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greg: what's going on out there in that is central park west, where it becomes, well, whatever is north of central park west. [laughter] 110th street. going from the upper west side. it changes its name. oh, there is a school bus. when i went to school we got brought home on the school bus for lunch.
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right around the time they invented mtv. the vma's were last night. i kind of got the jest of it. there they are doing their thing. i don't know there was a feud going on. we are breaking down what happened last night, with the experts, rob shutter, naughty but nice rob. anna gilligan. teresa: first, we are going to talk about the miley nicki thing. greg: miley exposed her left breast. this was all planned. >> miley doing a costume change and flashing everybody.
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people were saying miley is not shy about her body. towards the end she didn't go behind the curtain. they are saying the feud was fake and all set up. anna: i thought that was looking staged. greg: go to breast first. >> anna: i think that was an accident. the mic wasn't on and talking, you couldn't hear the audio and then handing to her. greg: i stopped being shocked about that when janet jackson- her shirt. teresa: she showed up in, what do you call it? she had two leather strips over the nipples. >> this is great for mtv and the ratings. they love this stuff.
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before the awards a little fight between nicki. greg: hold that. the speech by kanye west going on and on and all kinds of observations and promising to run for president in 202 and admitting to be on drugs. anna: yes, miley talked about marijuana a lot in the skits, the song was about it. greg: stay on kanye for a second. >> when you get the vanguard award they give you ten minutes. it is a good use of the time. kanye didn't want to perform. he wanted to talk.
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interesting he threw justin timberlake under the bus a little bit. greg: all right, here sa is a little bit. >> you are probably wondering if i smoked anything before i came out here. yes, i knocked the edge off. and yes, as you probably could have guessed by this moment i have decided in 2020 to run for president. teresa: okay i didn't get that. >> that is making the headlines, but kim laughed when she said it. kris jenner thinking it is great. he showed what a super star.
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he stood and accepted the applause. greg: it was boring. anna: no, i was locked on the tv. i didn't know what he was going to say next. greg: were you on something, come on? anna: coffee. i loved it. teresa: talk about the whole nicki thing. >> about being not nominated for the big award of the night. greg: an it will m exchange, getting tense, watch. >> and now -- back to -- a lot to say about me in the press, miley's what's good? >> hey, we are all in the industry and doing the interviews. and they manipulate.
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>> greg: give me a break. teshz teresa: no. greg: the answer is perfect. kendall jenner was up and not knowing what to say. >> the person that accepts the award never ever throws back to the host. she threw back to miley. anna: miley with a great response. perfect. e-news is saying that miley was going back and storming and yelling. that could be part of the act. teresa: now taylor and nicki. >> they had a little feud before the show started. no better way to open the show. that is a feud made up. miley is still pretending it is
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going on. greg: everybody else sick of taylor swift. she took residence overseas. it is too much. we have a new panel member. frank. what do you think about the ober is vaegs about taylor swift? >> she's smart and gracious. it is wearing a little thin. greg: yes. >> remember ann hathaway. >> an hathaway is very talented and with her it is going back the otherway. taylor is showing gratitude for everything. greg: she's always getting stuff. anna: and showing up with a pack of girls. >> they let you know before the
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awards that wins the awards and she knew. >> i think you are right. >> i know people in the past if you turn up, they know they have won. greg: excuse me, the performance in the video is easy. they are just walking around. it is the editors, they are the ones that should be acknowledged. teresa: i don't know, watching this, i felt old. >> oh, no. teresa: yes, i rep watching it back in the day and i was really into it. >> lady gaga wasn't even on the show. she was probably home in bed. greg: teresa, 49 and you are not old. >> oh... greg: no. we have a couple of things, brittany. >> looking great.
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>> hot. it was wise not having her perform. >> he's looking good. healthy. >> this sa girl that changed the face of what the show is. kiss with madonna, the snake. she was the ambassador of the vma's. greg: going back to taylor. walking with the girlfriends in video. i'm sure, guys, she's thinking she's better than all of us. show this. she's walking in the video, what's the name of the song. bad blood and looking at us with her eyes. >> it is characters. they are all super heroes. >> law and order? >> yes. who is the guy in the suit? >> he's the director of the video. >> she let him speak.
