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good morning, america. high stakes showdown. the democratic presidential hopefuls set for their first debate facing off in las vegas. hillary clinton takes center stage warming up at a protest in one of donald trump's hotels. >> i don't think it's entertaining when somebody insults immigrants, insults women. >> the republican front-runner fires back. >> breaking this morning, the final report on that catastrophic explosion that brought down malaysian air flight 17. the report to be released in just moments. the families being briefed about what really happened to that plane with nearly 300 people on board. was a russian missile responsible for the tragedy. deadly collapse. a massive blaze breaks out in an apartment complex. >> major collapse on the west side. major collapse. >> two firefighters killed after
pulling families to safety. the walls collapsing on them in front of a crowd. the very latest this morning. ♪ suddenly i see and cover-up. the big change coming to "playboy." the iconic men's magazine known for its sexy centerfolds covering up its models. we'll tell you why now. and good morning, america. stage is set for tonight's big debate. let's take a look at the wynn hotel in las vegas right now. that's the outside. inside the podiums are set up for all five candidates currently in the race. there you see it right there. spotlight on the democrats. big question, will they get the kind of huge audience we've seen for donald trump and the republicans. >> he's weighing in saying he doesn't think that will be the case but former president bill clinton is in las vegas with the front-runner. he is not expected to be in the room tonight. abc's cecilia vega will be there and she begins our coverage this morning. good morning, cecilia.
>> reporter: i will be there, robin. good morning to you. all eyes on las vegas. right now the democrats have descended on sin city. this city, this las vegas strip has never seen a show quite like this. overnight, hillary clinton emerging from the secrecy of her debate prep and making her first top in las vegas right here in the shadow of donald trump's hotel. >> you know, some people think mr. trump is entertaining but i don't think it's entertaining when somebody insults immigrants, insults women. that is just unacceptable behavior. >> reporter: vermont senator bernie sanders showing up too, at least in name anyway. painted on a clean energy car that did a drive-by right after clinton left. in just a matter of hours they will come face-to-face for real. five candidates in all, clinton's front-runner status earning her the coveted center stage and doing mock debates
since her first run for president in 2008. >> thanks. >> vice president, everyone wants to know -- >> get out of my way, will you? >> reporter: the one creating the most predebate buzz won't be anywhere near the show. while they're setting aside fa podium for joe biden, as of now his official schedule has him at the white house all day. the vp expected to decide by the end of this week whether or not to run. while aides say biden will likely watch, one viewer is guaranteed. >> i'll be watching. i don't know how long. it's going to be hard to watch. i think it's not going to be a very exciting debate. >> reporter: republican donald trump not offering big predictions for tonight's main event. why? >> because trump isn't in the debate. i'm only kidding. i think it's not going to be highly rated. i think you'll watch it for ten
or 15 minutes and people will get bored and turn it off. >> reporter: well, trump says he'll help make it more entertaining by live tweeting throughout the debate but take a look at this. what hillary clinton tweeted overnight this photo of her from high school. that's there in the back row. she says it was during the high school debate team saying that she has been debating important issues since high school, george. i can imagine there's probably not a more important debate than the one happening a few hours from now. >> no question about it. let's talk about it with jon karl. hillary clinton is an experienced debater on the national level as well. she will be the real target. we know of the moderators. which of the other candidates will take her on. >> this will not be the all out slugfest with the republicans we saw. hillary clinton is clearly the person to beat, the biggest target. i think the person to watch will be standing right next to her, martin o'malley, nowhere in the polls. he needs to break through and he has been the toughest on her on the stump criticizing her on trade, criticizing her on gay
rights, criticizing her on wall street reform. he will most likely be the one -- >> candidates who also have to take time out introducing themselves. bernie sanders, his first national debate comes in with a lot of momentum. >> i think that he's the one that has the most at stake. he has exceeded everybody's expectations, clearly including his own. he now is emerged as the alternative to hillary clinton but, george, he's only really broken through in iowa and new hampshire. he needs to prove he can be a national candidate and have appeal beyond the core left of the party. >> jim webb and lincoln chafee up on the stage. not clear they're running real campaigns. >> lincoln chafee, 0.4% in the polls. they need to show everybody i'm here, i'm running. this is their moment in the sun. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. more on this from jennifer granholm who advises the pro-clinton super pac. thanks for joining us.
>> you bet. >> you are a supporter of hillary clinton. how worried are you for her tonight? what's at stake? >> there's a lot at stake but what i'm so excited about tonight is that really for many people this will be the first time people actually hear her agenda, her policies and we all know she's really known as a policy wonk. very substantive so the biggest issue she's been obsessing about that americans have been obsessing about is the economy. how are we going to create jobs in america in a global economy and i think you're going to hear the policies that she has heretofore been unable to break through on because of e-mail. >> the new ad, second ad -- i think we have a little bit to show right here. >> we had a pretty good idea what all those families, all you americans in trouble were going
through. in part, it's because our own family -- >> you actually debated with him and played sarah palin back in 2008. >> helped to prepare him, yeah. >> do you think he'll get in the race. what difference would it make? >> you know, it's so -- who knows whether he is or not. it's just such a deeply personal decision and running for president is such a soul suck and his soul has been so bruised and damaged and really sucked out by what he's going through so who knows whether he will or not. you know, competition is good. i think hillary clinton would welcome anybody to come into the race but who knows. >> correct the record, taking some shots at bernie sanders. do you think hillary will tonight? >> no, i think that hillary clinton is going to be very respectful of the people who are on the stage. i think this debate as jon karl was saying, i think this is going to be a debate where people can really see what the
positives are of the democratic candidates. she'll be taking shots at republicans and, of course, she will respond if she is attacked with facts but respectfully. that's what i think is going to happen. >> all of us and donald trump will be watching. jennifer granholm and jon karl, thanks very much. to robin. >> thanks so much. >> thank you, george. now to the breaking news on the plane that broke up over ukraine last year killing all 298 on board. a final report on what brought down malaysian airlines flight 17 is out this morning and abc's lama hasan has the details, joins us this morning from london. good morning, la shg, lama. >> right now those families are finding out what really happened to the flight and how the plane blew up midair. the briefing room falling silent as the dutch safety board revealing the plane was shot down by a russian made surface-to-air missile. the cockpit was hit first and broke off from the rest of the plane. the families finding out that in those final moments as the plane was hit, it was unlikely anyone
on board was alive. now, a criminal investigation due within the next couple of months will identify who was responsible. robin. >> all right, lama, another difficult moment for those families. we turn to that breaking news overnight, terrible apartment fire in kansas city kills two firefighters. details still coming in and abc's gio benitez is here with that. >> reporter: as you can imagine fire officials there calling this the worst day. four firefighters were clearing a heavily damaged building when it all came crashing down. overnight, a massive blaze. the kansas city fire department responded monday night to a two-alarm fire in an apartment building battling the flames successfully rescuing two residents from the second floor using ladders, but moments later, this. crews begin to back up fearing for the stability of the building when a wall collapses. >> commander, copy, major collapse on the west side. >> reporter: two firefighters
