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3rd, 2016. jenna bush hager filling in for kathie lee gifford. that is "you" by troye sivan. he's going to be with us a little later. he had a nice crowd outside. he's under this artist banner of an artist you need to know. and he's going to perform live for us. he's a huge youtube star, by the way. >> i can't wait. also ambush makeover thursday. and our glam squad hit the plaza and found two retired teachers, i love that, who wanted fresh new looks for the spring. we'll see how they look later on. >> and then alex is in the kitchen. >> oh, yes! >> actress laura prepon from "orange is the new black" and "that '70s show." >> you're cooking for us? >> oh, yeah. i've got something really special for you guys. i can't wait. >> multitalented. we didn't know. >> i try, i try. >> actress, chef. you can do it all. >> thank you. >> we'll talk about that in a bit. we have just a big congratulations to a guy who is a friend of our show's and is so much fun.
republic -- the republic records group that reps ariana grande, weeknd, everybody. anyway, we had a little din-din for him to celebrate his presidency. he's the guy i'm strangling. that's charlie. that's hailee steinfeld next to him and elvis and rosanna. congrats to you, charlie. >> i know you had a fun night. she walked in and thought -- >> i know. >> i shouldn't have done it. >> someone said a skinny margarita -- rosanna said this. it's tequila with just lime on the rocks. >> yes. >> and when you sip them, they're tasty and delicious, and you're not -- >> i actually -- i think that tequila with soda -- this sounds like a booze -- tequila, soda, lime, just a little bit, moderation. do you moderate? >> i moderate and also -- >> tell the truth. >> i like to get there. that's my thing. like, i don't have time to be lingering over wine, okay? i like to arrive. >> except for at 10:00 in the morning. 10:00 in the morning, you can linger.
speaking of good tequila, george clooney. >> i love this tequila. there was also some big news yesterday. he sat down with the bbc and revealed he plans to quit film acting very soon. >> this was shocking to us. we were like why on earth -- >> he's the biggest star in the world. >> right. ever quit. this is what he says the reason is. he says he doesn't want to age on screen. he says the camera can be unforgiving, and most film-goers don't want to see an actor get older. when we first heard just those two comments, we were both shocked. clooney seems like one of those guys who doesn't care about aging. he just seems like, you know, he'll just go with the aging process. i was surprised. he talked to the bbc and that's what he said. >> i'm surprised. do you ever -- when you think of sort of the way you look -- because it has to do with appearances, obviously. >> yeah. >> do you ever care? >> i don't. >> tell the truth. >> i know you don't. you know i don't. we don't. >> and when we say tell the truth, it's because we really don't. i think sometimes we should a little more.
someone say your spanx are out. how many tweets have i read that said what is wrong with you? and still day after day -- >> how many times has joanne said close your legs because i'm sitting -- yeah. i think there's a sense of doing what you love and not worrying about the repercussions of the way you look. >> i think -- i think some people aren't that self-aware. like, i don't -- i'm not paying attention to -- i don't feel like i'm paying attention to me while we're sitting here. i think some people, they're conscious of how they sit. >> how they look. >> he also says this. he said he's trying to pick up films that work best for him but as he gets older he thinks there are fewer parts available. >> i think that may be true. but that's sort of talking about ageism in life and in work period. you kind of want to fight and keep acting so that there are better parts. >> he says he likes directing, that's his great love. he'll be doing more of that. anyway -- >> he's only 54. and by the way -- >> wait, he's quitting now at 54? >> he's 54. and by the way, he's hot! >> hot. >> if we had a picture of him
encourage him to -- >> yes. and by the way, he's like quintessential hollywood. like there are very few people you look at and think that's hollywood like class and glamour and all those things. >> one of the things they talk about that he could do is become a politician. because he's really political, and the only thing i have to say about that is that's a job that will age you. you know what i mean? if he goes into that he's going to look old. >> in front of everybody. >> old! >> in front of all of us. >> really old. >> very old. we know his film "hail, caesar!" didn't do so well. we don't want to put salt in the wounds. >> and talking about a picture with a with his shirt off. >> if you like orlando bloom, and some do -- >> do you? >> i like him, yeah. >> some do, it sort of sound like -- >> like everybody. some do, some don't. anyway, katy perry and orlando bloom. here they are. they're a couple. >> we don't want to see that. that's a waste of our time.
