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this morning on "today's take," all the winners and the controversy at last night's grammy awards. plus, you won't believe who is teaming up with joe manganiello. an exclusive first look. we'll have you sweating in style with the latest fitness trend. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie
studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. february 16th, 2016. kind of a weird winter day in new york city. getting up into the mid 50s. little drizzle. hardy fans on the plaza. i'm willie alongside al, natalie and tamron. i like the morning jam, al. >> "work". >> featuring drake. >> why isn't it just rhee ian hanna and drake? >> it's her album. >> she was supposed to perform at the grammys but she had a respiratory infection. >> i was bummed lauryn hill didn't perform. >> she was supposed to perform with the weekend and she's saying it wasn't confirmed. it wasn't agreed upon. the grammys disagree with this. she's had a turbulent career. she's brilliant, but it was a bummer last night. >> last night, taylor swift was the big winner.
her latest single "out of the woods," and won album of the year for "1989," becoming the first woman to women that that category twice. her acceptance speech, one aimed directly, if not mentioned by name, at kanye west, has everyone talking. >> i want to say to all the young women out there, there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. but if you just focus on the work and you don't let those people side track you, someday when you get where you're going, you're look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there. and that will be the greatest feeling in the world. >> friendly reminder, kanye west recently said he should get credit for taylor swift's fame.
>> the song is called "famous." i love it, maybe she was talking about something else. he has not responded to this. the last tweet said, i'm in a positive space. >> i hope he is and remains that way. >> he needs help at the university level. he does. >> may be more serious. on a serious note, like we kind of chuckle him off, but he has friends who are saying now publicly that there is a mental health issue. that's what his friends are quoted as saying. >> i think he's an extremely talented young man, but i think he has problems and needs to get them addressed. >> bottom line, it was taylor's night last night. >> among others. she won it though. >> good way to shut him up when it comes to that controversy, right? >> savor the moment, nat? >> i love the tributes.
demi lovato singing. hello, is it me you're looking for for the grand finale, lionel performed "all night long." >> let's go see him. >> everybody was dancing in the aisles. people were up out of their seats, as you saw. i was like that watching at home. >> fantastic. >> when he was here, he let us do the whole conga line with him. >> where would birthdays and weddings be without lionel richie? he's the best. >> any celebration in life. lady gaga's tribute to david bowie was so perfect. it was the technological marvel, how they created the space oddity. her look was just like bowie's. the orange hair to the makeup, how she dressed. it was phenomenal. only she could do nine songs like that in 6:30 and be able to carry a tune throughout the whole thing. it was unbelievable. >> it was a nice tribute.
>> i think you could make the argument that an amazing number of people passed away. i think there was a, i was disappointed they didn't do more for natalie cole. the segment ended with a clip of her and her dad singing "unforgettable." but her twin sister -- or her sister told the new york post before last night's ceremony, she didn't think it was enough. she said it was bittersweet. family was hoping there would be an actual tribute. she had 21 grammy nominations and won 9 times. first african-american female to win best new artist. we reached out to the grammy producers for comment and didn't hear back yet. >> it was a lot of backlash. a lot of controversy about this, for sure. >> any favorites, tamron? >> you know, the highlight for me was kendrick lamar. music is supposed to not only be, i guess, the soundtrack of our lives, but it's supposed to
he had a total of five grammys, including rap album. he was just the -- the medley was incredible. he's a poet, an artist. we have a clip. everything i know, every time they hit me >> i think it was salon.com that said kendrick left the grammys in ashes. it plays into your favorite moment. there was a lot of concern that hip hop would not be represented. in a big way, your favorite moment, it came up again. >> you had it in this, hip hop and broadway, right on the stage at the grammys. the musical "hamilton," the run away, explosive hit on broadway. they performed live from their theater on stage in new york city. a beautiful performance that the world got to see what people coming to broadway have been
moments later, "hamilton" won best musical theater album. of course, rapped free style his acceptance speech. >> right hand man, the hispanic, the best idea goes in the pot. the cast, unstoppable. band is unbeatable. inspiring me to pull through. we adore you. sebastian, daddy is bringing home a grammy for you. >> only he could do that and rhyme. >> the one problem with that last night is -- >> we weren't there? >> it'll be ten years before you can see "hamilton" again. it was already hard enough. >> stephen colbert made the joke, 2020, you might be able to see it. >> my kids haven't seen the show but we have the album. they walk through the house singing all the songs.
