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to see how much you could save on car insurance, go to zah! (car alarm sounds) it's ok! . good morning. breaking overnight. legend lost. rock star david bowie has died. changes >> the ground breaking musician losing a private 18-month battle with cancer just days after his 69th birthday this morning a look back at the music and style that made him one of the most influential artists of his time. under fire. mexican authorities want to talk to sean penn about his secret meeting with el chapo while the notorious drug lord was on the run. could the oscar-winning actor be in trouble? and golden night.
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win big at the golden globes. >> what an incredible honor. wow, that meant a lot. >> when people go see movies, it's kind of rare. i've made a lot of movies that people just didn't go see. >> as ricky gervais skewers hollywood in his return as host. >> what an amazing talent, most of you, a few of you just married well. >> we have it all covered from the red carpet to the winners backstage. >> when do you think this will stink in? >> i don't know. i'm hoping that you'll tell me. i'm hoping that this thing came with instructions. >> and the after parties. house after this. >> yeah. >> i follow him. >> love to. >> really? >> wow. >> natalie, now i'm officially jealous, today, monday, january
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today" at the golden globes with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from los angeles. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to a special edition of "today" on this monday morning after the golden globes from los angeles. i'm savannah guthrie. we've got willie geist here. matt is on assignment heading to the white house and sitting down with the president. we'll do the show from the white house tomorrow, and i think we all thought we'd be talking about the golden globes and inside this sad news about david bowie. >> yes. so much talk last night at all these parties. the news rushed through the room that david bowie had died, and, guys, we're going down this list of songs. we don't have time to begin to list all his hits. pick your favorite. "space odyssey," "changes," rebel, rebel." >> "rebel, rebel". >> somebody who really changed the landscape of music. >> influenced a lot of the artists of today as well. >> absolutely. it's our top story this morning, the passing of apy nearing
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he succumbed to cancer days after he releasing a new album on his birthday. tributes are pouring in including here in los angeles where fans placed candles on bowie's star on the walk of fame. let's go to nbc's bill neely. he's in london. he's got this story this morning. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. david bowie dead at 69, hard to believe. the tributes being paid here in brickston where he was born, messages and flowers, the face of ziggy stardust, south london, of course, where david bowie played his first gigs in pubs and clubs, a legend now lost to the world. like so much in his life and career, the death of david bowie is surprising, shocking. his facebook page announcing he died peacefully surrounded by his family after a courageous 18-month battle with cancer.
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very sorry and sad to say it's true. this is ground control to major tom >> reporter: "space odyssey" a hit in the year of the moon landing that started bowie's ascent to stardom. "star man" and the iconic ziggy stardust album confirmed his genius above all for innovation and change. he created, sang and acted for six decades, moving across genres, pop rock, soul. fame bringing him his first number one co-written with john lennon. but then he had the world dancing. dancing in chicago >> reporter: and he could always surprise. embracing generations of side. peace on earth >> reporter: his golden years were the '70s and '80s and never stopped producing 25 albums.
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suddenly i'm 56. so i have to write from this unique perspective of somebody who never stopped being 20. >> david bowie showed creative artists how to live a career, how to make your art your life. look up here i'm in heaven >> reporter: he released his final album "black star" just last week with the single "lazarus" and a haunting image of the biblical figure who rose from the dead. david bowie will live on. >> reporter: in a body of music without equal, a hero to generations of fans. well, it's always been -- it's been said that david bowie was always changing like a chameleon. he wasn't a chameleon because a chameleon changes to blend in. david bowie never blended in. he was perhaps summed up by his song "rebel rebel."
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was a 12. i was a huge fan and like all these fans i'll miss him. savannah. >> i feel the same way, bill. thank you so much for your story. let's turn to joe lev, a contributing editor of "rolling stone" and incoming on spotify. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> first of all, was it well known that he had this struggle with cancer because i have to say the news came as such a shock to me and i think so much of us. >> yes. this was not known at all. this was a private matter and it's interesting. the album, it would have been reviewed so differently just last friday on his birthday when "black star," his latest record, was released. people would have received it so differently if they had known of his illness. clearly it's a record that faces and faces down the question of mortality, but the decision to keep all of this private allowed the art to come out, to be itself. art. i mean, it is hard to overstate his contribution to music, to
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what did david bowie do for this world? >> well, quite simply he was one of rock's first self-conscious artists. he looked at everything he did as art, the way he dressed, the sexuality. he pushed boundaries all the time, and uniquely he was an inspiration to people in the '70s, in the '80s, in the '90s constantly changes. "changes" is one of his best known songs. it's a theme song for him, that idea of shifting, of constantly being on the move and embracing all sorts of different sounds, rock 'n' roll, dance music, noise, all these things. we have david bow toe thank for that. >> well, i was going to say one measure of somebody's success and impact is how young artists and new artists have taken what he did and taken it further. are there people out there in music today or even in the last few decades who you say, oh,
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you're tpted to say everyone, but if you look at say lady gaga's first record, you look at this record where she is self-consciously mimicking david bowie's looks, his iconography, the way he dressed because she herself wanted to say right from the start i'm going to be a shape shifter. nirvana covered a david bowie song in a final performance in an mtv live performance. kanye west tweet that had david bowie was an inspiration to him and, of course works we have madonna, another artist whose career is about fame, celebrity and shape-shifting. without david bow toe blaze a trail for her, probably not. >> the in the few seconds i have left, when you talk about the new record, the song "lazarus" released on his birthday. obviously he knew the state of his health. it seemed like he was giving that to the art world as well. >> that's absolutely right. this is a unique moment.
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older and face mortality, we've seen a lot of records thinking about getting older and mortality abstractly, but in this case specifically, someone who knew the end was coming, who had for the last 18 months lived with that knowledge and decided to face it down with his art, with a record that is challenging, that's been warmly received as a david bowie record, a classic david bowie record. that is a fitting testament to an artist of this nature. >> he will be missed. joe levy. thanks so much for sharing your perfect think of morning. we thank you. >> thank you. >> bowie's longtime producer put out a statement saying this al number in fact was his farewell to the world. >> swan song. >> we'll have much more on the life of david bowie coming up a bit later. now to the reason we're hoo in los angeles for the golden globes. the biggest stars in movies and tv mingling under one roof for a big hollywood party, and natalie's rounded up the winners and the most talked about moments of the night. hey, knit. >> not surprising that ricky
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he would do, but there were some surprising upsets in the television categories while in the movies we saw a lot of hardware. >> "the revenant." >> the bear wins big. "the revenant" dominated the golden globes, winning best picture, best director and best actor for leonardo dicaprio. >> what an incredible honor. wow, that meant a lot. >> sci-fi entic "the martian" took full advantage of being labeled a comedy. >> comedy? >> topping the category for best picture and best actor. >> i've made a lot of movies that people just didn't go see. >> it was also last call for done draper with jon hamm drama. >> thank you so much. >> and one more round for sylvester stallion who took him best supporting actor for a role he created four decades ago. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend rocky balboa for being the best friend i ever had. >> lady gaga added a golden grammy.
