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good morning, america. holiday havoc. a nor'easter taking aim at the east coast. the big storm poised to cause chaos for millions traveling this thanksgiving. >> look at that. >> as reported tornadoes slam the south overnight. now towns overcome with snow bracing for dangerous flooding. high alert. city on edge. the fbi thwarts a bomb plot over the weekend. the latest on the ground right now. that may be the greatest catch i've ever seen. >> magic moment. this giants rookie receiver reaching back wards, twisting
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his body. why is everyone calling this the greatest catch ever made. i'm the captain of the ship. >> pitbull hosts a sizzling american music awards. the night goes in one direction. taylor gets crazy. iggy gets fancy. and j. lo turns up the heat. ♪ now pitbull here live, after flying cross-country all night. >> just wrapped up. [ speaking spanish) the amas and i'm on my way to "gma." get ready, america. i want to have what pitbull is having. >> no kidding. the definition of high energy last night at the amas. he's traveled through the night to be here this morning, live. >> so many big performances last night. did you see this? garth brooks.
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a rare live performance. his new single, "people loving people" the crowd wept wild. >> a lot more on that coming up. a lot to get to this morning. the major storm set to pound the east coast just in time for thanksgivi thanksgiving, setting up a travel nightmare. >> it's as if we ordered it just on time. the most important travel day of the year, wednesday, looking wet to snow to wet again all in the north. different pockets that are not going to cooperate with all the travel going on. and the east, probably one of the worst. gnat nor'easter trying to develop. it looks like most of the i-95 corridor, south of d.c., going stay rain. in the afternoon and evening, it transitions to a wintry mix. a winter weathered a sizery this morning from parts of worcester, massachusetts, to parts of pennsylvania. the southeast, tortured by
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severe storms overnight. all the warmth feeding on up. washington, d.c., today, could be record warmth. buffalo, new york, the last place that needs that. rob marciano, extreme team member, has been there all weekend. how are the folks doing? >> can you imagine what the folks here are going through? over seven feet of snow. digging out from that roofs collapsing. and now this. this is buffalo creek, now a raging river. taking ice and snow downstream, jamming it up. residents being told to move at a moment's notice. there are over 700 national guard troops here. red cross has additional shelters on standby. temperatures in the 60s. the snow will continue to melt. the rivers will continue to rise. this storm pumping up the heat, lit have big winds. high wind warnings.
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the trees already weakened from the heavy snow could be coming down. we might see power outages on top of this today. the nor'easter is sure to cause problems for thanksgiving travelers all over the country. tens of millions of us will be in the air and on the roads over the long holiday weekend. david kerley is at reagan national airport with the latest. >> reporter: a couple of days of work and then you head out for the holiday? think again. the bad weather could touchdown even if you're enjoying sunshine right now. this morning, more than 46 million americans are preparing to travel for thanksgiving. that potential storm along the east coast threatening to make it quite a slog. i know what you're thinking, los angeles and san francisco, no problem, it's an east coast storm. think again. >> it doesn't matter if the city that you're in has the weather
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issue. all it takes is one city in the northeast. >> reporter: atlanta expected to be the busiest, fomed by l.a.x., chicago, dallas, denver, and san francisco. those flying should pack patience. this year, the planes will be packed with more passengers. >> 11 alpha control. >> reporter: the airlines plaped for this week. sunday, the busiest day of the year. the military clears air routes, additional air space so your plane with get to where you're going. if you still want to fly, thanksgiving day is probably the best choice. you may want to come back the next day, friday. if you try to come back on sunday, you'll pay double. and george, it will be a very slow day. >> no question. thank you, david. tlaits on the immigration showdown between president obama and the republicans on the hill. in my interview with the
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president, he pushed back against critics. >> congress has a responsibility to deal with these issues. there are some things i can't do on my own. what i do have is the legal authority the try to make the system better, given the resource constraints that we have, we have to prioritize. >> jon karl at the white house. >> the republicans are all over the map on how to respond to the president on this. the bill they would like to pass would be up with explicitly forbidding the president from doing what he's doing on immigration. of course, everyone if thn if t get the 60 vote es needed, the president could veto it. >> gotten into the job of counterfeiting immigration papers. there's no legal authority to do what he's doing. >> reporter: and george, even
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senator cruz is not talking about a government shutdown. >> the iran nuclear talks. the deadline today. the president told me yesterday, still huge gaps. >> reporter: the deadline is today. i'm just told by a western diplomat that there will be no deal today. but there has been progress over the weekend. there will be an extension. another round of talks on the iran nuclear deal coming in december. >> thank you, jon. >> i know you talked to the president about ferguson. the grand jury decision is expected any moment now. protests picked up over the weekend. and the fbi thwarted a bomb plot. steve osunsami is on the ground there. >> reporter: good morning, robin. so many people here were expe expecting a decision over the weekend. families are more than ready to hear something today. authorities have prepared the
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sidewalks behind me. >> hands up. >> all: don't shoot. >> reporter: the protests moved to st. louis. everybody from michael brown's father and mother to the president on "this week" urging calm. >> using any event as an excuse for violence is contrary to rule of law and to who we are. >> reporter: while the nine white jurors and three black jurors contemplate criminal charges, the national guard, more than 1,000 police, and worried demonstrators from across the country, are expected to meet in the streets. >> any time you have a mass grouping of people of color, like myself, and you have law enforcement, it usually doesn't turn to out too good. >> reporter: stores here look closed because business owners boarded up windows in fear.
