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good morning, america. breaking overnight -- tornado emergency. dozens of twisters ripping through the heartland. >> oh my gosh! >> we have a roof that just flew there the air here. >> winds reaching 150 miles an hour, igniting power lines, flattening homes and buildings. including this fire department. a zoo is hit, with fears of tigers and bears on the roof. flash flooding. the new fear right now of more dangerous twisters. super cheat? the calls this morning for the nfl to suspend superbowl hero tom brady. the quarterback takes a big hit after the new report that says he likely new all about the plot to take air out of the footballs. shocking text messages. his father comes to his defense.
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and abc news exclusive. sofia vergara speaking out to our amy robach about the battle with her former fiance over the frozen embryos. >> i don't want this person to take more advantage of my career. >> what she says is the reason her ex has taken their private feud public. only on "gma" this morning. ♪ it's going down i'm yelling timber ♪ and shaq taking a tumble. what he's saying to the legions of fans making fun of his supersized wipeout. and good morning, america. what a terrifying night for millions of americans. 46 tornadoes reported from texas to nebraska over the past 424 hours. >> that is a storm shelter. the one place you're supposed to
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be safe during the storm, pulled from the ground. bridgecreek, oklahoma one of the hardest hit areas. that's where ryan owens starts us off. good morning. >> reporter: hey, robin, good morning to you. we're in the garage or what's left of it. a lot of it looks like it's about to fall down. of a very nice brick home one of many damaged in this area. the couple who lives here they're fine. they rhodeode out the storm. their home, anything but okay. this 1 of about 50 homes here with significant damage. >> tornado forming right now. >> reporter: dozens of tornadoes tear through the southern plains. right through pop lated areas around oklahoma city. >> this is the most significant of all tornado warnings that we can have. a tornado emergency. >> reporter: just south of the city more than a does. people are injured when this mobile home park takes a direct hit.
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>> we had a 17-year-old victim trapped. we had to lift the rv off the gentleman. >> it's on the ground now. >> reporter: watch as this cyclone lifts off the ground. >> it got really windy. like sheet rain coming. wild scary. >> reporter: powerlines igniting. >> a tornado is on the ground. that's what we're worried about. >> reporter: in kansas you can hear the power of this monstrous funnel cloud forming, moving across fields and roads. >> oh my gosh! >> we have a roof that just flew through the air here. >> reporter: buildings in its path destroyed. >> completely collapsed. power is out out here. >> reporter: a storm shelter designed to save lives, ripped from the ground. this fire house, flattened. and it wasn't just the wind. but the water. eight inches of rain fell in oklahoma city wednesday. a single-day record. countless drivers had to be rescued from the high water.
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and a live look this morning at the storm shelter that the couple that lives in this house they rode the storm out in there. it saved their lives. imagine what they thought when they came up from there into their garage and saw the mess. scary night for a lot of foeg folks. dam done at a local zoo. for awhile, they thought exotic animals had escaped. fortunately, they're back where they need to be. right now, no reported deaths. >> thank you, ryan. let's get more from albert ashwood, the head of the oklahoma department of emergency management. thank you, mr. ashwood. a miracle that no one was killed. >> yeah actually was. we had storms firing up from 2:00 yesterday afternoon through after 11:00 last night. it was a devastating day here in oklahoma. >> seems like people were fairly well prepared. >> well i think so. unfortunately, we have a lot of
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practice with tornadoes and severe weather here in the state. they do an excellent job preparing for such events. >> and you've also got this continuing challenge of flooding as well. >> absolutely. the storms haven't finished. we're looking for storms the remainder of this week throughout the week end. there's still a good chance for severe weather coming up. >> what about reports that a zoo was impacted? >> you know i heard the reports that you did. my understanding is there were some exotic animals that were free for a time. but they've been captured and they're back contained again. >> anything you'll need from the federal government today? >> we're in constant contact with our friends at fema. region 6 has worked with us very well. we're talking to them to see if we need assessment teams or see what assistance we might need. >> mr. ashwood, thank you for your time. good luck today. >> thank you very much. >> all right, george.
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the violent storms are not over yesterday. rob, you're tracking it all. >> i would love the say that the pattern has shifted. but the setup for severe weather remains the same. it increases for the next four days. a lot of jet stream frrnlg.energy. all the way back through denver a chance for seeing large hail. less of a chance of tornadoes today. but tomorrow we increase it again. back toward san angelo. a punch of energy from a california storm. come saturday a very likely risk of seeing severe weather. mother's day sunday doesn't look to be better serious weather. >> okay rob. thank you very much. now to the bombshell nfl report on deflate-gate. the investigation finds that tom brady likely knew that patriots' staff tampered with the balls before the championship game. ryan smith with the latest. >> reporter: and good morning to you, george. this report on deflate-gate that
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took league investigators 103 days to produce puts tom brady in its cross hairs. saying staffers would vice president touched the balls without brady's aprufl. this morning, new england patriots quarterback tom brady hit hard by the investigation into the now infamous deflate-gate scandal. the 243-page report released wednesday stating it is more probable than not that brady was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities involving the release of air from patriots game bals. two long-time patriots staffers jim mcnally and equipment assistant john jastremski participated in a deliberate plan to circumvent the rules. the report l blow to the credibility of the super bowl champion quarterback who claimed
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he did nothing wrong. >> is tom brady a cheater? >> i don't believe so. i feel like i have always played within the rules. i would never do anything to break the rules. >> reporter: three months before the scan ball broke, according to the report brady angrily complained about the inflation levels of the footballs. prompting this text message. tom sucks. i'm going to make that next ball an expletive balloon. the report states that in the weeks that followed, a flurry of text messages went between the pair. including this one, seemingly alluding to brady's knowledge that the balls were being tampered with. talked to him last night. he actually brought you up and said you must have a lot of stress trying to get them done. according to the report mcnally referring to himself as the deflator at one point asking in jest for help to get brady to pay up. let's make a deal. come on. help the deflator.
