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good morning america. a massive hailstorm hits the south. pummeling cars, pools and homes. even closing schools. as a lightning bolt takes down a church. the rain now spreads from the gulf coast to the northeast and millions are preparing for a messy commute. a major warning from the nation's top health officials about zika. now saying the virus is much scarier than they thought. and could spread much farther here in the u.s. as many as 30 states now in the danger zone. our dr. general ashton live on the urgent call for action. new polls show donald trump and hillary clinton with big leads in their home state. donald trump is talking running mates like marco rubio and john kasich as hillary clinton attacks bernie sanders. >> i have noticed that under the bright spotlight and scrutiny here in new york,
sanders has had trouble answering questions. >> but she faces backlash over a joke. ♪ nobody nobody and watch out. the tourist testing out a new camera. gets a little too close to the shot. his amazing near miss also caught on camera ♪ and good morning, america. how much is that shot worth to you? >> he turns around and starts taking more photos like he didn't even miss a beat. >> that's an expensive haircut, dude. >> you're in st. barts. get away from the airport. go to the beach. >> it is a dangerous airport. >> oh, you been -- told on yourself. wow. he's been to st. barts. a lot of headlines to get to but the severe weather hitting the south. a massive hailstorm in texas, closing schools there. and taking a look at this church on fire from a lightning
abc's phillip mena is there. good morning, phillip. >> robin, good morning. the remains of this church are still smoldering this morning. not much left of it. just piles of lumber and twisted metal and bricks and, you know, the same storm system that brought this fire also raining down ice over in texas. overnight a massive hailstorm raining down hard. in texas, hailstones pounding and destroying dozens of vehicles. >> oh, my god. >> windows getting smashed as drivers try to navigate the treacherous conditions. >> my vehicle. >> reporter: this cadillac looks like someone took a baseball bat to it. some cars' owners placing boards across their cars to prevent this. check out this backyard outside of dallas. huge splashes as hail pummels the pool. in denton, texas, hazardous conditions causing drivers to pull off highways and wait out the massive hailstorm
just cars hail wreaked havoc on. homes and buildings suffering damage. broken window, water leaks and roof damage. people posting pictures of the grapefruit-size wrecking balls and in southern arkansas, a possible lightning bolt is being blamed for destroying this church. there were also storm-related fires at a home and an oil rig in the area. the pastor says that he hopes to rebuild. but he is just thankful that no one was inside this church when the storm hit. george. >> look, phillip, thanks very much. to rob marciano for more on where the storms are headed. >> more pictures out of texas, plano, winds gusting here. i don't think i've ever seen such a widespread damaging large hail event across much of texas. even some schools closed. tonight another round of severe weather for san antonio potentially, in through austin and leading edge is all the way up into the northeast. look at the rain up the i-95 corridor.
through the afternoon. i can't believe the size of some of these hailstones. really incredible. >> thank you. now to a big health alert about the zika virus. top government health officials sounding the alarm this morning saying the virus is, quote, scarier than they thought and could spread through more of the u.s. than previously believed. they initially thought 12 states were at risk but now that number growing to 30 and fears it it could rise as the temperature heats up. here's what offs had to say. >> everything we look at with this virus seems to be a bit scarier than we initially thought. >> the more and more we learn, the more and more you get concerned of the scope of what this virus is doing. >> joining us now with abc's chief women's health correspondent dr. jen ashton. i know you're very concerned about this. when you hear top health officials using the word like scarier what's the growing concern here? >> well, i mean first of all there are more questions than answers at this time, robin. as you heard the kays in the u.s. are up although that is still associated with travel
there are 4 million babies born in this country every year. so the potential for a lot of people to be affected by this is there and for the country's top doctors to use this kind of language is very significant. >> we've heard about the small brain size but what more are we learning? >> we know that zika can affect all stages in pregnancy and think that it also affects the placenta, can affect stillbirth, miscarriage, pregnancy loss and affect the central nervous system. this looks like a very bad actor. >> what are you telling your patients ask. >> i have several pregnant patients right now in their first trimester. control the things you can control. if you can delay or avoid going to the caribbean right now, do so. and then it's all about minimizing exposure, maximizing prevention, especially as we get into the summer months, cover up and use pocket repellant. >> as you said summer is just about here. >> it's concerning to obstetricians, women, pregnant people, everyone in the country. >> keep an eye on this one. we move on
big vote in new york just seven days away. a new poll shows hillary clinton with a double-digit lead and sanders pushes hard for an youset and cecilia vega tracking it all. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is what's at stake in new york. there are more delegates up for grabs here than all of the last five contests combined. both sides need to win here. this morning, the candidates are putting their new york street cred front and center. bernie sanders overnight celebrating his new york roots. >> i honestly cannot believe how many people are here tonight. >> reporter: while hillary clinton is taking on two opponents simultaneously, donald trump. >> he says we should punish women who have abortions. >> there has to be some form of punishment. >> reporter: and sanders. >> i think i can both walk and chew gum at the same time. >> reporter: and now vice president joe biden asked about a woman in the oval office, his answer -- >> there's no problem. we'll be able to elect a woman
>> reporter: his aides stepped in. >> that's it. >> that's okay. they're both qualified. overwhelmingly qualified to be president. >> reporter: this morning it's one of clinton's new york events making big headlines. taking the stage over the weekend with mayor bill de blasio and a character from the hit broadway show "hamilton." their comedy skit drawing groans from the audience. >> thanks for the endorsement, bill. took you long enough. >> sorry, hillary. i was running a cp time. >> that's not -- i don't like jokes like that, bill. that's not -- >> cautious politician time. i've been there. >> reporter: cp time meaning colored people's time. overnight the mayor whose wife is african-american telling cnn it was all a joke.
it was a scripted show. every actor involved including hillary clinton and leslie odom jr. thought it was a joke on a different convention. i think people are missing the point here. >> reporter: and de blasio's office says the only person this comment was meant to mock was the mayor that no one intended to offend anyone. the only official comment that we've received from hillary clinton's team is in response to that de blasio comment saying, robin, we agree with the mayor. >> all right there. thank you, cecilia. now to the republicans. a new poll showing donald trump with a big lead here in new york. the primary just a week away. abc's jon karl is in albany, new york, with the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, donald trump does have a commanding lead here in his home state but he is complaining loudly about a republican primary process he says is corrupt and crooked. in the heart of new york state an energetic crowd for
son donald trump. ♪ but even as thousands cheer him on, trump is fuming. >> they said we'll do it by delegate. they said they'll do it by delegate. oh, isn't that nice? >> reporter: after getting shut out of delegates in colorado which held a convention instead of a primary, the republican front-runner is on a war path. >> because if i go to the voters of colorado, we win colorado. so, it's a crooked, crooked system. >> reporter: trump even tweeted this video of a man in colorado burning his republican party registration. >> i've been a republican all my life, but i will never be a republican again. >> reporter: and he's saying the system is even rigged against democrat bernie sanders. >> bernie wins here, bernie wins there but he can't win and i say, oh, it's rigged just like ours. it's rigged. it's disgusting. >> reporter: but trump didn't show up in colorado and his campaign has been
by team cruz in mobilizing grassroots volunteers. cruz is now taunting trump on twitter writing #whiningisn'twinning. >> done nast has been yelling and screaming. a lot of whining. i'm sure some cursing. and some late night fevered tweeting. when people vote against him they're stealing the election. it's a really odd notion. well, what is this democracy of which you speak? >> reporter: and trump says he's starting to think about vice presidential running mates and innance interview he floated names of people he says he likes including john kasich, scott walker and, get this, his old nemesis marco rubio. george. >> i guess they'll let bygones be bygones.