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>> we look abandoned here. pretty much imprisoned. yeah, it's sad. >> reporter: fbi agents ron the ground. they areed two men over the weekend accused of buying explosives to use against the police. officer taryn willen could be charged with murder, manslaughter, or nothing at all. if cleared, a police union rep says he should be able to return to work. >> my hope would be if one day he decides he wants to get or stay in law enforcement, that he's able to do that. especially if he's cleared. >> reporter: people here are very concerned about potential unrest spilling into the thanksgiving holiday. at least one school district here has canceled classes today and tomorrow. george? >> okay, steve, thank you very much. now to the scandal rocking the university of virginia. students protesting over the weekend after a report alleging shocking sexual assault at a shock party and claims the university did nothing about it. all fraternities and sororities
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have been suspended. >> reporter: the take happened in 2012, says the victim. the same year university of virginia was crowned by "playboy" as the nation's number one party school. this morning, a new nickname. this morning, greek life suspended after allegations that sexual assaults on campus have been swept under the rug for years. the accusations, detailed in an explosive "rolling stone" magazine article sparking protests over the weekend. the expose recounting in disturbing detail when a freshman says she was gang-raped. >> one of her goals was to try to spread awareness. >> reporter: the now junior who goes by jackie in the article says she felt obligated to stay silent. she was warned by a roommate to
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remember where your loyally lice. a representative of the fra tenty says they do not condone this behavior. >> we're going to get to the bottom of whatever this is. we're going to make this a better place. >> reporter: but it's not just uva. the school is 1 of nearly 100 schools under federal investigation or compliance review for their handling of sexual misconduct. wendy murphy has field suits against nine schools. >> i have seen uva behave badly for a long time. and this is the first time they've faced such significant public scandal. it's long overdue. >> reporter: but this morning, some say uva's reaction is too little, too late. liz securo, a uva grad was raped in the same frat house. >> for 30 years, to have no
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progress made is inexplicable and heart breaking. >> reporter: the university says it's asked police to open an investigation into jackie's claims. according to "rolling stone" in the last academic year, 38 students reported sexual assaults to university officials. of those, only four resulted in sexual misconduct board meetings. one person tweeted, the move is dramatic but meaningless, saying the suspension takes place over winter break when they're not really affected. good morning, everyone. we begin with the fatal police shooting of a 12-year-old cleveland boy, prompting calls for change this morning. someone called to report a person with a gun scaring people at park. the caller said the gun was probably fake, but that information was apparently never relayed to officers. police opened fire when they say
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tamir rice reached for what turned out to be a b.b. gun. they say the orange tip that shows the gun is a toy had been removed. one lawmaker wants to require toy guns to be brightly colored to distinguish then from the real thing. there is a surveillance video of the shooting that has not been release sod far. in northern california, the driver of this tour bus that crashed and flipped off the highway may have dozed off behind the wheel. one passenger was killed. dozens others injured. the same drive was involved in another accident just hours earlier when he clipped the side of a denny's restaurant. charges have not yet been filed. breaking overnight, one person in custody after a security scare at a texas army post. fort sam houston was in lockdown for several hours after a report of a suspicious vehicle that drove through a check point. crews searched the vehicle for possible explosives.
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authorities are not reporting details about the person under arrest. also breaking overnight, this is all that's left of an apartment building that came crashing down on chicago's south side. crews rescued two women from the rubble. investigate rrs looking into whether a gas leak is to blame. a bizarre scene in wisconsin. a car droef through a parking garage barrier. the driver got stuck in the scaffolding. the driver was rescued. the car is still stuck. crews will try to pull it out today. zblmpl and finally, definitely what you do not want to encounter in your next day at the beach. for the first time ever, the black sea devil, the elusive fish. >> ew. >> wonder how it got that name. this beauty has been caught on camera with its razor-sharp teeth and menacing scowl on
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display. the only female is this intimidating. >> of course. >> so what else is new? >> you are surrounded. you're a brave man today. >> excellent. >> i teed it right up for you, george. >> you realize you're outnumbered today. >> i can see that. >> thank you, amy. how about the amas last night. oh, let it go. it's all right. ♪ let it go let's talk about music. the american music awards. the biggest names in music rocking out in l.a. last night. it was the women that ruled the evening. >> of course. >> reporter: watz night of music magic kicked off by none other than tail ir swift, showing us just how crazy talented she really is. ♪ they'll tell you i'm insane ♪ because you know i love the players and you love the game ♪ >> reporter: performing her brand-new hit, blank space, for the first time on live tv.
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>> welcome to the 2014 american music awards. >> reporter: and it didn't slow down from there. pitbull be, the host, bringing the audience to their feet. ♪ don't stop the party >> reporter: one of the many epic performances of the night. like jessiej.'s entrance. before joining to perform the crowd favorite. ♪ bang bang there goes your heart ♪ >> reporter: and charli xcx breaking it down on stage. and selena gomez bringing tail ir swift to tears. ♪ the future that we hold is so unclear ♪ >> reporter: and crooner sam smith. ♪ for better or for worse >> reporter: winning big for the award for favorite pop rock male artist. but it was iggy azalea who stole
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the show. showing us her fancy side. ♪ i'm so fancy you already know ♪ >> reporter: and later pulling double booty duty performing this steamy single with j. lo. ♪ because if you love a big booty ♪ >> one direction. >> reporter: and one direction winning one of the biggest honors of the night. artist of the year. >> thank you. oh! >> reporter: a seemingly endless round of applause for legend diana ross. presenting the first ever dick clark award for excellence. >> and we've fallen in love with her. >> reporter: and it went to a legend in the making. >> i'm so unbelievably happy that you want to have a glimpse into my life. thank you so much. >> such great night. favorite moment? tncht ovation that diana ross received. and garth brooks, live. it was fantastic.
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"people loving people." how about you? >> mine was the double booty duty, for sure. no question. >> listen, i said it. you were thinking it. >> we're happy about that. >> and mr. worldwide will be here. pitbull. >> i cannot wait. now to snow around the great lakes. colder weather to follow? >> yes. we start talking snow again. it was so mild. look at this. a low pressure system with rain this morning in chicago. it will transition late into snow. the heaviest of the snow will fall in parts of wisconsin, milwaukee to madison. groan bay, a winter storm warning. some snow totals will top four-plus inches. wind chills. this morning, 14
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>> reporter: hi, everyone it's bluster and mild this morning with terms in the 60s and clear sailing from here, in the afternoon we expect clouds and sun, it will be blustery, but we'll get a record high of 72. at least that's the way it's looking. we'll have to hit 71 or 72 to get the record. 58 tomorrow, snow and rain wednesday. >> so today, 67 in new york. from here up, on today. from there down, i'm wednesday.
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just so you know. gonna get cold. >> i got it. got it. we're going to move on. coming up on "gma," the latest on bill cosby. more accusers coming forward. and the great deals at outlet stores. why some of the clothes might not be the bargain you think they are. and katy perry revealing she'll be headlines the super bowl. and it's the catch that everyone is talking about this morning. how this giants rookie held on and the reaction going viral. and pitbull here live in a little bit. stay tuned.
