trail in jackson, mississippi. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. the polls here in mississippi open in about an hour, and we now know that mayor michael bloomberg will not be entering the race for president while mitt romney will play an active role recording a robo call for marco rubio. it's not an endorsement but the message is clear don't vote for donald trump. at a mississippi high schoolkoolchool rallying a crowd inside and outside with four states voting today, trump laying it on thick. >> michigan, we have hawaii and we have the greatest potato group in the world, idaho. i love idaho. i love idaho. i told them, i just tweeted, i said i love you, potatoes. >> reporter: as he finds himself
>> donald trump hasn't served this country a day in his life. >> reporter: veterans attacking him as a draft dodger and a conservative pac attacking him over his temperament. >> i know words. i have the best words. this is your [ bleep ] -- he gets the nomination he'll sue his [ bleep ]. she said he's a [ bleep ]. >> reporter: former new york may more michael bloomberg writing there is a good chance that my candidacy could lead to the election of donald trump or senator ted cruz. trump yet to respond. as for the democrats -- >> we will not let a person like that ever become president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: overnight, in detroit, hillary clinton pledging to prevent a trump presidency. >> i mean, you got to say this about him, he's an equal opportunity attacker. >> hi. how are you today? >> reporter: the democratic
ill will between her and senator bernie sanders. >> do you consider him an enemy or ally. >> an ally for sure. >> reporter: that doesn't mean she wants him in the white house. >> tap him to be your vp choice? >> let's not get ahead of ourselves. >> reporter: for sanders the feeling is mutual. >> we'll talking about running this campaign to win to become president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: now, we mentioned that hawaii votes today, as well. now, donald trump was asking for votes there like only donald trump can putting out this tweet on twitter saying i employ many people in hawaii at my congratulate hotel in honolulu. i will be there very soon. vote for me, hawaii. when he's going there, it's unclear. back to you. >> he loves idaho potatoes and we'll talk to him in a moment. to another big headline. the major verdict in the erin andrews trial. the sportscaster leaving the courtroom with a huge win. a jury awarding her $55 million
stalker recorded at a hotel. abc's eva pilgrim has the very latest for us from nashville this morning. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, amy. after almost two weeks of an emotional trial, centered around that naked video of erin andrews, it took the jury about six hours to make a decision. and one juror telling abc news, they wanted this verdict to send a message. >> 55 million, correct? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: erin andrews overcome with emotion as the judge read the verdict. the jury deciding the nashville mar vot shares the blame for that secretly recorded video seen by more than 17 million people. erin andrews later tweeting this statement. i've been honored by all the support from victims around the world. their outreach has helped me be able to stand up and hold accountable those whose job it is to protect everyone's safety. >> it's ongoing and it's going to be ongoing for the rest of her life. >> reporter: andrews claimed the hotel made it easy for her stalker, michael barrett to get
through a peephole he altered shoot video of her getting out of the shower. the hotel claims he was a criminal who tricked them into gaining access and one juror saying the only debate for the group was how much to pay her. the $55 million payout will be split almost in half with barrett taking 51% of the fault. the hotel's management company and owner, 49%. >> an amount that high sends a pretty strong message. >> the hotel industry we just felt like they need to get the message that this is somebody's privacy. it's their personal life and you got to take that seriously. >> reporter: the hotel's lawyers disappointed with the outcome saying they hope to eventually talk to the jurors before deciding if they will appeal. >> keep in mind this had never happened before and hadn't happened since. there are all kinds of measures that were undertaken after this was discovered, what mr. barrett had done. >> reporter: the hotel's lawyer says the nashville marriott has
make sure this never happens again, amy. >> eva pilgrim, thanks so much. joining us now abc news chief legal analyst, dan abrams. six hours. were you surprised by such a quick and large verdict. >> i was stunned by the speed. this was a long jury trucks with a lot of complicated legal questions. but let's be clear. this was a huge win for erin andrews. not just in terms of the number, but in terms of the way the verdict came down. meaning the concern for erin andrews was too much of this verdict will be for barrett, the guy who actually filmed it. why is that a problem? he's got no money so the real question was how much is going to be allocated to marriott so by doing this verdict at 51% responsibility for barrett, he was clearly the guy who actually did it, but then a whole 49% for marriott, that's about as good a verdict as she could get in terms of the split. not only do you have this big $55 million verdict but this $26 million verdict against marriott
for erin andrews. >> do you think that the amount will hold, though, under appeal. >> the first question is going to be for the judge. the judge is going to review this verdict first and if the judge thinks that it's excessive, the judge could actually be involved in reducing it first of all even before an appeal but i think that there's very likely this verdict will stand largely even if it's reduced a bit. >> all right, dan abrams, we appreciate it. thanks so much. and now to that bombshell announcement rocking the tennis world, maria sharapova, one of the sport's biggest stars calling a press conference admitting she failed a drug test. abc's ryan smith is here with the latest on that. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: so many thought she was going to announce her retirement but maria sharapova stunned the world with that shocking announcement saying she takes full responsibility for the failed test and that a rule change tripped her up. this morning, maria sharapova, the world's highest paid female athlete and tennis star coming clean. admitting to a failed drug test at this year's australian open.
