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we're back now with more of "today" on a friday morning. it's the 26th day of october. it's 2012. it's cloudy here in new york, but we're going to have a pretty nice weekend in the northeast until sometime on sunday. then we start to watch out for hurricane sandy making her way up the east coast, and this could be a big damaging storm for millions of people in america. we'll keep a close eye on it. i'm matt lauer along with savannah guthrie. >> coming up, a couple of people are helping us out with "take 3," billy bush and kit hoover from "access hollywood live." set the gold standard in witty
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banter, and they are going to join our window seat coming up. >> really. >> did you just use the word billy bush and witty in the same sentence? >> i certainly used it. do you object? >> no, no, i agree. we'll take a tour of homes around the country. wait until you see what you can get for under $300,000. we'll show you around. >> all right. then we'll have the hot headlines from the world of hollywood, including a free concert from katy perry and news from taylor swift perhaps. we'll get into all of that. >> let's go inside. natalie's got the headlines. >> good morning again, matt and savannah. good morning, everyone. the east coast is preparing for a monster storm that could devastate the region with flooding, gale force wind and major power outages. residents in new england are taking precaution buying generators and supplies such as extra water. hurricane sandy battered the caribbean on thursday killing at least 21 people. elev
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11 of them in cuba. president obama and governor romney are vying for votes in crucial swing states with the president sitting for interviews with local tv stations and governor romney in ohio. the president has a narrow edge 50-47 in the swing state of nevada. police say a new york city nanny used a kitchen knife to kill two young children in her care before stabbing herself. the children's mother had taken her 3-year-old daughter to a swim lesson. then came home to make the grim discovery. the nanny is hospitalized in critical condition. police have not commented on a possible motive. more client names are expected to be released today in the so-called supprostitution r in maine. they are set to release more than 20 alleged johns who hired the zumba instructor for sex. she has pled not guilty in the
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case. lava is now erupting from two different craters in hawaii. lava could be soon seen from the observation deck. and leave it to the royals to know how to throw a party and prince william's sister-in-law pippa didn't disappoint. she was the center of attention at a book barb for her new party planning book, "celebrate." the halloween-themed party was complete with kids, candy apples and fun finger foods. despite being the most famous maid of honor to older sister kate last year, pippa said this event made her very nervous. three minutes after the hour. let's go back to al who is in florida once again. hey there, al. >> hey there, natalie, and yes, we are watching sandy as it makes its way here in palm beach, florida. you can see the seas are awfully angry. rain moving in and out of the area and it will continue this way for the next 24 hours. latest on sandy, 210 miles east
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northeast of miami, florida. 80-mile-per-hour winds. it's moving northwest at ten miles per hour. now here's what we're looking for as far as watches and warnings. we're looking at tropical storm warnings from ocean reef, florida, all the way to flagler beach, and then we've got tropical storm watches all the way up into the carolinas. so that's going to continue for the next at least 24 hours. the path of the storm will make its way along the east coast, paralleling the coast, and then eventually by around tuesday night come inland somewhere up into the northeast. that's the national hurricane center plot. there are two other models we look at, the gfs, which is the american model and the european model. the european model differs from these other two in that it brings storm, hurricane sandy, onshore a day earlier and about
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200 miles south of where the other two bring it in. so that would come into the delmarva peninsula causing problems there. if this system moves further to the north, it will mean big, big trouble, catastrophic events for the northeast, new york and new england. we'll just have to continue to monitor it. that's what's going on >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> all right, al. thank you. time for today's "take 3" where we give our take on the three stories that caught our
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attention and yours, though it's usually four, and we're joined by billy bush and kit hoover of "access hollywood" fame. >> like a bunch of skittles. >> very colorful. >> i've insisted that other males be allowed. no matt lauer and i myself sent al roker to florida. >> and created a hurricane. >> i just love in the window seat. i watch y'all and say we made it to the window seat. i remember looking outside. security, let me in here. >> let's going on our takes. have you to give your opinion on this one. take one, what's in a name? you've been reporting jessica biel, now soon to be changing her last name and justin timberlake have wed, but now she's also taking her last name. she wants to be known as jessica timberlake and according to her my professional name will be the same but for life, yes, i think
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it sounds great. i think i really won the jackpot of names, jessica timberlake, a great ring to it, and the question is are you all traditionalists? what's in a name? do you take the name? >> you have a whole career. >> profession. >> she's keeping biel professionally but in personal life, jessica timberlake. i love the name. i'm a traditional girl. before i met my husband, i thought kit pitt had a great ring to it. >> remember when you're in the seventh grade, writing it out, with hearts all around it. >> and life takes over and you get more practical sometimes so i keep my maiden name on air and my married name sullivan. >> timberlake is a great name. >> it is a great name. >> if it's that good. >> schmuckler. >> biel is not that bad. >> schmuckler. >> a huge career on her last name, a whole profession of her own as well so she will definitely keep that
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professionly. a lot of us can certainly when you're in that position you do want to keep that and have your own thing, and then you go home and be mrs. timberlake >> i think it is getting less common for women to take their husband's names. a lot of friends who are married and kept their maiden names and when you have kids what do you do? do you give them the dad's name or the hyphen thing. >> they take the dad's name. >> the family name, the unit. >> this will get me in trouble with people, i'm sure. not a hyphen guy. >> out in l.a., aren't they like merging names, like husbands and wives. >> they combine them and create a new name. >> we'll mix it up out there. >> i'm glad jessica terrible la -- timberlake is doing this. >> take a look at this world's car commercial, only commercial aimed exclusively at women, this is going to be released. >> when is this called? >> the fitszis.
