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more local updates throughout the morning a traffic on the "nbc 10 news" app. thanks for watching. good morning. breaking overnight. climbs to 3 people from that massive fire during a warehouse party inews victims today. >> it was like a sheet of fire just rolling towards the door. >> was this man, who leased the building, responsible for creating a dangerous situation? and did city officials turn a blind eye? this morning, criminal investigators are one. pizza shop scare. a man with a rifle storms into a crowded d.c. restaurant and opens fire. no one was injured. the suspect in custody. why fake news tied to the election may have been behind his actions.> search party.
president-elect trump's list of candidates for secretary of state grows with yet another name emerging as trump launches a new round of angry tweets on everything fro to "snl." so what happened to this vow made about his use of twitter just days after the election. >> i'm going to do very restrained, if i use it at all, i'm going to do very restrained. and who will it be for the tenth straight year? "today" "time" releasing this news. surprising news. this monday, december 5, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i bet if vegas has odds on the person of the year, they're pretty much in favor of one
person. we'll get to that. along with tamron hall here on day one of savannah guthrie's maternity leave. >> no news. i talked to her yesterday. the countdown continues. we'll see what happens. a lot to get to. start on a monday morning with that devastating fire in two days later and firefighters are still searching through debris. as they push deeper inside that building they expect the death toll will rise even further. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is there. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. the grim work here continues at this very urrefighters searchin debris bucket by bucket and told the search could continue another 24 hours. the death toll stands at 33 as you mentioned. a number that will likely climb. overnight, the heartbreaking recovery. the number of those who perished inside a warehouse dance party expected to rise. five fighters still searching through ash and debris ten feet
deep. many bodies are still unidentified, and several people are listed as missing, like 22-year-old alex vega. his family, like others, may need to provide a dna sample for a positive i.d. >> i don't even want to say was. you know what i mean? he is in the prime of his life railroad wit flames exploding through the warehouse over the weekend, no official cause for the deadliest fire in oakland's history. those who lived here and survived believed the fire was electrical. >> a lot of people are hurting right now. the only thing i can think of is the people that are lost. their loved ones. >> reporter: with a maze of cluttered wooz furniture inside and a makeschiff pallet staircase, renters at the warehouse known at ghost ship say the property had two access points. a main door and emergency exit. witnesses say the fire started on the first floor. nearly 100 people were upstairs
where a d.j. played music and most of the bodies were recovered. >> i woke up and my room was filled with smoke. like a fog of smoke, and i looked over and an orange glow coming through the window. >> reporter: never permitted for residential living or parties, public record show neighbors complained of blight. a city inspector arriving at the property last month to look into illegal housing, but unable to go inside. >> our district attorney, nancy o'malley, did activate a criminal investigation. that team is on the site. >> reporter: the building owner tells nbc news they never knew anyone was living inside. sunday night, the man leasing the building, derek almina seen checking into a hotel in these photos in "the daily mail." he tells us this tragic event consumes my every moment. my heart is broken. now, so are many others. a horrific tragedy with a death
toll still mounting. those who lived inside the warehouse say it was common knowledge here in the city and even with city officials that many people were living inside it. the rent for some folks cost a few hundred dollars. others paid upwards of $1,000 and some tell us this morning they moved out because they were concerned that warehouse was a tinderbox ready to explode. matt and tamron, back to you. >> thank you very much. we are joined now by oakland fire chief melinda drayton. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. my pleasure. >> we have heard now this search of the building is slow, it is methodical, happening by hand and with buckets. can you give me an estimate what percentage of the building has been checked and cleared at this stage? >> at 52 hours into the incident, we think that we have cleared approximately 70% of the building. >> would you say based on the areas yet to be searched your
fear is the death toll will go higher? >> at this point, we still have families at thebers unaccounted for. so we unfortunately believe that the fire fay tattfatality will higher. >> what can you tell us about the process of providinghese fa? you've asked for dna and possible dental records, i know. >> right. so the coroner, once we locate along with the sheriff's office in the building, there's a multipronged approach to vident, just as you said, the dna and fingerprinting, because a lot of these young members of our community had i.d. on them, but we're not able to use that as the pure justification, and assume what we find is reality. >> chief, a lot of people, of course, are mystified how this fire spread so quickly, the
proximity of the fire department, the fact that you were on the scene within three minutes. how do you explain how it spread so rapidly? >> the incredible fire load in the building. again, we don't know exactly how the fire started. we're still at the area of origin. we haven't been able to get to that point to really do a thorough investigation, but as all the members have been reporting already, the large warehouse building was completely filled with combustibles, and once those got started, it was very, very, very rapid fire spread that made for a tremendously scary situation for firefighters and people trying to get out. >> and, chief, quickly, i know there weren't supposed to be residential uses for that building, and yet some of the people who live there said it was somewhat of a well-known secret. was it known to your department and were there fears that something like this might happen in that building?
>> i will let other members of the city speak to that. i do know that the fire station that's a block away knows the building. whether or not they were ever able to determine that it was residential use on top of the original permitted use and occupant use of warehouse is unknown to me. >> chief, i know you have a very busy day. i thank you very much for your time. >> you're welcome. take care. we're going to talk to two survivors of that fire coming up in our next half hour. now to an alarming incident in washington, d.c. a man armed with an assault rifle opening fire insidepizzer he apparently chose that restaurant that's become the focus of the vin investigation. hallie jackson has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. police say the suspect, identified as a 28-year-old from north carolina tells them he came to this restaurant to
investigate so-called pizzagate. a fake conspiracy theory that made the rounds during the presidential campaign, fake news, now with real consequences. armed with an assault rifle, police say edgar madison welch sent terrified customers into a scramble when he walked into a restaurant comfired at least one floor. >> people who ran in fromet wea >> the police department arrived on the scene immediately. set up a perimeter. >> reporter: this aim image taky a witness showing him surrounde his head. >> his manner was bizarre. you ask for a wait trit to anybody. >> reporter: police say he came into the restaurant to self-investigate pizzagate, a fake online conspiracy theory
organized by hillary clinton and her former campaign manager john podesta. in cck down on fake news -- >> you just think, oh, you know, people are very brave behind their keyboard. you know? people are writing hateful messages but you don't actually think that someone's going to do something about it. >> reporter: since the fake story went viral, the onlier of the d.c. pizzeria received hundreds of death threats. >> what happened today that pro false and reckless conspiracy theories do come with consequences, and i hope that those that are involved with fanning these flames will take a moment to contemplate what happened here today and to stop right away. >> reporter: police say at this point they don't believe anybody else other than welch was involved. tamron? >> thank you very much. president-elect donald trump is taking a fresh swipe at china
on the heels of his controversial phone call with the president of taiwan. this as mr. trump expands his field of candidates for secretary of state, amid a new cabinet picked just this morning. a lot going on this morning. nbc's kristen welker is at trump tower. good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt. good morning to you. and breaking this morning, president-elect trump tapping dr. pen garson to serve as his secretary of housing and urban development. he doesn't have any experience in the field, but today mr. trump calling carson passionate and brilliant. all of this as the deliberations continue into the biggest position of all, who will be the next secretary of state. president-elect donald trump widening his search for secretary of state. transition officials say he's eyeing jon huntsman, the one-time utah governor critical of mr. trump during the campaign at one point calling for mike pence to replace him after that 2005 "access hollywood" tape
surfaced. huntsman joins a number of other potential candidates including rex tillerson, ceo of exxon mobile, former mayor rudy giuliani, general david petraeus and mitt romney. >> who knows how many final ichts it will be. a big decision and nobody should rush through it. >> reporter: huntsman expertise in china could be an asset as the president-elect grapples from breaking with dick keds of u.s.-china policy accepting a phone call from taiwan's president. huntsman downplayed the flap. >> having lived in taiwan twice and lived in china once there's a little too much hyperventilating about this one. >> reporter: mr. trump did little to quell the controversy tweeting sunday, did chine in ask us if it was okay to devalue its currency? mike pence says the call with taiwan does not signal a shift in policy. >> i would say to counterparts in china that this was -- this was a moment of -- of courtesy.
>> reporter: another contender for secretary of state, general david petraeus was pressed whether he's qualified for the role after pleading guilty to mishandling classified information. >> five years ago i made a serious mistake, acknowledged it, apologized, paid a heavy price and learned from it. >> trupence calmed him a hero. >> he made mistakes and paid the consequences of those mistakes. >> reporter: notorious -- >> he nev single day in jail. general petraeus. who shared information that was far more highly classified than i ever did with journalists. >>or weekend, another flare-up with "snl" over this opening skit. >> kellyanne, i just retweeted the best tweet. i mean, wow. what a great, smart tweet. >> reporter: trump firing back on twitter, just tried watching "saturday night live." unwatchable. totally biased, not funny and thersonion just can't get any worse. sad.