hello, orlando. >> orlando looks like he's sucking it in a little. >> no. >> yes, he does. does he -- >> yes, he is. he knows there is a camera. >> you know when you have to walk up a hill and squeeze your butt cheeks to get the extra workout? >> no, no, no. >> squeeze it all in. >> self-aware. remember we're talking about self-aware? he's tucking it in and walking. >> listen, if that's what he looks like when he sucks in, i'm okay with that. >> i know. we all do that. >> they're dating. >> it's confirmed according to e! that they're a couple. i think they're kind of a cool match. i don't know. katy perry, we saw her with what's his name, who i like, that crazy -- >> russell brand. >> yeah. >> more about personality than looks. >> i think she's unique and interesting. i think they're a good match. >> i like her. i love when we're talking about people we don't know at all. we're like good match. >> here's what we think. >> we think they're a good match. never met them, but i'm sure they're fab. >> tina fey was at the oscars, okay? and you know how when you're watching the oscars we talked
and some people were trying to figure out why they were low. some people said because there was that white-only thing at the oscars. some people said because nobody knew what the movies were. some people said it was because there wasn't a lot of star power -- >> and some people like my husband said because it got really boring in the middle. i was like, honey, are you still watching? and there was just snoring. >> this is what tina fey said she thinks the problem was. she thinks that in oscar acceptance speeches people are trying to send a message. she talked to howard stern and basically said that halfway through the oscars she, quote -- this is some real hollywood [ bleep ]. guys, pick a lane. you're all rich. why are you yelling about corporate greed and some of the other things that people -- >> i actually love this. because i do think that the people watching at home who have like two little kids and crap all over their house -- >> and trying to make ends meet kind of thing. >> trying to make ends meet. i'm not saying that's me, but we're in our pajamas and crap spilled down the front of it. and meanwhile they look so beautiful. and it's like these out of
know, you're like what does this have to do with the fact that you're a good actor? >> sometimes you want to be entertained. i think sometimes you just want to be entertained. and i know they see it as a big platform, you have so many kazillions of viewers and you have so much time and i'll say it now. >> i think that does make a difference in some ways. but i think when it becomes too much, she was saying all these mixed messages. right? >> i totally agree. we have to do i-hoda. i'm in the mood for some music. i've been dreaming about this song for the last three days. >> she really has talked about it a lot. >> okay. this is a song -- it's called "sax." like playing the sax. and it's by some -- a girl named flor east. i loved "uptown funk" in the beginning. this one feels like that kind of song. >> are you calling this this is going to be the next -- >> it's going to be hot. it's hard to learn all the words. i don't know them. but just remember "play that sax" is all you have to -- okay, go.
can you play that sax can you play that >> no, here it comes. here comes the good part. about to blow my mind >> i never heard of this. >> it's new. brand new. it's hot. get ready. get ready. >> here it comes. this is the part we're all going to be able to do together. here we go. but if you wanna hear me sing you better play that sax >> i like it! >> not as good as "uptown funk" but i like it. >> can you picture the dance? >> are we making it up? we're going the wrong way.
no? >> it's called "sax" by fleur east. >> where did you hear it? >> i heard it from a friend who dropped me that track. i like saying stuff like that. and by the way, there's another one that you're going to like too. coming up. >> when are we playing that one, next week? >> coming up. it's going to be good. by the way, you can listen to us on sirius xm channel 108. >> hoda is there every monday and wednesday. she's so fun. >> we do have fun. >> and she has a lot of listeners, i'm telling you. >> two moms left their sunny states behind for the frigid big apple hoping to get ambushed. >> they're right outside the door waiting to reveal their gorgeous makeovers right after this. >> okay. a teacher, a scientist, or maybe a dancer. but learning is hard when you're hungry. that's why for years kellogg's has helped provide millions of breakfasts to kids who start school without it.
