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good morning, america. and happening now, dangerous and deadly flash flooding from coast-to-coast. waves of water overrunning roads. drivers, shocked by scenes like this. at least two people killed and dozens rescued from rising waters. and now, get ready for snow. brand-new developments on the shocking video of nfl star, ray rice, knocking out his wife in a casino elevator. a tape with audio of the incident. his coach, speaking out. >> it is tough. it is hurtful. >> the nfl commissioner now on the hot seat. just what did the league know? apple getting ready to reveal its next big secret, set to show off what could be revolutionary new ideas for your phone and watch. we are live at apple headquarters, with clues to answers the world is waiting for. ♪ i'm on top of the world look at this boiling hot
adventure. the video going viral of a daredevil's 1,200-foot drop to this crater filled with red-hot lava. it's a journey to the center of the earth you have to see to believe. we do say good morning, mek. and ginger saw all lava. hmm, the next adventure. >> dive in. >> telling you. you know, that lava can be over 2,000 degrees fahrenheit. >> and sam cossman, the man going down, it can -- we're going to talk to him live in a minute. let's get right to the serious flash flooding. almost five inches of rain falling just outside of las vegas. ten inches in parts of virginia, creating incredibly dangerous conditions. ginger tracking it all. >> i am. and you have pictures like this, from california to colorado,
we're watching flash flooding happening in utah at this hour. there are flash flood watches in effect, from southern california, all through parts of colorado. and so much going on. the pictures, just amazing. take a look. streets, rolling with rapids in las vegas. >> i've lived here all of my life. and never seen it flooded like this. >> reporter: the most rain phoenix has ever seen in one day. >> everything's flooded. >> reporter: epic flooding leaving two dead in tucson. one of the women trying to escape her car. >> no words would put into effect the panic and what that person was feeling, when obviously that car got swept away. >> reporter: northeast of las vegas, it was more than four inches in just two hours. washing out roads, stranding livestock. it's the worst flooding sin city has seen since 1981. >> that's going to be close. don't move that car. >> reporter: that epic rainfall across the southwest. and a mirror image, 2,500 miamis east in virginia. up to ten inches of rain falling in suffolk.
dozens of cars swimming up to their windshields. are you ready for more? here throughout the mid-atlantic, there will be heavy rains, right along the coast. and the heaviest of it, still parts of arizona have to watch out today. but look at des moines. we'll be talking about severe weather there, talk in the nation's weather. for now, back to robin. >> okay, ginger. good to have you back from chicago with us. the shocking video that's rocking the nfl. we're learning more about the footage showing star running back, ray rice, knocking out his then-girlfriend, now wife, in an elevator earlier this year. the baltimore ravens terminated his contract. and the nfl suspended him indefinitely. ryan smith here with the latest. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, robin. less than two years ago, ray rice was a super bowl champion. now, his ravens jersey no longer for sale at the nfl store. he lost an endorsement deal and others are in jeopardy. revealing a video, on his brutal attack on his now-wife in a hotel elevator.
this is the shocking video that got star running back ray rice sacked by the baltimore ravens and suspended indefinitely from the nfl. rice, seen entering an atlantic city hotel elevator in february, with his then-fiance, janay. appearing to strike her once. then again. seemingly punching her so hard, she hits a railing, knocking her out. the associated press saw a version of the surveillance tape and reports, the two can be heard yelling obscenities at one another. and janay is seen spitting on rice. the ravens firing rice, after tmz released the video on monday. >> when someone that you care about does wrong, you know, and is faced with the consequences of doing wrong, and rightfully so, it is tough. it is hurtful. >> it was hard for all of us to see. >> as bad as it is, have to stick by him for a person. not by his actions at all. >> reporter: this morning, serious questions from some, about why rice wasn't ousted
sooner. the nfl telling abc news monday, that video was not made available to us. and no one in our office has seen it until today. but commissioner goodell did see this video, released by tmz sports in february, showing rice drags the unconscious janay out of the elevator. at the time, suspending him for just two games. >> it's appalling that it took a video to wake the nfl up. >> reporter: off the field, rice was charged with third-degree aggravated assault and apologized publicly to his wife. >> i made the biggest mistake in my life. she's an angel. >> reporter: prosecutors allowing him to enter a pretrial intervention program, with no prison time, if completed successfully. ray rice's camp hasn't responded to our request for comments. as for roger goodell, he admitted he made a mistake suspending him only for two games. now, many wonder if he will face
more fallout. dan abrams said. you heard with christine brennan said. it took a video to wake up the nfl? >> and you have to ask yourself, what's really changed? we had seen the previous video, right? of him dragging his wife out of the elevator. knowing that he had hit her. he was charged criminally. that was resolved. and now, today, the nfl is acting as if, oh, my goodness. oh, my goodness. look at what happened. what did they think happened in the elevator? we knew what had happened in the elevator. and i think they're using this to some degree as cover, to take a harsher position and give him a tough eer sentence. >> they say they did not see the video. this is the first time they've been seeing it. >> that's an important question, if he ends up suing the nfl. let's take a step back from it. even if they hadn't seen the video, they had seen the first video of him dragging her out. and he wasn't denying that he had hit her.
so, what changed? the bottom line is, yes. we've now seen the video, the emotional impact, et cetera. as a technical legal matter, it could matter, whether the nfl had seen the video previously because he could argue, wait a second. i was punished already. you took action against him. there's a collective bargaining agreement, et cetera, in place. you can't just go ahead and up it at a later time. an interesting question. i'll be interested to see what michael thinks, the union, silent. no statement from the union on this at all. >> i want michael to weigh in. i know you will be talking about this on sunday. what are you hearing from the players? and what about the union? people are thinking they may step up. >> i think anytime anyone sees this video, dan says what's the difference with the video? i caught a fish this big. and you see video of them catching the fish this big. the video was impact. it's not about the nfl. it's about ray rice and his situation with his wife. also, about domestic violence as a whole, outside of the nfl. this is an issue, where you have a guy that made a mistake, that
i wouldn't want to be associated with him. no one wants to be associated with him. he wouldn't be on my team. i wouldn't want him around in any capacity. and i think that that is the thing. i don't think -- i think roger goodell made a mistake. and he admitted that two-game suspension. i don't think he saw this video because there's no place for this in any part of society, not just the nfl. but any part. >> okay. thank you, michael. thank you, dan. we want to know what you think. should ray rice be allowed to play football again. tweet us with the #socialsquare and let us know. this is far from being over. >> you're right about that. going to turn to president obama, repairing to address the nation on his strategy to take on i.s.i.s. a new abc news/"washington post" poll shows seven out of ten americans favor air strikes against the extremist group in iraq. jon karl is at the white house with more on what to expect from the president tomorrow. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. more significant in that new poll, an equally large number of
americans in this poll support expanding those air strikes syria. this is a dramatic change of public opinion. there was a deep reluctance to get involved in the middle east. now, you see wide concern about the threat posed by a group that's been beheading americans, taking over large territory, large amounts of territory in iraq and syria. in this poll, 91%, 91% said that they see i.s.i.s. as posing a vital throeat to u.s. interests. >> but the president is not aprepared to announce he is ready with air strikes. and it comes with a time he is facing popularity problems. 56% of the country disapproving of how the president is handling foreign policy. >> reporter: and the single-biggest factor in that, is a majority say the president has been too cautious in responding to this threat. that's why he's giving the speech. he's not going to order air strikes on syria yet. he is going to make the case that he has a strong approach, a strategy for taking on this
group. >> jon karl, thanks very much. now, to a bizarre attack overseas. an undercover air marshal injected with an unknown substance by a man with a syringe, at an airport in nigeria. right now, the marshal is in quarantine. and brian ross has the latest. >> reporter: this unprovoked attack, as the marshal remains under close observation. the attack occurred when a team of air marshals was making its way through the crowded terminal in nigeria. a man with a syringe lunged at one of the air marshals, able to inject an unknown substance in the back of the marshal's arm. the air marshal was rushed through security and boarded the united airlines flight to houston he had been scheduled to work. now, with fears ebola or hiv, the air marshal was given a heavy dose of antiviral medication. and so far, there's no sign of 23 any problems.