about the delegate process, this is just the beginning. when it many coulds to fighting for them just about anything goes. >> well, absolutely. and you know, george, i faulted donald trump's campaign, if he doesn't make the 1,237 delegates it hasn't because he's put together a professional campaign and grown in the course of this but i think donald trump is right about this. this system is rigged and that doesn't mean it's crooked or corrupt but it is rigged. it's rigged in a way just like wall street is rigged. just like many other things are rigged. to me it's a lot like stealing signs in baseball. it's not against the rules but it is a rigged system that gives advantages to one person over another. >> well, both parties want to give advantages -- want the delegates to give advantages to the established candidates and that's where you have the superdelegates on the democratic side. meantime, you're about to see a big win for donald trump here and it's a big delegate prize here in new york. >> well, i think this is a huge thing for donald trump. he has suffered some loss, as you know, recently in the course of this but has the capacity if the polls are right which they
single delegate out of new york and then go into the next five states in a very good position to pick up a lot of delegates. it's not out of the question, i know that we've been talking a lot about contested conventions and it is highly likely but if donald trump puts a series of victories together starting with new york he has still a capacity to put this away before the conventions. >> still has the chance. on the democratic side you can't say it's must win for both sides. >> yeah, i think it is must win for different reasons. it's not math must win for hillary clinton. it's sort of save her reputation. she has to win her home state but bernie sanders needs to win this state, new york, to change the conversation. he's got a math problem against him. if he wins new york it totally changes the conversation in the course of this. >> okay, matt dowd, thanks very much. >> one week to go, george. all right. now the latest on the killing of will smith. his former coach for the saints, sean payton speaking out and new surveillance video that appears to show the moment that led to the shoot-out as
to determine what really happened and abc's ryan smith is on the scene in new orleans. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, robin. mourners have been paying their respects stopping by this memorial, even shedding tears as they pay their respects to will smith who was gunned down just feet away. as they grieve, new surveillance video set shed ago a new light on this, an alleged hit-and-run happening moments before the shooting. overnight abc news obtaining new surveillance video seemingly shedding light on the deadly road rage shooting death of former nfl star will smith. watch closely. on this surveillance footage provided to abc news by a restaurant two blocks from the scene of the shooting this hummer resembling the police's description of the shooter's vehicle appears to stop suddenly, seemingly bumped by a car matching smith's mercedes suv. then as the hummer appears to pull over the suv speeding off, seconds later, the hummer apparently following.
hayes' lawyer says he was not the aggressor in the fatal shooting just minutes later. >> prior to the action that is led to mr. smith's death my client was involved in a hit-and-run, someone hit him. the person failed to pull over. my client trailed behind the person in an effort to get their license plate number. my client also called 911 while he's on the phone with 911 that's when the three-car accident occurs. >> reporter: police claiming the 28-year-old hayes shot smith several times in the torso and back. after the two exchanged words during an altercation, over hayes bumping his hummer into smith's suv at the crime scene. and smith's wife caught in the gunfire. heard here screaming in pain. >> i need an ambulance. my leg has been shot. >> reporter: with hayes right there being handcuffed and with his client now behind bars on $1 million bail, hayes' attorney laying the groundwork for his client's defense. are you s
threatened by the presence of something smith had or someone in his party had? >> everybody out there had -- >> by smith? >> by someone other than mr. hayes. >> reporter: hayes has been charged with second degree murder and has not yet entered a plea but smith's killing adding to the conversation about guns in america. sean peyton advocating for more gun control saying in an interview, quote, 200 years from now they'll look back and say, what was this madness all about? robin. >> yeah, coach peyton was very outspoken. to amy with the morning's other top stories starting with a major bank heist. >> the bank heist right here in new york city and it looked like it was straight out of a movie. the thieves opened an access hatch on the roof then cut a hole in the ceiling of the vault. once inside, they made off with $280,000 cash and looted the safe deposit boxes, cameras did not record a thing. no alarm sounded. leading some to suspect this was an inside job.
carolina police officer has been sentenced to three years probation for fatally shooting a suspect. newly released video shows officer justin craven shooting into the car of 68-year-old earnest sat terwhite. the officer said satterwhite tried to grab his gun. well, a school police officer in san antonio seen slamming a 12-year-old girl to the ground has been fired. school officials say he initially reported the incident as an accidental fall. crash tests out this morning show the ford f-150 is the only full-size truck to earn a top rating from the insurance industry. other trucks rated lower for not protecting the crash dummies' legs. finally, well, this was a little too close for comfort. a tourist taking pictures on st. barts came within a hair and i mean a hair of getting hit by a landing plane. the man ducking just in time. the plane's wheels actually grazing his hand. but you see without missing a beat he justep
his pictures. that airport is considered one of the most dangerous in the world and the man who was videoing him taking the photograph said it hit my hand, he was yelling it and i don't think he realized -- >> how about yelling, get out of the way. >> more appropriate. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. all right, want to turn to a big rescue after a 17-year-old was lost at sea. her fun family kayak trip taking a dramatic turn quickly becoming a life-or-death situation. this night vision camera shows 17-year-old carolyn o'neill lost and alone in her kayak fighting for survival in the waters near tampa, florida. lost at sea for eight hours trying to balance her kayak with both hands after a ship blew past her and knocked her paddle into the sea. her kayak heading straight for the gulf of mexico. the teen who originally set out on the trip with her mom and sister fell a bit behind them then lost her paddle. >> when like the sun starting setting and nighttim
scared. i didn't think anyone would see me. >> reporter: originally only wearing a swimsuit she put on two life jackets to keep warm. >> it looked like there were sharks or something and i got kind of freaked out. >> reporter: shortly before 10 p.m., the coast guard finally locating karlin bringing her to safety. treated for mild hypothermia and will be just fine. thank goodness and the coast guard karlin did all the right things particularly staying calm which they said kept her alive. >> how she did that, lara, thank you. rob, cooler temps. >> not quite as cold as early in the week. cold enough to put out freeze and frost warnings across parts of the midwest. these are windchills looking at the 30s and 20s so certainly after the warmer temps today it will get cool behind this front and warming up towards the weekend.
