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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> can you hear that sound? that is the sound of the weakened knocking. it's thursday, the 29th of january -- 28th of january. 2016. jenna bush hager filling in as kathie lee is off. this song is called "love myself." by hailee steinfeld. >> we like her. >> yeah. it's a good one. we have a good show today because it's not often you have an emmy and golden globe winner just wandering around. we have with us jane seymour. she is starring in the new film called "50 shades of black." you are brave. you are -- >> i am. i am very brave. >> it's like tiptoeing on the edge, isn't it? >> yeah. this is right on the precipice. >> right where you like to be.
so it's worth it. >> and she's such a lady. >> yes. >> she's so classy that she can play this role. >> i know. the role. and we're going to talk to you about that. we're also going to play a little game of charades. >> we love charades. then louis and jill are here to find a mother-daughter duo on our plaza who really wanted to be ambushed. >> right. >> they're getting completely transformed as we speak. going to be fun. >> then if you haven't begun to think about valentine's day, don't worry. jill's got a huge shopping bag full of thoughtful gifts for that special somebody. >> bobbi's got the cure for your dry skin, which i have really badly. you do not want to zoom in. i have lizard legs. >> bobbi's with one of our auction winners going what aim doing? that's how it works. we want to give you a little tease of "50 shades of black." there are only select clips we can even show. this is the one of course with marlon wayans in it. and it's a parody, if you have haven't seen "fifty shades of
here's a clip. we think it's funny. we'll hear what you think. >> thank you, mr. black. >> please. call me christian. >> christian. >> i hope you answered all your questions. >> you did. >> hanna? >> christian. ooh! ow! oh, god, make it stop. >> white girls. get that elevator fixed. >> wow. and there's more where that came from. >> oh, my god. all i can tell you is they probably couldn't show most of it.. >> we had to cherry-pick. >> it's all in good fun. the premiere was last night, and people were howling. >> we're going to talk to jane all about that. it's going to be fun. speaking about movies, here's a rumor, and people are very
there may be a sequel to "top gun." >> okay. >> we have picture proof. >> yes. >> jerry bruckheimer, who produced "top gun" posted a photo of himself and tom cruise saying he just got back from a week in new orleans to see an old friend, tom cruise, and discuss a little "top gun 2." that sounds like -- >> it sounds like they're doing it. by the way, tom cruise still looks so good. this is "top gun" in 1986 when it was released. and i think a sequel would be great of this one, don't you? >> yes. >> i feel the need for speed. >> we can quote the movie. >> yes! >> but this got us talking because it seems like a lot of the movies are either spoofs, like we just talked about, or they're reboots. >> yeah. they're different versions. >> movies that have been replayed. >> what movie would you like to see a 2? >> okay. the movie that i would most like to see is "troop beverly hills." >> hmm? >> you don't know what "troop beverly hills" is? >> troop? >> thank you. there's one person --
what a thrill. >> i don't know what it is. >> with shelly long. >> oh, with shelly long. no, i still don't know. >> wait. do you know what "troop beverly hills is"? >> raise your hand ifou've ever heard of "troop beverly hills." >> yes, thank you, jane. >> and two other people. >> jane seymour counts as seven people. >> she does. at least seven. >> it was a classic film. and then if we wanted to redo a television show, if you don't know this one, i'm out of here. >> what is it, "beverly hillbillies hillbillies"? >> no. by love that too. "the facts of life." >> by the way, that would be good. >> i know that. the closest i could get to being allowed to do it was doing "funny or die." so i did "dr. quinn: morphine woman." inadvertently turns all of them into addicts and alcoholics because she had no medicine other than morphine. >> we've got to find that clip too.