>> reporter: testing positive for the drug meldonium used to treat heart ailments but some studies suggest it may boost endurance for some who take it banned by the world anti-doping agency this year. >> i was legally taking it for the past ten years. meldonium became a prohibited substance which i had not known. >> reporter: sharapova admitted she received an e-mail about banned substances but -- >> i did not look at that list. >> reporter: the 28-year-old one of tennis' best willing wimbledon at 17, number one in the world by 18, five grand slam titles in her career. recently beset by injuries, sidelined since that australian open. but off the court, a sponsor's dream. the fashion icon and businesswoman making a whopping 30 million pitching products for the likes of nike, avon, tiffany's and porsche hauling in more money than world number one
rocking the tennis news. jennifer capriati lashing out saying i didn't have the high priced team for me to cheep and martina navratilova says i hope this gets cleared up as it seems to be an honest mistake. now she's waiting for the next steps making one thing clear. >> i know with this i face consequences and i don't want to end my career this way. and i really hope that i will given another chance to play this game. >> reporter: sharapova's lawyer telling us while players can be suspended as long as four years for a failed test, players found to unintentionally fail them can get as little as no penalty. she will be provisionally suspended sunday and already with the star. continues. >> it is refreshing to have someone openly admit that.
back to the white house race. now four contest, donald trump the front-runner in all of them. he joins us now, mr. trump, thank you for joining us again this morning. you are the front-runner in the four states today but you're taking a lot of hit, as well. we showed them sons of money coming in against you and our poll shows you falling off your peak, both ted cruz and marco rubio beating you in head-to-head matchups. are you worried this is drawing blood? >> no, i think we're doing very well and leading in michigan and we're leading in mississippi and nationally we're leading as i think you see the cnn poll had us at 49% to 15%. but certainly they're spending tens of millions on fighting me, the establishment and, you know, they would rather not see me in there. you had failed people mitt romney talking, one of the worst campaigns i've ever witnessed in my life and he's out there now speaking negatively as negatively as he can. you know, where was that energy when he was fighting obama? he disappeared he was a terrible
i would imagine something like that could have an impact but we have a lot of loyal people. >> nobody would call michael bloomberg a failure. here's what he said. he's not getting in because he's worried it might help you and said "trump has run the most divisive and demagogic campaign i've seen preying on people's prejudices and fears. trump appeals to our worst impulses" from someone who's been pretty friendly to you and says he won't get in to help make sure you don't win. >> well, look, you know, i mean i used to be a friend of his when he had a problem with ferry point a failed project in new york he called on me to solve it and i did. i made it successful and was under construction for 0 years and no one knew what to do. he used to be a friend of mine. i guess he disagrees with what i'm saying but i lot agree. we have to be vigilant, smart,
strengthen our borders. we have to get rid of obamacare and replace it with something good, george and, you know, i mean the polls i'm looking at, i don't know about the ones you have but the ones i'm looking at, i'm way up in michigan and way up in mississippi which are going today and i'm doing well in idaho. i love their potatoes and i doing well in idaho and doing well in hawaii, so i just don't know what to tell you. >> meantime the number of prominent people comparing you to adolf hitler is growing by the day. you saw over louis c.k. and glenn beck called you a dangerous man and yesterday the mexican president said you're using the same language that ushered in hitler and mussolini. i can't remember that kind of comparison being used against any other presidential candidate. does it suggest to you should tone down your rhetoric and tactics? >> well, maybe so but i mean, look, i have a tremendous following. we want to make america great again. it's a strong following. i don't know about the hitler
i hadn't heard that but it's a terrible comparison. i'm not happy about that certainly. i don't want that comparison but, you know, we have to be strong and we have to be vigilant and people agree with that and we don't want to lose our jobs to china and we don't want to lose our jobs to mexico and japan and all these countries taking our jobs away from us like we're children. we don't know what we're doing. we have leaders that don't know what they're doing. we're losing so much in this country and we're losing -- we're losing the spirit and we just can't do it so i have to be -- i have to be strong and, again, i have a group of -- i have a tremendous following. you know, the republican, the biggest story in politics is how many people are going to the primaries on the republican side, it's a record number. they're up 55%, 60%. some are up as much as 100%. and that hasn't happened ever. they say it's never happened. and the democrats are down 350%% so something positive is happening? we'll wait to see what happens tonight, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. >> all right, thank you, george.
made it official yesterday. announcing his retirement and ending his record-breaking career. the broncos quarterback and two-time super bowl champ known as the sheriff got emotional when he announced his decision. >> today, i retire from pro football. thank you to the indianapolis colts organization and all of the fans across this country, to all of my denver teammate, thank you for what you've done for this old quarterback and, of course, my gratitude to the broncos fans ofeverywhere. i revere football. i love the game. so you don't have to wonder if i'll miss it, absolutely, absolutely i will. and i look back on my nfl career, i'll know without a doubt that i gave everything i had to help my teams walk away with a win. i've fought a good fight. i finish my football race and after 18 years, it's time. god bless all of you and god
>> he said old quarterback. he's only 39 years old but football in dog years he's really like 90 but he'll play golf with his brothers cooper and eli. >> what a career. thank you, michael. out to rob in philadelphia. you got the latest on flash flooding, huh? >> yeah, george, west of dallas, mineral wells.
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he leaves today on vacation for his 30th wedding anniversary. the governor says that he will stay in touch by phone today because in his words, your 30th wedding anniversary only comes once. if no agreement is reach, transit workers plan to strike at 12:01 a.m. on sunday. it is time to check the commute with heather. >>reporter: an we'll talk about what's happening here cross island parkway hempsted, only the left lane is open. john del gorno has these pictures to show us. only the left lane going through this spot, that's because of that overturned vehicle. let's go back over to our maps. i can tell you that we do have some issues with the b and c trains, mechanical problems 110th street. problems with the l trains and the b and d trains and our street cleaning rules are in effect for today. ken, over to you. >> heather, thank you. meteorologist bill evans now with the accuweather forecast. >> well, we've got sunshine, a beautiful day, going to have a warm day. it's starting out now 49 degrees, way warmer than it should be for this hour, way warmer than our 33, 34 degrees
cambria heights, riverdale at 50. we're a little chilly in some spotsz like the south-facing shores for today with the southerly wind. but we quickly get into the low 60s, upper 60s parts of the area later today. mid-70s tomorrow. we set record highs on wednesday and thursday. ken. >> thank you, sir. that is the news for now. coming up a juror from the o.j. simpson case speaks out with
welcome back to "gma." you're looking live at sunol, california, where a commuter train derailed overnight. more than 200 passengers on board scrambling to escape. 9 were taken to the hospital. they are all recovering this morning, remarkably. >> thank goodness for that. funeral plans set for nancy reagan. former first lady will be laid ronald reagan presidential library and first lady michelle obama planning to attend. republicans going head-to-head from hawaii to michigan and democrats facing contests in two. our dance party is in full swing. our audience getting in on the fun. there they are with the "dancing with the stars" troupe. we are counting down to the big reveal, the entire cast of season 22 all together for the very first time in just moments.
