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good morning, america. breaking overnight, captured. u.s. marshals arrest a man charged with pru tall murder of family in that d.c. mansion. the suspect caught traveling with two cars others arrested as well. new clues about his linked to the victims and the big question did he act alone. holiday weekend washout, dangerous flooding and storms sweeping through the south as millions of americans head out for memorial day. we're on the roads and at the airports this morning. reality show shocker. the huge scandal from one of tv's most popular families bombshell sex abuse allegations against josh duggar. forced to resign from his job. and are you ready to go all
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the way with jessie j. >> prepare yourself america. >> she's pitch perfect. the good girl who will blow your mind. and she's kicking off our concert series. only on gma. >> are you ready for me central park? because here i come. from abc news with robin roberts, george stephanopoulos and lara spencer, live in times square, this is "good morning america." and look at everyone ready for summer right now. our summer series concert in the park ready to kick off with jessie j and that crowd has been building since early this morning. >> we can't wait to get out there. hopefully, traffic won't be too gad. because it's that weekend. highways this morning in new york boston chicago, miami,
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traffic already building up. 37 million americans on the road. breaking news overnight. the suspect in that brutal murder of a washington d.c. mansion arrested. he was on the run. taken into custody. five others arrested with him. abc's ryan smith has all of the latest from washington. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: just over a week after a family and their house keeper was killed, daron dillon wint the suspect finally caught. last night taking dramatic steps to get their man. a week-long manhunt that captured the country. authorities arresting daron dylon wint and taking into custody several others. >> we're able to take him down and arrested. >> reporter: police release this
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surveillance video of a man believed to be wint last week running in the area where the family's blue porsche was sent ablaze. after chasing leads from d.c. to new york city authorities apprehended wint. according to the washington post accompanying wint in that car, two women, one of them driver. behind one believed to be wint's relative. wint charged with first-degree felony murder. his dna was found on a domino's pizza crust, has a long history of alleged assaults and threatening behavior. >> we believe there's a connection between this suspect in this case through the business. >> reporter: the motive for the killing is still unbleer, but wint whose court records describe him as a welder was a former employee of savvas
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savopoulos. authorities believe the victims were taken captive may 13th and killed the next day before the home was set ablaze. and in the hours before the fire according to documents obtained by the washington post there were a series of call from savvas' phone to a bank and an accountant accountant. his assistant dropped off an envelope containing $40,000. it's still unclear what role if any the others in custody might have played. the surviving savvas savopoulos' teen daughters now having to focus on a june 1st funeral for their parents and their little brother. george. we're joined by the commander of the u.s. marshals task force, robert fernandez.
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this has been a round the clock manhunt. >> it's been a busy 48 hours. >> you tracked the suspect to brooklyn back down to the d.c. area? >> yes, wednesday, we did our investigations and we were able to determine at night he was in the brooklyn area and then along with the new york police department task force officers so he just fled. >> yesterday, you track him down to college park maryland and at that point, you basically have him surrounded and 20 vehicles ready to take him on. >> we continued our investigations down here and we were able to marry up the information from both locations and determine he was en route back to the d.c. area we had to figure out where he was heading. once he was in college park at that hotel, we made a plan to figure out which hotel room he was in and take him down. but things are always fluid when
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you're trying to find a human body when they're mobile and before we could get to the hotel, two vehicles left and he was in one of the vehicles. >> any idea where he was headed? >> heading northbound on route 1. we with we had a good feeling he was in one of the vehicles. they did a whacky u-turn we thought maybe they were aware they were being tailed. you never know how a fugitive like this is going to be react. >> amazingly no shots fired and no one was hurt. >> we continued to follow them into northeast d.c. until we could tactically take them down safely. we were able to stop them and arrest everybody without a shot fired. very little damage to any vehicle. >> did he say anything?
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>> no everybody was just placed into custody. d.c. police were there immediately. homicide detectives were there. >> and he was in a car with two other women and there were two men in the car in front? >> there was another man and two women in the car with him, four individuals, and two meals driving the moving truck. >> are you tracking any other accomplice right now? >> right now, no. >> commander fernandez, thanks very much for your time this morning. >> thank you very much. robin, we got a statement from the saveopoulos family. we got a statement, we hope it restores a sense of calmness in our neighborhood. >> we're continuing to think of them and lift them up in prayer. now to the big holiday weekend, millions of americans ready to head out on the roads
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and in the air. aaa predicts 33 million people will drive this weekend the most in a decade and the airports will be packed too, full team coverage on the highways at the airports. ginger starts us off but unfortunately the weekend is going to be a washout down south. >> denver dallas houston, oklahoma city, this is going to be an issue. i-35 i-40. all weekend. corpus christi, texas, 4 1/2 inches of rain in just one hour. that was happening in the last 24 hours. some of the meals you had planned for the holiday are going to move. rain coming through this morning. flash flood watches. much more coming up on this. >> okay ginger thanks very much. one of the worst traffic days of the year. we sent our linsey davis to the
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worst traffic expressway. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. it's not disappointing, living up to its expectation. we're at a complete stand still at this point. believe it or not, it's expected to get worse than this. the worst time for traffics the same hours apply as prime-time beach time 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. their advice if you want to avoid traffic leave at 4:00 a.m. memorial day weekend is one of the busiest times to travel and this year a aaa estimates that 33 million people will be on the road. all this while prices at the pump are climbing to around $2.70 per gallon almost a dollar cheaper than the same time last year. with more people on the road that means one thing is guaranteed -- traffic. but waze could have a solution it gives you the fastest travel