killed. two more taken to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. the tragedy, say fire department officials, is a reminder of the harsh reality of firefighting. >> it's a tragedy. it's a tragic situation here and i know that i know kansas city and i know kansas citians' hearts go out to the fire department at this time. >> reporter: so hard. and this morning we still don't know the identities of those firefighters. but the two who were injured are still in the hospital recovering right now, george. >> okay, gio, thanks very much. it is heartbreaking. >> it is. to that controversial slide that left the mets' ruben tejada with a broken led. l.a.'s chase utley was in the dugout available to play while he's appealing his suspension but he did not play and the met, well, they manage a little bit of revenge. t.j. holmes is at citi field for us once again. >> reporter: hey there, like you said he was eligible to play but
did not get into the game. yes, the most talked about and even hated man in baseball the past few days didn't even take the field. mets fans got a chance to send him the message and it was loud, clear and it went on for awhile. overnight, showdown at citi field. the mets and dodgers meeting for the first time since that slide seen around the world. >> tejada is down. >> reporter: dodgers infielder chase utley's controversial play sent the mets' ruben tejada to the dl and fans into a fury. >> i think it was dirty. >> reporter: fans embraced the chance to express themselves. tejada with a cast on his broken leg limped out to a rousing ovation as for utley, new yorkers let him have it. the booing went on and on and on. >> number 26 infielder chase utley. nearly four minutes of boos and chants. utley is eligible to play
pending appeal of his two-game suspension but he was never called on to enter last night's game. >> that is a joke. >> no. >> do not do that. >> reporter: adding to the tension at the stadium a delay before the first pitch for what many assumed was to warn the mets about retaliating on the field. turns out, a phone wasn't working in the dodgers dug out. when the game got under way the mets retaliated with their play. >> and that ball is absolutely scorched to left. >> reporter: pounding the dodgers, 13-7 and putting them one game away from winning the division series. well, things maybe didn't get too nasty on the field but got nasty on twitter between the two mayors of l.a. and new york. guy, check this out. look at what mayor bill de blasio sent to the mayor of l.a. saying "this is what happens when the dodgers don't play dirty." now, i know you all have been talking about this democratic coming up tonight but two
democrats going at it last night over baseball. >> no, he didn't. oh. >> yes, he did. >> yes, he did. he went there big time, t.j. you going to be there for the game tonight, t.j.? >> reporter: i'm not sure. i'm waiting on my assignment. >> i volunteer. i volunteer. >> getting him a ticket right now. >> thank you, t.j. to some answers concerning that fire that forced an alaska airlines jet to make an emergency landing. a credit card reader is to blame and abc's david kerley has more on what went wrong. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. you can use your credit card to buy food or something else on an aircraft. the card reader but the power source. a lithium ion battery similar to this and these are the batteries that worry aviation regulators. that emergency landing in buffalo leaves an alaska airlines jet surrounded by fire trucks. >> fire is out at this time. >> reporter: but what fire crews who boarded the 737 find is a burned up card reader device
similar to this. in-flight that credit card machine started smoking sparking even catching fire before the crew ex-tension wished it. the model of reader new to the alaska fleet, the device powered by a lithium ion battery which alaska says seemed to be melting. lithium eye won batteries which power everything from our phones to computers can be a problem on a jetliner. they can overheat. start a chain reaction. this is an faa test of batteries that burst into an almost uncontrollable fire which is why the government wants to ban the shipment of large quantities of lithium ion batteries on airliners. it was a large lithium ion pack on the dreamliner which led to two major smoky fires and ground the fleet for an entire time. in buffalo passenger has to wait for a new aircraft to finish their flight from the east coast to seattle as the airline and investigators take a look at those card readers. that was a brand-new card reader
for alaska airlines and pulled them all off the plane, put on the old card readers, the maker says it's recalled all similar models. it says it won't speculate on whether it was the battery involved. it believes or it says at least, robin, it believes it's an isolated incident. >> i know you'll stay on top of it, david. thanks so much. amy with the morning's other top stories with a big deal for beer drinkers. >> a megadeal brewing in the beer industry. the owners of anheuser-busch and miller have agreed in principle to a merger worth $106 billion. but the deal will need regulators' approval and the justice department is already investigating whether anheuser-busch has tried to block competition from craft brewers. it could be a rough day on wall street because of new worries about china's economy. overnight we learned about a major drop in chinese imports which could be a sign that the world's second largest economy is, in fact, slowing down. well, the u.s. military is trying a different approach in
syria. cargo jets have air-dropped 50 tons of ammunition to rebel groups fighting isis. the u.s. is now arming the rebels instead of trying to train a new force. well, a story of survival from the australian outback. a hunter got lost in the desert for six days in 99-degree heat. he had no food, he had no water. he survived by eating ants. trackers found him sitting under a tree nine miles from his last known location. well, finally if you drink your coffee black, like i do, this study may leave a bitter taste in your month. researchers found people who enjoy black coffee and other bitter tasting drinks tend to be more vain and selfish and more likely to exhibit psychopathic behavior. but critics argue the so-called study was a personality survey and did not scientifically prove anything. george, you drink your coffee black too. >> thanks a lot, amy.
>> i can't believe you admitted you drink black coffee and then talk about this. >> the study is wrong, robin. >> this is warm water with lemon. no coffee. >> add a little honey. >> i ask for more milk. >> two psychopaths. >> we didn't want to make the correlation. we justy talking about the news, george. >> thank you, amy. a dramatic rescue on the high seas in just 30 seconds. coming up on 7:18 with that
sea rescue near hawaii. a sailor adrift for five days. we saw the video on monday. this morning we're learning what really happened. abc's matt bhag hgutman tass th details. >> reporter: he bobbed in the pacific for five days. >> left from hilo and was drifting all the way past the aisles and kauai being the last island from where he was drifting. >> reporter: taken out his mast and he was running dangerously low on food and water. the sailor whose name has not been released finally drifting close enough to kauai for his radio to get a signal. >> he's lucky we caught him on the vhf radio. if he got past us would knows what would have happened. >> reporter: within minutes a plane is in the air zeroing in on the boat. a towboat arriveing. >> we could tell on his face there was a huge sigh of relief. >> reporter: after five days the sailor hitching a ride home. but apparently it didn't have to be that long. >> this case highlights the importance of having the proper equipment on board such as electronic positioning
indicating radio beacons which gives the coast guard an exact position of your distress. >> reporter: you saw that sailor light the flare. the coast guard recommends you have several of these on your boat. what you do is pop the cap off, pull a tab and it flies several hundred feet in the air and can be seen for miles around and can help you get rescued. george. >> thank you, matt. much more ahead this tuesday morning. randy quaid and his wife in court after five years on the run. a terrifying moment when people saw a drunk driver online. to make your stay more magical?