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expected at lunchtime for today. tomorrow, cooler than today. staying in the 50s, lots of sunshine. nice, warming trend to warm out the week. above average by the end of the weekend. a dry spell expected after today. >> reporter: heeding through the morning to get to the sunshine, a with it of a struggle for most motorists, southbound i270. no accident activity to report but the drive time certainly going to tie you up making your trip from father hurley boulevard all the way to the i270 spur. we're looking at almost an hour drive. mean time, interstate 95 is where we have the heavier problems this morning. crash is cleared in newington sometime ago, but still a stop and go pace. >> 18-year old suspect under a rest facing charges for the deadly starting for a 15 years old. sources tell abc7 a fight broke out between the suspect and victim.
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boy, do you hear that? massive hail. overnight tearing through the south hitting car, homes, closing schools and now rain spreading from the gulf coast to the north ice. also right now, cdc and other health officials sounding the alarm about squeak kasaying it's scarier than they thought and could spread to 30 states in the u.s. as temperatures warm up. donald trump is making headlines this morning talking about running mates saying he'd consider marco rubio or john kasich as a new poll shows he has a big lead in new york, the primary just a week away. and ginger zee, our belle of the ball on "dancing with the stars." wow, she put an incredible show last night. performing "beauty and the beast" with val. they're joins us live so are the booted couple, i'm sorry to
marla maples and tony dovolani. can't wait to hear from them as well. we'll begin with the father on trial this morning charged with killing his son. accused of intentionally leaving the toddler in a hot car for hours while he exchanged explicit messages with women. abc's gio benitez is here with the latest. good morning, gio. >> reporter: robin, good morning. sure to be an emotional case talking about a little boy left alone in that car for seven hours. his dad says it was an accident. but prosecutors say it was murder. this morning the case of a little boy's death that shocked the nation heading back to court. lawyers selecting a jury from a pool of more than 500 people for the trial of justin ross harris. the father charged with murdering his 22-month-old baby boy by leaving him in a hot suv. >> we looked forward to the case running its course and ultimately justice being served this this matter. >> reporter: 35-year-old harris charged with murder and
cruelty pleaded not guilty claiming his son's death was an accident that cooper died of heatstroke in 2014 and accide accidentally left him in the backseat of his suv outside of his atlanta area office for seven hours on a summer day with temperatures soaring to 90 degrees. >> cooper's death was a horrible gut-wrenching accident. >> kept saying what have i done? what have i done. >> reporter: but prosecutors painting a very different picture, one of a double life. investigators claim that as cooper sat in that hot suv, harris was in his office exchanging sexually explicit messages with other women who were not his wife including a 16-year-old girl. >> while that baby was out there, he was showing pictures of his private parts to other people. >> police say just days before his death harris watched videos about hot car deaths online and even allegedly searched how to survive in prison, just two
for divorce but as cooper's mom her attorneys say she will testify and intends to defend her ex-husband. >> she has never wavered and thinks ross did not do this intentionally. whether he was sexting or whatever the salacious allegations are, it was not purposeful. that he left cooper in the car. >> reporter: and jury selection could take as long as two weeks. the father faces those murder and child cruelty charges but he's also charged for some of necessary explicit messages that day with a minor. it's a complicated case. >> it is. joining us now abc news chief legal analyst dan abrams to help us break it down. we heard gio talking about the jury selection. what are both sides looking for. >> if you're the defense you want jurors that won't prejudge him based on his sexting, they tried to get that part separated from the murder charge. the judge wouldn't have it. so, you need jurors who are going to be able to separate out
he kill child. you might want someone more liberal if you're the defense. for the prosecution, i'd want parents of young children. i'd want parents of children this age to say, how could you possibly forget your child in a hot car? so that they simply would never believe that that could happen? >> as you said, the judge is going to allow this other evidence about him to be played in. what's that going to do. >> look, that's the motive. the prosecutors are going to argue that his motive was he wanted to move on with his life. he had these other women. that his child was an impediment, et cetera, but it was a huge win for the prosecution that they're able to try these cases together because by saying that's the motive, it certainly doesn't make him look like a good guy at all and that's going to be a real challenge for the defense. >> and, okay, another challenge for the defense, basically saying it was a horrible mistake. >> that's right.
accident. and this is where the legal standard is critical. proof beyond a reasonable doubt. >> right. >> they're going to have to prove, the prosecution, that he did this on purpose, that it was intentional and that's going to be the challenge in a lot will be watching. all right, dan, thank you. we move on to that airport meltdown caught on camera. you see this enraged mom lashing out because a flight delay was ruining her family's dream vacation. that delay eventually closed in on 12 hours and abc's david kerley is at reagan national airport with the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. we've all felt that frustration of a plane not getting there in time but in this case, bad weather, the runways were shut down but that didn't stop one woman from letting airport workers know what she thought. angry passengers surrounded the counter, where is their plane. >> if there's no flight just say there's no flight. >> reporter: this just discovered video shows a frustrated crowd waiting for a 9 p.m. flight from laguardia to miami on american airlines. >> i'm getting everyone's name here because
[ bleep ]. >> reporter: but the flight wouldn't end up leaving until almost 9:00 the next morning. one woman fearing she and her two children might miss a disney cruise was not going quietly. >> don't give me this [ bleep ]. you're all going to pay for my disney cruise and you'll pay for everything else here. >> reporter: but laguardia on that night was shut down because of strong winds. the jet they were waiting for had to circle to the south and told to divert to philadelphia. >> sitting here since 8:00. with a 9-year-old who's waiting for her vacation and my 13-year-old. >> reporter: and finally the jet arrives but the crew has worked so many hours that according to regulation they can't fly to miami so everyone had to wait until the next morning. even a passenger advocate says, you can't blame the airline. >> i hate to defend airlines as the consumer advocate all the time but when they've got airline weather-related problems, it messes up their en
>> reporter: now, here is what we've learned about this flight. it got into miami the next day and disney says everybody that was booked on its cruise ship got on the ship so apparently the mother and children made that trip on the disney cruise line. one last thing to you, george and robin, the woman who released this video was kind of mad at american airlines but online people seemed to be saying the woman kind of went a little bit too far in berating some of those counters. >> no doubt she went to far but you also realize and i know you know this. you travel aviation as well. you save up a lot of money a lot of years for a trip. it does not defend what she did at all but you can understand her frustration. >> glad she got on the cruise. the first ladies club. the new book out making big claims about a rivalry between michelle obama and hillary clinton. and a warning about dating in the digital age. a mom of three disappears after meeting a man online. police make an arrest overnight.