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it is thirsty thursday, which means it's time to transform two lucky ladies into super hotties with ambush makeovers. >> our glam team scoured the plaza bright and early for two fans who wanted to get a brand new look. >> making it happen, celebrity hairstylist to the stars, everybody now. louis licari, la, la, la, la, la >> thank you so much, everyone. >> and jill martin, e! contributing correspondent, zanna roberts rossi. >> before we get to our ladies, you merged your famous hair salon. >> i sure did. >> with the cutler salon to create something called licari cutler salon! >> and wait until you see the talent. it is so exciting. the energy level is over the
it's never been better. and i only see the sky is the limit. >> good! >> same location, louis? >> same location, yeah. >> congratulations. all right, kids. how was it? you guys were out there on the plaza. a lot of hats and a lot of coats. >> oh, my god, yes. and with zanna -- >> zanna. >> zanna. >> uh-huh. >> that's my upstate new york accent. that's what that is. it was so much fun. because, you know, we just picked these two ladies that were just so excited to be ambush makeovers. >> the first lady is jewel wilson, 66 years old from tempe, arizona. jewel is a retired teacher for the visually impaired. she is here on a girls' trip. it's her daughter megan's first time to new york. her usual style's pretty casual. she sticks to jeans and t-shirts. let's take a listen to her story. >> jewel, what do you most want out of this makeover? >> i would like skin products to help with the wrinkles and the old age spots. >> and your daughter is here, as well.
>> i just want her to feel beautiful and amazing and get a little fancy. >> and best friend. >> best friend of 50 years. i just want her to be happy. >> aw. i love this. we're going to have so much fun. are you ready? >> yes, i'm ready. >> don't you love it? we've got right here -- we see megan and we see best friend gail. >> don't look. keep it on. keep your blindfolds on. i'll let you know when to take it off, okay? here is jewel wilson before. all right, jewel, let's see the new you! [ applause ] >> all right, guys, are you ready to take off your blindfolds? take off your blindfolds, kids. >> oh, my god. what? >> jewel -- >> who is it? >> it's time. >> turn around. are you ready? spin right around. here's your mirror. >> oh, my god! >> what do you think? >> you look -- >> awesome! >> we want you to look right
okay. look what's happening. louis, talk hair. >> okay. first of all, that's the power of hair color. takes less than 30 minutes. it's a single process. there's not one highlight. it's her own natural light hair. a bit blonder, which is fantastic. she can keep this up herself at home. of course arsene gave her this great haircut which is appropriate for the fine hair texture. >> good job, arsene. hey, kids, what do you guys think? >> beautiful. >> spectacular. >> you look so fancy. >> what are you wearing? >> the power of the dress, as well. this transformed you. obviously a beautiful royal blue. the tulip shape is great on any figure. and the belt here really cinches you in at the right places so it draws attention. >> who makes that dress? >> this is -- la, la, la -- oh, yeah. check it out. >> i'm so sorry. >> i'm just drawn to it. >> new bisciotti. >> we love these dresses.
>> big round of applause. >> i'm so excited. the next person is ellen menenda. let's see her story. she's also a retired teacher. okay. she spends time playing tennis and golf. so she's mostly in athletic clothes. she's a mom of four and has eight grandkids. i love this. let's listen to her. >> what do you most want out of the makeover today? >> i've watched this for years and just am so excited to be selected. i'm going to be beautiful tonight with my son and his husband. and my friends. and i would like to be beautiful for the show. >> well, you already are. but we're going to help you a little bit more. and best friend? >> i would just like to see her glamorous. she's healthy, athletic, but a little glam. >> all right. so we're going to go for glam. big-time glam. great. >> oh, my gosh. okay. she's also, by the way, a retired teacher. she's from englewood, florida, she's 63. she's here with her best friend gail and her son, wade.
>> very! >> keep your blindfolds on. come on out, ellen! >> oh! ellen, you look amazing. okay, guys. take off your blindfolds. >> oh, my god! >> what do you guys think? >> i love it. >> turn around! >> soak it in. >> soak it in. >> oh, my goodness. >> we might need some kleenex. >> gail, do you need a kleenex? >> you need one too. okay, dana needs one too. what do you think? >> that's a 10. >> i don't know who that is. >> let's look at the before and after. tell us what you did here, louis. the hair looks fab. >> first of all, you're not a jock anymore. you've got that great body, but let me tell you.