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before i wanted to be a singer. >> as star of "american horror story: hotel:" >> one of the greatest moments in my life. >> and to programmingy henson won for ""empire"" for cookie before passing them out. >> my treat. >> and this was a night for newcomers. >> "mozart in the jungle." >> and actress brie larson that won for "room". >> and "mozart in the jungle" and mr. usa's mr. robert, tv's best comedy and drama. >> disgusting, pill-popping, sexual deviant scum. >> ricky gervais didn't hold back in his fourth go round as host. >> he's also the only person who ben affleck hasn't been unfaithful to. please welcome matt damon. >> and shared the night's most
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>> you don't need to leave your drink here. i'll put you to sleep in other ways. >> while other presenter pairs stole the show by playing. >> i'm eva longa, not ava mendez. >> and hi. i'm america ferrera, not tina rodriguez. >> yes. >> and neither one of us are rosario dawson. >> nope. >> that was such a great moment. other winners of the night, jennifer lawrence, of course, for best comedic actress in "joy" and kate winslet for her floel "steve jobs" and denzel washington honored with a lifetime achievement award, the cecil b. de mille award. >> big night for "the revenant" and "the martian" and so many people when we did the red carpet said we're rooting for sly stallion. so happy to see him get the trophy last night and a standing ovation. >> pretty awesome. >> ricky gervais not surprisingly took a shot at sean penn who was not at the globes this. comes in the wake of the stunning revelation that he secretly met with the mexican
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chapo was on the run after escaping from prison. now, mexican authorities want to encounter. nbc's jacob rascon has more on this story. jacob, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. el chapo is back inside the prison behind me, mexico's top security facility where he escaped last july but it's what happened in between his escape and recapture with actor sean penn that has everyone's attention this morning. it is proof, according to actor sean penn, of of a scoop nobody saw coming. drug kingpin joaquin "el chapo" guzman, at the time the world's most famous fugitive, answering questions for a "rolling stone" article in his first interview in decades. the reaction on social media has been swift. many finding it impossible that penn would meet el chapo, eat
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in. mexican authorities say penn's meeting might have even helped lead them to el chapo's hideout in the bloody shootout that ended with his arrest. that and the drug lord owes apparent infatuation with mexican soap opera saturday kate del castillo. in a made for hollywood plot twest del castillo who played a drug lord in a popular soap are a on sister network telemundo. >> she is one of tv's hottest >> reporter: here she is promoting her show on "today" last year. >> what do you do? what does your character do? >> i kill people all the time. >> don't interrupt me. >> reporter: she also played a drug trafficker on the showtime series "weeds." >> the i am here to correct that mistake. >> reporter: her connection to the real kingpin apparently started in 2012 when in an open letter on twitter she wrote, mr. mr. chapo, wouldn't it be cool if you started trafficking with love? you would be the hero of heros. life is a business, and the only
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don't you agree? guzman reportedly tried to send her flowers, though she never received any. while mexican authorities have said they are looking at whether sean penn faces any legal exposure in mexico, the focus of american law enforcement is getting el chapo to the united states, and they called the "rolling stone" article that el chapo allowed to screen before it was published quote, a sideshow. willie. >> jacob rascon, shank you so much. shaun henry is executive assistant director for the fbi and lisa bloom is "today's" legal analyst. good morning to you both. >> shaun, let me start with you. a lot of people saw the photograph of sean penn shaking the hand of el chapo and were outraged and wanted to know how did he get so close to the man law enforcement has not been able to find? >> that's a great question, willie. you know, when i was in the fbi we were actively looking for -- for el chapo, and i know the resources the u.s. government but into locating him. there's been questions about the
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there's been any collaboration with them, if they were xlisit with el chapo, but the resources there and the ability to try and track him down, lots of questions here. i know the u.s. authorities are very, very interested in talking to sean penn. >> yeah. and sean penn himself said he thought the dea may be tracking him as he met and pursued with el chapo. do you suspect that sean penn's meeting had any relationship to the fact that authorities finally did catch up to el chapo? >> you know, i think that's a high likelihood. u.s. authorities constantly are looking at tracing digital media, looking at telephones and the like. penn himself talked about using encryption, using burner phones in which they use them for a day or two and drop them so that they couldn't be tracked, and then there's been some comments in the media by the mexican attorney general that said in fact that was one. ways they were tracking him, so another issue for -- for penn to be concerned about at this
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>> and lisa, a lot of outrage was directed also at sean penn saying wait a minute. you met with this guy and didn't tell authorities about it. has he opened himself up to any legal action here? >> well, based on the fact that we now know absolutely not. he was acting as a journalist for a magazine. journalists are allowed to meet with people, even criminals, and they are not required to report it. what he can't do is materially help el chapo. if he gave him a dollar. if he helped him strategize, helped him escape or hide. then he would be in trouble, but i'm not seeing that right now. >> all right. and the u.s. now saying it wants to extradite el chapo to the united states. we shall see. lisa bloom, shawn henry, thank you both. >> thanks. and now to the presidential race with the iowa caucuses fast approaching. new polls show both the republican and democratic races there are tightening. nbc national correspondent peter alexander takes a look at all the political headlines this morning. peter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. full plate of politics ahead this week. you've got the president's state of the union address tomorrow, the next republican debate is
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new polls show the republican race is still up for grabs in iowa while the democrats are still duking it out in two key early states. three weeks to go, three races still up in the air. ted cruz and donald trump neck and neck in iowa. our brand new nbc news poll showing cruz's advantage just four points, within the margin of error as trump keeps up his attacks on his canadian-born rival's eligibility to be president. >> ted's going around saying this matter is settled. it's not a settled matter. >> reporter: even if trump loses in iowa, he insists he's in it for the long haul. >> there's no maybes. there's no maybes. i'm not leaving. >> you're going straight to the convention. >> going all the way. >> reporter: trump's crushing the competition in new hampshire at 30%. instead of uniting behind one establishment candidate rubio, christie, bush and kasich are splitting up 44% of the vote. with eyes on the general election, trump has a new warning for the clintons. keep calling him sexist, and he'll keep bringing up the former president's past infidelities. >> it's a threat.
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>> of course. name, yeah. she was saying he has tendencies towards, sexist and i'm saying wait a minute, she's married to an abuse sneer hillary clinton is dismissing trump's threats arguing for republicans it's a dead end. >> well, it's been fair game for some years. they can to it again if they want to. that can be their choice as to how to run in this campaign. it won't work again. >> reporter: for the moment iowa. her lead over bernie sanders is just three points, and in new hampshire next door to his home in vermont sanders is up four. and our new polls also show sanders performs better than clinton does in hypothetical general election matchups in both of those early states as well. clinton is brushing off a new number. she insists polls go up and go down and sanders argues he's the more electage democrat, best suited in his words to keep quote, some right wing extremists from winning the white house.
