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choose chinatown to reinact the paul reveer's ride which was just 241 years ago tonight. >> i know it is boston. this is philadelphia i hope he doesn't get hit. it is monday april 18th, 2016. hi lauren. >> hello there. >> all right. airport selfie, but there is more to this then meets the eye. why this mom posted a photo of her make up free face. she looks good. after being quizzed about wrinkles by a beauty salesman that she ran into a at the airport. >> what a dork. >> not her, the guy. >> from the kitchen to the beauty counter, beauty counters all over the country, how creators of this famous brand built a empire right from their home. you see the shirts. miss jesse's. you saw the picture, taylor, kylie, but they are not only ones getting dressed up for
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the big concert. regular moms are spending thousands toss look good. we will tell what you they are spending carbon. >> would i rather remove my spleen with a butter knife then go to coachela. >> have you ever been. >> i have not. >> i'm just too old. >> doctor oz is here, he can remove your spleen. >> i will take on doctor oz in the surgery challenge. we have latest addition of the operation game here in front of us. let me see if this sucker is on. >> it is on. >> it is on. >> which body part are you going for. >> this is the old school one. >> yeah, more bloated and the opening are much thinner. so maybe this is a fit guy, with long hair the new version here. >> i remember that less arm on the old one, that was hard it was a slit you had to get something out of. >> look the at how big holes are now.
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>> i think i can do this. >> i know what you are doing, mike you were concerned, you know, doctor oz he knows what he is doing. let me get one with the big holes, make it easier for myself, that is what you did. >> yes. >> i think i went to the wrong store. >> do you they still that old one. >> i don't know. >> our viewers know everything about everything. >> look on twitter, facebook. >> just new version of the operation. >> yes good is this our only choice. >> disturbing video out of georgia. a young boy being paddled by his principal right there at the school, in the principal's office, here we go. the incident has ignited debate over corporal punishment again. >> released by boy's mom, he is five, he's crying. georgia as you might know is one of the 19 states that allowed corporal punishment with a parent's conn send. she gave her consent because she thought she would be arrested if her son missed
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school. >> tried to hit another child and they said that i guess he missed but he tried to hit him and then he tried to run around the bus line and they were all trying to stop him and he spit on somebody. >> we were not able to determine any crime. it is not a crime in georgia to have corporal punishment. school has a policy for corporal finish. >> that is sheriff pope. >> now mom says she will take legal a action against school district. >> should paddling by principals and teachers, is it okay. let's start with jen. you are a mom of a couple kid. this still goes on in some parts of the country, jen. >> where we go to school you cannot even hug a kid good no. >> thing about kindergarten, landry is in first grade. she still writes love letters to the principal, you know, i love school so much. thanks for having good food. that age is just, the whole thing disturbs me but for me if you think about the
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precious age of a five, six, seven years old that is when you inspire them to learn and love school. that kiddies going to hate school for the rest of time. i mean if that is what they think happens there, you know, i am concerned about you know she said she gave permission because she feared some kind of criminal penalty. that sound whacky there. >> it is weird. >> that story doesn't add up for me, but i am sure you can opt out if you have to do permission. it seems like voters in a state like georgia should opt the whole nonsense out. at our house i will will never forget brody, hoist a really well behaved kid. i said you know in the olden days parents used to hit their kid. what would you think if i hit you. it is just mountain modern era there is a a lot of people who believe in it. in our house, and i have told this story, i have done everything else besides that, to that child. he is listening now, but it took a while.