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>> coming in pink, brown and white to mimic popular eye shadows. in all seriousness it has a special windshield, cuts 99% of all ultraviolet rays to help prevent wrinkles. talk to me, baby and plasma cluster technology in its ac system which improves skin quality. >> and some people are offended by this. i sound those features sound pretty good. >> who is this for? >> this has to be the young 20 something. >> i think so. i just want the extra cup holders. i could care less about uv ray windshield. >> why can't men have nice skin, too? i want to have nice skin. >> you have beautiful skin. >> if you're blowing out plasma cluster technology. >> i want to see you pulling up in burbank with a matter kay pink car. >> don't people get irritated when things are marketed to
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women whether it's a laptop or whether it's a car, that it's always pink and always has the frilly little touches, but personally i like the frilly little touches. >> women like a big watch, don't you? >> i like a big watch. >> to wear for us. >> i think we can all have the same thing. 1950s, dodge did the dodge la femme, a bad idea. >> the car technology vote it had the worst car ever. >> and in 2000 there was a washer and dryer in the back of a minivan. >> come on. >> that offends me. >> can't go anywhere without your appliances. >> pink washer and dryer, then we'd be okay with that. >> i think it's the marketing. i used to have a honda cr-v. i think they designed it with women in mind because there's a great spot to put your purse. i hate putting the purse in the front seat and somebody gets in, excuse my purse and then you've got to throw it in the back. >> why can't we have the murse, the man purse? >> you can. >> where do you put mine? >> stop dividing us, we're all
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together. >> what's in your murse? >> don't get him started. >> my phone, computer. my hairspray. >> got great hair. >> my hair centerpiece. >> all right. here we go. >> how old is too old to go trick-or-treating? this is pretty obvious, right. >> billy, you're to old. >> just telling. >> you anything worse than the guy who shows up at the door and got just a mask and a giant bag and opens the candy. >> he's 40. >> and smoking. >> not too old if you're in costume. the big teenager that has like nothing on and the big bag. >> there are some towns apparently, bellville, indiana or -- yeah. >> where they ban it? >> where they are banning it. >> there is an age limit. legal limit, eighth grade is the last year they can trick-or-treat. >> did a poll on our website. >> i would agree 11-13 46%. i see a lot of teenagers coming around. >> if an 18-year-old kid comes around and gets an unbelievably
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cool costume he gets candy. mailing it in, no. >> eighth grade is too long? >> they can't put the ban in indiana, eighth grade, still into it. >> did you guys trick-or-treat in high school with your pals and dress up? >> i was a little more destruct you have on that night. liked toilet paper bombs. >> that was only if you got the bag of popcorn. >> don't give the bag of popcorn or the apple or the toothbrush. >> there was a guy on our street who gave out pennies, which is nice, but even then. >> inflation, quarters. >> you know it all comes around in the end because my kids want me to dress up, they want me to be in full costume, the whole deal, and if i'm in full costume i'm getting cannedy. >> what are you going to be this year? >> are you going to reveal. >> i'm going to build some depth. >> are you dressing up for your show? >> i'm going to be a pickle with my kids. >> honey boo boo. >> or i might be brookley spears and do green hair like a naughty schoolgirl outfit. >> speaking of halloween costumes, let's take a look at
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google's top list. kit. >> the top 12, halloween costumes for 2012. this is according to google. number one is bane, batman villain. >> very freaky. >> do you know what he looks like? >> i do, i saw it. he has that mask and everything. >> there he is, right there. >> he has that -- >> i don't like that hannibal lecter thing. >> hunger games. i guess, probably, every kid i know is going as gangnam style. >> minecraft, my kids play that game. >> there's psy. >> minecraft is a game where you're constructing and building with blocks. i guess you're just a bunch of blocks. >> is that a video game? >> big bird, oscar the grouch. >> and binders of women. >> look at honey boo boo down there at number 11. honey boo boo paid us a visit. >> she threw stuff at you. >> hit me with pillo and had two dolls doing things. >> i think you should be sugar
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bear, my baby daddy. >> and there's the go-go juice. >> you guys speak fluent honey boo boo. >> i just scared myself. >> bring it. >> i slipped right in there very nice. >> cleaned her up. she looks great. >> sign me up. >> so good to have you here in our little window seat. >> will you come back? >> sure. >> thank you guys. it's been fun. >> love the bangs. >> they look good. >> coming by, rock-a-bye the vote. what the presidential race means for parents right after this. wardrobe. cute. then new activia breakfast blend. a great way to help start the day. mmm... creamy lowfat yogurt with grains in yummy breakfast flavors, like apple cinnamon. its hearty, with twice the protein of regular lowfat yogurt and helps regulate your digestive system. our morning routines are important, aren't they? new activia breakfast blend.