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thank you. a reminder, we are taking our entire show to the white house tomorrow. matt is going to sit down with the president. we'll also catch up with live with vice president joe biden. we'll show you some rooms rarely seen in public. special edition of "today" live from the white house. that's tomorrow morning. >> very cool. from the white house today. a first check. weather here in l.a. >> all right. speaking of cool, we've got a about. this frigid air coming out of canada, and, boy, it is bone-chilling. look at those temperature drops. we're talking 6 degrees below average in detroit, new york city feels like 18 degrees and feels like 18 in charlotte and here's the difference, 24 hours ago, 24 hours ago it was 26 degrees warmer in d.c., 15 degrees warmer in new york city and 17 degrees warmer in chicago, and there's another reinforcing blast of colder air coming in for today. you'll see that air making its way in from minnesota all the
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so we are going to be in the cold for another 24 hours, and then things start to moderate. we'll get to terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. c' mon let' s sit down and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? (all) no. that' s why i' m reminding people if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who' s had chickenpox? scoot over. and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere and the pain can be even worse than it looks. talk to your doctor or pharmacist. about a vaccine that can help prevent shingles. >> chris: good monday morn, everyone. sunshine and colder air in place. windy. temperatures holding steady in the lower to middle 30s as we go throughout the day. wind-chill factors down in the teens and 20s. partly cloudy and colder tonight. teens in a lot of the suburbs. low 20s in the city of boston. tomorrow late in the afternoon into the evening hours, we do expect some snow in the rain
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mix around 95 east toward the coastline with rain showers in. there slushy coating to an inch across eastern mass. 7 on 7 forecast, quiet and cold >> that's your latest weather. savannah. >> all right, al, thanks. coming up, the world's largest jackpot. powerball story worth a $1.3 billion. how much higher will it get before wednesday's big drawing? >> buy your tickets now. and the so-called diamond diva charged in connection with a string of jewelry heists across the south makes her first court appearance today. what her friends are saying
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out, but, chris, it looks like we have to prepare for wind chills out there. >> chris: yes, this time it's out of the northwest, driving down some of the temperatures. 20s and 30s now. look at the gusty winds gusting 30 to 35mph, giving us the wind-chill factor of 21 in boston. only 11 in worcester. it will continue to be the case throughout the day. the numbers will remain in the lower to middle 30s throughout the afternoon. >> christa: now your headlines. investigators are on the scene of a deadly fire that happened in gloucester. the flames breaking out early this morning on hammond street. right now the state fire marshal is headed to the scene. sparked that fire. the boston police officer shot in the leg friday is now back at hopeful officer kurt stokinger was released from boston medical center last night. police say that 27-year-old friday morning. headley is set to appear in dorchester district court a bit later on today for his arraignment. we're back in another 25 minutes with a local update. see you then. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. who do you like in this
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not sure yet. whoever gets something done. we've gone from eight billion in the hole, to two billion in the black. we've cut taxes and we're growing from a loss of three hundred fifty thousand jobs, to a gain of three hundred forty-seven thousand jobs. what do you think? kasich. kasich. kasich. that's a funny name. he brought back jobs both from china as well as mexico and i don't believe another
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about brad and angelina see our next two adorable little presenters, they are going to want to adopt them. please welcome kevin hart and ken jong. >> oh, ricky. one of the little jabs from ricky gervais made for a memorable night including al's interviews with the winners. also have the fashion hits and misses. you guys were all out partying last night. a lot more. we'll cover it all. >> we'll be up to that in just a second, but first let's take a look at today's headlines. sad news from the world of music overnight. david bowie has died. changes
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turned 69 on friday and released a new album lost an 18-month battle with cancer. the mexican government has formally started the process of extraditing drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman to the u.s. he was recaptured on friday, six months after escaping from a mexican prison. authorities there also want to speak with sean penn who met with el chapo while he was on the run for a secret interviewed published by "rolling stone." and our new poll show the presidential races in iowa are neck in neck with three weeks to go until the caucuses. ted cruz leads donald trump by four points, while hillary clinton has just a three-point lead over bernie sanders. both of those within the margin of error. >> already. now to the jackpot that everybody is talking about this morning. wednesday's powerball drawing will be worth more than $1.3 billion and, yes, that is the largest in the world. an astonishing sum if you think about it, and it probably will go up. nbc's kerry sanders has more on the story.
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>> well, good morning. that's right. nobody won on saturday's draw which is surprising since about 75% of the number combinations were covered, but it also means something else. i still got a chance at this record jackpot which, as you note, is $1.3 billion, so much money the amount doesn't even fit on the billboard. we were awestruck at 500 million, in disbelief at 900 million and now gobsmack as the powerball jackpot soars to a world record $1.3 billion. a number so large it doesn't even fit on electronic signs or billboards and this wednesday everyone who forks over $2 -- >> good luck, guys. >> gets another shot at an unheard of pay day. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> for ten weeks now people in 44 states have been lining up as the jackpot keeps rolling over. >> it's huge! >> gigantic. >> how did we get here?
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way all the time, in everything. >> reporter: wednesday's jackpot began at a mere $40 million back on november 4th. 20 drawings late we are no winner it's ballooned to more than a billion. sales this week are expected to eclipse last week's record. almost $145,000 in sales a minute. >> if i was able to hit it, i would be able to give everybody i knew $1 million apiece and it still wouldn't dent the amount of money hi left. >> reporter: last year your odds of winning the jackpot were better, 1 in 175 million, but powerball changed their rules last fall. the odds now, 1 in 292 million. that's like flipping a coin in the air and landing on heads 28 times in a row. how much is 1.3 billion? it's more money than every presidential candidate collectively spent on their campaigns last year. if you took the $806 million
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stuffed it in 20 piles under your mattress your bed would be more than 14,000 feet in the air. come wednesday night there's only one certainty. most of us will wake up from our dreams of riches. >> the winning tickets are going -- >> reporter: and still have to go to work. is it a burden if you win? >> i don't know. you know what. i'll let you know when i win. >> reporter: if you got the cash payout here and you're the sole winner and you took all of the money in $1 bills, it would weigh more than 888 tons which is more than a 747, the space shuttle, the world's largest dump truck and a herd of >> what? >> guys, that's why they insprinted the electronic transfer. >> yeah, exactly. >> that's crazy. >> love us when you give us the little facts, kerry. thanks very much. >> that's a true burden. >> i know. >> we all volunteered for the burden. >> i'll carry it. >> all right. also this morning, we're learning more about the young
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string of jewelry store jobries across the south as she heads to court for the first time. "today" national correspondent craig melvin has the late on this one. craig, good morning. >> reporter: willie, good morning to you. the woman was taken into custody just a few hours after they started widely circulating her picture. it seems several people recognized her instantly. none of them could believe she's now an accused serial bank robber. it's like the plot of an action movie. the bombshell turned accused bank robber. the fbi says this woman stronghold into jewelry stores throughout the south, flashed a handgun and tied up workers before making off with millions watches. this morning after nine months on the run, five states and at least six robberies, officials believe they have their woman, 24-year-old abigail lee kemp. before she was an outlaw in smyrna, georgia, her friends remember her as friendly and outgoing. >> she was a social butterfly, very upbeat, the life of a
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definitely was a class clown. >> reporter: stephanie god freed played basketball with kemp in high school. >> i saw her playing life as a game rather than trying to do goals or achievements, and i think that's kind what have she was doing in this situation is just having fun, playing life as a game. >> reporter: federal officials say kemp would hold up the stores in broad daylight and as you can see did little to disguise herself. before they caught her friday, they estimate she stole more than $4 million worth of jewelry. >> very cool and puts everything in a big bag and is out of there in a couple of minutes. she is a very, very bold criminal. >> reporter: fbi officials believe kemp may be part of a larger jewelry ring. a second person was arrested with kemp, but they have not identified with person or said how or if they are connected to the robberies. kemp will be appearing before a federal judge in georgia later this morning. guys. >> craig, thanks a lot. >> let's take a turn now and get a check.