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again, very gracious. >> see the video they got the award for. here we go. look at the look. >> yeah. it is acting. greg: get over yourself. you call that acting? >> yes. >> mr. bieber's big comeback. performing for the first time in two and a half years, maybe five years on mtv. >> who really cares. >> he went to tears. >> i would love to see that. we want to see justin. he's not really crying. >> he was very winded in the performance. he had to catch his breath. he's not used to performing and
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needs to get back in shape. i'm not sure if he's breaking down because -- maybe it is gratitude. >> they are 21 years old, and international fame and worth of hundreds of millions of dollars, what the heck does it do to an individual. look at brittany. >> you are living where no one tells you no. >> a lot of yes people around you. >> sounds great. [laughter] greg: frank, what are you working on there at billboard? >> what am i working on, well we are working on the 40 under 40
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power list of music executives that are under 40 years old and changing the industry. greg: anna, what are you doing today? >> i'm going bowling and professional women's bowl something coming back. greg: for work? anna: that is work. >> rob? >> citizen exam. what is the longest river in america. mississippi. how many senators? >> how many congressmen. >> wow. congratulations. >> we'll send you good vibes. just call greg. >> mike woods, what's up. mike: i will be taking a nap. just so you know. you are too ambitious for me. 79 degrees at central park.
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same thing in newark and islip. 80 degrees in bridgeport. 70 in monticello. we have a partly cloudy skies and party sunny skies, call it what you will in the region, a mix of the clouds and sun and the dew points on the high side. that is pushed us up to the uncomfortable range. not quite oppressive, but we want to get into a range, you know, a lot of folks not wanting to handle it. as mentioned, party sunny in the tristate. the showers on the radar and satellite over south jersey this morning, right now it is backing down. the rain was light and short. not a lot going on. there will be more of the wet weather happening in the mid
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atlantic region, with the remnants of erika swinging through. with the heat and the instability an isolated storm could pop up. we are keeping the humidity going up the east coast and going at us for the next several days. the chances of rain is less than 20%. the heat and humidity is hanging tight. we have the us open coming upstarting today at 11:00. here is the weather, 83 degrees by 11:00 with partly cloudy skies more sun in the afternoon and up to 92 degrees. you are going to feel it. warm in the evening. for the most part, not expecting the storms in the city and a few
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isolated storms up to north. cooler temperatures ending the week and going into the weekend and the humidity is taking a break at that time as well. >> thank you, mike. day one of the us open. tracy austin knows what it is like to win the whole thing. former no. 1 tennis player in the world. this is circa -- this is 1970 -- >> that is 81. i got my twitches. that is chris everret. >> you have done it all, tracy austin, welcome to "good day new york". thank you. greg: what is it like playing in the middle of all of that? >> it is interesting, if i had to do it now, i think i would be overwhelmed by the situation, that many people. when trained for it and
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focussed, you are just thinking about the strategies that you have to employ and you want to win. so crowd noise, bad calls, all of that, just goes out the window. greg: when in the middle of the stadium and thousands are watching you, that is unusual, right. can't the fans mes you up? >> i think they can. there are a lot of players that don't enjoy playing at the us open, it is a rambunctious crowd. they are coming from work and celebrating and enjoying. there is a part that you have focus on and new york because of all of that it is toughest to win. teresa: you started at such a young age. greg: how old were you? >> two or threes old.
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my mom worked at a tennis club in california, my older brothers and sister played on the tour. teresa: so you grew up in the business, so those starting later in life, they could be rattled more easily where this is normal for you, right? >> well, everybody has different assets and my calm mentality was one of my biggest assets. i didn't have the biggest serve. the most important thing as athletes you are trying to improve. greg: this is a big deal, number one serena won the french open, australia and wimbledon. >> the calendar year done only
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five times in the history of the sport. serena could do it again this year. 7 matches to go, over the next 13 days, it is starting in a few hours, the biggest obstacle is her own nerves. she's that much better than the rest of the field. >> this is not going to be a slam dunk for her? >> it is not. >> she still has to fight for it>> yes. she's only had two losses. for serena to lose, it takes a few things coming together, her not playing at theest be and her opponents to play at their absolute best. greg: tracie, a couple of years ago we noticed the crime scene tape hanging from the players, but tape. >> different colors. greg: we have pictures of it. this is called kt tape.
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you work with them now. what is it, why do people wear it and what is it doing? >> it is helping pain ref and support. there is serena on the knee. we have seen other players on the elbow, shoulders z. greg: how does that work? >> it is helping the pain. there are different designs, you have a physical therapist to help you the common injuries of the professional athletes and the weekend warrior. this tape is stretchy and comfortable and helping you move with freedom and kt tape is awesome for the athletes, it helps to relieve the pain. greg: what about the regular people? >> regular people with the soreness it helps and again, it is also when you have an injury use it as well to decrease the swelling. greg: does it hurt when you take
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it off, you know, tape? >> i have a feeling it is put on me. greg: no, don't worry. >> it stings a bit. are you going to wear it? do you have a laundry list of problems. greg: i have to take off my pants. where do you buy this stuff? >> at the sporting goods stores. kt tape. >> talk about the other players you are excited to see. azarenka.