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brady himself refusing to turn over his texts and phone logs. this morning, the nfl says it's considering what steps to take in light of the report. patriots owner robert kraft saying in a statement to say that we're disappointed in the report's findings which do not include any incontrovertible or hard evidence of deflation would be a gross understatement. brady is not comment tong report. his dad says i have no doubt about my son's integrity. and saying this was frame-gate right from the beginning. >> dan abrams is here with more on this. we'll have michael weigh in as well. what do you make of the language that was used? >> they're being very careful to say more likely than not. same standard you would use in a civil case, by the way. you hear the patriots sayen incontrovertible evidence. there's not proof beyond any
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doubt in the case. there's not proof beyond any down the in courtrooms all the time. we're talking about deflating footballs. >> with tom brady, he did not release his text messages. he didn't have to. it's not a criminal investigation. >> that's right. he didn't. he's not going to. now he'll suffer whatever consequences they decide to inflict upon him as a result. there are three opponents here. big fine. i thing that's for certain. possible suspension of brady. that's possible. many people think that's unlikely. and number three, the possibility for the team of the loss of draft picks down the road. we'll have to see if they do that. thing about this in the big context of it. compared to a criminal case. murder would be fixing a game. that would be the e qui lent of murder. the spy scandal, the equivalent of volunteer manslaughter. this is probably battery. you'll see a slightly lesser punishment than in the spy
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thing. >> what you to thing, michael. the draft just ended. it would have to be the next draft. >> i agree with dan. i think more likely a big fine. i don't think the team will have a problem covering. they went on to win the super bowl. everyone said it does it make a difference? in those weather conditions it does. the fact that they're not sure tom brady is involved. i guess it's guys of a lesser importance with that team i don't know that you can take draft picks away. >> the investigation showed that robert kraft and the coach didn't have any idea what was going on. >> brady was mentioned 378 times. he was a focus. new questions about the clinton foundation as hillary ramps up her run for president. an event in morocco is putting more focus on foreign donations to the clinton global
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initiative. brian ross reports. ♪ >> reporter: morocco is one of the countries from which the clinton foundation says it will no longer take money. but this five-star luxury golf resort in marrakech, morocco is the setting for a fund raiser this week. to help the world's underprivileged. last night's ept was held in great secrecy, with reporters not allowed inside. in his opening remarks, former president bill clinton brushed off criticism about the millions of dollars in foreign money the foundation received while his wife was secretary of state. >> i just work here. i don't know. >> reporter: now that hillary clinton is running for president, the foundation says it has put limits on most future foreign donation including from morocco. one of the hosts of this week's conference is a controversial government-owned morocco mining company, the ocp group, which gave the foundation $1 million.
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human rights groups day the phosphate mines in nearby western is a hair ra promoted in corporate video, violate u.n. pro visions to row ticket the people that live there. >> when human rights are suppressed it's a serious concern. >> reporter: but the ceo of the moroccan mining company, who denies the allegations, is front and center at the conference this week. clinton told supporters all the talk about foreign money ignores the good work his foundation does. is there there's one set of rules for politics in america. and another set for real life. you just have to learn to deal with it. >> reporter: with the clinton foundation now turning down big money from previously use foreign source, the next overseas conference is canceled. if this is the last hurrah they're going out in style. let's get to amy with the other stop stories. the train derailment.
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>> the video is so dramatic. this massive fire forced an entire town to evacuate. the train may have derailed because of a broken wheel. nearby residents finally aloud back home. no one was injured. a possible new investigation in the wake of the baltimore rye riots riots. the justin dissaying it's considering the pay yor's request for a civil rights investigation. the feds are already investigating the death of freddie gray. new questions about spending by workers at the pentagon. an audit, first reported by politico shows that credit cards were used to pay for prostitution and gambling. many card holders pay their bills and submit only certain receipts for reimbursement. people left hanging upside down 200 feet in the air. a fair if europe. the ride jammed in midair.
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emergency crews freed the riders after 45 minutes. and finally, you know the saying the bigger they are, the harder they fall? that was certainly the case during a live broadcast shaquille o'neal. look what happened when his co-host tossed to him. >> this is obvious. >> get him, kenny. oh! >> oh! >> you set me up ernie. >> what do you mean me? >> you set me up ernie. >> oh down goes shaq. and down goes a monitor as well that flew right out of his massive shoe. shaq claimed he had been set up. he was a very good sport about it all. later tweeting i'll do the pg version, darn i'm clumsy. and promised $500 to the fan with the best meme. some delivered. there's a few there. shaq on the canvas after being knocked out. shaq coming in second in a
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sprint against the fastest runners in the world. and shaq joining michael jackson on stage to perform smooth criminal. >> he was great sport. k you, amy. we have a health alert for the 45 million americans who suffer from seasonal allergies. warnings of a pollen tsunami. some of the hardest hit areas. washington, d.c. the purple there. dr. richard besser here to talk about it. how do you know when it's an aler ji and when it's a cold? >> it can be hard to tell. if you get the same symptoms at the same time every year that's allergies. no body aches and fever, that's more likely with a cold. if it runs in your family more likely to be allergy. >> what can you do? >> stay indoors. clean air conditioning filters. come in take a shower or change your clothes. when it flares talk to your
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doctor. >> any other questions you'll be taking on twitter all morning? >> all morning. >> let's go michael. cannes france is best known for a famous film festival. it's fast becoming known for jewelry heists. >> reporter: the hunt is on this morning for a gang of armed robbers who stormed into this jewelry store in the center of cannes in the middle of the afternoon, running off with at least $1.5 million of jewels displayed in the windows. the world's biggest celebrities set to arrive here in just one week. authorities are desperate to stop the rash of heists plaguing the glamorous french resort. this 2013 surveillance footage captures the most expensive heist in history. $143 million worth of jewelry swiped from the carlton hotel in just 30 secsonds. watch at the audacious thief
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enters the hotel, brandishing a gun at this jewelry exhibition before escaping into the daylight. france has become a hot bed for heists. this gang of heavily armed thieves ambushed the convoy of a saudi prince stealing a mercedes carrying more than $325,000 in cash. for "good morning america," hamish macdonald, abc news london. >> thank you. now a brewing tropical system rob? >> advisories along the carolina coastline. the national hurricane center is watching this. rain, wind waves. no doubt. more on that throughout the morning.