>> brian, thank you very much. going to get the top developing stories from amy. >> good morning, robin. we begin with new details about that cyber attack now confirmed at home depot, affecting millions of customers. 60 million debit and credit card accounts may have been compromised. that's more than the winter breach at target because this went on for much longer. the hackers used similar software. if you paid with your card at home depot, anytime since april, call your bank and ask for a new card. a fourth american infected with the ebola virus in africa is arriving back her this morning. the patient is a doctor who worked in sierra leone. the doctor will be treated at emory university hospital in atlanta, where kent brantley and aid worker nancy writebol previously recovered. and a shocking sight in california. investigators are trying to determine why the wooden
rollercoaster at six flags magic mountain erupted into flames while it was being dismantled. the park was closed. the fire in yosemite park is out of control this morning. the fire quadrupled in size on monday. but cooler and ra weather has helped fire crews. and a shark that attacked a swimmer, has been captured on camera. the man was swimming alone off the coast of australia, when he was bitten on his upper leg, all while his wife was watching from the beach. a paddleboarder in the water tried to save him. it was too late. and then, a large shark was spotted nearby just moments after the attack. in sports, a late-night thriller on "monday night football." the cardinals trailed big, entering the fourth quarter. but mounted a wild comeback and beat the chargers, 18-17.
you would think that meeting the leader of the free world would be so exciting for just about anybody. but not so much. take a look. this young man, whose father just retired from the secret service. and his parents got a chance to beat the president. the young man all dressed up for the occasion. but apparently he was a little board. so, he decided to face plant in the oval office couch. the president and his parents have no idea what he's doing. it was just after they see this photo. he's going to be in big trouble. >> he took a full leap right there. >> make sure that happened. >> his face into the pillow. >> his parents, really boring things. >> when he grows up, he'll be mad, you can't tell that's him. i swear that's me. >> his friends are like, we know it's you. we're going to turn to apple. thanks, amy. all eyes on the tech giant with a huge event planned this afternoon. buzz has been happening for weeks, that the company will
unveil a new iphone. neal karlinsky has the latest from the announcement site in cupertino, california. >> reporter: good morning. by all accounts, today will be huge for apple. this is the same location where steve jobs introduced the first mac 30 years ago. and then, there's this. this strange white box or building that apple has constructed. pure white, no markings at all. all part of today's secretive event. few product launches in recent history has come with so much secrecy, so much anticipation. from the kiptic apple invite, wish we could say more. to people already waiting in line at apple stores across the country. >> the next big thing. >> reporter: it's a safe bet that apple will show off its much-anticipated iphone 6. and for the first time ever, a brand-new product. a wearable device some have called the iwatch. >> there isn't much in the way
of smartwatches. there's been wearables. but nothing that works great with the iphone out of the gate. >> reporter: first, the phone. leaked photos show what many believe to be a bigger screen and new materials. sapphire glass. a superhard, almost unbreakable screen. it may use that fingerprint sensor, and a chip to turn the phone into a mobile payment device. then, there's the iwatch or whatever it might be called. rumored to include a slew of health tracking sensors and possibly a wireless way to recharge. not all apple predictions of the past have borne fut. mac mockup images of these are what many expected the iphone to look like before its launch in 2007. will the predictions get it right this time? >> will apple live up to its own hype? it's a lot of hype and pressure to live up to.
>> reporter: apple, of course, won't comment on any of this. we'll have to wait and see. the big event begins here in california at 10:00 this morning. george? >> neal, thanks. we'll have so much more on "world news tonight." david muir, live from cupertino, with exclusive access behind the scenes at apple. now, to a minnesota woman and her husband who just struck it rich, winning a nearly $12 million lottery jackpot. that's life-changing money, at least in my life. but they say, they don't plan on changing pretty much anything, including her job. you wouldn't know it, but this woman waiting tables just hit a major winfall. >> a little shocking at first. >> reporter: 51-year-old rhonda meath and her husband, joe, scoring a jackpot saturday. >> hi, guys. >> reporter: that didn't stop her from waiting tables at the lake elmo inn outside minneapolis monday night. >> i enjoy my job.
i have great friends here and a great boss. it's a fantastic place to work. i have no plans of leaving. >> reporter: her boss says, he's not surprised. >> she's in heaven here. if you have fun at work, why give that up. >> reporter: rhonda, who spends much of her free time training therapy dogs, said her newfound wealth won't stop her volunteer work, either. planning to donate some of the money to a police canine foundation. and joe has plan for the money, too. promising to contribute to the college fund of the clerk that sold them that ticket. >> have to mow the grass and get the mail. >> we're not going to do anything out of the ordinary. >> reporter: but one thing that may change back at work -- >> i think the kitchen staff is going to be a lot nicer to me. >> that's the right attitude to have. >> christmastime. they're making their lists. >> i love they're not changing their lives. they're going to continue to live their life. life goes on. >> why not? and larry is in social
square. she has the picture of the morning. >> i do, robin. an incredible moment of generosity that's lighting up instagram by roy hibbert of the indiana pacers. a police officer giving a homeless man a pair of shiny boots. hibbert caught it and shared it with his followers. he wanted to show a side of the police you don't see in the news recently. we want to say, roy, thank you for sharing. robin and george, back to you. we're going to go to ginger. damaging winds, hail and possibly tornados in the midwest? >> i have the not-so-pretty picture of the morning. along this cold front, later this afternoon. here's who needs to be on alert. kansas city, des moines, minneapolis. and tomorrow, detroit, from st. louis, will be watching tomorrow, as well. your local forecast is coming up in 30 seconds.