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greg: she was on the show. he as noise. listen to this... it is a yoetdel. >> the thing that is interesting about her, it is still going on, the noise is still happening as the ball crosses the net. it is lengthy. when playing sharapova it is quite noisy. >> what is the toughest thing about the circuit? >> it is long. look at roger federer, 34 years old and 17 grand slam titles and has the possibility of winning the open. greg: they are all handsome, let's face it. he's a great guy, four kids. wrong. he's a great asset to the sport.
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at 34 years old, the players are lasting longer. >> what do you like to do when not playing tennis? >> i'm a mom of three boys, 19, 17, 14. >> do they play? >> yes, they do. one going to college on a scholarship. i don't know if you have kids? >> not yet. >> keep take your pants off. greg: tracy, nice to meet you. morning. >> i wish i knew how to play. >> we can try. >> we have other things to do. you remember, you remember the gong show from the 70s? >> yes. they are bringing it to the off broadway stage. the gong show back and better than ever, right.
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way before america's gottal leapt. >> go to video tape, chuck was the producer and host of the show. they had all kinds of pretty talented acts and worthless prizes and a celebrity judging panel an fabulous and groundbreaking television. chuck is a different type of guy. more on him in a moment. the gong show the back and live off broadway. >> it is. we are bringing -- greg: there is chuck. teresa: we are bringing a couple of people, leslie, the producer show. >> i'm the host. >> you are chuck. >> i am chuck. >> welcome to you both. fantastic concept back in the 70s. is this like the original show? >> well, not exactly.
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i thought it was fun to be in the audience and we cast the show and we went through thousands of people to get the right blend of talent down to a cast of 24. >> when can the people see it? >> we have a show in long island september 12th, and then we are vamping and expanding again. we have been selling out new york for two and a half years. >> the great thing about the gong show, we never knew how bad the people are and then they start. >> this is what chuck knew and the off broadway show learned, that tension of not knowing whether they are going to soar or flop, that tension is entertaining. >> check was funny and so this is this guy. are you doing impressions?
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>> it is not impressions, i am channelling the out rage yous, i pull the crowd into the show, it is funny, it is fun, great for the whole family. you need to be on the show. >> you would be great guest judge. >> i lack talent, so maybe good at that. now to ray, do you thing. >> all right, from the gong show off broadway, please help me welcome michael momentum.
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>> illusionist, chips. greg: whoa. >> the one and only sunshine.
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greg: i like him. i'm sorry. it had to be done. teresa, come on over. >> gonged him greg. how'd that feel, greg?
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greg: sir, i apologize. big daddy. >> he's sexy and single. >> is that part of the gig? really. greg: all right. teresa: how long have you been working on the act? >> for years, ever since fat camp as kid. greg: come back here. ray, good stuff. you are great. who is that singer? >> you are sunshine? >> yes. rhonda. >> so you areal talented? >> i am. >> chipps. illusionist. >> i can tell you didn't swallow the antenna. >> i tried. >> hi there, i'm michael. i'm in line with the tennis theme today. >> good job.
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>> leslie and ray, thank you so much. >> bull dog. september 12th 8:00 p.m., the family. greg. >> i will go. neighborhood? the show. he's sweet, fupny, sharp, the best. >> i heard he was in c.i.a. did you ever hear that? >> yes, don't talk to him about the c.i.a. or the gong show. then what are we supposed to talk about? >> all right, go see it. thank you so much. >> the transformer movies are back with a new star. him.
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(gong) marinate your steak with kikkoman to enhance its juicy, natural essence. (taiko drum beat) (taiko drum beat) greg: okay, welcome back. last day of august, 2015. summer is ending but labor day means awesome movies and i'm sure that weekend is featuring an awesome movie. it is called transformer refuelled. we are meeting the star right now.
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ed, welcome to "good day new york." nice to see you. it is a pleasure to be here. >> i want to watch the trailer together as a group. teresa: and then discuss. greg: yes, hit it. >> this is the transporter? >> as soon as you think they can pt come up with something, they come up with something else. makes you wonder if guys like this will have a job. they'll always neated guys like me, right. you are going to make me late. how'd you like me now. >> all right, so far, it is like james bond rebooted and updated with a cool guy, ed, what are you doing here? >> i'm driving a car extremely
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fast. extremely dangerous. greg: to what edge? a high speed delivery guy? >> pretty much. >> this looks very, very inteeinging. people are trying to stop you along the way? >> yes, frank martin likes to control in the movie. it becomes interesting and complicated. >> it is looking awesome. teresa: this is the prequell, do you have to see the others to understand what is going on in this one? >> it has the same variables, but in the same vain as james bond and saying true to the franchise and what was there previously and the change of personnel and cast, we have added in re stevenson and new dynamics are added. >> this is the old transporter. that guy is built. how'd you get the role?