you're very glamorous. arsene who did your haircut. said she looks like an actress. you really do. >> a movie star! >> a movie star. >> zanna! >> great haircut, and of course, just made the haircut a little deeper. and, yeah. >> i love the idea of this vest dress. it's casual, it still works with your lifestyle. you're very athletic, you've got an amazing body, we needed to show that off. i love the addition of jewels. you can take this piece and wear it even with pants and a t-shirt. >> guys, we have to ask, are you going out on the town tonight? >> we are! >> we're going to see "beautiful." >> oh, "beautiful." and you look beautiful. >> let's bring jewel out. yes. big round of applause for both of them. >> amazing. >> good job, kids. >> you look so fab! give yourself a makeover with some must-have beauty products. >> bobbie's buzz right after this! good job, guys! degree gave women a motion-activated wristband to understand how much they move,... and created degree
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it is time for "bobbie's xwuz" when "today" style editor bobbie thomas brings us her latest and greatest beauty finds. >> and make life easier, especially when you're on the go. which is all of us. >> and all of the time. what do you have first? >> one of the first things i want to talk about is one of the hottest and healthiest new things. this is from pantene called air spray. it's the first aerosol hairspray without alcohol. >> what? >> usually an alcohol-free hairspray had to be the pump. but they have technology that has now come out and this is the first version that this has the aerosol spray but it's healthier for your hair. no alcohol. >> and doesn't make it so
>> you can brush this out. so this is a really great find. >> okay. >> another really cool find that will make life easier, especially come spring when you use waterproof mascaras, et cetera. too faced has come out with something called mascara melt off. this is an oil in a wand that you weave the cleansing oil through your lashes and it will break up and dissolve the mascara. it's mascara to take off your mascara. >> eye makeup remover. >> yes. that's what that is. and next we have a really smart idea from vera mona. the female that came up with this was so smart. this is a switch color switch. so when you are switching between colored eye shadows, just wipe the brush -- >> by the way, i never switch, do you? >> i just mush it up. >> you should. >> then you'll look like bobbie. >> then when you switch to a new color and you want to go back and forth you wipe it on the dry sponge and the brush is clean. and in the middle you can use water. and last but not least this is so cool from smudge fix. there's a mirror so you can see
eyeliner's drooped. clean it with the concealer. but look underneath. inside, there are these little wet aloe vera wipes that are so genius hidden in there. everything's online. >> coming up -- b.t., we love you. we're going to share the five habits of highly persuasive people so you can get what you want. >> we can't wait after laura
it is a thirsty thursday. jenna bush hager in for kathie lee. and if you've ever wanted to know how some people always get what they want, you have come to the right place. >> yes. because hoda knows how to get what she wants. >> sometimes. >> there's no reason it can't be you. we brought in some experts to teach us the top five habits of highly persuasive people. >> catherine dill is a reporter at "forbes" which recently examined this topic. and -- yeah, go ahead. >> andy michaels is a clinical psychologist. hi, guys. >> hi. >> before we get to the
what did you learn about people who are highly persuasive? >> well, they're confident. and they're confident about what they believe. and they want to bring other people over to their side. >> all right. so they've got -- some people have that certain thing. different habits. the first is you say you've got to know who you're talking to. what does that mean? >> absolutely. this is going to be really important when you're outside the office, you're at a client meeting or industry event. but it's also important for your team. get to know people's talents and motivations. it's going to make it that much easier for you to persuade them to what you think. >> and you say you can do some of this research before but you can also read people. right? >> absolutely. you can read body language. but getting to know what someone's like beforehand is also a sign of respect in a lot of cultures. so it's a good way to sort of know who you're negotiating with. >> right. because people from different cultures, backgrounds, people. yeah. you're right. >> we like this one a lot. we like this one. because we're not at all like this. >> don't be pushy. >> i get it. >> when someone is pushy with me, i actually push back even if i want the thing they are trying
>> exactly. and then it's just kind of a mess, this back and forth. this one's a real delicate balance. you want to be bold but not aggressive. you want to be subtle but not a door mat. and what i think here is this is one where an in-person interaction is really going to be your best bet. don't e-mail, don't call. if you have the opportunity, walk across the office and talk to somebody. make sure you get that face to face. >> and i also like that you say, ben, be genuine. if you're authentic, that's what's most important. >> of course. and most people can spot a phony a mile away. and you really want to be interacting with people that are genuine. and that's the way most exchanges happen. so that's a good way to be assertive, but not aggressive with people that are genuine. >> that may be my favorite point. you can follow these tips, but quite frankly, if you're not being who you are, if you're trying to remember things, people can sniff it out. >> totally. >> body language is very important. because if you're standing like -- if we were standing like this right now with you, you would know that we're not open to you, right? >> so we go like this. >> we're open.