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route based on realtime travel data from other users warning you of obstructions that may slow you down. not as simple knowing the quickest routes you also need to know when to hit the road. >> the worst time to leave is between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. if you don't want to see traffic, leave at 4:00 a.m. >> on monday rush hour is in the middle of day. >> people are on the road the most on memorial day, during 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. if you're about to return home it's best to wait until after 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. >> reporter: don't think tuesday is any better for beating traffic. >> leave for work about one to two hours early. >> reporter: the top destinations for drivers this memorial day weekend, san francisco, philadelphia miami
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and portland. george? >> okay thanks very much linsey. also a record number of americans expected to fly this morning and some new technology could help eliminate one of the worst parts about flying those lengthy delays. abc's david kerley is at reagan national with that story. good morning david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. texts is quicker than calling someone on the phone and the same is true for airplanes. . the faa has been testing a new system texting information between the tower and the aircraft. it's basically the same thing you do with your phones flight changes all texting. trying this in memphis and new york. they're going to roll it out to 50 different airports. united airlines is part of this program. it's saying it's saving six to eight minutes per flight. >> part of a plan to move planes
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faster. >> robin, let me text you the answer. the nextgen. we're going to use gps and other things to crowd planes in closer together, get them in and out quicker. part of this system. >> a little skeptical. but after that experiment thank you, david, for sharing that. last night, a california man was arrested at l.a.x. with plans to join isis overseas. the brutal terror group is on the move expanding its reach. martha raddatz, isis now controls half of syria's territory. >> reporter: one arrested at the los angeles international airport, the other in orange county. but overseas isis firmly in control of two cities in syria,
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the ancient city of palmyra and in iraq the u.s. is rushing anti-tank rockets to iraqi forces this morning after isis gained control of ramadi by leveling entire city blocks with massive truck bombs. george, it's been a terrible week there. >> martha raddatz, thank very much. back here at home, it's a beach weekend for millions as you know but not in one stretch of california that major oil spill shutting down popular beaches as new questions are raised about the company that runs that broken pipeline and abc's kendis gibson has the latest. >> reporter: massive cleanup effort is under way, striking new images from above shows the immense scale of the spill. up to 105,000 gallons of crude oil escaping a busted pipeline. now, the company that runs the pipeline coming under fire records indicating plains all
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american pipeline with 175 safety and maintenance violations in the last nine years. paying out more than $24 million in damages. >> the number of reported incidents by percentage is well within industry norm. >> reporter: the toll of the spill captured in these images. a pelican washing ashore. and mike harris rushing to its rescue. >> lot of these animals are going to start hitting the beaches ahead. >> reporter: with 200 species. wildlife officials expecting the situation to get much worse. >> it has a big impact on the wildlife here. >> reporter: now the oil spreading to the south, impacting the beachfront home of brad pitt and angelina jolie and forcing the closure of two popular beaches and campgrounds. >> they're evacuating the entire campground. >> reporter: kendis gibson abc news. amy has this morning's other
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top stories. the latest outbreak of salmonella is being blamed on suchi, being traced to raw tuna. more than 50 people including a baby have been sickened so far, most of them in california, but nine other states have reported poisoning a well. scientists are trying to find the source. another new revelation from the clinton foundation this time acknowledging that it received up to $26 million in undisclosed payments coming from corporations and other sources, collected as fees from speeches given by bill, hillary and chelsea clinton. a grand jury has indicted all six baltimore police officers charged in freddie gray's death. second-degree murder manslaughter and assault. gray's neck was broken in police
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custody and officers admitted ignoring his pleas for help. finally f your holiday weekend plans include scrabble new scrabble word list is out, 165 additional words. onesie is good for six points. e moji is worth 14. you can shout out for 11 points. twerking will get you 16. bezzy is worth 16 points. it's slang for best friends. you can use it on the scrabble board. >> 165 new words. >> yes. rescue caught on camera, a police officer risking his life to save a dog swept
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away by a raging river. matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: a terrifying ordeal for a dog trapped in these rushing waters. the pup struggling to stay afloat. battered by loose debris and rocks. when all hope seems lost two cops on patrol rush in to help. managing to snatch the dog out of the water. bringing him to shore. but check out what happens next. the officers transform themselves into two-man cpr team. when he revives both of them giving their little poochy patient some belly rubs. the officers named the dog prince. he'll fully recover just in time for the dog days of summer. for "good morning america," matt gutman abc news. >> love the job they did.
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that was great. back to ginger. >> not just that flash this is from new new orleans small hail pounding the cars. severe weather setting up for today stays in west texas southeastern new mexico and panhandle, you can see the large hail and damaging winds. a quick look at memorial day. it's skipping parts of the weekend and wet weather on memorial day itself. let's get to the weekend getaways brought to you by macy's. >> reporter: good morning,
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everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather, the rain from yesterday is gone. as we take a look outside, lots of sunshine over the airport and elsewhere across the region. a little cool with temperatures in the 50s. a warm high of 76 it will be breezy and blustery. mild arena fairly bright. tomorrow milder, less wind. sunday, more humid 80. animal monday, high of 85, shower or thunderstorm possible. advisories. >> a little bit of everything on that map back there. >> yeah happy monday. so much more here on "good morning america." america's most popular family under fire. the shocking allegations against one of the duggars. peeping drones is your privacy at risk?