>> hi, david murphy with an update from accuweather. nothing showing on storm tracker 6 live double scan this morning. as we head outside to the airport and then look up the river to the ben franklin bridge, we do have cloud cover, some sunny breaks out there. overall it does look like it's going to be rather mostly cloudy today. we are looking at a high of 77 degrees, climbing out of the 60's right now. a lot of clouds with some sunny breaks and at times there could be a spotty shower or a period of rain or drizzle and then tomorrow clouds to sun, better.
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>> this just in upper darby police superintendent michael chitwood just told "action news" that a suspected peeping tom is under arrest. chitwood says police captured the man outside the laurel manor apartments in the secane section the township. people at that same complex had complained of a man looking into their windows. hello everyone, it's 7:26.
>> we've had issues on 95. we had that disabled school bus a disabled vehicle northbound near cottman. that is all just cleared but we can see that we're still jammed on i-95 northbound, a delay you don't normally expect. so we're jammed from the betsy ross bridge to cottman. it's long way jam because of those problems we had earlier. southbound that's your normal morning volume and you can see it's still heavy, a 36 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. let's go to the northeast extension. we've got a problem here, an accident involving an overturned vehicle southbound on northeast extension approaching lansdale. it's blocking the right lane. chopper 6 headed to the scene right now. two problems on the new jersey turnpike. this tractor-trailer fire still blocking the right lane northbound near exit eight. now in the southbound side we've got an accident there blocking the right lane, too, matt. >> a lot going on, karen much thanks so much. here's a live picture of the ben franklin bridge and the skies over south jersey and philadelphia and there's a picture of david murphy. >> it's a similar start to yesterday. take a look at temperatures.
we're at 68 in the city, low 70's down south 60 in allentown. a bit of a cool breeze blowing as well. this afternoon we're going for a high of 77 with clouds and some sunny breaks. at the same time there's the chance of some spotty showers or perhaps some drizzle. the best chance down the shore but some of that could work its way up towards philadelphia at times this afternoon. clouds to sun and better tomorrow. >> thanks, david. with the mayor of atlantic city. hear what the mayor plans to do about the mounting job
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♪ where are they coming from this morning? out of chicago. such an energetic crowd shaking it off. all part of our special event across the country, as the "dancing with the stars" mirrorball trophy tours america. a bunch of those people are trying out right now. several of them will be plucked from the crowd for a dance-off. and the winner of that will be heading to the premiere on monday night. we say good morning, america. >> we were shaking for a different reason in chicago, with you counting down. >> yes. >> on the edge. you had us shaking, as well. >> your but steady, though. >> it was for a great cause. what really happened to the young american, 22-year-old teaching english overseas as an
international murder mystery right now. and then, also, dr. oz called it a miracle weight loss product. now, a maker of green coffee extract is under fire. why the company has just agreed to pay a massive fine. and this breathtaking video. daredevils repelling 100 feet within an active volcano. we'll talk to him live. >> this is an appropriate time to do the -- >> yeah. i called it, robin. >> not before. >> we're going to like live to that man who did that video. i'm surprised he's going to be able to be here. >> what kind of suit do you need? >> but he may have a tan that close to lava like that. >> you had to go there. you were thinking about it. we're going to begin this half hour, with the mysterious murder of a young american woman, apparently beaten to death in her apartment in chile, where she was teaching english. no suspects yet.
but there may be an ear witness, who heard the killer's voice. abc's gio benitez here with that story for us. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the state department is following this case. a young woman who adored chile so much, she wanted to work there as soon as she graduated. she loved when people greeted her with a hug and kiss. but now, police say, a killer there ended her life. this morning, an international murder mystery. a beautiful, 22-year-old american, allegedly murdered in chile, where she was teaching kids english. erica hagen's body discovered in the bathroom of her apartment, in the chilean city saturday morning. the prosecutor saying, hagen had at least three injuries on her head, caused by a sharp, blunt object. hagen had been in chile since july, after graduating from georgetown college in kentucky. she was teaching at a private secondary school. local reports say a half-burned blanket was found in her
apartment. and that the school watchman saw smoke from the chimney friday night, after he called out asking what happened. a male voice inside reportedly said, calm down. i am with my girlfriend. but i am just leaving. hagen's devastated family, telling "gma," she was following her passion. >> she dedicated herself to helping other people and to her belief in god. >> reporter: hagan had been documenting her time in chile on her blog. posting for the final time friday, just a day before her body was found. writing, every day, i meet more people that invite me to be social with them. and i love it. hagan was scheduled to return home in december. instead, friends and family are now mourning her loss. while authorities try to piece together what happened. >> she made a mark on everybody that she met, positive influence for the world. >> reporter: her alma mater, georgetown college in kentucky, is planning a memorial service. and the state department tells abc news, it will wait for chilean authorities to
investigate this. but can't comment any further. george? >> such a sad story. we're going to turn to a murder trial, shaking up a small florida town, where a woman is charged with killing her good friend who stole her husband, a man who once served as mayor. in a surprising twist, the suspect was turned in by her own mom. linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: this morning, a florida mother of two, is standing trial. charged with first-degree felony murder. accused of killing a friend who was having an affair with her estranged husband. >> i've been spending years to forget it. >> reporter: the man at the center of that love triangle, dan trott, testifying against his ex-wife. he says they were in the midst of a divorce, when he started dating her long-time friend. but in february of 2010, she went missing after failing to meet trott at the gym. then, an unexpected break.
>> i think there's been a murder. >> okay. and where is the person at who is the victim? >> i don't know. >> reporter: investigators turning their focus on graham trott, after her own mother called 911 to report her daughter possibly had committed a murder. even naming the victim. >> she didn't tell you who she's saying she killed? >> she's saying -- i don't know. kelly. >> kelly. >> what makes this case so unusual is how the defendant was exa acting immediately after the murder. >> reporter: and prosecutors say graham trott even led her own family to the body. but the defense argues, other people had a motive. people like her own husband, gino. >> you uh loved her even after you found out she was cheating on you? >> yes. >> reporter: rallo testifying monday, he had nothing to do with his wife's murder. and prosecutors say he has an alibi, captured here by a store
surveillance camera. gram trott has pleaded not guilty. her attorneys declined to comment to abc news. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. time, now, for the weather. ginger zee. >> we have wild video. ready for this? we're going to russia. and it's bashkiria. this tornado comes across. this guy had just left his garage. that garage. moments before. and there it went, in front of him. thankfully, he's okay. we did see that many of the villages surrounding were damaged. but didn't read too much about injuries. fortunately, that video just crazy to see those russian dash cams catching it all. the mild weather goes away, as we see a pool of cold weather settling in. look at the overnight lows. detroit, in the 40s by the weekend. billings there. and i promised you a look at the snow. it's really montana, northern wyoming,
>> thanks a lot, ginger, david murphy on the terrace. a fair amount of cloud cover to start out and cool, in the 60's. your exclusive accuweather 7-day, mainly cloudy, some spotty rain or drizzle today and a high of 77. better tomorrow with a high of 80. >> all that weather, brought to you by pier one imports. >> it's 98 in dallas. >> i like how you roll, amy. dr. oz called it a miracle weight loss product. why a company that makes green coffee extract is paying a massive fine. and prices at the supermarket about to go up. we'll tell you why. and a daredevil went down into one of the world's most dangerous volcanos. we'll talk to him live, coming up on "gma." [ female announcer ] you get sick, you can't breathe through your nose...