that's all coming up. we begin -- more good news. we begin with hulk hogan. he's on the stand and under oath against gawker. he says he was, quote, completely humiliated by the sex tape gawker posted online. abc's linzie janis is outside the courthouse in st. st. petersburg. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: good morning. hogenkamp's lawyer arguing gawker intentionally inflicted harm on him in order to exercise its power to bring down a celebrity and increase its profit. hogenkamp telling the jury the tape changed his whole world. how are you feeling today? >> pretty darned good. >> reporter: ready for a fight? >> no, no fight. just going to tell the truth. >> reporter: hulk hogan quietly confident on his way into the legal ring. the wrestling legend suing gawker for $100 million. his lawyers telling a jury the gossip site crossed the line when it posted a secretly recorded tape of hogenkamp
the then wife of his then best friend florida radio shock jock bubba clem. >> they made a conscious decision to expose him to the entire world. >> reporter: hogenkamp taking the witness stand telling the jury that clem known as bubba the love sponge shared his wife dozens of time and always told clem to knock it off but in 2007 after hogenkamp's wife of 23 years left him and he was on the emotional ropes -- >> i just let my guard down and thought they cared about me. >> reporter: he's calling the situation surreal. >> just so weird an so crazy. my gut was telling me, bubba, you're not filming this, are you and he just slashed into me. i'm your f'ing best friend, how dare you say that to me. >> reporter: he says he believed his friend then a bombshell. hogan talking about the moment he realized the full extent of
>> when the tmz call came in, they told me that bubba was on at the end of the tape, turned the camera saying heather if we ever need to retire, this is our retirement. >> reporter: but the defense arguing the existence of a sex tape was already in the news making it newsworthy suggesting hogan knew there were cameras in the house and pointing out inconsistencies in past statements like right after they were released when he said he'd watched but later said he has still not seen it. >> so, did you think that that would be a good thing to say you'd seen some of the program when you hadn't? i just don't -- >> i don't understand why i said that because i haven't seen a minute of the tape. that was probably in the hulk hogan mode try to get through the day. >> reporter: gawker is zeroing in on the inconsistency sensesies saying terry bollea doesn't always tell
>> okay, thanks very much. now to a big headline about something we've all probably done, i've definitely done getting distracted by our phones while we walk. well, there is a new study out revealing just how dangerous that actually is. abc's t.j. holmes is here with more on that. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, robach. folks can't even walk and chew gum but think they can walk and text, right. but what's the worst that can happen? the mentality walking, maybe i run into somebody or a light pole, rude and mabry kick louse but increasingly we're getting more evidence that it's actually dangerous, even deadly. we know the dangers of texting while driving, this morning, a new warning. a study finds the number of pedestrians killed in traffic accidents last year increased 10% from the year before and from 009 to 2014 a nearly 20% increate. one possible reason for the spike, more people walking while distracted on their cell phones.
at some point. like this guy, he barely flips as a car turns inches in front of him and a bear on the loose and this man, almost walked right into him. >> very, very terrifying. >> reporter: who can forget michael michael scott texted himself right into that koi pond and hit the streets to see it ourselves. >> were you texting while walking? >> reading an e-mail. >> reporter: we caught one after another after another. people texting or talking on their phone ss while crossing a busy new york city street. we caught you looking down. fancy webb was texting while carrying her daughter when she fell. >> right when i was pressing send i stepped off the curb and twisted both of my ankles. >> her daughter wasn't hurt but she was on crutches for weeks. >> ever since then i have not texted and walked. >> reporter: watch what happens on the nat geo show called
>> you didn't see a gorilla on the treat. >> i was on my phone. >> a lot of 230eb8gs are looking down. they were looking for music in their ipod and a lot looking for directions and whatnot but, guys, i caught a lady holding hands with her child crossing the street and looking down. when i pointed that out to her she was flat out and embarrassed and begged us not to put her on television. you can look silly doing it but this can be downright dangerous and something to these numbers. they're trying to figure it out. >> when you look at the streets even if someone isn't looking at their phone it's in their hands and the possibility is right there. better. i know how to multitask. them? it's like an appendage. lives. >> we all can do better. we will do better. coming up here, o.j. simpson trial back in the headlines with that new miniseries. we'll hear from one of the jurors calling the show a total work of fiction. also coming up a major
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acquitted him. >> they said we'd be sequestered for only three months. somebody lied. >> reporter: it was nine months. >> yeah. >> is that a record? >> i think that's a record. >> reporter: now 54, he says he still stands by the ver. he claims the evidence presented to the jurors simply wasn't enough to put o.j. behind bars. 20 years later do you stand by the decision of the jury? >> oh, yeah. what we were given, do i think he did it, yeah, there's a shot he did do it but then on the other hand, the evidence didn't prove it. >> reporter: is there one thing that would have changed the verdict? >> if they had the weapon with his handprints on it, something that just can't be disputed. >> reporter: as for the miniseries bringing the trial back to life, he says it's made for television. >> my first impression was, did this stuff really happen? did some of this happen?
the bickering, the behind-the-scenes part, you know, where there's marcia clark behind here doing this, that and the other. >> reporter: just last week when many thought was a new lead in the two decades old case sparking a frenzy of interest. >> the actual item is described as a knife. >> reporter: but sources telling us that just like all the other tips over the years, it wasn't the murder weapon after all. as for david, his life post-trial has never been the same. >> lost friends, people that i knew whenouldn't talk to me anymore. a few fistfights. >> over o.j.? >> yeah, yeah. >> reporter: and over the verdict? for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> our thanks to matt. coming up we are talking to the hero dad who saved his son from this flying bat at a baseball game. >> that's a good arm there. and what hayden panettiere is saying about her serious health battle. we'll be right back.he woman in the mid-90's showstopper...