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>> good morning chopper 6 was over the scene of a two-alarm in camden. it broke out at 6:00 a.m. on the 1100 morocco of kaign avenue. the a firefighters was battling the blaze on the second floor when the floor gave way. the firefighters has been taken
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to the hospital. let's go over to matt pellman with trouble on the roads. no audible. let's take a broke for a moment and take a look in atlantic city there's a little wind out there that could be an issue this afternoon. let's get accuweather from david murphy. >> reporter: starting to get blustery. right now we have sunshine over the horizon take a look at temperatures we're cool to start out, 53 in philadelphia. 51 in allentown and 55 in sea isle city. this afternoon a high of 76 it will get warmer, as tam mentioned it will be on the breezy side winds gusting to 25 miles per hour. sunny and nice to start out the holiday weekend. 71 in philadelphia on saturday. 80 on sunday, more clouds gathering as the day goes on. mix of clouds and sun memorial day. 85 warm and humid spotty afternoon or evening thunderstorm possible. now let's go back to matt pellman and find out what's going on the rails. >> reporter: there you go, trouble with the tracks, we have
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a broken rail along the thorndale paoli regional rail line which means no service between thorndale and malvern. that means if you use the thorndale or downingtown or exton stations you won't have service. northbound side of cottman a crash is blocking the left lane. >> we'll send you back to "g.m.a." and see you in 30.
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good morning, america. right now, the man charged with that brutal murder of a family and their house keeper captured taken down overnight in an arrest with five others. the duggar family responding this morning, sex abuse allegations. against one of their sons. and we're tracking dangerous flooding in the south and the latest as millions of americans head out for the holiday weekend. see them heads out right now. lot to get to before this holiday weekend. plus jessie j kicking off holiday in the park. huge crowd in central park all ready for jessie j this morning. >> she flew all night to be here. got in about 2:00 a.m. but she's reerg to go can't wait for her to hit the stage. >> she's aer the terrific performer
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but right now, that shocking report from josh duggar from 19 kids and counting confessing to molesting young kids as a teenager. he says the behavior ended after counseling. abc's ron claiborne has the story. >> josh is our oldest. >> reporter: this morning, bombshell sex abuse allegations against josh duggar. >> my life as i had known it had been changing. >> reporter: the star of "19 kids and counting." the shocking allegations of inappropriate contact with several underaged girls. reported in intouch magazine. he responded to the allegations on facebook. 12 years ago, as a young teenager i acted inexcusebly. i confessed this to my parents. we spoke with the authorities and my parents arranged for me and those affected by actions to
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seek counseling. he also resigned from his job at the family research council. tlc, declined comment. the duggars have been outspokenoutspoken josh duggar's wedding was featured in 2008. >> during our court ship we decided that there was going to be no kissing and obviously no sex before marriage. >> reporter: when outspoken opponents of gay rights. >> i believe every child deserves a mother and a father. i'm sure grateful for mine. >> reporter: the duggar wield considerably political influence. in 2012 backing republican rick santorum. >> rick is a man of great courage. >> reporter: according to intouch magazine arkansas
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police were aware of at least one of the incidents involving josh. it was only after duggar went for counseling that his father said he spoke to a state trooper, according to the magazine. no charges were filed. >> now his parents releasing this statement. when josh was a young teenager he made some very bad mistakes. . we were shocked. for "good morning america," ron claiborne, abc news new york. >> all right, ron, thank you. now to growing concerns about drones invading our privacy. anyone can buy one. and we're seeing more cases of people using them to spy on their neighbors. very few states actually have laws to protect you from drones used for surveillance and abc's reena ninan is here with that story. >> reporter: good morning. for less than a 1,000 bucks anyone can buy a drone. some are looking to clip their
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wings over the fear of lack of privacy. on modern family gloria's private moment by the pool being watched by this high-tech roving eye, a drone. >> the plane, the plane! it's always spying on me! go ahead or i'm going to call the policeman. >> reporter: these intrusive scenes happening more and more across the country. >> there's a drone right there flying in front of my place. >> reporter: watch as this drone flies over this woman's apartment in downtown atlanta. >> i don't them want them encroaching on my privacy. this one swoops in front of a new jersey home. the neighbors in this case eventually shooting it down. prompting the drone's owner to call 911 too. >> the neighbors took out a shotgun and started firing my way and shot the drone out of
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the air. >> this is where i was trying to get ahold of it. >> reporter: in miami, christina was breast feeding her 16-month-old son when she noticed a drone hovering outside her home. >> where can i freely breast-feed my house snr. >> reporter: this man said this is only the beginning and there's very little in america privacy law today that restrict use of drones by the government or by individuals. >> reporter: only eight states have legislation prohibiting the use of drones for spying. >> we'll be able to figure out the right balance with drones. the faa considering creating some roles for drone operators to get a license. lot of people say that's not enough since anyone can pick up one of these drones. >> arena, thank you very much. let's get another check of
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the weather with ginger. >> jessie j is starting to warm up. this is her biggest fan let's talk about the severe weather potential for the weekend, we're looking at right now the reports from yesterday that was reported tornado nobody hurt look at the gulf coast hail and lightening. just in case you're traveling anywhere from denver to san anglo. >> reporter: thank you ginger, tranquil weather in the northeast. dry conditions. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast we're moving from the 50s up to a warm high of 76. the biggest issue today may be a breeze which will be gusting up to 30 miles per hour. by walgreens.
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robin and george you got to get out here. >> okay ginger thank you. lots ahead here on "good morning america." a warning before you hit the water, could your children be at risk at something called secondary drowning hours after they leave the beach. and we're getting ready for jessie j, the crowd burning up for her big performance. ♪ i'm burning up ♪ ♪ (music throughout) ♪ thanks to everyone who helped make red nose day a success. that includes you, distracted barber. and you, newlyweds. and thanks to each of you who bought a red nose at walgreens. together, we raised millions of dollars to help lift children out of poverty. and we turned a good laugh into a good cause. walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy.