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jacqui: feeling less humid today but it will still be a warm afafternoon with cloudykies and no thunderstorms in the forecast but a high of 80 degrees. clear tonight and mainly 50's in the suburbs. mainly sunny tomorrow with temperatures in the lower 80's. toward the weekend, a slight chance of getting a few understorms but our best chance will early next week coming up our abc news exclusive interview with sofia vergara. speaking out about the battle with her ex over those frozen embryos. she'll tell amy what she thinks he's really after.
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jummy: let's check on the forecast. jacqui: good morning, we have a nice start today and you will notice that our humidity is much lower. the feels like temperatures are closer to what it says on the thermometer. 62 degrees right now downtown.
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we will go through the 60's this morning and see low to mid 70's by the lunch hour. the high temperature this afternoon should reach about 80 degrees. no rain in the forecast today or tomorrow. week at have some this weekend but i am not too concerned because rain is more likely early next week. angela: we've got several accidents on the maryland court doors. -- kara doors. three lanes were blocked south around on the crash cleanup. once you get through the capital beltway, you will find the usual delays in place leading to a crash on the outer loop at colesville road. be prepared for additional delays. a live look at 395 at the george washington parkway importing street bridge. the traffic is jammed and a crash is reportedly on the ramp to potomac park. jummy: thank you. the d.c. council will host a roundtable today on how to expand the use of body cameras
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in the police department. the meeting begins at 2:00 this afternoon and the wilson building and is open to the public. reporters will get a look today at the smithsonian's african-american history museum which is set to open next year and will visit a construction site and be briefed on the status of the museum. the news continues now as "good morning washington" continues on news channel8 and we will see you back here in 25 minutes.
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good morning, america. right now, we're tracking dangerous weather this morning. fears of more tornadoes after dozens touched down in the heartland overnight. also right now, sofia vergara speaks out in an abc news exclusive on her bitter battle over those frozen embryos. and prince harry down under. surprising wedding proposeal this morning. anand gifts f princess charlotte. good morning, america. three days to mother's day. look at these moms. gearing up for our big "gma" tough mothers event. 250 of them getting ready. stretching out. getting loose ahead of the tough mudder challenge this morning. they're psyched. >> oh look at that. it will all make sense late their morning. sflmplgt we begin this half hour with sofia vergara, speaking out for the first time on camera about her legal battle with her ex over the frozen embryos they
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created together. you sat down with her. >> that's right. sofia vergara has been in the head lines for the last couple not just because of her new movie, "hot pursuit," buzz because of the brewing legal battle. she said very clearly this is the last time she'll speak about the matter publicly. this has obviously been a big week. >> sofia, on your left. >> over here please. >> reporter: at the same time you're dealing with something very personal that's been made very public. >> i really want to make this like the last time i talk about it because i don't think it's fair. >> reporter: for the highest paid actress on tv this should be a dream week. from shining at the met ball. to the eagerly anticipated opening of the movie "hot pursuit." >> you have to stay here until backup arrived. >> i never dreamed of working with somebody oscar nominate period. won oscars. >> reporter: at the saim same time her week plagued with headlines. >> her embree yo fight.
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>> sofia vergara, breaking her silence. >> the disputs about the custody of embryos. >> reporter: a legal battle brought by her former fiance nick loeb. hoping to gain control over the two embryos from when they were together in 2013. he writes to "the new york times" i asked her to let me have the embryos. she has refused. now for first time on camera, sofia vergara is speaking out. i want to give you the opportunity. what do you want people to know about this situation with your exfiance? >> i've been working very hard to get to the point. i promote my movie, my work. i don't like promoting my private life. i don't want to allow this person to take more advantage of my career and try to pro mote himself. get press for this. this shouldn't be out there for people to give their opinion when that's nothing to talk about.
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there's papers signed. >> reporter: among those papers a contract the couple signed with the fertility clinic that states the embryos could only be brought to term with both parties' consent. zpri don't understand why the media is allowing a person to just try to put me down and try to make it like that's something only is happening when nothing is happening. >> reporter: and his timing -- >> of course. if you ant to press, it was the perfect timing. having an amazing month. >> reporter: surprised? hurt? embarrassed? angry? >> no just with the press. why is the press allowing somebody to -- to invent things and create press for himself. you know, he's not an actor. not a celebrity. it's like why? why are they allowing him to do that? no i'm not sad. i'll be grateful. i have to enjoy what i'm living right now. in the life of an actress, you have big ups and downs. i'm superhappy with joe. >> reporter: joe is joe
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manganiello, star of "magic mike" and her soon to be husband. >> he's always in a good mood. he always, you know, is willing to have fun with me. >> reporter: as for ger gar ra her dream week continues. about to put an even bigger mark on hollywood. >> i get a star in the walk of fame this thursday in los angeles. >> are you mad at me or something? >> i don't know. did you do something to make me mad? >> ed o'neill, when i called him to tell him, are you going to come? he's like what? how did you get this so fast? >> reporter: but, you worked really hard. >> i'm happy. i'm not going to let anything -- life is short. i'm getting old. i have to enjoy this now. >> reporter: we're the samee. don't say that. >> you're old. >> i'm old. and we'll be cheering her on when she gets that star on the hollywood walk of fame later today. she says her whole family has travelled from colombia to be there for that moment. she's moving on. >> she truly is. in a good place about that. >> yes, she is. >> thank you for bringing that
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to us amy. now to a sheriff's office work rg accused of shaking down a doctor she met online. charged with extortion for threatening to tell the man's wife unless he paid off her credit card bill. rebecca jr. voice has the story. >> reporter: it was a tryst that started online and end in court. this morning a trust. sheriff's office employ eye on trial for allegedly trying to extort a doctor she met on ashley madison. the self-proclaimed most successful website for finding an affair. >> life is short. have an affair. >> reporter: according to court documents, 48-year-old debbie o'flaherty lewis used the name discreet fun to start chatting with the married father of four. eventually having a one-night stand. hen she texted him hours later tissue. >> his response i don't think we should see each other for awhile. according to him, at that point, she became enraged.