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now shaun cunningham and his son landon join us from mateflorida. how are you? >> good. >> shaun, take us back to the moment you see the bat flying at your son landon's face. >> yeah, we were just down there for the day watching the pirates play the braves. it was part of an early birthday present for my son, and my wife and daughter dropped us off so they could do some shopping and he wanted to get a couple pictures and shoot them to his mom in a text so i let him borrow my phone while he was looking down just to see how they turned out before he sent the text, i saw the bat slip out of the player's hands and was headed towards us and didn't have a lot of time to react and just did whatever i could to try to block it or deflect the bat and really had no idea how close it came to my son's face until i saw the picture sunday night.
really, really scary when you see the picture. it almost takes your breath away. what goes through your mind like you said when you saw the pitcher how close it came to hitting landon. what goes through your mind when you see the pictures now? >> thankful that he's okay and, you know, god was with us and looked out for us. my heart sank at first because like i said i didn't realize how close it came to my son's face before i could get my arm in the way but just very thankful that, you know, everything turned out and no one was seriously injured. >> now, landon, what do you say? is your dad a hero? >> yes, my dad is a hero. >> i like the way you say hero. you melt my heart, young man. shaun, you're a paramedic. you've seen injuries and sports-related injuries. how badly do you think this could have gotten if you weren't there and didn't have your hand out and paying attention.
we learn from this. >> this could ruin the entire game of injuries. thankful it all worked out and no one was seriously injured. >> now, landon, are you till going to go to baseball games? >> yes, if i sit next to my dad. >> that's what i'm talking about, my friend. you know what, shaun, well done. landon, thank you for joining us. now, get to school, young man and thank you guys and we're glad everything is okay. >> thank you very much. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> ah. landon is a smart kid. sitting next to his dad. >> always going to have his wingman. >> absolutely. >> good job. coming up in our next hour, our huge "dancing with the stars" party. ginger is in so is jodie sweetin, you'll find out who else is battling it out in the ballroom. we have our big live reveal and dance party all coming up right here on "good morning america." >> are you dancing, george?but i've managed. except that managing my symptoms was all i was doing.
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where will your shoes take you? good morning. it's 7:56 on this tuesday, march 8th. i'm ken rosato. and topping our headlines at this hour, at least five people have been rescued from a carbon monoxide leak that happened inside a home at 77th avenue on oakland gardens queens. all five have been treated for exposure to high levels of potentially deadly gas. now, one person was in serious condition, the others suffered some minor injuries. the source of that carbon monoxide may have been a faulty chimney flu. it is time now to check the commute. let's check in now with heather. >>reporter: over to our maps, ken, we'll look at the 2 and 3 trains. ems activity at 14th street, causing some delays. and the l trains track condition, expect some delays. b and d trains signal problems at tremont avenue. new jersey transit, pass quach valley line about 15-minute delays. long island railroad, metro north running on or close to schedule. lincoln tunnel, doing some work
we did have that work taken delay. 50 minutes coming inbound at the lincoln tunnel, the holland tunnel has a 30-minute delay. and then taking a look at the cross island parkway, this was a big accident on the hempsted turnpike. that earlier multi-vehicle accident has been cleared away. you can still see that delay as you come northbound, southbound side is also jam packed as you go into that area. we have alternate side of the for today. ken, back to you. you. meteorologist bill evans now has the accuweather forecast. >> and we've got sunshine, a beautiful day. your 8:00 temperature now is going to be 50 degrees, right in line with our forecast, way warm for this time of the year. so we're looking at some nice spring fever days coming right at you. 40 white plains, 41 islip. today we're looking at 61 by noontime, 68 this afternoon. even west of the city might actually hit 70, the interior. cooler on the south-facing shores. mid-70s tomorrow. ken. >> thank you, sir. rnlt and that is the news for now. coming up the new class of
good morning, america. "dancing with the stars" is back. the entire cast revealed together live this morning from ginger zee to "full house"'s jodie sweetin and the rest of the stars about to battle it out on the ballroom. the big names and surprising picks, we've got them all and see their partners all together for their first interview and a superstar guest from down under. medical breakthrough. new hope for women unable to carry children. the first uterus transplant in the u.s. the 26-year-old patient at the center of it speaking out. dr. ashton live with the latest. breakfast recall. starbucks yanks its popular egg and sausage sandwiches over concerns of deadly bacteria. the latest on the coffee giant's crisis. and hayden panettiere's health battle, the star speaking out about dealing with
why she says she was terrified and tired of living in fear. time to get the chains out all that and the "dancing" stars going head-to-head in their first competition on "gma" as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] it's time for me to take it not going to fake it right now when you go down this is my game and you better come to play oh
but you've had me underrated uh-huh what's wrong with being complicated what's wrong with being what's wrong with being what's wrong with being confident uh-huh >> take your breath away. how is that? all the pros for season 22 of "dancing with the stars." i thought we had seen everything now we've gone way over the top. that was just incredible. >> the whole time we were all just going, wow. wow. >> yes, wow. >> wow. this year for the first time ever "gma" is join inging the pack with ginger zee, just had a baby and she is competing. >> she's ready to go. >> she looks fantastic. in a few minutes we'll reveal all of season 22's celebrities. we got another clue for you. three of them starred in some of your favorite past shows. now we've already told you about "full house" and jodie sweetin.