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the nest learning thermostat. welcome to a more thoughtful home. >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 7:26 on this monday, the coroner has been called to a crash on i-95 that has caused a traffic mess. let's go over to karen rogers a with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, all morning long i-95 northbound right here in delaware county has been shut down between 320 and the blue route.
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we saw the trucks involved they have left the scene. they have reopened the on-ramp to i-95 northbound. we think they may be getting ready to reopen i-95 northbound, but at this point it's shut down in delaware county. look at the delay, i-95 northbound you're jammed from the delaware state line to 320 because it's blocked between 320 and the blue route involving a bread delivery truck and debris all over the roadway. to avoid this delay, you may want to stick to the alternates, 291 or route 13. you could go farther away to route 1 or new jersey on 295. you're traveling at the single digits at times. on the vine street expressway we had a jackknife tractor-trailer. now we have a new the shot of the disabled vehicle blocking the right lane on the vine street expressway. >> looking live on sky 6. you can see the gray clouds.
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how is the rain, david. >> reporter: the rain is almost gone, storm tracker 6 live double scan there's a little bit of rain left over in south jersey, that's not an issue in most areas. 6 # degrees in -- 63 degrees in philadelphia. this afternoon, looking very mild, high of 72 degrees that will be a record if we hit it. 58 tuesday, a mix of rain and snow wednesday. >> coming up on "g.m.a.," the latest on the allegations against bill cosby. we'll see you in 30.
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♪ ♪ you need a good girl to blow your mind yeah go ♪ ♪ bang bang into the room i know you want it bang bang all over you ♪ >> go, jessie j. >> everyone at the amas last night rocking it out. >> they were having a good time. >> they were. >> and pitbull running the show last night. he's making his way here right now. he doesn't need sleep. >> no. it's overrated. he'll be here any moment. that's how he gets around. a greet cro a great crowd we have here with us on a monday morning. and "gma" investigates, outlet store. important information as we get
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ready for holiday shopping. you may be surprised to find out where some of those clothes are from. and katy perry is set to roar at the biggest show of the year. the superstar has announced her next supergig. giving a little sneak peek at hat she might have in store for you. >> that will be a big show. we're going to begin with bill cosby. more women coming forward with allegations of sexual assaults. live performances being canceled all across the country. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. cosby's haurs say he's being vilified. the accusations keep coming. the fallout dproes. this morning, the number of women publicly accusing bill cosby of sexual assault, some of them anonymously, has doubled. the group now up to 16. the legacy of this cultural icon under fire. eight of his standup
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performances canceled amid the scandal. he's expected to return to the stage saturday in washington state. cosby finally breaking silence late friday, telling a florida paper, i know people are tired of me not saying anything. but a guy doesn't have to answer to innuendos. people should fact-check. cos cosby's lawyer calls the claims unsubstantiated, fantastical stories. he's keeping some engagements. receiving a standing ovation on friday in florida. some long-time fans copping to his defense. >> until he's proven guilty, he's innocent. >> reporter: but he could not escape the jokes on "saturday night live." >> hey, bill cosby, pull your [ muted ] pants up. i have always wanted to say that. >> reporter: the setback keep coming. >> i remember being over there and not having any clothes on. >> reporter: therese telling
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elizabeth vargas cosby drugged and sexually assaulted her when she was only 19. >> he had no right to do that. >> reporter: abc news has reached out to some former costars. so far, they're all remaining silent. but the cosby show producers saying the recent news reports are beyond or knowledge or comprehension. >> the laws vary state to state. it's a possibility a d.a. could try to open one of these cases up again. possibly file charges. it's more likely that this is doing to be about legacy than about law. >> reporter: those former cast mates we reached out to, former stars of "the cosby show." all of them for now keeping quiet. cosby has 21 more shows left op his schedule. we have seen some of those cancel. >> he's going forward with others. thank you. now to the big announcement about the nfl's biggest game. katy perry revealing she'll be headlines the half time show at
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the super bowl. reena ninan has more. ♪ you're gonna hear me roar >> reporter: it's official. katy perry is roaring her way to the super bowl xlix halftime show. >> welcome to my testing facili facility. >> reporter: releasing the information on twitter. and this online video. >> i have some insaid ideas. >> reporter: and giving hipts for what to expect. >> what if we cover the stadium if glitter. doesn't feel dangerous enough. kittens zmchlt this is great. >> reporter: the news ending weeks of rumors that she could be taking center stage at the biggest game of the year. it's not known where sther she for the plum gig. >> i'm not the type of girl that would pay to play the super bowl. >> reporter: perry, who is known for her over-the-top
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performances now joins heavy hitters. from prince. ♪ purple rain snoets. >> reporter: and madonna. to beyonce, who reunited destiny's child for the occasion. ♪ all the single ladies all the single ladies ♪ >> reporter: and bruno mars, whose high-energy show-stopper brought in the most ever, 115 million viewers. so whatever perry has planned. >> it's here. holy half time show. >> reporter: she better be ready to bring it. >> she'll be ready. >> no worries there. >> i was there. i saw bruno mars last year. whoo, did he put on a show. time again for the weather. stor 70 severe storm reports on sunday, augusta, georgia,
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damaging winds the culprit. southern new york through coastal south carolina through southeast georgia and northern florida that's the hot spot for strong to severe storms. orlando, 87. for the miles per hour, -- fort myers, 83. relative humidity down to 8%. that's no good for fire. dry and breezy, 62 fresno, 66 act meant tow and 66 las vegas, that's the big picture, let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thank, ginger, david murphy on the terrace, we have cloudy skies, but the rain is ending. we're moving from the 60s to a record high of 72. blustery today. 58 tuesday. cherok eshs
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back now at 7:40 with "gma" investigates. outlet stores today. are you really getting the same items they're selling at their retail stores? some lawmakers are calling for an investigation into it. paula faris has the details. >> reporter: deep discounts draw savvy shoppers. but do customers really mow what they're buying when they go to outlet stores? >> a lot of these goods sold in outlet stores are made for outlet stores and are of lesser quality. >> reporter: already, 11 class-action lawsuits, some claiming words like compared to and market price on tags are deseptember i have business practices. some of the same items are not sold at stores. now, several members of congress, including u.s. senator richard blumenthal asking the ftc to open an investigation. what have they done?