you guys remember "the partridge family"? >> yes. >> do you have the song -- the song that we're singing come on come on get happy come on everybody whole lot of love and it's what we'll be singing we'll make you happy >> oh, my god. look at everybody. we'll make you happy >> i love that. that was the best. i love a singing family. [ laughter ] >> oh, that made my day. that made it. >> all right. speaking of awesome music videos. kristen bell and dax shepard, they're a fun, fun couple, as you guys know. and you know how sometimes you go on a vacation -- i love tommy. forget it. >> that just made it. >> you go on a vacation, and you show -- you bring back pictures on your phone and you're scrolling through. >> or you overpost. you know some people overpost on
>> and then we're here, we were -- let's see. we're standing here. now we're standing here. >> and nobody cares. it's like the two people that were on the vacation. >> so this is what this couple did. they went to africa and instead of taking pictures and posting them they made a music video of their trip. take a look. i blessed the rains down in africa gonna take some time to do the things we never have mm >> the giraffe wandering. that's a great idea. >> it's a really great idea. i don't have the time or the energy but i wish i did. that's awesome. >> all you have to do is shoot like 30 seconds in a couple places and you're done. >> then you have to put it together, you know. but i love -- that song is one of my all-time favorites. >> i know. >> i will say thatvery year for christmas, i know we just passed it, but henry makes a video of all the pictures or videos of the year of our girls and that's his present to
>> what song did he use this year? >> this year -- this year he used "tiny dancer." because he started with a picture of her little ballet costume. >> that's great. >> it's really good. and we watch it -- no. because nobody cares except the six people we watch it with. but we watch it on christmas eve. >> sweet. that's very sweet. more good news. we're talking about reboots. all right. we're talking about "grease" the musical and that airs this weekend. the reboot of that. now, there are a lot of things you may not know about "grease," the original cast. "vanity fair" decided to sit down and have a chat with them. here are some of the things you may not have known from the article. first of all, paramount wanted fonzie to play danny, not john travolta. arthur fonzarelli. henry winkler. >> henry winkler. >> and he didn't want to be typecast as like that greaser thing so, he said no. >> okay. that's crazy. also carrie fisher and susan dey were both considered for sandy. >> guess who the front-runner was. >> now we know. >> marie as mond.
she was offered the part but she objected to the good girl gone bad transformation at the end. >> is that susan dey from "the partridge family"? there's a theme. there's a song that we're singing come on get happy >> doesn't that just put you -- remember the bus and everyone was just going down -- >> i remember it but not as well as i remember "troop beverly hills." >> is that the one with shelly long? olivia newton john almost turned down the role because she was worried about her age. she was 29. john travolta was 23. and she wasn't 100% -- she wasn't sure how the lighting would look. so the cinematographer agreed to use a soft lens on her specifically to turn back the clock. >> she was so young. >> who thought she looked 29? stockard channing said she was 33 -- or she was 33 when she played rizzo. >> claimed to be.
and you know that famous song -- there are worse things i can do >> i kind of remember it, but not like that. >> they almost took this song out of the film. they almost cut it. and this is one of my favorite parts of the entire movie. >> well, it didn't get cut. staying on the music theme, it's time for my hoda. i have one pick but we couldn't use it for -- >> she did show me before. maybe next week. >> if you want to look up just look up on your own it's called "perfect fight song." this is not my song. look up the perfect fight song on youtube and tell me if it's not your favorite thing. this is my second favorite song, it's a throwback. remember the song "ignition remix"? usually i don't do this but go ahead and break it off with a little preview of the remix i'm not trying to be cool the way you do the things you do reminds me of my lexus coupe i'm all up in your grill
you must be a football coach the way you got me playing the field so baby gim yes that hoot hoot let me give you that beep beep running my hands through my fros bouncing on 24s hot and fresh out the kitchen mama rolling that body got every man in here wishing. >> can you roll your body? sipping on coke and rum i'm like oh what i'm drunk it's the freaking weekend everybody i'm about to have me some fun >> i love it. duet. remember, you can listen to us on sirius xm channel 108. >> and guess who's there. >> who? >> you. hoda's there every monday and wednesday at 2:00. i went the other day. >> we did have fun. had fun. next tuesday we're going to give it away to five lucky viewers. so make sure you send in your name and address and you go to klgandhoda.com, hit the connect button. >> quick shout out for our series, "everyone has a story." if you have a story that's uplifting or inspiring we want to know about it.
