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erica runs on dunkin'. ?? ?? his 6-year-old sister was murdered so why is he smiling? tonight, dr. phil tells us what's the deal with jonbenet's brother. >> he's not autistic. he's not weird. >> america's fascination with the killing hitting a fever pitch. >> hi, e.t. >> our exclusive on the set of the new what's taking on the tragic role too much for this child actress? plus, ashton kutcher's sexy modeling past. revealing his secrets to becoming big-time famous from smalltown roots. >> we're doing well right off the bat. one of the coolest emmy nominees makes us sweaa. we work out with tracee ellis ross. >> you want to see a little pop. and why this 12-year-old singing champ is drawing comparisons to taylor swift.
my gosh! new for september 15, 2016, this is "entertainment tonight". it has been a ratings bonanza this week for dr. phil as millions have tuned in for his exclusive interview with jonbenet's brother burke. >> the fascination has to do with burke's mannerisms and his expression when talking about his sister's death is not what people expect and dr. phil gave us answers today. >> hey, we can't find your sister. what do you think happened? she's dead. >> many of you have commented on this is anxiety. he's socially uncomfortable. >> at some point you have to move on. >> he's not autistic. he's not weird. he's not creepy. he's just nervous. >> dr. phil's very protective of burke who is coming under fire for his smile, his fidgeting and his nervous laugh. the 29-year-old computer consultant has not been seen since the interview aired. >> he's been moved around a lot. he lived in isolation quite a
comfortable. >> i want them to focus on finding the real killer and not making up bogus theories about me and my parents. >> more airs monday on dr. phil, but right now let us introduce you to the girl picked to play jonbenet in a new tv movie. >> hi, e.t. >> 6-year-old payton lapinski got the role because of her striking resemblance of jonbenet. the model from canada beat out 20th little girls who one of eight projects focusing on the unsolved mystery, here's what we know about lifetime's movie "who killed jonbenet." they recreated five pageant scenes and only used one. as for the cast, mr. robot's michael gil plays john ramsey while julia campbell is patsy. >> want mom to put lipstick on
>> what's really interesting is peyton herself plays the dead scenes of jonbenet who was found beaten and strangled with duct tape over her mouth. producers were careful and treated those scenes like it was halloween or a game so the girl wouldn't be scared. as for how peyton's mom felt. >> it's hard. there were some parts in the movie that i saw my baby lying on the floor, and that got to me. she knows that now that the little girl did pass we talked about wearing bracelets and necklaces for the noose and stuff so she understands. >> in this case just like the o.j. simpson case still has me riveted after all of these years. >> people are desperate to know what happened to that little girl. >> "who killed jonbenet" will air in november on lifetime. the highest ratings in five years and had a record setting number of people voting and crowned 12-year-old singer grace
so what's next for the girl simon cowell called the next taylor swift? e.t. online was there -- >> the winner is -- grace vanderwaal. >> high five. she did it. >> these are tears of joy, right? >> yes, of course! >> you called it from the beginning there, howie. >> from the beginning. i'm such a good judge. >> i'm such a good judge. >> really. >> you are a shooting star. you are on yo i love you. you are so special. >> i've been watching this show for 11 years and doing it for seven. i've never been more excited. >> how does that make you feel? >> thank you. ? i don't play by the rules of the game ? >> the ukulele-playing phenom became an early agt frontrunner by writing and playing her original music. >> i think you're the next taylor swift.