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back, now, at 7:41. with the government coming down on a company that makes a weight loss product dr. oz called a miracle bill. the maker of a green coffee extract has agreed to pay a massive fine for misleading consumers. and abc's mara schiavocampo has our story. >> reporter: it's been hailed as a supersupplement, by tv's most famous doctor. >> taking green coffee extract, doubles your weight loss. >> reporter: but this morning, the company behind the green coffee extract, applied food sciences, has settled with the
ftc for $3.5 million, over charges it made baseless weight loss claims about the product. >> the ftc will not hesitate to act when we see misleading climbs in the marketplace. >> reporter: in their complaint, the ftc says the company conducted a seriously flawed human clinical trial. falsely claiming participants lost an average of 10% of their body weight without changing diet or exercise. and then, continued to deceive consumers by repeating those claims in marketing. including touting dr. oz's endorsement of its product on its website. >> it's a supplement that helps you burn fat faster. >> reporter: dr. oz answered questions in an exchange with a senate panel. >> i don't know why you say this tough because you know it's not true. >> i give my audience the advice i gave my family all the time.
>> reporter: dr. oz doesn't make money off these. or give companies permission to use his name or the show. but has said he will be more careful moving forward. applied food sciences hasn't admitted or denied the ftc's claims. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> mara, thank you. we tried to reach dr. oz for comment on the ftc's action. but we were told he was traveling and unavailable. robin? coming up, william and harry speaking out about the big royal baby news. what they're saying now. and into the volcano. one of the daredevils who repelled towards boiling hot lava and lived to tell about it, live, just ahead. when change is in the air you see things in a whole new way.
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volcano. millions clicking on it. we'll talk to him live in just a minute. first, take a look at this. it's the jaw-dropping viral video heating up the internet. that's san francisco adventure-seeker sam cossman and three other explorers, repelling 1,200 feet down toward a boiling pit of red hot lava. the most unaccessible volcano off the coast of australia. the lava, spewing fiery rocks at their feet. wearing a special suit to protect his body from eat and acid rain, cossman appears to be close enough to reach out and touch the swirling pool. an up-close and personal encounter with one of mother nature's terrifying and mesmerizing masterpieces. >> no. >> and you know what? he lived to tell about it. here's the explorer,
entrepreneur and volcano diver, sam cossman. welcome to the show. >> thank you, michael. great to be here. >> i'm going to ask the obvious question. what made you do this? >> you know, i've just always had a great curiosity for adventures. i'm interested in challenging myself in new ways. this is something acame across on the internet. i wanted to put a plan in place and make it happen. so, i was really excited to be able to do that. >> and something we've talked about here. how was the heat? i know you have a special suit on. but exactly how did it feel to you with the suit on? >> it's extraordinarily hot. even with the suit on. you can sit there for a max of five seconds or so, before it just is unbearable. and you have to take a breather and step back 20 feet or so. while you're looking into the crater, it's about 2,000 degrees. and there's waves of heat hitting you. and melting camera gear. and melting everything that the heat comes into contact with. it's a very extreme place. >> you have a partner. he got married at the edge of an
exploding volcano. i don't know how he talked his wife into that. what are some of the other crazy adventures you've had? >> you know, i've been involved in quite a few, actually. most recently, i was on an expedition tracking sailfish off the coast of mexico for a feeding frenzy. there's a sardine bait ball where the fish are hunting collaboratively. i was working with graham hawks and karen hawks, the ocean explorers, with a two-person submarine to track humpback whales. >> this is george. i want to go back to the volcano. how did you know it wasn't going to erupt? >> you know, it's been relatively stable for a few years. >> relatively? >> there's always an element of risk. but i suppose it was worth the
risk to me. >> it looks like waves of -- like magma was coming towards you. >> yeah. it's quite volatile. and it ebbs and it flows. and it takes the warm of what looks like water, actually. >> that's not water. >> i get it. >> everybody, sam, is watching this video. everybody is mesmerized by it. we're glad you are safe. >> yes. >> and hopefully, you'll stay safe, my friend. all right? >> thank you very much. >> thank you, sam, very much for that. coming up, would you hire a bridesmaid for your big day? >> hire? >> yeah. meet the woman who is making it a business. some things are worth holding on to. make virtual real. with canon pixma printers and the pixma cloud app, which allows you to print anything,
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>> ♪ >> good morning everyone, i'm matt o'donnell. 7:56 it is tuesday, september 9th of we have an update on the northeast extension here with karen rogers. hey, karen. >> big problems, matt. on the northeast extension as we look with chopper 6 overhead, you can see there were two vehicle involved. that vehicle completely overturned we saw the tow truck on the scene which is good because we've got a 6-mile delay. you're just crawling along on the northeast extension. this is southbound. the accident approaching lansdale but look at this traffic. nowhere to go because while they were trying to get the vehicle involved onto the tow truck it caused some restrictions and still we have one lane blocked. , see how track is really jammed on the northeast he is tension southbound.
as we go to the maps, not that far off. yet another accident brought down pole and wires and still closing allentown road at reinert road. stick to tomlinson road as your alternate for that one. meanwhile looking live here on the blue route near route one, really heavy in both directions but check out the northbound traffic from i-95 to the schuylkill a 40 minute ride. no accidents or big problems but the school buses matt back on the road and we're really slow everywhere. >> thank you karen. meteorologist, david murphy is tracking some more autumnal weather i guess you could say in the accuweather forecast. hi david. >> we have clouds across most of the region, matt. take a look at temperatures and we're at 69 degrees and as you look over these numbers, there is a little bit avenue cool breeze blowing as well. your seven-day from accuweather shows an afternoon high of 77, cloudy skies mixing with some sunny breaks and at times there's the chance of some spotty rain or drizzle, better chance down by the shore but philadelphia could pick up some of this. most of it mainly in the afternoon. clouds to sun then tomorrow, back up to the yes and matt, 86, warm and humid with a late thunderstorm an thursday.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. we have the latest details on the new royal baby. we're hearing from william and harry. and the secrets to staying slim. tory johnson lost almost 80 pounds. now, she's revealing how to keep it off. and would you hire a bridesmaid for your big day? the professional bridesmaid who is saying i do to improving your wedding. all that and carmelo anthony is here, as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪ we are in chicago. that is cameron mathison,
arriving there in the windy city. the second stop on our shake and dance mirrorball tour. it's our across the country event. "dancing with the stars" starts next week. and they're vying for tickets to be at the premiere. >> the people in the crowd getting ready right now. a few of the fans will get to shake it off for tickets to monday's season premiere. yesterday in boston. today in chicago. they're working their way across. >> that would be awesome. we should have done that, george. me and you. if it's the last thing i do, you're going to shake a tail feather on this show. >> it will be the last thing you do. >> that's why it will be the last thing i do. keke palmer is about to play
the first african-american to play cinderella on broadway. and our audience members are trying to look for the perfect fit. >> this is for you. just to see. >> we can only hope it might fit. is it you? oh. not you. >> i'm the prince. not the princess. it's not supposed to fit me anyway. >> you just look like a stepsister. >> ooh. that was a good one. i got a laugh. i'm going to brag about you a little bit. amy is featured in the october issue of "redbook." it hits stands today. and in it, amy talks about her breast cancer diagnose. and how she took stock of it. and i agree with this, stronger, wiser, more beautiful. >> i learned how to not die before you die.