and as for that controversy with reporting that jump and his advisers were planning that call for weeks. meantime, one of china's top commentators responding to the tweet donald trump had about china writing trump still thinks it's number one in the world. they note we do not need to ask permission for every decision we make. expect a lot of fallout on this throughout the day. >> kristen welker, thanks. deliberations resuming this morning in the murder trial of a former police officer ho shot and killed an unarmed man in south carolina. the jury getting back to work after telling the judge they'd been unable to reach a unanimous decision. gabe gutierrez is in the courthouse. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the jury asked the judge to go home for the weekend after a dramatic day in court friday in an extremely rare development. we're seeing some of the inner
workings of the jury before it was over. a juror saying he could not in good conscious convict michael slager. this morning the family of walter scott are hoping the holdout of a juror might change his mind. >> we do believe in hour heart we will see justice for my brother. >> reporter: former north charleston police officer michael slager charged with murt murder in scott's death also waits. >> we'll see what happens monday. >> reporter: jurors going home after 11 days in court, a panel of 11 white people and 1 dead man considered manslaughter or acquittal, or murder. >> i still cannot without a reasonable doubt convict the defendant. at the same time, my heart does not want to have to tell the scott family that the man that killed their son, brother, and
father, is innocent, but with the choices, i cannot and will not change my mind. >> reporter: in a follow-up note, the foreperson clearly seemed frustrated. >> that juror needs to leave. he is having issues. >> reporter: the 11-1 deadlock nearly led to a mistrial, but the judge told the jury to keep trying. >> it's not over. we kept hearing it's over. it's over. it's not over. >> reporter: during the month-long trial slager told the jury he was in total fear for his life and shot scott in self-defense after scott ran from his car and grabbed the officer's stun gun during a struggle. >> i fire ed fired -- the thream trained to do. >> reporter: indicating the jury was heavily considering a manslaughter conviction. not murder. it's not clear how long the jury will continue to deliberate this north. if still deadlocked the judge could declare a mistrial.
matt and tamron. >> thank you very much. an update on a story we've been following for months. a huge victory sunday for protestors in north dakota. the army corps of engineers will look for an alternate route for a controversial pipeline project near native american lands. cheers broke out as that word spread through the protest camp. for months now members of the sioux tribe have been trying to block construction of that pipeline. they say it could damage the water supply on their reservation nearby. but the victory could be short lived. president-elect trump has said he supports that project and some experts believe he could reverse the decision. al's here with a check of the weather. interesting mix of things going on. how are you? good morning. >> doing great. not so great for friends down south. show you first, though. also we have snow to talk about. this is greenville, michigan, and you can see parts of the great lakes picking up anywhere from four to a foot, four inches
to a foot of snow. that is coming to an end. more wet weather. look at this. the risk of strong storms. 5 million people under risk of strong storms through the gulf coast. that precipitation pushing up and through as low pressure developing. look for that system to move into the southeast. heavy rain. we could be looking at severe storms, atlanta on into raleigh later today, and on into tomorrow. this precipitation moves into the northeast with some snow back behind it, but look at the rainfall amounts as you get down south. some areas may pick up to five inches or more from louisiana on into the panhandle of florida. into the panhandle of florida. gettin♪ ♪ la vie est belle la vie est belle, the eau de parfum. lancôme.
available at macy's, your fragrance destination. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are lingering but we're drying out and we will get some sunshine. the steady rain overnight has ended and the mix of snow in the lehigh valley is already long gone. 49 degrees this afternoon for delaware with sunshine in the lehigh valley. warms into the middle 40s. 51 degrees in philadelphia. pretty nice warmup as the skies clear out for the suburbs and new jersey. both locations getting closer to 50 degrees this afternoon. next round of rain tomorrow. s your lates latest weather. guys? >> all right, al. thank you very much. coming up, more on the investigation, and search for more victims in that tragic warehouse fire in california. we're going to talk to two people who lived there and survived the fire. then, emotional tributes to the former nll player killed in an apparent road rage incident as we learn more about another
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degrees in philadelphia. there are the last few rain drops moving through lower bucks county into trenton, mercer county and burlington county in new jersey. not going to last much longer. you'll actually need your sunglasses. light fog in coatsville and alan town will disappear with sunshine this afternoon. katy. bill, thanks. let's get a check with jessica boyington. watching something on 476. >> we haven't recovered on the southbound side here. big drive time and pretty much stop and go. you can see the string of brake lights there. 22 minutes in the pa turnpike headed towards the schuylkill eed now 12 miles an hour towards the average. 42 freeway northbound traffic approaching an earlier accident. >> jessica, thanhaveksnother li in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the "nbc 10" app.
you're going to love that view. back at 7:30 on a monday morning. 5th of december, 2016. that tree provides the perfect backdrop for a great night on the plaza. to get out there in the rain, say hi in a little while. meanwhile, inside studio 1a, i'm matt lauer along with tamron hall here for savannah as she begins maternity leave. >> headlines, emergency landing caught on camera at the airport in san antonio. look at this united express flight touching down when suddenly the nose gear collapses and sparks fly. the 55 people onboard were safely evacuated with no serious injuries reported.
the georgia man found guilty of leaving his 22-month-old son to die in the swelters suv will be sentenced today. justin ross harris found guilty of eight counts of malice, murder and felony murder last month and is facing a maximum sentence of life in prison without parole. and the number of people killed in that fire during a late-night party at a warehouse in oakland has climbed to at least 33 people. we spoke to the fire chief earlier this morning, who expects that number will rise even higher. crews are still combing through debris and have only been able to reach about 70% of that building so far. and we're joined now by carmen brito and nicky kalberloved in that warehouse and survived the fire. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> you lived in that building, nicky, about two years, there when the fire started. how did you find out it was happening? how did you get out? >> it was actually carmen that i heard coming down the hallway
that said something about smoke and fire. another one of our resident artists was at the door, and he also said, fire, i immediately grabbed my fire extinguisher i had right in my kitchen area, opened my gate. looked down the hallway and saw 15-foot flames and what appeared to be a fireball coming towards me. i closed my gate. ran to my loft to grab my cat carrier. i was hit with a giant black wall of smoke that immediately rendered me unable to breathe or to see and then the power went out. i made it back down to my inside space. was able to grab a head lamp. gather up my cat, wrap her in my jacket and race out of the building. >> carmen, you lived there about 11 months. nicky mentioned having a fire extinguisher and we note this building was not coded for
people to live there. were you aware of that situation? >> i think the thing you have to understand about the bay area is that it is incredibly difficult to find housing. if your camera crew wants to go three blocks west of here, you can find plenty of people who couldn't find housing. at some point when you need somewhere to sleep at night, it doesn't matteryou have that piece of paper telling you that it's okay or not. >> carmen, are some of the other residents, are they among the missing? >> yeah. we -- we lost one of our own in the fire, and, and we all knew right away. one of our other members tried to save him. he wasn't able to, and we all knew, and we all knew right away, and -- you know, i think he's still officially listed as missing, because they haven't recovered his body yet. but -- like -- we all watched our home burn and we knew that he was inside.
>> carmen and nicky, we are sorry for your loss, are happy you're okay and thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you for having us. in the meantime, we're learning more this morning about that apparent case of road rage near new orleans that ended with the fatal shooting of a former nfl player. the suspect released without charges, tributes pouring in for the victim. we have more on that story. >> reporter: matt, good morning. vigils were held this weekend by family and friend unable to understand why this suspect is still walking free. this as new details emerge about his past. >> reporter: this morning as a community mourns, new details on the man who shot former nfl player joe mcknight in an apparent case of road rage. >> let's make it clear -- we are looking for answers. >> reporter: turns out 54-year-old ronald gasser, who was released from custody early friday with no charges filed was
arrested at the same intersection a decade ago for another road rage incident. according to the jefferson's parish sheriff. the alleged victim told investigators there gasser followed to a service station after he tried to report him for unsafe driving and punched him several times. those charges were dismissed. a source close to the gasser family tells nbc news, we send our thoughts and prayers to the mcknight family. we pray all will be patient and wait for the facts to come out. >> people can monday morning quarterback what we've done. mr. gasser is not going anywhere. he has been completely cooperative. >> reporter: the news comes amid new details of the shooting. the sharive saying mcknight was shot after he got out of his car and walked over to ronald gasser's passenger-side window. >> the three casings were located within the vehicle. the wounds are not consistent with being shot from above -- or
on the ground. >> reporter: facts that could call louisiana's stand your ground law into play if the prosecutor does, in fact, decide to file charges. it says in part, a homicide is justifiable when committed in self-defense by one who reasonably believes he is in imminent danger of losing his life or receiving great bodily harm and that the killing is necessary to save himself from that danger. but for mcknight's heartbroken family, so far no consolation. >> i can't believe it. my child is gone. >> reporter: police say there is no video of this shooting complicating efforts to determine self-defense or murder. again, no charges this morning. matt and tamron? >> blake mccoy on that story. thanks. over to al with another check of the forecast for us. >> right. we can see umbrellas out there. we have some wet weather and that's going to move through here in the northeast fairly quickly. upstate and into parts of new england, you can see it's snow where it's a little on the
chillier side. that low pressure system takes off and is out of here by tonight. then another round moves in tomorrow. keeps coming in from pittsburgh, washington, new york, and then snow again up into upstate new york, and in new england, and it's a little more widespread. some areas up between syracuse and watertown could pick up to six to eight inches of snow but a wider area of one to three inches from williamsport up iont good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are lingering but we're drying out. we will get some sunshine. the steady rain overnight has ended and the mix of snow in the lehigh valley is already long gone. 49 degrees this afternoon for delaware. sunshine in the lehigh valley warms into the middle 40s. should hit 51 degrees in philadelphia. pretty nice warmup as clouds clear out for the suburbs. and new jersey. both locations getting close to 50 degrees. next round of rain tomorrow, have a great day. get that weather anytime you
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trump showing no signs of changing strategies still looking to capitalize on what he describes as a tremendous modern form of communication. weeks away from his inauguration as america's 45th president, donald trump will take his place as his country's tweeter in chief allowing him an unfiltered platform to amplify his views like sunday night talking tough on china, it's also making him a tantalizing target. ♪ oops, i did it again >> mr. trump, please stop retweeting all of these random real people. you're not getting any work done. >> reporter: just minutes after "saturday night live" parodied the president-elect as a kpuls intweeter, trump proved the point blasting baldwin as biased and sad. before the show ended baldwin replied, release your tax returns and i'll stop. >> reporter: days after winning the white house trump vowed to
dial back his twitter habit. >> i'm going to do very restrained if i use it at all. >> reporter: how has he done on that promise so far? the last three weeks more than 90 tweets, some celebratory, praising tiger woods getting back to golf and others accusing a cable channel of supporting hillary clinton. cnn still doesn't get it. they'll never learn, he says. shortly after a segment focussing on a recent flag burning tweeting outrage, there must be consequences perhaps loss of citizenship or a year in jail. trumps aides publicly hail social media as an asset, not a liability. their boss reaching millions of followers on twitter and facebook. >> i can tell you firsthand that there are posts that he makes that otherwise would not be heard or seen by these 25 million people. >> reporter: are trump's casual comments on twitter dangerous? >> you need to be careful but he'll learn as he goes along. reasons people get so concerned about the tweets is, it's sort of a
way around the press. >> reporter: of course, trump's not without critics including one woman in the wake of the next president's showdown with "snl" unleashing her own tweet storm. you're the president-elect. pick your battles, man. you're embarrassing yourself. that tweet liked more than 65,000 times. showing even twitter is a two-way street. trump that plenty of fans, of course. one describing him as the famous hemingway of 140 characters for all followers, president-elect trump follows 40 accounts. more than half of trump properties, trump employees or trump family members. tamron and matt? >> interesting follow list. peter, thank you very much. >> interesting how he always starts his tweets on "snl" saying, tried watching "snl" and -- advice would be, try not watching "snl." >> but he keeps trying. obvious reasons. dylan's in the orange room with an exclusive look who is in the running for "time's" person
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guys, did you know that dylan's baby is due only two days after savannah's. and savannah is on maternity leave and dylan is on the show all week long. >> i didn't know i could take off that early. darn! >> by the way, we'll reveal "time's" person of the year. you have the short list? >> certainly do. building over "time," the magazine selects the person or idea with the biggest influence on the world and news this year for good or ill. the covers featured everyone from protestors and presidents to non-traditional choices like the computer and planet earth. last year chancellor of germany angela merkel held the title. let's get to it. no particular order on "time's" short list for 2016. we have facebook ceo mark zuckerberg, donald trump, beyonce, hillary clinton,
vladimir putin, whistle blowers of flint, michigan during the water crisis. uk's independent party leader, simone biles, and india's prime minister and the scientist, group pioneering advancements in genetic research. who do you think should are "time's" person of the year? head to the website to weigh in. results wednesday exclusively right here on "today." >> i'm not going to say, but i think a runaway. >> it may be vladimir putin or nigel faraj, because they were international -- and could have impacted i think our election. i don't know. my guess. >> i think -- >> hey! >> all right. we'll find out wednesday. dylan, thank you very much. >> all right. coming up -- our series "winning at all costs" jenna bush hager expose as growing concern for young athletes. why so many end up hooked on painkillers. and later, a live performance from kelly clarkson.