>> here's my never-before-seen -- >> how will the 12-year-old spend the million dollar grand prize money? >> i want to get a treehouse, zip line, bridges, everything. >> she is so adorable. >> such a cutie. >> grace will be long past treehouse age by the time she collects that money. that million dollar prize over 40 years or she can take a $300,000 lump sum payment. take the money now, grace. take the lump sum. ryan lochte will not let anybody stop him, not even the protesters. >> just finished our second rehearsal for quick step, and i am beat. look at this. i am toast. >> ryan is all in. so ready to put monday night's
behind him and there are questions about what prompted the protest. >> the relative of the protesters was arrested in rio during the olympics. brazilian authorities posted this image of what they say is a fake i.d. of an american who was arrested for allegedly selling fake tickets. according to the report, he is the nephew and cousin of the protesters. the climate changed. >> right. >> all of a sudden americans became targets in rio. >> just four days until stopped by to watch babyface rehearse. ?? ? >> the singer, songwriter and producer tied for third last week. would you like to see more security there in the coming >> i guess there could be. i don't know if it's going to keep happening, and i think the point was made that they were trying to make them get out and move on. >> i call you mr. unbothered
i mean, look at you now, come on. have you fallen in love with dance or are you falling in love with dance? >> no, not yet. >> i've got to get it first. >> he's mildly irritating. it's just hard. >> so are you good with the tango? because you do have to have some swagger with the tango. i've got to think about it and you have to work for it. you might week. you might be stank face. >> i like that stank face. we'll go with that. >> such a good guy and a great singer, as well. dancing and singing is absolutely insane because beyonce brought it last night. she made dddger stadium look like an awards show with the a-listers pouring in and i have a queen b hangover because i was there, too.
>> also in the zone, amy schumer looking recovered from the food poisoning that put her in the hospital earlier this week. ?? ?? ?? >> also belting it out in the crowd, katy perry. ?? ?? >> katy glammed up for the feathering earrings. she watched from a private suite while chowing down on a hot dog. ?? >> a source tells me jay-z also hung out in a prief sat suite while other celebs including christina aguilera and vin diesel all got into formation. channing tatum and wife jena made it a date night. ?? ?
concert for b on this tour. her second show back on stage after the doctor told her to rest her vocal cords. she looked a little fit after killing on stage. >> i know what she had to go through with vocal rest because as much as i was screaming i'm down a couple of octaves, can you hear it? >> coming up next -- .&- >> welcome to my home. >> inside a new york housewives fi an elevator and wait until you see the expensive stuff she's hiding in there. >> i have shoes that are anywhere from 10,000 to $12,000. >> and a "full house" mom with her look alike daughter turned model. >> hi, e.t. >> when have you seen an actress ever do this?
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i don't want to be a part of the show. she does not care about my feelings at all. >> yes, she does. did you catch that drama on the final reunion show of the real housewives for new york city. sonja morgan stormed off the set. things were calmer when sonja gave us a tour of her unbelievable home in the middle of manhattan. >> hello, "e.t. >> the 4500-square foot house with five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. >> but what i like about this house is all of the outdoor space. >> living in new york and spending a lot of time since my divorce, that's been a godsend. >> sonja kept the townhouse in the divorce from her ex whose family founded j.p. morgan. you know, j.p. morgan chase. the home is worth an estimated $8 million. and the real housewives of new
who always knows where the party is. and the party, well, it's usually at her place. >> this gets the most action. i've had board meetings here, fashion meetings. i can have friends over, cocktail parties. >> the elegant feast goes down on the second floor. >> if the walls could talk. >> draped in classic french decor, the dining room leads into the mahogany kitchen. >> i have great views. >> moving on up to the third floor or should we say master suite. >> did i lock >> this is where i keep my birck ins and my good stuff. >> if you're a guest at chateau morgan, it's a five-star service. >> you can take the elevator straight up. >> what is the most lavish thing in the home? >> i have shoes worth anywhere from $10,000 to $12,000 and clips her purse on top of it. still ahead, me and
ellis ross who happens to be one of the coolest chicks in hollywood. puuting work at the gym and getting real about body issues. >> i have had an internal struggle of want feeling comfortable in my skin. >> then -- i'll tell you a little story. >> ashton kutcher on his modeling past how the smalltown boy became big-time famous and you can, too. >> candace cameron bure on the runway and why you might see her on the primetime show. >> honey! over here! picture! >> i won't be like that. i promise i won't do that. >> closed captioning provided
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natasha as she prepared to walk the catwalk. >> i prefer being here as a proud mom than just a celebrity in the front row. >> i love doing thii kind of stuff. you get to show your attitude a little bit. >> i wish i felt like she does when i was 18 years old. >> i've been practicing since i was 5 years old. i'm not even kidding you, i was in my room going up and down the carpet hallway. >> i was a shy, shy child she >> earlier in the day we were with the designer sherry hill and natasha as she tried on some outfits. >> it's time to see if these girls want to do something themselves rather than spend their mom's money. >> they've never walked in a runway show before. i'm super excited and i hope i don't trip and that's my biggest concern. >> natasha has also been busy a auditioning for this season of "the voice" which premieres this week. >> it was incredible.
