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weather today, another. >> perfect. >> ding, ding, ding, ten out of ten. that is half of the good day 20. we have math. bus stop buddy hopefully doesn't have a test today, he is smiling and wearing a sweat shirt, it is cool, temperatures in the the 40's and 50's. plenty of sunshine and 50 degrees already. a wind out of the south but not much of one, 5 miles an hour, so we're looking at a little bit of a chill, up to the north of us, where it is 43 degrees at lancaster and 44 at pot town and 43 in atlantic city. there is a cold front heading our way but not until tomorrow. so we should be fine. just clouds and sun all day long. high temperature around 77 degrees, not bad, for a monday, bob kelly. >> hey, sue, good morning. we are starting to see, some sun glare all around the board, and a accident, on i-95, it is 95 north bound, in the cottman avenue
construction zone, so we are bumper to bumper here, from approaching bridge street all the way up to cottman, taking out two of the only three lanes that are available. only good thing here is most of the volume comes south, but even lesser side is already jammo, from approaching bridge all the way up to cottman avenue. we will see delays coming southbound, we will have some sun glare, every where, you know the normal spots, but not only here on i-95, but also on the schuylkill expressway eastbound coming around a conshohocken curve. ben franklin not bad coming into downtown, new schedules on norristown high speed line. if you use septa's route 11 they are using shuttle buses between darby and island wood land loop. if you're coming from south jersey delays on 55 and 42 and just watch for those new lane shifts that are there in the work zone, mike and lauren back to you. we had a sunday morning shocker. police are investigating how, and why a man was shot to death, yesterday during a church services.
>> one point witnesses say everyone was singing and moments later they will hear gunshots. steve keeley live from montgomery count which more on how this all started, hi there, steve. >> reporter: here we are the day after and 27 year-old robert braxton was dead. he was at church for sunday services. usher who shot him out of the hospital and done the at least for now talking to investigators. as to why someone ushering, working, volunteering at a church for sunday services would feel the need to carry a gun? let's remind you of last years shooting in south carolina at a church killed nine. many churches rheaes ised their security steps. that happened less than a year ago june 17th. it is still very fresh in many mind especially those in charge of churches like this one hoping to keep their congregations safe. that may explain why an usher here would have a gun and a permit to conceal it and carry it, and volunteering here. was he justified in firing it? was itself defense, no explanation known by district
attorney. >> we understand that there was a disturbance in the church and there was an altercation between these two people and then a shot was fired at least one shot was fired and we have a person that died as a result of that. it appears that braxton was shot with a semiautomatic handgun, the investigation into this is ongoing, we will have to determine whether the shooting was justified under the law. we are still interviewing witnesses. there were a number of people at the service. i believe in the hubs. so we have a lot of interviews to do, that is ongoing, that will take sometime, and that will take sometime to do. >> and it will be interviews, and the autopsy, results, and the forensic result on the gun, confiscated, there won't be any surveillance video to help this investigation simply
because there are no cameras aimed at where this all happened. the autopsy is scheduled for today, and the man, the usher, who had the permit to carry the gun and fired it, not in custody but cooperating. obviously lauren and mike, authorities don't feel he is in any danger to anybody else in public and that tells you right the now that they don't think there was anything initially instantly known to be criminal involved in this. so there may in the be any charges involve at all. we will wait and see how this investigation goes. >> we will find out what happened in that church. a lot of people say they got in the argument. all right, steve. 7:04. >> we're following breaking news right now president barack obama a says he is sending 250 more troops to syria. the president says it is to keep that momentum going in the fight against isis. >> those u.s. forces will not do any direct fighting, but still, it is very dangerous. instead, their goal would be to advise syrian local forces in the hope that they will take more territory away from
isis. the united states already has about what 50 special operations forces, doing the same thing in syria right now. >> all right. the number will increase. philadelphia police commissioner richard ross, he has had it, it is a blame of gang violence for two deadly shootings only a block from each other yesterday. one happened in front of the candidate for the state house of representatives. >> a 21 year-old man was shot and killed in the 1400 block of vernon road mid afternoon yesterday. police say it happened while the victim was talking to democratic candidate chris rob, he and the campaign volunteer, they were not hurt. dead about four hours later. two teenagers were shot, within of them killed on temple road in what is believed to be retaliation for that first shouting. >> as you can tell i'm somewhat exasperated by this fact that i'm even here speaks to what we deal with across the city and cities across this nation with retaliatory violence and the manner in which particularly young people handle their grief and