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>> well, i was shooting a movie in serbia and offered the chance to audition for it and seemed like something i could learn and grow from and a good opportunity. greg: you are beating up everybody. teresa: and note breaking a sweat. the suit perfectly pressed. >> we have a clip. we saw the trailer. now in action in transporter
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refuelled. greg: no way, did you get the car -- >> don't tell us. greg: who are the girls? >> they are a group of photographers. we have these strong independent powerful dynamic women, they are not the sort of women we usually see in hollywood, as such, it is a great reflection of the dynamic women in society. greg: your favorite and least favorite part of acting? >> i love it. set. the craft. having the lines in black and white, seems like it is great, but on the set it is not working
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and making it work. >> awesome. we look forward to this. >> thank you so much. out september 4th. >> yes. which is friday. >> wow, summer is basically over. >> hey. >> no, it is true.
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we'll be >> greg: the world trade center. duke a man with six senses, he turned them all off for a story. hi, duke. duke: good morning, sensory deprivation, i didn't know what it was and i was asked to do a story, i wept to brooklyn and i really enjoyed this. if you are stressed out, this is for you. take a look. david and gina are the co-owners. they say inside of the pods, a person can free their mind from the outside world.
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and the body is free of gravity as you do nothing but float. >> 250 gallons of water and epson salts and it issic basic. >> this sa form of sensory deprivation, or restricted environmental therapy, rest. it helps the floater tap into the fainted brave waves. >> it is when the people are meditating meditating, that is the goal. when people are floating and they are tuned into that tightened right brain activity they are finding greater clarity and finding the solutions to the problems they are working on. duke: who is coming the pefrn in physical pain or anxiety? >> everything from a gentleman
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that is a professional puppeteer and he's in chronic pain and getting relief from floating to stressed out executives and new mothers. >> the two teams that faced off in the super bowl, yes, they are floaters. >> the pate e yots use the tanks and the seahawks as well. by practicing the repetition in thought is helping them perform better. >> remet ginny, a health choice and blogger and now avid floater. >> the feeling when i get out of the pod is really clear and calm and ready to take on the day. i know what my priorities are.
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go. duke: i decided to give it a try. you usually float in your shorts. i was floating and yes after a while, my mind quieted down. i felt like a deep daydream. not asleep, but almost there. my muscles were not nearly as sore and i was much more relaxed. how long do people stay? up to 90 minutes. floats. >> it is hard to say it is doing this or that, no float is the same. you have trouble meditating get in the tank and see what happens and breathe. you are not seeing or hearing
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anything. the only thing is your and your mind. get in, breathe, and just relax. >> so duke? how much? duke: i loved it. a trial session $79. they are experimenting are overnight floats. greg: wow, sleeping in that thing? >> yes, they have a room too. people with joints irritating, they are actually doing this and feeling relief as well. >> awesome. thank you. greg: thank you. we'll be right back with jordan yoplait greek 100. for when you just can't make it without a protein-packed, thick and creamy, power-me-up-with-something filling taste-bud-loving, satisfaction by the spoonful,
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i got to act and sparkle and broadway, i got to do amazing things, but i have been saying that the music has been coming and now it is here and overwhelming in a good way. greg: what is the album about, a theme or a story? >> well, i would say that the theme is emotions, not emotional. there are happy songs and sad songs and turn it up and get ready songs. it is a break through album. i'm coming into my own. rosanna: break up album? >> not at all. you have moved on and you are happy? >> yes, very happy. >> you are with sage? >> yes, he's a rapper. he's a good guy. rosanna: i heard one of the
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songs us was inspired by your mother's text. >> yes, she sends me a text in the morning or at the night and saying wish. i'm thinking about you, maek a wish, life is great type of thing and in the studio writing i was telling the writers about it and we expanded on the thought, you are lying in bed and having the final thoughts of the day and you are younger and in love and you wish you nigh how they felt. >> you are going to perform for us today? >> yes. >> they don't give. i co-wrote it with the co-producers and baby face. it is very 90s influenced. greg: we'll step into the music room. >> let's go.
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