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"nbc 10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm katy zachry. 7:56 on your monday morning. first alert neighborhood forecast with meteorologist bill henley. hi, bill. >> hey, katy. just a few rain drops left in the suburbs. 39 degrees right now. see the clouds over king of prussia. the clouds will thin out by 1:00 in the afternoon, 48 degrees, that's 10 degrees warmer. warming into the low 50s. 51 in philadelphia. 52 degrees in new jersey this afternoon. so dramatically improving conditions later today. all right, bill. thanks. let's get a check on the roads with first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. what are you seeing on the schuylkill? >> south street and east bound side reports of an accident clearly in our view here with only one lane crawling by on the eastbound side. this is traffic that's moving after the vine street expressway
maybe towards 95 if that's your destination. you can see crawling by right there. looks like a school bus may be involved with his flashers on. two other vehicles very slippery conditions as we drive through. katy, back to you. happening today, philadelphia will release the results of its election recount. while the effort to recount votes across all of the state turns into a federal case. lawyers for green party candidate jill stein are expected to file their case in u.s. district court today. supporters petitioned for a statewide recount. yesterday philadelphia wrapped up a recount of provisional and absentee ballots. a machine recount in the city last week showed no change in the original tally. animal rights activists are ready to protest phase two of new jersey's annual bear hunt which starts today. outrage erupted after this upright walking bear you see here nick named petals was killed in north jersey during the first phase of the hunt in
it's 8:00 on "today" and coming up, tragedy in oakland. new questions about who's responsible, after a massive warehouse fire claims the lives of at least 33 people. >> i woke up and my room was filled with smoke. like a fog of smoke, and, and i looked over and i could see an orange glow coming through the window. >> we're live at the scene amid the search for more victims. plus -- from athlete to addict. >> i was nervous to go to practice because i didn't want to let my coach see. >> i was kind of at a point where i just wanted to get high, like, see how high exactly i could get. >> meet the real teen whose became addicted to painkillers after suffering sports injuries.
what every parent needs to know about this dangerous epidemic. and -- star power. >> how's it going? i'm lady gaga. it's nice to see ya! [ cheers ] >> a heartfelt surprise from pop superstar lady gaga tied to our "share kindness" campaign. ♪ piece by piece >> while kelly clarkson is here to bring down the house with a live performance in studio 1a, today, monday, december 5, 2016. ♪ >> -- high school, seattle, washington! >> and nyc! >> happy birthday! from austin, texas. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ on christmas eve but it's amazing ♪ >> from north dakota, living it up! >> hello from south carolina xl. >> i'm celebrating 60 sensational years, whew! [ cheers and applause ]
all right. we are back now, 8:00 on a monday morning. it's the 5th day of december. 2016. scale of one to ten, probably not a ten out here today. it's more like -- three. chilly and rainy but a nice crowd. >> it feels like nighttime. just saying. doesn't it? >> look at it. >> feels like in the evening hours. >> you know what they say? >> what? >> ain't no sunshine when she's gone. savannah, day one of maternity leave, here come clouds and rain but hope she's relaxing, sleeping in -- >> not watching. >> yes. feet up. >> as we said, grammy winner and dear friend kelly clarkson is here. she is very busy this morning in studio 1a. going to have a great song. >> and going to perform live, but before she does that, guys, she's going to co-host with me and al on the take and we are playing a basically a game of "how much do we know about kelly
clarkson, as far as lyrics? ". >> that's right. i was going to say. >> here's your signs. >> right. good question. a lot to get to. first, check of the headlines. it's time for the news at 8:00. we begin with that deadly warehouse fire in oakland. i'm miguel all maguiu all magui death scene as never seen before with bodies covered in tarps officials say more victims are likely buried under a field of ash and debris believing more than 100 people packed this oakland warehouse for a party when flames exploded through the building. there was only seconds to escape the furious inferno. a teenager, this couple, so many young people among the missing and confirmed dead. kelsey can't find her friend alex. >> it's really sad. you know what? you have to keep hope. >> reporter: though the warehouse was not zoned for
residential living, inside a maze of wooden furniture, antiques and a makeshift pallet staircase filled the building, some 25 people called home. >> we all looked out for each other, all helped each other. it wasn't just like, oh, this is my roommate. this is my friend. >> reporter: with many calling it a tinderbox ready to explode, the city received complaints over blight and illegal housing. just last month an inspector could not get access inside. officials admit, it was well known, many lived in the warehouse. >> so the city dropped the ball here? >> yeah. i mean, i -- all of us did, yeah. we dropped the ball on this issue and sadly enough, it's -- you know, we lost some lives. >> reporter: with the building owner saying they had no idea residents lived inside, the master tenant who leased the property, derick almena, tells nbc news, this tragic event
consumes my every moment. my heart is broken. the city has now launched a criminal investigation. this morning, the heartbreak here is growing, and soon the blame may, too. with the youngest victim just 17 years old, many of those who have been positively identified are in their 20s and 30s. the fire broke out close to 11:30 p.m. this party was supposed to go until 4:00 a.m. officials say had it gone on much later, the death toll could have been even higher. tamron? >> miguel, thank you very much. now to the trump transition this morning. president-elect trump announced he plans to nominate dr. ben carson as secretary of housing and urban development. at the same time trump is widening his search for secretary of state. according to transition officials, he's considering jon huntsman, former ambassador to china and former utah governor. oh potential candidates, rex tillerson, ceo of exxon mobile, former mayor rudy giuliani, general david petraeus and mitt
romney. another milestone sunday for new england patriots quarterback tom brady. he became the winningest quarterback in nfl history, when the patriots beat the l.a. rams 26-10, giving brady 201 career wins. one more than peyton manning. brady said later, it's always been about winning. he said he's been fortunate to be on great patriots' teams over the years and said he is very grateful. she a great quarterback. >> indeed he is. a southwest airlines flight it to be diverted sunday because of an unexpected baby onboard. [ crying ] that's the scream heard on the plane during the flight from philadelphia to orlando. a woman on the plane suddenly went into labor, and the crew asked for any doctors or nurses to go to the front row. helped the woman deliver her baby over south carolina and the flight was were diverted to charleston will emts took the baby and parents to a hospital. by the way, it's a baby boy.
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double means double. all right. a good time to trend. ready, gang? >> let's go. >> it really doesn't snow in san francisco all that often. >> right. >> you can understand why some 49ers' players got excited to flay a snowy game in chicago on sunday. cornerback daunte johnson got so excited, when he scored a touchdown he dropped to the turf. what did he do? of course, you make snow angels. because it's snow, because it's fun. it's also a penalty. >> oh! >> the refs threw a flag for excessive celebration. tag injury to insult, insult to injury, whichever want, the touchdown was called back. >> oh! >> out of bounds. >> i lived in chicago ten years. that is not snow. >> a light flurry. >> for san francisco -- >> why not celebrate a little?