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>> today's weather is brought to you by blue buffalo. you love your pets like family so feed them like family with blue. up until now with all the warm weather, the great lakes completely ice-free, and so we're going to start to see more lake-effect snow firing up. we've got winter weather advisories, lake-effect warnings and advisories stretching from england. we're going to watch this snow start to develop lake-effect snow and a little bit of a clipper. colder air moving across that warm water and then behind it a fast moving clipper will enhance the area of snow right through tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening. here's what we're looking for snowfall-wise. right into wednesday morning. look at this. some areas picking up 2 to 4 inches of snow per hour. up around hamburg and oleon and also up around oswego and watertown, upwards of two feet of snow possible. that's w >> chris: good monday morn, everyone. sunshine and colder air in place. windy.
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the lower to middle 30s as we go throughout the day. wind-chill factors down in the teens and 20s. partly cloudy and colder tonight. teens in a lot of the suburbs. low 20s in the city of boston. tomorrow late in the afternoon into the evening hours, we do expect some snow in the rain showers along. mix around 95 east toward the coastline with rain showers in. there slushy coating to an inch across eastern mass. 7 on 7 forecast, quiet a >> and that is your latest weather. >> all right. al, thank you. coming up next, much more from los angeles, including mr. roker's big night backstage. there he is hobnobbing with all the winners.
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you pay. with two ways to earn, it makes a lot of other cards seem one-sided. we are back with more of "today" at the golen globes. al, you and some of your closest friends were hanging in the wingers' room. how was it? >> it's it a great formula. first of all, make a movie or tv show, win an award and then talk to row. >> kate winslet. >> "steve jobs." >> you seemed actually shocked and stunned. >> and i still am. >> take a deep breath. >> i mean, it could not be -- >> i just won a golden globe. i won a golden globe. i know i should be more gathered for this. >> no, no, this is exciting for you. you're excited. it's nice to know that hollywood people still can be excited and thrilled. that's wonderful.
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oh, my god, the kids. i've got to go. >> okay. can you imagine holding this thing right here? >> no, and i'm holding it. no. like whatever happened from your hands to your brain is not really happening. it's very hard for me to understand what just happened to me. >> when do you think this will sink in? >> i've never been through this before so i don't know. i'm hoping that you'll tell me. i'm hoping that this thing came with instructions as to how to process it. i do go to therapy twice a week so i'm sure that that will help. >> well, this will be something that i think you'll be able to -- a positive thing to talk about in therapy. hey, hey. >> i was just explaining that i had to go and then i got over here. >> thank you, appreciate that. >> say anything, the cone of silence. >> been meaning to take this off all day. >> there you go. >> wow, that's a whole different show. you have been on this roll. are you still enjoying it? >> i love acting so much. people give me presents when i
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it's like i never looked at it that way. this is like a present, a present. ladies and gentlemen, jennifer lawrence. can we get a quick picture, jen? >> okay. you know what my parents always say. al roker for president. >> this is truly an organic movie? >> yes it is. i mean, it -- you can't say it's organic of like it thought of on the smompt we did about a month of rehearsal just for the opening sequence for god's sake. there was a lot of meticulous thought put no this movie but, yes, it's harkening back to me to a different era in making movies. >> let me tell you two things. one, can you do things with two emotions in your life. one is fear and the other one is love. we do it with love. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> sylvester stallone. >> and stolion just won. >> yes.
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>> go figure. >> wow. >> i literally was shocked. >> i must tell you watching the love and admiration that was in that room, everybody standing ovation, applause. >> i mean, it's mystifying seriously and then to be accepted by all these incredible serious artists. oh, my god. it's like come on back, welcome home. i have not been here for 40 years, 40. when i was there before it was nine tables, ten tables the whole room because i think i was like forgotten, you know what i mean. maybe you had forgotten but they remember rocky. congratulations, sly. so wonderful. the night. >> and seeing everybody, standing ovation for him. 40 years later. >> rocky. >> killing me, so good. >> we talked to him on the red carpet he said 40 years
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oscars and i had the bad spread collar on. the fashion's a little better and i'm getting the award tonight. that's great. >> felt like the right end to "rocky" for sure. coming up on "pop star" a lot more, the unexpected place that one star got her golden globes gown. >> hand more on that sad news of david bowie's death. how fellow artists and stars are honoring the music icon this morning, but, first, these messages. you totaled your brand new car. p nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. p it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay p three quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three quarters of a car? p now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement, you'd get your whole car back. p i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement, we'll replace the full value of your car. see car insurance in a whole new light.