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we're back now with "good morning america" investigates and an important health alert for paerns as we start heading to beaches and pools this morning. there's a hidden danger it's called secondary drowning that you may not know about. here's bazi kanani. >> reporter: he's an active child again after a pool party almost cost him his life. >> he had felt brave and jumped
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from the step into the spa. >> reporter: the spa jets forced rowan under water for at least 20 seconds before his mom was able to pull him out. >> he's okay. he's not blue. he's choking up the water. he seems fine. >> reporter: an hour later, rowan wasn't himself, he was lee that are jack. >> i called the doctor and he said to go to the e.r. >> reporter: he was experiencing secondary drowning a condition that doctors say uncommon but say it can be fatal. >> 24 hours to develop symptoms. most people if they have a significant event develop symptoms in 24 to 48 hours. >> reporter: the fluid that remains in the lung prevents the tiny air sacs moving out to the lung. decreased oxygen can cause the heart to stop. >> it takes a surprising small
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amount of fluid to actually cause damage to the lungs. in a child it can be a quarter of a can of a soda. >> reporter: rowan survived after a frightening stay in the hospital. she updated her blog delighted momma, she's warning parents about the dangers of secondary drowning. doctors say parents should keep an eye on their kids for up to 24 hours. if they have difficulty breathing, coughing take them to the emergency room. >> at least a four-feet fence around your pool so they can't climb over. >> reporter: know what to do if your child goes under water. >> if they're unconscious, you need to immediately start cpr, have someone call the emergency
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services for you. >> reporter: and when a child is in the water, someone needs to be watching all the time. >> i know now you can't turn your back five seconds. >> reporter: for "good morning america," bazi kanani abc news washington. >> and lots more ahead on "good morning america." how smart is your music? could you have a genius playlist? and there's our concert bus getting the party started and the crowd in central park going crazy, all for jessie j, only on "good morning america." l'eggo my eggo l'eggo my eggo (answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there, 'cause i can see you. i'm calling you to tell you to l'eggo my eggo! anncr: some things are too delicious to share. golden crispy, warm and fluffy eggo waffles. l'eggo my eggo.
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you know what, we're feeling the music. we're feeling the music this morning getting ready for our party in the park with jessie j and looking at a new study trying to answer the question what are the smartest pop songs? the answers might surprise you. t.j. holmes is here in the social square with all that. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: songs so complex that you need an english professor to break down the lyrics or could you ask a third-grader to break down the lyrics? in this analysis of the biggest hit in the past ten years, on average, they found the lyrics come in at a third-grade reading level.
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our linkin park's rock lyrics really smarter than the foo fighters' lyrics. yeah. they are. at least according to analysis by marketing expert andrew powell. smartest rockers of all -- ♪ look at this photograph every time ♪ >> reporter: nickelback takes the cake in the most sophisticated lyrics. it's not based on intellect. words count here. how many are used. it might have helped eminem beat out his competition. carrie underwood
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for the smartest lyrics of all number one songs across all genres the highest score goes to none other than mariah carey. ♪ >> well i do love that tune. >> now, this is important to note about this study, it doesn't look at the depth like how deep and meaningful the lyrics are, it takes into accounts the length of a sentence. so country music uses longer words -- >> like mississippi. >> talking about alabama and things like that. the syllables of the words. not the meaning. so country is the absolute smartest genre. >> all right, thank you for bringing that to us t.j. we have i don't know
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>> good morning i'm tamala edwards. 7:56 friday, may 22. let's go over to matt pellman with traffic. >> reporter: happy friday. we wish it was happy not so on i-95 from girard to cottman where they are in the process of clearing out a crash. they are towing away a vehicle in the work zone. for a while the right lane is squeezing by use frankford avenue or stay on the boulevard northbound instead. our other major issue is mass transit, septa thorndale paoli regional rail not running
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because of a broken piece of track. in you use thorndale downingtown we can wexford or media stations, there is no service and when they are running there's delays. >> do you know the way to cape may? there's the beach empty now all yours for the taking. that will change as the weekend gets going. >> reporter: 56 degrees in philadelphia. we're off to a cool start. in the 7 day you see a high of 76. sun and clouds mixed. fair weather cumulus breezy and sunny and nice. 71 on saturday, mid 60s down the shore. sunday, 80. down the shore 70s. monday, 85 inland, possible
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♪ can't stop me now ♪ "good morning america." movie star's showdown. too old to be a love interest on screen? she's in her 30s. her action this morning to holly hollywood's double standard ♪ wake me up when it's all over ♪ the breakthrough on botox. >> the closest thing to magical medicine. and she's red-hot, pitch perfect, and about to burn up central park in our big summer concert kickoff. >> prepare yourself america. >> you got a front-row seat to the party in the park. the one and only jessie j live right now as we say -- >> good morning, america. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm burning up ♪ ♪ i'm burning up ♪ >> good morning, america! >> good morning right back at you, jessie j. she's burning up the charts. firing everyone up as you can see this morning. there was a ruemor that she got in a about at 2:00 a.m. i'm not believing it. >> our first concert of the season. what a way to kick it off. >> she is burning up. a little chilly out here. but it's a glorious day. jessie j, she did in fact flew all night from l.a. to be here live for us. but right now, let's go back
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to amy in times square. good morning to all of you, big story breaking overnight. the capture of the prime suspect in the horrific d.c. mansion murders. daron wint was arrested with several others application stopping in a car and a truck with $10,000 inside just miles from the multimillion-dollar home where wint allegedly killed a wealthy home, their son and their house keeper. wint once worked for the victim's iron company. happening now, record flooding across texas triggering evacuations order. in south texas the trinity river has crested at highest levels in 21 years. flooding triggered by 4 1/2 inches in just an hour. the red cross is opening emergency shelters. caught on camera a would-be carjacker in atlanta, picking the wrong car owner to mess