close your legs. >> different segment. different segment. >> but what do you guys -- what's some good body language to use? >> this is all great advice for a meeting. where you want to be confident when you're talking but you also want to be focused when you're listening. so you're making eye contact. your body language is open. though your legs are closed. >> depends what kind of meeting. just kidding. >> okay. >> thing you naturally do with people you like. your family, your friends. the same rules apply. when you're open, when you're happy, when you're smiling, all interactions go much more smoothly. >> and don't try to remember the right body language. that also looks robotic. we have seen politicians who try to use the right hands to communicate. and it doesn't work. >> no. >> this is good. you have to acknowledge that there is another point of view. this is really important. >> i hear what you're saying. >> yeah, absolutely. you're not always going to be right. and that's okay, because nobody is. but if you can demonstrate that you can take that insight from somebody else on your team, use it to form your own viewpoint, it's only going to build their trust further for the next conversation. >> how do you it, ben?
you're saying with x, y and z, however -- and then go on with your thing? >> exactly. it is an exchange. and if you are present and you are listening to the other person and understanding their point of view, you're going to be able to give them what they want and they're going to want to give you what you want. >> all right. >> i think that's really important with parenting too. >> okay. finally, be clear and concise. don't go on too long? >> don't babble on like we're doing now. keep it short and sweet? >> yes. you're always going to be the most persuasive about things that you're the most passionate about. so this is your time to shine. show that you can really speak in detail but also that you can prove that something's interesting in one sentence. >> we're going to try to quickly -- we lost the time? >> we don't have time. we were going to try to sell you on some water -- >> let me try quickly. >> 30 seconds. >> i've got water, you've got wine. >> raise your hand if you're thirsty. okay, good. raise your hand if you like wine. >> who wants to be hydrated? who wants to be hydrated? you know what -- it's 10:00 in the morning. it makes you feel good in the long run. you know what makes you feel good --
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black." >> i love that. but even as a successful actress laura says she spent more than a decade at war with her body until she met nutritionist and well-being coach elizabeth troy. >> together they teamed up and share their diet and lifestyles in this brand new book called "the stash plan." >> we love this. >> did you have body image issues or were you just always kind of battling with weight and things? >> honestly, i feel like it's kind of a necessary evil. i do what i love. i would not change it for the world. but one of the things is, there is this pressure to look a certain way. and i had all of these body ailments from a really young age and i had really horrible food sensitivity ies sensitivities. anytime i ate something it would have a complete adverse reaction on me. but nobody could figure out what was wrong with me. and i went on a 12-year-long journey trying to figure out what is wrong with me. because nobody could figure it out. >> you also say you've had to prepare. actresses have to prepare for films where you find out two days before you have to be naked
>> oh, yeah. >> i booked "orange is the new black" with 14 hours' notice. >> which is so good, by the way. >> thank you. and the the first scene, actually, that taylor and i had to do together was a shower scene where i was naked. >> oh! >> this is the pg shower scene. >> we will show the other one. were you self-conscious? >> when i knew my first scene is the shower scene, i literally was like -- i don't think i ate for maybe 48 hours. and i was so stressed out. i was like oh, my god. because, you know, the show was so incredible. and i just wanted to do a really good job. i wanted to, you know, really represent myself in a great way. and i was like, oh, my god. >> it's hard. >> it's part of what we do. >> you have a lot of talent that comes from your mom. but you're going to show us how to make this coconut chicken -- >> almond. yes. okay. so one of the things is because i learned everything from my mother and she is a gourmet chef, she was always like everything from scratch. but the i think is, i work really long hours. the whole point is to have two
so it's super easy. >> you're making -- >> coconut flakes. >> she's making her own coconut milk. >> you're basically going to put coconut flakes in there with some water. >> hot water? >> in a blender. hot water, warm. not cold water. pulse it a couple times if you want to it turn it on -- >> it's plugged in. >> it is? >> well, lucky for us it's already -- oh, wow. >> all right. >> we did it. >> pulse it a couple times. >> and look how balanced that is. >> i know. and put it in here. this is super easy. put in some cheese cloths and squeeze it out, right? and i do the same thing with my almond milk. when i make my own almond milk. >> hoda, you should make that. >> you can use this to make pina coladas. >> now we're in. thank you for that, laura. >> you're welcome. so with this coconut milk what you're going to do is take the chicken and put it in coconut milk. >> got about a minute. >> you can marinate for an hour -- >> please.