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but bottom line is i cannot believe that this happened in a school with a child of that age. >> well, let's start debate on twitter. >> they're already tweeting. tracie from the show says the boy's principal, principal paddled him wasn't that hard and said he won't do it again. kanye says, i can handle that but paddling is the deserving for the one who gave him life. >> parents should hand that will on their own on then life. >> people are saying i don't think teacher was wrong. little boy won't be spitting again. other people say great way to teach your kiddies wrong by hitting him. >> that has been my point all these years. >> so let us know, is it okay for a teacher to smack your kid if he or she is feels it the ace pope eighth. >> one guy says they should call me there would be an issue. you smack my child, i'm coming after the school. >> the consent part. people forget. they see video and principal spanking the part of the child but the mom consented. >> people think it takes a
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village to raise a child. your mommies not there. your kiddies acting up. i can the not be involve with all these meetings and conferences. you don't necessity if every parent or adult in that school will parent the way you do, you know. might smack once. >> i still remember, it was latin class, i was in ninth grade and father gleeson hit me in the back of the head. i still don't know what was doing there. i was sitting in the front row. i said what, what, what was that about. i was too afraid to ask. >> were you getting something from the top shelf. >> accident. >> i think not. >> a mom, is being praised this morning after she posted about her experience with a skin care salesman. this is a couple of beers aspects to this story. she was at an airport. she's at an airport. she took to facebook to share her conversation with this guy this dude was selling beauty products inside of the airport, probably not legally, so, comments about her skin
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not being as youthful as her skin could be. her name is anike robinson. >> she was called, a and asked about her age. employee suggested a product that made her look way younger. she said i look fine right now. when i'm 45 i will look fine. when i'm 50 i will look fine. there is nothing wrong with a with managing. old age is a privilege. i don't appreciate you marketing youth, instead of your products as a always tactics. >> come on over here. she walks up. i have a product that will make your skin look better, more moist, and you will look younger. she took exception to that. >> she said i don't want to look younger i look fine the way i am the problem is they asked her age first. how old are you? let me help you look younger because based on how old you are. >> no matter what she would say he has a cream that would make her look ten years younger if she was 15 they wouldn't have done it. >> we have a preventive cream
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that will start doing now. >> yes. >> is there always something. >> he is trying to sell a product, to make you look more youthful. >> what is wrong with that. >> you should not call her over for one. those kiosks are aggressive. >> a greed. >> they have a hot iron to do your hair. wow. >> so maybe he should slow down first. play the role. >> slow your role. >> slow your role. then maybe asking what are you looking for. maybe she's in the looking for anything. >> true. >> if you encounter my mother she would tell you will these things. other woman would be like i'm fine the way i am it is rude. you could look a lot younger. >> how would you feel if someone said that to you. >> i get that every day. >> boy, lou better in person. >> you cannot decide is that a compliment. >> we should look better here, because we have lighting. >> we have glamorous lighting. >> yes good people say it all the time. >> it has never been said.
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you you look worse on television. >> some people say you just assume the way you look here when you get in person you won't look as good. they are saying, i just assume when i watch you on tv you won't look good in person. >> i want to look good and better here because i get paid to do this. i don't get paid to walk around. >> what about a quick story over weekend. i'm in home goods. diamond is in the car. >> your dog. >> diamond the dog. she turn, looks diamond, me, diamond, me. i know you, you are diamond from fox 29. >> your dog's face. >> so cute. >> i will tell you my grandson sack, 16 months old, all weekend long, jack. >> yes. >> they didn't recognize him from facebook. >> well, yeah, maybe the tv show. he was on friday. thanks for watching. >> you post a lot of pictures on facebook. >> you you know why i did that. >> i don't want to get yelled at. >> call your mother and while
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you are at it call your dad and do it right now or we will sue your face. thinks actually what is happening in shanghai. >> i know, this is tricky. adult children, adults, they have to provide their aging parents with emotional, financial, and spiritual support. you have to visit the your parent more often if you live in the nursing home. if you don't, are parents can sue you and court can order to you go visit if you don't comply with that your credit score will be damage. you won't be able to open up a bank account, get a mortgage, reply for a library car. one thing it does not say is how many visits it requires. what you are alex and i and live away from your parents. >> well, if you lived in shanghai you would get your bets over to see your parents. >> she came and visited you, jill, so she has money in bank. >> i was going to have her thrown in jail and, cut off all fund. >> my daughter is jill. she has a son named jack.