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bp has paid overthe people of bp twenty-threeitment to the gulf. billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. back now with "parenting today." as patients we strive to make choices that will impact our children in a positive way, including the big presidential decision facing voters now in 11 days. "parenting" magazine teamed up with nbc's kate snow for a revealing look at how politics plays a role in raising kids. and kate's here along with sean beam, "parenting's" executive editor. good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> obviously such an important topic on so many levels, but you
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interviewed, sean, 1,100 parents, all of different races, religious, ethnicities, political viewpoints, so what was the criteria overall for choosing the sampling? >> well, really the criteria was very broad. we wanted people in our demo with families, with kids, under the age of 12. beyond that everyone was welcome to the party so to speak. we heard from a lot of different people and it's really interesting, because especially when it comes to the election, you think about all the decisions parents have to make. >> yeah. >> private school and public school, alternate schedules, regular schedules, am i going to stay at home or work? by the time they get around to the decision of who they want to lead the free world, they are used to making tough decisions. >> kate, you moderated a panel including ten people from the survey. what was your impression of what they were interested in, and what was most important to them? >> jobs obviously came up a lot, but i was surprised how much
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education came up and how personal politics becomes when you're a parent and that's one of the key findings in the survey that they did is once you're a parent about half the respondents said that they had changed their political views or that they had strengthened or become more active politically, and i think when you have kids, this is what everybody said on the panel, you start to see things differently. you start to view life through the prism of your children and you want the best for them, and so, for example, two of the women had kids with special needs and they said all i think about is education and health care for my child with a special need. are they going to be okay when i'm gone? and they kind of viewed all politics through that. >> absolutely. well, let's get to some of the results as well from the survey and the connection, again, between parenting and politics. now, 48%, sean, of surveyed said they have become more politically motivated and 42% actually said they changed their viewpoint. you're a father of two. what do you make of these findings? >> i think to kate's point t.changes everything, the lens
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you view politics through. you think about the election with parenthood. i think it changes everything, in my opinion. >> another question that you posed to those surveyed, kate, is do parents make better presidents, and majority actually believe that they do? >> right. >> and it all goes back to that question of family values. >> as opposed to a single person, the group that we, the focus group of ten that we had. they would be okay with a single parent or single person as a president, too, but if you look back, you did the research. was it 150 years ago that we had a single president. most presidents are married. >> you think about 150 years, you have to go back to find the first family that didn't have kids, and just shows you how important having kids are to softening the perception and the identity of a presidential candidate. >> first ladies really quick, thought this was really interesting. when asked who would be better
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prepared to be the first lady, a stay-at-home mom or working mom? 75% said it didn't matter. >> yeah. >> shows the mommy wars don't matter. >> we make more of the mommy wars than real women do. they all said i don't care whether ann romney worked outside the home. i don't care whether michelle obama worked outside the home. what they cared about is whether those women could relate to women in the real world. they did talk -- we had a vibrant discussion about whether they actually get our problems and understand, you know, the economic struggles that they were having. >> exactly. >> absolutely. you think about we were raised by a single or working mom, friends with a single or working mom. we're married to them, so at the end of the day we respect these people, and i don't think we really separate them out as being different or better than the other. >> they are part of the equation when it comes to picking who is going to be in office. shawn beam, "parenting's "ex "executive editor and kate snow. thanks to having you. >> pop goes today.
