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remove a clip from her hair from photos, she requested a red carpet redo with ryan. we loved the event even more e good gossip. >> >> what are your valentine's day ay in bed all day. >> does he hhve a favorite of the heidi klum international? >> i can't wait to dress him or her up, i'm very excy feeling? how is she doing? do you know when the baby is>> in a few months. >> and proving exes can stay friends, lennie kravitz was joined by lisa bonet and pam anderson with her two ridiculouslys. the new face and shirtless body
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>> how proud are >> i'm so proud of them both. well another star kicking off the show was kate hudson's ex, matt bell lammy getting out with the kids. and kate hudson was expected but didn't show, she was actually th a younger man, nick generals that. we'll just call them hudnas. kate was casual inim, nick was rocking dark jeans. italian, al fresco, we're told.ely has staying power, seemingly going strong sense september with a date at disney. >> we're just trying to have fue as much fun as possible. >> in january, kate hit the globe solo.
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rumors that jonas was dating hter. he let kate take the lead getting into a chauffeured suv. coming up, we go inside a "bachelor" wetting wedding with some familiar faces. ditched his wife. plus meredith attacked on s anatomy." we're behind the scenes with another tv doc.>> l.l. cool j. in the house with us tonight. but first we're breaking down the grammys best new artist category. we're breaking down adele, the jonas brothers and even the beetles. will this be meghan trainor's year for a grammy in here's why it's anybody's game. okay, so this is not meghan's
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"all about that base" scored her two ination last year just missed the deadline. how can she be best new artist? that's because her first full album missed last year's eligibility. >> i worked very hard. >> now if you love swooning oversam hunt like we do, he's all over the grammys, he's up for two awards and performing with carrie underwood. a lot of buzz around courtney barnett and brit james bay, neither are main stream, but then again either when she went main stream back in 1979. and a lot has happened to tori spelling. >> i thought the voice was annoying. ell's jab obviously didn't phase tori, six years later, she's repped byin bieber's manager.
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tomorrow on "e.t," our lionel ritchie exclusive. is he doing a duet with adele at
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trauma series. at those monitors. >> meredith grey fighting for her life on the operating table. the most dramatic way to bring my on the abc soarries. >> what i can tell you is denzel washington is directing , yes, i said denzel, the two-time oscar winner, so hold on to your caps, everybody. me help in here now! >> there's a shot where it's looking down on you and the look in your eye when you're on that like -- it's good. >> i was so inspired by denzel,
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for him. >> es shots of denzel in action mts . i mean who wouldn't bring their a-game.>> they did tell me what was going to happen to meredith. and i said, i don't know if the fans can handle that. and then they hit me with, and denzel is going to direct it. i said, okay, i'm down, whatever you want to do, i'll do it. >> the dude's got a few statues on his shelf. >> a couple. >> you kind of don't want to mess it up that day. >> of course denzel was a tv docf on st. elsewhere in the '80s. >> is it true that you al to direct. >> he was at a place where he was so open and exploring and he said, my wife loves it.aracter.
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jessica cap shaw isher fourth child. props will be adjusting on the set to conceal that baby bump. has there been a lot of hiding >> i thought it was so petite. they're like, let's move this h i was like, that table is front of me? >> poor jessica. you know a lot has a changed her first child. she used to hide behind those big medical charts, but now they use these teeny ti tablets, so tables, i guess they're going to have to. >> plus we're showing l.l coolry first tv interview at home with his grandma. >> never forget where he came from. inside her closet, dishing on her all-time favorite show moments. >> that was truly a highlight in
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and just before valentinbehind a bachelor wedding. do these former contestants ever find love? >> are you dating?
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is ring? >> i it as a symbol of my love for you. >> that is y first look right there at jade and tanner tyingnorth af falling in love on "bachelor " that it could also be a look ahead at what is in store for ben if he finds his soul mate. >> you are more special to me today than yesterday. >> you will be more cherished tomorrow. >> we're on our wedding, this is a lot of love here, let's cetting down on dance floor and sharing some ive lessons. >> the fact that you can date multiple people at one time. it's a possibility. >> it worked for these couples. chris and ryan were the first ones to say, i do.