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>> reporter: allegedly using her authority at the sheriff's office to track down the doctor. >> his children's names and their bit daits. >> reporter: the doctor says she then threatened to tell his wife about their relationship unless he paid off her $7,000 credit card debt. the doctor instead, going to the very police officers o'flaherty lewis works with. to help set up a sting operation defense her. her attorney claims the allegations are false. >> the actions of the defendant had to be malicious. >> reporter: this story adding fuel to the already controversial fire surrounding ashley madison and its 35 million customers. i sat down with the company's ceo and his wife last year. so you're encouraging secrecy? >> yes. i'm not necessarily encouraging infidelity infidelity. >> reporter: ashley madison saying it's not responsible for any damage or harm from the use
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of its service. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis abc news new york. let's get weather now from rob. >> take you to utah. some of the action is causing the severe weather. some hail. some grrks ropple. a combination of snow and hail. accumulating on the patio activity or the patio furniture. we have this low moving across parts of vegas. this is what's going the reinvigorate. the severe threat through saturday and sunday. cool temperatures across parts of southern california. there's the threat jacqui: good morning, washington. we'veve got a nice day to look forward to. after patchy fog this mororning we will e partly cloudy skies this afternoon with drdry conditions and are high temperature e around 80 degrees. >> this weather cast brought to you by mazda cx 5.
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there's some more patio action for you. hail on the patio furniture in is a have a. >> thank you, rob. coming up a real-life burglar reveals just how vulnerable your home may be. in and out in under three minutes. and the big questions about how beyonce got the flawless figure. how healthy is the diet that helped her drop 65 pounds?
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we're back now at 7:42 with "gma" on the lookout. a real wakeup call this morning about just how easily a burglar could break into your home. gio benitez got advice from an expert, a former thief. he showed us how to get in and keep the burglars out. >> reporter: good morning, the breakins you are about to see took seconds. the entire crime demo we set up takes three minutes or less. pay attention. there's things you can do to stop thieves. this morning, "gma" is on the lookout. ♪
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>> reporter: thieves caught on camera smashing door after door. this one quietly roaming and rob famgly while they're asleep upstairs. a home burglary happening every 16 seconds in the u.s. how easy if it for a burglar to get in? therron says he's now reformed and wants to show us how it's done so you can protect yourself. at our target house, homeowner louise doesn't think he stands a chance. first, a thief will usually case a house. we allow him to do just that. you normally go for? >> jewelry first. >> reporter: jewelry first. it's under five minutes, go ahead. he cease an opening and takes it. the car in the driveway with windows down. the garage door opener in plain sight. >> bingo. >> reporter: within 45 seconds, he's inside the garage. finds the door to house
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unlocked. he makes his way upstars to the master bedroom. he finds a jewelry box. 2 1/2 minutes. >> keys garage door opener. i mean they'll leave, they won't thing about. >> reporter: we asked if he cease any other ways in. this time he wants to break a window. we'll time you again. see how quickly you can do it. go for it. >> he pops the window screen. tapes the glass to minimize glass shatter and noise. he's on the way in the house through the same unlocked door. this time, he's in and out of the house in three minutes. how do you think he got this? >> oh my gosh. >> reporter: the car was totally open. enter security expert kathleen baty. take your garage door openers inside. they're watching and waiting for that moment. >> exactly. don't make it easy.
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>> reporter: tim two, make sure the landscaping is low. >> these are the perfect hiding place. >> reporter: if you're headed out of town lock up the garage. >> you want to disengage the motor of the garage door opener. you want to manually sht the door and lock it. no one can open it from the outside. >> reporter: 73% of home brakins are by kicking in a door. >> see how it's wood on either said. this makes it so flimsy. that's why you want to inis it ale a strike plate. >> reporter: that additional metal makes it more difficult for thieves to kick in the door. a good tip there. an alarm system is great proe tex. make sures yours has motion detecters. you don't want thieves cutting the phone cords outside. you want to be able to contact the security company wirelessly. >> we're always in a rush. getting those garage door
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jummy: let's get a check on the weather. jacqui: leave the jacket at home to day because it will be nice overall. it might be a touch cooler in the suburbs with 50 degrees now but 62 degrees downtown. we will warm up quickly today with high pressure to our north building and across the region. it feels less humid and he will be been better. we are keeping the eye on the potential for low pressure to turn into our first system of the atlantic. partly cloudy skies this afternoon with our high temperature near 80 degrees. we will be more of the same tomorrow but the weekend from the tropics will bring us more humidity and a small chance of thunderstorms. angela: maryland state police
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say there is a crash on the outer loop between colesville road and university boulevard. it's not too bad on new hampshire avenue. no accidents on 270 but plenty of volume delays into germantown. a live look at route one traveling in virginia with a crash south down at odrick road northbound with volume delays and the same for interstate 95. we are heavy and slow heading into dale city and for folks making the drive and interstate 66 with volume delays and sun glare. jummy: thank you, police are still trying to track down a man who sexually assaulted a 19-year-old woman in mitchellville, maryland. she was attacked last week on lake arbor way. filming is set to begin in a sober in a true crime, called "the worst marriage in georgetown," about the murder of the socialite i her much younger husband.
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good morning, america. the latest on the tornado emergency. [ siren blaring ] >> massive damage. stories of survival after dozens of twisters hit overnight. millions on alert for more severe weather ready to strike. ♪ ♪ kylie jenner comes clean about the plastic surmry rumors. >> it's just an insecurity of mine. it's what i wanted to do. >> she reveals how she plumps up her lips. and beyonce's jaw-dropping look trending huge. now the secret to her flawless figure revealed. can following her secret diet work wonders for you? and michael, one on one with mariah carey with exclusive backstage access. opening up about life as a single mom. her split with nick. and being the new diva to rule sin city.
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>> good morning, america. >> it's mariah carey. >> and we're looking forward to michael's chat with mariah in a little bit. as we say good morning, america, on this friday eve. more than 200 women at the starting line for our big "gma" tough mothers challenge. three days until mother's day. tough moms taking on a challenge. attempting an epic tough mudder challenge. >> you saw jesse palm tler as well. the course is seven miles long. over a dozen obstacles. lots of mud. as you can mooj. and three megachallenges ahead that you just don't want to miss. >> hundreds of thousands of people take on these challenges every year. i did a mini one. it was about 70 yards long. not seven miles. it almost killed me. the countdown clock is running.