looking forward to watching the show air. >> when you think fashion and models you think new york, paris, l.a. did you see many of the famous faces you see on the runway in ads are from the heartland, the middle of america and there is an agency that specializes in finding those beautiful people like ashton kutcher and carlie closs in the most unlikely places. >> when someone comes up to you and says i want to give you the world. you should be a model and come dubious. >> ashton was still in college when he heard those words. it came from this woman, mary clark, a fellow cedar rapids, iowa, native who discoveeed asston in a bar and pretty much launched his career. >> mary walked up to me and said you need to do this. so i went and entered a fresh faces contest. >> it is really powerful to see even him up on stage talking to everybody and you can't help but think it was 20 years ago and look at everything that's
>> you can say mary has a knack for finding talent especially in iowa. she and her husband run model management and they're responsible for finding the top faces. they found carlie kloss at a fashion show and voeg cover girl grace hartzel was just 14 when mary discovered her. >> she's with gigi hadid at new york fashion week and another one of their find, up and comer a >> yeezy. >> they take from where i was two years ago to the top. it's, like, it's very inspiring. >> i'll tell you a story about what makes them unbelievable and doing really well right off the bat and then i went to chicago and i was really struggling and i was, like on my last dime and to the point where i was, like,
they lent me $300. what makes iowa so special? it's a secret, but all of the best people come from the middle. there is a genuine, heartfelt difference, and they're beautiful and people are really& tall because of that corn. the secret is the corn. >> by the way, corn sales just went through the roof. >> kloss told us that the best advice for aspiring patient. it doesn't always happen overnight like it did for ashton and carlie. ?? ?? >> oh, yeah. we all know tracee ellis ross can work that body and she proved it moving just like her mother diana ross. let me tell you, i had no idea what i was in for when the emmy-nominated star "black-ish" invited me to work out with her.
keysing is. i don't wear makeup because i feel if you want to look in the mirror you have too feel a little pop. >> i was surprised to learn that like a lot of women tracee once was conflicted with body issues. i have had an internal struggle as a young girl of not feeling comfortable in my skin and i happen to be one of those people who have fought hard to love whoi am, but it's hard earned. my size large, 4 and a 10. i work out regularly. >> because you have to use your whole -- >> oh, my gosh. >> so you get all of this. >> she put me through the ringer at the tracee anderson studio and said those past body insecurities have nothing to do with having a mother who is a superstar. >> my mom was just my mom and she was just this gorgeous, glamorous woman and she nformed
if anything it gave me the desire to work out in red lipstick. >> what's the best piece of advice that she has ever given you about navigating this business. >> it's a lifetime of a mommy. >> tracee ellis ross! "black-ish." >> her emmy nomination was her first ever. >> i said this is ridiculous! >> and while trying on her emmy dress tracee became emotional. >> i am 43 years old. i have not been engaged or had a child and there aren't a lot of things in our culture that allow single people to be celebrated and there was this moment that was really beautiful. >> single? yes, but that doesn't mean she's not keeping her eyes wide open. >> today i was driving my car and there was this man walking without a shirt on and i was, like, focus the road, girl! focus the road! i was, like, oh, god? s. >> that's real honest, right?
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>> today on "tmz" -- >> just like drake, kanye's now on the attack because someone accused him of not writing his own lyrics. >> respect! ! >> cudi took to twitter and cudi said kanye and drake are not only writing their own lyrics but also not including him in their song. >> tupac. >> i wish it was still in the '90's. all over and stuff like that. >> nick cannon and chilli were in warwick. >> any wedding bells in your guys' future or what? >> he gets in the car really fast. wearing his turban. >> why is he wearing that turban? >> he said he wears it because it's part of his culture. >> but it's not like a ethnic turban. >> jason momoa. he's been really involved in protesting the dakota pipeline.