>> i don't get that. >> it's fun. >> you know? >> but the so fun to watch. >> i love the celebrations. >> watching celebrations. >> days where they caught a touchdown pass, flipped the ball to the ref and ran to the sidelines. >> that's when they had leather helmets. >> no helmets! >> right. back in the day some more, first, what do you do on weekends? plan? are you planners? >> iable not. >> not really. >> a good thing. according to a new study planning ahead of time actually drains the fun out of events like not celebrating in the nfl. even if it's inherent lit fun to do. researcher at ohio state found the more you scheduled an event the less enjoyment in brought to attendees. too much event planning makes the event seem work. spontaneity allows flexibility. that should be the rule of life. hoda you start off the show, what are we doing? >> when i'm going to, like, an event i usually do plan it and i
think i sap a little -- be ready by 8:00! >> i know. >> no fun. let's move on. >> sometimes i get like that. i know. >> so weird. >> on weekends i plan the mornings to get things done and whatever happens in the afternoon happens. >> tougher for parents, too. you have to keep soccer schedules, dance, whatever's going on. >> uh-huh. >> a bowl of kibble, let them do whatever. >> the kids? oh, that's nice. >> speak for yourselves. video. showed you a portion of this. the most australian video you'll see all day. out on a hunting trip a man's dog caught in the bang r-- kang roone's mouth. think he's going to box back? no. bang. the kangaroo not injured, apparently said, wait, you hit me. stunned but did not go after that dog again. what do we think about that? is that okay? >> there has to be a man in there. that kangaroo, he -- sticks out
his chest. >> a guy in a kangaroo suit. >> i don't believe -- hoda? >> no. it looked real to me. i think once the dog was out of the headlock, i don't see the need to punch the kangaroo. >> i felt bad for the kangaroo. >> i did, too. >> then the kangaroo went be after sylvester the cat. so it was okay. >> a wild animal. a shark or lion, they grabbed your dog, you'd be fine punching that thing, right? because it's one of those little australian kangaroos with a pouch, you all say, oh, that's not right. >> if it had been a shark! >> against "jaws"? >> you would punch that shark in the nose. >> they say in australia kangaroos are like deer. run wild. >> and can be aggressive, as you know. >> glad we didn't plan this. >> all right. dylan? >> okay. "pop start." >> here we go. jennifer aniston's rachel character from "friends." >> grabbing a dog again.
>> dog and shark in the same place. so jennifer aniston's character from "friends" has long been lampooned on "saturday night live" by vanessa bayer. we got to see just how she feels about the impression. >> well -- yeah. i mean, kind of just sounds like all you're doing is, like, what? oh, what? me? oh, wow. no! what? >> is it like this? what? wow? >> well, no. >> yeah? >> what? >> no. i don't do that. >> what? oh! >> i love that impression. last night's "saturday night live" episode the first time she did it in front of aniston and nailed it. >> uh-huh. >> and friday, chris pratt's hilarious ability to post a selfie with jennifer aniston in the show. either show half her face, back
of her head. fans spoken demanding a photo of j. lo. not want to disappoint, pratt posted this photo shot on to his body writing, my best buddy jennifer l jennifer. sorry for playing with you guys. this year's awards, james taylor and the eagles among others. the president and first lady received the longest standing ovation. the crowd, stephen colbert, letting them know hutch they'll be missed. >> i think we can all agree the last eight years the white house has given us a leader who is passionate, intelligent and dignified. [ cheers and applause ] sir, i don't know why you stood up. i was talking about michelle. [ laughter ] >> the obamas were also given a so-called golden ticket to come back to the kennedy center
whenever they like. that's your "pop start." >> can we go back to the kangaroo for a second? my favorite part. go to the video. i like when the guy confronts the kangaroo. kangaroo gets up, squares off, like, have you never seen a boxing kangaroo. okay. i wasn't ready. i wasn't ready! >> this is so crazy! look at him. he's -- >> okay. let's go. i can box you. >> it's on, it's on! >> and debates what to do go back, go back at it? >> like having a beef. i think he's -- >> oh, i'm going away. >> under what circumstance is your dog in the water with a shark? >> the dog falls into the ocean. >> okay. >> you know what can happen. what would you do? you'd punch the shark, right? nobody would be complaining. >> his nose turns inside out. >> dylan, check of the weather. >> no. i'm going to do the weather. >> sorry. al, check of the weather. >> i'm in the water with a shark! what do you do? what do you do? hot shot? >> save you. >> pop quiz. what do you do? >> save you!
>> what is going on? >> oh, wow. best -- best trending ever! all right. so it's -- >> a cheetah -- >> that's great. >> turning frigid. cold air coming out from alaska. look at this. today, great falls 19. casper, 28, 7 degrees below average. tomorrow morning, the cold continues from seattle, only 31. tomorrow's high's in denver, 31 degrees. 14 below normal. amarillo, 41. making our way towards wednesday, the cold continues, and look at this later in the week. d.c. 41 by friday. 34 in nashville, mobile, 48 degrees. that's -- >> hey, al, no one forget, tamron thought it was a man in a kangaroo suit. all right? >> did you see a zipper anywhere? >> his head was too small! >> hoda's checked out. >> that's what's going on. somebody -- good morning, i'm
meteorologist bill henley. clouds are lingering but we're drying out and we will get some sunshine. the steady rain overnight has ended and the mix of snow in the lehigh valley is already long gone. 49 degrees this afternoon for delaware, with sub shine the lehigh valley warms into the middle 40s. should hit 51 degrees in philadelphia and warmup as skies clear out for the suburbs and new jersey, both locations getting close to 50 degrees this afternoon. next round of rain, tomorrow. have a great day. latest weather. >> all right, al. thank you very much. now our ongoing series "winning at all costs." this morning, youngth leetes ho athletes hooked on painkillers. >> jenna bush hager is with us. >> i recently sat down with three teens who sports injuries led to dangerous addictions. for john haskell, football meant everything. >> i loved it. i loved it.
i put in 110%. >> reporter: the game provided life lessons on and off the field. >> instills a lot of skills are brotherhood what it means to be a teammate. >> reporter: and jess joined her first swim team at 6 years old. >> i love swimming. it is the most fun i've ever had on a team in my life. >> reporter: all student athletes now 18 who went from chasing a dream to chasing a high. >> offered up the idea of black tar heroin. >> i was nervous to go to practice because i didn't want to let my coach see. >> i was kind of at a point where i just wanted to get high. like, see how high exactly i could get. >> reporter: their love of the game drove them to play hard. at just 15, john had got in his fourth concussion. >> when i woke up the next morning i was kind of not hearing too well, and things were kind of a little blurry. my head was in robbing, really, really hurting.
so my mom took me to the doctor. >> reporter: do you remember the conversation you had with the doctor? >> i had the ct scan. he asked me questions, looked in my ears. checked my hearing, my eyes, and next thing i know, i'm at cvs getting vike kinn. >> reporter: vicodin a highly addictive opioid painkiller like the one spencer was described. >> i was predescribed percocet. hit really hard carrying the football and by mack bas killing me. >> reporter: it didn't just block his pain. >> i liked the feeling but the relief not for the pain for the mental effect that it brought to me. >> reporter: both athletes were soon hooked. how many prescriptions were written for you? >> one prescription with three refills. >> reporter: when that ran out, what happened? >> i will to find a dealer that would sell them to me. >> reporter: jess was also prescribed vicodin after shoulder surgery. she says she used it a few times before, but never in this amount. once the prescription ran out,
she started stealing from her grandmother's medicine cabinet. >> i would just take them and replace them with ibuprofen and she wouldn't notice. >> reporter: jess, john and spencer are not alone. in a cdc survey published this year, one in six students said they had taken prescription painkillers without a prescription. >> it's supposed to be for pain relief. unfortunately we see all too often the developing brain becoming seduced by this feeling. the release of dopamine in the brain, the feel-good center of the brain. >> reporter: john was spinning upwards of $200 a day on the pills. his parents caught him stealing money. >> i think that's what made him realize, oh, i don't have this unlimited funds. i better start finding what i can get high on that's cheap. >> reporter: the solution -- heroin. a fraction of the price of a prescription painkiller. the son who had never used drugs before his football injury was
now a full-blown heroin addict. how did you realize you needed to get help? >> there was nothing else really for me. i was 16 years olds, using heroin. i was pretty much over, my life. i was depressed. i wanted to die. >> reporter: what's when his dad took him to newport academy in california, a teen treatment center where jess and spencer were also getting help after hitting rock bottom. >> i took roughly 45 pills of vicodin, and i, like, blacked out and my mom called 911. >> reporter: dr. harold says both doctors and parents need to probe when it comes to drug treatment. >> as parent, take a more advocating role and ask your provider, why are they going in this route? why is it an automatically an opioid and a painkiller? the provider needs to ask questions like is there a family history of addiction? >> reporter: but john's parents had no idea if there was a family history of addiction.
they had adopted john when he was a baby. >> we know now that wheewhat th do. >> reporter: they were never warned of the addiction of a drug. >> this is what the doctor prescribed. this is what we're going to take. >> reporter: founder of newport academy has seen dozens of teens go from athlete to addict with one prescription. >> at that age, to introduce such a powerful prescription narcotic drug to their system is only going to have damaging effects, and we know that the younger someone starts using drugs, the more likely they are to develop an addiction. >> reporter: john knows that one prescription changed his life. >> i really, really was really angry that this had to happen to me. this kind of manifested itself through something that i loved so much and it was really everything to me, and through that i got this addiction. >> reporter: these teens are now
sober and living a full life. do you feel like in some ways you're the lucky ones? >> i would say, if we stick to this path and keep doing, continue to do what we're doing, that we're definitely the lucky ones. >> i couldn't ask for anything more. i'm so grateful for where i am today. >> i'm happy. i've got good relationships. i have trust with me family. my family trust me today. it's good. it's really good. >> john is two years sober, wants to be a drug counselor, jess still swims every day and also two years sober and spencer is six months sober. really, for parents, ask questions. these kids are too young to be addicted to these, to this medicine. >> and to give a prescription with three refills. >> wow. >> for a 15-year-old. >> formula for tub. >> a great report, jenna. thank you so much. over to dylan. >> hey, guys, just ahead, one of our absolute favorites is here. kelly clarkson. she's going to perform. -- excuse me -- live performance.