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we're taking you inside the action this morning. we're going to meet the great moms coming up. >> look at them carrying jesse. >> look at jesse. >> they are strong. >> a lot coming up. let start with the morning run down with amy. dozens of homes damaged or destroyed by a tornado outbreak in the plains. people south of oklahoma city were hit the hardest. as many as 46 tornadoes reported from texas to southern nebraska. more than does aen people injured when a mobile home park south of oklahoma city took a direct hit. the storms triggered floosh flooding. dumping more than eight inches of rain in some air gentlemans. we'll have more in rob's forecast coming up. new details this morning about the killing of an illinois college student who posted his car for sale on craigslist. a st. louis man was charged with the murder of taylor clark. his body was found near his car. the suspect set up a meeting with clark on his lunch break
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after seeing the car on craigslist. he's being held on there are 1 million bond. developing now, the new england patriots and quarterback tom brady are awaiting their punishment for the deflate-gate situation. paradedy is considered generally aware of the deflation of the balls. the nfl is considering penalties. and now to your money and a new option to save on groceries. whole foods has announced it's launching a lower priced grocery chain. promising smaller, more tech-oriented stores. no word for a time line for the opening. 17 million children. that's how many children in the country are suffering from or have suffered from mental illness. according to a new study. not even 35% of those children are being treated. doctors are spreading the word today as they mark mental health awareness day. ? >> and trending up prince harry
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is wrapping up his time in australia. giving a big shout-out to his niece and planting a kiss on a surprise royal fan. >> reporter: he's the world's most eligible bachelor. just hours ago he showed the world why. an australian woman proposing to prince harry. asking if she could bet a peck on the cheek. only to go if for a full-flenled lip lock. it was an opportunity this 21-year-old plond could not resist. victoria dressed in her finest, a sequined dress. is there this is the third time i've proposed. put a girl out of her misery. >> reporter: the prince's response? can i think about it? he's in australia for a month-long military deployment. some fans offing stuffed animals for his baby niece. >> i've been given a lot of cuddly toys from this morning.
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i'm looking forward to meeting her. she's beautiful. >> reporter: harry won't see the princess until mid may when he returns from a week-long trip to new zealand. this morning, prince will qualm and kate filing a warrant against paparazzi. the next big family event won't be harry's wedding. more likely, a christening for princess charlotte. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news london. >> reena, thank you for that. finally, picture this. a coyote in your kitchen. family in georgia found this coyote just sitting right there on their kitchen counter. it had chased their cat through an open window and decided to get very comfortable. no word on the condition of the cat. and, no whereabouts of grandma. doesn't that look like the big bad wolf from "red riding hood?"
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nor the race. >> i know. they do. jesse is there in the middle of it all. our tough mothers ready to take on tough mudders. we're going the take on the "gma heat index." the hot button topic [ bell rings ] oh, got it on time this time. a conversation about her famous lips. turns out the pout is not natural after all. >> not ever going to deny or confirm anything. >> reporter: after all the lip service about how kylie jenner's mouth went there this to this in just a mt.er of weeks, the 17-year-old no longer buttoning her lip, finally admitting in an upcoming "keeping up with the kardashians" that she used more than lip liner. >> we asked readers what they wanted to know. they said she has the most amazing lips. tell us her secret. >> i have temporary lip fillers. it's an insecurity of mine. it's what i wanted to do.
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i'm just not ready to talk to reporters about my lips yet. because -- everyone always picks us apart. >> reporter: and sister chloe confirms what many suspected. >> she decided to plump her lips. i don't think there's anything wrong with that. i think if you've done something, though it is right to cop up to it. if you avoid a question you're going to look like a liar. >> reporter: problem is in the past kylie, the youngest in the clan has denied it. tweeting these plastic surgery rumors hurt my feelings. her lips inspired a dangerous plumping trend online. teens putting their lips in small glass containers and sucking the air in to get this swollen look. >> kylie jenner lips challenge. >> reporter: it can cause a number of issues like swelling bruising scarring. >> kylie's in a change predicament.
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if she changes something, thousands of fans want to do the same thing. that's a dangerous responsibility to have. >> reporter: kylie coming clean saying she didn't lie about it. she just evaded the question. for dpam "gma," linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> we're joined by dr. whitney bowe. i came home last friday night. four girls around the kitchen table trying out that sucking thing. we have not done a good enough job. it is dangerous. >> it is. can cause serious problems in the short term and the long term. short term swelling bruising. long term kit lead to serious tissue damage as well. imagine this marshmallow. this represents your healthy lip. take the marshmallow, stick it in the reich row wave expose to it trauma, it will expand way beyond the size it should be. when it collapses down it never fully regains its former shape. that's very similar to what is happening to that fragile tissue
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of the lips. >> the swelling is what you're hoping to get. >> exaggerated swelling the delicate fiber, they're stretching. and snapping and rupturing. major problems. is there that's very effective. to be able to see it. it is. kylie says temporary fillers. how is that different from permanent ones? >> you're thinking about silicon in permanent wans. we're phasing those out. we're using other thing with hyalluronic ascid. it hydrates the lips from beneath the surface. it lasts about six months. >> do you like -- i mean i don't -- i'm sure you don't. talk us to about young people and doing this and the dangers of it and the cautionary tale? >> from a medical standpoint. it's relatively safe if
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performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon. a 17-year-old looking to commit to this throughout her lifetime she could spend close to $100,000 just maintaining the shape of her lips. i'm a mother. i have to look at this from an emotional standpoint as well. teens are learning how to embrace their individuality. if a teen approaches i say, hey, let's try alternatives first. cinnamon oil. menthol. those ingredients irritate the lips and create a little subtle -- >> it's safe. >> i think the parents would be grateful that they tried that first, right? >> you're right. there are many components to this. thank you very much. appreciate it. also the heat index, weon say's met gala look. it caused quite a buzz. so many wondering how she did this.