we'll be singing she is the timeless hollywood beauty who seems to get better with age. >> we're talking about emmy and golden globe-winning actress jane seymour. >> during her career that's spanned more than four decades shea gone from bond girl in live and let die to a doctor in search of adventure in "dr. quinn medicine woman," which will be rebooted. to the unforgettable flirty mom in "wedding crashers." we love that. >> now jane is starring alongside marlon wayans in "50 shades of black." and as the movie says she's way shadier than gray. as christian black's racially insensitive mother. take a look. >> mrs. black, this food was amazing.
well, it was important to me that our adopted children were exposed to their native cultures. so for eli i have prepared balango. it's a spicy goat dish from nigeria. and for may of course we have peking duck from the mandarin province in china. >> i'm korean. >> don't be fresh with me. >> oh, we want to see more. >> it goes on. >> is it all like that? >> oh, and way, way, way -- that's all they could allow on television. >> did you see the script and did you say, please, i would have so much fun playing this role? >> i did. because you know, i have a very pc household. and i have a daughter who's incredibly pc. i mean, before i even mention anything she's telling me what i can and can't say. and this is the most un-pc person ever. this is the most inappropriate, thoughtless woman. and there are some of them around, you know. yeah.
is there a hesitation like i don't know if i can say these things? >> it's insane. but all i know is when my younger generation, my kids read the script, they howled, they fell off the couch and said mom, you've got to do this. that's what it's for. >> how much of it was scripted and we're looking at that dinner scene which looks scripted. and how much was you guys having fun and doing what you wanted? >> the script was really good. so we did a lot of scripted. and then of course marlon goes off. he goes off and does his thing. and then of course i get to go off as well. i love doing that. >> talk to us about some of the improv. you were telling us before that there was one particular scene. >> there was a lot of improv. i didn't even know where to go. well, there was some stuff going on on the table in that table scene that i didn't realize was going to be happening. i think they cut it down a bit but there were some interesting things happening. very hard to keep a straight face. >> did you know marlon before this film? >> no. >> so this is your first meeting? >> obviously, they looked at me and said she'd be perfect to
>> speaking of how gorgeous you look, there are -- if you google your name, beautiful pictures always come up. but the way -- i mean, just how great you look and how great you looked at the premiere night, how great you look in a bathing suit, what are you doing to keep this up? >> you know, i'm a great believer in doing things as naturally as possible. so i eat well, i exercise, i do pilates, geratonics, a few light weights. everything in moderation. wine in moderation. and i think being healthy and being as natural as possible, i just don't do all the -- >> you don't do plastic surgery. >> no botox. i'm doing a feature now called "mistrust." and i need every muscle in my face. if you're an actress and you can't show distress, you're like anger because everything's been frozen, that's the worst. >> i think it's time for a little quick game. do you mind playing a little game of charades? we're ready. >> come on in. >> what do we do?
>> my name. >> there's a movie or tv title. you pick it. jane jenna has to pick first. >> so i act it out? >> you act it out. >> okay. and i can speak? >> yeah. >> okay. i need to go and i need to get my doctor kit because -- >> dr. quinn medicine woman. >> you can get my doctor -- >> i shouldn't look. >> you can. you're with me. >> okay. >> i don't want to -- face-lift. i don't want to kill myself. >> or -- okay. da, da, da, da >> terrible. i've got to go. >> this is not a funeral but it's a -- >> it's a wedding crasher. >> yes! >> "50 shades of black" is in
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your concert tee might show your age... your skin never will. olay regenerist. olay. ageless. it is thirsty thursday. jenna bush hager filling in for kathie lee. we are ready to reveal our -- >> ambush makeovers. >> our glam team has been hard at work transforming a very special mother-daughter team they found on the plaza. >> and here to show off their looks are "today" contributor and stylist to the stars -- louis licari, la, la, la, la, la >> never gets old. >> thank you, jenna. >> and "today" contributor author and all-around fashion hottie. >> that wasn't a word you knew i was going to use. >> jill martin. >> i love when you get a mother-daughter duo. >> it's so much fun because they are so excited for each other.