>> george said the other day, dad, we're reliable with the ladies. i said, what? who says that? he goes, hamilton and jefferson. i said, of course, a jefferson quote. >> i knew that, thank you very much. >> great line to use as he gets older. what did i miss >> i came in the house doing that, and he went, dad, that's weak. joe manganiello teaming up with a surprise co-star. we have your first look. >> cool. >> what can i get you? >> milkshake. >> flavor? >> chocolate. >> three, two, one. >> thanks. >> broken a rule? >> no. >> ever have two women fight over you? >> have i? no. >> i think i know why you and i met. you're going to leave and take a
you have a choice to make. stick around here or live a little. >> peewee herrmann, he's not aged a day. amazing. >> how does he do that? >> i don't know. peewee's big holiday is going to be on netflix march 18th. can you believe, he's back. >> i can't believe it. >> i love this. >> when you said joe maganiello, i was expecting "magic mike xxxxxl". >> this is better. >> you saw the original peewee herrmann, the movie, "large marge." the alamo, it's one of the movies i've seen. >> classic. >> so many people got started on his show. >> guess what time it is? >> what time is it? >> 9:09. >> okay. >> also, our facebook sweepstakes time. you missed garrett's popcorn yesterday.
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way up to the eastern half of ohio. snow in buffalo and pittsburgh. we're looking at rain here in the northeast. heavy rain will be pushing in. we've got winter storm warnings, winter weather advisories. 32 million people at risk from north carolina to maine. look at the temperatures. 53 in new york. it'll be climbing up into the mid 50s. back to the west, buffalo, you stay below freezing. same in syracuse. buffalo, you'll see boston, 55 today. we will continue to see lake-effect snow. look at the rainfall amounts. anywhere from 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inch of rain. because of the frozen ground and locally, could see 2 inches of rain. it could lead to flooding. then we have lake-effect snow today. another 4 to 6 inches between buffalo and amy: good morning central florida. after severe storms early today, we are clearing things out and
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>> over the last year, she's become a popular cover girl, gracing "cosmopolitan,""cosmopolitan," "gq" and "women's health." >> now, he's on "how to get away with murder." she plays a law student getting involved with a lawyer in the practice. >> you have a boyfriend? >> wes. he's home sick and needs a copy of our outline. >> we have work. >> doesn't care about this case so why should i? cover for me with bonnie? >> you owe me. >> come up with something. we'll see what we can work out. >> all right, karla, good morning. >> good morning. >> huge star in mexico and now, this is your first big breakout role in the united states. were you nervous about making the move? >> i was terrified. i had the best life. i was being offered parts, and i was being, you know, let into any restaurant i wanted. i was just having the life. then, of course, you feel that
you, wanting to move and try it out in l.a. i moved in l.a. and i did pilot season. it's the worst thing that can ever happen to a human being. i thank shonda rhimes for taking me out of that awesome process. >> is it constant auditions? >> constant rejection, living out of your car, trying to change. going from playing a mother to suddenly, you're playing, you know, a prostitute. then you're playing, you know, a law student. second. >> what was it like when you get the yes, you're on board, and it's shonda and viola davis? >> we didn't know when i got the part that it was going to be viola davis. that was a plus afterwards. i was crying so hard in the car when my agent, manager, called and said, you booked it. i've never heard that word, you booked it. i was like, what does that mean? they're like, you got the part,
i started crying and said, give me a second. i'm not cool enough for you guys but this means a lot to me. does this mean i can stop auditioning? they're like, yes. i got home and i was crying and my mom thought something had happened to me. >> we hear so much about shonda's world. she's got all these shows and they're all so popular and so good. now that you've been on the inside of the world, why is it so special? >> yeah, i think it's -- she's really a powerhouse. she now has two more shows coming. i don't know if you know. she's got her book and just does everything. she's really also personal in her relationships. really passionate about what she does. i think it trickles down to everyone in the show. everyone just does their job with passion and with love because she does. it's kind of -- i think that is sort of part of it. >> we have a game to play with
walk us through scenarios, how you'd handle the situations. how would you get away with a speeding ticket? >> oh, i would just, you know, i was just looking at that poor boy over there. and i was just -- and i would start crying. or i would be mexican. like i'm so sorry. i'm here on vacation. please don't do this to me. they'd be like, okay. >> nice. >> very good. >> how would you get away with forgetting somebody's name? >> i would just say, you're lovely, this lovely friend of mine, such a great person. then i'd bring someone else and hear what they said to the other person and i'd be like, okay. >> karla souza, thank you so much. all the best with this. coming up next, do you remember the first concert you went to? coming off the glitz and glamour of last night's grammys, we'll
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living in the moment. >> i love the sign. >> what about you? >> i was 7. i wore something similar to this. this is me. this is a replica of the bell bottoms i still wear. it was the ohio players. fire where were my parents? i don't know but i was 7. then in college, i've never shown this picture to anyone. there's one person in the world who has seen this picture. this is me on the way to the run dmc concert. look at the nails. i don't know if they let me in the concert or not, but let's swipe back to this one. there you have it. that's our concert memories. >> the reason for going down memory lane is we have exciting news. we shared our photos but now, it is your turn. we want to see your wildest first concert style. find >> find a photo from one of your
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led that category. for tie hards die hards in new england, there is such a thing as a free lunch. people got a free lunch if they ate out in the 10 degree weather. the tables were full of bundled up customers for the challenge. not only did they get a free lunch, but the restaurant donated the money it would have made to a local rescue mission. all for a good cause. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> impressive. we're checking out facebook.com/today's take. how many of you have liked us since the beginning of today's program? more than 6,000. go to the facebook page and get a chance to win a $500 sears shopping spree. awfully nice. let's look at what we have today. some of the weather, not so nice. we have snow around the great lakes. icy mix in the mid mississippi river valley.