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welcome back to a special edition of "today" in los angeles this morning, and we've got more on the surprising news overnight. a lot of people waking up to the death of music icon david bowie. tamron's got some reaction. hey, tamron. >> good morning, guys. celebrities and fans alike taking to twitter to share their condolences. last night's golden globe's host ricky gervais tweeted out i just lost a hero. rest in peace, david bowie and matt sharing this in writing, a rock legend is gone. laughs. kanye west writing david bowie was one of my most important inspirations, so fatherless, so creative. he gave us magic for a lifetime. pharrell tweeting out david bowie was a true innovate other, a true creative. may he rest in peace. uk prime minister david cameron wrote this. /grew up listening to watching the pop beanus david bowie. the master of reinvention, kept
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mesmerizing git is showing helen green's drawings. many faces of david bowie throughout his incredible career and i went to his wife imam's twitter page and see what she placed out there. 11 hours ago she said the struggle is real and so is god, and on the 8th of this month she had a happy birthday to david bowie. >> thoughts with imam and their two children, his two children
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everybody get golden. everybody get golden >> good morning, everybody. it's 8:00. nice to have you along with us. we're here in los angeles. we're up early. we've had our coffee. it's a monday morning, january 11s, 2016. feeling good, everybody? >> feeling good. >> haven't slept. >> well, party girl. >> 9:00 hour is going to be unbelievable. >> get ready for that. >> dark natalie will be out in force. matt is at the white house, going do our show there tomorrow, unprecedented access. we'll sit down with the president and vice president. that's tomorrow. >> from the red carpet to the white house, a big couple of days. >> speaking of which, you've got
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interview with harrison ford. >> oh. >> natalie's interview. both of us were there. >> natalie is the one who said she would like to make a sandwich out of them. >> she's not wrong. she's not wrong. >> i believe a to the tub was a lot going on. >> i didn't bring that up. >> lots to talk about with the golden globes, but all of us this morning have been just >> yeah. >> thinking about his contribution to music and how him. too many songs to mention and natalie has been following that this morning. >> yeah, that's right. we're going to get to that in just a movement but right now other news this morning. sean penn could be facing some questioning about his secret meeting with mexican drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman following his escape from prison. el chapo was recaptured on friday. nbc's jacob roscon is live in mexico with more on the story. jacob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. mexican authorities want to talk
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meeting in the jungle with el chapo and chapo. getting el chapo extradited to the united states is a process that will take at least six months because of legal options for the defense. this is el chapo's third time inside the prison outside of mexico city since his elaborate escape last july. the prison has been partially rebuilt inside and mexico now saying it's even more secure, and still their top maximum security facility. natalie. >> all right. jake okay rosco in next co, thank you. the iowa caucuses are just three weeks away and new polls show the democratic and tightening. our brand new nbc news poll shows ted cruz's advantage over donald trump now just four points, but in new hampshire trump has a sizable lead at 30%. as for the democrats, hillary clinton's lead over bernie sanders is just three points in
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meanwhile in, new hampshire, next door to his home of vermont, sanders is up four. well, italian police are questioning the friend of an american artist found dead in her florence apartment. 35-year-old ashley olsen of florida was found with bruises around her neck. an autopsy is scheduled for today, but core norse say the preliminary cause of death is strangulation. police have questioned his boyfriend, a local artist, but police he's not a suspect at the moment. the mother of so-called affluenza teen ethan couch returns to court today in fort worth hoping so to have her $1 million bail reduceched. she and her son were arrested last month in mexico. officials say she helped him flee texas.
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he'll still being held in mexico. one of the most spectacular wipeouts ever recorded left surfer garrett mcnamara with a dislocated shoulder. you'll see he paddled into this towering wave in half moon bay and on the way down he fell off the board. as you see he was flown through the air and mcnamara posted a hospital picture on facebook and thanked everyone involved in his rescue and recovery and thankfully it was just the shoulder. looking at the size that have wave it could have been a lot worse. >> glad he's okay. can you put that picture up again. we were just noticing the nurse behind him. >> up there. >> the old hang ten sign. >> i guess that moans he's okay. >> it's a good sign. natalie, thank you. as you mentioned we've been talking about the passing of david bowie. for decades he was a towering figure in the music world, but as he got older his life took more of a private turn, and tamron's been following that part of the story. good morning. >> good morning again, guys. everyone loves a good love story
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his supermodel wife imam, well, it's one for the ages. >> ziggy stardust, the thin week duke, halloween jack. david bowie was a glam rock icon and took on many colorful identities throughout his career, but in the last few years some of his most notable personas including private family man and devoted husband. when bowie first met his wife international supermodel iman on a blind date in 1990 it was love at first sight for him. two years after their first date the pair married and for more than 20 years the power couple enjoyed separate yet successful careers. all the while they managed to keep their family life as private as possible. the couple's blended family including iman's daughter from her first marriage and duncan jones', bowie's son from her first marriage. they also had a daughter together alexandria born in 2000, but she's rarely if ever photographed in public.
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public and private was the secret to the couple's long lasting relationship. >> and understanding the difference between the personal and the public. we never have photographs, you know, taken in our arthur. we don't do fashion shoots together. you know. it's like you do things that are separately because he's a musician and i'm -- i do my own business. >> right. >> but home is private. >> in the home iman joked with kathie lee and hoda that she was the one in charge. >> do you fight with david when you want to do a room? because he is such an artist himself. >> yes. >> i'm sure he has some input in it. >> not really. >> home is usually where women really do it. >> never says i don't like that? >> no. he does. >> and for his part bowie would sometimes scoff at the idea that he would be a normal family man. >> you're a typical hard working 56-year-old now. when you look at some of the images of your past personas,
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>> not typical 56-year-old. >> david bowie is not a typical 56-year-old. >> but for the rock star known for wright songs about being a lonely outsider he managed to find a true partner and fill his life with love. >> so there's been no comment from iman yet on david bowie's passing, but on sunday she tweeted the words rise and the quote the struggle is real, but so is god, and it's just -- to think about obviously the person that we all love from mike and vitsds but to know he's a father and today this little child has to look at the world in a different light, a sad one. >> news to the shock of the world and for iman and their family they were going through this for the last 18 months. >> silently, privately. >> thanks, tamron. coming up next, we'll do "trending" and cue the celine dion music because leonardo dicaprio and kate winslet had a big "titanic" reunion at the golden globes. >> plus, better behave. the star whose seat right by the stage kept her worried all night.
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>> come on. jennifer lopez, beautiful. the singer and actor showed off her dress before hitting the red carpet. stunning. >> that yellow just jumped off the screen, so pretty. >> one of my favorites. she's incredible. if you blinked you might have missed this little moment, but there was a reunion at globes a lot of people are excited about right now. kate winslet and leonardo dicaprio right before commercial break. the two were seen hugging and talking and twitter just about exploded about the "titanic" reunion. one tweet read does anyone else see leo and kate together now and feel relief from the she motional traum of "titanic"? another made a meme out of the ereunion when you remember how bae left you hanging in frigid waters. >> oh. interesting. kate and leo were not the only ones making waves. jamie fox took the stage to announce the best score for motion picture and of course he
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delivery. take a look. >> and the winner is "straight out of compton. go the "straight out of campton." i'm sorry folks, i made a mistake. it's right here on the card. i take -- it's right here on the card. i take full responsibility, full responsibility. it was right here on the card. i apologize to everybody in compton. >> wow. >> right here on the card. >> just referring to the old steve harvey snafu. we remember that. >> what's the statute of limitations on that? come on, enough. come on. >> by the way, he then got kind of sentimental. such a cute moment and moments later he introduced his daughter as miss golden globe. >> this young lady never asks me for money. this young lady never asks me for anything. this young lady has never been in trouble. this young lady deserves this moment.
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years old, when she was in the fifth grade and came with her father to this event. this young lady is absolutely the love of my life and this young lady is absolutely my heart. she is miss golden globe. this young lady's name is miss corrine foxx. >> and look at her. she's gorgeous. >> beautiful. >> that was awesome. >> tamron and i got to talk to them on the red carpet. she's got such poise. >> she does. >> and she has such a great lineup of uncles, including uncle leo as he's referred to, leonardo dicaprio. >> all right. let's get to our predictions and the prank war that seems to keep on going. tamron, a little "pop start." yes, indeed. first things first. last week you guys put in your predictions for the golden globes. >> yeah. >> wrote down who would win for best most picture in a drama category, best television series and drama category. let's take a look at how we for the best picture, mate and savannah, al and carson predicted the correct winner, "the revenant."