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southbound. and you see that reflected on the big picture near the betsy ross bridge, 10 miles an hour. 15 miles an hour near girard. schuylkill expressway the accident cleared that was eastbound near the boulevard but still in that area only traveling about 14 miles eastbound and westbound also very heavy from approaching the boulevard all the way to the conshohocken curve you're looking at slow speeds there as well as a couple of new accidents, one on frankford avenue at academy. we're hearing about an accident in wilmington causing big traffic problems in the 200 block of east front street. an accident involving a pedestrian. the pedestrian in critical condition. that one just coming in, tam. >> lot going on. thank you karen. we'll take a short break and come right back to "action news."
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welcome back to "gma" and you're looking live at the wynn casino in las vegas where the democratic presidential hopefuls will face off tonight. their first debate, five candidates on stage, front-runner hillary clinton will be smack dab in the middle. >> as we learned donald trump live tweeting during the debate tonight. we're covering that. also, a lot of other headlines this morning. starting with breaking news, final report on malaysian air flight 17 says it was a surface-to-air missile that brought down the plane killing all 298 people on board. and a wild finish on monday night football, pittsburgh steelers score a touchdown. there it is in the final play of the game. ball made it into the end zone even though the player -- there we go. steelers beat the chargers, 24-20. >> that's official. that count? >> broke the plane. >> just has to break the plane. all right, all right.
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attempted to explain his lengthy disappearance from the u.s. >> we heard about it through the internet that we missed this court appearance that we didn't know anything about. >> reporter: he and his wife have a lot of explaining to do. they were arrested friday trying to cross from quebec into vermont and fled to canada in 2010 after allegedly being discovered squatting in the guest house of the santa barbara home they used to own. their attorney says the couple is innocent. >> he was never in the house. he was in the pool house. >> reporter: as for the couple, they say they feared for their lives in the u.s. >> we believe there are to be a malignant tumor of star whackers in hollywood. >> reporter: quaid and his wife say the group hollywood star whackers were responsible for the deaths of their friends actors david cara dean and heath ledger. prior to his disappearance quaid appeared in a number of blockbuster films notably "independence day" and in the mat lampoon "vacation" movies
playing cousin eddie. >> a honey of a tree, clark. is it real? >> reporter: his brother is the actor dennis quaid. the couple sat down exclusively with "gma" in 2010 to discuss the strange turn their lives have taken. >> we are refugees. i mean, that's essentially what it is, hollywood refugees seeking to be left alone by the criminals in america. >> reporter: quaid is being held on $500,000 bail in a vermont jail. his new role convincing a judge of five-year disappearance was one big misunderstanding. it's a strange story. the couple expected back in court on thursday. >> strange is an understatement. >> five years. >> five years on the run for breaking into his old house. >> thank you, david. now to a drunk driving arrest that you probably have never seen before. online good samaritans calling police after seeing a drunk young woman behind the wheel. she was streaming it live on
periscope which allows anyone to broadcast their life. abc's ryan smith is here with the story. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning. imagine logging on to periscope and seeing this, broadcast worldwide a 23-year-old woman saying she's drunk over and over showing the chaos behind the wheel in realtime and viewers pleaded with her to stop before she hurt someone police had the daunting task of finding her and stopping her before it was too late. >> i'm driving home drunk. see if i get a dui. i don't think i will. >> hi there. i just saw a girl on periscope driving drunk. she doesn't know where she is and she's driving really fast. >> reporter: this morning, police are saying a smartphone app helped them take an allegedly intoxicated driver off the street and put her behind bars. >> how do you know she's drunk? >> she's slurring her speech and she's going from one lane to another on the street.
>> i know. i know. i am super drunk, [ bleep ] drunk right now. >> reporter: 23rd whitney beall was using the live streaming app periscope to share her saturday night out in lakeland, florida, with the world in realtime starting off at a bar and getting behind the wheel of her car. >> i really don't know where the [ bleep ] is. i am so [ bleep ] drunk. >> reporter: people who didn't even know her saw her video and called police. >> do you have her name or anything? >> no. i don't know her, these are just random people that pop up. >> reporter: a police officer used his personal account to find her location. pulling her over, reportedly smelling alcohol on her breath, arresting her and charging her with dui after failing several field sobriety tests and refusing to take a breathalyzer. >> you hear her saying she's drunk after 30 years of law enforcement i hadn't seen anything like this before. >> reporter: police had no way of finding her so had to go from
landmarks in that video to track her down. she was taken to a local jail, released on bail. authorities saying they're thankful this didn't result in an accident or anyone being hurt, robin and george. >> oh, my goodness. you were describing it a little bit, ginger, about how it works. >> anybody can do it. you would have had to leave it open or save the video to have all that video. >> what a crazy thing to narrate. >> thanks, ryan, for that. coming up, tom brady's business partner and personal trainer under fire. now the star quarterback is coming to his defense. >> you guys may think i'm full of crap but the proof's what you see on the field. >> why some of his health -- why some say his health guru is just like a, quote, snake oil salesman. we'll have that coming up. [ female announcer ] the magic begins when jif fresh roasts peanuts
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some call a, quote, snake oil salesman. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with the story. good morning, mara. >> reporter: lara, good morning. that man has been described as the key part of brady's success. some teammates calling him mr. miyagi but now brady is defending his nontraditional ways as some have called it quackery. from brutal sacks -- >> here comes hardy on brady and he's got the sack. >> reporter: to devastating injuries. superstar new england patriot tom brady is still one of the nfl's best players, even at the age of 38. >> this is for you guys. >> reporter: and he gives much of the credit to this man, health guru and close personal friend alex guerrero but this morning the quarterback is playing defense against a new report guerrero is a snake-oil salesman. >> i wouldn't be playing today if it wasn't for, you know, what he's been able to accomplish with me. >> reporter: guerrero under
renewed scrutiny after a recent boston magazine article focused on a 2005 federal trade commission action against him for pretending to be a doctor. and using tv infomercials to sell a product called supreme greens claiming it seemed to cure or prevent cancer, heart disease and diabetes with studies showing remarkable results. >> out of those 200 terminal we lost eight, eight. >> reporter: but the ftc found he was making false advertisements and there was no real evidence at all which guerrero himself eventually admitted to abc's "20/20." >> you have no scientific support for it. >> no, there is no scientific support. >> reporter: but since then he's become one of brady's closest advisers, even godfather to his younger son ben. >> does he regret his past, alex? >> yeah, i definitely think there's things he wished he would have done differently. >> reporter: in a new radio
interview brady says guerrero's holistic approach is the key to his success. >> now you guys may think i'm full of crap but the proof's what you see on the field. >> reporter: brady so confident in guerrero's methods they've become business partners opening up a sports therapy center together right behind gillette stadium. >> i know what i've spoke with with alex over the years and i have tremendous belief in alex and what he's accomplished with me in the 10 or 11 years we've been working together he has never been wrong. >> reporter: now in settling the supreme greens claim ftc ordered him to pay a $65,000 fine and banned him for life from ever making such claims again. we reached out for comment from guerrero but got no response. >> the "playboy" shake-up everybody is talking about, everybody including jesse in social square with more. >> it could be called the you will malt cover-up. what's really behind "playboy's" new move?
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>> thank you. >> we knew with this story, jesse, it had you written all over it. don't take it -- >> award winning compelling journalism. >> that's right. "the speed feed," you got that. i got it for you right here. >> miss march, miss april, miss maybe not anymore because starting in 2016 "playboy" says the women it features will be naked no longer. wait. what? after 62 years of sexy centerfolds and unclothed celebrities from marilyn to madonna to, whoa, "playboy" without nudity. it's like "vogue" without shoes. >> i'm hugh hefner. edito editor/publisher of "playboy" magazine. >> reporter: hef fired the first shot for heteromen in his ground breaking magazine showing women unclothed and unashamed. some unknown, some famous, some
looking to become famous once more. he surrounded those nudes with news making interviews, high-end journalism and pleasure principles of the playboy philosophy. >> embracing sexuality is a part of what it means to be free. >> reporter: the playboy mansion, playboy club, playboy bunnies then gloria ten name went undercover as one. the first to feature the likes of jenny mccarthy, pamela anderson and anna nicole smith, hef changed the world. but the world changed too. with anything goes sexual content all over the internet, the magazine's readership plumbed from a one time high of 5.6 million 40 years ago to 800,000. hef addressed it with john donvan in 2010. >> i think it's had a dramatic impact on playboy. people get the information in different ways now. >> reporter: hef now 89 and his team hoping that putting some clothes on those models will make playboy content both safe
for work and internet era sexy though as "playboy's" cory jones told "the new york times," 12-year-old me is very disappointed in current me. for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, new york. >> and our thanks to chris connelly for bringing that piece to us. >> and the news is trending on facebook and twitter right now. >> you don't say. >> one of our favorite tweets. no more nude women in playboy. when you say you read it for the articles, you won't be lying. >> that's right. >> i like how he decided this at 89. >> they were offered the vanessa williams photos way back when and they said, no, we're not going to print them. >> that great jacket. >> silk jacket. vin diesel firing back against body shaming. many could on back. coming up, ama announcements live on "gma" brought to you by kohl's. ♪
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>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. 7:56 now on this tuesday october 13th. let's head over to karen rogers taking a look at the schuylkill. good morning. >> yeah, still seeing pretty big delays on the schuylkill eastbound with that earlier accident approaching the boulevard. that's off to the side. westbound a slow ride here as well. a 30 minute ride here at city avenue from the vine to the blue route but a 36 minute ride eastbound so still very heavy from the blue route to 676 so a slow go on the schuylkill. i know it's hard to see in this shot in delaware county but i wanted to show you heavy traffic on i-95 northbound. we had an accident that was blocking two lanes near kerlin street. it was jammed from namaans road to kerlin street so watch for those heavy traffic on i-95 northbound. they've just pushed it off to the side. hard to see with that sun glare but it's been a problem out there. in wilmington a problem on east front street near rosa parks drive. we have an accident in wilmington involving a pedestrian. the pedestrian in critical condition. that's an accident that's been causing a lot of backup right
there. overall on the big picture very slow speeds, still on the schuylkill expressway eastbound single digits westbound 15 miles an hour so slow go coming in today, tam. >> talk karen. let's go over to sky6 hd and take a live look there into center city from our temple university camera. david what a perfect day. >> really does look nice to start out. lots of sunshine. the clouds vacating the region for now. 61 degrees arc little cool but winds once again today are light start. as we check out the exclusive accuweather 7-day going to be another mild one with a high of 73 and a mix of clouds and some sun. there is the chance of a spotty shower popping through at times. later this morning we could see something in parts of the region and then a little bit more of that later in the day and early evening. but generally speaking mainly dry and still nice. tomorrow down to 67 though and then 65 thursday, 64 with a shower friday and the 50's for the coming weekend. there are definitely changes on the way, tam. >> okay, thank you, david. that's it for us. we're going to send you back to "gma" but don't forget there's always 6abc.com and
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. vin diesel firing back after this picture. the action star a surprising target of body shaming. what he told only "gma" about the body backlash. >> honestly i would rather come to me than somebody else. i can take it. >> and the picture now that's got so many people talking. compulsive texting. is your teenager so attached to the phone that they can't put it down? how too much texting could be affecting school performance, the new research revealing girls are more affected than boys. transform your life starting this morning, michael spills his secrets to waking up happy. "wake up happy," it sounds like an order. >> yeah, i'm ordering you, george. wake up happy. >> what scares him and the rules he lives by to get the most out of every day. ♪ shut up and dance with he moo ♪ >> big drama on dancing.
>> i recognize. i feel awful. >> the american hero suffering a major setback in the ballroom and maks is back. >> because i can, a ten. >> reporter: dishing on all the contenders only to our cameras as we say -- >> good morning, america. >> and good morning, america. let's see, joe jonas, charlie putin are here. there they are, they are announce the nominees for the american music awards in just a little bit. >> looking forward to that and your chitchat with michael strahan. oh, they're dressed alike from the promos. >> oh. >> in part, he plays as hard as he works. >> he does. >> look how cute you are. >> let's move on. the bromance is alive and
well, people. hey, this morning we're kicking off a new series we're calling it "baby oh baby." our ginger are baby on board tracking the latest in pregnancy news and the latest trends in how mom can save money and look fabulous. >> you have -- you've always been beautiful in how you dress but really during this pregnancy. >> now you'll find out how, i've been renting. >> oh. >> it's very exciting, yes. >> because it's only nine months and changes all the time. >> believe me, by the day. >> yeah. >> that is coming up. let's get the morn rundown from amy. >> we begin with breaking news. new details about the passenger plane shot down last year over ukraine. investigators are releasing new video showing what they believe happened when a russian made missile hit malaysia airlines flight 17 killing all 298 people on board. abc's lama hasan is here with those details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to
you, amy. this morning the dutch safety board revealing mh-17 was shot down by a russian made surface-to-air missile showing a blow-by-blow animation of what happened. investigators saying the missile hit the left-hand side of the cockpit first and then breaking apart from the rest of the plane in midair. the victims' families learning this those final moments as the plane was hit it was unlikely anyone was alive. investigators asking why the plane was flying over a war zone in eastern ukraine blaming the country for not closing its airspace and for airlines failing to recognize the dangers from the armed conflict on the ground in ukraine. now, a criminal investigation due in the next couple of months will identify who was responsible. amy. >> all right, lama, thank you. back here at home tonight is debate night. the democrats running for president are gearing up for their first face-off of the campaign with hillary clinton and bernie sanders dominating headlines. it could be make or break for the other three contenders struggling to get any attention.
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welcome back to "gma." time for our "heat index" and this morning's hot button, vin diesel, "fast and furious" star firing back at body shamers after he took heat for photos posted online. jesse palmer with the story. >> vin diesel's phone for his fast-paced action movies but it was when he was out of action that got so many people making cruel comments and now he's taking on all those body shamers. >> let's go for a little ride. >> he's been a "fast and furious" car thief. >> going to stop monsters now. >> i am the monster. >> reporter: a sci-fi hero and a navy s.e.a.l. >> gotcha. >> reporter: but now vin diesel caught on camera revealing a softer side slammed on the internet with some questioning whether his famous physique is
really a dad bod. >> you know what i'm afraid of? nothing. >> reporter: while female stars are frequently body shamed online now a new and surprising target. male action heroes. vin diesel captured in the cross fire firing back on instagram with this abtast ic -- this morning vin diesel speaking out exclusive ly to abc news admitting his new role in "the last witch-hunter" didn't require as much time in the gym. >> the director kept saying there's no gold's gym in the 13th century. >> reporter: the high octane superstar is taking the criticism in stride. >> get out. >> reporter: honestly i would rather it come to me than somebody else. i can take it. i started working out when i was a teenager. i was a bouncer in new york city. so i started working in new york nightclubs at 17 and because of
that i started to train then. >> i don't care really. i'm not trying to be in super shape all the time. i am trying to master my craft of making films. >> reporter: the 38-year-old actor has maintained a ripped if i teak for nearly all you are looking at a close his life but this morning proving it's his character that's his superstrength. >> i do think it's wrong to body shame. on the internet there are all kind of atrocities they commit on the internet. >> we've seen so many women fighting back against body shaming. it's refreshing, though, to finally see someone like vin diesel now calling for change. >> it sure is. from "people" magazine kate coyne joining us. does he change the conversation? >> i don't really think he does. i'm sorry to say. i mean i think the very fact that ba part of what he was being accused of having a dad bod which is in and of itself that's kind of adorable and no one is like, ooh, check out the hot mom bod on her whereas dad
bod has become an adorable phrase for a guy with a little bit of a gut. the way he fought back against the body shaming was showing it doesn't apply to him so it's a little bit of a conflicting message because on the one hand, hey, don't body shame me and a few hours later it's like because, by the way, pow, i still have the six-pack. so it's, you know, god love him for trying -- >> also, kate, showing he's just like us. he's not training for a movie and so he lets himself go. you can't keep in that shape all the time. >> i this i if you look at the soft photo of him with the little sort of belly bib that he had going there, the bigger problem is he's holding a cigarette in his hand if you ask me. everybody is allowed to have a day in which you look like that. have a burger the night before and, you know, a little bit of a belly the next day. >> he is a lovely guy. every time he's been on the show he's just a really nice person and you know what, he spoke out. i'm sure he didn't like it. nobody likes to be examined like
that when they're having a day off. >> especially not when you have that under your shirt. about to show off at the end. >> all right, kate. thanks for stopping by. appreciate it very much. next up on our "heat index," the switch-a-roo in the ballroom. toughest night and the couples were facing a tough critic, maks was back as a judge. abbie boudreau has all the action. ♪ >> reporter: the stars shaking things up on switch-up night hitting the infloor with new partners for one week only. wildlife sweetheart got her cha-cha on. ♪ darling hold my hand ♪ oh won't you hold my hand >> reporter: paris train hero alek skarlatos suffering a preshow scare injuring his nose during rehearsal. but recovering in time to rock the rumba. ♪ >> reporter: but that wasn't the only comeback setting tongues wagging.
surprise. >> maks is back. >> reporter: pro dancer and season 18 champion maks chmerkovskiy returning to take the hot seat at the judge's table. >> it was not a great quickstep. it was an amazing quickstep. i loved it. i loved it. because i can, a 10. >> reporter: at times drawing some boos from the crowd. >> wish it was a little more fluent. you were just trying not to mess up. >> reporter: even younger brother val. >> it was definitely the longest -- it's not nice but such is this ballroom. >> reporter: you're kind of the bad boy of the ballroom. >> when i go to sleep tonight my conscience is very, very clear. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> he's back. >> he's back. >> all that. "dancing with the stars" is back next monday at 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. >> and now we'll turn to michael strahan. he's got a brand-new book "wake up happy: the dream big, win big guide to transforming your life." it is out today. we went to golf and body, new
york city, to talk about his rues for staying happy and squeeze in a little practice. ♪ a lovely >> reporter: so what does this song and golf tell us about michael strahan's new book? it turns out a lot. he writes that both keep him waking up happy. look at this cover. you're smiling and happy. >> uh-huh. >> you say wake up happy. it sounds like an order despite your smile. >> yeah, i'm ordering, you george. >> reporter: it's a memoir and how to guide to happiness. 18 rules he's learned along the way. like rule number one, help can and will come from the most unexpected places. this is something i can't even imagine. i'm trying to get the picture in my head. michael strahan working out to jane fonda videotapes. >> yeah, jane fonda saved my life, george. jane fonda -- it was very unlikely because i was a chubby kid. my brothers called plea bob
which meant booty on back. my booty was so big and i found jane fonda tapes because she did all the leg lifts and all these things that really worked your butt off. it was the first time in my life that i saw through my attitude or through my desire i can change something and i did -- that i wanted to change. >> reporter: that change led to a love of fitness and, of course, football. a career that believe it or not almost never got started but then his dad taught him rule number four. hit pause before you out and out quit. you really went back after your freshman year and was going to quit football. >> yeah, i was done. after my first semester in college, i was away from my family and i went back for christmas break and took the lightbulbs out of my lamp and i wasn't going back to that college dorm room and i said i'm going to stay and work with you and again he said what are you going to do? i realized at that point i had to do something for myself and i
had quit at that point and he basically ordered me as an army officer he was to get back on the horse and make something happen for myself. >> reporter: what he's made is not one but two or three different careers. using his rules to reinvent himself. seems like another big secret to your success that can apply to anybody. you have to be fearless and be willing to try just about anything. >> i'm scared 90% of the time. but i have -- i do things. i push through it and we're all intimidated. we're all scared about things that come along in our life. i was scared to go back to college because -- i was scared to play football and i was scared to -- the first time i did "live." i was scared to come on "gma." >> scared to come on "gma." come on. >> you scared me. you're ab intimidating guy, george. >> yeah, right. >> i was scared but then you realize you have to get out of your comfort scone. >> and that bill wither song is number nine, the secret lies not in luck but in the things you do every day. something we share, you can't survive without a routine. >> for me the routine sets my mind for the day.
it sets -- i wake up in the morning the my routine is i wake up and i put on music. music makes me happy. >> bill withers. >> bill witters "a lovely day". s's one of the songs that kick-starts my attitude of being happy and just enjoying the day. >> reporter: which brings us back to golf. play is the business of adults. actually a reason we're on a golf course. rule number eight. the importance of play. >> very important. >> why? >> because i think we all get so tied up in what's going on in work and all these other things that we forget that life is supposed to be fun. i try to bring that same attitude as much of the fun and play as you can bring to a job, i try to do it. >> what do you say to someone watching at home and say it's easy for michael strahan to be happy. >> no, michael strahan was not happy. even when michael strahan as everyone sees i'm talking about myself in the third person, a little weird. >> that's dangerous. >> but even when someone sees it and goes, oh, he should be happy. all these things going, that doesn't make you happiment for me i wake up and choose to be
happy and it truly is a choice. your life is going to be as happy as you want it to be as long as you make the decision that you want to be that way. >> and michael is already on his big book tour starting this morning. to his dressing room getting ready for "live with kelly and michael." how happy are you this morning. >> i'm very happy. finally, george, you can finally read this book. i'm extremely happy. i mean it's a great day. seems like a long time coming. >> well, let's talk about it, bob. excuse me, michael. not bob anymore. but thanks to jane fonda. >> that is not going to be my new nickname at the studio. >> only sometimes. >> it's okay but i really appreciate the fact that you talked about overcoming fear. i remember when you came on the show and how you would look at george, i remember you on the red carpet that time at the oscars and coming over and talking to you, why was it important for you to share those
points, as well? >> because i think, you know, everyone thinks that it's easy and everyone thinks, people come up and say, oh, just a natural thing you went from football it's amazing and it's not natural. i have fears just like everybody has fears but fortunately for me i've had you, robin, on the red carpet. you saved me my first time ever at the oscar, george and everybody on set saves me there every day when i come in because you put my fears at ease and you've made me feel like a part of the team and what we're doing and i think it's important for people to know even though on the outside it may look smooth and may look like you're just a natural, we all have fears and you have to push through your fears to accomplish whatever you want to accomplish. >> he brings out happiness to that set every morning. >> happiness is contagious. you make up happy, michael, each and every day you're here. >> that smile lies up a room and we love having you here. congratulations on the book. >> congratulation, michael. "wake up happy" available today.
there it is right there. >> he'll be here tomorrow. >> he'll be here tomorrow. >> we love you, michael. >> ginger isout side. >> ♪ >> michael comes in every morning, makes sure to hug and kiss everybody. i'm going start doing that out here. i don't know about that. let's talk about the fall foliage. it is changing in some places but it's not going to be the absolute best everywhere. there's a couple reasons for that. that wind took a lot of those trees out -- the leaves out in northern plains, you're seeing the peak colors in current conditions right now. that's the big picture. let's good a check closer to home. >> all right, ginger, we do on storm tracker6 live double scan have a couple showers on the other side of harrisburg that are beginning to push in toward the region. looks like it will be well after rush hour before they get here but they're on the way. we have sky6 still squeezing some sunshine out at the airport for now. temperatures are cool but in the as bad as yesterday. a lot of spots get, close to 60. today's high will be mild, 73. clouds, some sun but at times a spotty shower may pop through. that's not going to be the majority of the time, though.
60's tomorrow. "pop". >> a perfect transition. we start "pop news" with very happy news. i love this song. and john legend, of course in the song sings he loves all of chrissy teigen's curves and all of her edges, well, the supermodel is announcing this morning she'll have even more curves than ever to love. the proud parents-to-be posting news of their baby on board on instagram late last night. teigen writing, it hasn't been easy but we kept trying because we can't wait to bring our first child into the world and grow our family. we are so excited, it's finally happening. >> i have chills. >> that's exciting. >> just the loveiest couple. teigen recently revealing her struggle, their struggle trying to conceive. it happened during an episode of "the fab life" that she does with tyra and all of fee and all of us here at "gma" want to congratulate both of you on your wonderful news. >> wonderful news. [ applause ]
congrats. >> so exciting. and this one is for you, george. i did not know about this but. i love working with you because i find out something new -- >> maybe i will too. >> killer golf swing and you and michael have matching outfits. now i find out you love will ferrell movies. >> i do. >> i didn't know that so will ferrell fanatics including george have a place of their own to call home. look for george on the lower east side. it's a bar dedicated to the funny man. it's just opened called stay classy new york. and needless to say it's, quote, kind of a big deal. inside is a shrine to the actor and his cinematic achievements. basically it's just wall-to-wall will ferrell. cocktails with anyways like -- i hope it comes in a copper cup. glass case of emotion and milk was a bad choice. those are a few of the cocktails. the owner says he was inspired to pay tribute to the star because he was obsessed with "anchorman." watched it five times a week for
three years and where 30 and 40-year-old people could come. bonus points if you know the words to this song. ♪ don't hurt me no more >> you can sing, jesse. jesse has good pipes ♪ baby don't hurt me don't hurt me no more ♪ >> we're just going to let him sing it out. [ laughter ] >> i may have done that once or twice in my life before in finally, okay, i may have done this once or twice before. those in need of more inspiration, a great way to keep you motivated. we're not going to show you the video. ouch, ouch. coming up, baby, oh baby."
>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. 8:27 on this tuesday october 13th. it looks like a slowdown there on 95, karen. >> yeah, i just got off the phone with state police telling me about this accident on i-95 northbound. you have police kind of driving the o wrong way getting to the location because of the backup. here's what's going on. two vehicles over here, another vehicle here, debris in the roadway see it right there? now everyone was swerve argue round it. as we're watching live you can see state police now blocking a lane trying get back up to the scene right here so traffic stoppe stopped intermittently. another accident i-95 northbound near the betsy ross bridge. southbound huge delays as well. 44 minute ride from woodhaven to the vine. on the big picture the schuylkill has been very heavy eastbound in particular from the blue route all the way down past the boulevard at this point at times traveling in the teens.
we have another big issue out there, including this accident in wilmington and the action cam was on the scene. a horrible accident involving a pedestrian. that pedestrian in critical condition. police on the scene. a big backup on east front street near rosa parks drive. another accident investigation going on in valley forge road near swedesford road that's blocking that road in chester county, tam. >> thank you karen. now let's head outside to meteorologist, david murphy. it's looking like a lovely tuesday. good morning. >> sure is. starting out nice with lots of sunshine, tam. as we take a look at temperatures, 61 degrees in philadelphia. 53 in allentown, still cool but not quite as cool as this time yesterday. there's the threat of a shower at times this morning and maybe again later today but overall we're looking at a mix of clouds and sun and another nice afternoon high of 73. i wouldn't discourage from you going out and doing stuff today, just keep your storm tracker6 app handy on the smartphone. back into the 60's tomorrow and 50 for the weekend, tam. >> thank you david. back now to "gma." we'll see you back here to wrap up in 30. >> ♪
right now, time to count down the top five. [ cheers and applause ] >> i don't need a coat. it feels good out here. welcome back to "gma" and that's right, time now for the top five, a new countdown taking us to number one, the biggest, best, buzziest, jesse, you're here with that. >> we got top five. ama nominations is coming up. this morning, we have the top five biggest concert tours of the year. these are all the act, guys, that brought in the most money per city as compiled by pollstar. are you ready? here we go. number five, country superstar luke bryan. riding high with his kick the dustup tour. his fans known as the nut house. >> yes, i was telling you that his rear has a twitter handle.