their retribution. it is reparticular lust. police do not have a motive for either shooting as of yet and so far no arrests have been made. they are still looking for people. the community town hall meeting scheduled for tonight in wilmington in hopes of helping that neighborhood heel following tragic death of the 16 year-old amy francis joyner. >> the whole community is still stunned by what happen. wilmington city councilman darren brown, who was a graduate by the way of howard high school, of technology, is holding the event abe urging the community to talk more about bullying. that could be how this whole thing started. the meeting will be held at 6:00 o'clock tonight at stubs elementary school in, wilmington. the meeting is in response to the death of francis -- amy frances who died have a after a eating after that high school. students say the incident was an allegedly over an argument over a boy. >> so sad. >> all right. fifteen year-old girl is in critical condition after a car hit her in gloucester county,
new jersey this happened where police say they had already taken measures to prevent this from happening. >> it happened on route 42 at glean tree road near the washington township carnival that is going on. police say that the teen was crossing in an area where they had installed, plastic orange fencing, a long the median of the highway, to prevent carnival goers from crossing the road. the victim was crushed to trooper trauma center. >> it makes you think thaw really need to one, hold your kids closely and really pay a tension to what they do. it could be anybody's child. you know, i got the goose bumps yesterday. >> the driver of the car that hit her stayed at the scene. they are cooperating with the police. no charges have been filed just yet. a former senator from pennsylvania is announcing that he will, say i do. one more time. he was married to a woman, this time he is marrying a man >> harris woffard is 90 years
old. according to his opinion in the new york times yesterday he plans to marry someone 50 years younger then him. he wrote he had a wonderful marriage with his wife who happened to die of leukemia but he said he later found his current partner and found happiness for second time in his life. woffard criticized labeling people straight or gay. he doesn't characterize himself based on the people he choose toss love. >> there you go. >> 7:08. authorities say murders of the eight family members in ohio could have been a result of the turf war over drugs. >> incredibly gruesome scene friday morning. eight members of the family were killed, execution style. in four different homes, this is in pike county, and the southern part of the ohio. authorities say that the killings appear to be targeted, preplanned, and sophisticated. and that more than one gunman is likely involved. they also say marijuana grow operations were found at three of these locations. the frantic 911 calls described the horrific scene that this young woman found.
>> what is going on. it was president a beating but gunshots to the head. surviving family members are being kept at a secure location due to concerns for their safety. there is now a $25,000 reward for information leading to the killer or killers, and again, one of the women a mom, was shot in her sleep, in the back of her head while she cuddled her four day old baby. >> all over drugs supposedly. >> um-hmm. >> so sad. push to win over pennsylvania, and delaware voters will continue today ahead of tomorrow's primary. several candidates have campaign stops scheduled in our area. do you want to go through some of them. >> for the democrats, hillary clinton will be at west moreland community college and
courtyard philadelphia city hall later this evening. after starting her day in wilmington, delaware. bernie sanders will be at drexel university. >> republican front runner donald trump is scheduled to speak at west chester university this afternoon. and there is a protest planned by the way, ahead of that event. and republican john kasich will appear at the penrose diner, in fact, he is ready to pull up there in just a few minutes and our chris murphy is waiting to see him, chris. >> reporter: that is exactly right. you mentioned protests, i have a personal protest here. when we got here to penrest diner about an hour ago, sandy, the manager, has a competition on these big tv's. sandy, what are you thinking? you don't want "good day philadelphia". >> yes, i do, i watch all of the channels. >> your last name is mckay. >> yes. >> your husband the sportscaster. >> no he is not the. >> jim mckay. you have had heavy hitters here before. why do they come to the penrose diner. >> because we're the best in
the city. >> have you ever met john kasich. >> no, but i met mr. clinton, the president. so kasich will be here at ten. how did you find out about his arrival. >> they called you. >> they said we want to come have breakfast. >> very good. >> i tried it, it is fantastic. let's talk about john kasich who will arrive in less than three hours for this event here at 10:00 o'clock in south philadelphia. some interesting developments with kasich, in the republican race, ted cruz and john kasich announcing that they are joining forces in an effort to stop donald trump from winning the republican nomination. both campaigns releasing statements last tonight saying they are launching collaborative strategy to deprive donald trump the delegates needed to win the republican nomination, 1237 needed. cruz will focus his campaign resources on winning enough delegates in indiana, while kasich will focus his effort on western states, of course that includes oregon and new mexico, who has yet to go to the polls. both candidates spoke about