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series, only matt got this one right. matt reigns apparently supreme as the big winner for "mr. robot." or we'll just win the lotto and cheh have that. boom. in a momo we'll talk about the hottest national, but one dress that's being talked about for a different reasons actress bryce dallas howard looked stunning in this blue sequinned lace gown. most actresses are adorned in beautiful designer gowns. bryce's dress is from a department store. not just any department store. >> pretty nice department store. >> like saying it is an iconic store. neiman marcus, there you have it. when she was asked about her gown bryce said i like having lots of options for a size 6 as opposed to maybe one option so i always go to department stores for that kind of stuff. can you buy this kind of stuff for $4,800. >> it's a jenny packham dress.
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man moment. i guess what we meant by that a lot of designers loan these guys that are one of a kind and maybe tens of thousand of dollars in comparison bryce went to the iconic store neiman. >> are you going to get a discount at neiman marcus. >> truth be told, it's a dallas-based texas company. >> you can get it on the cheap, five grand. >> i also say iconic target. >> also iconic. switching gears to talk shows. last week we learned ellen was back to her old ways. the comedian pranked matt lauer on her show clearly indicating this prank war thing is never going to end and now ellen has done something really dirty before matt had even a chance to strike back. ellen made another move on him, take a look. >> i was watching the "today" show the other day, minding my own business, and matt was challenged to answer a bunch of questions and one of his answers
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>> why can't you stop wearing brown shoes? >> they are like comfort food for the feet. uh-oh. >> the stunned look on my face. nice calves. >> very nice calves. >> he's working out with the rock. a bold play by ellen matt was more than reddy with a comeback and a surprise. here we go. take a look. >> wow. >> we won't do anymore to each other. >> why don't i believe you. >> right. because maybe if we channel our energy and we -- we go after someone together, someone else. >> that's a good one. >> yeah. >> tell everybody. >> all right. so in 2016. >> it was his idea.
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to pool our resources and go after -- >> he says jimmy fallon. >> you said jimmy fallon. you said jimmy. >> so the prank war is not over. watch out, jimmy. it's been expanded in a new way so you couldn't really see fully, guys, with the flowers in the way but it appeared that matt had a pair of valentino stud the stilettos from his collection, i guess. >> from his personal collection. >> he looked very comfortable wearing heels, and swimsuits. >> and women's dresses. >> called saturday night at the lauer house. >> you can see the whole appearance from matt on ellen later today. check your local listings. >> this is escalating, getting fallon involved. >> it's on. >> by the way, doesn't take a lot of coaxing to get matt to wear high heels, just saying >> chris: good monday morn, everyone. sunshine and colder air in place. windy. temperatures holding steady in the lower to middle 30s as we go throughout the day. wind-chill factors down in the teens and 20s. partly cloudy and colder
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teens in a lot of the suburbs. low 20s in the city of boston. tomorrow late in the afternoon into the evening hours, we do expect some snow in the rain showers along. mix around 95 east toward the coastline with rain showers in. there slushy coating to an inch across eastern mass. 7 on 7 forecast, quiet a >> and that's your latest weather. savannah. >> all right, al. glitz, glamour, sparkle, hollywood best served up that and more at the golden globes. a breakdown of the looks in a moment but first let's recap the evening style. hole wood's host stars pulling out all the stops for the kickoff to awards season. >> i'm here on the red carpet. look at this. limos as far as the eye can see. >> good evening, everyone.
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the world famous red carpet. >> the a-list crowd shining like the golden globes statuette. >> are you blinging out here. >> showing some skin was definitely in. >> you look like a golden globe right now. >> i know. i feel like a golden globe. i'm feeling globe. >> tell me about your dress. >> it's valentino couture. >> not to be outdone, the men own. >> you were just named best dressed man in the uk, second year running. >> the host color on the red carpet on this night was white. >> head to toe, the ivory by
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>> i just love white. >> capes and sleeves kept these ladies warm on a chilly night. >> you don't like the word sexy. tough. >> you've got to put on your best face when you speak of an evening like this. >> guys, good morning. >> good morning. >> real quick, thumbs up or thumbs down on the fashion. >> i agree. >> zanna, let's start with your number one, i think we share it. >> hands down, personified modern elegance, a louis vuitton dress. she is actually one of the faces of the brand. it took 200 hours to make this dress and saw her up close and beautiful paillette.
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>> like a modern day pinnafor. >> so youthful. >> brad, who did you love? >> my favorite is jennifer lawrence. when i saw her get on the red carpet, wanted this hollywood glamour moment from jennifer lawns. she's weerg jean batista cavalli couture and she's wearing 200 carats of harry winston diamond necklaces. jennifer lopez. >> so hard to pull off a color like that, but when you do, it's all you can talk about. >> amazing. >> all liked jennifer lawrence, brad. >> i loved jennifer lawrence and i loved the color and the shape of that gown. seemed very old school dior with the modern twist of using cultouts in a different way and that show part necklace was actually the perfect accessory because it almost looks as if >> it did. >> i thought she came in
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star who is going to take home a trovy. >> it was extremely elegant, and can we talk about one of my favorites, kirsten dunst. >> valentino couture, one of these on the planet and she fit it perfectly. i loved the back as well. a lot of interesting spaghetti straps, super sweet. >> let's talk about cate blanchett. she's always beautiful. >> this was kind of a show-stopping dress, don't you think? >> she's always fashion forward. like this is a walking piece of art. it's like the art deco moment, the fringe and intricate lace bodice. she pushes fashion boundaries. >> did you like it, brad? >> i liked it. soft moment for cate. don't see her in the soft colors and the work that went into all the fringe and beads sewn in by hand. >> let's do the lightning round. 30 seconds. white on the rhett carpet was big.
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>> you loved amy adams. >> i loved amy adams. haven't seen her on the carpet i feel like for a really long time and she just came out bombshell, sophisticated. that dress fit like a glove. loved it. >> out of time. we don't have time for worst
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>> this is 7news now. ism good monday morning, everybody. it's 8:27 as you take a live lack over boston. let's send it over the chris lambert with more on your forecast. >> chris: good morning, sarah. cold air moving back in place. you factor in the wind, which is gusting 25 to 35mph, and the wind-chill factor down to 19 in the city of boston. 14 in worcester and 20 down across the cape and the islands. hey, at least we have the sunshine back us with. temperatures not moving all this much throughout the day. upper 20s in the worcester hills. low to mid-30s along the coastline. >> sarah: investigators are on the scene of a deadly fire in dwhros. the flames broke out early this morning on hammond street. one man died after being trapped inside those flames. it's not clear what sparked the fire.