and today my favorite day of the weekend. thursday. we've got them. >> we're going to start with the daughter. katie rich is 33 years old. she is from chicago, illinois. katie works as a textbook writer at the university of chicago. she says her beauty routine's pretty basic, just moisturizer, a little eyeliner and boom, she's done. her birthday was just two days ago and what a better way to celebrate than with a whole new look. let's take a listen to her story. >> so you told me i've never seen this segment. but you still said hooray, i want this for katie. >> absolutely. she's ready for a new look. i think this will be great for her. >> are you excited? are you nervous? >> i'm so excited. no. do what you want to me. i'm excited to see what you want to do. >> ooh. >> okay. so katie's mom is going to come out second. so katie's a lone ranger. all right? so are we ready? >> yes. >> everybody in the studio, are you ready? this is katie rich before. all right, katie, let's see the new you.
whoo! >> katie. >> all right, katie, are you ready to see yourself? >> i'm ready. >> okay. >> turn around. >> put your glasses on. >> so exciting. >> beautiful. >> she loves her hair. >> oh, my gosh. >> thank you. first of all, it's my favorite word set, do whatever you want to do. that's exactly what we did here. here you see arsene gave her this -- completely reshaped her face with the bangs and the way the sides are cut. softened the color, added a little brightness. barely a minimal amount of warmth. i wanted it to look like her hair color, not my hair color. >> what are you thinking as you're looking at yourself and feeling the hair? >> i think i feel very different and i love it. >> by the way, jill, this is hot. i like all of this. >> we had so much fun. i can't wait for mom to come out.
the blouse from chico's. and the jacket is new from clara sung woo. focus on the jacket for a second. it's about to be a star again. >> here's the plan, katie. you ready? you're going to go over here next to jill. face the wall. and don't turn around until we give you the green light. >> katie's mom, joan. here's her story. she's been married for 43 years. she's here in new york city for the first time on a mother-daughter trip, obviously, with katie. her beauty routine is very minimal. and the last time she had her hair highlighted was in college. and she let louis craft her hair. let's see her. >> all right. so now it's mom's turn. i feel like you're even more excited for mom than you are for you. >> i am. because she pretends she doesn't like to be the center of attention but secretly she does. so this is like perfect for her. >> not true. >> are we also allowed to do whatever we want with you? >> whatever. sure. i'll take the opportunity. >> i love this mother-daughter. >> okay. so obviously she's here with katie but they have not seen
>> katie, don't turn around. >> don't turn around. >> we're going to walk your mom out. >> joan, come on out. >> oh, my gosh. >> wow. >> joan, you look fabulous! >> joan, put your glasses on for one second. first thing we want to do is see your daughter and we want your daughter to see you. on three, turn around. >> one, two, three. >> look at you! >> okay. you know one of my favorite things right now about mom, she hasn't even seen herself. >> what do you i? >> she's gorgeous. >> okay. you want to see yourself? >> i don't know. >> i think you do. >> go ahead. >> turn around. >> oh, my gosh. wow. >> the hair looks fab. >> isn't that great? >> turn right around, hon, and look right here at camera 12. mom?
>> the miracle about this is as you know joan had very short hair. we thought what can we do with it? of course arsene used his magic fingers, layered it a little bit. >> arsene. >> moved it around. enid put the makeup on and just in a soft way. and then of course i covered those grays and made it again a little brighter. it so worked with her skin color. >> so modern. >> and it looks like your hair color. it is. >> which is my dream. >> joan, that's a hip outfit. >> because they share clothing. they trade off. i said now they live in separate jacket. enjoy it. >> and you can match. >> big round of applause for both, everybody. job, louis. coming up, we've got etiquette answers. >> mr. manners weighed in on how situations. right after this. check this out, bro. what's that, broheim? i switched to geico and got more.