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>> the ftc has, unfortunately, done nothing. >> reporter: to see what we would find, my producer and i shop at an outlet mall in new jersey. >> could i are undreturn this t regular sak's? >> no, no, no no. >> reporter: they say their store is a mix of regular items and outlet stores. is this made just for the outlet or is this made for the regular store. >> no, wee don't -- we're studios. >> reporter: they say they receive overflow from neiman marcus. and at gap. >> can i return those at a regular store? >> no, it has to be gap factory. >> reporter: we brought the items we brought to a textile professor at north carolina state university. first, sak's men's wool swerts.
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>> there are dimps in seaming and finishing details. you'll notice there a slight puckering here in the seam of the one from the outlet. the one from the regular store, just some of their finer details. >> reporter: check out where they're made. >> reporter: the one from the outlet is made in china. the one there the regular store, italy. >> reporter: with the gap jeans? >> the labeling with the three squares denotes the outlet. >> reporter: what about the compared to and market prices stores have on their tags? >> that's not clear from the price of what they're comparing it to. >> reporter: we asked nieman and sak's to provide was the kompb rabl items. they declined. sak's said margaret price is determined through an aggregate market comparison. off fit stands behind both the
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quality and pricing of the product. gap is proud of the factory store collection that are specifically styled, designed, and produced for our shopper. >> consumers should be told the truth. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new jersey. >> good to know what you're getting. some perfectly great things out there. you want to know what you're buying. mom always said, if it seems to do goo to be true, likely it is. >> that's the truth. coming up, the obsession over teeth-whitening. the dapgers of extreme pleeching. and did y'all see this catch? come on, now. odell beckham jr. he had three fingers on it. the crazy grab. everyone is talking about this. wait until you see how people are responding rite now. come on back. my goodness.
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flying backwards. >> that is absolutely impossible. what he just did. >> reporter: forget about the play of the game. >> that may be the greatest catch i've ever seen. >> reporter: new york giants receiver odell beckham jr.'s touchdown reception may go down at the greatest catch in nfl history. >> i guess i have to thank my mom for the long fingers. >> how to you make that catch? >> reporter: the impossible grab with three fingers. staying inbounds for a touchdown. take a look that picture. the photographer in the back ground, so stunned by the incredible catch, he appears to have missed the money shot. social media exploding immediately with the hash tag thin thingsodellbeckham can catch. lebron james tweeting, i just witnessed the greatest catch ever possibly by odell beckham
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jr. wow. now along with this helmet catch and this one-handed juggler touchdown from a kansas city chiefs game last year. >> i hope it's not the greatest cap of all time. i hope i can make more. >> reporter: whenever the vergt, catching it like beckham will be big for a long time. this is not a fluke. they have gloves with stick 'em on there. it was so cool to thank his mother. he saiders i want to thank her for my long fing prps. >> both his parent, great athlete athletes, formerly from lsu. >> mom is an all-american. six-time track star. >> no franco harris. >> he's been on me all among about this. you, too? he wanted to drop the piece. >> no, no. coming up, our amas
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♪ ♪ it's a marshmallow world in the winter. ♪ ♪ still ahead on "gma," inside the ballroom for the final rehearsals before tonight's "dancing with the stars."
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>> good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 7:56 on this monday, let's head over to karen rogers, karen, i think you've got good news. >> reporter: yeah, i-95 northbound is reopened, but the damage is done. look at the traffic. we're looking live approaching highland avenue, as you try to head toward the blue route. it's jammed from naamans road to 320. it was shut down after a horribly serious accident. the coroner was called to the scene early this morning. you can see the delay is here, so a mess on i-95. let's switch our camera shot i-95 at cottman, southbound traffic, your normal delay
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approaching cottman to girard. 38 minute ride southbound. you're moving on new pavement this morning, that's better news there. on the ben franklin bridge we had a disabled vehicle that was cleared, you're jammed westbound from the tolls to 8th and vine, tam. >> what a morning, thank you, karen. let's look out over penns landing. it's easing up, but gray out there. >> reporter: cloudy skies, but the rain is gone. ocean and burlington countybut seeing the last that. it's mild this morning, 64 degrees and windy. the seven day from accuweather shows a high this afternoon of 72 that's a record if we hit it. very warm, although blustery. tomorrow partly sunny cooler, 58. wednesday we have rain arriving in the morning that will change over to and mix with snow especially from philadelphia to the northern and western suburbs. it's mainly rain in the city and the farther north and west you go the better chance you have of
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some accumulation. high of 40 in the afternoon. >> that's it for us, of course, we'll be back in 30 minutes. we'll send you back to "g.m.a."