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well, "annie" is back on broadway which meant a big search for a dog to play sandy, not hurricane sandy. >> cute little dog sandy. >> in a new special you can follow along in shelters across the country scouring for the next canine star. that's the where the event i will star was found. the sun did come out for that little star. hosted by our own al roker.
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>> good morning again this morning. we have a lot of clouds. the reason why -- high-pressure sitting of the new england channelling winds coming off the atlantic ocean right over us. a lot of moisture in that, therefore we get the clouds and drizzle and fog. some may give way during the day today but generally speaking we will see a lot of clouds. temperatures helped cool like mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for
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themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore.
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♪ you're my angel >> one week, counting down now, from today, rockefeller plaza will be an absolute madhouse when rock 'n' roll hall of famers aerosmith take to our concert stable. and we are, look, counting down. seven days to go. i can't wait. >> how many days? >> just seven, just seven. >> okay. can't wait. >> i'm natalie morales along with savannah guthrie and jenna wolfe. a lot more than the consigalert a lot of big events wednesday, halloween. we are making it extra special this year we've got costumes,
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celebrity guests, prizes, a lot of surprises. we'll have the works so be sure to join us next wednesday for all of the excitement. meantime though coming up this morning, we're going to get you ready with creative fun costume ideas, some really cute ones. >> i'm in love with this little guy. >> it's a lobster and the chef. cute. >> the lobster is going to be all right in this scenario. >> the lobster is like this is awkward. i hope it's halloween. >> what will your real estate dollar get you? today some homes on sale for less than $300,000 apparently in some areas. we'll show you those, and a little bit later on all the stories getting lots of buzz out in hall wood. >> first as we mentioned jenna is here with a preview of what's coming up this weekend on "today." >> a busy weekend. we'll get you up to date on hurricane sandy all throughout the weekend and we're heading to the battleground state of virginia for a cruciloser look
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the crucial role that state is playing in the presidential race and we'll talk about treatment and prevention of breast cancer, and in the spirit of halloween i decided to try to communicate with the spirits by going to a real seance. >> i would never do that. >> did it work? we'll show what you happens. it might actually blow your mind. we went to a small town in florida where all these psychics and mediums live and work and breathe. >> are you courageous. i don't think i would do that. >> a little nerve-racking. >> come with a list of questions that you wanted answers. >> did you get answers? >> you know, i got answers. i got answers. >> did you seek out a particular spirit or whoever is up there? >> can't go in with too detailed of a game plan which is what i found out. >> i spoke to your great, great, great, great great grandfather on your father's side. >> she got answers and then that. >> thank you, look forward to that. looks go to al with another check of the weather and, of
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course, tracking hurricane sandy. good morning, al. >> good morning, guys. we could use some of those psychics to tell us what sandy is going to do exactly, but in the meantime you can see exactly the seas starting to calm down a little bit here as sandy churns its way to the north. let's see what we've got for your weekend starting off with today. we're going to be looking. we do have sandy along the southeastern atlantic coast making for a lot of rain. we're looking for more showers and thunderstorms in the pacific northwest with some mountain snows and some mountain snows also in the western plains. sunday, sunday, you can expect that rain making its way up the mid-atlantic coast as sandy gets ready to figure out what it's going to do. sunny skies through the gulf coast. southern texas on into the southwest. more mountain snows back through the pacific northwest. that's what's going on around the
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>> of course, we'll node a little something to take our minds off sandy so what better way to take your mind off of a big old hurricane than biggest night of the week, sunday night "football night in america." that's right. the sports authority field will be hosting drew brees and the new orleans saints as they come in to play the broncos. it will be clear and cool. upper 40s to low 50s. that's right. on sunday night "football night in america." and in case you need something for saturday night, don't forget to check your nbc station for the search for sandy. the ability to find the little
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dog sandy from, of course, the broadway musical "annie" that's going to be reviving on broadway. sandy the dog, sandy the hurricane. it's perfect. >> okay. and i like how you maintained your football voice, al. i know you're working hard down there. stay safe, and we'll be watching you this weekend. thank you. >> all right, kid. >> see you later. coming up next, we'll have a coast-to-coast tour of homes on the market. they are less than $300,000, but first these messages.