wait to see who else is here. you'll really be surprised. >> this is some cast coming up in just a little bit. right now we have to go to amy with the morning rundown. we begin with breaking news overnight. a commuter train derailing in northern california. that train heading from san jose to stockton struck a tree that had fallen onto the tracks. one car plunging sideways into a rain-swollen creek. emergency workers broke windows racing to make sure the 214 passengers on board were safe. nine were taken to the hospital. four suffered serious injuries. several train cars remain unstable and are now being removed. also breaking overnight, a reported tornado west of ft. worth, texas, at least a dozen homes have been destroyed, but no reports of any serious injuries. that region is bracing for more severe weather and flooding rains. rob's forecast is coming up in just a bit. well, the pentagon says u.s. air strikes in somalia have killed more than 150 members of the al shabaab terror group linked to al qaeda who are
preparations for a large attack. american troops in somalia were believed to be among the group's targets just last month, al shabaab detonated a bob inside a laptop inside a commercial plane over somalia. turning to the presidential race, another round of voting kicks off with primaries or caucuses in four states from michigan to hawaii. an abc news poll out this morning uncovered potential trouble for donald trump. the latest figures showing him winning easily in a three or four-man race but in a hypothetical two-man race he would trail both ted cruz and marco rubio. meanwhile, as trump gets slammed with a wave of new attack ads michael bloomberg ruling out that run saying he doesn't want his candidacy to help trump or cruz to win the race. well, new video from a near tragic plane crash in new york. look at that. the pilot deployed a parachute to soften the impact after losing engine power at 2,000 feet landing in this industrial park.
ten feet. he and his daughter walked away unharmed. shocking videotape from near chicago a suspected drunk driver was pulled over for driving with this 15-foot tree stuck in the grill of his car. her car. police say she admitted hitting the tree, but wasn't sure where that crash happened. and a favorite breakfast sandwich is now off the menu at hundreds of starbucks restaurants because of possible listeria contamination. the fda is recalling the sausage, egg and cheese sandwich sold at starbucks in texas, arkansas and oklahoma. no illnesses have been reported. and now to another big headline this morning. a major medical breakthrough that may offer some hope to women who have been struggling to get pregnant. doctors from the cleveland clinic performed the first uterine transplant in the united states and abc's linsey davis has that story. >> reporter: on monday, the cleveland clinic described how a team of 70 top experts completed the first ever uterus transplant
new hope to women unable to carry a child. >> these women are born with normal ovaries that produce healthy eggs. the problem is that there is nowhere for these eggs to go. >> reporter: the patient is 26-year-old lindsey. she was the first of ten scheduled to undergo this. >> i was 16 and was told i would never have children and here we are today at the beginning of that journey. >> reporter: here's how it works. a woman born without a uterus or nonfunctioning uterus gets a healthy uterus from a deceased donor implanted. after a year fertilized eggs are transferred one by one until the woman becomes pregnant. as for lindsey she still has a year of anti-rejeekz medication ahead of her before finding out if she can get pregnant. her doctors remain confident but she says she has more than just them to thank. >> i would like to take a moment to express the immense gratitude i feel towards my donor's family.
gift that i will never be able to repay and i am beyond thankful for them. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. [ applause ] >> the story bringing tears to abc news chief women's health correspondent, dr. jennifer ashton and dr. ashton, this is a surgery for women born without a uterus, something most of us haven't heard of but something that isn't that rare. >> we usually talk go a transplant as saving a life. in this case it's about potentially giving one. we're talking here about a syndrome called mrkh syndrome and this is really a nail our of development of the genital organs in a woman that affects 1 in 5,000 female births. they are born without a uterus and some cases without a lower genital tract but do have functioning ovaries but can be biological parents but cannot carry. >> they have to survive for a year taking immunotherapy and
different ivf from a regular woman than one who had a transplant 13 a couple big differences. when she undergoes ivf she will only be getting one embryo, no twins, she will undergo a planned scheduled elective cesarean section. this is'a uterus we're going to test in labor and of course she will have to take strong anti-rejection medication. there is date father on moms and babies born to transplant patients and they do pretty well but that's not an insignificant hurdle. >> had has happened in sweden. doctors have already successfully transplanted a uterus there. but surrogacy isn't legal in that country and our country given the fact that a woman can use her eggs and transplant them in another woman, what do you have to say to people who question this practice because we have that option? >> right, and the opponents here or the critics will say, no question, uterine surrogacy is cheaper, easier and safer, but it really speaks to the powerful
drive that women have to carry their own children. it's not the only path to parenthood but have to remember the context, 1967 the world's first heart transplant, almost 50 years later this is a historic event in women's health. >> you just gave me chills. all right, dr. ashton, thanks so much. jenn will take your questions throughout the morning. tweet her @drjashton as i search for the cam are and go to "gma's" facebook page as well. let's head upstairs to lara and michael. >> thank you very much. am, here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." the moment we've been waiting for, our huge "dancing with the stars" party is about to begin. and in just a moment we'll revealing the entire cast but we've already told you two of the celebrities. let me show you, ginger zee and jodie sweetin. >> more to come. all here live in your studio and another clue for you, one of them, listen up, is a super bowl mvp.
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all been waiting for -- the season 22 "dancing with the stars" cast reveal. are you guys ready? >> we are ready. >> let's go. >> let's get into position and let's get it started. this "full house" star is ready to rumba. if you don't think she has a shot at the mirror ball, you are so rude. >> come out jodie sweetin and keo motsepe. [ applause ] >> uh-uhuh. >> we all know football players have done pretty well on the show but no defensive player has brought home the mirror ball trophy so will this wide receiver break the streak.
steeler erer antonio brown and his partner sharna burgess. she's a brick house [ cheers and applause ] >> we've all seen that end zone dance. a lot of teams have seen that too much. they don't like it. now, this ufc strawweight can kick butt in the ballroom -- i mean in the octagon but she can tap out in the ballroom? >> let's find out. everybody, please welcome paige vanzant and mark ballas. >> mark better stay in line. >> okay. boyz ii men singer has motown philly moves.