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paula faris tells us what's behind the vegan plan she used to get fit. >> reporter: queen bey, the belle of monday night's bet ball. showing off her every curve. people using the hashtag flawless. this is her at last year's gala. con paired though this week. how did she make the transformation? by going vegan. eliminateing all animal products from her diet. even butter. the grammy winner and hur hubby, jay z, first taking a2-day vegan challenge back in 2013. then they kept going. following the advice of marco borges bee yoon say's trainer. >> it couples habit formation with plant-based nutrition. yor adopting new habits. >> reporter: his major rules. choose plants over processed. eat three meals a day focusing on carbs over protein and fat.
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exercise for a half hour every day. last but not least, drink plenty of water. but being veeg season not a piece of cake. ? you can miss out op nutrients. b vitamins. omega 3 fatty acids. there are so many things you could be lacking. >> reporter: 27-year-old hannah has been vegan for over a year. she says she loves the way it makes her feel. but says there is a high price to pay. >> it can get pricey. but the investment you make there is where you wnt to make it instead of at the doctor's office. >> reporter: what happens on day 23 when you stop the diet? >> anytime you discontinue a very restrictive dietary regimen, and go back to your habits you're going to gain the weight back if you don't have an action plan. >> reporter: still, borges says going vegan can change your life. >> with diet and behavior modification we can live much much healthier lives than we're
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living today. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news new york. >> worked for her. >> it did. let's go to rob and a check of the weather. >> great crowd. a beautiful morning. rain across the plains after the severe weather. a lot of rain. we're anticipating more today. over three inches in spots just to the east of oklahoma city. 79 for a high in new york city. warm and dry. poll season flying. it's a gorgeous spring day today. jacqui: feeling less humid today but it will ill be a warm afafternoon with cloudy skies and no thunderstorms in the forecast but a high of 80 degrees. clear tonight and inly 50's in the suburbs. mainly sunny tomorrow with temperatures in the lower 80's. toward the weekend, a slight chance of getting a few thunderstorms but our best chance will be early next week.
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>> and visiting us from arkansas is christina. this week is what? >> nurse's week. >> y'all? >> y'all. spl she says it better than i do. back to you inside. >> come on in "pop news" time now. an abc news exclusive. taylor swift has let us reveal she'll open the billboard with the world premier for this song. bad blood. here's a first look at the poster for it. this is no ordinary music video. it was shot like a movie with an all-star cast. all playing characters. at the billboard music awards sunday may 17th right here on abc. on saturday night, may 16thing check out the primetime abc news special on all the nominees. i'll be hosting that saturday
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night, on abc news. saturday night, an insider's look. tells you about the chart and the nominees. and taylor swift. the last video, she came on. they are minimasterpieces. >> you can tell that will be a hit, too. i was already tapping my foot to it already. spl just another taylor swift hit. >> she's got the touch. if you're hoping to spot vincent vangogh, get on the b train. check out the man on the left. he's a dead ringer for van gogh. >> and they say, are you vincent van gogh? >> they do. they ask him to take pictures. 2 million hits on reddit. the resemblance is uncanny. no family connection.
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though robert may want to double-check that considering the painting let's go back to the painting there it is. that painting done in 1888 just sold this week for $66 million. >> really? >> robert we hope there's some lost family tie for you. meanwhile, you're an intersnet net sensation. who here is good at ping-pong? >> we were not supposed to see the petting up the ping-pong table. >> woe do magic tricks. a little pipg pong? >> i don't ping-pong. now i don't have a paddle. i thought i was good. check this out. possibly the world's greatest rally in the history of the game. >> ooh. ooh! >> oh. >> and they keep going. >> no way. >> wow. >> oh, my gosh. >> unbelievable. in the red, number one player in the world. against the eighth-ranked
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player. this is a masterpiece of play. the international table tennis federation calls this the point of the century. >> it's all about the top spin baby. oh! way to rally. >> my eye. >> where's the plastic cups? >> oh beer pong. we knew what you were saying. >> i didn't say a word. let's go to the moment we've all been waiting for. time for the toughest mothers in america to get down and dirty. jesse palmer live in new jersey at our "gma" tough mother challenge starting line. looks like you have a lot of energy out there, jesse. >> good morning, guys. i'm sitting here right now with some of the you have theest mothers in america. we're at the starting line for the "gma" tough mothers challenge. i want you to meet the leaders of the four teams that we're going to follow through the run. christa. a seventh grade teacher. what is your mantra?
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>> always works hard and do you best. >> next up boo. once you were a couch potato. what's the mind set? >> be healthy and strong for my kids. >> lindsey, a power lifter. >> we prepared. we saw the obstacles. we're going the go do them. >> they were watching game film. and we have kim. three-time iron girl. what is your motivation? >> my mom was the strongest woman i know. i compete for her. go pink dragons. >> she must be proud of you. you can feel the energy. the excitement. now to finally get this run started, i hand it over to danielle. here we go. >> all right, mudderellas. welcome to the world's best obstacle course. by women, for women. are you ready to have fun? are you ready to have team work? three, two, one. go! >> and the "gma" tough mother
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challenge is officially now under way. we've got over 200 participants here today. you see them make the first turn. i have to tell people at home the terrain here. when these participants are running around very very uneven. it's very important that they have plans. they're heading to the first obstacle. this is the hat trick. it's impoeszing. first part is an 18-foot climb. up a massive rope bridge. this gets very very hard. the more women on top of it because it starts shaking. you have to have unbelievable upper body strength. core strength. once you get to the top, now starts the fun part. as you see, coming down a 20-foot slide. into 20,000 gallons of water. if you're afraid of heights, this makes it very tricky and difficult. you're going to be sliding into about four feet of water. i had a chance to check earlier. it's very very cold. here you go. this is the ultimate trifecta. it's a climb. it's a slide.