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♪ i'm going home >> this morning on "today's real estate" what you can get for under $300,000. real estate expert barbara corcoran is here with a great mix of homes all across the country. barbara, good morning. >> good morning, natalie. >> let's get started because you found some gems of property. let's start with the great city of atlanta, georgia, a gorgeous home there, under $270,000, and you're getting that whole southern charm with it, right? >> you get a lot of charm. this is a charleson-style home, just five minutes from downtown. what i love is that double front porch. if you don't have rocking chairs maybe you should get some. >> wow. >> inside the house it's thoroughly up to date, still retains its southern charm. i particularly like the dark wood floors in the living room with the built-in book cases flanking the fireplace, the bank of large windows makes that room stunning, i believe. the kitchen has a snazzy glass
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top backsplash with granite counters and oversized dining area. who needs a dining room, but bam, you get it anyway. when a lovely home. >> looks like it's all been redone, move in. five minutes from downtown. fantastic. let's go to boise, idaho now and here you're showing us an updated bungalow coming in at 249,9. >> who doesn't love a bungalow with a white picket fence in an historic neighborhood and a short walk to boise downtown. if you haven't been to boise, natalie, this place is hoping with artist and beatniks, a great place to built. built in 1910, a lot of original details. built-in book cases, wide baseboards and a whitewashed brick fireplace that people never get tired of. what you have there is a beautiful studio behind the house, separate from the house with wood floors and beams, its own half bath, what a great place for the mom to hang out. the kitchen is picture perfect. doesn't get any prettier than that and the dining room has expensive built-in side boards
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and original wood trim. i think it suits the house beautifully, and the bedrooms have textured stucco walls. people aren't crazy about that anymore, but a nice wide base board all around and taxes on this house are only $1,600 a year. >> wow, that's a bargain. that's fantastic. let's move to carrollton, texas, and here is a large five-bedroom home, four baths and squeaking in at just under $300,000. >> this little house or i should say big house is a real piece of dallas cowboy history. the home was previously owned by dallas cowboy two-time super bowl champion alvin harper and it's 3,700 square feet big. look at the pool out back. >> even has the star. >> love it. good for him, maybe not good for the next guy, but they could dream a little bit. it's at least unique. there's a big game room. that's got to be every guy's dream, arch windows and uniquely angled ceiling. don't get how that was designed. the kitchen, formal fair place
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and a family room with a cozy brick fireplace, lovely room and the master bedroom is decked out, which you never see with a marble floor. >> who puts marble in a master bedroom. keeps it clean i guess. neighboring new mexico, a beautiful house in santa fe. >> santa fe has old-fashioned homes and doesn't get more old-fashioned than this. this is like a tiny little package with a big surprise on the inside. it's across from santa fe downtown, and it's a blast from the past. inside, look at that, would you suspect that looking on the outside? >> no way. >> the main living areas have the steel spiral case, two of them in the house, and that one leads to the loft, totally empty except for the skinny mini table. i don't get what's going on there. the bath is a hoot, modern, the sculptures tub. looks like somebody just plopped, laid an egg in there, you know what i mean, chubby kid or dad, plop them right in there.
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it looks out to the open desert out back and the sky ceilings and sky lights and cement floors radiantly heated. >> 275,000. great for that price. barbara corcoran, thank you so much. coming up, taylor swift to jessica and justin's wedding, the hottest news from the world of entertainment, right after this. [ ding dong ] hey -- little m&m's! wow! great costumes. what are you guys -- like four or five? forty-six. alright, yeah ok. here you go. you don't understand, slick. we're here for the party. whoo! yeah, that's cute! [ laughing ] put your hand down.