>> much better, also beautiful. >> all coming up an your local news and weather. what's the secret to clearing your voice? good morning, i'm kate yea zachry. it is 8:26 on your monday. let's get right to your first alert neighborhood forecast with bill henley. hi, bill. >> hey, katy. we saw rain and snow overnight. overnight the snow ended in camelback mountain. even though it's clouzy and foggy there will be sunshine throughout the day. we'll be drying out and we will see sunshine, morristown with a nice warmup into the low 50s this afternoon. chilly in the lehigh valley but up to 42 in philadelphia. we're flirting with winter weather. make sure you have the free nbc 10 app, up to the minute school delays radars and weather alerts. let's get a check on traffic
after a rough morning on the roads. >> we're having slippery spoots spots and did not schuylkill expressway causing maimor delayed eastbound. cameras south street, accident, school bus involved, police activity. this vehicle looks like it's facing the wrong way on the highway. one lane is getting by, earlier it was closed off, making it an 84-minute trip, typically 12 minute trip eastbound toward the vine. once you get to the vine, 12 minutes to 95. in montgomery county classes are canceled in the upper perkiomen and school district. the superintendent posted the district received a threat. state police are investigating. staff is still reporting for work. i'm katy zachry. another live update in about 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show.
we are back now. 8:30 on a monday morning. the 5th day of december, 2016. our toy drive in full swing. that's victoria's secret angels. adriana and elsa helping us out. with that toy drive. serving as our elves today and we're going to talk to them in a couple of minutes. >> beautiful elves. two loved things around here. "hamilton" and kelly clarkson. here with a very special
performance you won't forget. >> counting down the minutes for that. another music sensation, lady gaga, a new mission and how shows helping spread kindness over the holidays and beyond. this story is such a tearjerker. >> and one of our favres, octavius spencer on a new movie based on a remarkable new story and the new oscar buzz it is getting. >> all right. bring over those helping us out this morning. nice to see you. how are you? >> good morning. >> so -- this is the 16th time you've been in the victoria's secret fashion show. does it just become run of the mill? do you have to get psyched up for something like that? >> you know, i really get nervous. i thought it was going to go away, throughout the years, but i get more and more -- oh, my god. but, you know, she opened the show this year, and she did awesome. i'm like -- now she knows how it feels. >> it's nerve-racking. that's hard. >> and we killed it. >> you did kill it.
in paris for the first time. i'm curious when walking, are you thinking something? do you have a go-to thought to keep you focussed? >> i totally just feel the music, performers and energy of the crowd. it was in paris, sos it wa inevitable you just feel that amazing beauty of paris and energy of that. >> sometimes i'm always pointed out, like, to the people. like -- my family is there. so the time that i pointed is like, i'm saying hello to someone that i know. my mom -- >> you're already nervous. what's it like when lady gaga is -- >> walking next to an amazing musician is amazing. lady gaga looked beautifully amazing. your singing, by the way -- >> we know what it's like to be put in revealing outfits because you tried to get us to try on speedos in rio at the olympics. >> did you try it after, like behind closed doors?
>> no. didn't have to. ladies, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> thank you for being part of the toy drive as well. mr. roker, check of the weather. >> show what you we have looking at the week ahead. a lot of wet weather making its way through the southeast, the gulf coast. we're also looking at a wintry mix in the pacific west. the midweek period, skies clearing in the east. rain and mountain snows out west and as we get towards the end of the week, a real mess in the west. but here in the east, looking good. some rain around the great lakes. that's what's goi ng good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are lingering but we're drying out and we will get some sunshine. the steady rain overnight has ended and the mix of snow in the lehigh valley is already long gone. 49 degrees this afternoon for delaware with sunshine the lehigh valley warms into the middle 40s. should hit 51 degrees in philadelphia and a pretty nice warmup as skies clear out for the suburbs and new jersey, both locations getting closer to 50
degrees this afternoon. next round of rain, tomorrow. have a great day. and that is your latest weather. make sure you get the get the w anytime you need it. go to the weather channel on cable. guys? all right, al, thank you so much. and "today's" "share kindness" campaign, celebrating self-less acts in full swing this morning. >> hoda in 30 rock in the brand new "share kindness experience" led by lady gaga's born this way foundation, empowering young people to create a kinder world. a great thing. hoda? >> i am so excited. right here, we are all about kindness as part of our "share kindness" we partnered with lady gaga. recently, a homeless center for lgbt. take a look. ♪ >> i know my parents love me and, you know -- i know my
family loves me, but a lot of times i felt like they didn't really get to see me. >> i was on the street actually when i came here. i was, like, sleeping on the train and in mcdonald's. >> hi, everybody. this is lady gaga, and we are at the center in harlem and here to surprise the kids. kindness, to me, is an action of love. or a showing of love to someone else. >> lots of gifts! >> and i also believe that kindness is the cure to violence and hatred around the world. >> how's it going? i'm lady gaga. it's nice to see you! [ screams ] >> oh, thank you. i'm thankful for you. >> i like to share kindness in a
lot of different ways. >> i am here today. i brought presents for all of you. >> i love to give things to people that have nothing, or less than me. >> there you go. you're very welcome. >> t-shirts, socks, hats, comfy clothes. we have everything. >> all: thank you! >> you can have a gift, of course. honey! >> i love you. >> i love you. >> these children are not just homeless, or in need. many of them are trauma survivors. they've been rejected, and in some type of way. >> when family was, like, kind of like pushing me away because i'm gay, all i had is you and "born this way" album. >> my own trauma in my life helped me to understand the trauma of others. >> thank you for being alive. ♪ tell me how the hell could you know how could you know ♪
until it happens to you ♪ >> meditation helps me to calm down. i don't have the same kinds of issues that you have, but i have a mental illness. and i struggle with that mental illness every day. so i need my mantra to help keep me relaxed. >> i told the kids today that i suffer from a mental illness. i suffer from ptsd. i've never told anyone that before. so here we are. but the kindness that's been shown to me by doctors as well as my family and my friends, it's really saved my life. you are brave. you are courageous. i've been searching for ways to heal myself, and i found that kindness is the best way. one way to help people that have trauma is to inject them with as many positive thoughts as possible. ♪ smile, though your heart is breaking ♪
smile, even though it's aching ♪ >> what's really important to remind kids that are suffering from a traumatic experience or from abandonment to remind them a they're not alone, and that they're loved. >> oh, my, gosh. thank you, thank you. >> lady gaga's act of kindness was reminder that love system exists, and that there's still some for me. >> i am no better than any of those kids, and i'm no worse than any of them. we are equal. we both walk, our two feet, on the same earth, and we're in this together. ♪ you've given me a million reasons to let you go ♪ >> we, as a world, are suffering from war to children who are homeless, famine. kindness is the way of becoming more harmonious and to ending those things.
♪ when i kneel down to pray ♪ i try to make the worst seem better ♪ lord, show me the way ♪ to cut through all this war ♪ >> and those of us that have, should give to those who have not during the holidays. do one kind act before the end of the year. just being kind. the act itself, it's free. and it's priceless. ♪ stay [ cheers and applause ] >> how much do you love lady gaga right at this moment? as part of that meditation, you guys, lady gaga wrote a personal inspiration for everybody and gave one to me. mine says, i'm brave, and she signed it. lady gaga's out of the country but you know who's in the country? her mother, mother gaga, is what
i call her. all of the people at all of these tables are doing acts of kindness. decorating holiday lunch bags for kids, and this is kindness is healing. you can also make holiday cards here. it's all about kindness. so come here to this area. check out these activities. participate. it's so awesome and can i say something? you raised acn amazing girl. >> thank you. >> let me hug you. >> such a sweet story. hoda, thank you very much. by the way, you can contribute simply at home. just do good deeds. use the #sharekinded in, and help us get to 1 million acts. >> how many people have already been sharing. keep them going. up next -- the powerful new role that could land octavius spencer another oscar. we'll catch up with her. first, this is "today" on nbc.
academy award winner octavius spencer, getting oscar buzz again for her role in "hidden figures" based on a true story of three african-american women who worked for nasa and had a significant impact on the space program. she plays dorothy vaughn, head of the west computing group and pushes women to go further in their careers, is not afraid to nudge them in their personal life as well. >> he's coming over. >> why would he be doing that? >> because mary's waving -- >> too late. fix your hair. >> hello, colonel. i'm dorothy vaughn. i believe you met my -- >> yes, ma'am. >> and this is -- >> she's not married. she's a widow, with three beautiful little girls. so well behaved, arrangeals on earth is what we like to call them. dorothy, slice of pie? >> i'd love one. excuse me. >> you already have a slice of pie -- >> i love that cast and octavius is here with us. good morning. >> good morning. you look beautiful. >> thank you. you look beautiful in your
wonderwoman t-shirt. >> wonderwomen. >> and teaching us in this film about some women who certainly could be superheroes. i'm watching the film thinking, how is it 46 years of my life i have never heard this story. you had the same reaction. you thought it was fiction. >> i thought it was historical fiction. hi had just done "the help," well, four years ago, but when i read this, i thought, we would have known about it if it were true, right? the fact we didn't know, it hurt at my core. you know? >> i think people -- i described it as kind of a grieving, because here you have this notion that girls don't like math, or black girls don't get this, and these are examples for girls of any background of what we're capable of. >> absolutely. you know, when i think about the contributions that these women made at such a tumultuous time in our nation's history and the fact they didn't complain, just got the work done are examples of what we should be doing. >> how critical to our space
program? >> very critical. without katherine johnson's contribution, we wouldn't have made it to space the first time. that's real and something we have to credit her for and all of those women. >> you play dorothy vaughn, she passed away in 2008. >> uh-huh. >> when you are playing someone who is real, and had such an important impact, how -- do you deal with that pressure? >> well, you know, that there's a life that extends beyond the screen, and you realize the, the profanity of that moment. there are families and legacies you have a responsibility to and none of us took that lightly. i have to tell you, the most rewarding thing, we did a premiere in washington last week and watching with the families is one of those hallmark moments for me. amazing. >> the cast could be a hallmark card of beauty and talent. taraji p. henson, janel, the list goes on and on. we have to talk about the oscar buzz. i won't jinx you. how do you feel about it?