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with because he carries a gun for protection he used to force the suspect out of the car and faced down on the ground until the police arrived to make the arrest. breakfast prices egg prices are soaring because of the worst bird flu outbreak is happening. could boost prices 75%. and the new ranks of america's best public beaches are out just in time for this memorial day weekend. number three st. george island on the florida panhandle. then barefoot beach near naples florida. number one, waimanalo bay beach in oahu. finally, a reminder to keep your close one nearby. kind of like these two at the san diego zoo that's eight-week old, devi, the hip poe and her
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mom enjoying the dip. mom keeping her moving nudging her around the water. we call it her first swimming lesson. let's head out now to lara in central park with the morning menu. >> thank you so much amy. here's a look at what's coming up on our gm ark morning menu. hollywood under fire. the a-list actress told told she's too young. a special edition of our shark tank showdown and mega megadeals and steals. and did i mention, jessie j, live here from central park. don't go anywhere ♪
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♪ i'm burning up ♪ ♪ i'm burning up ♪ >> time now for the heat index. holdly hollywood a-list maggie gyllenhaal said she's the victim after she was told she's too old to play the love interest. paula faris here with the story. >> reporter: good morning, george. reports that some actresses actually tamper with their age to make them younger than they are in reality it's not all that shocking. hollywood's track record for casting. as maggie gyllenhaal and many others in tinseltown are discovering. she's the golden globe winner famed for roles in films like
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dark knight. but this morning, maggie gyllenhaal isn't prepping for at least one new role, because apparently she's too old. the 37-year-old telling the magazine saying i was told recently that i'm told too old play the love interest of 55-year-old man. but is it a flat-out case of ageism? comedian amy schumer on the tinseltown tinseltown. >> i was too old to play larry king's wife. >> reporter: according a new study, it turns out that hollywood frontmen turn out to be cast against much younger counterparts. harrison ford working mostly with women at least 15 years younger. >> not even a competition, it's so much easier for a man in
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hollywood it's unfair. >> reporter: but in this case art isn't mimicking real life. the average age difference in couples barely more than two years. gyllenhaal went on to say, it made me feel bad, then it made me feel angry and then it made me laugh. her age not stopping playing opposite jeff bridges in crazy heart. >> are you mad at me? >> there's only one way an actress can fight back is create your own material. elizabeth banks and angelina jolie. >> reporter: she's fine and on the outlook for her next big role. men are writing, producing and directing. the only way to change the conversation is what elizabeth banks doing, directing "pitch perfect 2." which is doing great at the box office. that should send a powerful
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message in hollywood. >> how's elizabeth banks' direction? >> it was her first time and it was really fascinating to watch her behind the scenes doing this and for the oping -- she holds the highest opening for a first-time director. thank you, paula. have a good weekend. >> well you have a great weekend as well. also with pitch perfect, jessie j since a song. it all comes together. also in our heat index a possible botox breakthrough. we already know what it can do to wrinkles over a course of a few months a new study finds that it could also have long-term benefits for your skin. abc's mara schiavocampo has that story. >> reporter: botox is medicine's secret weapon. >> i'm very very very very upset about this.
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>> you don't look upset. >> oh it's the botox. i can't show emotion for another hour and a half. >> reporter: while cinderella's story pokes fun at potential side effects a new study out of canada suggests that botox may have more benefits than thought. it may actually be more than just a quick fix. and could possibly provide long-term benefits. a potential real-life fountain of youth. >> elasticity is a sign of youth. when you're in your teens, 20s and 30s, you have a lot of elasticity. >> reporter: but a new study partly sponsored by allergan 43 women received botox injections they saw significant improvement in their skin's e listy. >> when you treat patients with
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botox, you get back to that more youthful skin. >> reporter: she has been getting botox for the past four years says she's seen amazing results. >> i think it brightens up my face and makes me look more relacked. >> reporter: a small study and the first of its kind it could mean a big breakthrough in beauty science. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news new york. and our thanks to mara for that. time for friday edition of pop news out here. >> pop news in the park are you guys ready? i know you'll agree, there was something magical about reese witherspoon, and now, we'll get to see her onscreen in the forthcoming tinkerbell movie. it's being penned by the same writer of finding nemo the se
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sequel. disney has been greenlighting a bunch of fairy tales recently. >> it was great. >> i love that george. i think we're going to love this. reese will sprinkle her picksie as the world's most famous fairy, that's coming up. we're looking forward to it. let's go guys. chop, chop. right now, turn that frown upside-down, people not only is it friday we have found the secret to being youthful, just smile. i love this story. ask more than 2,000 people to guess women's ages in different photos. the results showed that the smiling faces were judged to be two years younger than neutral smiles. smiles relaxes the body. making you seem younger.
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big smile. i have a big smile on my face for this. come on over here. a supersized -- joel mchale in the house. host of "the soup" on e and now a member of the abc family of sort. you'll explain why. >> i have a big announcement. >> yes. >> robin and i are getting married, everyone. we're getting -- >> my girlfriend might have something to say about that. >> don't worry. i'm going to host the espys on july 15th. look how excited everyone is. you know what the espys are. >> you will. we were at the correspondence dinner when you hosted last year and you killed it. >> thank you very much. >> i'm wondering, that's a very different room damp room filled of athletes.