the eat continues out west. 89 in phoenix. 88 in l.a. could set records today. for tomorrow, we are looking at a few leftover showers around the great lakes. windy, wet weather from the pacific northwest to central california. we have sunshine returning to the eastern seaboard with mild temperatures. at amy: good morning central florida. after severe storms early today, we are clearing things out and we had a nice week ahead. >> that is your latest weather. willie? >> al, thank you very much. now to our series, hope to
over 19,000 meet, mt. kilimanjaro was africa's highest point, a tough climb for the most elite athletes. 41-year-old sean has done it 12 times, bringing a message of hope for those who need it most. >> reporter: sean has been on top of the world. he's climbed to the highest peak of every continent, completing the seven summits. but his toughest uphill battle wasn't a mountain. it was cancer. twice. at age 13 and again at age 16. >> i remember sitting on the bottom of the shower floor while my friends were having fun with their lives. i was losing my hair, 60 pounds overweight, crying my eyeballs out. it was something no one should have had to go through. >> reporter: he was given two weeks to live. >> i think what kept me going is a quote that i came up with. it's, the human body can live roughly 30 days without food. the human condition can sustain itself for roughly three days without water.
than 30 seconds without hope. hope kept me going. >> reporter: sean defied the odds and survived. that's when he started climbing. although cancer left him with use of only one lung, he became the first cancer survivor to make it to the top of mt. everest. and now, he's spreading hope with his foundation, the cancer climber association. >> we reach out to other people touched by cancer, show them the possibility of the human body and spirit. >> reporter: every year, sean grants a cancer survivor the opportunity to climb africa's mt. kilimanjaro. he helps them up every step of the way. >> taking people up kilimanjaro, i see a transformation. they get to the top and come down, and they're stronger and more confident. it gives them the tools to realize, if i can conquer that mountain, i can do anything. >> reporter: 39-year-old peter campbell had hit rock bottom. >> i was getting ready to start my first treatment for my second bout with cancer.
at that moment, i got a text message and it said, i hear you're going through a rough time. >> reporter: the message was from sean. >> i remember him saying one day, you make it through this, and i'll take you up to climb mount kil t. kilimanjaro with me. he taught me to look at my cancer as a mountain. my mountain being remission. >> reporter: sean kept his promise to peter. in july, with cancer behind them, they trekked, side by side, 19,000 feet, to the top of mt. kilimanjaro. >> we got to make a phone call from the top. my wife kept my kids up. at 1:00 in the morning, i called home and told her, i'm standing at the top of the world. something i'll never forget. >> thank you! >> it made up for the two years i laid in the hospital.
knowing. but it was worth it. >> reporter: sean keeps on climbing. today, it's a different mountain. the empire state building, for the annual empire state building run up. 86 floors, more than 1500 steps, all to give those fighting cancer one message. hope. >> what an awesome story. because of the incredible things he's done, he's become a member of the elite athlete ambassadors and is a well deserved spokesman. his treks are helping those touched by cancer all over the world, as you saw there. coming up, need motivation to hit the gym? tamron is trying to find out fashionable and functional know how you earn the title ... world's best mom? by starting each day with a perfectly balanced mug of... i've got this.pmom! to be on top of your mom game...vnailed it! thanks so much. you need a balanced coffee you can drink throughout the day. good girl. mccaf\ coffees brew a smooth blend.