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♪ good morning erks america. i'm taking over times square. >> it's 8:00 a.m., and pitbull here live after a blockbuster amas. iggy, taylor, lorde, arianna ♪ booty call and addicted to teeth whitening? why an addition to pearly whites can be unhealth hi. and giving thanks for a well-cooked meal. from foiling your turkey to the secret way to use yogurt. simp simple short cuts to a better turkey day. and behind the scenes at
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"dancing with the stars." as we say -- >> good morning, america. get ready. and they're ready out there in times square this morning. look who is here. pitbull just coming in. heading out to the social square. not stopped all night long. he's here hilive. >> i'm good, i'm good. >> he's so wonderful and great with the audience every time he's here. a moment ago, he was at the twitter mirror. there he is. how do you like me now? but he's out there on the red carpet now. outside here at times square. >> never forgets the fans. he doesn't forget how much we love it when he visits and performs. on top of hosting amas and flying all night, he'll perform for thus morning. >> he'll join us for "pop news," too. we begin with the tension
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building in missouri and across the country this morning as the grand joury reconvenes today in the michael brown shooting case. p protests overnight moved from there to st. louis. two men accused of buying explosives to use against police were arrested over the weekend. meanwhile, police in cleveland are holding a news conference today after the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy in a park. officers say the boy appeared to reach for a gun. it turned out to be a toy gun. sfwlnlts tapped weather maging news overnight. thousands lost power in georgia. in western new york, evacuation plans are prepare and the red cross is setting up shelters as rising temperatures start to melt seven feet of snow in buffa buffalo. meanwhile, as millions of
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americans prepare to travel during this busy holiday week, a big storm could make travel tougher than usual. david kerley has more on what to expect on the roads and at the airport. david sh good morning. >> reporter: this airport and a couple of others have the latest air traffic control technology. it's called next gen. it uses satellites to tighten up approaches, get more planes in quicker. if you're traveling over the weekend, expect planes to be packed. the vast majority of us, about 90% of the 46 million traveling, will actually be driving. gas prices are lower. 1 in 7 traveling over the holiday. and with the storm, expect it to be a slog. amy. >> oh, boy. thank you, david. and ginger will have the complete holiday forecast. an update on this alarming
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video from a california high school. a gym teacher is caught dragging a 14-year-old student into the pool. that student, sandra garcia is speaking out publicly. it happened because she didn't want to get her hair wet during class. >> i sat on the stairs thinking he would stop. he grabbed me by my ankles and started to pull me down. i was just hollering stop, leave me alone. you can't be touching me. it made me feel so uncomfortable. >> she and her mother say they were outraged when they teacher was allowed to return to the school system after a 30-day leave of absence. they're considering a lawsuit. an alleged drunk driver is blamed for this crash outside phoenix. every single vehicle is hit. then you see later, police say the driver ran from the scene. witnesses chased him down, detaining him, until police
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arrived. americans are ready to dig deep to rub shoulders with the royals. deep into their pockets. will and kate plan to ataend dinner at the met here next month to raise money for their alma mater. a table for ten is $100,000. that includes two vip tickets that give you a chance to meet will and kate in person. i would hope more than a chance for $100,000. a seismic shift in an attempt to draw more beer drinkers. an huzer bush is putting the horses in the barn. the horses featured in bud ads for nearly 30 years are going to be replaced by jay z and zombies. all in the hopes of attracting younger beer drinker. we'll see if it works. >> i want the clydesdales.
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♪ gosh, you really want to see this. the golden retriever is supposed to be running from one end to the other, taking the obedience test. he manages to disobey every single part of it. he's enjoying it. he just wants the food. >> i mean, hello? what dog wouldn't do that. >> especially a golden. >> and the people are laughing. >> he could not be happier. he did nothing he was supposed to do. >> that's my kind of guy. >> viewed more than 9 million times. he's having a ball. >> if you're going to fail, go big. >> right. >> epic. >> and that he has. >> oh, that's fun. >> a little "pop news" now lara? >> yes. the original cowardly lion costume worn in "the wizard of oz" is going up for action.
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just a few years ago, a secretary lion costume sold for almost $1 million. this one is the one you see worn by burt lahr, mom? >> yes. >> thank you, my mom is here. providing color commentary. ore items up for grabs at the sale include a coat worn by clark gable in "gone with the wind." and sam's piano from "casablanca." >> bring the checkbook. >> and a forklift. as we get closer to the holiday season, it might be harder to get your kids to stay focused. a different strategy for parents to consider. why not try speaking with a british accent? the makers of an education app conducted an experiment asking kids to try different voices.
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and finding that both regions of children responded better to the english accent. >> i've done it before. they make fun of me and say i'm not good at it. >> i'm calling it the mary poppins theory. nanny mcfee. >> i'm not doing it today. >> i can't. i can't. and then finally, everybody. so many of the biggest names in music at the amas last night. and we are so excited now to welcome the one and only host of the event, mr. worldwide, pitbull. hello. >> kiss for you. >> not too much for you. >> you still smell so good. he revealed to me. this is the tux he wore. >> no, i came, literally, directly from amas to "gma." >> you're going perform coming up. i want to hear behind the
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scenes, what were your favorite moments? what did you love? >> the taylor swift song, "blank space." she's amazing. that song made me a fan, i don't know why. it's an amazing record. let me see. when we started playing with social media. we did the whole filter thing with andre iglesias. >> you said this is what i look like when i'm not filtered. >> brought out the spanish last night. >> it's true. abc said three spanish words, they went up 142%. now they're up about 3,000%. ? the ratings. >> and then jennifer and iggy. and jennifer solo. she started, you know, any chance i get to sneak a kiss on jennifer, i do. >> she feels the same way. >> look at that. she's gorgeous.
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double booty duty. >> double big booty duty. >> even better. >> but so, so good. what's up next? >> right now, globalization. we're out here. album is out today. we're taking over the world with the music. >> mr. worldwide. >> so get ready. >> and collaborations with j. lo and derulo. >> juicy j, chris brown. you have new artists, too. i love to see guys that are growing and coming up through the game. >> you have exploded. >> juts the beginning. >> globalization, just the beginning. the song fireball. inspired by the little cocktail? >> no, because i'm a fireball. we're all fireballs. >> the fact that you're still standing and performing later in the show, right? >> it's just the beginning. i told you that already. >> he's just getting started. >> and when you say it, buckle
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up. >> that's right. >> see you in a minute. >> see you in a bit. >> say right here. >> let's we love to have pitbull and love the crowd in new york city. riley how old are you? >> 13. . from lafayette, louisiana, 30 years of marriage. we're so happy you're celebrating with us. we're happy you're watching this, i-90 washington state, a photo journalist caught this as part of the interstate is shut down for a time. pacific northwest another storm, 51 seattle, 52 port handle. rain mostly, but some of the higher elevations get into the snow. there are wind at advisories from arkansas to vermont. some of the gusts will reach 40 miles per hour plus. look at buffalo, as if they
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haven't had enough. 42 for denver, 30 in minneapolis. the old push of cold is coming this way, we're enjoying the mild for now. let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: thank, ginger, david murphy here, temperatures in the 60s. high of 72. that will be a record if we hit it. very mild and a bit blustery today, partly sunny cooler tomorrow, 58. wednesday, rain arriving during the modern rush and exchanging over to snow, the farther north and west you go, the more you'll see it. looks like some of us could get accumulating snow wednesday. jimmy? he's right here. just in case anybody is wondering. we're all excited for more pitbull. pitbull coming up. happy birthday, jimmy.