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set for everyone else. >> i feel very maternal towards everyone because i was kind of inning. >> katelynn and sh engaged.ing plans at point? what's the up date? >> i feel l the pressure is going. >> and remember when bachelor jason had a shocking change of heart and left melissa for molly? >> my wife's at home with the baby. an make out, have sex on tv and still find true love? sometimes, though. what's your relationship status currently, sir? >> i'm single and i'm enjoying normal. >> if you can with those shaky hands. place the rick on tanner's after me. >> jade and tanner's wedding is just in time for valentine's day, a celebration of love bc.
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bachelor-bachelorette wedding to officiate which is near an and special to me. big production, a televised wedding, what are perks? is free.everybody gets married on tv. >> i'm just hoping, praying and hoping to fall in love, there's that innocent, awkward, crazy moment and that will never change. >> there's nothing innocent about "the bachelor" it's crazy. l.l. cool j. who's part of our family. and on monday, he is once again hosting the grammys. >> i love you. >> about the show? >> i'm very excited about the show. >> come on, give us a hint. i mean you have everything from to adele, adele to lamar. ri tribute to glen frye and we're going to have the remaining
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carrie underwood, we have a liveammy cam that's going to be inside the grammy aw so you' be able to see live, the perspective from the artist's view. it will literally be in your face, looking at it, seeing the perspective, backstage. >> you better be careful what you do. >> there's that. >> no doubt about that. this is a show that you want to see from the opening buzzer, so to speak. >> that's code for taylor swift. turn it on early, get there early, get the whole fa gather around the tv, be ready.u here, you know we love to flash back a little bit. and that vault of "e.t" is very valuable.
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little bit of fun with y interview with "e.t" back in 1986, you were only 18 years up on the streets, and my grandmother and my grandfather taught me pretty goodyou, son. >> thank you, i'm proud that you're proud of me. >> remember always don't forget where you came from. ladies, level headed lita. looking for alittle. a lo >> crazy. you know as you can see, the budding superstar right there. >> that was l.l. level headed.>> >> it's funny, my grandfather used to always tell me, be reasonable, use reason. the "gilligan's island" hat to hosting the grammys fife that's pretty special. >> thank you. >> and we're so excited about
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year is to witness greatness and ou to that. tuesday, witness greatness at the grammys with "e.t." >> the grammys are very close to my heart. >>lor, gaga, bieber. >> music's biggest stars going for gold. >> i don't cannot fan girl about that. >> and fashion goes bold. >> our style guru eaks down best and the worst looks on the red carpet. >> the best grammy coverage in the world. c's biggest night to music's biggest show, the voice. farrell who's one of the coaches on that show and also up for four grammys award. and sean "p. diddy" combs is to join his team as a mentor when "thevoice" returns to cbs on february 13.ght's "e.t"
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had a painting displayed at the new york museum of art? the answer is comid then it's an oprah flash back as she looks back at her all-time favorite moments from
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we introduce you to thetars taking over hollywood. that's all on etonline.com. e show, everybody. and tonight's birthdays, and wh pa at the metropolitan museum of art? that is jennifer anniston. she's 47 todayn. oprah is cleaning house. she's also reminisce
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favorite moments.d her all-time favorite moments. so take it away, oprah. >> biggest shot i ever got of course while i was on the air, was the mary tyler moore surprise. after tom was on the sofa, me, did i know he was going to jump on the sofa. have you ever felt this way before? >> oprah sold her chicago studiothey shot her show and closet is being demolished and on her hand me
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tonight, dramatic surrender after a 40-day siege, anti-government protesters in custody. it's getting perm. clinton and sanders battle for the black vote as the civilghts icon slams sanders. and a republican brawl takes shape in the south. the polar vortex,ns of millions bracing for the coldest air of the season. al roker is here warning of a dangerouseeze. u.s. olympic officials take action to calm fears over zika after a big star says she's not sure she'd go. e nightmare. passengers who thought they were going to die. now, speaking out and
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captain sailed rightto a ferocious "nightly news" begins right now.nnouncer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with good evening. it's over. the armed siege captivating the nation's attention for weeks has reached a dramatic the woods of oregon, the anti-government protesters occupying a wildlife refuge haverrendered to the fbi.ns of thousands listened to it play out. joe fryer is in oregon and starts us off with late details.eporter: tense moments on the 41st day of the wildlife refuge occupation, all of it broadcast live ne. after three holdouts turn themselves in, the fourth and final og pier, david fry,