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she just like the name jack. we went over to the please touch museum, which is perfect. now, maybe i thought he was too young. they have toddler sections. look at him. >> wow. >> adorable. >> yes. >> playing to the camera. >> man did he get a lot of attention over there. >> there is jill. love this slide. >> there is dad, brandon. we had such a good time. they just left last night at 6:00. they flew back to denver where there is a foot of snow. >> great weather we have been having. >> jack was in our meeting on friday running the show. >> he ran the whole darn show. >> they have a new exhibit at pollution touch and you can tell what it is right there, curious george, brand new. if you have to take the kid over there, check it out. >> there was a worry about a month ago that please touch would have to close because of financial reasons. they work that out. they have a new person in charge over there here we go. >> we just wanted to say, this
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please touch museum which is one of the best things in philadelphia, isn't going anywhere. >> yes. >> stronger then ever, right. >> yes, absolutely. >> anything new. >> wow, there is a lot on the dock it. a lot of things happening. everything from new programs and new exhibit designs, to keep your eyes opened. >> i was curious about george. >> george. >> curious george. >> curious george, it is very new. >> that is new. >> very new. >> help lynn out there a little bit. she forgot curious george was new. >> what is george. >> that is right. >> so involved in it, you know what i mean she probably just forget. >> it is great. it is not going anywhere. i love that place. such a jewel for philadelphia. >> bob, lets get over to you for breaking news. >> we have sky fox over a scene of the jackknife tractor trailer and it will look familiar to folks. >> that is us. >> it is market street ramp,
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to south on i-95. you know market street ramp that has six signs that say, no tractor trailer allowed. obviously this guy is out of town. it happens once or so a month but is what unfortunate is there is no access from olde city to head south on i-95. that is sue's ramp. so please make sure we get that opened before she is done here for the day. >> that is right. >> leaving olde city, only access to i-95 heading to the airport would be seventh street ramp. keep an eye on this and hopefully, sue get over there and help off that. >> thank goodness you told me the alternate. >> you can get down to walnut. >> seventh street and pick up i-95. >> get on dock and columbus boulevard. >> well, that is another way. >> all sorts of ways around there. >> i don't know. >> if i hadn't gone into television, doctor ozzie was
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going to be a world famous surgeon like yourself. >> of course, everyone does good they wouldn't allow me into medical school that was the main problem. >> why wouldn't they allow you because i'm a dope. >> doctor oz, welcome back to "good day philadelphia"y brought scrubs for you. so darn busy, i didn't put mine on. >> wait. >> you have scrubs. >> take a commercial break. >> why do i not do it now good i want to wear scrubs in philadelphia. >> they are in a black bag in the closet. spacious green room you have. >> yes you want to look official, doctor oz. >> let's explain. this is a new you version of operation i have never seen before. >> creating a different version. >> there was a chubby guy with the smaller holes. >> bread basket, down there. the elbow bone. adams apple. broken hard. >> pencil was hard toes get in the left arm there, writers cramp. it was so hard. >> so we have to use this.
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is this on. let me check. >> it is on. >> get used to that. >> we will do one at a time. >> we do doctor oz first. >> sure. >> you go first, i will put. >> i'm the referee. >> give it a shot. i will go for the heart. >> you always do, alex. >> just like with all of the men in philly, go for our hearts. >> there we go. >> we will have all kind of things. they have headphones. knife and fork. game controller. >> knife and fork did he swallow it. >> yes. let me see here. my goodness. i remember, playing this game. >> is this on. >> now i feel it. the there we go.
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>> all right. >> here we go, fellows. >> where is your mike. >> anyone can put scrubs on. >> okay. >> i'm taking heart out my specialties. >> now watch this, move the heart in 30 position. you need lighting. i need better lighting here. >> the hearties out. >> what do you want me to go for now. >> lets do the headphones. >> where are they. >> watch it. >> scalpel. >> i got it. >> i thought you were such a nice guy good hold on a second. >> go. >> doctor oz, i will pick do the knife and fork.
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>> this isn't fair. >> don't surgeons talk to each other in the operating room. >> if you keep it the light in the or everybody relaxes and you operate better. real serious guys they get in your way. >> you have a screw lose. >> do you look at our private parts. >> so, when the nurse is looking at me. >> yes. >> very professional. >> because you have a screw lose, why don't you do the screw. >> do you have a crew lose. >> doctor oz what is that thing. >> that is a wart you can take that off later on. >> where is the screw. >> right there. >> doctor oz do you want to give it a try. >> of course. >> that is very unfortunate. >> talking trash. >> medical school is
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competitive. >> okay. next one, do the jackhammer. >> where is the jack ham are. >> there it is. >> i don't know what it is. >> i'm not sure what it is. >> i have to get the little tip right there. >> this is ridiculous. >> i love your tactics. >> yes good lets do the bolt. >> the bolt, i don't know a bolt. >> that is a lolly-pop. >> i didn't hear a buzz. >> are you okay. >> there is a lolly-pop in there. >> look at the that. >> good to see you, my man, we will be watching this afternoon. >> do i need to announce the winner. >> i love you, congratulations. i have seen you down here celebrating doing a fan to has
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particular job. i know where my family tunes in. iowas over here witnessing, acting, intern continuing, dwight do a great job. >> thanks for coming in. >> you are part of our family. >> i spent the entire weekend, driving back and forth. you know that room they had where they lock you in. >> the escape room. >> yes. >> it is right up the street here. >> with 12 kids. >> how long did it take. >> we got out, three seconds left. >> we should do that live on the air. >> you would be so good at that you will. >> we will have to try it out. >> yes. >> okay. >> i will keep this. >> that was gift from doctor oz show to you. >> yes. >> i will try to impress women around writ even house square. >> don't believe him. >> i'm a doctor's assistant. >> he is a nurse. >> do you know who is back in town. >> susanafu i loved her place on walnut street. she's back in the business. she's cooking next. fight back and rebuild
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well, mike is at a new you restaurant. it is called susana and her son. >> you know math know her son but susana is famous from philadelphia. >> oh, i miss walking down walnut street, and going in to susanafoo and eating the great food where have you gone susanafoo, you cannot spell food without foo. well, wait in more she's back, she's back and right here with me. >> good to see you.