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all right. time for "pop goes today," a roundup of what is new and noteworthy. alicia quarles is correspondent for enews. starting with hollywood. britney spears. a lot of excitement because she's a judge on "the x-factor" and now there's courtroom drama. >> courtroom drama. remember years ago when brittany was having a very public breakdown. sam lufke is taking her and her parents to court. he said he was her manager during that time period and she promised him 15%, but the trial is really ugly, dragging up a lot of britney from years ago. >> getting a lot of good reviews? >> interesting when the show goes live november 1st. britney is doing very well, so it's kind of funny to be brought back to that time when she wasn't doing so well with this trial. >> meanwhile, taylor swift, got a new album red, and she has
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been dating connor kennedy but there's a rumor that's splitsville. >> never getting back together. apparently they have split. taylor, don't cry for her. her album is set to sell a million copies. a huge week for taylor. have something to write about for her next album. >> every time she breaks up she gets a great song out of it. >> she does. >> a summer romance. taylor loved the kennedys. traveling and promoting the album. they are busy. >> let's talk about what's popping this week. "cloud atlas" from the director best known for "the matrix." >> "cloud atlas" opened at toronto film festival where it had a standing ovation but critics are giving it a mixed review. it talks about how hard it's been growing up suicidal and everything she's gone through. the media action network is taking a stance against the movie saying that the cast numbers remain to look asian, not done in a bright way so a lot of controversy around this movie. >> what are they saying about that? >> not enough to make characters, you know, yellow, so
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to speak because all the characters -- all the actors play different characters. they are saying it's about facial features and about a lot of things so they didn't do it right. they say we get it. see the movie. >> let's talk music. alicia keyes who we love. got a brand new app that moms will love. >> this app is really cool, inspired for our 2-year-old son egypt. it's an app where you can write in the journal, go in the room, multi-cultural, an apf for moms and children. >> a new album from musician gary clark jr., "rolling stones" asking how can a serious blues man thrive in the age of auto tunes. >> he's 28 years old, blessing
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this morning on "today celebrates halloween," fun and affordable costumes for the entire family. a style contributor has found some great costumes for us. good morning to you. >> good morning to you. >> don't have to stress. still a couple of days. you can find these and they are affordable. >> if you're not a crafty person "lucky" is all about shopping. you can find things online and you still have time with good stuff so i really want to get to it. >> let's get to these great
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costumes. nick, and 8-month-old gemma. got the chef and the lobster, and i know these two are very close to you. >> this is my daughter gemma and my husband nick and nobody can deny the adorableness of this costume. really clever. have some fun with it. if you have a new baby, really wanted to get in on the fun, so nick's costumes and gemma's costume, both from around $50. >> and then you add. >> my little lobster bib. around $11 from amazon. really fun. >> your daughter is gorgeous. >> thank you. >> zoo crew, great if you have a whole group of kids. christina the zookeeper, even got the stroller involved here on the action. >> this is the perfect kind of costume if you have a lot of kids to raly. >> come on in here, animals. >> christina is the zookeeper and a brave soul.
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you don't always have to go to a costume store. you can find things, source them in other places. little diy action, added the snake from halloween costumes. i want to talk about blake, the little sleeping lion. >> so cute. >> that is your producer's son, adorable little blake in a costume from by costumes. >> the little lion is sleeping tonight. >> seeing a trend of stroller costumes which is so cool. this is actually handmade, not by us at "lucky" but we shopped it out. handmade, $89. not that i want to talk about our little giraffe and our sisters, the elephant and the panda. >> all look beautiful. >> all these costumes really affordable online. get them at by costumes. >> and they are great and keep them work as well. >> guys, thank you. okay, next, an ode to the olympians. how much we loved the summer olympics. >> i know. >> to bring out our olympic athletes, come on out, guys. >> a perfect kind of costume, natalie, for those kids between 8 and 10 who don't necessarily
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want to dress up with their parents but want to do it with their friends. this is setting a really great example. i love what we did here. louis is in this amazing t-shirt. >> michael phelps, ryan lochte. gabby douglas, and the wrestler in, that body suit. can you see andrew really worked out for her and channeling her inner gabby douglas in a leotard. >> we're running out of time. thank you, guys. an ode to the '50s, kate and lance going back disco era, andy war hole and bianca jagger. >> a lot more options than sexy nurse. we try to be very glamorous. these are things that lance and kate who are actually bianca and andy can wear, from victoria's secret, h & m american apparel, throw a little disco ball on it, super fun. >> everybody out quick. happy halloween. thank you so much. happy halloween. thank you so much. great job, and still to come,
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