>> let's bring out wayna morris and his partner lindsay arnold. >> looks like he's ready to go already. >> now, this actress and tv personality was married to a current presidential candidate, will she make "dancing with the stars" great again? >> marla maples, come on out! along with tony dovolani. i'm on the edge of glory and i'm hanging on with you >> and this man already has a heisman trophy under his belt. can he take home the mirror ball trophy. >> come on out doug flutie and his partner karina smirnoff. i got the eye of the tiger
i am a champion and you're going to hear me roar >> is that his signature move? >> well, she's a california girl from "the o.c." and will she take the ballroom by -- >> mischa barton and her partner artem, come on out. [ cheers and applause ] >> okay, can you believe we have another football player. we know this one can dance. has a touchdown dance so hot got fined for it so will this mvp steam up the ballroom this season? >> come on out super bowl champ von miller. and his partner witney carson. hey hey good-bye nah nah -- >> i like it. >> looked like he just sacked
>> and as tootie in "facts of life" she was great on roller skates but can she skate her way to a mirror ball tree if i? >> we will find out. kim fields and sasha farber, get out here. >> just a little bit just a little bit i ain't going to do you wrong >> where are we? >> we already know we have one member of the "gma" family, ginger zee. we have another one, won an emmy, a peabody but he did get his start here on "gma" >> that's right. it is geraldo rivera and his partner, edyta sliwinska. don't look back just keep your eyes on me she said shut up and dance with me this woman is my destiny she said ooh shut up and dance with me >> we're expecting a lot from him. all right.
than an actor, he's an add secret who made it to the top of "america's next top model" but can he top the leaderboard? >> nyle dimarco and peta murgatroyd, get out here. vogue let your body go with the -- >> finally "gma's" very own force of nature. >> that's right. please welcome back ginger zee and her partner val chmerkovskiy chmerkovskiy. baby you're a firework come on let your make them go high high high >> with that dance looks like a storm is coming, ginger. >> there you go. congratulations to everybody and, everybody, this is the season 22 of "dancing with the stars." we're expecting a lot of great dance moves out of everybody, actually.
everybody in just a little bit but right now we got to go outside to rob. >> getting a little rowdy and i'll toss to commercial. here we go. hey, guy, welcome. welcome to the philadelphia flower show where we are celebrating the national park service 100-year anniversary. symptom think mccloud with the service, you have a new campaign out. tell us what it's about? we want everybody in the united states and actually around the
na >> get out there and enjoy your national park. come on down to the philadelphia flower show where we got flowers, yes, but representations of all sorts of parks across this great country. lara, back over to you. "pop news" time and begin with surprising casting news. whoopi goldberg, charlie sheen. >> doing what. >> doing a movie together and, no, this is not a comedy, in fact, far from it described as an inspirational and highly emotional journey it will focus on five people trapped in an elevator inside the world trade center.
>> september 11th. "variety" reporting they are strongly attached both being native new yorkers. filming on the action drama titled "9/11" started yesterday in california. whoopi such a terrific actress, great to see her in a serious dramatic role. >> oscar winner. >> yes, in fact she is, michael. also in "pop news" this morning we have big music news for you, two of the most respected artists in the biz making major announcements. first bob dylan, give me your best bob dylan. >> i don't know. >> not on your playlist. >> not on my playlist. dylan. >> he is an icon. >> yes, he is. >> you cannot only hear new music but see him set to release angels." purchase a pair of concert tickets you get a bonus, download the album for free. dolly parton, everybody.
working 9 to 5 what a way to make a living >> hitting the road. >> you got everybody's attention with that, michael. >> which character would you be in "9:00 to 5:00." the lily tomlin, jane fonda or -- a good idea, male repot. >> executive producer, lara spencer. >> starring michael strahan, let's go. >> yeah, i'm ready. i'm ready to tell that boss to take a job and shove it. >> so you're the dolly character. >> that's only the movie, though. >> that's right. guy, dolly has a new double disc. new album called "pure and simple" and includes brand-new tracks and compilation of her greatest hits. parton's first northern american tour, first time so see her in over 25 years. she hasn't revealed dates the you better start dusting off the rhinestone jacket.
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going -- when we let's get a check often the commute with -- on the commute with heather o'rourke. hi, hert rer. >>reporter: hi, michelle, the summerville circle overturned tainger truck. 202 is open, but subject to closure. we had some video come into the newsroom. check this out. we just have this mess going on right near the circle. perhaps that tanker truck took the circle a little too quickly
so that's going to be there for quite some time. we med back over to our maps again. 206 is closed, route 202 remains open. new jersey transit, passwalk valley line 15-minute delays. long island railroad, metro north doing okay and street cleaning rules are in effect. michelle, back to you. >> thank you so much. it's already so nice outside. bill. >> absolutely. and the temperatures are way warmer, about 15 degrees warmer than normal, about 50 degrees right now. we're looking at 52 ridgewood, 53 sunset park, 54 at belmar. these numbers are warm, and they're going to get warmer as we get into the afternoon. there'll be some wind out of the south that will make the coastal sections feel a little cooler. i think this is what the model is showing there. but we're going to get up to 68 from the five boroughs west and north and 74 and 75 tomorrow and thursday. and that will set some new record highs. michelle. >> all right, looks good. thank you. that's the news for now. more of "good morning america" up next. "live with kelly and michael"
make it a what do you mean [ cheers and applause ] what do you mean >> all right, great dancing out in times square. we just revealed the season 22 cast of "dancing with the stars." one of the best groups we have ever seen. >> it really is. i'm very excited to see what everybody brings to the table. and you just saw outside. heating up in times square with the newest and hottest men to join the famous "dancing with the stars" troupe this season. we got shannon out there, carril and dennis and talk to them and get to know them. first we want to know the cast of season 22 and we begin. want to start right over here with jodie. jodie was just here. welcome back. >> thank you so much. >> get a dressing room for you so give us an update from the training room, from the rehearsals. >> we have been rehearsing every day. we've been working really hard. i think that we're going to do
it's so exciting though and i love my partner. >> that's so great. we do too. we do too. if you could give your partner one piece of advice early on what would it be? >> work hard. that's it. and have a good time. enjoy the journey. >> seems easy enough. i want to talk to paige vanzant. what will you bring from the ring with your skills into the dance floor? >> oh, i'm going to bring it all. i'm here to win. i'm going to bring the fight. i'm ready. >> yeah, that -- >> it's on. >> will we see some -- are there any moves from the ring that translate to dance? >> oh, there's plenty. >> there is? >> yes. they're in for it. >> paige is playing it close to the vest, i see. miss marla maples. >> hello, there, darling. >> hello, hello, hello. >> i'm starting -- >> what's new? >> time to dance is all i can say. when life gets challenging you just have to dance. >> is it a nice distraction. >> it's amazing. this is my mother's favorite, favorite show and i just lost
feel like she's up above guiding every move and hopefully i'm going to be moving her moves as we're dancing together and just bringing a lot of light into the world. >> tony, i notice you seem very comfortable with marla. tell me about the chemistry with you? >> we hit it off right away because we've known each other for a long time and met at an airport of all places and just think the world of her and she's been working very hard and giving me everything i've asked for so far so hoping -- >> it's early days. mischa barton, great to see you. >> you too. >> i never met you. i was such a fan of "the o.c." how do you like being part of the cast of "dancing with the stars." >> it's been so fun. i haven't met anybody before today so it's just been me and artem. >> artem, how is she doing? >> she's doing really good. she makes me proud. >> she does? >> yes, yes, she does. >> everybody says "dancing with the stars" is a great workout. a great way to lose weight or firm up. are you finding that already? >> i mean it's hard work. >> exactly.