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it's a splash. into the water. you have to use another rope grid to get out of it. at this point, blood is pumping. legs are tired. it's on to the second obstacle they go. around another bend. looking back. trying to find teammates. team members. as they get set to take on a second big challenge in today's on tackle course. this is my favorite name. this ladies and gentlemen, is the surprise party. 25,000 gallons of mud. 5,000 gallons of water. this is where you get down and dirty. check back in with us later. more to come. >> nice play by play. you might have a future in sportscasting. just thinking. we have more tough, tough mothers ahead. coming up next. we have amazing "deals & steals" home edition. something for ever room. we go one on one with one of the greatest singers of all time. michael speaks to mariah taking
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check on the forecast. jacqui: it is going to be a beautiful day today, 64 degrees currently. we got some 50's in the suburbs 59 degrees at dallas and 61 in gaithersburg. we will be rising into the 70's by the lunch hour and a better day than yesterday to have lunch outside. our high temperature will reach about 80 degrees with partly cloudy skies but i am not expecting thunderstorms in the metro today or tomorrow. the weekend gets more humid and we are expec 80's by mother's day and a better chance of thunderstorms as we start asked week. angela: we continue to see a lot of congestion on our interstates with270 jammed up rum father hurley -- jammed up from father hurley boulevard. once you connect with the capital beltway, we have an accident on the outer loop at university which is on the
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shoulder and there is a new crash on the outer loop between greenbelt metro and route 1 and on the virginia side, this is sterling route 28 with a crash south of the dulles will road. there is a crash also at the fairfax county parkway. jummy: thank you. alexandria police are searching for a missing 24-year-old woman. she was last seen last night on north beauregard street. she is asian and weighs about 110 pounds and drives a white 2011 nissan with virginia tax and she has a history of depression and is in need of medication. the university of mary washington is about to be slapped with a title nine sex excrement nation -- sex discrimination suit. there will be a news conference today on campus. the news continues on "good morning washington." on new
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give one lucky mom the mother of all surprises with a door knock she'll never see coming. look who's doing the knocking? >> are you ready? >> i am. >> hey, garth will sing for this mom. >> let's put some epic happy into your mother's day. >> tomorrow on "good morning america." >> we're so excited. our biggest mother's day event yet. tomorrow morning, one incredible deserving mother is getting the surprise of a lifetime from country megastar garth brooks. he's coming right to her door. you know -- you know it's going to be good. can you imagine? >> a mother's day serenade. >> you open the door his beautiful song mom. >> oh it's amazing. >> that will be great. right now, a huge tough mother challenge going on. we saw it there. jesse palmer. taking us through all the action. how's it going? >> it's going great. i'm with one of our lindsey, you're soaked period
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>> it was very close to shaq. correct. can i get help in aisle 4? we're going to go back to jesse palmer. >> thank you, guys. our participants through a cup of tough obstacles. it's only going to get tougher from this point on. you can see them over my shoulder. the power up obstacle. they're climbing 16 feet on a rope. coming back down. down to the wire. 40 by 40 a foot deep of mud. this is tough. they have to get on the hands and feet all the way through. how are you doing? >> awesome. >> how cold is that mud that you just had to belly crawl through? >> not as bad. the pool was freezing. >> off you go. continue the great job, guys. imagine doing a plank and holding it for about a minute. we have different techniques. a military roll. even here having an outstanding
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time. the energy the excitement is just terrific. you know i have to tell you, these women are tough but this obstacle course is tougher. not anybody can do this. this is an unbelievable challenge. their upper body lower body. cardio. their will power. what's really great about mudderella and this sort of challenge, it's all about the team work. not so as much about finishing first necessarily. it's about completing the challenges and doing it with your teammates. we have seen tremendous team work so far early. here today. it's been a great day so far. we have a lot of smiling faces. i'm just happy that i'm not all covered in mud. i think i did a good thing sitting this one out, george. >> boy, they are some fierce competitors right there. we'll check back in. they're doing so well. >> once again, proving that mothers are a lot tougher than most fathers. >> that's right. >> we have moms over here. who is a mother right here?
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you're tough, right? you better believe it. we have severe weather. you have to be tough to live in the midwest. another day or two, the next four days. large hail darnlgmaging winds. moderate risk on saturday. a severe weather outbreak likely through oklahoma and kansas on saturday. and today, across the southeast, we're closely watching the storm that could become something tropical. jacqui: good morning, washington. we've got a nice day to l look forward to. after patchy fog this morning we will sesee partly cloudy skskies this afternoonith y conditions and are high temperature around 80 degrees. >> all right. who is a "scandal" fan? "scandal" fans unite. we have a special sneak peek for you. take a look at what is now.
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>> is he talking? >> he'll talk i promise. quinn's just getting into a groove. >> how long until my father calls him? >> standard operating procedure says you check in every ten hours. when he does call we're prepared to trace it. pinpoint his location. >> the second we pick up the. the second he realizes it's been compromised. >> then this countdown begins. >> always juicy. a minisneak peek. you can catch an extended sneak peek at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. watch the whole episode tonight at 9:00. right here on abc. george back to you. next, michael and mariah.
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people more than $500. >> all right, everybody. welcome back. now to an and exclusive. we got a backstage pass to ma rye wra carey's new las vegas show mariah number one to infinity. the daring deef have a is kick off a new chapter of her life as a single mom. she taught me a thing or two about hitting the high notes. this is hot. >> just kidding. just kidding. ♪ like ♪
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♪ honey ♪ >> reporter: attention sin city. there's a new diva in town. ♪ ♪ more and more ♪ >> reporter: mariah carey kicking off her next chapter with a larger than life show and album. number 1 to infinity. >> this is inspired by you. throw me on touch my body. >> reporter: we got the exclusive backstage pass up close and personal like you have never seen her before. ♪ i will carry you arewhere you want to do ♪ congratulations on your new album. >> it's like a clean slate. not just a show. it's the album. number 1 to infinity. the show, number 1 to infinity. it's the place i'm at in my life. a brand-new moment. >> you do quite a few shows. you hit the high notes. the notes that i try to -- >> we have to wake up in the
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morning and do exercises. you have to go from low the high. >> teach me. >> can you go -- it's very good. we can work on it. >> i think the gap lets more air in than it should. is there that could help you, though, too? >> really? her new single inif i tyfi infinity an anthem for love lost. nick posted something nice. saying he's so proud of you. loves the new song. you are the hardest working woman in show business. and that must make you -- >> it's hard e now. because as a single mom, it's not like oh i'm going out tonight to do this and that. on rare occasion, i will. it's much more about watching movies with the kids and having fun and reading stories. >> reporter: 4-year-old twins moroccan and monroe joining her on the new vegas journey. are they able to take this in as well? >> they do. monroe took the mike. she wanted her own mike. she said i love microphones.