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in today's "morning stir" people going too far for a bright smile. >> reporter: megawatt celebrity smiles. for some, it can become an obsession. now leading to what many dentists are calling bleach-orexia. you've done it all. >> yeah. i have. >> reporter: she says her obsession for whiter and cleaner teeth was all she could thing about. >> i have boxes of whitening strips, dental floss, toothpaste, toothbrushes. >> reporter: she says her quest for perfectly pearly whites got so extreme, she was brushing and bleaching constantly until her dentist interconvenience. >> he said my teeth had turned to mush. >> too much of a good thing is really bad. >> reporter: dr. lawrence riffkin says it can make your
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teeth appear darker. >> exactly. darker with yellow, brown, orange, and even bluish tint. >> reporter: he's heard of people rubbing clorox beach on their teeth. it cleans toilets. >> it's good for surfaces. not in the mouth. or the skin. it's very caustic. >> reporter: if you choose to use a bleaching product, only do so with the advice of a dentist. >> once the enamel has been chemically eroded away, it's gone forever. >> to say i'm no longer obsessed with my teeth would be a lie. but i have it under control now. >> reporter: hoping now for a healthier smile. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> and dr. jen ashton here right now. people taking extreme looengts. there are a lot of thing that
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can discolor your teeth. >> i say start by looking at your own behavior first. first thing is beverages. coffee, tea, red wine, smoking. that's really not good for your teeth. that's in your control. this is not just a cosmetic issue. there can be certain medical conditions, genetic issues, infections, exposure to antibiotics. it doesn't make sense to have bright white teeth if you don't have healthy gums. the inflammation of the gums affects half of the americans over the age of 30. start with a good dental evaluation. >> it's so easy to get these over the counter. what are the risks? >> they're safe in large measure. most of them have hydrogen per rox side. if you're using it excessively
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or every day, that could be a problem. again, it can unevenly dischlorophyllings, caps, crowns, so, that's why you really want to do wit the supervision of a dentist. >> how about the side effeother. >> a smile can do incredible things for your self-image. these things, use them with the help of a dentist. bright red lip stik is on point right now. it really makes the teeth look white. >> everything but that for me. thanks, jen. we got a statement from the american dental association. patients should be cautioned that not enough information is available to support unsupervised long-term use of bleaching products. heat index. final rehearsals. only we got inside the ballroom.
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here's melissa rycroft. ♪ >> reporter: these are the sambas. and the jives. that finalists hope will help them survive tonight's cut. did you really think at the start of this season that you would be here? >> absolutely not. >> reporter: now why? >> he's an amazing choreographer. >> he's okay. b >> but the partner has to put this the work, foop i didn't think week one. >> give me some credit on that one. i'll get you past week one, girl. ♪ >> you're the last man standing in this competition. >> i'm the last man. the last old man standing. and no male has won over the last three seasons. ♪ >> reporter: alfonso ribeiro is not overly concerned about his
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recent injuries as he and his competitors dance the freestyle tonight. >> he's great at tap dancing. i wanted to incorporate that. >> reporter: was that a hint? >> that was a hint. ♪ >> reporter: what do you think was the hardest thing you had to overcome this season? >> me. [ laughter ] >> no, no. myself, honestly. just pushing past limits. and doing things that were out of my comfort zone and saying, i can do it. getting over the little voice in the back of my head, you can't do it. just overcoming myself and my fears. >> reporter: what is the first thing you're going to do and eat? >> lots and lots of pizza. and sleep past 8:00 a.m. >> peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. >> reporter: what's the first thing you're going to do after
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you don't have practices anymore? >> it will be thanksgiving at the robertson house. >> reporter: a centerpiece on the thanksgiving table? the mirrorball trophy would be nice. >> which couple are you rooting for? you can go and vote for your favorite at gma.com on yahoo!. it all comes down to this. tonight and tomorrow. the huge two-part "dancing with the stars" finale. tonight, 8:00, 7:00 central, tomorrow as well. somebody is going to go home with the coveted mirrorball trophy. >> can't believe it's been so long for a guy. wednesday, our huge "dancing with the stars" afterparty. stay tuned for that as well. coming up, we got pitbull. thanksgiving night, how do you thank some of the most giving americans you'll ever meet? you could surprise them on national tv. >> hi.
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>> with the love and thanks they deserve. >> is that robin? >> hi. >> for these true american heroes, we're not quietly giving back. >> are you in? >> you mean potentially giving someone a heart attack? absolutely. >> the way we're saying thanks is totally epic. because they totally desirvet. >> are you serious? >> come along with robin. >> crank it up. look at this. >> and say. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you, america. >> thank you, america. >> thank you, america. >> plus, wait until you hear what taylor swift is thankful for. thank you, america, with robin roberts. thanksgiving night.
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>> good morning, this is video just in three people were injured in a house fire in delaware. they were overcome by smoke. firefighters have contained the blaze. 8:27 on this monday, it's been a rough day on the road. let's check in with karen rogers. >> reporter: good morning, after the accident investigation cleared i-95 northbound is opened. approaching highland avenue the traffic is moving. i want to show you a different shot with the traffic cameras. we're slow i-95 northbound from naamans road to 320. on the big picture, lots of other issues out there, including kelly drive outbound is blocked between fountain green and hunting park avenue. a new accident on girard and
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54th. because of that accident the septa route 15 trolley is shuttle busing between 40th and 63rd street. new castle route 9 at rogers road an accident there, as well. >> let's head outside to meteorologist david murphy, dave, really warm today. >> reporter: no kidding. the rain is gone, but cloud cover overhead. 64 in philadelphia. which is well above the average high. this afternoon we're going for a high of 72. that will be a record for this date if we hit it. blustery today partly sunny cooler tomorrow, high of 58. wednesday is an interesting day, looks like rain arrives early in the morning and eventually changes over to snow in some neighborhoods, the best that ise of that would be i-95 off into the northern and western suburbs, some accumulation is possible. it's over in time for a dry thanksgiving. >> glad about that. time for pitbull and
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"g.m.a.," they we'll wrapping ts up for you in 30 minutes.
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coming up "gma" at the amas is brought to you by -- kohl's. find your yes. kohl's. ♪ y'all having a good time out there ♪ ♪ don't stop the party pitbull and crew getting ready for the big live performance coming up. they've gone all night after the amas to be here. >> he was constantly surrounded by ten incredibly beautiful dancers. >> don't worry. we're not going to stop the party. he'll sing two songs off his brand-new album, "globalization." can't wait to hear that.