>> oh, no. why plank. just dance. >> amy has more. >> i'm here with geraldo rivera. you have a long resume, talk show host, political reporter. "gma" correspondent, reality tv star. why did you want to add dancing to that list. >> last time i danced was at my wedding in 2003. i was drunk on tequila. i wanted to see if i could replicate that. >> do it sober. >> it was on my bucket list and edyta is such a wonderful dancer. so kind, between edyta, my other partner bengay, i'm having a good time. >> we haven't seen you since season 10. what are you been up. >> i produced my own tour. i had a baby and now -- >> congratulations. >> great job which i love. >> thank you. >> well, we wish you the best of luck. now we have von miller here. you just won mvp at the super bowl. [ cheers and applause ] >> just a little something. >> yeah. >> do you think you're going to be able to take home another
i got a great partner. working with her she makes everything easy. it's challenging but taking it one day at a time. >> witney, congratulations. i know you just got married. can you take the sexy dance where he got fined for it and turn it into something to take home. >> oh, yeah, von has moves. i don't know if you've seen his moves but they are pretty special >> we've seen him on the football field. can't wait to see them on the dance room floor in they'll be will. >> ballroom floor. all right, so, wait, can i ask you to show me your touchdown dance. >> want to see it right now? >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm glad i asked. thank you. all right. let's move on. we've got doug. this is the first season, by the way with three nfl stars. so how are you going to distinguish yourself? >> i think i'm going to try a little of geraldo's tequila. i think that will loosen me up and get me going.
the drill sergeant behind me. >> tequila and bengay as well. >> i saw your boyz ii men hit, motown philly or "i'll make love to you". >> "motown philly." the first choice. more fitting for us. >> what's it been like so far. >> a lot of entertainment and we'll going to bring the house down. >> i like that and antonio, on the football field you have quite a rivalry going on with this guy right over here, von so how will it play on the france floor. a dance-off. >> it's all business. never personal. >> what can we expect to see from you on the dance floor. >> a lot of excitement a lot of hip movements. >> definitely got the hip movements down, yeah. >> a lot of hip movements.
george, where are you. >> i'm here with kim fields. welcome here to "gma." >> thank you. >> we all watched your fellow castmate castmate castmate nene leaks come on. >> this guy is amazing. >> we love seeing you. thank you. nyle dimarco, you're here, as well as long with your interpret era money and you faced off against tyra banks. who is tougher tyra banks or these dancing judges? >> i think the typical question because the panel on "dancing with the stars," i don't know them yet and i haven't danced at all growing up so we'll see what happens. >> okay, we will see what happens. and peta, this is a little bit of a challenge. the first fully defcon test tant on "dancing with the stars." how do you choreograph when he can't hear the music. >> it's all visual and more of a challenge for me but it's a great one and i love working with him. he's such a great student and we're hitting it off. doing our moves great and it's
>> now i got to come over to our "gma" cast mate. ginger zee right here. >> go, ginger. [ cheers and applause ] >> i have to confess to you guys, ginger is the favorite in our home. my daughter harper plays ginger when we do "gma" at home so she's rooting. >> thank you. >> now, this is a dream of yours. >> this is a dream and i don't know why it was a dream because now that i've started i have a lot of work to do and i'm very lucky to have this guy. >> how is she doing so far. >> she's doing great. she's got a great spirit about her and it's clear that she really wants to be here and as a teacher, that's a pleasure. >> going to be so much fun to watch but now rob is doing your old job this morning over in philadelphia. want to throw it to him. >> give me some flowers and some weather. >> i'll bring you flowers when you win that crystal ball.