>> you know, i like living in the moment. right now, we're just opening the movie. all of that is frosting on the cake, but we all love frosting. >> definitely do. great at creating frosting! we love you so much. >> thank you. >> "hidden figures" out in theaters december 26th and nationwide january 6th. we can't wait, kelly clarkson, about to perform live. a cool song from a very cool show. >> it's very sad, so -- t.s. hopefully i keep it together. >> you will, i promise. right after this. this is "today" on nbc.
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if you can't afford your medication, astra zeneca may be able to help. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. kelly clarkson has three grammy awards under her belt and now is taking on broadway. >> hit show "hamilton" just released much-arp waited "hamilton" mixed tape includes
songed from musical re/max and covering by poor lar artists including our girl kelly. >> i'm super lucky. >> how did you get involved? >> my new label. i was e-mailed the song at like 1:00 ntd morning. i was pregnant with my little boy and had not seen "hamilton." so really i'm just like a couple weeks away from having my boy and this song is about a boy dieing? i was like, are you serious? like -- are you serious right now? i'm so worried about a miscarriage. it was so beautiful, so, yeah. >> i don't want to jinx anything, but we've been talking here, and it is a very emotional song called "quiet uptown," alexander hamilton's teenage son dies and you say even in rehearsing and practicing the song. >> i made it through once without -- >> it came over you? >> you want to be emotional, i was telling you, but so hard when you're singing. legit, no sound would come out
of my mouth if i started crying. it would just be like -- >> shall we try? >> yeah. good luck. >> "quiet uptown," kelly clarkson. ♪ there are moments that the words don't reach there are sufferings too terrible to name ♪ ♪ you hold your child as tight as you can and push away the unmatchable ♪ the moments when you're in so deep, feels easier to just bend down and so they move uptown and learn to live with the unimaginable ♪ spend hours in the garden
i walk alone through the storm, and it's quiet uptown ♪ i never liked to cry before ♪ ♪ i take the children to church on sunday, a sign at the cross at the door ♪ and i pray that never used to happen before ♪ if you see him in the street walking by himself, talking to himself ♪ have pity you knock me out, i fall apart ♪ look at where we are look at where we started ♪ ♪ i know i don't deserve you but hear me out ♪ that would be enough if i could spare his life ♪
♪ if i could trade his life for mine ♪ right now and you would smile, and that would be enough ♪ talking by himself have pity ♪ don't you like it uptown, it's quiet uptown ♪ the unimaginable ♪ see him walking in the park, taking in the sights ♪ look around, look around ♪ ♪ look around when you're standing in the garden ♪ ♪ standing there side by side she takes his hand ♪ ♪ it's quiet uptown forgiveness
can you imagine ♪ forgive ne forgiveness can you imagine ♪ ♪ oh, look around, look around they are going through the unimaginable ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> you did it, girlhank you, fo. thank you very much. kelly's going to come back in a bit. more music. >> you did fantastic. >> and first, this is "today" on nbc.
oh, my goodness. >> too bad you don't feel a song when you sing it? >> ever since i had kids, i cry at everything. i can't control. it's about a boy, i'm about to have a son. like, yeah. >> amazing. >> you did a beautiful job. beautiful. >> such a great job writing them. so, tearjerker. >> from tears to laughter. you're going to join us as a co-host. fun things -- well, you may
still be crying. >> may not be good morning, i'm katy zachry. just a few minutes before 9:00 a.m. on your monday. let's get to your first alert neighborhood forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> hey katy, the rain has come to an end but we're still looking at light fog and plenty of clouds, too. 42 degrees in philadelphia. the wind is out of the southwest at 10 miles an hour, that's going to help clear things out and warm things up, 45 degrees at 10:00 by 10:00 this afternoon
in the low 50s. nice warmup for the entire area with sunshine this afternoon. we have breaking traffic news, big backups on the schuylkill expressway. jessica boyington has what you need to know to get around there. >> katy watching the schuylkill around south street is where we have an accident scene that's still taking out the right-hand lane. earlier there was a school bus involved, that might be it behind that vehicle there but even so, if they have this cleared out of the way only one lane is getting by on the eastbound side. another vehicle involved clearly facing the wrong way. approaching the vine street expressway before this accident scene a 77-minute drive time from the blue route to this point. later on in the commute typically a 25-minute delay. we're still really slow. back to you. new this morning a septa bus driver is in the hospital right now after two men threw a liquid
on her this morning. septa tells us the men were getting on to a bus in moncrest 6:30 a.m. the men threw the liquid and ran off. there were passengers on the bus. no one else has hurt. service has not been interrupted. we're working to get more information on how the driver is doing. i'm katy zachry. another live update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. back to the "today" show. have a good one.
first this morning on "today's take," a grammy winner super star, it's kelly clarkson. then how would you like to dine in this gingerbread house? a sweet deal. and forget take-out, fast and fabulous, right now. >> annouer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, and welcome to a very special monday morning. december 5, 2016. we are so excited to have one of singing star's biggest singing stars in the world, kelly clarkson is our co-heft. >> yes! >> this is so exciting. >> it's our deserved. >> you're funny. >> it -- i'm not funny.
you just were sang downstairs. >> not super professional, cried like a girl. that's okay, girls and boys cry. >> kelly clarkson, we teal your feelings through your songs and performances. >> it's hard sometimes if that emotional. especially after having kids. i don't know what it. my hormones. i cry so easily. every emotion is 1,000 times more -- >> i cry and i don't have kids. >> i don't know. i'm worried about that. you probably cry like, living to "frozen." >> oh, my gosh. i've heard that so much. ip i recently saw and wanted to yell, stop! literally my daughter loves it. i've heard "let it go" so many times. yes. >> your daughter, river, kelly and i, talking off the ledge. can't stop looking at pictures of this ambassadbaby.
>> it's personality. it's karma, in a hot second -- >> my mom used to say, one day you're going to do what was done to me. >> she says, you don't understand it. i'm like, i don't? you never shut up either. >> terrible 2s, you told me? >> yes. sweet at can be. in a hot second, just learning, she's 2. a horrible age. >> look at your little guy. >> at disney world there. yeah. she was obsessed. yeah. i feel bad, though, our kids. it's not normal. they don't wait in lines. you know, like we all did at kids. you wait in line for kids. two minutes, are we going to ride yet? pipe down. people are waiting three hours. >> like your mom. you pipe down. >> you're old school. i was like, i can still reach you! >> that's right. don't make me stop this car. >> don't make me stop the driver who's driving now. >> make a scene. >> ant most kids probably don't, your kids probably think it's
regular, normal to go to the white house christmas party? >> she did. she met obama. we taught her how to say obama. she did it in front of her. he was like, okay, you can have anything you want. >> she did on command? >> a sit-in. >> you practice at home? >> no. you know, i just said, hey, say obama. he loves mimicking. in a mimic stage. it was awesome. she was so sweet and he was so nice. he had a phone conversation with our 10-year-old boy, who was on cloud nine. he took time for me. i was so -- look. i'm crying. i might be pregnant. >> news here. >> i'm nuft kjust kidding. >> how about singing? christmas carols with the president. >> it was cold. yeah, he came out. funny, we didn't get to rehearse it. at one point everybody came in so much, that trisha and i, we got pushed back. >> there you are. >> starting grinding. grinding onstage, the president
of the united states doct-- wha the -- couldn't see us. we were back there. >> you have on beyonce heels. >> and i'm not her. i'm aware. like -- >> how tall are the heels you have on today? >> my god. what do you think. like 6 >> they're not me. might be someone. but it's not me. >> had you to walk up two flights of flares. >> in my shoes. yes. that's why i'm sweating! i mean, just kidding. i work out all the time. >> we love you're a real miss. oh, my god. so good. >> last year, i mean, christmas obviously big in a lot of homes, but in your house, you went with your christmas card "game of thrones"? >> pretty hard core about that and tried this year, too. everybody keeps asking us, like -- how do you live up to that? >> that's crazy. >> yeah. i was like -- it kind of happened. we were on vacation, doing a thing for fun. he has a scottish background, my husband. i had a really awesome idea but couldn't happen, because
equestrian, out of town so much. eldest is 15. yeah. so -- i have a great idea. just don't know if we'll get it done in time. >> what's the -- >> i won't tell you. it's a surprise! >> okay. okay. >> i love how we go from professional award-winning singer to texas momma all in one swoon. >> i'm sorry. i should probably be medicated. >> no! >> we love it. we love you like you are. but you know you have to do it? you've got to get this christmas card going. >> i know. so much pressure. >> you can make it a new year's card. >> everybody is throwing out ideas but not as good as the one i have. >> "west world." >> that's one show that we -- lit really, four kids. don't have a lot of time and haven't seen it yet. everybody says i'd love it. >> don't see it. steal the theme. oh, you like "westworld." >> your kids can be killer robots. >> why not? >> they were a "game of thrones." next big thing, music. >> 2017, album coming occuut an
it's good -- to me. >> tell me the inspiration behind it. ho do you describe what you're looking for? >> a hurdle. trying to switch gears. everybody's used to pop rock kelly, which i love and love all of my music but have been wanting to make this record since i was a kid. very r&b soulful pop. >> whitney meeds. >> whitney meets, mariah meets, and contemporary version, like, vogue. >> can we get a -- >> i'm socie excited. it's going to take longer. >> get off the christmas card. 's get to the music. >> i want it to 2017. wanted to give -- found out we were a part of "hamilton." >> 2017, a fantastic year. >> it's going to be good. >> love that. >> and grammys coming out. a professional singer here. figured three-time grammy