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a different game plan. >> yeah don't get hurt because they're professional athletes and they're skilled and they can kill me i'm worried about being hit by assorted types of balls, baseball bats i'm going to wear a helmet most of the show. >> that's a very good. >> hey, listen joel does a very funny thing on your website. you call this what's going on? a supersized version in pop news. we'll show you a photo and you'll say what you believe is going on. photo number one. >> all right, i can't see a thing. >> what's going on here. >> that's clearly judy garland. that's a dog dressed up as dorothy from the wizard of oz. >> okay, photo number two. >> this is -- yeah number two. this is where bert and ernie get diabetes. it's a very special "sesame
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street." >> poe photo number three. >> that guy's on the bachelor. >> right. >> he's like i'm going to find the love of my life. he also got diabetes it's a continuing theme in the photos you guys choose. >> that's it. >> that's it. >> there's ryan seacrest getting ready for a fox hunt -- put that back on. >> i really feed to examine that photo. >> you do? >> i just said ryan seacrest is going on a fox hunt. >> a sampling of the magic, everybody, that's joel mchale. >> july 15th. >> right here on abc. >> so glad to have you and robin and joel congratulations we're very excited. time now for the weather, i
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believe. >> i think we got more time with me. >> i would love to. >> i'll do the weather that's great. will you guys pay me sf. >> absolutely not. >> is it ginger? >> ginger. >> joel mchale you're the only people to let do the weather. we can't wait for let's talk about how hot jesse james, are you all excited? this crowd is getting going and so is the weather it's chilly in the 50s, 74 for the high. philly 76. tomorrow morning freeze warning frost advisory. it's going to be cold tomorrow. warm monday, in washington d.c. let's get a check closer to home. >> reporter: in ginger we are getting warmer high of 76 later. nothing on storm tracker 6 live down scan right now. outside plenty of sunshine. we're starting out the day cool, so as you head outside temperatures around 55 to 60 degrees currently.
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there's the 76 later. it will be breezy with winds gusting as high as 36 miles per hour. 71 sunny calm, saturday, 80. warmer on sunday, 85. mix of clouds and sun spotty storm. ginger. time now for shark tank your life. two entrepreneurs ready to go head to head. barbara cork ran here. let's start out with greg stacy. a gadget that he says is a grill master's dream. take it away greg. go for it. >> hi shark. excited for your first summer barbecue but hate the prep time. the chef stone, you slip on the chef's thumb and the technology
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gives you instant grip and protection allowing you to slice like a pro within seconds. snap on the optional peerl and you can rip your cucumber with this. all you need at your next barbecue is the chef's thumb. let's see what the home testers need. >> i who gives the chef's thumb a thumbs down. >> i can slice a vegetable without slicing my thumb off. i give it a thumbs up. >> okay kind of a mixed bag there. chase mcmillan's got a product that he says will revolutionized water balloon fights. go to it. >> hi shark. i'm chase with splatter tech t-shirts. i brought a friend to suit up.
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our shirts are white at room temperature. with a little splash of cold water, watch what happens. they burst into bright and vivid color. they'll be a big splash at your summer barbecues. so, come on shark join us in our mission to spread a little color in the world. >> there we go. let's see some feedback from our home tester and the color turned out very bright and the kids had a lot of fun with it. we give this product a thumbs up. >> it was so much fun and i give it a thumbs up. >> thumbs up from the kids right there. barbara? >> i think i'm going to vote. okay the thumb thing i'm concerned about, everybody has a different sized thumb. that's the downside. this guy here they're having fun. i would have to say, i'm not going to tell you who i'm voting
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for. definitely these guys. the best-looking guys of the bunch. there you have it. >> splatter tech. >> thank you. >> my pleasure. >> chase, this is our top of the line trophy for you. our sponsor is giving $500 toward your small business needs. >> thank you, deluxe. >> and thank you to our props department. >> congratulations, chase. beyond the tank behind the scenes of what happens. >> this dog bone company, i met ryan my partner, when i was 9 years old. he's 13. he has $1.8 million in sales. this kid is a hustle. >> $1.8 million in kids. >> he's a rich kid right now. >> thank you, barbara.
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watch shark tank tonight right here on abc. let's go to robin. hey, george thank you very much. look who i found over here. jessie j. yes. you know she's burning up the charts this summer. ♪ the soundtrack from "pitch perfect 2." which is number one. and we can't think, jessie of a better way to kick off our summer concert series than with you. >> thank you so much. >> with land td alt 1:30 a.m. it was the quietest airport i have ever seen. we went back to the hotel, all of us had breakfast. we got ready at 3:00. we got here at 6:00. you guys are getting me through it. >> your first time here in central park? >> first time ever in central park. wow. >> that's huge. you just wrapped up your
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american tour. >> yes, my first-ever solo u.s. tour. >> we enjoyed having you here. you'll head out in mere hours -- >> we fly tonight, in ten hours, we go to stockholm to start the european leg of the tour. >> do you have time to enjoy the ride you're having right now. >> yes, i sleep in this outfit. can you imagine? i wake up like this. i woke up like this. but, no literally i take in every second. this has been a dream come true for me. i feel very lucky. >> we are very lucky. you, you know what you've worked really hard for this moment. those of us who have followed you know that you deserve everything that's coming your way. and don't worry, coming up in our next half-hour, she's going to sing not one, not two, but
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three of her big songs and we'll talk more about "pitch perfect 2." she'll sing a little bit of "flashlight." come on back to central park for jessie j.