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back now at 7:41 with first lady bombshells. it's about everyone from jacqueline kennedy to michelle obama and claims michelle obama and hillary clinton have a bit of a feud. abc's david wright is with us with details. good morning, david. >> good morning, lara. powerful women who have in some ways a thankless job. their husbands get to be commanders in chief and they're expected to be housewives in chief. ♪ >> think of this book as real housewives of 1600 pennsylvania avenue. dishing the dirt about the world's most exclusive sorority. that's how kate anderson brower describes "first women." >> it's through this door that all the heads of state come and this is where the president meets them. >> reporter: a sorority complete with a hazing ritual, the transitional tour from one first lady to another. the book says not always a friendly affair. but it's the new details about michelle obama
clinton that are especially interesting. >> i suppose i could have stayed home and baked cookies and had tea but what i decided to do was fulfill my profession. >> reporter: both accomplished professional women of their own right going in. >> do you see yourself more of a first lady like laura bush or more like hillary clinton? >> you know, i try to stay away from those comparisons. >> reporter: according to the book mrs. obama never forgave ms. clinton for the way she mocked her husband during the 2008 campaign. >> the sky will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing. >> reporter: there is a reason why there were no couples dinners when hillary was a frequent guest at the obama white house, the book insists. and while michelle obama has said america is ready for a woman president -- >> i have no doubt that we will see a woman in the oval office very soon. >> reporter: the book claims she actually wanted joe biden to run
one former adviser tells the author mrs. obama's not wild about either clinton saying, quote, i don't want to say she's looking down her nose at them but she kind of is. stephen colbert asked her what advice she might give the possible future first gentleman. >> i would say follow your passion. just be you. >> i think he does. >> i think he would. >> in that interview mrs. obama said she is counting the days till she can leave the fish bowl. this is not an easy job and the book says that she passes the time at the end of a long day by watching "real housewives of atlanta." >> she has long days. >> she does. she does a lot of good work too. coming up on "good morning america," where are we? there we go. thank you, everybody. they say lightning never strikes twice. how about five types for one lucky baseball fan. his lucky day at the park. how he did it coming up next on "gma." e the whole day to sell their old car and buy a new one...
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we always cheer when t.j. holmes is here. >> look at that. robin said she's cheering when i come on tv. can you imagine though being a kid in the stands. all you want is a souvenir ball and watch this grown man catch ball after ball after ball but turns out he is somewhat of a foul ball philanthropist and everything he catches he giveth it away. >> we've seen baby catches. beer catches. his beer. how about that. >> reporter: even between the leg catches. >> what's going on down there. >> but overnight fans went wild for 39-year-old bill dugan when he caught not one, not two, not even three. >> there's three. >> reporter: but five at the detroit tiger home opener against the pittsburgh pirates. the tigers season ticket holder gave all five balls away to thankful kids nearby. social media called him a wizard, sticky fingers and lucky guy.
>> same guy. is it? >> reporter: the lucky guy felt so lucky he went to a casino after the game. >> i placed money on 5 thinking 5 was a lucky number catching 5 balls however i won twice lost twice and came out even. >> reporter: would you believe dugan says he's actually gone home with more than five baseballs. >> i did manage to get eight one time four during batting practice and four during the game. >> reporter: the odds of catching a fall ball 1 in 600 depending on the ballpark. what's his secret. >> go behind home plate anywhere especially at comerica park. >> he says he has 200, 300 foul balls at the house from being a season ticket holder over the years. >> 200 or 300. >> he should play the lottery. >> he did already. there's a thing about luck. it runs out. >> eventually it does. >> it's true. it's true. >> we'll be right back. ♪ coming up, "gma's" spring concert series presented by hilton.com. stop cli
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>> anchor: great day, maybe not all day. here is jacqui jeras with your forecast. >> reporter: a wet start across the region this morning. sunshine and dry roads for the drive home. temperatures warmest in the early morning hours for today. then a cold front moves through, helping to clear the skies out. it will drop us back into the 50s here, around 56 degrees expected at lunchtime for today. tomorrow, cooler than today. staying in the 50s, lots of sunshine. nice, warming trend to warm out the week. above average by the end of the weekend. a dry spell expected after today. >> reporter: a if i can queening at the tuesday morning morning, george washington parkway, southbound traffic crawling to the arlington memorial bridge. just past 123. a live look at interstate 66 passing the fairfax county parkway. off and on heavy pockets of slow
traffic. toward the capital beltway. fairfax county parkway struggling this morning, second crash in burke. be alert for police direction there. the latest distraction on the capital beltway in forestville, inner loop between ritchie marlboro road at pennsylvania avenue t extent has been moved to the shoulder. jammed back to 202. >> anchor: thank you. 18-year old suspect is under arrest and facing charges for the deadly stabbing of a 15-year old at the dean wood metro station on monday. sources tell abc7 a fight broke out between the suspect and the victim. this deadly incident comes just a couple of weeks after another 15-year old was shot and killed at this same station. a news conference about the new arrests set for 10:00 a.m. and we'll bring it to you live on news channel 8. a high speed chase overnight in dc ends with 3 people in jail. this all started with an armed carjacking, just before 1:30 this morning on pennsylvania avenue near minnesota avenue in sites. 30 minutes
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and a mom of three disappears after meeting a man she met online. there is an arrest in the case overnight as police are around the country issue safety warnings to online daters. ♪ also this morning, dazzling on the dance floor, our ginger, the belle of the ballroom. >> undoubtedly for me the best dance this season. >> topping the leaderboard with val now and peta with an electrifying samba. huanhujua wanya and jesse is taking us behind the scenes. high healed detox. victoria beckham says she's kibing off her heels in favor of flats. should you follow in her footsteps. one week no heels. "glamour"
puts it to the test. all that and "barbershop"'s cedric the entertainer and regina hall as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ you know that song "best day of my life" from the american authors. great to have them here. new song. and there they are, tony dovolani and marla maples fresh from the ballroom last night. >> they're still dancing. she did a nice job last night. i hate to see her go. >> you could tell tony was really shocked. they thought they would be there a little longer and ginger zee, our ginger zee and val, yes, congratulations. they're tie atop the leaderboard. 9, 9. i mean, len took his happy pills. but it was like watching
broadway -- >> it's true. so professional. so we will talk to all four coming up in just a little bit. >> yeah, we're also going from dancing shoes to daily shoes. victory beckham. inspiration was differing her heels after years in high heels and can't do it anymore so we decided to give it a try and teamed one "glamour" magazine's editor in chief for a week-long high heel detox. what you can learn. >> looking forward it that but now the morning rundown from amy. >> as i ran in my high heels. a new poll shows donald trump and hillary clinton holding double-digit leads over their rivals here in new york. one week before the crucial primary and trump already talking potential running mates saying he would consider marco rubio or john kasich. kasich saying he's not interested. meanwhile, ted cruz accuses trump of whining after he complained that the delegate selection process is corrupt. hillary clinton also sharpening her attacks going after bernie sanders and donald trump. more than half the money spent
on negative ads during this campaign has been directed at trump. well, parts of the south are cleaning up after more extreme weather. hailstones the size of softballs fell near dallas. damaging homes and cars. even forcing some schools to close today because of all the damage. in arkansas, lightning is blamed for sparking a fire that destroyed this church. thankfully no one was injured. well, a new warning about the danger of online dating this morning. a man under arrest after a seattle mother was found dead. friends say she was planning to go on a date with someone she met online. abc's diane macedo has the story. >> reporter: overnight an arrest made in connection with this seattle mother of three's disappearance. 37-year-old john charlton has been arrested in a homicide investigation after police found body parts in a recycling bin. >> all the evidence leads in the direction of that particular victim. >> reporter: authorities say it's likely the remains belong to 40-year-old ingrid lyne who has been missing since friday. lyne's friends told her she had planned to go on a date with
as millions turn to the internet to meet their matches police around the country are issuing safety warnings to online daters. just this november criminals in boston used fake online dating profiles to identify robbery targets getting women to agree to meet them for a dinner date at home then robbing them at gunpoint when they arrived and dangerous catfishing encounters taking place all over the country. >> i was basically prey for him. >> reporter: rebecca went online looking for love and ended up alone with a convicted sex offender. >> he became sexually aggressive. >> reporter: it was only after they met she found out about his criminal record. safety and self-defense expert jared author says we're becoming so used to meeting people online we're forgetting to follow basic precautions when it comes to meeting them in person. one thing she recommends doing is called a reverse image search of their profile photo. if it is attached to any other names on the internet that's a red flag. for "good morning america," diane macedo, abc news, new york. >> well, today is national equal
that symbolizes just how long into the new year women have to work to earn the same salary that men made last year. president obama is marking the day by designating a national monument to women's equality in washington. well, finally, jimmy kimmel is drawing some parallels between the presidential race and the upcoming captain america movie. he said both feature former friends who are now enemies and sometimes ago like cartoon characters. he introduced a spoof movie trailer with some familiar faces. take a look. >> big money buys the elections. >> i'm really rich. i'll show you that. >> does not have a super pac. >> i'm in for about $35 million right now. >> can i finish plea if excuse me. >> excuse me. >> i'm talking. >> bing, bing, bong, bong. >> hillary clinton also makes an appearance along with ben carson as spider-man. there's a lot
this campaign. i think we can all agree with that. >> pretty good. >> that's one thing we can all agree on that. the "morning menu" with lara. >> thank you, robin. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." high healed detox. obviously not right now but "glamour"'s editor in chief trying out flats in the name of fashion. how you can ditch your heels, still look great, save your feet. and "barbershop" star regina hall is with us, also we'll be with cedric the entertainer, we'll talk about their new movie coming up. outside, see you in a bit. we'll see marla and tony fresh from the ballroom. they did a great job. didn't make the cut. we'll talk about your performance, about the experience, hi, tony. talk about ginger. >> yes. >> she was great. >> we love our ginger. all that coming up on "good morning america" in a rain yp times square but sunny right here.