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you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message.
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what other things on this list can't be right?" looks like a list of can't be right's." seriously? at stop&shop, prices are down. savings are up. my stop&shop. . hello. i guess it was on last night. 38:30. natalie and al getting their drink on at the hollywood after party. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> you weren't getting your drink on. >> no. >> not at all. >> natalie was. >> no, i wasn't. >> natalie, look at you. >> oh, you weren't. >> don't tell me you weren't drinking.
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>> oh, my gosh. >> that was perfect. as you were saying, i did not. you were twerking on the dance floor. >> okay. >> absolutely. >> we'll have natalie and al's night. you saw a little of it there. more in just a minute, plus we'll hear from some of the night's biggest winners including jon hamm. >> and the golden globes a special event for our golden ticket winner allyson wilson. she went to the salon and then took to the red carpet with her dad reginald, so sweet and stopped by the photo booth to say hello to us. >> so cute. >> when she stepped out of the limo i actually thought -- i thought that's a star. how do i know her and then i'm like oh, that's our winner. did she not look amazing. >> a million bucks. >> i honestly thought it was jill scott. >> a lot of celebrities all running up and taking pictures with her. >> oh, my gosh. >> and i said --
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>> we were getting ready to interview. allyson. >> got some pictures with the likes of gina rodriguez. >> her dad was having a great time, too. >> more hon her night a little later. just couldn't happen to a nicer lady. >> and had her dad with her, wonderful. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> let's do it. we'll walk over to the big wall and show you what's happening. so we've got for today some lake-effect snow. in fact, parts of the new york around dunkirk closed right now because of lake-effect snow. also have heavier snow and brutally cold conditions through all the way to minnesota. few showers in the pacific northwest. beautiful day through the southeast. windy conditions in the northeast. as we move on into tomorrow, we're going to continue to see that lake-effect snow continuing. in fact, parts of upstate new york, western new york and on into new england could see upwards of three feet of snow, especially lee ward side of lake ontario.
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pacific northwest and sunshine continues through the gulf, and the brutally cold air conditions in the northern plains. that's what's going on around >> chris: good monday morn, everyone. sunshine and colder air in place. windy. temperatures holding steady in the lower to middle 30s as we go throughout the day. wind-chill factors down in the teens and 20s. partly cloudy and colder tonight. teens in a lot of the suburbs. low 20s in the city of boston. tomorrow late in the afternoon into the evening hours, we do expect some snow in the rain showers along. mix around 95 east toward the coastline with rain showers in. there slushy coating to an inch across eastern mass. 7 on 7 forecast, quiet a >> all right. before we get to natalie's dance party, we've seen your backstage interviews with the movie stars.
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>> that's right. this year the hollywood foreign press honored established names and a number of newcomers, and we were right there to talk to them all, whether they wanted me or not. >> jon hamm. >> i'm going to pull my pants up. >> you go right away. >> they seem to be falling down. >> well, then, please. you're not a rapper. you're an actor. >> you're not allowed to wear a belt with a tuxedo which is a dumb rule. >> what the heck is going on? >> i was really, really surprised, genuinely, and so that's why i didn't have anything to say other than a very, very lame joke. >> i wanted to ask, because it seemed like the preparation might -- >> no. there was zero. tell lauer next time we have lunch we'll beat him up. >> excellent. we'll take him down. >> christian slater. >> it's been a long road. >> has it? >> yes, yes, yes. >> worth it? >> worth it. worth the ride, absolutely. when life -- you just start
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differently in life, and things start happening a little differently. it's kind of remarkable. >> "mr. robot." >> how does it feel? >> it feels great. i mean, for a first-year show to get this kind of recognition, a show that's, you know, both entertaining and provocative and for people to -- to get it the way they have. >> well, congratulations. it's really exciting, especially for one of our sister networks, we love that. everybody feeling gooded? >> yeah! >> perfect. >> "mozart in the jungle." >> they asked us on friday to make our predictions, and i said best comedy "mozart in the jungle." >> i saw it. i saw it. >> we shared that. >> meant so much to me. we were actually forwarding it around to all of each other. >> oh, wow. >> i'm just happy because we worked hard on it and we just want people to see our show and maybe learn a little bit about music or get into music or just have fun. >> teraji p. henson. >> look it. >> i did it.
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>> you brought it home. >> i brought it home. >> how does this feel? your first nomination and, boom. >> well, for me what it represents is how powerful art is, because this is hollywood and that means my hard work and my sweat and my tears and everything that i give to the craft veecknized beyond the borders of where i was born. >> when you started this role, did you think you would end up with one of these? >> i never thought that an ex-con that sold crack, beat her son with a broom, i never thought that she would get this kind of notoriety and then when i look further and understood what she represents i'm like she's going to be so many heros, including mine. >> congratulations. that's so terrific. >> thank you so much is. i love you so much. >> we love you. >> wow. >> cute picture. >> fun. >> that's awesome.
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that award there was going to be a riot in that room. >> well deserved. >> and christian slart, a good buddy of ours, nice to see him get the award. >> hitting the town dead sober, natalie and al take you inside the golden globe's host after party. >> and finding the right music to fuel your workout jena and hoda go toe to toe over their go-to music. oh, my gosh. maybe they were the ones drinking before that. >> always drinking.
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welcome back. this is a special edition of "today" out in los angeles. we've got a lot more excitement from the golden globes in a moment, but first hoda holding down the fort in studio 1a and has some tips to help us look like celebrities. i don't know, that's a pretty tall order, hoda. >> first of all, we were not
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we heard you in the tease and we were not drinking. savannah. >> okay. >> we'll make that decision after we see this. >> it is the week two of our start today series helping you kick off 2016 right. jenna bush hager is on a quest to shed the executions and get back to the gym. >> when we did this, it was fun and we were not drinking until after the shoot. >> exactly. >> one excuse that people use to avoid working out is they just don't have the motivation. that's where music comes in, but what should you listen to to really get that adrenaline pumping? hoda and i set off to find out with the help of the folks at soulcycle. the dark days of winter, when nothing seems worth getting out of bed early for, especially the gym. but it turns out sometimes in life all you need is a perfect play list. just ask our resident "today" show music aficionado and one of my favorite dance partners.
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that. it's booze, number one. >> that's true. >> but music. like instantly, the minute you hear, it it's like a chemical body change. >> researchers have found that music we like stimulates the parts of the brain that control movement. it can keep our mood up and distract the brain from the body's fatigue signals, even make us think we're not working as hard as we really are. when starting soulcycle ten years ago, co-founder julie rice took the brain science behind music to heart. >> we always thought that this business would be music-based and soulcycle we ride to the rhythm and can really feel the whole room moving together which is part of what makes the exercise so powerful. >> and soulcycle instructor lori cole says she constantly has music on her mind. >> it really is the paramount focal point entire class. if i'm not feeling it the class won't be able to feel it. >> and on this day lori gave up deejay duties for a special
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>> i'm going to explain something right now. i have only one strength in my life and it's picking music, okay, that's my game. do-min-ate. >> and i have three sul balls, no you ain't. let me tell you something, bush hager, whatever your name is, game on. >> and we throw in our "today" host colleagues and let the battle begin. >> i chose "what do you mean" because what do you mean that song rocks. go biebs. >> "shake ya tailfeather" a sweaty dance song, at a party, 2:00 in the morning and you've had ten drinks and you're shaking your.