winner, 12ti-time nominee. >> i didn't know that. 12 times? is that real? maybe it is. >> we just picked a number. >> you have sold 137 million -- i. would google it if -- >> my phone doesn't work. >> your prediction for song of the year? >> i'm going to be real with you. i don't get, i'm a mom and listen to a lot of disney. so i don't -- i'm not actually super -- i don't know everything that's out. so, like, the one thing i do is beyonce's, i was obsessed with that whole record. it be real, anytime somebody has a hard time in life and express it in your album, that's the best album. >> and from your music, little clues about life? >> no. i mean, that's what's -- i'm not writing as much as i normally do, because i'm so happy. everything is so great. nobody wants to hear that. >> sure they do! >> no, we don't. >> is that the secret to a good song? >> you want to hear, wrenching -- oh, i've been there. >> i like happy. upbeat. upbeat and happy. >> we have an upbeat one i love
and can't wait for everybody to hear. very like -- >> i'm with kelly. i need to feel it. i want to be like, yes! i've been there. >> we have nothing. yes. >> okay. i want to dance with somebody. that -- now, that's a happy. >> yes, but -- then you need the heart wrenching, "run to you." >> no, no. >> you want to call your girlfriends, have wine. >> if you took, specifically, her songs more depressing were far more -- >> i think guys -- i don't think guys want to hear depressing. i think we like upbeat. >> because it's always about y'all! >> no! >> that is so true! >> thank you. >> i want to dance with somebody's not about us? >> the bad ones are all about you. >> oh, well, there you go. >> and ain't our fault we're singing about it. it's yours. >> hey, you're the one calling your exes on the phone. >> that's the phone, my phone won't stop. >> my phone's brocken, i'm getting a new one called two exes. de delete. the guy calls, did you mean to
call me? no. my bad. >> you don't say universe. >> my phone's calling my exes while they live in texas. >> and kelly's going to sing that chord, my bad! >> okay. coming up, can you guess what the most regifted christmas present is? >> oh! >> that's right. "saturday night live" weighs in. "saturday night live" weighs in. its two cents in a hilarious your favorite things come together at the holidays, with our new flavorfilled pairings. enjoy our freshly filled pastas bursting with indulgent flavors. and perfectly paired with irresistible steak, shrimp or chicken. comfort and joy, love and laughter, happiness and cheer. served with all the salad and breadsticks you want. bring flavorfilled pairings and your family together this holiday... at olive garden.
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mine. >> "saturday night live" last night, or on saturday night, one of the greatest -- okay. was your go-to christmas gift to give people? >> a scarf. >> money. well, i employ a lot of people who would rather have the bonus. >> how beautiful you look today. did i mention? >> so "snl" on saturday night performed and ode to the greatest christmas gift and regift of all-time. >> oh. let's see. >> i myselfed it. >> missed it. >> me, too. ♪ it's christmas time again, a woman has to get a gift for some girl at work named jen ♪ doesn't know what jen likes and she doesn't super care ♪ so she goes inside her closet just to see what crap's in there ♪ in the darkness there's a light then suddenly she sees the christmas savior's here tonight knode it's a candle, light each candle, it's been sitting in
here for a year ♪ for a year she takes the candle, dusts off the candle ♪ then wraps it up for jen and just says, "here" ♪ >> yeah. we were just -- >> i don't think i've ever give an candle. >> nope. >> have you? >> oh -- >> have you -- if you send me one, straight up vanilla. don't get weird. >> really good candles but we were saying, the worst, someone gives you a candle and it's some smell you do not like and you still have to have it in case they come over. >> no, you don't. >> what do you do? >> that's not my fault. you gave me a crappy kanldal. that's your fault! that is not mine. >> wouldn't it be great to combine a candle with a fruitcake? >> i don't know anybody that does that either. i think that's an older thing. my mom said that. who gives fruitcake? >> people still do it. >> they do? >> some people like it --
>> that's a "leave it to beaver" thing. >> yeah. >> my mom, send it, loaded, takal top off and -- >> a rum cake? >> yeah. >> there's alcohol in it? >> i can't bring myself to eat it. i i don't like the physical form of it. >> it bakes out? >> oh, no. you bake it, and then you pour -- >> all right. somebody send me a fruitcake. that rum fruitcake. >> in the caribbean we call it the rum cake. >> i'll take that. >> something for her. gingerbread house. how about that? >> yes. >> pour rum on it. [ laughter ] >> actually, a giant life-sized gingerbread house at the ritz-carlton, in arizona. wait. i thought this was in studio. just a picture? >> wait a minute. you thought it was in the studio? >> you go to the place and eat in the gingerbread house? >> oh, i thought they were sending a replica. >> do you ever read the notes? >> no. >> my new go-to in life -- is, i don't -- don't let me put kelly
clarkson on you. i'm going to step back. >> i'm going to go to a gingerbread house. eat in it or just eat it? >> it's $250. >> to have lunch. >> you can -- it costs $250 and then it says, dinner's $300. >> you read that note. very nice. >> you can make dinner at home and build your own -- >> there you go. >> for $5. a gingerbread house. >> blue man come here and build you -- >> put it on our gift list. >> okay. right next to that candle. a candle burning in the window. let's check your weather. see what we've got for you, and we are looking today at a little wet weather making mts way here in the northeast. a lot of heavy rain down through the gulf coast, and there is a risk of strong storms down there today. some wet weather, snowy weather in the pacific northwest. awfully cold air making its way through the plains. teens and 20s. 20s into north new england. 80s in florida. you can see for today we are looking at more showers and thunderstorms down through the gulf. the snow moves out of northern
new england, and more snow coming into the plains and pacic northwesfit. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are lingering but we're drying out and we will get some sunshine. the steady rain overnight has ended and the mix of snow in the lehigh valley is already long gone. 49 degrees this afternoon for delaware with sunshine the lehigh valley warms into the middle 40s. should hit 51 degrees in philadelphia and a pretty nice warmup as skies clear out for the suburbs and new jersey, both locations getting closer to 50 degrees this afternoon. next round of rain, tomorrow. have a great day. huh? [ laughter ] >> what did you -- >> i said, when you do your neck of the woods, i wanted to say, did you know a fun fact? kelly and i are from the same neck of the woods. fort worth, texas. >> i am. why do i not know -- >> my mama lives in burlison. >> no? >> no one lives in --
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greatest hitsz. hits. see who can finish it first. >> zach. >> and -- >> and chris. >> and these guys have seen you in concert four times. >> what? >> drove here just to meet you. >> the last time -- wonderful. >> i think it's impossible for us to beat kelly at her own song. >> let's find out. all right. let's -- let's roll song number one. >> okay. ♪ think you left me broken >> oh! >> when are we supposed to -- >> guys? ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ >> okay! ♪ and a little taller >> wait. i -- >> hold on. hold on! okay, okay. >> finish it? that was -- ♪ broken down, thinking i'd come crawling back, because you're dead wrong ♪ that's what it is. >> it says, what doesn't kill
you makes you stronger. >> that's not the lyrics. >> that's what it says so they get the point, kelly. >> you got to wait for the point. >> what is it is, you're cheaters. >> okay. wow. second song. wait for it to finish. ♪ i'm looking for attention i don't have a question ♪ should you stay or should you go ♪ >> "walk away"! >> okay. and the rest of it is -- what's the rest of -- ♪ and if you don't have a >> oh! ah! oh! ♪ hey, hey, hey, hey [ buzzer ] >> wow. what's that -- hey, do you smell something in the studio? oh, kelly just got burned. okay. >> are you really kelly clarkson? >> okay. next -- >> you said you have to say the. it's the lyric! finish the lyric. >> i'm going to beat all y'all
out! >> i'm so happy this is a rubber mallet. >> bring up the audio a little bit. song number three -- ♪ never hear me say to be withu'll never hear me say ♪ ♪ since you've been gone i can't breathe ♪ >> i got it! [ buzzer ]eah ♪ >> we got a ringer who actually knows this. let me bring in matt lauer. >> when are you guying in concert? i'm come -- we can open up -- take us -- [ laughter ] >> anchor man down. >> quickly. one more. >> try to get one more. >> hey, listen -- >> oh, wait. yeah. ♪ some people say forever >> got to wait for it to finish. ♪ that one special kiss oh, i can't believe it's happening to me ♪ ♪ some people wait a lifetime
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♪ stand a good monday morning. i'm kate yay zachry. right with meteorologist bill henley for a look at the forecast. >> hey katy, snow in the lehigh valley mixing in with the rain and mountains out of here. 35 degrees in the lehigh valley. low 40s for delaware, the suburbs, south jersey, the shore and in philadelphia that 42 at philadelphia international. bustleton, northeast philadelphia airport up to 44 degrees. sunshine, 51 this afternoon. >> bill, thanks for that. jessica boyington it just keeps getting worse on 76. >> it's not getting bitter. schuylkill south street eastbound side massive delays, so from the blue route to the
vine street expressway 76 minutes. typically a 25-minute trip or so. an accident is still not clear. a vehicle facing the wrong way on the street, taking up the right-hand lane headed eastbound. once you get to the vine tree spr expressway 295 a 17-minute trip. the ample for the entire length of the schuylkill expressway is down into the teens. happening today the murder trial ginds fbegins for a delaw county mom own her mom. they are accused of killing 2-year-old mason hunt in february. they each face up to 82 years in prison if they're convicted on all the charges. also happening today in a couple of hours philadelphia is releasing the results of its election recount. we're going to have more information on that, coming up on nbc 10 news at 11:00 this morning. i'm katy zachry. thanks for joining us.