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rocky is -- he loves music. >> reporter: you have set the bar for how to co-parent. what have experiences taught you? >> the most important thing is how the kids grow up. they're human beings. they have to be treated as such. they're sensitive. they're going the feel tension. it's not about how i deal with anything. it's about how they're going the feel after the day is over. >> reporter: what she's not playing mommy -- ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ >> reporter: -- she's center stage. performing all 18 number one singles night after night. this is hot. i love this pink thunderbird. >> strikerdezind it for me. >> reporter: what number does this roll out? >> it's graham loven. part of dream lovin'. >> he just sent this in from
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paris. we have all different dezirns. this is the set list. i don't want you to see the whole thing yet. no reveal. oh close. >> only people in the show like mariah and myself know the set list. don't try to ruin our show. it will be phenomenal. u're phenomenal. >> oh thank you, darling. >> i'm coming to see your show. i'll be screaming, mariah look at me! >> you've got it. all right. >> she was awesome. great to see her. 18 number ones. the only artist that's ever done that. >> her kids get a nice happy birthday. you should hear the happy birthday we sing. >> ours is just like that. >> thank you, michael. >> my pleasure. a lot of fun. tickets are on sale for mariah's number 1 to infinity. see more tonight on "nightline."
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coming up kerry washington dishing on "scandal's" finale. find out why
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okay let's just admit it. gladiators are going through a little "scandal" withdrawal. a new episode airs tonight. we're delighted to have our good
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friend, kerry washington. i won't try to get anything out of you. >> i can't say a thing without losing my job. >> on a scale of 1 to 10 what is the omg factor? >> when we had the table read for the episode, when erp done i turned to shop da ed toed to shonda how do we survive from here? >> the last time we saw your character, looking for love in all the wrong places again. >> all the wrong places. olivia. if she had a good shrink the show would suffer. i'm philadelphia she has her personal issues. >> so you and bellamy. >> we interviewed each other. >> we're going to put you in the hot seat. >> what does your husband think of olivia pope? >> oh dear. >> it's olivia. >> what does my husband think of olivia pope? i have never asked. i will tonight. [ laughter ] >> who should fits grow old
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with you or me? >> here's the thing. tony goldwyn sleeps in a freezer. because he's never going to grow old. >> there is an undeniable chemistry with the entire cast. >> we love each other so much. he'll eat a doughnut before a love scene. all the girls are juicing and doing cardio and hiking. he's sitting on the side eating a doughnut and his wash board abs are just there. >> mother's day is coming up. and your little one is a year old. >> she just turned a year. this will be my second mother's day. the first one was a bit of a blur. >> do you see some of your mom in you. >> every time my mom sarks you're such a good mom, i cannot hold on. because she's such an awesome mom. when she see that in me i feel honored. >> the work you're doing as a brand ambassador for neutrogena
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because i hear winter is behind us. >> skin cancer is the most preventible cancer. yet every year more independence dents of skin cancer than colon, lung prostate and breast cancer combined. neutrogena has a wonderful initiative buy one, donate one. anytime you buy one product with spf, we donate one to family in need. >> i do have to talk about the fashion. >> we have to admit. we called each other. let's do an orange thing today. i wish. i wish. >> i have you on speed dial. thank you, kerry. all the best. continued blessings. t.j.i.t. baby. brapd-new episode. 9:00 8:00 stall. right here on wó
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our tough mothers taking on tough mudder. mudderella course all morning long. nearing the finish line. jesse, bring us up to speed. >> they are. here at mudderella they save the most difficult for last. this is called wheels in motion. the lowest success race of any of the obstacles we saw today. six tires in a lane. staggered between two and four feet off the ground. only three ropes hold the tires. they're ekt treatmently rickety.
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it's very tiflt to keel their plans throughout this obstacle. you have to be careful. you have to watch your footing. the tires will all be swinging when each of them get on. what's great about mudderella it's about the team work. and you see as each team leader finishes their respective obstacle they turn around and they're cheering on their teammates to make it to the finish line. we have seen so much heart. so much grit today. here at mudderella. these truly are some of the toughest mothers in the entire country. having fun. we have our first participants now. crossing the finish line. where they're greeted by their friends. by their family members. they've got children. they've got their husbands that have been here cheering them on. now, of course it's time to get some swag. we have sashes. we're handing out mud-soaked roses to the leaders. of our different teams. i handed out roses before.
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it's a little bit different environment back then. it's been a tremendous day here at mudderella. lots of cheers. again. tough, tough challenge. for some of the you have thetoughest mothers in the world. can't wait for the live event on saturday. over 15,000 participants will be here. back to you. >> all right, jesse. that one fantastic. they did a great job. you did a great job. boy, those mothers are so tough. great to watch. one mother will get an amazing surprise tomorrow from garth brooks. >> he's going to sing "mom." going to knock on the door. will it be your door? find out tomorrow. have a great day, everybody.
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jummy: good thursday morning let's take a look at your forecast. jacqui: we will have lots of sunshine and the ogg we have been dealing with in the shenandoah is pretty much over with. -- and the fog we have been dealing with in the shenandoah's pretty much over with. we've got 59 degrees at dulles and 60 at quantico and 60 in
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hagerstown and annapolis is 61 degrees. we will make it into the 70's by the lunch hour in the high temperature will be 80 degrees in will feel better than yesterday. they humidity will creep up toward the weekend with a chance of showers and thunderstorms early next week. angela: you are tied up if you're trying to get into the district on 395 at the 14th street bridge. there are too late accidents on the freeway, they just reopened the center lane and still locking the left lane between the 11th street ridge and m street southeast britt the dulles toll road is not to baguette spring hill road but to accidents are near the fairfax anti-parkway. -- fairfax county parkway. the alert for those delays. outer loop delays as you pass pennsylvania avenue with a crashing greenbelt. jummy: the d.c. council will hold a roundtable today on how to expand the use of body
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cameras in the police department. the meeting begins at 2:00 p.m. in the wilson building and is open to the public. filming begins in a sober in a true crime drama called " the worst marriage in georgetown." it's about the murder of socialite viola draft by her much younger husband. that does it for us. the news continues on "good morning washington" live on news channel 8.
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