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will die a free man. >> reporter: before finally peaceful lip giving up. >> if everybody saysllelujah, i'll come out. >> when they said hallelujah, he came >> reporter: the fbi moved in last night. tens of thousands were listening. >> let's be clear. armed occupation of federal property is a crime. it is not a peaceful est. >> reporter: among those negotiating with the group reverend franklin graham, son of billy gram, andchelle fiori. >> never lost faith. mission, and the mission was accomplished. rmed militants took over the wildlife refuge nearly six weeks ago protesting federal lands. one was shot and killed in a enforcement, and
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last night clive was taken into custody portland airport. he was not part of the occupation, rather hisst is from a standoff with armed forces. bundy joins his sons behind bars. the occupation is over. the refuge will still closed for weeks. the sheriff calls it a crime, the fbi said it must be searched for in all, 25 people linked to the occupation have now been indicted on federal felony charges. le>> joe fryer in oregon, thank you. a major endorsement for hillary clinton is spotlighting the critical battle under way for african-american votes in south carolina. a february 27th democratic primary there will be bern i sanders' first cast in the south, and before a large number of black voters. n, who polls show hold a substantial lead among
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important shot in the arm from a civil rights icon, who tonders delivered just a shot. nbc's kristen welker has details. >> rep hillary clinton and bernie sanders prepare to face off in milwaukee tonight, there are already fireworks. >> there's no one else better to be prepared to be president of the united states of america than hillary clinton.eporter: the influential political arm backing clinton today. it was congressman john lewis who delivered a major blow to questioning how active he was in the civil rights movement. >> i never saw him. i never met him.s involved in the sit-ins, the freedom ride, but i met clinton. >> reporter: the sanders campaign, bernie is a great admirer of lewis. releasing this t video featuring the young daughter of eric garner who died after
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choke hold in 2014. up against the criminal justice system. that's why i'm for bernie. >> reporter: all underscoring the f the african vote, like south carolina, where clinton leads sanders among african-americans 74% to 17%. one challenge for ers, his complicated relationship with president obama, on display during an interview with nbc's hunt where they discussed the gap. >> you don't think president obama has that gap? >> no, i don't. i think he's made the effort. when i talk about a political revolution bringing millions and millions of people into the political process. clinton campaign firing back. >> considering how little senator sanders has to show for his 25 the idea that he would be giving leadership lectures to president
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>> reporter: our latest poll shows president obama'sproval rating among african-americans in south carolina is at 92%. so expect secretary clinton to againbrace him tonight in what could be the most contentious debate yet. lester? >> kristen, thank you. the republicans facef in south carolina a week earlier than the dems, a week from saturday. tonight much of the fight to take down the high-flying donald trump is taking place on the ground there. ted cruz who won the first contest in iowa is trying to bounce back from his loss this week in new hampshire with an aggressive ground game and a direct attack on trump's conservative credentials. with more, here's hallie jackson. >> reporter: matt wells quit his sales job in iowa to sell ted cruz instead alongside 10,000 volunteers in south carolina. >> i can get another job when i get back. i can't get another country.
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quitting your job -- >> i'll go back to iowa and go back to work and all that. try to help ted win here first. >> reporter: wells is one of nearly 10,000 volunteers here in south carolina, making some 25,000 phone calls a day. part of the organization cruz is depending on to topple donald trump here, like he did in iowa. >> the state of south carolina, i don't think people are interested in someone, a republican candidate who's pushed partial birth abortion, who won't defend marriage. >> reporter: cruz's strategy, paint trump as too liberal, with more ads like this one on the way. >> he pretends to be a republican. >> reporter: for his part, trump seems to be playing a more positive political game than before. >> it's going to be such an unbelievable week and a half. >> reporter: but in the more mannerly south, his more colorful language may be a big turnoff. >> he gets the nomination they're going to sue his
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