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light for the sauciness, dark for the color. this is going to boost you up. >> really simple. >> here's the facts. >> how simple? what people that are talented at cooking say. >> simple, doing it piece by piece. >> oh! >> here you go. a nice bag there. >> all of it? >> dump all of it in. so the ginger. chi chilli, mount it at least an hour. 15, 20 minutes. the flavors are rich and all of the flavors are going to go in. >> how delicious. >> fast and fabulous. you could use chicken thighs. you can use, like, you know, pork ribs. you could use pork tenderloins. >> all-around marinade? >> all-around and fabulous. give it a nice squish in there. >> i want to do that part. >> that's fun. >> then put that in the pan? >> exactly. this is already marinaded.
simple, pour it out like that. and then -- >> so delicious. >> really good. >> lay it out there andhe oven boil, as we say bake. bake half an hour 350 degrees and be delicious. >> under the broiler a little to crisp it up? >> to crisp up the skin at the end. come over here, guys. >> it smells so good! >> to go with it really delicious kale. kale is so good. fum of vitamin c, going give you a boost and it's in season. >> i wouldn't say it's that great -- >> okay. and -- >> be light -- >> when you combine it with that chicken. >> yes. >> but if i'm cooking with it, i don't know. >> so we get a pan or wok nice and hot and then give the oil a swirl. >> i love it. >> isn't it great? you're my kind of girl. we're going to fry some garlic, some onion, chili, a little
spice. >> a nice kick. >> yes. we're making like a green onion oil. a little bit more oil there and some salt just to season that up. >> okay. that kale, i'll eat it. >> yes. and then what you do, at the end, a nice little hit of some chicken stalk or vegetable stalk, like a sauceiverdi, put it on chicken, put it on fish. i'll add a little there. serve that with the chicken. what we're doing, we go ahead, keep a little back in the wok. we're going to add -- >> oh. >> and we're going wilt it down. >> add the kale. >> you've won me over. okay. >> what we do is to cook that down we add a little bit of water, just to create some steam. >> okay. >> and hear that sizzle? >> yeah. that's great. >> flashing, exactly what you need. so that's it. you just cook it for about a minute or two. cook down. and then, there you are. voila. so fast and fabulous. >> that iver? a
[ laughter ] >> a little over here to try. >> okay. so there it is. this is all done for you. >> wow. >> well, okay. >> how quick was that? >> ching, thank you so mu tryin >> so fantastic and, of course, all of our "today" food recipes @today.com/food. coming up, kelly will help us get into the holiday spirit with a christmas classic. you don't want to miss her performance after this message. ♪ eyes open? good. because it's here. cue the confetti. say hi to xiidra, lifitegrast ophthalmic solution. xiidra is the first prescription eye drop solution approved to treat the signs and symptoms of dry eye. so give your eye doctor a ring, and your eyes just might thank you. one drop in each eye, twice a day. the most common side effects of xiidra include eye irritation, discomfort or blurred vision when the drops are applied to the eyes,
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christmas ♪ ♪ with every christmas card i write ♪ may your days be merry and bright ♪ and may all your christmases be white ♪ >> oh, kelly, that was terrific. a little weather in your christmas song. i like it. take a look, a lot of wet weather in the week ahead starting in the gulf, wintry mix and heavier snow through the northern plains. moving into the mid-week period, the wet weather exits the
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it's a busy month for actress greta gerwig. >> plays nancy tuckerman, jackie onass onassis' best friend. >> and playing a punk artist in the 1970s. greta, nice to meet you. >> thank you. good morning. >> good morning. most considering it blessing to have one big movie coming out and you've got two this year. >> two very different ones. >> yes. and two different decades and incredibly lucky this year and both directors are great and performances, annette bening, natalie portman, doing work of their careers and i get to watch it. amazing to be around it, really. >> we were talking about annette
bening. this movie "20th century women," able to just be in her energy space and learn from her. >> i know. yes. i mean, she's incredible. so intelligent, and they both are, and bring it to their characters. like her, her sheer -- yeah, her smarts come through in every character she plays. i keep saying she should be -- in england you can become a dame? we should make that for just annette bening. >> such a sexy thing. being so intelligent. intelligent roles, it's sexy. >> yeah. >> one of the things you loved about taking on this role, not only acting, hanging out doing press? >> yeah. ooi i'm always -- she's a mom of four. done incredible work. done theater and film. i feel like she's just a person i aspire to be. i want to be that kind of actress. >> and surrounding yourself with the best, to be the best. >> yeah. exactly. >> absolutely. >> you mentioned natalie portman
in the movie "jackie" we've seen and fell -- it's absolutely brilliant. and being able to have as kelly mentioned this range if the movie with annette to this. >> yes. carrying your own. >> yeah, no. it was -- as an actress you have little control over what movies come your way. two great directors and two great parts, you think, i'm done. solid the next two years. i'm fine. >> in "jackie" you play nancy tuckerman. >> tuckerman. >> yeah. her lifelong best friend. what did you learn about their relationship to help you understand that time period in her life? >> nancy tuckerman is still alive, but i didn't get to talk to her. she's very behind-the-scenes. never wrote a book, never gave an interview. known her since she was 5. >> a friend? >> yeah. >> she wrote the press release when jackie died. that's loyalty. i hung on to, in their year
books it said, where are you most likely to be found, nancy wrote, laughing with jackie, and jackie wrote, laughing with tucki. i thought -- >> a lot of guesswork? you didn't get to meet her? >> hanging on to little pieces i felt was evocative, that was one of her and even her silence says everything. she didn't ever go to the media with any information. >> her character. >> totally. always in the back of the photos. i loved her, without knowing her. >> nancy tuckerman. >> and i have nancy tuckermans in my world. >> yeah. >> in this day and age of everyone spilling the beans. >> it's hard. >> and she has the story. >> but totally keeps it inside. >> i love that. >> it was great. in "20th century women," my character loves annette like a mother. annette's like her surrogate mother and then in "jackie," i love and worship natalie, and i feel that way about both of
these women. so i didn't have to, like -- >> i love that. >> make that up. it was just there. >> terrific. greta gerwig, thank you so much. and "20th century women" hits theaters on christmas day. "jackie" is in select theaters now and we should also mention, because we get paid for this, "jackie" was writen by noah oppenheim, happens to be executive in charge of "today." cha ching! back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc. it is true! it is ue.tr
our 23 rd annual toy drive is in full swing. earlier this morning celebrities elves were on the plaza collecting toys from our fantastic crowd. thank you so much for bringing your gifts. here to tell us about today's donation is president of shed rain. good morning. >> i brought the rain. >> and something to deal with the rain. i love this. tell us about your donation?
>> today shed rain is giving $150,000 of umbrellas for adults and children. today i brought a fun and festive umbrella. >> i love this. the trend, the clear umbrellas, low-keep obsess, high-keep obsess with this. how long have you worked with the company? >> i grew up in the company. >> whole life? >> whole life. >> open the umbrella. i told you, he has enough leverage. >> we are not superstitious people. doing this 70 years. the company is celebrating its 70th anniversary this year. >> congratulations. actually i got under the umbrella. someone just screamed, no! you know what's always sunny? the voice of kelly clarkson. >> hi, kelly. how are you? >> are you superstitious, kelly -- >> um -- yes. >> coming down to the plaza bring a toy for a child up to age 18 or donate online amazon.com/today. the website has all the details.
thank you to everyone who's already donating and thank you to those who will join in and contribute. >> we have been so much fun. thank you, kelly. >> thank you. >> second annual miracle on broadway coming up friday, december 16th? >> a bunch of artists get together and raise money. the street is on broadway. so it's "miracle on broadway" tickets on sale now. >> benefits four different nonprofit groups. >> we pick four every year. >> you have been a joy. >> i was so nervous but i feel i did all right. >> and up next, kathie lee and hoda. and your local news. you want to sing "singing in the rain"? >> we have to pay for
good morning, just a few minutes before 10:00 a.m. on your monday. let's get to first alert meteorologist with your bill henley with your look at the forecast today. >> thank you, katy zachry. we're looking at clouds still, the rain has moved out, and the clouds are starting to thin out. you can see some improvement in new jersey and the temperatures warming up, too, 44 degrees right now in philadelphia. 47 at 11:00, not a huge warmup until we get some sunshine, and then this afternoon we'll warm into the 50s.
katy? >> bill henley thank you for that. first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington is here with a check of the 76 issue, right? >> right, so watching that accident scene around south street within the last couple of minutes or so they just cleared this accident scene out of the way but the delays remain eastbound right now 77 minutes, still from the blue route to the vine street expressway, average speeds are 11 miles per hour, so into the teens for most of the length of the schuylkill expressway approaching that point. once you get past here a little bit of relief because the road opened back up on the eastbound side. back to you. we are following a developing store why i in montgomery county, classes are canceled today into the upper perkiomen school district. the superintendent posted on facebook the district received a threat. the threat is directed at the district, not the community. state police are investigating. staff is still being asked to report for work. i'm katy zachry. another update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app.
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