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game. melissa garcia is back to explain it all. good to sew you e you. >> good to see you, too. >> i was talking to savannah and the said she said, when you have workout clothes on you like, it's motivating. >> once they're on, you're ready to go to the gym. >> bright colors. >> yes. >> there are these online subscription services. you get your fitness fix with that. i've heard a lot about them and wanted to subscribe but i wasn't sure. what's the teal deal? in. this is fytso.com. you send out a profile and they send you a complete outfit, which is cool. whole thing. it comes to $50 a piece. keep what you want and what you don't, send it back and you're not charged for it. >> hidden fees? >> no membership, no sign-up fee. go on when you want a box and
or ask them to send you a month thi month monthly box. you can order it when you want and there's different brands. >> not just one brand. >> nike and adidas. >> we are obsessed over leggings. i said i was going to stop wearing the plain black ones because they don't motivate. >> these are mote ivate ing leggings. this is from yogaletics. they go from extra small to a 6x. >> love it. >> they embrace all body shapes. i love how they have the high panel. >> this is what i have on? >> it is. >> i love it. >> so comfortable. another great thing, a lot of women in larger sizes, they feel when there is a color, the fabric stretches and you lose the color. that doesn't happen.
maria is wearing an outfit from fabletics, co-founded by kate hudson. >> this is adore able dorable. they're trying to make pieces that transition from the gym to your every day life. they're basics and good gym pieces, as well. it's fun in the back. it has the cutout that's cute. you can feel like you can go to the gym and do your errands and you don't have to change. >> the fabletics, around $49.95 for the vip membership? >> you sign up. there's no charges to sign up but you have a monthly fee. you get two pieces per month. if you want to skip the month, you have to make sure you tell them you want to skip it. >> read all the fine print to see what you're signing up for. >> exactly. >> you look great in that. i love the top. next up, what is she wearing? >> old navy. i feel like they're stepping up their game. it's a cool pant.
with prices. the whole outfit is only $74. >> you don't have to workout. this is all about fashion. >> we gave a pop of color underneath. >> these pants look like kendall jenner. she's always in the cutest workout pants. >> only $22.94. >> okay. >> get them. >> real quick, we have erica. come on in. >> erica is wearing an outfit from kohl's, which is another really affordable -- >> love this. >> again, it's fun to get away from the black leggings. if you want to try something different, this is a great way to do it and not spend a ton of money. the pants are only $26. >> wow. >> you can do it and not feel committed to it. if you don't love it, won't feel like you spent a ton of money. this is a motivator. >> you look so cute. >> how do you clean these? >> the safest way is probably to put it on tumble dry low or let it air dry. >> love these looks.
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and abbi jacobson, in "broad city," play two broke friends who try to make it in the city. >> they try to make a quick buck by renting out their apartment for the night. >> guests are staying until 11:00 a.m. tomorrow. all we have to do is stay out until 11:00. >> we live in the city that never sleeps. >> exactly. >> what if we go to the bar where we got mono? >> i love that place. >> watch the sunrise, romantic breakfast at the diner. >> i love that diner. >> okay. >> ilana and abbie, , thank you for being here. >> what's it like, to have the job security already going in? >> feels good. >> it's so good. >> you don't have to rent your apartment out then, i guess, for the night? >> exactly.
since the upright citizens brigade days, almost ten years ago now, something like that? >> it's really -- yeah. improv team starting in, like, 2008. >> yeah. >> how cool is it to be able to rise up from there with your buddy at your side the whole >> it's unreal. it's amazing. it's very new york, i think. >> what do you mean? here. you know, it's kind of for the taking, i feel, new york is. i feel like that's kind of what our attitude has been. >> it can't hurt you have amy poehler as your -- >> doesn't hurt. >> she's been this amazing support system. someone that we're often like, what would amy do in this situation? >> she has a bird's eye view that we couldn't have had from the beginning. she just had such great insight. >> you guys asked us in the break, do we still get nervous, and we said yes.
the show, becoming more and more famous. any nervous jitters? >> i think it's very helpful to have each other. >> yeah. >> as you start introducing us, i was like, oh. we're here. >> constant, yeah. >> art imitating life. abbi, one of your first jobs i read, you were hired to work at an equinox, handing out workout flyers? >> the one at grand central. >> there's an episode based on that, right? >> my character, abbi -- >> yes, familiar. >> -- similar name. similar spelling and name. >> abbi or abbi? >> depending on the situation, it goes up or down. yeah, my character works at a
>> and you have great guests on the show. >> what an honor to have that kind of icon on our show. >> how did that come together? >> we wrote this episode -- i'm not going to spoil what it is -- and it didn't need to have her, but she was sort of like mentioned. then we went out to her, like you know, you have to try. she was in -- it was very bizarre and an amazing day for the show, for us, for our crew. >> she was incredible. it was amazing, to be able to watch that in person. >> this season, we'll see it? >> yeah. >> ilana glazer and abbi jacobson, congrats on the success.
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