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>> i chose "like a prayer" because i remember being the little chubby third grader dancing and my room using my shoe as a microphone pretending i was madonna. >> i chose "up tune funk" because there's no way on god's green earth that you can sit still with that song up. >> i chose "get lucky" because it really has that great beat that everybody wants to sing along to. >> really. i'm up all might to get lucky >> i think everybody did sing along to. >> this the my fight song. >> when you're at the end of your rope and got nothing left in the song and got nothing going on that's when you need to hear "fight song". >> and with that there wasn't
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>> i have to say the end of that got me. because i've still got a lot of fight in me >> oh, wow. >> it looked so much better when you didn't see the video of it. when we were in the classroom feeling it. >> so much more fun in real life. >> you know, it is funny though. you really do feel the music. >> so we have three start today takeaways. first, move to the music, one study showed if you work out in sync to the beat of a song you'll use less oxygen and exercise more efficiently. >> okay. number two. think about the nostalgia factor. this is important. it says that research shows that if you pick songs that you associate with good memories, of course, those will motivate you and you'll -- you'll lost upbeat song. >> like "fight song" for you and madonna for me. >> and remember the number 145. >> why. >> that's how many beats per minute the song should have to maximize the effects of motivation. okay. you also don't need -- soulcycle is awesome, around the country
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where you live but if there's not you need don't soulcycle. dance party. you do this sometimes. >> i do it with my children. they probably think i'm crazy and it's fun and you can also go motivate >> you more tips from our soulcycle instructor lori on including a five-minute fun workout so savannah, did you learn anything? >> i learned so much. mostly about you two actually. >> you don't stay on the bike. >> aren't you supposed to be on the bike. >> if hoda had been on the bike, how would jenna have spanked her. >> that's true. that's true. >> by the way, jenna, i love how they are playing this workout vifd you guys behind you. it's hilarious. if this isn't motivation to get to the girnlgs i'm not sure what is. >> i'm not sure what is. >> jenna, you're going to washington. we're going to see you at the white house tomorrow. >> yes.
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soon. >> thanks, guys. >> the fun really starts when the show over. ask natalie and al. parties. >> there she goes again. >> what is that?
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all right. we're back now with all the fun that happened after the golden globes. >> mm-hmm. once those credits roll and you all go to sleep, these two really get going. the stars, the after parties. you guys were there. >> he dragged me along this time. >> check it out. hbo. so what's the plan for tonight? >> i say finish this red wine. >> the kind of guy who overstays his welcome. i'll close the place. >> he wants if. >> i can't wear this again after
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>> it's one and done. >> i really wanted to function on the feng sui of everything. >> what's your plan? >> this is it. >> this is it. >> we're going to go after my house after this. >> i follow him. >> please come. >> i would love to. >> are we invited? >> really, yeah. >> you heard it here first. >> we're throwing it down. >> how do we top, that alle? >> i don't know. >> by going to nbc. >> nbc. >> nbc party. >> jennifer! >> you look amazing. you changed. >> yes, i changed. shades of blue. had a huge hit on nbc. >> this is so exciting. >> i want to see some american ninja warrior dance moves. hardy. >> whoa, whoa. >> what is that? look how the. >> we saw what you did with the rokerthon.
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now you're coming to our very first city in l.a. to try the wall. please say yes. >> yes. >> we're going to go party. going to party in style. we're actually going to the "instyle" party. >> are you going to be hitting the dance floor? >> i actually was and i'm going to drink water to refuel to go back. >> one of the hottest parties at the globe. the weinstein party. let's hit it. >> gorgeous, the lovely, katherine schwarzenegger. are you having fun today? >> trying to get to the dance floor. >> that was a proud moment for any poppa, right. >> anybody. i mean, it's one of those perfect moments like we all crossed our fingers for our kids and turned out great.
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>> yeah. >> are we done yet? can we go home? >> okay. >> okay. we've collected several pieces of video that demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt, natalie, that there was drunky monkeyness going on. >> there had to be. drunky monkeyness. i had nothing to eat in my day. one glass of wine goes far. >> one glass of wine. >> you started croak, but it wasn't a karaoke song. >> we made it into a croak song. >> and when you bust into the running man. >> we need to talk about your running man. i love that. there's a lack of rhythm i would suggest. >> it was the alcohol. >> okay. you get up and do the running man. >> there's a reason why i don't dance on tv. i know my limitations. >> that's this. >> can i just say that you looked totally hot. i loved that black dress. you switched outfits like a real celebrity. >> like j. lo. >> i had two to choose from.
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>> we had so much fun. >> by the way, ninja warrior wants to you do the warped wall, al. >> we all want a lot of things that we don't get. >> that's a no. >> that's pretty much. >> you said yes last night. >> identification said yes. i mean, you've got two guys towering over me. what am i going to do? >> watching that piece, tamron looked over at me and said "what is love, baby don't hurt me >> night at the rock star. >> that's an "snl" skit what we just saw. >> another world wants to know did you go back to harrison ford's house with the hot tub. >> it was fantastic. it was filled with perrier. >> what did you say to harrison ford and rob lowe. >> >> wanted to make a sandwich out of them. >> that's not what i said. >> we've got it on tape, so, please, don't deny it. >> she said p ha nini. >> i said this is making a girl's dream come true, harrison ford and rob lowe and then -- >> keep going. >> you pushed me in that direction.
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>> what dub say? >> she wanted to make a sandwich out of them, and then harrison said, well who is the bread on top and she says oh, al's on top and i'm on the bottom and i walked away. >> see. i'm sorry, i didn't mean to open that can of worms. >> we're going to find tape. oh, it's there. >> and there was no alcohol allegedly. >> no. >> sandwich with a glass of merlot. >> and the past bard, and he's
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welcome back to "today" where it is 1992, and natalie is doing the running man. one more time. do we have the video. >> oh, great god, no. much more. >> there it is. >> slow mo. >> nice, nice. >> got a lot more from the golden globes, the memorable moments, the wirps and, of course, all that fashion. >> by the way, tamron, a what's your favorite?
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you got people working incredibly long hours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. what this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us rather than a handful of billionaires. if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. we have breaking news this morning. a house gloucester going up in
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person. also breaking the world mourning the loss of rock icon. we learn about david bowie's passing and his battle with cancer. >> mexican authorities want to talk to actor shawn penn. did he play a role in the capture of drug pen? >> we have full wrap up of all the big winners from the golden globes >> colder air and gusty wind in full force. temperatures
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