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>> reporter: and backstage, a very special meeting with belle before her spin around the dance floor. to "beauty and the beast" my favorite disney movie of all time. you look just like belle. >> i've been singing in the shower for a long time but so have you. ♪ look there she goes isn't she dream?" >> reporter: bewitching them with their foxtrot. >> the belle of the ball. >> the dressing of musicality and style, undoubtedly for me the best dance this season. >> wow! [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: "the beauty and the beast" tied for first page with paige and mark dancing a "toy story" quickstep. ♪ you got a friend in me >> reporter: hot on their tails nyle and peta with a tarzan-inspired samba. >> the lord of the jungle is now the lord of the dance. ♪
>> reporter: but it wasn't enough to keep prancing predators at bay. second place was shared with wayna and lindsay. >> no matter how your heart -- >> reporter: a cinderella story from von miller with a viennese waltz fit for a king getting praise from zendaya. >> you were prince charming. >> what's harder, sacking quarterbacks, catching touchdown organization "dancing with the stars"? >> this is definitely more challenging than playing football. >> i just don't want him mad at me on the football field. >> reporter: not everyone getting their fairy tale ending. >> a bit slippery when wet. >> reporter: donald trump's former leading lady sent home after channeling her inner mermaid despite her past experience dressing up with daughter tiffany trump. >> tony and her have just pushed themselves to the limit an i couldn't be more proud of her truly, truly. >> reporter: for "good morning america," jesse palmer, abc news, los angeles. ♪
sadly marla and tony had to say their good-byes from the ballroom but you're here with us this morning and let me tell you something, amy robach and i were there for the debut and we came back singing your praises. we absolutely thought you were beautiful throughout and so graceful. 50 and fabulous. >> thank you. >> embracing it. you were really shocked. >> i was stunned. i have to say for the first time in 21 seasons where i actually did not expect this at all. you know, because we had such a great journey she was growing every single week. it felt like we were really hitting our stride and when they announced us i literally was speechless. >> were you surprised too, marla. >> i was so sad. truly my heart is broken. i love the show. i've had a rough few years and taught me how to not walk again but to dance and i hope we can keep sharing the fun. great teacher. hardest work. >> i'll bet. we saw t
>> bless her heart. >> that picture of you in the mermaid -- >> we lived in sherman oaks in -- not even in junior high but middle school. >> your most memorable dance, the jive, she had a job interview. >> she's now out interviewing. how about that? she graduates in may so the good news is now i can help her get ready for her graduation. it was going to be a little tough with "dancing with the stars" to be the full time mom i like to be. this is full time if you get food and an hour of sleep in you're really doing well. >> she said she was scared at first about you, but now what is she saying? >> she's so proud. she's extremely sad we're still not in it because she knows how much it meant to me and tony and how hard we worked. we worked so hard. we gave everything and, yes, so she's going to be all right. she's proud of her mom and that's what you want your babies to be. you want to inspire your children and i'm so grateful for all the women and daughters that have been so supportive and i just hope we can keep inspiring each other. >> just -- i just want to hug
>> i want you to hug me too. i do. >> tony, i loved how you said last night and you just alluded to, you've been on virtually from the beginning. >> from the beginning. >> and you still have that passion and joy. >> still love it. i still love it. such a great opportunity to be a part of something so positive and this very interesting, you know, tv land i call it. what -- it's like my kids get to watch me do something positive. they get to see me bring people from not knowing how to dance to learning how to dance and really shining on the dance floor. it's actually a job that is like i can't even call it a job because i love it that much. >> it's much more than dance. >> so much more than ha. >> teaching people how to live, let go. how to overcome certain aspects of insecurities and things like that so for me it really is an opportunity to show, you know, to share what i love doing with the masses. >> life lessons and dance lessons. >> that's it absolutely. we had a few insecurities to overcome during this, too. >> life is very parallel so, you know -- >> you watch with the girls. >> we watch
>> everybody needs to dance. i learned that. you keep living. you keep dancing. >> i keep dancing and living, marla. >> thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> we want to check in with ginger and val. they are live in l.a. this morning. there they are, boy, ginger, we were so proud last night. len called it the best dance of the season. >> val, wake up, val. >> ah, yeah. >> but i'm -- we're doing all right. thank you. it was amazing. it was such a good feeling to hear that. i think i didn't even quite understand it when he said it but either way, we felt great when the dance was over. the crowd felt great. it was such a special moment. >> hey, val, the choreography -- >> the fantasy of being belle she lived out. >> yeah. but really val, the choreography, everybody is talking about it. everyone last night and you in particular, we thought we were on broadway watching a broadway show. >> that's the biggest compliment i could possibly get and it means a lot. i'm glad that, you know, we were able to create that together and
life. i mean she was a broadway star for a moment and that's awesome. >> it felt so good and it was truly like the choreography plus the set plus the costumes, the design -- what this show can do to put together like a show -- is amazing and, oh, boy. that is a new -- >> we did that for the heck of it, right? >> just a little tease. what george is going to ask in just a little. >> i'm not going to ask you about that. the shirts. next week is the switchup. are you ready for that next week? >> yeah, i mean we have to be. there's no choice, right? i can't just hold on to you? >> no, it's -- it's a good note to switch up on, though. you know, that's going to be a tough performance to follow. >> uh-huh. >> but i have a lot of confidence in my fellow pro and i know that whoever ginger is going to have will have an amazing week and i'm still going to be here to make sure that she does well so
val doesn't have to teach me like it'll be one little thing checked off the list. >> you looked so good. >> oh, thank you. >> you did that for me. >> they finish each other's sentences now. that's what you said, ginger, you feel like you have now hit your groove and are true partners on the dance floor. >> yeah, yeah, and he says he expects it. we get here to l.a. and we have our rehearsals and he says no more teacher/student. you are my partner now and i'm trying to be that. >> yeah, you got to hold your own and you did. >> now you guys are the top of the leaderboard. >> right, i mean i can't end bars the "gma" family, you know. it's a lot of pressure. >> well, thank you, guys. you look great. hope you get a little sleep today and thanks for joining us. >> oh, yeah. that red tail. >> val's reaction. >> unreal. >> right
next monday at 8:00, 7:00 central on abc. let's go over to amy. >> so proud of ginger but we have to move on now to another couple kate and will and the latest on the royal road trip through india. the duchess spilling to a party guest how she stays so slim and dazz dazzling. everyone they meet. lama hasan has the latest. >> reporter: this morning the duke and duchess of cambridge visiting some of india's most vulnerable street kids as new delhi's main railway station hearing their harrowing experiences firsthand. >> they do a lot of work with young people at home and want to bring that over to india, as well. ♪ >> reporter: on monday the royal couple ending the day with a celebration fit for a queen. ♪ attending an enchanting garden party in new delhi in honor of the queen's 90th birthday next week. kate making a stunning entrance dressed in a long skirt and top by one of her favorite designers, alice temperley. >> everyone had high hopes for kate's fashion on this t