story about faith and betrayal told through the eyes of a young shepherd a thousand years before christ. take a look. >> flog him. >> wait, wait. wait. wait. >> let me kill the lion instead. if i succeed, you forgive my father's debt and those of our neighbors. >> and if you perish, you will have received your punishment. >> "of kings and prophets" premieres tonight at 10:00 eastern, 9:00 central here on abc. lara, back to you. >> all right, thank you so much. we were just saying, more tv news. we have "nashville" star hayden panettiere. she's opening up to our partners at yahoo style about her battle with postpartum depression and jesse palmer has her story. >> hayden and her treatment in october after struggles following the birth of her daughter kaia but thanks to all the support she's received from
back to her very best. >> help me get my life back. >> reporter: hayden panettiere's bouncing back and ready once again for the small screen. the "nashville" star who entered rehab last october for postpartum depression says she's more confident than ever about coming out about her anguish telling contract yahoo style" people connect with being human, with being real, with just doing your own thing. that confidence in doing your own thing is something that i'm learning more and more and more about and it feels good." >> i don't have that postpartum whatever the hell you call it. >> reporter: returning to set just two months ago panettiere whose character also struggled with it says it's interesting how life can imitate art. it was strange having to throw myself back into the frame of mind. the way i do things is pull from my own personal experience and sometimes even turn myself into what i'm portraying so i can pull from my life and step into that person's shoes by being
the first time mom to 14-year-old kaia tweeted over the weekend a picture of her family at the beach gushing, the loves of my life. looking back she says she was terrified to speak out. but the love and support she received these past few months has been overwhelming. i was floored. i feel much more exposed, yes, but in a great way. she says she was dumbfounded when certain critics argued postpartum depression isn't a disease admitting it was one of the scariest most debilitating experiences of her life and she's thrilled and relieved it's behind her now. >> i'm so glad she's doing okay. >> and spreading the word and helping other people. coming up, the "dancing with the stars" cast going head-to-head competing live right here on "gma."
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>> we always call it that but we turn -- we turpined that acronym into a game. >> we're calling it the dance war time slot. >> dwts. >> mind blowing. >> and the winner gets a trophy. are you ready? >> are you ready? bear with us. >> okay, so wayna, you and your parter are the designated buzzer holders. you have wayna or lindsay push the button. >> you ready to get started? let's call up our first two contestants. first two up, jodie and keo. >> okay. >> welcome up. welcome up. okay, guy, i'll show you your dance move here. this is what you have to perform and everyone has to take a look. ready? you're going right there.
you're so fine hey mickey oh mickey you're so fine you're so fine [ buzzer] >> the cabbage patch. >> thank you. thank you. >> the stars for the win. >> all right. >> next up we have paige vanzant and mark ballas. come on up. take a look at this card. >> don't let them see it. they're all trying to peek. >> see it? >> yep. >> ready? cue the music. ice ice baby >> wayna was quick. it was the stars again. wayna. >> i'm going with wayna. wayna, what is that dance? wayna, you guessed. >> it was the running man. >> thank you. >> 2-0. 2-0.
>> you're up, amy. >> next up i think we've got von miller. >> and witney carson here. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. here's your dance. >> ooh. >> cue the music. >> this is going to be tough. don't touch this >> the pros got it and it is -- >> hammer time. >> correct. otherwise known as the typewriter. >> ginger and val. come on up, guys. s that a personal favorite. a personal favorite. i think you got it. it's going to take teamwork. shoes off. shoes off for ginger. all right, cue the music. it takes two to make the thing go right >> the celebs got it. >> it is -- >> they got it. they got it.
and gentlemen, wayna -- >> kid'n play. >> antonio and sharna. come on up. >> here we go. here we go. >> ooh. >> all right? >> yeah. >> cue the music. don't nobody got no mr. mr. roboto >> the pros have it. >> go ahead. >> the robot. >> of course, it is. >> we got a final score now, i believe it's 3-2 and the winner, wayna, you were quick. it goes to the stars. congratulations. >> the running man. >> all right.
season 21 champ bindi irwin joins us right now. hey, bindi. you got your friend bruce there, as well. little pal. so tell us about -- you got this brand-new -- >> good day. good day. >> got a little bit of a delay right there. what's the best advice you can give the new cast? >> oh, you know, honestly i think it's so important to just remember to believe in yourself. surround yourself with people who will support you, your friends, your family. i prefer to have a few snakes around me, but honestly just believe in yourself. and you'll be able to accomplish anything. >> so, what do you wish you knew about "dancing with the stars" before you took the ballroom floor? >> i think really i wish i knew more to just remember to cherish every single moment. i think that every week i was quite nervous for monday night and you want to try your absolute best but you have to enjoy each little moment and just remember that it's about
>> so eloquent. >> and life is good after your >> absolutely. i'm back here in australia zoo with all of my friends like nice. i feel like i've really been able to share my journey with so many people all over the world and i'll continue to do my best to share that love and light and just have fun with my family, continuing to spread my dad's great conservation message. >> and you're doing it -- great. year. thanks for joining us this morning. we're looking forward to this season, as well and, of course, "dancing with the stars" premieres monday, march 21st at 8:00, 7:00 central right here on
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spring valley at bethune boulevard and ben wild road. police tell us she never got on that bus and never showed up at school. authorities say they fear kelly may be in danger, but they have not said why. a search party was assembled last night to help. later today the better business bureau jumps into the race for president with a statement on trump university. the bbb previously graded the program anywhere from a d minus to an a-plus. thousands of students bought in, hoping to learn real estate tips from donald trump, but more than 150 former students say it was a fraud. three lawsuits have been filed, including a $40 million case in new york. let's get a check on the commute with heather o'rourke. hi, heather. >>reporter: hi, michelle. this is going to affect a lot of people, 206 both ways at the summerville circle, overturned tanker truck. this entire aryx you want to avoid that if you can. 60 minutes to 70 minutes at the george washington bridge, 60 at the lincoln, 20 at the holland. street cleaning rules are in effect. michelle, back to you.
have a good one. >> oh, absolutely. here's your 9:00 temperature, probably warmer. 54, how about that? temperature here. jump now. and the reason being is this wind continues to be out of the south, making the south-facing shores a little cooler. you go to the city and west and jump up today. we're going to look at a high of 68 later ond an we're going to be looking at some even warmer weather for tomorrow. 74 and 75 thursday. michelle. >> all right, make it a good wu. thanks so much. that's the news for now, "live with kelly and michael"
dadas al sur sr^as. >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, star of the new series, "flaked," will arnett. and maria menounos takes over the "live" kitchen. plus, your questions and comments on another edition of the "inbox." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] emmy-award winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan. [applause] kelly: hi! hi. michael: hey!