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a holiday week. >> feels good. he just brings the energy. also coming up, thee days until thanksgiving. such a great time for families. also a loft work if you're the one hosting. this morning, we have great hacks. these are secrets from the pros to make cooking just a little bit easier. amen. ! and i just would like to share with you all how i spent my weekend. congratulations to our friend and colleague, sara haines. there she is. she got married on saturday in the bahamas. with her beautiful parents. you can see the palm trees. they're bent over. her husband, max, ran down the aisle. they were the best sports about it. a break in the rain. we had the best time. it's good luck to get married in rain, right? i told her that. she was all smiles. she uped up and down when they pronounced her man and wife, her and max man and wife. it was so sweet and lovely.
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happy honeymoon. don't talk to any of us anymore. she had her whole family there. yai, sara. >> what happens in the bahamas stays in the bahamas? >> yes. a look at the skrafr party of the amas. cameron math son was there for us. >> i'm just happy to be here. >> the amas, how does it feel? chlgt it feels crazy. i can't believe wore here. >> reporter: one of the hottest nights in music. before they took to the stage, music's top talents took to the red carpet and we were right there with them. you just keep on raising the bar. how do you do it? >> i -- we just have incredible fans. >> reporter: on their way to three award ts, including artists of the year, one direction sharing their secrets to keeping it zen. let me see the yoga poses. whatever it is, it's fantastic.
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the other boy band making waes, this year's new artist of the year presented by kohl's. >> 5 seconds of summer. >> reporter: we dished with them about the craziest fan stories. >> we had male strippers delivered to the house once. >> reporter: this year, some of music's biggest names back for more. >> i'm performing a new song from my new album. >> i'm loving the energy. i haven't been down one of these carpets in awhile. >> reporter: and rising stars new to the red carpet. >> we're playing, doing our thing. now we're on the red carpet. >> reporter: prish fans. american fans. how would you distinguish the two? >> american fans are louder. >> reporter: from rising stars to living legends. the queen of motown herself, diana ross on hand to present the first ever dick clark award of excellence to taylor swift. >> when a person has charisma and a light, it's unspoken.
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you just feel it. you know it. she has that. >> reporter: and while some stars took the stage themselves, their own must-see moments to look forward to. what are you looking forward to? >> j. lo's bum. >> reporter: that's it. ♪ shake that >> whoa. look at her. smokin'. we have a sneak peek for you now of the new dreamworks animated movie, "home." it stars jim parsons, rihanna, and steve martin. >> good morning, america. we wanted to give you a sneak peek of dreamworks new movie, "home." i play an alien named "o" who comes to earth looking for a place to hide. >> i play tip. an independent girl who gets stuck as o's partner. i sing on the sound track. >> and i play the handsome, brilliant, myself.
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sorry, captain smeck, leader who chases them around the world. and i don't sing. >> please enjoy a look. >> my friends call me tip. >> i am orks. i have been given this name by my many friends. >> oh. >> good morning. >> oh! >> did you really think you could escape? >> he's on the run. >> why are they after you? jt i has made a few mistakes. oops. >> he's in over his head. >> what is happening to my body. >> it's called dancing. >> we don't do dantsing. >> i can tell. >> how long lfr this kills me? >> and he's looking for a place to crash. >> you're a terrible driver! >> oh! >> oh! >> that's so funny. >> look for "home" in theaters on march 27th. let's go to ginger with a final check on the weather. >> and another 13th birthday.
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ellie, from in washington, d.c., this morning a nice shot, but we may see a record warmth. notice i don't have a coat on. it's nice and toasty out here. 67 in new york city, 69 for atlanta. jacksonville, 81. wednesday is when things start to change. mostly rain along the i-95 corridor, but that's the busiest travel day with the wind and mix of snow in the higher elevations away from the city. let's the big picture, let's get a check on your weather. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace. we have temperatures in the 60s. today's high, 72 that will be a record if we hit it. 58 tomorrow, rain and snow at times on wednesday. of onerepublic's current single, i lived.
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goes to the program. a favorite holiday for so many of us, thanksgiving. we have tip on how to make prepping the feast easier. >> reporter: it's the part of thanksgiving we're not so thankful for. the sweat. the tears. the fears that your family-sized feast won't come together just right. we'll be here all day. thankfully, we have some hacks. compliments of senior chef joel gameron to keep the holiday dishes on track. starting with this roasting rack. >> you want to it be crispy. >> reporter: ice the turkey breast for 30 minutes to evenly cook the white and dark meat. >> is that cool? jt i love it. >> go picasso on that thing. >> reporter: third hack.
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marinate the turkey with youg ert for eight hours. for a tearless experience. try number four. >> this is a wet napkin. you put it in your mouth. you tut the ondown, the gases hit the napkin before your eyes. >> reporter: hack number five tackles spuds. >> boil them first. the skin comes right off. >> and the secret to fluffy toe pay tows. baking powder. oh, yeah. if that last course looks more like a bland finale. >> there's a way to save it. covering it up. i'm a big whipped creamer from scratch. put two whisks together. it whips a lot faster. >> reporter: these hacks are genius. >> they're doable. if things go wrong, take pressure off yourself. it's all about fun. there's always a way to fix it. >> reporter: happy turkey day.
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for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, new york. >> a lot of good ideas there. we'll be back with mitt bul.
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all right. it's time to hear a little something from pitbull's brand-new, just released album. here's time of our lives, from "globalization." ♪ ♪ i still get way low i got just enough to get up in this club and be close now ♪ >> good morning america, let's have the time of our life. ♪ oh, i want a time in my life >> mr. worldwide. ♪ oh, baby, give me the time of my life ♪ >> let's get it. ♪ we gotta start i'm gonna have a good time balling tonight get the bar tepider ♪ ♪ she's on fire she's so hot i'm no liar she burned up the spot looked like mariah i took
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another shot ♪ ♪ drop drop drop drop it like it's hot ♪ ♪ i'm a freaky man on the rebound broke up with the ex ♪ ♪ she said yes we did it i got blessed ♪ ♪ i worked but i still can't play low i got just enough to get up in this club and be a good time ♪ >> gma! let's go! ♪ oh i want a time of my life oh baby give me the time of my life ♪ ♪ i'm gonna lose my mind better keep yours because i'm gonna get mine you know the drill shake that ♪ ♪ let me see what you got i want to sew that thing drop from the
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back to the front to the top you know me i'm off in the club like a squirrel looking for a nut ♪ ♪ this is the show i'm not talking about love not talking about love i'm talking about lust let's get loose ♪ ♪ it's my night, your night let's turn it up ♪ ♪ i knew my rent was going to be late about a week ago i worked my -- off ♪ ♪ i want everybody here to have the time of their life let's go ♪ ♪ oh i want the time of my life oh baby oh give me the time of my life ♪ >> break it down. let's rhyme. ♪ everybody going through something everybody going through something everybody going through something ♪ ♪ going with up drink it up
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going up tonight ♪ ♪ oh, yeah >> everybody going through tough times. been there done that. every day above ground is a great day. remember that. ♪ i knew my represent was going to be late about a week ago i worked my -- off but ♪ ♪ be a good time we're going to have the time of my life ♪ ♪ oh i want a time of my life ♪ oh, baby, ooh, give me the time of my life ♪ ♪ let's get it now [ cheers and applause ] to the people of the coffee-drinking world. the time has come to put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve.