is yet to come. i think for the rest of the trip i think we're going to see more indian designers, perhaps even a budinese designer and hopefully more adventurous outfits. >> reporter: when asked by one of the party guests how she stays so trim she gave prince george and princess charlotte all the credit telling them i'm running after my kids. the royal couple in charge of cutting the queen's birthday cake with a sword. then william delivering a heartfelt speech to the crowd, paying tribute to his beloved grandmother and britain's long reigning monarch. >> i'm incredibly lucky to have my grandmother in my life as she turns 90 she's remarkably energetic and dedicated guiding force for her family. >> reporter: and very much the head of the family. >> she may be my grandmother but she's also very much the boss. >> reporter: although their young children are not along for the journey they're not far from their parents' minds. >> george and charlotte too will discov
have such a wonderful great-grandmother. a role model for the rest of their lives. >> reporter: for "good morning america," lama hasan, abc news, london. >> you can get all the latest on their trip at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! time now to head outside to rob. >> all right, amy. we are battling umpqe ining umb here. two girls that have signs out that say they want to be on tv. they're both sisters. so should we put you or your little sister on tv? >> me. >> we'll put both on. beautiful weather for that. we've got rain across mississippi. yesterday near jackson, 4 inches falling so some flooding issues around the area and more rain pushed down to the gulf coast. locally 4 plus. that would include new orleans. so wet day there and wet here obviously in the northeast as this cold front moves througt breezy today with highs in the 60s. clear tonight and cold. lows in the 30s to around 40 downtown. tomorrow will be sunny and a bit cooler with highs
50s. a gradual warming trend with dry conditions through the weekend. >> well, the problem with the rain is some people put out their signs and get destroyed and some people hide theirs. "pop news" time and begin with a little leo news. leo dicaprio is teeing up a new project. he is investing in a line of ice teas and natural energy drinks called runa known for his social responsibility and environmentalism, the actor plans to donate all of his share to the ecuadorian communities that help make runa making them shareholders in the company. >> wow. >> the project supporting 3,000 families who farm the superfoo
make the brainy brew. >> all of his -- >> come on. >> really great story to celebrate. leo, we love you. you put your money where your mouth is. superheroes do exist right here among us. researchers have discovered a small group of people who are immune to inherited genetic disorders and scientists are in the midst of uncovering why. it's a new study that examines the anonymous dna of a half million people worldwide who donated their dna for the project and came across 13 genetic superheroes who remain completely healthy despite carrying genetic mew takes otherwise known as mendelian disorders like cystic fibrosis in their family but because of their makeup they don't get it. scientists want to know why and could help them find new treatments for diseases like cancer. >> really great. >> 70s that amazing? >> that is amazing. >> superheroes do exist. finally how did
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>> more showers are moving through. here is jacqui jeras with your forecast. >> reporter: a wet start across the region this morning. sunshine and dry roads for the drive home. our temperatures warmest in the early morning hours for today. then a cold front moves through, helping to clear the skies out. it will drop us back into the 50s here, around 56 degrees expected at lunchtime for today. tomorrow, cooler than today. staying in the 50s, lots of sunshine. nice, warming trend to warm out the week. above average by the end of the weekend. a dry spell expected after today. >> reporter: a quick peak at the tuesday morning ride. going to be slow at best for the most part. we're dealing with crash cleanup around the capital beltway in prince georges county,
ritchie marlboro road. heavy delays. we're looking live at interstate 95 in virginia that crash we had early morning in newington, never recovered. also prince william police saw we have a closure eastbound just after cardinal road on minute niville road. >> an 18 suspect is under arrest, facing charges for the deadly stabbing of a 15-year old at the dean wood metro station monday. sources tell abc7 a fight broke out between the suspect and the victim. this deadly incident comes just a couple of weeks after another 15-year old was shot and killed at the same station. a news conference is set for 10:00 a.m. this morning. happening now, hundreds of young people hoping to get their voices heard. a rally is being held at the national 4h headquarters building. teams are protesting ha they say as weak leadership in our nation's government. the rally just got underwa
♪ i won't give up well committee back to "gma." our beauty 911 series all about kicking off your high heels and embracing flats. victoria beckham is a fan apparently so we're trying them out teaming up with "glamour" magazine for a high heel detox. >> victoria. >> reporter: these a fashion icon known for her penchant for heels. >> victoria used to be my high heel spirit animal and once famously said i can't concentrate in flats. >> reporter: but victoria beckham had a change of heart ditching stilettos and giving comfy flats a whirl. >> there's been a real influx of cute flats and sneakers around in the sneaker world. >> reporter: beckham inspiring cindi leive, editor in chief of "glamour" magazine to go on a high heel
her own trying on seven flats in seven days. >> i'm 5'2". am i going to feel like boss lady me when i'm in flats? >> reporter: day one, cyndi went with metallic leather point toe flats. >> i have a blister and the creeping realization i've literally in 15 years never walked into my office building at my real height. >> reporter: day two, a pair of patent leather point toe flats. >> sort of feels like i'm walking through my office in my pajamas. >> reporter: day three she went for black patent leather bow derbies. >> i kept feeling like i had to explain the fact that i was in flats like, no, i don't have a foot injury. no, it's actually starting to seem kind of normal. >> reporter: now more than halfway through the experiment at day four -- cyndi chose to rewear day two's pair of patent leather point toe flats. >> i feel good but i have an embarrassing confession and i have a meeting and brought a security blanket with me just in
mare of white lace sneakers. >> i'm super comfortable in these sneakers. i don't feel 100% like myself. >> reporter: heading into the weekend and day six, cyndi decided on mirror metallic loafer flats. >> i'm still standing. i can stand for hours in these flats. i could go all night. >> reporter: and finally, day seven, cyndi wore purple lace up sneakers. >> it's a sneakers kind of day. >> reporter: would she do it again? find out now live. ah, we have "glamour" magazine editor in chief cindi leive. what's the verdict? >> well, it was a mixed bag. i will say, amy, i feel a little uncomfortable standing here next to you. >> because i'm looking down at you. >> maybe you should come down to my level. >> all right. all right. >> do a girl a favor. >> i'm not much of a flat girl but for you, anything. whoo. everything looks different down here. >> wow. >> hey, hey. >> we're not that far down. i'm a full 5'2". >> would you incorps report these more into your daily
i missed my heels. i'm a heel wear he. >> they make everything look better. >> i think i've come to rely on them for a certain kind of armor and confidence particularly at work. that having been said, it is so good to have options and i think it's really amazing to see what is actually like to have full mobility in your office. >> to be able to sprint. a slot of celebs are embracing this, not just victoria beckham but stepping out in all sorts of flats also on the red carpet so we wanted to know if our viewers would do the same and asked on twitter would you retire your high heels for flats? more than 1,500 weighed in and 64% said yes so that's about right. >> what's stopping them is the interesting question. >> we have some models to show us how to wear flats. fashionable flat, right? so let's start with the office and this is a great look. >> i think this is fantastic. i think a lot of us get stuck when we think about how to wear flats to the office. you know how to wear sneakers with jeans on the weekend.