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>>ing good morning a firefighter was injured in a two-alarm fire in camden. chopper 6 is over what was formerly ralph's plumbing on kaign avenue. a firefighters fell through the second floor and hurt his leg he it was taken to the hospital with an injury. let's go over to matt pellman. >> reporter: everything is reopened in camden. that's good news. everything we -- reopened on i-95. northbound is heavy from girard to cottman, the crash in the work zone is gone. southbound normal morning delays. we have issues on the septa paoli rail line. if you get on the thorndale downing ton wexford media
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stations, there is no service. there's a crash on the shoulder on the schuylkill expressway at conshohocken curve. >> what does the holiday weather look like. >> reporter: plenty of sunshine, 56 degrees in philadelphia. a lot of carol midei areas in the 50s. breezy and bluster and sunny and nice and less wind saturday, 71. # 0 during the day on sunday, additional clouds gathering in. monday, memorial day clouds and sun, humid, 855 chance of a spotty afternoon evening shower or thunderstorm. not a washout. don't cancel plan, just have a plan in case a thunderstorm heads your way. >> coming up on "g.m.a.," a little fun with jesse j we'll
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♪ i'm burning up ♪ i feel like we teased this long enough. welcome back. we're ready to start this summer. take a look at this amazing crowd. so excited for this one. >> they're ready for jessie j. we're not going to wait any longer. from sweet talker, burning up. ♪ ♪ walking through the fire please don't let me go ♪ ♪ take me to the river i need you to know ♪ ♪ i'm burnup' up come put me out, come and put me out ♪ ♪ i'm burning up come put me out, come and put me out ♪
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♪ hot in did kitchen like a thousand degrees that's how i'm feeling when you're next to me ♪ ♪ i got a fever tell me what did you do ♪ ♪ temperature rising when i look at you, look at you ♪ ♪ subliminal sex ♪ ♪ drippin' in sweat i'm losing my breath ♪ ♪ look what i've found it's about to go down i want it right now ♪ ♪ walking through the fire please don't go ♪ ♪ take me to the river i need you to know ♪ ♪ i'm burn' up come put me out, come and come and put me out ♪ ♪ i'm burnup' up come put me out ♪ ♪ i'm burnup' come put me out ♪
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♪ come and put me out ♪ ♪ i've got the matches, you've got the gasoline ♪ ♪ light up the floor like it's billie jean ♪ ♪ no way we're moving by the end of the sun they're gonna have to pull the fire fire below ♪ ♪ subliminal sex ♪ ♪ drippin' in sweat ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm losining my breath ♪ ♪ look what i've found it's about to go down i want it right now ♪ ♪ walking through the fire walking through the fire ♪ ♪ please don't let me go ♪ ♪ take me to the river, take me to the river ♪ ♪ i need you to know i need you to know ♪
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♪ i'm burnini up ♪ ♪ i'm burn in'up ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jessie j! i mean if we were cold at all, we're burnin' up now. that was so hot, that was so cold. it's fleet week here in new york city. how great was jessie j? i'm telling you, we are talking flood warnings this weekend. i know it's a serious think especially if your traveling along i-40 dallas to oklahoma city. back to amarillo you can see the rain totals. sunny along the east coast severe weather through the explains. >> reporter: a good weekend to be in the northeast things are
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tranquil on storm tracker 6 live. temperatures in the 50s, this afternoon, 76, breezy and milder than yesterday. 71 saturday, increasing clouds sunday a spotty storm monday, but not a washout. volkswagen lara. time for megadeals and steals. it's filled with the summer sizzle edition, toreytory. she's here with some hot bargains. >> our summer intern from duke in here modeling our hammock. one of 20 different styles available. we got you covered when you go online everything's included except the stand, the stand, you can use your trees at home or buy stands separately. starting at $145 today only
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$72. free shipping from mire >> caller:suit as well. we got a little strahan here. michael gave me these pictures of him and his girls. as you can see, they're bright sharp, crisp, fabulous. normally $70. slashld by 64%. $25 and free shipping. when you go to "good morning america" on yahoo! you get more. >> thank you, tory. check out our website, everybody. right now, we're going to go back -- no we're going to go to commercial break. much more with jessie j. coming up a giant disneyland celebration. more than 4,000 people camping on the over night to kick off the diamond jubilee, that's just moments away on "good morning america."
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perfect 2 number one at the box office. >> i didn't even know. >> yes. >> how random is that. that's how busy i have been. >> we remember your song and it's the grand finale for "pitch perfect 2." original music. it meant a lot to you. >> so much. both songs have been covers. yeah obviously, this film has "bang bang." and the song "flashlight" that's not known. i feel very very lucky and honored. so, yeah, it's great. [ cheers and applause ] >> do you want to hear her sing it? do you? [ cheers and applause ] >> from the soundtrack the debut single jessie j "flashlight." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ when tomorrow come ss i'll be on my own ♪ ♪ feeling frightened of the things that i don't know ♪ ♪ when tomorrow comes. tomorrow comes tomorrow comes ♪ ♪ and though the road is long i look up to the sky and in the dark i found ♪ ♪ i lost hope that i won't fly and i sing along, i sing along and i sing along ♪ ♪ i got all i need when i got you and i -- i look around me and see a sweet life ♪ ♪ i'm stuck in the dark but you're my flash light ♪ ♪ you're getting me getting me through the night ♪ ♪ kick start my heart when you shine it in my eyes ♪ ♪ can't lie, it's a sweet life ♪ ♪ stuck in the dark but you're my flashlight ♪
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♪ you're getting me getting me through the night ♪ ♪ cause you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ i see the shadows long beneath the mountain top ss i'm not afraid when the rain won't stop ♪ because you light the way, you light the way, you light the way ♪ ♪ i got all i need when i got you and i i look around me and see a sweet life i'm stuck in the dark but you're my flash light ♪ ♪ you're getting me getting me through the night ♪ ♪ kick start my heart when you shine it in my ice ♪ ♪ i can't lie it's a sweet life ♪ ♪ stuck in the dark but you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're getting me getting me through the night ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪
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♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ oh ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flash light ♪ ♪ flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ oohooh ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ♪
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♪ you're my flashlight light light ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight light light ♪ ♪ you're my flashlight ♪ ♪ you're my flash light ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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♪ bang bang into the room ♪ the crowd we have here in central park this is the selfie stick, i don't know if we got it. say hello, everybody. you guys ready for another jessie j song? i think they are.
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she's back with a song off her album "sweet talker." here's "bang bang." ♪ ♪ ♪ she got a body like an hourglass but i can give it to you all the time ♪ ♪ she got a booty like a cadillac, but i can send you into overdrive (oh) ♪ ♪ stop and wait wait for that, stop hold up swing your bat ♪ ♪ see anybody could be bad to you, you need a good girl to blow your mind, yeah ♪ ♪ bang bang into the room (i know you want it) bang bang all over you (i'll let you have it) ♪ ♪ wait a minute let me take you there (ah) wait a minute tell you (ah)
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♪ bang been there it goes ♪ (i know you want it) ♪ wait a minute let me take you there (ah) wait a minute tell you (ah) she might've let you hold ♪ ♪ her hand in school, but i'ma show you how to graduate no, i don't need to hear ♪ ♪ you talk the talk just come and show me what your momma gave (oh yeah) your love gotta be baby, ♪ ♪ love but don't say a thing see anybody could be good to you you need a bad girl ♪ ♪ to blow your mind ♪ bang bang into the room (i know you want it) bang bang all over you ♪ ♪ (i'll let you have it) wait a minute let me take you there (ah) wait a minute ♪ ♪ tell you (ah) bang bang, there goes your heart (i know you want it) back, back seat of my car ♪ ♪ (i'll let you have it) wait a minute let me take you there (ah)
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wait a minute ♪ ♪ tell you (ah) it's myx moscato it's frizz in a bottle it's nicki full throttle, ♪ ♪ it's oh, oh swimming in the grotto we winning in the lotto we dipping in the pot ♪ ♪ of blue foam it's dripping on wood get a ride in the ♪ ♪ engine that could go, batman robbin' it ♪ prominent it's me, jessie, and ari if they test me they sorry riders look like a harley ♪ ♪ then pull off in this ferrari if he hanging we banging ♪ it ain't karaoke night but get the mic 'cause he singing b to the a to the n to the g to the uh ♪ ♪ b to the a to the n to the g to the hey see anybody could be good to you, ♪ ♪ you need a bad girl to blow your mind (your mind) bang bang into the room (i know you want it) ♪ ♪ bang bang all over you (i'll let you have it) wait a minute let me take you there (ah) ♪ ♪ wait a minute tell you (ah) bang bang there goes your heart
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(i know you want it) back, back seat of my car ♪ ♪ (i'll let you have it) wait a minute let me take you there (ah) wait a minute ♪ ♪ tell you (ah) ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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yeah, i'm married. does it matter? you'd do that for me? really? yeah, i'd like that. who are you talking to? uh, it's jake from state farm. sounds like a really good deal. jake from state farm at three in the morning. who is this? it's jake from state farm. what are you wearing jake from state farm? [ jake ] uh... khakis. she sounds hideous. well she's a guy, so... [ male announcer ] another reason more people stay with state farm. get to a better state. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we're going to take you from
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our party right here in the park to another big party, at disneyland this morning, just seconds from now, kicking off its 60th anniversary diamond jubilee and our jesse palmer in california at celebrations central. jesse. >> yeah that's right, robin. you guys are at a party in central park. we got our own party right here on main street in disneyland. thousands of people behind me have been here since the wee hours of the morning waiting to check out all of the newest attractions at disneyland's most spectacular celebration of all time. are you excited to be here. >> i'm excited to be here. >> the wait is almost over. they don't have to wait much longer. five four three, two, one -- here we go. and we are off, disney's 60th anniversary celebration officially under way. the energy here is simply incredible.
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these people behind me i talked to earlier, they told me they had been here for the last 11 hours with an opportunity to get in. people here behind me the excitement is palpable. they can't wait. they're actually starting to break the rope. the party here is just getting started. i'll send you back to you in new york city to get this party off in central park. it's going to be fun. >> thank you, jesse. party there and party here. one more time, jessie j. have a great and safe holiday weekend, everybody. ♪
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>> good morning, 8:56 friday, may 22. sky6 live hd taking a live look out across a beautiful atlantic city. today officials will
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ceremonially unlock the beaches. this weekend is the unofficial start at the jersey shore. >> reporter: that's right, we're kicking off the weekend with trouble on the thorndale paoli if you get on the train at thorndale, downingtown or exton. i -- i-95 southbound busy with normal morning volume. for those heading down the shore, it's going to be busy on the ac expressway. if you hit the egg harbor tolls between 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. you don't have to pay the tolls. and the townsend inlet bridge is closed for construction. tam. >> let's go outside to david
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murphy, good morning. >> reporter: sunny and breezy, the numbers have pushed in the 60s, 61 here and 61 in allentown. 76 is the high, fair amount of sunshine, breezy and milder through the afternoon. sunny and nice saturday, 71. 80 sunday, 85 monday, spotty shower or thunderstorm in the and evening but it's not a washout. more on the arrest of a temple university professor. more on the sensitive info he is accused of sharing with china. more with kelly and michael next only 6abc, have a great friday and great holiday weekend.
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announcer: it's "live with kelly & michael" from disneyland. we're having a party, and you're invited. get ready for a good time. on today's show, a performance from the legendary mariah carey, and michael checks out one of the hottest places in all the land: cars land. plus, after a week of competition, we wrap up "live"'s anniversary games, family challenge edition. put on your mickey ears and come with us to our disneyland anniversary party. and now 60 of your favorite disney characters to celebrate 60 years of our favorite place disneyland! [cheering and applause] ["zip-a-dee-doo-dah" playing] [rhythmic clapping]


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