>> it's okay. it's all good. the whole point of these recipes is we can do stuff like that and it's fine. so then you can do this for -- soak it for an hour, overnight. this is some almond flour. so this is what we're going to do next. >> can you get almond flour at your local grocery store? >> absolutely. because also so many people have sensitivities to gluten nowadays because of everything that's happening with our food. we're going to put everything in there, all the spices, salt, pepper. cumin, cayenne. >> cayenne's good for you too. >> garlic powder. stir that all up. >> and that becomes the coating. >> so you have your marinated chicken. so what we're going to do is you'll stir all this up. >> yeah. we've got about 30. >> then put the chicken on here. >> one of the things you say which i think is good. >> cut and eat? >> yeah. >> one of the things you say is you can make this food and -- >> freeze. >> store it and stash it. >> right. the whole point is, the book is supposed to make your life easier. so twice a week in two short cooking sessions you make all your food, put it in the fridge
set i make all my meals. >> can i tell you something? this chicken is fantastic. >> isn't it great? always organic, hormone free chicken. >> you say people starve themselves but this is a real meal. this is not a diet. >> absolutely. it's a total lifestyle plan. and if you're eating the right kinds of food, your body should be able to assimilate the nutrients and burn it. >> what's the heat? >> cayenne. >> it's so good. >> if you want the recipe go to today.com/food. >> raise your cool factor when you meet international singing star troye sivan.
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he's only 20 years old. >> he's dwolt got a tremendous following on social media, especially youtube where his channel has more than 4 million subscribers and also has been viewed more than 230 million times. >> his debut album is getting raves, called "blue moon." >> i'm excited to be here. >> we're excited you're here. does it excite you to think you have all these kazillion views on youtube? >> to be honest, when i started youtube it was 2007 and youtube was a new website so i felt i was throwing this video into space, thinking no one would ever see it. and obviously -- >> troye, we have your dad here. >> yeah. >> he's right there! >> hi, honey. >> he's been watching you. what's it like having the support of your parents? >> it's so important to me. i think it's like probably like the most critical thing that i have in my life. it's just like -- like obviously all of this is absolutely insane but at the same time i know that if it was to all fall through tomorrow i could go home and my parents would be there. >> what are you going to sing for us, troye? >> i'm going to sing my song
>> can't wait, troye. wild wild hey trying hard not to fall on the way home you were trying to wear me down down kissing up on fences and up on walls on the way home i guess it's all working out now cause there's still too long to the weekend too long till i drown in your hands too long since i've been a fool oh leave this blue neighborhood never knew loving could hurt this good oh and it drives me wild cause when you look like that i've never really wanted to be so bad oh it drives me wild
you're driving me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild white noise in the mind won't calm down you're all i think about running on the music and night highs but when the light's out it's me and you now now cause there's still too long to the weekend too long till i drown in your hands too long since i've been a fool oh yeah, yeah yeah leave this blue neighborhood never knew loving could hurt this good oh
cause when you look like that i've never, ever wanted to be so bad oh it drives me wild drives me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild you make my heart shake bend and break but i can't turn away and it's driving me wild you're driving me wild leave this blue neighborhood never knew loving could hurt this good oh and it drives me wild cause when you look like that i've never, ever wanted to be so bad oh
you're driving me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild you're driving me wild wild wild you drive me wild >> yeah! >> whoo! >> oh, so good, troye! >> thanks. >> troye! >> so good. >> troye! >> what's on the back of your jacket? >> oh, yeah. >> what is that? >> it's a dinosaur. >> we'll be back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. that was awesome!
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