>> number four, fleet woodwood . their tour is called on with the show. all right, number three, we got our second big country act, the man with the hat, this guys loves bicep curl, kenny chesney. his crew, the no shoes nation. this guy bringing in the coin. i like that. so we got our final two, you guys want to make a quick guess. >> rolling stones. >> taylor swift. >> bon jovi. >> taylor swift and rolling stones right out of the gate for you. you two are good. number two coming in hot, the only taylor swift going strong with their "1989" tour. she's now with the girl squad. number one -- >> do we have a drum roll. [ drum roll ] >> i willal come over here with help. you guys, any guess who could be number one? >> well, it's got to be the rolling stones. >> that is right.
after more than 50 years in rock 'n' roll mick jagger and company the number one concert. what do you think about that going 50 years strong. still number one. >> amazing. >> mick jagger still can do it. >> it's unbelievable. we'll talk to you more just ahead. that's your top five list for today. we want to know what you think. go to "gma's" facebook page and twitter and tell us who is in your top five. rob with no coat. >> thank you, jesse. donna karan stunned the world when she announced this past summer that she was stepping down as chief designer of her namesake company. now the fashion icon has a new memoir, it's called "my journey," got a chance to sit down with her to reflect on her incredible life and career. what do you want someone reading your book to be able to apply to their life? >> whatever you do, it has to come from your heart, not from your mind. >> what a journey. why did you want to put it down in black and white? >> i needed to put it down before i forgot.
i was constantly reflecting and looking at the past and realizing how the dots all connected. >> reporter: during her 30-year career donna karan launched two successive clothing lines, donna karan and dkny building a fashion empire and redefining the way women wore clothes and in one memorable television ad letting women in on the secret to her success. >> never confuse fad with fashion. never forget it's your name on every label and when showing your line to the press, never let them see you sweat. >> you know, when you are starting up a company and somebody said to you, you know, donna, we need some money and i go, yeah, so, well, how about dry idea? never let them see you sweat. >> i don't think many of us will forget that. how does that make you feel knowing that you were given credit to actually changing the way women dress? >> i'm very flattered. but for me it was a natural.
i loved, loved, loved designing. it's part of my being. you know, i love designing with other women. i love designing men's clothes a lot. a real lot. far more than i thought i would and i picked up a hot group of guys that i like to dress. >> yes, president clinton. >> well, couldn't get hotter than that. okay, let's start at the top. >> for karan starting at the top means dressing a man who would occupy the oval office being asked to design both of his inauguration suits. what was that call like? >> i don't think i've ever recovered from the phone call because we did have an argument, a little bit of an argument. a discussion. i said, what size suit are you and he said a 54 long. i said that's impossible. you're a 54 extra long. you know president clinton was right. he wore a long not an extra long and i could not believe it. >> while she has dressed some of
the most powerful men in the world it's her late husband, steven weiss, a talented artist who was her greatest inspiration. the love of your life, steven -- >> sitting here i feel his energy. >> you do, don't you? >> oh, yeah. >> his passing stays with you. >> forever. and ever. ah. yeah. this is steven's studio, you know, steven built this. i had nothing to do with it. there was this line between us that i was allowed to be the decorator. he was the architect. and never the trains shall meet and i think that's what made steven and i so great. this piece says it all. he left the canvas outside and he said, talk to me so he -- >> we're still in new york, right? >> like we're not in new york? >> reporter: and it's her husband's legacy that continues to sustain and drive karan's
passion to help others. >> i've always said why don't we just have a philanthropic store where we can give all our money back and that's really how urban zen started. >> reporter: it connects her mission to help redefine health care, preserve cultures and empower women and children. where do you want to see it go, donna? >> my dream is that urban zens are all over the country. they're all over the world. that it's not about me. this is about a call out to action. >> call out to action. donna karan is an exceptional, beautiful soul. urban zen is so incredibly important to her and the love that she has for her husband. i'm telling you. her book "my journey" is available now. >> let's go ahead and get into >> good morning to all the folks behind us. hello, good morning. how about we talk about the cold front. ready for cold air this weekend? if you're sticking
around in new york city there's cold front number one and number two. by sunday morning you'll feel sub freezing in a lot of places. we've been so warm. we've got joe jonas and whole new band coming in. dnce, a play on dance, in. c. let's get a check closer to home. >> that's cuteoner? storm tracker6 live double scan shows you we're dry locally but there are our first round of showers coming from the west as we take a look at your as much day, nice this afternoon, clouds and sun. 60's tomorrow. you. years ago his brother, one of the biggest boy bands in the world. joe has a new band, dnce and they are here with us. bandmates, coal, ginger lee and jack wallace all in line. you know what else they've got a really exciting preview of their
first video. let's take a look. >> yes. ♪ so do me baby i'm going at it baby oh oh ♪ ♪ go crazy crazy aye-yie-yie people hold you cake by the ocean ♪ ♪ for me baby i'll be here ♪ let's lose our minds and go baby crazy ♪ ♪ aye-yie-yie keep on -- >> and dnce again here. you have a very special announcement this morning. >> yes. >> tell us. >> that's where our first video is here. we're excited for the releaseof our ep. october 23rd and we can't wait for everyone to hear the music. >> we'll see more of you then too. >> yes. >> see you perform which we can't get enough of. that song is called "cake by the ocean." what was the inspiration for that. >> i was working with a few producers from sweden that kept
confusing sex on the beach with cake from the ocean so we came up with a song from there. >> dnce is also a play on dance and hear a lot more about that and you'll be here talking about the amas. all this coming up. plus we'll tell you how you can make over your maternity wardrobe. please don't go anywhere. "gma," more of it just ahead. thank you, guys. >> thank you.
we are back now with the first installment of our new series "baby oh baby." all about modern pregnancy, a thing i know a little about. any mom, though, knows that maternity clothing can be super expensive, especially when you want to look fresh every day. look at this. a little secret here. i've been renting these dresses and you can too. from kerry washington's beautiful bump to the ever elegant pregnant kate, we love to see what the stars are wearing when they start to pop. but for those of us with baby on board and a budget, buying a whole new wardrobe for just a few months can sure make it tough to feel red carpet ready. this is all i have for maternity. none of this fit, none of that fits. this fits. i got a whole closet over here that doesn't fit and i've got another couple months left. jersey is the pregnant woman's best friend. >> it's comfortable, loose. >> here it is. >> enter companies like mine for
nine that rent clothing for up to 75% off the retail price. not bad when women can spend up to 2 grand on their maternity wardrobe. >> our average ticket runs between $90 and $100 and in those order they'll usually get four to five items. >> who is this specifically for. >> for anyone that's pregnant. even if you're a stay-at-home mom and want to put something on that makes you feel good on date night. they can rent something for a month. >> instead of buying this navy maxi dress for $175, i could rent it for 60 bucks for two weeks. thanks to maternity rental now i don't have to lose sleep with what to wear with this ever growing belly. i swear it grows every day. we are now joined by mindy walker, executive editor from "american baby" magazine. welcome to "gma" again. we love to see you. >> thank you, thank you. >> this dress just for an example, 40 bucks and get to keep it for a month. >> from mine for nine, wear it
as much as you want for $40. >> i have a baby shower coming up. a lot of reasons you could have multiple times to wear it. >> exactly. >> i know it's an ever-changing body and nine months is a long time and you grow out of things. >> exactly so women are -- we're finding women can spend up to $2,000 on maternity clothes because your body is changing but yet you don't want to wear your cousin's hand-me-downs the whole time. you looked stylish before you want to look stylish while pregnant. subscription services make this possible. >> i don't want to keep it all after. even if you get pregnant again you don't know if the season is going to be the same. a lot of factors that can affect that. let's bring out our models and start with ingrid. >> okay, great. >> ingrid, come on out. >> ingrid -- >> whoo! ingrit is wearing this great outfit from la tote, a black and white top that cops with a denim jacket and hobo bag. la tote comes to your house, you choose what you want.
if you want office looks shall casual looks and then you wear it as much as you want for that month. >> how much have we saved here? >> so this outfit would retail for $245. but she's getting it for $59. that's a savings of $186. it's huge. >> it is huge. it is and especially because so many of us, there's so many -- you could wear this over and over. you could pull it off for days. all right, one more look, we've got shelly. >> shelly coming out. so she got her fabulous dress from belly bump boutique. >> and you're due any day. >> not easy to pull off a great look when you're due any day but shelly does it. this outif it is great for let's say you have a wedding or a shower you want to go to. you can go online. book it in advance and go on, say, okay, reserve it for that week and get this dress. >> bring it. give me the savings. >> $118 retail. she gets it for $35. >> yes. >> so she's saving $83. >> thank you so much.
thank you, shelly. good luck and mindy, thank you for being here and thanks to "american baby" magazine. follow me on my blog and website. goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and we have the next part of the series, safe effective workouts for moms-to-be in every trimester late they are week. the ama nominations coming up live next. ♪ "baby, oh baby" brought to you by baby
you've been waiting all morning long. time is here. ready for the big reveal. the nominees for the american music awards. this is the world's biggest fan voted awards show. >> yeah, so excited this morning to have singing/song writing sensations joe jonas and charlie puth to announce the nominations for some of the hottest categories. guy, take it away. >> all right. in the pop or rock music category, the favorite album
nominees are ed sheeran "x," sam smith "in the lonely hour." taylor swift "1989." and in the pop or rock music category, the favorite female artist nominees are ariana gran grande, taylor swift and meghan trainor. >> in the pop or rock music category favorite male artist are -- nick jonas. ed sheeran and sam smith. >> in the new artist of the year presented by kohl's category. fetty wap, sam hunt, tove lo, walk the moon and the weeknd. >> nice in the song of the year category, the nominees are mark ronson featuring bruno mars,
"uptown funk." ed sheeran "thinking out loud." taylor swift, "blank space." the weeknd "can't feel my face." wiz khalif father featuring charlie puth, "see you again." >> wow. >> i was caught off guard there. well, in the artist of the year category, the nominees are -- luke bryan, ariana grande, maroon 5, nicki minaj and ed sheeran, sam smith, taylor swift, meghan trainor, the weeknd and one direction. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's it. >> yeah.
>> thank you, guys. >> that caught me off guard. >> nice to hear a familiar name, charlie. congratulations. >> thank you. i'm a little under the weather right now so that really kind of made my day. >> you were honestly surprised there. >> i really -- this is all a dream to me still, the fact i get to come here when i used to walk and be in the bright lights with joe. >> in times square. >> celebrating a little bit. last week the video for "see you again" hit a billion views and it went three times plat thumb and you also have an album coming out. >> i do, yeah, in january. basically music video about what's happened to me this year to show my crazy year. >> you seem pretty excited about your brother there. >> i'm so excited. text him before this. he's like -- he's on the west coast, what time are you announcing the awards so i'm really happy for him. >> we're happy for you too, nick. well deserved. that's terrific and you guys, what is the show mean to you as artists? amas is fan based so --
>> well, for me, i got my start with like youtube and got everybody commenting on my stuff all the time and i was only in the online world so for me i'm just getting to perform. he's done a lot more performing than me. the fact that i get to perform for fans from online is insane to me. >> go on facebook, everything. jennifer lopez. who else are you looking forward to seeing? >> just niece nominees are incredible. ed sheeran is always an amazing performer live and sam smith kills it. looking forward to the show. >> it's going to be great and i believe it's here on abc. >> it is on abc, 43rd annual american music awards broadcast live from l.a. on november 22nd. right after "gma," more nominees via live stream at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! congratulations. >> congratulations. >> congrats. >> we'll be right back. ama announcements live on
>> have a great tuesday, everybody. thanks for joining us. >> so long. ♪ crazey >> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. it's 8:56 on this tuesday october 13th. let's go over to karen rogers get your last look at traffic. good morning. >> we're looking pretty jammed on the schuylkill expressway. really in both directions.
this is just near the conshohocken curve. eastbound traffic has been particularly heavy past conshohocken, past the blue route, all the way down to girard. in fact looking at a 30 minute ride. westbound 28 minute ride. you could see right here pretty heavy in this direction as well. i-95 southbound at cottman delays starting to ease a little bit but still a 41 minute ride been pretty lengthy from woodhaven to the vine. northbound an accident near business route one. that's off to the side so traffic is moving better. we also have an accident northbound on i-95 at the betsy ross bridge that's off to the side. two accidents 95 northbound out there. ben franklin bridge jammed extra heavy trying to come into the city. eastbound right lane blocked and valley forge road shut down in chester county much watch for that accident investigation. >> let's head out to meteorologist, david murphy. good morning, david. >> good morning, tam. off to a somewhat sunny start, a few clouds coming from the west and as you check out storm tracker6 live double scan we are getting those expected showers coming in toward harrisburg and gettysburg and eventually some
of us will see some of that coming in. temperatures are a little cool just yet. 65 degrees but improving and this afternoon will be mild again with a high of 73 degrees, clouds and sun and occasional showers. back into the 60's wednesday. the 50's by the weekend. tam. >> okay, thank you david. coming up today at noon a father is shot during a home invasion while his three children are there in the house. we'll have a live update on that investigation. "live with kelly and michael" up next here on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have a great tuesday. >> ♪
>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new film, "crimson peak," jessica chastain. and star of "being mary jane," gabrielle union. and things to go with your pulitzer besides making a pie. plus, recording artist ciara takes a seat at the co-host desk. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] ♪ now, here are michael strahan and ciara! [cheers and applause] ♪