shoe that first of all is a slingback so has a covered toe. that's more professional than a bare sandal. the pointed toe in my experience and particularly if you're short, 5'2" makes it feel a little more dressed and polished than a pure rounded toe and i like the little detailing there, the silver circle on the shoe because sometimes if flats are completely undecorated they can kind of melt into the ground. >> yes. >> which you don't want at work and i think this feels like it has a little more presence. >> i like that. then i love this casual weekend look. that's so fun. i don't know if i'm cool enough to pull it off. >> you are definitely way cool, amy. you can pull that off. i think the trick here is that she's not wearing a running shoe. she's wearing a converse. it's a tennis shoe and that gives it a little bit more of -- >> and the dress. >> we know how to do it with dress but a floaty dress and denim jacket to keep it casual. >> the hardest thing, evening wear. >> how happy are you at 2:00 in the morning when wearing
fashion person when i tell you metallic is a neutral but it definitely is and i think she looks just wonderful. christine is wearing a slip dress which is a big trend right now. there are tons of them in stores and that long length with the metallic lace up flat is really elegant on her. >> it's beautiful. thank you for bringing this function into fashion. i think a lot of women are saying, i can do had. >> will you do it tomorrow? >> nope. let's go outside to rob. >> amy, i don't know if heels do well -- maybe heels will keep you dry in the weather. april is child abuse prevention month and these pinwheels represent a happy childhood that every child should have. you'll see thousands of these all around new york city and especially times square and every one of our people in our audience has one and just make a note of that and breezy today with highs in the 60s. clear tonight and cold. lows in the 30s to around 40 downtown.
cooler with highs in the mid to upper 50s. a gradual warming trend with dry conditions through the weekend. oh, hi. look at everybody here in support. love it. you know, the other thing that these are great for -- a bit of an anemometer. thankfully not too windy today. where are you from. >> kohl's. >> oh, we have a lot of corporate sponsors as well. >> here in or in staten island. >> from brooklyn. valley stream store. >> did you swim or -- >> i took the subway. rain happening here. what's going on nationally, some freeze warnings are posted for the central part of the country. a little bit of a dip back into chilly temperatures. though not as bitterly cold as what we saw last week. not a whole lot of snow in the forecast but once this cold front comes through new york we'll see temperatures drop down into the 30s, at least windchills with. showers out west as we continue
and strong storms possible across parts of texas. thank you so much for coming out, guys. bearing the rain and supporting child abuse prevention month in april. >> thank you. with our friend gwyneth paltrow. she has a brand-new cookbook called "it's all easy" and the title says it all delicious weekday recipes for the super busy home cook. give us the idea behind it. >> the idea was i was polling my friends and saying what do you need in your kitchen you don't have and my friends are all really busy, they're parents, they're working and they said, you know, we would love a book that is kind of like a manual. we can come home from work and actually make something that's easy and doesn't take too much time. >> just as quickly as it would be if you were ordering in. >> exactly. >> healthy and great stuff, as well. we cooked a lot from your last book. >> thank you. >> can't wait to try this, as well. tell us what you're making. >> really easy turkey meat loaf. makes kind of a
you can make a meat loaf sandwich. take it to work. we were looking for ways to multipurpose and make things stretch. so it's very simple. you just take some turkey bacon, onions, throw them in the food processor. throw in the garlic and the thyme. >> okay. >> and then -- >> the thyme in will. >> sorry. then i don't know how to work this food processor. this is not like my one. >> that's all right. >> it's not on yet. >> okay, there we go. >> all right. nice work. nice work. >> that's what it'll look like. >> looks like that. you don't want it to be a paste but chopped up then you saute it in a pan like eight minute, something like that until it gets a little brown and then it's really simple. you put this mixture of the turkey bacon, onions, thyme, all that gorgeous sofrito in there with some oats. this is a gluten-free turk
meat loafment a little ketchup and i probably should have whipped this up before i put it in, a little egg. you can throw in the milk for me. >> okay. >> what is this soy? >> that's worcestershire sauce and some salt. and you literally mix that up. got it on my dress but that's okay then we're going to add it to your ground turkey. >> there you go. >> then you mix it all up and then you stick it in and then the very -- then you coat it with -- you want to coat the -- >> all right. i will do that. tell us about the mac and cheese. it's not mac and cheese, right gentleman. >> it is mac and cheese but i have some cauliflower in it to try to make it a little healthier. and when you put that in the oven you put a little water in a different pan in the bottom and then your meat loaf will stay
try the new food. >> my kids are pretty adventurous in the kitchen. i've been doing -- wow, that's beautiful. >> there you go. couldn't do the processor. >> but they're adventurous but they do love kid food like mac and cheese which is why i added cauliflower to this to sort of sneak in some vegetables. and they're pretty -- you know, this salad with the blew cheese. they won't try whew cheese. >> how about dessert. >> i'm proud of our dessert section. my last book was completely gluten free and dairy free. this book is more, you know, there's some cheese and dairy but our dessert is completely sugar free and vegan and dairy-free. yeah, so that's a good one. we love that little key lime tart. >> it is excellent stuff. the book is "it's all easy." it's available right now. thank you for coming in. >> thank you for having me. coming up "barbershop," we have cedric the entertainer and
take a look. >> who wants some nonprofit gangster grub? all right, sul food to save soul's food. every delicious piece of beef keeps a bullet out the street. >> went fleek last time. >> did she just say fleek. don't just make up words. there is a whole dictionary full of words. >> that is is so true. would you please welcome back cedric the entertainer and regina hall in the house. [ applause ] i'm telling you, loved it. loved it. love the franchise but this one, heart, humor. it has a story and, eddie, your character, back again and you had this comedic way about you but you keep it real. >> you know, i think that we wanted to -- you know, it's been 12 years since the last one, so the opportunity to say something in this movie and at the same time be funny was important for everybody that was coming back and, of course, my character is --