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dunkin' donuts dark roast is here. bold start, smooth finish, never bitter. a secure retirement. a new home. earning your diploma. providing for your family. real associates, using walmart's benefits to build better lives for their families. opportunity. that's the real walmart. revealed through the work of its scholars and graduates. it has inspired strength and purpose. an enduring symbol of passion and excellence that is not static, but moves among us. a feeling...a shared experience, a reminder that we are connected for life.
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we are penn state, making our mark on the world. [ cheers and applause ]
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we're with armando christian perez. this is your eighth studio album. "globalization." can we give another proper welcome to mr. worldwide here? [ cheers and applause ] i love the last one. every day above ground is a great day. yes. >> that's right. >> so is this album. i have to say. it's beautiful. >> thank you. >> it's fitting that somebody with the name mr. worldwide would have the album "globalization." but it really crosses different genres. >> i always say that music is a universal language. it breaks down barrier, limbs, borders, religion, beliefs, cultures. it brings everybody together. that's what globalization is about. >> you're going on tour with your friend, enrique. >> yes, enrique iglesias.
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>> you both grew up in miami but learned from each other. >> i use his photo when i filter now. >> we did see that last night. >> con grats with the charter school slam. still got it going. >> we took all the kids out of d and f schools. and slam has become a c school by its fir year. it will be an a school soon. >> he's going to slam us now with "fireball." pitbull. ♪ mr. worldwide to infinity you know the roof on fire we gon' boogie oogie oggi, jiggle, wiggle and dance ♪ ♪ like the roof on fire we gon' drink drinks and take shots until we fall out like the roof on fire ♪ ♪ now baby give a booty naked take off all your clothes, and light the roof on fire tell her, tell her ♪ ♪ baby, baby, baby, baby i'm on fire i tell her baby, baby baby baby baby ♪
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♪ i'm a fireball ♪ >> lets go. ♪ baby baby baby baby baby i'm on fire ♪ ♪ i'm a fireball ♪ i saw, i came, i conquered or should i say, i saw, ♪ ♪ i conquered, i came this little chico on fire and he no liar while y'all slippin' ♪ ♪ he's runnin' the game now big bang boogie get that kitty little noogie in a nice, ♪ ♪ nice little shade note mama said every world would know my name i'm the best you've ever had ♪ >> "gma" we on fire. everybody here. ♪ on fire ♪ you know that we're on fire
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♪ i'm on fire ♪ fireball >> let's go! ♪ baby baby baby baby baby bay bye i'm on fire ♪ ♪ i'm a fireball ♪ sticks and stones may break my bones but i don't care ♪ ♪ what y'all say cause as the world turns, y'all boys gon' learn that chico right ♪ ♪ here don't play that boy's from the bottom, bottom of the map m.i.a u.s.a ♪ ♪ i gave suzie a little pat up on the booty and she turned around and said walk this way ♪ ♪ i was born m.i.a. in a flame 305 ♪ ♪ mama said that everyone would know my name i'm the best you never had ♪ ♪ if you think i'm burning out i never am i'm on fire >> everybody here today we're on -- ♪ fire ♪ i'm on fire i'm on fire
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fireball ♪ ♪ ♪ yes, so. ♪ ♪ ♪ where we going ♪ we're taking it we're taking it ♪ ♪ we're taking it, we're taking it down we're taking it, we're taking it ♪ ♪ we're taking it down we're taking it, we're taking it, we're taking it down ♪ now we're bringing it ♪ ♪ we're bringing it, we're bringing it back we're bringing it, we're bringing it ♪ ♪ we're bringing it back we're bringing it, we're bringing it, we're bringing it back ♪ ♪fireball ♪ baby baby baby baby i'm on fire ♪ ♪ baby baby baby baby i'm a fireball ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] thank you to the one and only pitbull. have a great day. >> thank you, america. >> go to work good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 8:56.
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rough morning on the roads. >> reporter: this is eastbound traffic heading toward center city heavy at the blue route and girard. 6 miles westbound past the boulevard. i-95 southbound 15 miles per hour near girard and lots of other issues. kelly drive outbound is blocked between fountain green and hunting park avenue because of an accident. stick to martin luther king instead. controversy brook, up handle way we have an -- in overbrook we have power outage that caused an accident. septa route 15 trolley is back to normal, tam. >> let's find out about the warm weather and how long it sticks around. >> reporter: it's mild today, 65 degrees in philadelphia. coming up on 9:00 a.m. 67 in wilmington, an in allentown. this afternoon we're going for a high of 72 which would be in record territory.
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it's going to be very warm across the region and blustery, as well. tomorrow, cooler, but above average at 58. wednesday is the day to watch. we have a coastal storm that will bring rain in the morning there's a chance it changes over to snow in the western suburbs. during the day and at night. some of us could get consume lailgt snow on wednesday. -- accumulating snow on wednesday. >> we're live with preparation for the possibility of snow as people hit the road for thanksgiving. the grand jury in ferguson is back at work, we'll give you the latest on "action news" at noon. "live" with kelly and michael is up next. have a great monday!
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announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, one of our favorite funny guys, tim allen. and from the series "gotham," ben mckenzie. plus, stray's stuffing on today's edition of "live's" superstar thanksgiving secrets revealed. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪

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