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>> good to see you, thank you very much. >> brand new rest tur rant not on walnut but on sansom. >> yes. >> between 17th and 18th on sansom, and restaurant is called suga. so gabe your son wants to up a restaurant and you agreed. >> yes. >> it is susana and gabe together. >> yes, correct. >> suga. >> yes. >> reason i came in here, we will get to it but you have to look at this. what is that? let me spin it around. is that a brandsino. >> yes, stuffed with jumbo crab meat. >> done in your way. >> yes. >> how do you describe your food. >> based on how i grew up, chinese food. i make things different. i only use fresh ingredients.
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then i learned french cooking. >> did you miss it a little bit. >> yes, i did. >> i'm thrilled to have you back. i didn't come in for the fish even though i will devour this. what i came in here for, and i always like to try stuff i have never had, cat ears, cat ear pasta. >> why sit called that. >> it is direct translation from my parents where i grew up, i was born and it is from mongolia, where it is very popular and the pasta, because it is the reason they call it, it looks more like a cat ear. >> it is in the shape of a cat's ear. >> yes. >> by the way. who is this woman who keeps staring from frustrates. >> she's from mongolia. >> she's beautiful.
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>> is she all the time. >> she will be here all the time. >> by the way, this restaurant looks beautiful. >> thank you. >> welcome back. >> thank you, thank you very much. >> good to see you. >> seriously, the fish or the meow, you have to try this. >> it looks good, doesn't it. >> it does. >> it always makes me so hungry. >> mike should bring some back. >> come on, mike. >> 9:26. from the kitchen to beauty counters all over the country how creators of miss jesse's built an empire and home and the advice they have for you because you you can make it happen too. that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities r their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes.
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target, wal-mart, cvs, down the street here, you've probably seen products called miss jessie. >> we all love and miss jessie, the product line, literally transformed the hair care industry. what might surprise you the idea for this brands came together around the kitchen table. take a look. >> you have seen them on social media. >> so quarter cup of cold flags seed, two cups of water. >> there would be entrepreneur's making up lotions, positionings, magic for the hair, while many of them probably can't imagine taking their concoctions out of the kitchen and getting them onto store shelves. there are some people who do. and have done it, in a really big way. >> such is the case of mico and pt brands, co-founders of the very successful miss jessie's hair care line. the two sisters were taught how to make the products by
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their paternal product, miss jersey may when they were children. their grandmother's desire to help their parents maintain their naturally curly hair has proved very profitable. first mico used the the mixtures and formulas in the new york city hair salon. and then the products came to market in 2004, and now, it is a multi million dollar business. and yet, with the success, came sadness, in 2014. the year she took her own life. mico shares the details of their john any their book. miss jessie creating successful business naturally. great read for anyone who ever considered taking a idea to the main stream, and turning a dream into a reality. >> look who is here. we have mica here. >> thank you. >> wow. >> it is so nice to meet you. >> awe, thank you. >> of course loving the kills. doesn't her hair look good? >> so that kitchen where you made up these concoctions, in brooklyn, new york?