and i think that's something that -- it almost takes a life-threatening situation to really rediscover, to just savor every moment and be grateful. >> we feel it every day. one of the ways to do is you have to do your job. read some news. >> thank you, george. i will do just that. good morning, to you. good morning, everyone. we begin with the nfl responding to the new scandal surrounding that video of star running back, ray rice, knocking his ten-fiancee in a casino elevator. tmz said the league was aware of the video and turning a blind eye to it. this morning, the nfl refuting that, saying the video was not made available. after the video surfaced, rice was suspended indefinitely by the league. our other big story, the killer flash floods across the southwest, triggering dozens of water rescues. phoenix, half a foot of rain falling outside of the city, in just a matter of hours.
two deaths are blamed on that flooding. we'll have ginger's forecast coming up. new indications that americans are losing faith in president obama. most americans want the u.s. to launch air strikes against the militant group i.s.i.s. in syria. the president meeting today with congressional leaders to discuss his plan to defeat i.s.i.s. a troubling, new study of airline security. 20% of catering workers, admit people without security clearance could gain access to the trucks or their kitchens, to place contraband on their food trucks without ever being noticed. and now, to the supermarket. milk prices have hit a new record, topping $3.65 per gallon. analysts blame soaring dairy
pries on a rise on exports, reducing supplies here at home. apple fans are awaiting the next big announcement. the company is expected to unveil the iphone 6 and possibly a smartwatch. whatever apple announces, david muir will have exclusive access. it's happening on "world news tonight." and this morning, the good life. captured on camera. who doesn't love a good day at the spa. as you can see, this pampered golden retriever, is enjoying every moment of it. and his buddy can't wait for his turn. he gets more relaxed as he appears to just fully enjoy the full body, top of the line spa treatment. as we watch this video, it reminded us of another classic. the pet rabbit, loving bath time in the sink. look. that dunny is just fully enjoying his sink bath. >> oh, girl.
>> i don't think that's funny. >> i don't know, amy. >> am i the only one laughing? is anyone laughing at home? >> we better hope everyone's laughing at home. that's all i can say. >> it brought you joy. >> i enjoyed every minute of that. >> all right. we're going to move on now. we are learning a lot more this morning about the royal-to-be. william and kate setting off all kinds of buzz with news that baby two is on the way. abc's bob woodruff has the details. >> reporter: this morning, newly pregnant kate, is reportedly at home, at kensington palace, being looked after by william and treated by the dr. who delivered prince george. >> it's been tricky. >> reporter: the queen and prince charles, learning of the good news in the last 48 hours.
kate is leaved to be six to eight weeks along. >> we're thrilled. it's great news. early days. we're just as things settle down and she feels better. >> reporter: the new baby means william and kate with have their own heir and spare. and no one is more excited than prince harry, who couldn't wait to tease his big brother. >> for the second time. yeah. it's very exciting news. i can't wait to see my brother suffer more. if it's a girl, he'll suffer even greater. i'd love to see him cope with that. >> reporter: and what about the little prince, who will one day be king? >> i think george will be thrilled, to have a smaller, younger, brother, sister. >> reporter: despite kate's condition, this weekend, william and kate are still making plans for a birthday bash fit for a king. throwing a party at kensington palace, as uncle harry turns 30. the plans are on hold for kate's solo tour of malta. all future engagements are still
up in the air. but kate says she wants to make it for prince harry's invictus game launch, tomorrow. are you rooting for a royal prince or princess? tweet us now using #socialsquare. "pop news" coming up. larry is outside with the morning menu. >> sarah jessica parker's beautiful house listing. you will not believe these pictures. and moms opening up about the most stressful things that keep them up at night. and tory johnson is here to share her tips for losing weight and keeping it off. i believe this is one of them. more great tips from tory and so much more coming up, on "good morning america," here in times square.
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great crowd, joining us here in times square. a little crisp outside. fallish outside. what's popping here inside, it's hot. hot. >> you got me excited. you know what's hot? this is. one of the world's most prized pieces of film memorabilia about to go on the block. we talked about judy garland's ruby slippers being auctioned off in the past. very exciting to hear about cool film stuff. but this is tremendous. this is one of her dorothy dresses from "the wizard of oz." it's rare. it's one of the prototypes. this is the music we had to pick? come on, people. this is "pop news." >> antie em. >> now, she's english. this was a prototype. sh is one of several test dresses they experimented with
on-set. it's the only one with the gingham check fabbic now synonymous with dorothy. estimate for the dress, somewhere between $200,000 and $300,000. my guess, it will go much higher than that. >> setting the bar. >> there you go. for my next musical performance -- no. "sex and the city," the producers of "ferris beuler" has built a million listing for sarah jessica parker and matthew broderick. their home is listed in new york for $22 million. it's a historic brownstone. that is divine-looking. it's nearly 7,000 square feet. a huge garden out back. there were pictures of her
closet. just do me a favor. take a minute and enjoy that scene. if you're the lucky buyer, the couple is throwing in their sleek, white ping-pong table as a parting gift. >> they showed me the refrigerator, i would have considered. >> no word on where they're moving. but good luck in the house hunt. finally, a brand-new development in selfie technology. thank you. anyway, i digress. for those tough moments when you want to snap the perfect selfie, you now have the selfie brush, to ensure that your locks are looking luscious for that special moment. $20. an iphone case and hair brush coming together. one suggests using the side mirror. and look, george. this could have been a better shot, if you used the handle to
extend your selfie-taking reach. and you can counteract shaky hand syndrome. we could have helped you. and keep in mind that the 6 that's coming out, the selfie brush is not compatible. >> i need that brush for my hair. what's the website? limited market. >> limited market. >> that's a strange "pop news." >> thank you. ginger has a check of the weather. >> good tips on how to take a selfie. good morning, everybody. i love the tiaras. especially when they're from houston. it really fits. we're saying good morning to who? >> rhema, who is 5 years old. >> we'll have to get her one of these. we all want to play princess. let's look at the forecast. so much cooler here and crisp in the northeast, and it is compared to houston. look at the numbers along the northeast. pittsburgh is close to 80. but look at that hot south. yes.
dallas, 98 today. and houston, 92. >> thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace. lots of clouds, cool, a bit of a breeze, temperatures in the 60's in most areas. your seven-day shows a high of 77 this afternoon. clouds mixing with some sunny breaks. at the same time there's the chance for some spotty rain and drizzle at times, especially down by the shore. but some of this might even reach up towards philadelphia later this afternoon. clouds to sun and a high of 80 tomorrow. nice afternoon and then more humid with an afternoon thunderstorm on thursday. >> a big hello to all of the grandkids here in grand haven. i love when this happens. louisiana, you're from louisiana. they just found out. only a couple of miles away from each other. i love this. having a party and meeting each other. >> thank you, ginger. kicking off "the heat index." new research about how sleep schedules can affect your
relationship. it reveals that couples who share the same bedtime are more satisfied an those on different sleep schedules. those out of sync tend to have more conflict. you can still make it work with different bedtimes. they start with simple steps like minimizing light and noise. or sleeping separately. they said that men feel better about the relationship if they're sleeping better. and women sleep better if they feel better about the relationship. >> that makes sense. >> yeah. >> what are we supposed to do? sleep in separate rooms now? how does that help the relationship? also this morning, big shopping news about to take off on twitter. the site launching a new service, featuring a buy button, that lets users purchase products from brands and celebrities or donate money to charity without leaving the twitter page. it's in the testing page right now.
you see the buy button in the tweet. click on it to check out the details. and hit buy now. enter your payment information and confirm your purchase. >> i was wondering. if one of my kids hits the buy button, that's a little scary. >> you have to confirm it. >> i have to change my apple i.d. like every second day. a lot of itunes popping up. >> me, too. funny you say that. >> i'm doing butt dialing. i don't need butt buying. you know? please. >> i'll pull out a second on that. also coming up in "the heat index," the bridesmaid for hire. being a bridesmaid is a big honor. can be a moneymaker. it can be stressful, as well. one new yorker decided to try starting a business, make strangers day go a little better. sara haines is going to get to
the bottom of it. >> reporter: it's the biggest day in 25-year-old ashley's life. naturally the bridesmaid by her side, helping her primp and prep, is one of her nearest and dearest girlfriends, right? ashley made her bridesmaid for the first time less than a month ago. >> i think of a great friend. you guys just met. >> well, you know, you can have your great friends. and you can have your family members. but often, being a bridesmaid is a burden for them. >> reporter: so, 26-year-old jen glance came up with an idea. >> this started an ad when i posted an ad on craigslist, offering my services as a bridesmaid out to strangers in the world. >> 140 e-mails in 48 hours. and a business was born. if you rattle off the services you offer me when i pay you, what are they? >> i am four things for you. i am your personal assistant. i am your social director.
i will help make sure the entire wedding party is having fun. i'm your on-call therapist. and i am peacekeeper, to make sure everyone is calm, cool and collective. >> reporter: ashley is jen's first bride. >> weddings are very stressful. and i'd rather preserve a friendship than force someone to be in my wedding party. what did your fiance say? >> his exact words were, i don't get it. but if it makes you happy, whatever. >> reporter: jen caters to all budgets. everything from a virtual brides maid, to the bridesmaid by your side, for 1,100. that's the ak paj that ashley h selected. >> i have no personal boundaries. >> reporter: ashley's special day went off without a hitch. that means mission accomplished. >> the wedding is awesome.
one of the best weddings i've ever been to. and we're having a great time. >> reporter: for "good morning america," sara haines, abc news, new york. >> behind the scenes, one thought is, if you don't have that wants to be a bridesmaid, or hire a wedding planner if you need a little bit of help. i don't know. >> my daughters were my bridesmaids the last wedding. >> that's sweet. >> it's nice. >> if you're an entrepreneur and you can make some money, and help the bride, absolutely. and sara haines brings us a fun story. next up, you know our friend tory johnson is always on the move. one of the reasons she lost nearly 80 pounds and kept it off. tory documents what it took to take off the weight in "the shift." that's in paperback today. robin shares more of tory's story. >> reporter: she's our go-to gal for saving big.
last fall, tory johnson showed us how to lose big, in her book, "the shift." documenting her nearly 80-pound weight loss journey. >> being fat when you don't want to be fat -- it's like being in shackles. it's like being in a prison that you can't escape. you feel like there's no way out. >> reporter: now, one year later, she's kept the weight off. and her instant "new york times" best-seller, helping countless others make their own shifts. like 38-year-old makia, down 50 pounds, thanks to tory's help. and michelle. the mother of four says she's fit and fabulous at 50. all from eating clean and adding fitness to her daily routine. ail women using tory's valuable advice. most diets are temporary. the shift is for life. and we're going to talk to tory right now. we're out here. we're moving. >> you're ready with your shoes.
>> tell people what we're doing right now. >> one of the points of the shift is about moving more. and you're never going to find me in a gym, every, single day, sweating like everybody else. but i realize that sitting is the new tobacco. that's what a lot of medical experts say. i sit eight to ten hours a day. i can give up my chair and desk and do this. this is what i do. i alternate between standing and walking. and i log four to six miles a day, just at my desk. if you can't doing in like this. it cost me $1,500. this is my setup. $1,500. best investment in my health. if you're talking or texting, stand. if you're on the phone, you're on your feet. you can do that. absolutely. >> that's your biggest key. you have kept -- not only have you lost, you have kept it off, tory. >> and one of the other ways i have done that, is something that a lot of people have given me flak for. i call no cheat days. i was not born with the
moderation gene. a bite turns into the bag. a slice turns into the whole cake. i decided, no cheat days. rewarding healthy eating with bad food, is akin to an alcoholic celebrating soeb wibr with a beer. we have a lot of recipes. >> that smells good. >> cauliflower for fried rice. you can get them free on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! >> you're not even out of breath. you can read an excerpt of "the shift," on our website right now. this is great. i love this. i am going to get this.
>> ♪ >> "action news" a brought to >> ♪ center at cooper. >> hello everyone, i'm matt o'donnell. 8:27. it is tuesday morning, 95 another one of those problem areas we've been experiencing in traffic this morning. let's go to karen rogers for an update. >> that's right. problems on 95, matt and the northeast extension. i have some good news with this. this accident off to the side at this point and we could see, though, a long delay. chopperchopper 6 is overhead. a 6-mile backup on the northeast extension southbound approaching lanes dale. this delay is now starting to ease because that accident is clearing out of there. it was an accident involving an overturned vehicle but you still had some residual delays. now i want to show you right now i-95. we have a problem here. this is i've 95 the northbound off-ramp to the vine. we can see police and emergency workers on the scene with this. we've got penn do the blocking the left lane and you can see some of the debris on the road, too. so i-95 jammed past penn's
landing to the vine due to this accident, matt. >> thank you karen. upper darby police superintendent michael chitwood tells "action news" a suspected peeping tom is under arrest. he says police captured the man outside the laurel manor apartments in the secane section of the township. people at that complex complained of a man looking into their win tomorrow, meteorologist, david murphy has the accuweather forecast. david. >> off to a somewhat cloudy start across the region and right now. take a look at we're still somewhat cool. a lot of the areas looking at temperatures in the 60's. 69 in philadelphia, 71 in allentown and there's a cool breeze blowing. this afternoon accuweather says a high of 77, clouds mixing with some occasional sun. at the same time we'll be on the lookout for some spotty rain and drizzle. especially down the shore are, some could make it up to philadelphia as well this afternoon. clouds to sun then tomorrow, a high of 80 and back to 86 on thursday. more humid with an afternoon thunderstorm. nicer on friday, matt. >> sounds good. thanks, david. the free 6abc news app. it's a free download and we
♪ ♪ i put on my perfume, i want it all over you ♪ that is britney spears. her music video "perfume," off her latest album, britney jean. putting on some perfume to mark her territory. >> that's one way to do it, robin. >> looking forward to our walk along with brittany. i'm keeping the slippers on. it was easy to do. and it's all about movement. and i didn't get winded at all. >> she is such a terrific story. so inspirational. also today, jason bateman is here live, to talk about the movie "this is where i leave you."
ali and i saw it yesterday. it is fantastic. so funny. "this is where i leave you." jane fonda's in it. rose byrne, adam driver. >> he stopped by in the summer to give us a sneak peek about it. and keke palmer will be the next cinderella on broadway. and the first african-american in that role. that's terrific. she's having some fun. she's talking with jason and hanging out by our twitter mirror. >> the youngest to play cinderella. maybe i'll get fit for the silver slippers. >> you should give it a whirl. >> if the froggy slipper fits. >> our audience out here in times square, also trying on the beautiful, glass slippers. with a help from our handsome prince. who will get an invitation to the grand ball? i love the tiaras. >> and it's miss america weekend
coming up. that's also appropriate. >> you and amy will be very busy this weekend. >> road trip. >> sometimes -- now, let's go to cameron and merril, who are picking the next in our mirrorball tour contest. >> it could be you guys. it could be you. am i clear? one more time. chicago. who wants to come? is this the moment? go ahead, let's open it up. we pick three tickets. meryl davis, ladies and gentlemen. you go ahead. here come the three numbers. the finalists coming up. >> are you ready?
824776 -- >> 776? keep going. >> 519. sorry. and the last one -- >> we have our three finalists here. they will be dancing for two tickets for "dancing with the stars." >> 790. >> we cannot wait. that was rolling. we can't wait to see who wins. we'll find out. first, let's get back to michael. michael? >> thank you, robin. now, to a giant on the basketball court who is now making his mark in a big way in the business world. and thanks to "ad week" magazine, i got a chance to go one-on-one with carmelo anthony, one of the best players on the planet. he's a six-time nba all-star.
two-time public gold medalist. when "ad week" magazine asked me and carmelo to shoot some hoops and talk everything from our business ventures to fashion, i was all-in. do you think people stereotype you? >> the only stereotype i get, when you do the other business ventures. oh, he's an athlete. i hate to hear that. i try to do a lot of different stuff, from fashion to tech to art. basketball is my foundation. but i use that as a launching bad for everything else. >> you have a an entertainment. where do you see yourself in five years? >> we have a production company or management company. i have three throws i'm an now. and i see myself in five years on a yacht in the caribbean.
done. i'm joking. >> i'm with you on that. >> i love to work. >> yeah. >> for me in five years, i hope to continue expanding what i'm doing. and taking opportunities as they come. what i do now, is nothing i would imagine i would be doing. they are opportunities that i was able to take advantage of. i have a question for you. how many pairs of shoes do you own? what size do you wear, first of all? >> 14. >> okay. when you're tired of them, i wear 14. >> i'll for we have this on ta. i'm good with that, then. how many pair do you have? >> i stopped counting after, like -- >> after what? >> 1,000. >> after a,000?
a thousand pair of shoes? >> i'm a real sneaker-head, though. >> and one heck of a good guy. thank you, man. >> my brother. always. >> send me my shoes. >> we're laughing at the end of that piece. but i'm not laughing when i say, carmelo, where are my shoes? i'm still waiting. outside to ginger with a final check on the weather. >> no pressure. let's say good-bye. we are always celebrating something out here. but this morning, a simple hi mom and dad. where are they? >> prescott, arizona. >> we wanted to start with something more pretty. that's the mar vest moon. that's so pretty, from parts of southern california. additional rainfall, on top of what you have, looks like this.
could see monsoon storms happening again. flash flooding happening this morning. des moines is in the target. bright along that huge cold front there. >> thanks a lot, ginger, david murphy on the terrace, a cool breeze beneath mainly cloudy skies. your exclusive accuweather shows a high of 71, clouds, some sun and some spotty rain and drizzle at time. clouds back to sun tomorrow, with a high >> all that weather, brought to you by h&r block. >> what have you got, ladies? >> we've got a lot. we'll go to cameron mathison and meryl davis. they have a big winner, going to "dancing with the stars" on monday. cam, take it away. >> we have nick. we have lindy.
and we have kayla, who are jacked to have a chat of danging for the "dancing with the stars" premiere. and meryl davis will be judging. are you ready? all right, everybody. cue music. ♪ ♪ >> all right. very nice. very nicely done. i know chicago was bringing it. meryl, tough choice. >> nick, you pulled it off. >> nick. nick from chicago. nick, congratulations.
how does it feel, man? >> no way. >> you're or dancing star. going to "dancing with the stars." congratulations, man. congratulations. >> thanks, guys. >> he's got the moves. >> that was impressive. we're excited about "dancing with the stars" premiere. we'll will watching monday night at 8:00, 7:00 central here on abc. coming up next, jason bateman is
jason bateman gives one of the most moving performances of his career in this new film. he's playing a radio producer, whose life is coming apart, as he comes home with all of his siblings to mourn his father. take a look. vtr. >> i've seen that. that's a thing. >> it's not a thing. >> maybe that can be our thing. >> it can't be your thing. okay. this is why. nobody's going to pioneer it. seven days, no work, no travel, sit in that seat.
>> i'd love to find the word for three. >> stop it. this was your father's dying wish. and you're negotiating? he was not a perfect man or a perfect father. but he sure as hell was better than most. >> mom -- >> no. your father has one final request. and we are going to honor it. >> you can ask the questions, too. >> it's like me in the morning in front of the mirror. >> the premise. seven days you're sitting shiva. the whole family together for the first time in who knows how long. and all their stuff comes out. >> it's a big vomit of problems. there's a laughter. there's tears. there's the whole thing. it's like any typical family get together. families are great breeding grounds for comedy and drama because there's usually conflict. >> reminds me of the classic line, all unhappy families are alike. each unhappy family are unhappy in their own way.
the pain is there. but the connection is there because they love each other. >> we were like a family on the set. shawn levy gathered a nice group of actors and crew. and everybody shared a sense of humor. some of that comes across in the movie. >> you get to play with tina fey. but jane fonda. we couldn't believe it when she came on screen. she looks amazing. >> those are the fake boobs. in the movie, she has fake boobs, everybody. let me be clear. >> we're not getting a close-up right there. that's too bad. >> i could download the image that's burned into my head for you, real quick, if you want. >> please. >> there was a line. crew members to touch, to look. she was very happy to show anybody. even cars driving by between setup. people outside the sound stage. >> i believe it. and the movie is packed with so many little jolts.
it surprises you and shakes you up a little bit. >> jonathan trapper wrote a great book that has a healthy fan base. i hope they're happy with the adaptation. he kept the best bits and cut out all of the garbage. >> you're now directing as well? you cost ali and i a few days of our vacation. >> yeah. i chopped a day or two off your iceland vacation? >> yeah. >> that sounds like a place you probably shouldn't be spending a lot of time. >> thank you. >> your kids, a parentally, were eager to get back. try hawaii, george. >> they would not want to come back from that. >> your wife was incredibly cooperative. immensely talented. i appreciate that. and letting her come back early, i owe you a little bit of money. >> that's fine.
you star with nicole kidman, as well as directed. looking forward to that coming out. >> i start editing next week. and christopher walken plays our dad. it's a classy project. i can't figure out how they let me direct. >> jason bateman. thanks for coming in. "this is where i leave you" in theaters friday, september 19th. 14
am here with none other than keke palmer. just 21 years old. she's about to make history for the second time. she's already tv's youngest talk show host ever. now, she's breaking more barriers. debuting tonight, the first african-american to portray cinderella on broadway. she's the youngest ever to portray cinderella on broadway.
please welcome keke palmer. >> thank you so much. that was a beautiful intro. thank you. >> it's tonight. are you ready? >> i'm very nervous. i've been preparing. a i feel like i'm ready. >> there's so many people showing yo uh love online. they're so excited about your debut. nurse j. wants to know what inspired you to play cinderella? >> the opportunity. i always envisioned i would get the opportunity to do broadway. when i thought about it, i envisioned myself being much older. 30s and 40s. when the opportunity came up, i thought, keke, this may be the one. >> a lot of us grew up with cinderella. what did you think of the character? >> as a kid, i loved watching the movie. and when i saw the brandy version, i loved it even more because i was like, my gosh. this is like me. i could relate to it more, as
far as my life and what i could do. big props to brandy for that. >> she played it in the movie. it did open up eyes. what are you hoping that people and girls of all walks of life. what do you want them to take away from seeing your performance? >> the thing that cinderella is about. specifically in our version, all things are possible. you have to believe in it. with me being the first african-american to do it on broadway, it encourages that message. you have to go for it. >> we fell in love with you eight years ago. was it eight years ago? >> it was back ten years ago. >> it wasn't? >> 11 when i shot it. 12 when it came out. >> this is what somebody, so sweet. kathy on instagram writes, the little spelling bee girl all grown up. what's it like growing up in the public eye?
and you haven't had any missteps. >> i think it's been gradual for me. i worked and did my thing and had my own little thing going on. i felt like it wasn't too exposed. i go through my own stuff like any young adult does. but i have great parents. my life and my career is them raising me. >> you have spoken freely about that on your talk show and everything. and you've surrounded yourself with good people. on broadway, the wicked stepmother is sherri shepherd. >> who i love so much. this is my second project with sherri. she is so much fun. a chicagoan, just like myself. and we're having so much fun together. nervous togetherer. excited together. it's good to have a friend like her on the show with me. >> you are working hard.
you had long rehearsal days to get ready for tonight. >> i wish i was a yournlist, so i could write about all of the hard work that goes into this. i don't think people realize the discipline it becomes to do broadway. this is a crazy experience. life-changing. >> it is. and you have handled everything, from the talk show to movies to broadway. and we have prince topher. he will be handing out -- >> amazing. how about joe is the sweetest guy ever. he's so much fun. taking me through this process. i wouldn't have wanted anybody else to do it. >> he's not handing out golden slippers. but golden tickets to tonight's debut of keke palmer. all of the best to you. >> thank you so much. >> you can see keke tonight on
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and dance mirrorball tour. he is heading to houston and will be there tomorrow. is he really going to drive from chicago -- >> let's do the math. >> or the car just shows up. >> no. if you want to join us, we'll be at discovery green. for more, go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! congratulations to abc's terry moran. there he is with michael patrick moran. 7 pounds. lots of dark hair. mom is doing great, as well. happy day, everyone. >> ♪ >> breaking news at 8:56. trump entertainment resorts has filed for bankruptcy. the company owns the trump plaza which is scheduled to
close in one week and the trump taj mahal. ac is already dealing with several thousand job losses from other recently shuttered casinos. we'll have a live rot at noon. karen rogers with traffic. hi, karen. >> hi, matt. we have a multi vehicle accident on the pennsylvania turnpike. it is westbound between bensalem and willow grove blocking the left lane. reducing speeds in the 20's at this point westbound on the pennsylvania turnpike. i-95 has been messed up all morning. look at this delay at penn's landing. northbound traffic jams from the walt whitman bridge to the vine. we have that accident on i-95 northbound. the ramp to the vine and that's the reason for the delay. the can kids are back to school and traffic has been a mess all morning. blue route, schuylkill, i-95 just more cars and vehicles on the roads. no accidents on i-95 near girard but you're still traveling 18 miles an hour, 13 miles an hour still at this hour on the schuylkill westbound near the boulevard, matt. >> thanks, karen. david with the accuweather forecast. good morning, david. >> all right, there, matt we're off to a somewhat cloudy cool start with a bit of a
breeze blowing. take a look as the temperature in philadelphia is at 68 degrees right now. still 69 in wilmington. up to 63 in allentown and low 70's down the shore. this afternoon 77 and accuweather says clouds mixing with some sunny breaks. at the same time there's the chance of some spotty rain or drizzle. most that of probably down by the coast. tomorrow much better, matt, with a high of 80. >> thank you david. coming up the arrest of a man peeping in the windows at a suburban apartment complex. we'll have a live report. home depot offers free id protection to customers affected by that huge data breach. more details on that come canning up at noon. live with kelly and michael. that's next on 6abc. i'm matt o'donnell. have a great tuesday,
announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, one of the stars of "this is where i leave you," jason bateman. and from the series, "witches of east end," jenna dewan tatum. plus, the u.s. open men's tennis champion marin cilic. ll next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