what he means and so eddie is going to shoot it straight, man. >> and he did. he did again. regina, i love the coed aspect of it. >> right. needed some ladies. >> yeah, because you're the business partner for calvin. >> yes. >> and that does add to the whole story line. >> it does. i mean, you know, i think it makes calvin -- he is more grown up and has someone else to be accountable to in terms of business and then this one, you know, he's got someone to be accountable to. as much as you can make eddie accountable. >> you just look at him and you start -- what was left on the can youing room floor. >> oh, my goodness, i laughed so much every day. i mean cedric, you know what's crazy about it -- >> what's that? >> as soon -- as soon as it comes on -- when he comes out of makeup, eddie just comes out. it's not even -- it's so organic, it's amazing. >> well, like once you turn into eddie there's no telling what i will say even as a character. it's like you know what, i'm going to talk about anything. i talk about anything right
here. all these that the girls are wearing. why you got boots on. get pedicures. >> yeah. >> but it is and that's the thing when i was kiting there and i was watching it the other night and knew i would laugh and a cried too but i just didn't realize i would come away thinking and be like, huh. hard to combine the humor with a message, isn't it, regina? >> absolutely. i mean i think -- i think malcolm is great at that and i think what's so important for this movie to have been set in chicago and to have the backdrop of what's really happening in the chicago area combined with having these men and these black men and fatherhood and then to show what a community can do collectively. the difference that it can make. i felt like it was inspiring and thought provoking. >> yeah, well, you both are and you always are into so many different things. i mean,
you guys -- you just really rule so what would eddie -- how would eddie mentor some young'uns coming up in the comedic role. >> first of all, do your own jokes. don't be going around doing richard pryor jokes. don't even know who richard pryor is. everybody wants to be kevin hart. do your own joke, all right. that's what i say. >> that's what eddie would say and 15th anniversary for "scary movie." >> i know. i was 15 when i shot it. yeah, i was a child. >> you guys just make it work. >> yeah, i love anna. we want to do something together now. >> oh really? >> we are. we're trying to figure out what is going to be our project now that we're 29. >> i know. >> you do the math. >> her eyes so expressive. thank you both very much. and you've got to stay through the credits of this movie, "barbershop" the next cut.
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so good to have american authors here for our spring concert series performing off their new album "what we live for" coming out may 15th and so many are sharing what you're proud of online. here's "pride." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ my home don't feel the same last year flew by good-bye to the good vibes ♪ ♪ what we thought were the best times nights out with the people i love ♪ ♪ now i'm lost in the neighborhood that raised me praised me made me who i am ♪ ♪ but my father was twice the man and now that pain's resurfacing ♪
♪ brooklyn don't feel the same maybe i'm the one who's changed or the one to blame ♪ ♪ another drink down the drain and ten more before i get on that plane ♪ ♪ i swear i knew just what to say ♪ ♪ it's all there on the tip of my tongue but i don't feel good enough for anyone ♪ ♪ but i won't fold i know cause i i i i got this feeling ♪ ♪ i ain't never giving up i ain't never ever ♪ ♪ i ain't never ever giving up my pride ♪ ♪ i ain't never letting go i ain't never ever ♪ ♪ i ain't never ever gonna sell my soul ♪ ♪ i i i i got this feeling i i i got this feeling ♪ ♪ i ain't never giving up i ain't never ever i ain't never ever giving up my pride ♪ ♪ pushed out of the family tree upside down but it was a good life ♪ ♪ i fell hard for the wine in france i didn't call you back 'cause i was learning to dance ♪ ♪ and just who i'd become
tongue wish i was good enough for anyone ♪ ♪ no i won't fold i know cause i i i i got this feeling ♪ ♪ i ain't never giving up i ain't never ever ♪ ♪ i ain't never ever giving up my pride i ain't never letting go ♪ ♪ i ain't never ever i ain't never ever gonna sell my soul ♪ ♪ i i i i got this feeling i i i got this feeling ♪ ♪ i ain't never giving up i ain't never ever i ain't never ever giving up my pride ♪ ♪ take or leave who i am 'cause this is me ♪ ♪ like a fish out of water do i belong here but i'm never gonna lose ♪ ♪ i'm never giving up my pride i'm lost in the ocean ♪ ♪ like a note in a bottle but i'm never gonna lose
♪ well this is me who i am ♪ ♪ i ain't never giving up i ain't never ever ♪ ♪ i ain't never ever giving up my pride i ain't never letting go ♪ ♪ i ain't never ever i ain't never ever gonna sell my soul ♪ ♪ i i i i got this feeling ♪ i i i got this feeling ♪ i ain't never giving up i ain't never ever i ain't never ever giving up my pride ♪ ♪ take or leave who i am 'cause this is me ♪ [ applause ] "gma's" spring concert series is presented by hilton.com. stop clicking around. book direct at
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>> reporter: a wet start across the region this morning. sunshine and dry roads for the drive home. our temperatures warmest in the early morning hours for today. then a cold front moves through, helping to clear the skies out. it will drop us back into the 50s here, around 56 degrees expected at lunchtime for today. tomorrow, cooler than today. staying in the 50s, lots of sunshine. nice, warming trend to warm out the week. above average by the end of the weekend. a dry spell expected after today. >> reporter: heavy, slow commute for most people especially in virginia trying to get to interstate 66. we start you with a live look at virginia 28. remains bumber to bumber traffic for the most part southbound as you travel from the dulls connector. mean time. toward the beltway in maryland father hurley boulevard, a live look here, about 60 minute ride to the i270 spur. and quick peek downtown constitution avenue at 17th street, police just cleared a
>> anchor: thank you. 18-year old suspect is under arrest and facing charges for the deadly stabbing of a 15-year old at the dean wood metro station monday. sources tell abc7 a fight broke out between the suspect and the victim. this deadly incident comes just a couple of weeks after another 15-year old was shot and killed at the same station. a new conference about the new arrest set for 10:00 a.m. the capitals first playoff gauges 2 days away now. this week is filled with fun events to get you pumped up. tomorrow, mayor muriel bowser will holiday a pep
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, star of the new film, "criminal," kevin costner. and from "dancing with the stars," marla maples and tony dovolani. plus, a performance from the "american idol" runner-up, la'porsha renae. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi!