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[ cheers and applause ] good morning, america. we have a winner. not one, but three. here are the lucky numbers. >> first number is 8 -- >> nose winning tickets sold in california, tennessee and florida share a $1.5 billion prize. celebrations break out overnight. so who are the country's newest mul multimillionaires? the search is on to find them this morning. and we're live where the winning tickets were sold. a deadly terror attack overnight. a series of explosions outside a starbucks in a busy downtown shopping area in jakarta. a firefight on the streets. americans warned to shelter in place. we'll have the very latest this morning. olympian arrested. picabo street charged with assault accused of pushing her father down the stairs.
what set off this family feud. ♪ i wanna see you smile and the envelope, please. who's waking up smiling in hollywood? >> this will be a first for the both of us. >> it's the morning that kicks off oscar madness. >> surprise. >> who's in the spotlight for oscar gold from "carol" to "creed" to "straight outta compton." and could the force be with "star wars"? you'll find out live, the oscar nominations right here on "gma." >> godspeed, good luck. here we go. ♪ smile we do say good morning, america. a lot of spies in california this morning. not just for the oscar nominations. one of the three powerball jackpot winners from the golden state, oh, they were celebrating last night. >> they sure were. if you haven't checked your ticket yet, 4, 8, 19, 27, 34 and the powerball is 10.
>> did you say 10? the powerball is 10? i got it. >> congratulations. >> what does that mean? >> 4 bucks. >> it pays for the ticket. >> came for the ticket. it's not that massive $1.5 billion which was split among winners in chino hills, california, munford, tennessee and melbourne beach, florida. you're looking live at the 7-eleven in chino hills. >> oh, good. >> they left some time ago. >> they were going nuts last night. >> why did they empty out the store? >> this poor guy. >> no line. >> t.j. holmes has been all over powerball. he starts us off with a look at what $1.5 billion looks like. >> you like that, guys. okay, not long after the drawing last night, one guy out in california realized he had won all of this, $1.6 billion.
that's what it looks like. well, a couple of hours later he realized he didn't win all of this. he only won about this much because now he last to split that with two other people but before you start crying for him they were all still doing all right, 1.6 billion among three people is still over $500 million apiece which still puts them ahead of beyonce in terms of net worth. guy, we got a fun morning ahead. a lot of numbers, a lot of questions and, robin, i can write you that check for 4 bucks. >> you can cover that for me. you're a good man, t.j. the visual seeing it like that. one of those winning ticket, chino hill, california, that huge celebration last night at the 7-eleven where it was sold. it was a wild scene. big gulps and slur pi slurpees friends. kayna whitworth is there. >> reporter: first of all, you won more than i did in the powerball. i just want you to know that. it was a huge party here last
night, a lot of city pride. it was very cool. now, keep in mind california was the top-selling state in the nation in this latest powerball run selling more than 85 million tickets on monday alone. when i spoke to the regional manager he told me they knew they were going to sell the winning ticket because they were printing off faster from that machine than ever before. jubilation breaking out at this 7-eleven in chino hill, california. after the news that this store in a los angeles suburb sold the first winning powerball ticket in the $1.5 billion jackpot. as an impromptu dance party grew louder. >> all: chino hills. >> reporter: the owners of the stores celebrated as heroes. >> i'm very happy. i'm very excited. i'm very proud. >> reporter: now we're learning that at least two other winning tickets were sold, one in florida and one in munford, tennessee. munford only has 6,000 residents and is 30 minutes north of memphis. >> hopefully they're out there
getting the best legal and financial advice they can find. before they come in and claim that wonderful prize. >> anybody in here? >> reporter: across the country, millions of others trying hard to be happy for those winners today. >> i tried. i tried. >> reporter: i know how that feels. we're trying to be happy but really we are in the big picture and you also have to keep in mind the lottery winnings in california are not subject to state tax, so this is one hefty payday for winners here in california. george. >> thanks, kayna. we are joined by the owner of the 7-eleven where the winning ticket was sold, mr. balbir atwal along with jeff strader and the clerk who sold the winning ticket. mr. atwal, how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling very good, thank you. >> tell us what you're going to do with that million dollar prize? >> well, there will be -- i will
be sharing with my employee and the needy people but i'm not going to get a million. it's very less than that. >> so, it looks like you were one of the two clerks that sold the winning ticket. any idea who the lucky winner is? >> right now, i cannot say anything because i have no idea. >> no idea and, jeff, tell us what this means for 7-eleven. >> this is huge for 7-eleven and for the store here in chino hills. you know, i wasn't surprised that 7-eleven sold the ticket. but i was so happy to hear it was this store in chino hills and just excellent. >> balbir, you're going to get a flood and everybody will think you have the lucky store. are you ready? >> i'm ready to sell to people so like i'm in the right place. i love chino hills, my customers, they are so nice and they support us even after they learn that they've been lottery
tickets here so everybody come here to celebrate with us. >> well, congratulations. we love the celebration. we love the spies. enjoy this day. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> i love how balbir is keeping his head on straight. he won't get a full million. he knows there's taxes coming but still a nice prize. >> goes a lot longer there in california than other places. >> than, yes. >> i know. do i pay taxes on that? yeah, okay, one of the other winner is in that small town of munford, tennessee, population 6,000 and reporter jamie mcgriff from memphis is there. good morning, jamie. >> reporter: good morning, robin. i'm standing in front of one of the three listed retailers that sold lottery tickets. we don't know exactly which one sold that winning ticket, folks around here are waiting to see. in the small town of munford a small town where roughly 6,000 people live and folks know each other and a lot of folks will be
talking about this as far as who won the ticket and what are you going to do with the money and we've already had people come by to say, hey, what's going on and we're letting them know that someone in their community won the ticket beating the odds, you know, the world is watching to see if this person will step forward and so we're just waiting to see if this person will come forward and say, hey, i won the ticket and also get plans on what he or she plans to do with the money but when you have a town that's this small, usually folks are going to come together and celebrate and no doubt we're going to see and hear more people drive by and talk about, hey, do you know who won that ticket? so, of course, when we get word everybody else will. robin, back to you. >> you let us know, jamie, thank you. it is great that it's from a smaller area. >> to see what will happen. i know sam would be out of town. >> small town, you know it's the person who didn't show up today. now everybody knows because, boom, boom, boom. >> if sam won, one word, miami.
>> yeah. >> okay, we'll move on now to the race for president and tonight's big republican debate in south carolina. stakes are high with the first votes less than three weeks away and iowa front-runner ted cruz facing new questions about his finances. abc's tom llamas is in pensacola, florida, where donald trump held another huge rally last night. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. tonight a very important debate and you're right, last night trump spoke to a filled rally, many of the supporters i talked to say they're all in for donald trump. this as senator ted cruz is dealing with a new problem. >> wow! >> reporter: this morning, senator ted cruz's campaign in damage control after a new report shows he took up to a million dollars in loans from big wall street banks to finance his run for senate. >> we borrowed against the stocks and assets that we had under ordinary terms so those loans had been disclosed over and over and over again on multiple filings. >> reporter: but "the new york times" reporting they were not
filed with the fec. the story breaking while cruz was at a south carolina campaign event. his aides huddling around him afterwards informing him of the news. >> if it was the case they were not filed exactly as the fec requires then we'll amend the filings. >> reporter: but it may hurt his credit blthd since he's railed against big banks and wall street bailouts. >> a lot of lawyers say you can't run if you do that. you can't be born in canada. >> reporter: also dealing with donald trump who is showing no signs of letting up on his birther attack of cruz. >> supposing he runs and everybody is banking on him and then the courts rule that he can't run. that's not so good. what do you do? concede the election to hillary clinton or to crazy bernie? right? ♪ president donald trump knows how to make america great ♪ ♪ >> reporter: trump speaking to a massive crowd of more than 10,000 in pensacola, florida. >> trump is kicking [ bleep ] in florida. can you believe that? [ cheers and applause ]
>> reporter: but trump's biggest fight last night. >> this stupid mike. >> reporter: wasn't even with another candidate. it was with his microphone. >> i don't like this mike. whoever the hell brought this mike system don't pay the [ bleep ]. i guarantee you i'm not paying for this mike. >> reporter: we hope there are no mike problems tonight for donald trump. back to senator ted cruz. campaign sources tell me he's been in vigorous debate and prepping for the attacks and birther attacks and any attacks on these new loan, new issue. they tell me those loans were all completely done appropriately. george. >> he could be on the hot seat tonight. meanwhile, on the democratic side, a brand-new poll out of iowa showing a dead heat with hillary clinton slipping. >> reporter: that's right. a really interesting poll, a bloomberg/"des moines register" poll and within a month hillary clinton is down six points. right now she's at 42, senator bernie sanders 40 but within the margin of error they are in a dead heat. >> we've seen the two of them go
at it. democratic debate on sunday night. that breaking news overseas. a deadly terror attack on the streets of jakarta happening outside a starbucks in the heart of the city in the downtown shopping area. authorities are calling it a paris-style attack. and abc's chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz joins us now with the latest. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, george. americans in jakarta were told to shelter in place as the attackers hit multiple locations battling police with grenades and guns in what indonesia's president is calling an act of terror. at least six explosions heard around the city's main shopping district. as groups of attackers targeted this commercial hub. where people were eating, shopping, going to the movies. >> we heard a third explosion, we heard a fourth, a fifth and a sixth and there's gunfire. >> reporter: they used guns and bombs. exchanging gunfire with police.
bombs exploding in front of this starbucks. as terrified workers throughout the city barricaded themselves in their offices leaving at least seven dead and scores injured. although the identities of the suspects are n authorities in id recently warn citizens of a credible threat in jakarta and had deployed extra security personnel around the city or this may have been even worse, george. >> all right, we also saw that attack in istanbul in a busy tourist area. thanks very much. to amy with today's other top stories. that water crisis in michigan. >> now there's a major new concern stemming from the water emergency in flint, michigan. the tap water has been contaminated with lead since the city switched water supplies to save money. well, now state officials are investigating a spike in legionnaires' disease. ten have died and they're
investigating whether those are connected to the contaminated water. the ten american sailors arrested and briefly held by iran are in qatar being debriefed about their ordeal. the pentagon saying the video that showed one sailor apologizing for entering iranian waters by mistake was actually staged. military officials say it was an effort to defuse the situation and protect the crew. on wall street this morning the dow begins trading at its lowest level since september, overnight most asian markets were also down. investors worried about slumping oil prices and china's slowing economy. and a dramatic scene at this apartment building in maryland. firetraping people on the upper floors. firefighters forced to rescue them from balconies. two injured. an unusual drug smuggling operation. agents in texas found 2500 pounds of marijuana, where you ask, stuffed inside these fake carrots. >> wow? >> the street value half a million dollars. it is a creature right out
of your worst nightmares. scientists confirm they found fossils from a 32-foot crocodile that weighed 6,000 pounds. that's twice the size of your everyday crooc lurking in the water 130 million years ago. thankfully that big guy has not been seen lately. >> why are you chuckling, sam? >> that's the size of a fishing boat. that thing is the size -- you know the boats when you walk by the harbor. oh, he has a nice boat. that's what size the crocodile is. >> as opposed to an everyday crocodile. >> thanks for that, amy. we'll move on to oscar excitement. a huge morning in hollywood as the nominations set to be announced, oh, just about an hour away and bring them to you live in america. first chris connelly is here with a look at some of the leading -- i could have been a contender -- good morning, chris. >> good morning, today's academy award nominations figure to cover ground from the boston globe newsroom to a galley far, far away, maybe the streets of
compton and surely the anything but paved wilderness of the 1820s. >> i ain't afraid of dying. >> reporter: look for "the revenant's" leonardo dicaprio to be out of the woods and into his fifth academy award nomination as an actor. the bear sadly will be smugged. michael fassbender -- >> what do you do? >> i play the orchestra. >> reporter: matt damon for "the martian" and for "the danish girl" last year's winner eddie redmayne figured to be in best actor contention to from cate blanchett in "carol." >> i put nothing past women like you, carol. >> reporter: to brie larson in "room." best actress has so many potential picks that "joy"'s jennifer lawrence. >> i pick up the gun. >> reporter: may be vying with charlotte rampling in "45 years" for a nomination. and did somebody say "star wars"? yes, "the force awakens" should wake up to a multinomination morning.
including an outside chance at a nod for best picture where favorites like "the revenant" and "spotlight." >> if there were 90 of these, they would know. >> maybe they do. >> reporter: may find themselves alongside "straight outta compton." >> you can't come down here and arrest people because of what they look like. >> reporter: for oscar's top prize. and we'll be talking with some of today's happy nominees coming up on "gma." robin. >> all right, chris, we're looking forward to that. to a powerful storm threatening the east coast from maine to florida. isn't that right, sam? >> a big player. we've got to watch it. i want to start a little with what happened yesterday. you know we had flakes in the air. i don't mean the normal folks around times square that you want to take pictures with. no, i say that lovingly. but what i mean is we had some
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north of us, sam champion mentioned that syracuse got pounded. some of the snow could make it into the acquifers and make it down here. the story this morning is the cold, but not as windy. you can see the steam from temple university rising straight up from the building. not much of a wind this morning. 43 degrees, we're climbing from the 20s to 43. and winds less. 50 tomorrow, rain at night, rain saturday morning. for giving us real temperatures. >> you're welcome. coming up here on "gma," the olympic champion arrested. gold medal skier picabo street facing assault charges for allegedly pushing her father down the stairs. >> my father just started attacking me in my own house in front of my children. >> what really happened?
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trying to deal with this. you can see at one point was it was on its side. a mess closing allentown road. stick to sumneytown pike or route 63 main street. be careful in the turn lanes it looks slippery in one or two spots in the turn lanes. let's look at the problems around the region. chemplet county, we have an accident -- chester county, we have an accident 202 northbound past 401, heading toward malvern. we're jammed 30 bypass to 29. we had one, but two problems on i-95, they have cleared, but they we are still heavy, tam. thank you for that karen him we'll take a short break and come back to accuweather.
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♪ you are looking at the 7-eleven in chino hills, california. that was last night as one of those winning powerball tickets were sold there. the whole town going crazy and now waiting to find out who the winner of that $1.5 billion jackpot is. three winners. a lot of excitement. >> it's wonderful to see everybody was enjoying the success and riches. >> sure. >> whole town celebration. >> got to love that. also right now the republican presidential hopefuls facing off in tonight's big debate. one of their last opportunities to sway voters in iowa less than three weeks away and this morning, kate del castillo, sean penn who arranged that interview with el chapo is speaking out saying, i look forward to sharing my story with you. a big day in hollywood.
oscar nomination day. look who's ready. sam and michael. >> okay, so it is the biggest day in hollywood so michael calls and says, sam, get up early and grab us some chairs so we have a place of our own. >> tried to get the good seats. i brought the popcorn. you got the seats. i'm very weak but trying to save enough for you over there but we're weak. i have no self-control. >> i'm not sure being in your lap. >> going pretty steadily at it. >> they have any footstools. >> i need a barcalounger. >> thank you, guys. also right now, we are waiting, of course, to learn the winners of that massive powerball jackpot. the $1.5 billion prize split among the three winners in chino hill, california, munford, tennessee, and melbourne beach, florida, and t.j. is outside with the latest. >> hey there, robin. this could have all been your, yes, 1.6 billion is what it looks like.
don't feel anybody for having to split this. check this out. this goes in line with previous lottery jackpots. six out of the seven largest jackpots in u.s. history were actually shared. so this was to be expected. also, robin, if they weren't lucky enough already winning these three people live in three states that do not tax the -- the states don't tax lottery winnings. they'll get the federal tax but they won't have to pay state taxes. congratulations on saving all that money, as well. we know a little about california and tennessee. looking forward to learning about what's going on in sunny florida. >> we'll turn to the arrest of olympic gold medallist picabo street. the ski champ has been charged with domestic violence accused of pushing her father down the stairs and eva pilgrim is here with more. >> reporter: winter olympic fan favorite arrested as you said for pushing her dad down the stairs. this morning we're hearing the 911 call she made.
>> this morning the queen of the downhill former olympic skier picabo street is facing charges accused of pushing her own father down the stairs. >> my father just started attacking me in my own house in front of my children. >> reporter: according to police documents 44-year-old street, a darling of the winter olympic games turned spokesperson and role model. >> if you want to ski so badly, look me up. >> reporter: after getting into a fight with 76-year-old roland street near her house in park city, utah. >> look what he did to my hair. oh, my god, he pulled so much hair out of my head. >> reporter: she said he pulled her hair and during the fight she pushed him down the stairs and locked him in the basement before making this out of breath 911 call. >> he got his hands on me and i put him down the stair. >> so did he fall down the stairs? >> street's mother defending her husband. >> he attacked.
oh, my god. are you kidding? >> reporter: street's father said she got upset when he bumped his car into the house as he was leaving and the world champion downhill skier started to get angry and started yelling saying the fight turned physical. police noting he had several cuts on his elbow and neck. street's attorney says peekabo denies any wrongdoing hoping for an applicable resolution. she is prepared to discuss a possible plea deal for this case. the next scheduled hearing is february 16th in a park city court. >> kind of a rough story. your first story here with us in the studio. welcome to "gma." [ applause ] >> you come to us from philadelphia. >> wpvi, yes, ma'am. >> we love it. now to a major break in the murder of that american woman living in italy. a suspect is in custody.
alex marquardt is there. >> reporter: good morning, robin. that's right. overnight italian authorities made an arrest in the murder case of ashley olsen. the suspect is a 27-year-old man from senegal who olsen brought home from a nearby bar and they're saying there is very serious evidence of his guilt. florence's prosecutor this morning telling reporters that 35-year-old american ashley olsen's death was a sexual encounter that went horribly wrong. early friday morning olsen was in this florence club, these photos from dailymail.com close to her apartment and walked home with a senegalese immigrant in italy for a few months illegally and was known to police for drug-related activities. they had consensual sex, the prosecutor said. the suspect's dna was found on a condom and cigarette in the toilet. then things went bad. she asked had him to leave the
house according to italian media. he pushed olsen and she hit her head, her skull fractured in two places. both were intoxicated according to the prosecutor at least on alcohol, but possibly drug, as well. on saturday, her body was found naked on the floor. bruises and scratches on her neck. the official cause of death, strangulation by a cord or chain. on his way out of the apartment, he also took olsen's cell phone which helped the police to track him down. he is now reportedly claiming he did not intend to kill olsen but he is being held for aggravated homicide. robin, alex, we appreciate it. the lip balm of the stars but it's facing a big lawsuit. the new phone feature that may be a key to a better night's sleep. will it work? dr. besser will tell us. he's here live.
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a class action lawsuit. linzie janis has all of the details. good morning. >> this woman says she was looking for smoother lips but ended up with the opposite. she and her lawyers say others have had problems too and they're threatening to sue. ♪ >> reporter: it's the egg shaped lip balm touted by celebrities from miley cyrus -- ♪ and we can't stop >> reporter: to kim kardashian and britney spears proclaiming their love for the product eos, evolution of smooth but this morning a proposed class action lawsuit by a woman alleging the product has caused consumers' lips to crack, bleed, itch, burn, flake and generate severe boiling and blistering. the lawsuit brought bring rachel cronin who claims after using the product for the first time she had a negative reaction. >> within 48 hours my lips became extremely dry and irritated. they were flaking all around the
outside. >> reporter: according to the lawsuit she contacted eos who she says told her to seek medical attention. >> i couldn't fully open my mouth to eat because it would crack. i couldn't smile fully because it would crack and bleed. >> reporter: in the suit she claims after posting pictures of her lips on facebook, there was a frenzy of responses from individuals with similar experiences. >> the next step will be to collate all the people who have the similar complaints similarly swalted. >> reporter: overnight eos telling abc news we firmly believe this lawsuit is without merit. our products are made with the highest quality ingredients and meet or exceed all safety and quality standards. validated by rigorous testing. the health and well-being of our customers is our top priority. adding that they sold several million lip balms last month in the u.s. and received 40 consumer complaints, a complaint rate of 0.001%. the suit also alleges there are
no warnings about the ingredients in the lip balm. ingredients the suit claims may cause potential side effects. but a dermatologist and medical expert we spoke with say the ingredients in this lip balm are not unusual. >> you can't be certain the reactions are coming from the lip balm without further investigation. >> well, eos tells us the ingredients used in that their products are safe and approved for use by the fda and without warning labels. >> all right, thank you. >> absolutely. >> you see it all the time. >> celeb, kids. thank you. coming up on "good morning america," say it ain't so. there are fears this morning that one direction could be breaking up permanently. >> oh. >> yes. >> no. >> what? >> there are fears, i said, and we have some fan reaction and we should get a close-up on sam right now. >> oh, sam. also, the road to the oscars begins now. rachel smith backstage, beverly
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and things are not so perfect for the boy band. there are reports that they could be breaking up for good. >> ooh. >> it's going to be okay. >> sam, do not cry, man. >> this is not -- >> do not take me there. abc's nick watt, he has the story. ♪ nobody can drag me down >> reporter: a boy band bombshell. the source close to the fab four tell "us weekly" saying the 1d thing just ran its course." on twitter, i see no more reason to live. no, no, no. the boys have told us they're just, quote, taking a break, wrapping up their last tour telling lara it will not be their last. >> it's not final, final, final. >> not for real but we do get a lot of emotional. the last time we'll sing them for awhile. >> reporter: do we believe them? ♪ not good at making promises."
>> zayn quit last year. recently telling "billboard" i had every intention of remaining friends with everybody but i guess certain phone numbers have changed. the boys this morning telling us this splitsville rumor is pure speculation sticking with what they told me at the ama sosa. >> can we just not do the hiatus? will you definitely come back. to my fellow 1ders, there is still hope. save those tears for now. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> i don't know about you at home. we're buzzing about this. >> how did this become so -- >> zayn said about the phone numbers -- oh. >> article in "rolling stone" is a terrific article. he is moving on and has his own style of music. and i guess, you know, sort of the genie is now out of the bottle, so to speak. >> put the toothpaste back in the tube. >> they gave us all great
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good morning, i'm tamala edwards, 7:56 now, it is thursday, january 14, karen continues to watch a situation in upper gwynedd, let's go over to her, good morning. >> reporter: yes the big accident of the morning, allentown road is blocked right at green street. sick to sumneytown pike or main street. there you see the images, chopper 6 caught it on the scene in upper gwynedd. you can see the tractor-trailer a mess of a situation, got stuck there, the wheels are off. allentown road is blocked at green street. main street is blocked off even at this point. let's go outside live frazier chester county, 202 north of 401. an accident off to the shoulder. jammed from approaching the 30
bypass to 29. disabled bulls blocking the center -- disabled bus blocking the center lane at oxford circle. it's a school bus so the kids are late for school now. let's take a live look out over the ben. it's brilliantly blue and clear, but you're bundled up. >> reporter: it's cold this this morning but the good news the winds are down, it will get milder today. we're at 28 degrees, not a lot of wind not as harsh as yesterday. this afternoon it's the same time story. feeling better an high of 43. tomorrow, clouds gather during the day and we get a nice high of 50. we get rain but not until later at night. a rainy start saturday, dry in the afternoon, 48. chilly on sunday. two philadelphia police officers suffered minor injuries when a suspected drunk driver slammed into the side of their unmarked patrol car. investigators say the
♪ bang bang good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and we finally have winners of that billion dollar jackpot. crowds go crazy in california. and who are the winners from tennessee and florida? the search right now for america's new multimillionaires. ♪ the spotlight on hollywood this morning. oscar nominations live from l.a. will "star wars" win over the galaxy? >> chewie, we're home. >> will "the big short" go big or go home? and is "creed" headed for a knockout punch. >> how do you know all this? >> it's a morning dreams come true. the envelope, please. the road to oscar starts right now. ♪ and robin's re-boot deals.
great steals for your mind, body and soul right now as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. ♪ ♪ i want to see you smile >> how much do we love our audience. always here every morning to greet us. it is a big day. they're here to celebrate also the winners -- celebrate the lucky people splitting that $1.5 billion jackpot. >> all saran wrapped in times square. you getting into the oscar spirit. >> well, because, everybody, if you look around upstairs and here, our crew is all set for those oscar nomination. >> look at them. >> wow. >> hubba-hubba. >> not to be outdone, the control room. >> glamorous.
>> beautiful in red. >> dashing. >> did you see -- >> look at that ball gown. oh, wow. >> she is the dancing director. our lily. >> wow. all leading up to that. that's right. you know, we got popcorn too for everybody in the studio to get into the spirit. you saw the control room. they have popcorn. our crew, they don't have popcorn because they want to fit in the tuxes. outside of that we're sharing the wealth of popcorn with our award-winning fans outside. enjoy, as well. eat up is right. >> nominations moment as way and rachel smith has exclusive access to the stage where it's all going to go down. what is it like there? >> that's right. it is such a special morning here. first i got to take a moment to thank the academy for allowing me to hang on to this oscar stat statue. we're on our way to the countdown for the 88th awards. it's taking place at the academy
of motion picture, ors and sciences in beverly hills. the room is bustling with energy and filing in and a few weighed in with their last-minute predictions. who will be dreaming of taking home this golden statue? you got to stay with us to find out. >> we've been told to dream in gold. that's ahead. but now the morning rundown over there with amy. amy. >> good morning, everyone. the big story is the big $1.5 billion powerball jackpot. it will be split three ways and take a look where the three winning tickets were sold, chino hills, california, munford, tennessee and melbourne beach, florida. overnight there was a party atmosphere where the winning ticket was sold in california and kayna whitworth is there. >> reporter: it was absolute chaos in this chino hills 7-eleven last night. standing room only in here when they found out they had sold one of the winning powerball tickets. now, of course, another was sold in florida and in tennessee. but the store owner and his
family rushed to the store to a hero's welcome and when i spoke with the regional marketing manager, he said to me he had a feeling they would sell the winning ticket. >> we were ready for a lot of customers and we sold a ton of tickets so i'm really not surprised. >> reporter: california was the top selling state in the nation during this most recent jackpot drawing. people here buying more than 85 million tickets on wednesday alone. now, the winner here has one year to claim their prize and keep in mind that lottery winnings in california are not subject to state tax, so, amy, that is one hefty payday. >> yeah, that's a win/win, kayna. thank you very much. and many around the country will cash in their tickets. seven tickets sold are worth $2 million each and there are 23 tickets that are worth 1 million. well, we turn to other news now and new details about a series of attacks in jakarta, indonesia today. heavily armed men set off bombs and grenades near a shopping mall and triggered ray gun battle with police. at least two killed along with
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welcome back to "gma" and so many of us are looking for ways to get a little more sleep. a recent survey, i was surprised by this, said only 19% of adults don't get enough sleep. i thought it would be more than 19%. >> me too. >> right here. >> and technology may be part of the reason so let's go over to george who has more on this. >> yeah, robin, the problem may be the blue light. i'm here with rich besser because apple is testing a new feature called light shift that changes it from blue to yellow. it can affect sleep. >> in primitive days we were governed by the sun. when the sun went down a hormone in our brain called melatonin went up and that made us sleepy. now we're vouped by artificial light and plea vents that from rising and in particular, one component of light, blue light is really good at suppressing that melatonin rise and our electronic devices put out a ton
of blue light. >> apple has this idea to move from blue to yellow. >> will it make a big difference. >> if you're on your device all the time and that makes up a big component of blue light, maybe it could make a difference but we get it from all the lights around our home, compact, fluorescent bulbs, l.e.d. bulbs put out a ton of light. there are these orange glasses that will filter out all the blue light. >> it's the bono look. i don't think i'd like to watch my shows this way but they do all kinds of things to cut down on that. >> what other kinds of things. >> in addition to orange glass, different apps can you get for your phone whether it's android or apple that will slowly decrease the amount of light that comes out of there. in terms of sleep it's not just about that. you need to look at trying to get a routine in before bed so you're easing into your sleep. you want to look at avoiding stimulant, no caffeine after the middle of the day. make your bedroom dark.
if your clock puts out anything other than a red light put a filter on it or get a different color off the clock and separate yourself from electronics at least two hours before going to bed. >> good luck with that but it's the right idea. >> it's hard to do. >> rich besser, thanks very much. over to amy. i wonder what seeing a lot of green will do for you because a lot of people are waking up millionaires this morning including those three lucky winners who struck the jackpot in last night's powerball. their lives are about to change. we heard some horror stories about winners ending up broke but there are incredible success stories and t.j. holmes is here with that. hey, t.j. >> yeah, this is the cash we've been showing this morning. what $1.5 billion generally would look like in cash. hard to think somebody could burn through all this money but there are some statistics out there that would tell you that 7 70% of jackpot winners lose it all within five years but success story, people find a way to hold on to their cash by finding a way to give it away.
sure, we all dream about holding that billion dollar winning ticket. some of us might do things like this. rent out the most expensive hotel suite in north america. the time fourer penthouse with your own butler and rolls-royce but that could make your money disappear fast. the secrets of success, save and enrich the lives of others. like the loci family from des moines, iowa. >> this couple used a portion of their $202 million jackpot to build a new athletic field at their local high school? we wanted to benefit our community and our church. >> reporter: and knoxville's 59-year-old roy cocram who st. e hit it big winning a $224 million powerball jackpot along
with her co-workers in 2006. >> when i really realized that i won the lottery, i became a little nervous. >> reporter: the single mother of three decided to retire, pay off her debt and put the rest into savings. >> i live on a budget and i'm disciplined. >> reporter: hayes says she treats her families to nice vacations but hasn't forgotten to pay it forward. >> there have been times in my life i did not have enough money to buy grocery, food pantry, i didn't forget about them. >> reporter: and still splurges on the occasional powerball ticket. >> do i still play it? yes, i'm going to take my chance and see will lightning strike twice? >> it's hard to imagine someone going through this much money. we haven't given this number. let me give you a little math. these three winners will end up splitting about 990 million in cash. the lump sum. after taxes for each of them, they're going to take home about $200 million.
hopefully they don't burn through this any time soon. >> someone who didn't do it. this man won a $207 million jackpot and you were watching this remembering. reliving what that was like for you seven years ago. >> yes, it was a wonderful experience. it was like a dream come true in a way. a dream. it's -- how do i say this? they're in for the ride of their life. >> it's a ride all right. how is your life right now? >> it's good. i think we're down to earth. i haven't changed anything that i can think of or know of. >> has money changed you in any way. >> i don't think so. you can ask people and friends and stuff. they'll say no. >> how did you spend the money. >> spend the money? really only thing i've ever bought really that was something -- i never owned a brand-new vehicle so i bought a cadillac escalade. >> what did you do with the rest of the money. >> basically invested it. went to, you know, seen a couple of different financial advisers and found one we like and invest
the money and you can live off the interest. >> you live off the interest. >> you went back to work initially. >> i worked for six years afterwards. >> why did you do that? a lot would say you ain't seeing me anymore. >> you can say what you want. but you won't know until you win it. >> all right. and you had a situation where some co-workers claimed that they should have also been a part of that pool. that had to be an incredibly difficult situation right when you're celebrating now you're dealing with a lawsuit. >> yes, it was kind of odd. it's like, i mean, hey, you know, the thing is there the envelope is there. everybody knows you put your name on it and put your dollar. >> getting the names is important. quick tip for the winners today? >> make sure you put your name on the envelope and put your dollar in. >> and live off the interest. i like that. >> live off the interest. >> loyal, thank you very much. so happy to see you doing so well. >> thank you very much. >> all right, robin. >> good to see, amy. good to see tory johnson here with "deals & steals." going to be a part of our re-boot camp with big bargains
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temple university is looking bright. we'll have 43 is the high. not as harsh as yesterday. milder by ten degrees. tomorrow, 50 degrees, more clouds, rain arrives late at night. we can enjoe friday and friday evening and rainy start saturday. here. i have a question. sort of a discussion. we the "gma" team are mostly sort of hovering around the age of what where people think mid-life crises happen. it's fair to say, right? i use the storm hovering. does anybody feel like they've done anything -- >> yeah. >> does anybody feel like they've done anything mid-life crisis worry? >> crazy purchase? >> the person i wanted to ask is coming in right now. sam, have you done anything that would indicate a mid-life
crisis. >> at 32 i'm not having it. >> that's what i thought. >> next. >> so as it turns out a new study says if even the idea of the mid-life crisis is a myth. i'm happy to report this morning that hold on you guys, i have some stats there. thank you. how about we stick together. okay, so this science group studied two groups, one from 18 to 43. one from ages 23 to 37. they studied them for a very long time and asked them both a very simple question. how happy are you with your life right now? both groups reported that happiness levels rose into their 30s and continued to go up into their 40s. >> i believe that. >> and that, they say, is proof positive that these sort of like rash acts really have nothing to do with a mid-life crisis. of course, life satisfaction is associated with good physical health, so, as george knows an apple a day keeps the surprise lamborghini away.
>> surprise lamborghini. >> okay. >> you didn't have -- >> yeah, i think you can use it as a blanket term. oh, mid-life crisis. >> we had babies at the right time. >> yes, yes, thank you for sharing that. and when you get to the age where you're ready -- >> maybe at 33 i'll notice it. >> you'll tell us about it. also in "pop news" this morning. at one point or another everyone is justified. an investment piece but turns out there to be some truth to that. a study found that celebrity favorite hermes birkin increases in value more than 14%. >> no way. >> every year if kept in good condition. >> if you don't use it. >> and unlike gold and stocks, the famous bag has never lost money in the 35 years it's been in production. i say better investment than stocks. i'm just saying. then -- our final story is something to cluck about.
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will i will i liberman drive. we have a accident on the ramp to 295. traveling 1 miles per hour even though the accident is off to the side. we are off to a chilly start, we're at 28 degrees right now. extra gear important. this afternoon, though, we can tuck some of that stuff in our pockets. 43 degrees is the high. tomorrow, 50 is the high with more clouds and rain arriving late at night. saturday a rainy morning, a dry afternoon, some sun returning and another mild high of 48. cooler down to 40 brisk and chilly on sunday, tam. coming up next on "g.m.a." it is time for the no -- nominees of this year's oscars. we'll see you in 0. patients across the country have spoken.
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♪ let's do this. we undeniable. >> chris rock, the oscar, a slam dunk, live oscar sunday, february 28th on abc. >> it is a heavy-duty promo for oscar sunday. counting down. chris rock, of course, is the host and, boy, you know he's going to bring it. >> uh-huh. keep talking. >> robin is going to eat because we're just centrals away from the announcement of this year's nominees. chris connelly and jess cagle here with us and have our popcorn. let's go live to the samuel goldwyn theater in los angeles. ang lee and guillermo del toro. >> directors guillermo del toro and ang lee. [ applause ] ♪ good morning.
we have a lot to get to this morning so i and ang will announce the nominees of the first 11 of the 24 categories. let's get started. for best original song, the nominees are "earned it" from "fifty shades of grey," "manta ray," "simple song #3" from "youth." "til it happens to you" from "the hunting ground" and "writings on the wall" from "spectre." >> for achievement in cinematography gr cinematography, nominees are "carol," "the hateful eight," "mad max: fury road," "the revenant" and "sicario." >> for best documentary short
subject, the nominees are "body team 12," "chau beyond the lines." "claud lanzmann," a girl in the river" and "last day of freedom." >> for best documentary feature the nominees are "amy," "cartel land," "the look of silence," "what happened, miss simone" and "winter on fire: ukraine's fight for freedom." >> for achievement in costume design, nominees are "carol,"
"cinderella," "the danish girl," "mad max: fury road" and "the revenant." >> for achievement in sound editing, the nominees are "mad max: fury road," "the martian," "the revenant," "sicario" and "star wars: the force awakens." >> for achievement in sound mixing, the nominees are "bridge of spies," "mad max: fury road," "the martian," "the revenant" and "star wars: the force awakens." >> for achievement in makeup and
hairstyling, the nominees are "mad max: fury road," "the 100-year-old man who limed out a window and disappeared" and "the revenant." >> for best live action short film, the nominees are "avenue maria," "day one," "everything will be okay," "shok" and "stutter." >> for best animated short film, the nominees are, "bear story," "prologue," "sanjay's super team," "we can't live without cosmos" and "world of tomorrow."
♪ so far we've heard "the revenant" and "mad max." >> "mad max" just won powerball. >> chris, good to have you too, jess. back to hollywood again. we have the academy president cheryl boone isaacs and actor john krasinski, and they are going to have more. we'll hear best picture, the big awards about to come up. >> ooh. >> academy president cheryl boone isaacs and john krasinski. ♪ [ applause ] >> welcome. what an exciting morning. thank you, guillermo and ang for
kicking it off, john, let's continue. >> let's do it. >> for performance by an actor in a supporting role, the nominees are, christian bale in "the big short." tom hardy in "the revenant." mark ruffalo in "spotlight." mark rylance in "bridge of spies" and sylvester stallone in "creed." >> for performance by an actress in a supporting role, the nominees are jennifer jason leigh, "the hateful eight." rooney mara in "carol." rachel mcadams in "spotlight." alicia vikander in "the danish girl." and kate winslet in "steve jobs." >> for achievement in visual effects, the nominees are "ex machin machina". "mad max: fury road."
"the martian." "the revenant." and "star wars: the force awakens." >> for achievement in film editing the nominees are "the big short", "mad max: fury road," "the revenant," "spotlight" and "star wars: the force awakens." >> for achievement in production design, the nominees are "bridge of spies", "the danish girl," "mad max: fury road," "the martian" and "the revenant." >> for adapted screenplay the nominees are "charlotte randolph and adam mckay for "the big
short," nick hornby for "brooklyn," phyllis nagy for "carol" and emma donahue for "roo "room." and drew god guard for "the martian." for original screenplay, nominees are matt charmin, ethan cohen for "bridge of spies," alec garland for "ex machina," pete docter, josh cooley and ronnie del carmen for "inside out," josh singer and tom mccarthy for "spotlight" and jonathan herman, s. lee savidge and alan wenkus for "straight outta compton." >> very good. >> for original score, the nominees are thomas newman for "bridge of spies," carter burwell for "carol," "the
hateful eight," ennio morricone, johan johannsson for "sicario" and john williams for "star wars: the force awakens." >> in the best foreign language film category, the nominees are from colombia, "embrace of the serpent." from france, "mustang." from hungary, "son of saul," from jordan, "theeb" and from denmark, "a war." >> for achievement in directing, the nominees are adam mckay for "the big short." george miller for "mad max: fury road" matthew dowd, alejandro gonzalez inarriutu for "the revenant," lenny abrahamson for "room" and tom mccarthy for "spotlight." >> for performance by an actress
in a leading role, the nominees are cate blanchett in "carol." brie larson in "room." jennifer lawrence in "joy." charlotte rampling in "45 years." and saoirse ronan in "brooklyn." >> for performance by an actor in a leading role, the nominees are bryan cranston in "trumbo," matt damon in "the martian," leonardo dicaprio in "the revenant," michael fassbender in "steve jobs." and eddie redmayne in "the danish girl." >> and finally we are pleased to announce the films selected as the best picture nominees, they are "the big short," brad pitt, dede gardner and jeremy kleiner, producers, "bridge of spies,"
steven spielberg, mark plat and kristie macosko krieger, producers, "brooklyn," finola dwyer and amanda posey, producers, "mad max: fury road," dove mitchell and george miller, producers. "the martian," simon kinberg, ridley scott, michael schaefer and mark huffam, producers, "the revenant," or nandz mill shonn, steve golin, alejandro inarritu, mary parent and keith redmon, producers. "room," ed giney, producer and "spotlight," michael sugar, steve golin, nicole rocklin and blye pagon faust, producers. >> for the complete list of all the nomination, please visit oscar.com. >> and join us sunday night, february 28th to celebrate these
incredible artists and films at the oscars with our host chris rock. see you then. [ applause ] >> "star wars" and "straight outta compton." >> we are back now with jess and chris, what jumps out to you right away, chris? >> no "star wars" or "straight outta compton." particularly "straight outta compton," i was surprised. "star wars" weirdly because success is sometimes a liability with the oscars, it's become the oscars underdog but a lot of people were hoping, obviously, nobody at abc and disney, "star wars" is nominated but i would like it to be nominated. >> five nominations for "star wars" all around, 12 for "the revenant," that leads the way. tom hardy getting a supporting actor nomination is a bit of a surprise in the place of someone like michael compete on, jacob tremblay for "room," nothing for "carol" or "straight outta compton" or "star wars." >> cate blanchett, best actress. >> cate and rooney mara --
>> it's loaded. >> best actor is going to be a good show to watch. >> a lot for "mad max." >> 80-year-old director in george miller. he gets a best director nomination too. the surprise there is ridley scott not getting nominated. >> exactly. >> for "the martian." >> he got a lot of love. >> did well. >> anything jump out. >> brie larson is a lock. i think leonardo dicaprio is a lock. i think they can prepare to dance at the governors ball right now. >> do you think this is the year for leo. >> this is absolutely his year. the funny think i think ridley scott was the other one basically getting a lifetime achievement award like leo is this year. >> what about sylvester stallone? >> oh. >> love that. >> you know, just for a moment there you wonder if harrison ford was going to get nominated too. same sort of role but, yeah, big night for stallone >> that's the toughest category to predict, best supporting actor because stallone has not gotten the previous indicators like azs.a.g. nomination.
>> did get a golden globe. >> you always look at s.a.g. and stuff. >> mark ruffalo is a real puncher's chance, this could be his year. >> can i ask about -- >> "spotlight" got a lot of nominations. >> and michael keaton so wonderful in that film. are you surprised he didn't get recognized. >> i am a little surprised. i think it was tough. so many were going up in the supporting categories. i think maybe he could have gone for best arc and had a shot but decided to go supporting. >> they all split the vote. >> and jennifer lawrence. >> yeah, she did it again. >> j. law. >> cannot be stopped. >> coming up, more about the nominations. >> brie larson, she's going to be on the phone and be right back. its intelligent drive is msystems...ng. paradigm-shifting. its technology-filled cabin...jaw-dropping. its performance...breathtaking. its self-parking...and self-braking...show-stopping.
mus music the morning of the oscar nominations. spreading the wealth all around to a bunch of different movies this year. you see any possibility that one movie runs the table? >> i think "the revenant" would be your bet. the cinematographer is likely to be a three-time consecutive winner and could be a big night for "the revenant." >> what about director? >> i think -- i think inarritu is your best choice right now but could go in a number of different directions. should be pointed out it's a whitewash in the acting category, 20 nominations. >> that is interesting and one of the nominees on the phone right now, brie larson for "room." congratulation, how are you feeling this morning? >> thank you. i'm shaking right now. i'm really confused. >> ah, what a week you're having, you won the golden globe on sunday and what a performance, i have to say, such a powerful performance. great to have you here last week. so did you wait up all night for the call or get woken up by that
phone? >> oh, i stayed up. i'm in australia right now, so i just got off work in time to basically come home and have a bit of dinner and then watch the nominations come out. >> such an incredible performance you gave and because so much of it happened in that confined space, every gesture you made mattered. >> yeah, exactly. it was a film that took a lot of research and a lot of time. i spent eight months preparing for it so that the movie could look like it was effortless. >> your work goes back to "13 going on 30" i think, brie from way back when. what is this moment like. something you dreamed of your entire life i'm sure being an oscar nominee. >> i mean, it's the highest form of flattery in my field. it's unbelievable and the nominations mean so much because it comes from your peers. it comes from fellow actors. i was homeschooled and i never
really felt like i was part of any group. to be included with people that i respected so much since i was a kid is just absolutely incredible. >> lenny abrahamson, getting nominated. the director of "room." tell us what he was like to work with. >> he's just an inspiration. i could not have done this without him. he is the most compassionate and care of any director i've worked with. i'm so incredibly happy for him. i think he deserves it so much. the film is what it is because of him, because of his skill, because of his humanity, his understanding, his depth, his love and i think this is such a well-deserved nomination. >> hey, brie, who is the first person you call when you hang up with us? >> yeah, exactly. >> probably my mom. >> yay! >> good answer. >> well, congratulations and enjoy the day, enjoy everything. you deserve everything you're going to get coming up.
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i-95. >> reporter: we're looking live at allegan southbound toward center city jammed from cot mannor to girard. this accident is blocking the road in bill cynwood -- bala cynwood at bell morchlt -- belmont avenue. in upper moreland we have an accident on turwood road. an accident causing problems has cleared. allentown road is open. we have people injured on the scene so we have emergency workers looks like they are blocking a lane, tam. let's go outside to david murphy, a day to bundle up. >> reporter: it is cold, but the difference it's not nearly as
harsh. not much wind. high of 43 degrees, that's ten degrees better and new strong biting winds like yesterday. more clouds building in tomorrow, a nice high of 50. there will be rain late at night. saturday, a rainy start a dry finish. we'll get a mild high of 48 degrees on saturday, back to 40 on sunday. coming up today on "action news" at noon. we're waiting to learn about the powerball winners whole split the $1.6 billion jackpot. there were second prize winners in pennsylvania and new jersey, not as much as the big ticket, but hey, not bad either. "live" with kelly and michael is up next on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have a great thursday.
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