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>> brooklyn, in a brownstone, my sister we mixed up everything we possibly could so we could become experts at curls, kings and waves, came up with curly pudding. >> i love the way, people think wow magical stuff, but you detail the journey. so she woke you up in the middle of the night look i've got it. >> tiki stayed up later than did i, because i had a little baby upstairs, she stayed up and she cracked the code. she cracked the nutment she showed me what we all know to be curly pudding. and it is a wonderful product. it is out, also our first product. >> school me. what is curly pudding? it sounds delicious. >> curly puts something first product to market. it is a styling product. it has the right amount of hold, right amount of moisture, and many women with curls, kings, waves, wear curly put to go get the just right curl, king or wave they want. >> turn this around so you can actually see it. >> but really great thing, miko started the natural hair care movement, that's the thing everyone is trying to work on. you, how does it feel hey, i helped create this movement?
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>> feels really good. back in early 2,000, i hardly saw, didn't see too many images of women sporting natural curls, kings, waves, in the magazines, here in philly, walking the streets, just everywhere. so it is now preferred. >> what's the book about? >> the book is about how we built our business, from scratch. we had no loans, no investors, just our god given talent and talks about our partnership, and you guys get a chance to see how we built our business. >> you talk about, you know, sometimes people say whether it comes to business, oh, doesn't work with family. but you had a good quote, they say blood is thicker than water but it can be a lot messier? would you -- >> oh, absolutely, i think we should all give a shot. i mean, you know, no one better to start a business in with someone that you really trust. tiki was my older sister, trusted her so much. wouldn't be with miss jessie without tiki brands. >> when you lost her, your sister, devastating, of course. did you think oh, my goodness, maybe this is not going to come to fruition, were you ever at point oh, we won't get
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this done. >> so when my sister tiki died, so important for me to carry on the legacy, so much hard work was put into miss jessie's, i would do total disservice to her by not caring out, all of the hard work that we did. so once, you know, good news, when we built our business together, we both new where everything was, so it hasn't hard for me to run the business in her after sense. >> and strong fate, too. >> and you guys were so close. how do you keep her memory then going? >> tiki, i am tiki. she is with us right now, i feel her spirit in everything i do, we spent so many years together. so, you know, i always speak of her in press tense because she is here. >> true. >> do you ever hear from celebrities using the product? >> good news many celebrities love our products, many of them are wearing now, sporting their curls. >> yes. >> so miss jessie's a stay for many. so that makes us feel good. >> so what's next then? where do you go from here? when it comes to building the business? >> a movie! >> oh, that would be good.
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>> you know, funny you say that. we have wonderful story, very inspirational, but of course we have more, you know, wonderful products to bring to market. boatable? our new product is knowledge, you know, we figured out that our stories can be very helpful, and others, right now, working on our second book, and wonderful to share. >> really love all of the stories of grandmother, hoe meticulous in the kitchen. wonderful. >> yes, she was. >> i'll be taking these! >> now, you better share now. i'll need some of those too. >> available now, right. >> book is available now, i love few to support us, miss jessie. com. support our business. >> simple? yes. >> perfect. thank you so much. nice to meet you. >> so nice. this stuff is gold. >> one what better place than rittenhouse square today? did to will be 08 degrees and clear skies, right? meet a man who has looked at rittenhouse square in about oh, probably 2,000 different
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♪ ♪ ♪ >> i want to be outside all day today, seriously. close to 80. i've been waiting for this moment. so, you know, everyone will be at rittenhouse square, it will be packed, and it is a beautiful place, right? >> you walk there all the time, but you haven't seen it like mike has, right? >> apparently. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> you know one of my favorite places in philadelphia is rittenhouse square. i say it all the time. but i've seen it in a different way for the very first time, through the eyes of john del junior, john,
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welcome. good to see you. you still at temple? >> emeritus. i made it above grounds. >> emeritus. nicely done. i'm still glad you're above grounds. >> me too. >> so, give me the idea. every picture that you're going to see in this segment is of rittenhouse square from about every different angle. what was the identify me? >> the idea is that it is beautiful, and it is different, from above. >> why from above? >> because you get a better perspective. you see more of the enclosure and you can also find the details. >> you know, i don't think i ever new the oval was in the middle of it. >> that's a shock for me, too. when i went up. >> really? >> i didn't know. >> look at the people. they would never be natural like this if you knew they were -- that you were shooting them. >> but i'm looking at interaction with themselves. because rittenhouse square is so wonderful, people are really friendly. >> now look at this picture of
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park, from a distance, every table is filled. >> i was just shooting, of course 18th street, a shot, a shot, and going down. so how many different shots are melted together there? >> probably about ten different shots. >> wow. it is seamless. but i heard something about you, would you go to a parking garage, too? so this is your spot. >> yes, it is. you hit it. >> we're on the fifth floor after parking garage, on walnut st., between 18th and 19th. what a perspective. >> yes. many times, by 6:00, 6:30, you know, when it is really warm, all the picnics, everybody eating dinner out here. >> sure, blanket spread out. >> and it is wonderful. >> kind of peaceful, isn't it? >> it is, but it is warm, you can see people talking to people, and, you know, interacting, stuff, really wonderful. i discovered like in that one that you get a reflection of
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blue cast down on it. and discover like you did, the oval. >> look at this woman blowing bubbles. she didn't know were you there. >> the face, looking through. >> so we're at the law firm, 1717 arch in suite 3630 here, through the ends of august? >> yes. >> congratulations, man. really cool. >> i want to show you something. >> do you? >> so, these are the reflections you were talking about during the day? >> during the day, right. reflections. >> that's what our naked eye would see, if we took the time to look. >> absolutely. >> so i suggest everybody out there, take the time to look. whether in the square, or up here at 1717 arch. >> absolutely. >> i will certainly be looking around today. oh, look at this.
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taylor, kylie, al he is andrea, celebrities taking open coachella, not the only ones getting dressed up for the big concert. there are moms out there spending thousands, just to look good, for the party. >> party
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are. 9:45, hello wilmington. coachella more than just about the music. it is a huge music festival, two weekends long, out in southern california, in the heat of the dessert. >> oh, it is big. but it is also the fashion. >> oh,. >> people will spend all kind of money and time to find the perfect coachella outfit. so, jen, is telling us some moms, really getting involved with this, too? >> yes, talking about annual coachella valley music and arts festival. kind of supposed to be a little bo hoe, happens in india, there are party, younger guys to flirt with and moms are spending thousands of dollars to look good for the festival. check it out. according to the new york post, one, 33 year old differs divorced mom spent 20 grand, $20,000, we will add it up. eight grand on her outfit, thousands on botox, lip injections, personal trainer, all to help her lose 10 pounds. another woman, spent almost
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$10,000 liposuction, she had the skin stretched on her stomach, and thighs. others are plunging on things like fake eyelashes, air brushing, beauty treatments. why? it is basically a celebrity fashion show, and honestly, you never know who you are going to run into. check it outright there. some of the celebrities spotted in the crowd, taylor swift, kylie jenner, paris hilton, sylvester stallone, and the rumored couple, leonardo dicaprio, rihanna, seen there getting little cozy. remember we just talked a little bit, who was it, aaron paul, met his wife there, right? so it can happen. the big draw this year, guns n' roses. axl rose and slash together again. some other big performances, kesha, rihanna, many others. interesting because there are some moms here doing a project for their class, and i said i would get the eyelashes down, the spray tan, and definitely the work out thing.
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but that would be about it. but you never, like i said, guys, you never know who you will run into. >> there are just thousands of people, and you'll all be crammed in together. >> sweating. >> make upstarts running. >> ya. >> but it is supposed to be that kind of look, isn't it, just out here rolling in the dirt, listening to music? >> ya. bohemian. >> exactly. >> i don't know that that's kind of party. i bought a denim jacket at h and m and it said coachella collection, i think because it was torn and at that timer. >> all the sybil gets in trouble. drink too much. >> who got in trouble? >> ever see the show, it runs constantly, ridiculousness. >> oh, and his name is on the title of the show? >> oh, my gosh. it will bother me. >> she has weird name. >> oh, yes. she got drunk. >> yes. >> talking crazy to the people? >> not mercedes. >> oh, my gosh. >> what's the name?
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>> rob -- rob deucek? yes, dicek? >> sheinelle, west coast. >> yes, sheinelle west coast. >> she is not a little girl. >> well, she a woman. >> she is a woman. >> rob deerik. >> who knows? >> clearly we watch. it is on all the time. >> constantly. she just giggles, giggles, gig. >> and you thought i had a weird laugh. she has weird laugh. >> she is adorable though. >> just saying. >> celebrating 20 years of this show called good day philadelphia. let's take trip down memory lane. remember chris murphy did the rocky run, we called him the irish pony. >> morning. oh,. >> that's great. >> skinny street, south philadelphia i. so where are you exactly? >> well, here is the deal. i live right there. right here, like ninth and washington. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> oh, the tires! from the movie. >> oh, my gosh. >> ♪ >> what's your name? >> lauren? lauren, how are you? >> good. >> i need a place to rest. >> (laughing). >> hey, yo. what's going on? god bless you. >> awe. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> yeah, chris! all right! >> ya, he made it all the way up the stairs. that was fun. love in the empire, alex, love in the empire. >> yes, i'm not very happy about this. >> oh, oh? >> seriously. >> just saying. >> so is there real a behind the scenes romance?
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>> yes. >> making it official. >> oh, no. >> sorry, ladies, bad news. lottery numbers.
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i'm backing josh shapiro for attorney general because things have to change. we need criminal justice reform because our prisons are far too overcrowded. we have to deal with drug addiction through treatment, not incarceration. and use our prison for those who are truly violent. and we need to get illegal guns off our streets. i'm joining with president obama and leaders across our area in supporting josh. josh shapiro will be an attorney general committed to fairness and equal justice.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> we're six minutes away from wendy williams. >> i'm so excited it will be such a beautiful day, i took a walk around. so, on friday, i was walking around old city, and i was going by, i saw a beautiful wedding party. you know the old stock exchange building like third and walnut, all of the beautiful parties? so i'm wacking by, whenever i see wedding parties i try to take cell phone pick, so pretty. i guess i wasn't very discreet, because somebody goes wait a minute is that correct alex outside, is that you? i was like ya, it is me. come over here. they asked me to be in their official photo. >> what? >> for their wedding. isn't that cool? so we have picture here, isn't
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that cool? i was wearing black, and then the bridesmaids were in black. >> are you in there? >> right next to the bride, inbetween the bride and the groom. >> oh, i see you. >> yes. where should i go? they put me right there. so thanks so much to lauren and patrick. they asked where's mike, so we did little video, because she watches every morning. >> oh,. >> hey! >> wedding party! >> hey! >> hey! >> since the bride watches every morning, hopefully now they'll have many years of happiness watching good day together. isn't that sweet? pretty cool, though, are you sure i'm probably going to rue thin photo by jumping in. >> one of those on broad street yet. >> i'm wedding crasher, that is great. >> and, i rest my case. when you're really young bride. >> yes? >> you have thousands of bridesmaids. >> yes, that's true. >> you get -- >> everybody needs 300 hours. >> so popular. >> gorgeous.
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>> she had beautiful dress. >> speaking of weddings were you sad about the one that happened over the weekend? >> i was, they made it big secret and all of that, but congrats of course, tray and grace. you may know them as anik a and andre lion on empire. >> they got married? >> they got married. uh-huh. private ceremony in the grand cayman islands, last week, they didn't even cite the people from empire on it, really just like family and friends, only 50 people were there, and on instagram she confirmed it, because she thanked everyone for their support, and signed it mr. and mrs. buyers. you snow there is that. >> let's be happy for them. >> oh, i am. it is great. really sweet. and they're really cute together. some of the videos and pictures they post, i wish them the post. >> i wonder if it changes the dynamics on the show now, her boo? >> true. >> it is different. >> oh, it is different. >> how, mike? >> what? >> how is it different? >> well, you -- then it is home together all night. >> and you're at work all day. >> all day. >> but they are not together
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at work. they don't have a lot of scenes. she's all interested on hakeem. >> that's another part of it. >> she is all on hakeem. >> so gets interesting. i'm sure, it is all acting, mike, it is not real. >> we'll see if things changes wednesday night when we have empire here on fox at 9:00 p.m. >> of course. >> paul revere, the anniversary, 241 years ago tonight. this kind of happened. >> watch this guy. ready? here you go. watch. >> ♪ >> the british are coming. the british are coming. the british are coming. >> all right. he's like if i don't look maybe? ♪ >> he's like what's going flop. >> british are coming. >> the psychiatrists are coming! >> the british are coming. >> only chris murphy would choose chinatown! to re-enact. >> queen dynasty is here.
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♪ live, from new york city, it's "wendy williams show." [ cheers and applause ] >> my girls have always turned out. i'll give it to you straight. ♪ >> announcer: now, here's wendy! >> wendy: thank you for watching our show! [ cheers and applause ]


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