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have you ever been asked to take your shoes off at someone's house? >> yes. my husband asks it. or guests at your house ask for your wi-fi password? >> if you've been in those awkward situations we're going to get some etiquette advice from mr. manners himself, thomas farley. >> and back by popular demand our "today" staffers will be acting out these etiquette scenarios. >> we keep asking them back. >> we're going to talk about a party. ding dong. [ doorbell ] >> let's see who it is. come on in. hi, kate. >> before you step inside would you mind just taking off your shoes? >> oh, no. that's weird. >> yeah. so this is -- here's the issue. for a variety of reasons,
got the snow outside, super bowl party's going to be coming out soon, you don't want to be track the rock salt in. so as the host you're entitled to set your own rules in your home. and that includes the shoes. if it's a fancy party, so kate's wearing very nice shoes here. right? >> and she has a blowout and everything. >> i'm here for netflix and chill, by the way. >> we may want to alert her in advance that it's a shoes-free home so she can plan her socks or stockings accordingly. >> henry gets weird about it. my husband. we have parties. because it's new york. but i agree with you. >> if you don't have a pedicure or socks on -- >> or you have mismatched socks constantly. >> it's a nice touch if you want to have some socks ready for her something, nice comfy socks you can give to all of your guests. >> thanks for coming to the party. would you like to come in or are you leaving? >> i'm going this way. >> nice talking to you. >> thanks for coming, kate. [ doorbell ] >> brittany came. >> how are you? >> what's the wi-fi password?
give me a hug. >> i'll go first. >> here's the issue here. the wi-fi password has become like the bathroom. it's an amenity that as the host you're really expected to give to the guests. >> oh, wow. >> now, if it's a child who goes everywhere and needs the wi-fi password, it's rude to be asking. it's rude as a guest to be asking but as the host you want to be as accommodating as you can. think about if somebody asks you where your bathroom was, you wouldn't say i'm sorry, i don't have one. you've got to gift wi-fi passward. >> and what's the danger? why wouldn't you give it? >> the only danger is you've got a boring party because everyone's looking at their phone. >> i'm always a good time. >> you're coming and making it boring with your wi-fi. thank you, brittany. >> i'll excuse myself. >> brittany's a party machine. nice talking to you. careful. i wonder if anyone else is coming. >> i think we're done with those guests. we're going to move on to the office. >> now we're in the office. and hey. >> all right. let's talk about this. because often you have guys just like this gentleman with earphones in and you cannot converse with them. you can't get their attention.
and we're seeing this more and more because so many of us are working in open offices. where to free yourself of some distractions you really do need the ear buds. a couple things to be careful of. first, don't be humming too loudly. enjoy your own music. if you're listening to a comedy podcast you're not laughing too loud, disturbing everybody around you. it's good he's not blasting the music from his laptop but he's tuned out. how do you approach him? rather than coming up from behind we're going to just kind of get on his radar so he sees us that way. he's not startled. i need to talk to jarod, right? he's done the right thing. he's taken out both headphones. some people will take out one. >> that's rude. >> take out both and look like they're immediately ready to pop them right back in the second you walk away. take them out and put them down as a sign of true respect. >> you know who i feel sorry for? flight attendants when they're trying to ask people if they want a drink and everybody single person has -- and they're always waving and the person looks annoyed. okay.
>> if you don't mind. >> back to his music. >> donna just came in. hey, donna, how are you? wow. >> mwa! >> hi, donna. good to see you. >> that's a lot of perfume. >> you can't smell it but we can. >> i like it. >> i think it's a little much. no offense. >> here's how we want to approach the overperfumer. you want to try what i call the compliment sandwich. you start with a compliment. donna, that perfume you're wearing is lovely. what fragrance is this? you're going to ask that question. then you're going to jump in with the small critique. you know, one thing, it might be a tiny bit too much. but i really, reallyo love it. so keep wearing it. so you couch the critique tyne compliments. >> you just lost a friend. i would never -- >> i don't think i could do that. >> this is for somebody who is overpowering the office with her perfume. >> i think it's nice. she's done a good job. but where it's just taking over the office you've got people
>> you have a migraine. >> should you leave it to the boss to take care of stuff like that? is that the better way to do it? >> i would have the person who's closest to the individual do it. it's a little awkward if it's the boss. >> i like your earrings, donna. >> all right. later. >> you always know what's good etiquette? getting your sweetie a gift on valentine's day. >> lucky for us jill's got a shopping bag full of great ideas for men and women.
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the holidays are barely in our rearview mirror, and somehow valentine's day is just around the corner. >> oh, yeah, and we've done nothing. so we asked our "today" contributor jill martin to dig deep into her shopping bags for some fun valentine's day finds. >> i'm so happy in this bed. >> let us stay here all day. >> why not chill out at the end of the show in i am my valentine's day cape on and i'm ready to deliver my top gifts. >> cute. >> first of all, let's start
>> flowers that talk? >> yes. you each have a set next to you. from olive.com. $85. and when you get these to your home, within five minutes of them arriving there will be a video text message sent to your phone. so i have had one sent here from a surprise guest. >> kathie lee? >> do it! >> hi, hoda. hi, jill. hi, jenna. guess where i am. alabama down in the keys. and we want to wish all of you what? happy valentine's -- not -- >> i didn't know. >> they've been drinking. we apologize. >> i love it. >> how great is that? and it's such a nice way -- >> and it comes to your phone when -- >> within five minutes of delivery. >> what about -- >> okay. now, moving on to why we're in bed. i love this new from shutterfly. you can get pillowcases, duvet covers, all different sizes.
way went on your instagram, stalked, it grabbed photos i thought were best, e-mailed them, and this is what came back. is that amazing? >> oh, look at poppy. you have poppy on my blanket? >> mickey mouse in all different pictures. plus also from shutterfly, king of the house, henry. there's wine in there. >> king of the house henry. >> i have henry on my bed. this is weird. >> she's had enough of me after twtwweeks and now i'm on her pillow. and my husband is right underneath her bed. >> he's right here. it's sort of weird. >> and that said, hoda and joel. and how nice to be able to deliver a glass andhen be able to use it. >> cheers. >> get out of bed? >> that was shutterfly. no, no. i'll bring it to you. then moving on, it's nice to be abab to buy gifts that are inexpensive for the whole family that you can use all year round. so these are from pier one. i love these chalkboards. you can say happy valentine's day and then use them for to-do lists. >> that's a good idea.
that's coming. next we have gifts for your significant others. if you go into the drawer -- >> i've got to get out of bed. i'm hot. >> if i were you, i'd be careful. >> henry is into fishing. >> yes. >> that is a personalized fishing lure with his name on it. >> that's cute. >> and with the date that you met. >> what? >> so that is from etsy.com. if you wililgo into the drawer next to your bed. >> draw? >> i say it wrong. drawer. people actually write in saying i say it wrong. >> jill, we love this. >> that is from uncommon goods. joel is into hockey. so that is a cup where you can throw the marshmallows up against the back. it will land in the hot chocolate. >> that's so cute. >> then there's cuff links in there as well that are -- >> no offense but that looks like a toilet bowl. >> they have it for every sport. >> that's awesome. >> cute, jill. >> on my -- quickly on my neck is an emoji necklace. it's all the different emojis. malibeads.com.
vacation because we asked if it's okay or not okay to have exhaustion hospitalizations. >> anytime your body tells you to stop and pay attention to it you should listen and obey. don't you think, hoda? >> i like that one, kath. i say look, if the doctor thinks it's the right call of course it's okay. your health is paramount. >> and maz a big word. >> wow. >> that's like three syllables. wow. >> whatever. >> omg. come here, zack. it's zack's birthday, you guys. zack is our guy. >> zack is the best. >> this is what we call a zack sandwich. we love you. happy birthday to our guy. singles, looking. ralph macchio and mario cantown are going to stop by tomorrow. >> a performance by charlie putting. >> 355. >> don't give your pho number my mission is simple -- to make you money. i'm here to level the playing