wanting a contested convention at a town hall here in philadelphia last night. the listen to this. >> what is good for the g.o.p. is to nominate a candidate can win and who actually has a real substantive agenda. >> we're going to an opened convention. i have been saying it for two months. people were saying he doesn't know what he is talking about. well, it turns out i'm right. >> reporter: so cruz is already turning his focus to indiana which goes to the polls next week. he took part in last night's town hall via satellite from a campaign stop, in indiana, and let me real quickly talk to some folks here. excuse me, ma'am, is what your name. >> rose. >> you are live on fox 29, how are you. >> fine, and you. >> my name is chris murphy. mike jerrick are the anchors. would you hang out for three hours to see john kasich. >> no, i can't. >> i can't. >> you know what we need to do
we need to get clicker and get it on fox 29. who has clicker. while i'm switching over we will be watching you guys. >> thanks, chris murphy. >> i know it. >> i used to work with john kasich in new york and why don't you come by good day philadelphia he goes, he likes to schedule his events later in the morning if you you know what i mean. sleep in a little bit. >> he might be walking through the door. >> it will not be john kasich. >> it will be somebody big from saturday nate live. a 20 year-old man is facing charges have after police say he tweeted, listen to this, a bomb threat from a trump rally. this one is on saturday. donald trump as we mentioned will be in our area today. >> connecticut state police say this man, posted on twitter is someone going to bomb the trump rally or am i going to have to he followed up it with another warning a friend to have his family leave the rally so they wouldn't get hurt. >> my goodness. >> trump was campaigning in
connecticut on saturday. police say he didn't pose a threat and was taken in custody and released on $25,000.01. >> they actually release that had guy. >> yeah. >> 7:14. that town hall took place -- well, that town hall took place, last night. >> yes. >> just ended a few hours ago, over on independent mall. the it was at the national constitution center at the end of the mall. the candidates got a taste of what it is like dealing with philadelphia crowds. now, they were asked, people were invited. >> right. >> it filled up, in question bit. every now and then moderators bill homer and martha mccallum would say would you like to ask a question. well, a hillary supporter got up, there are mostly republicans in the room. this is how it went down for this yuck lady. >> i'm a hillary supporter and wanted to ask you, senator cruz... >> boo, boo. >> that is mature, thank you, yes. as a hillary supporter, i wanted to know...
>> as a hillary supporter i wanted to know... thank you. i wanted to know what your campaign against her would look like if you are elect as your parties candidate. >> you can tell she had had it on her card, i'm a hillary supporter so she kept going back to that opening line to ask her question. >> she didn't give up, i like it. >> that is mature. >> yes. >> welcome to philadelphia. >> yes. >> ted cruz began his answer by saying he appreciated would the man for facing a tough crowd in philadelphia and said wow turn a campaign verse hillary clinton based on substance and issues. >> okay. >> yeah. >> then they booed her and she walk off. >> sue serio, you got the a ten today for all of the candidates in our area. >> i wish i could extend this into primary day tomorrow but not so much. there is a chance of a shower press i much anytime of the day but an increased chance as
the day goes along, the earlier you vote the better. the better it would be the case for tomorrow. it is going to be nice and warm. 80 degrees. the it is not going to rain every minute. this front wilsonk southward tomorrow and give us some of that rain, in the early part of the day, yes, there is a chance of some rain in the advance of the front as we will see here but it looks like, we will see the the actual front itself will come through later in date. it could touch off, thunderstorms five or 6:00 o'clock. that is a deal for tomorrow. not the a lot of rain associated with the front. we will expect the rain to come back by thursday. so it looks like maybe, half inch of rain at the most, but that is tomorrow. today, it is looking good out there. it is cool, 45 degrees in reading. forty-four in pottstown. forty-seven in dover. fifty here in the city. calm wind, and nice day, and just like yesterday, 70 degrees, we will call it, suburb sunday, today even milder. seventy-seven just perfect with the ten out of ten. tomorrow we are up to 80 but we will get showers and
thunderstorms. we will go back down to a six and backup to a nine on wednesday with a high of 67 degrees. the sunshine will return. then we will get the rain back gannon thursday and maybe into friday morning. and should be dry, for the weekend, and don't forget, friday night, if you signed up, that is our good day 20th anniversary at sugar house. >> we will get to stay up late friday night, probably past 8:30. it will be crazy. good morning, everybody. 7:17 on a monday morning. we have an accident for you, in the the neighborhood, mid veil and ridge, it involved a septa k busy believe we have sky fox over the scene. i have just talk to septa we will take you their life in just a second. septa says in reports of any serious injuries. this is right by that a plus mini market just off of the kelly drive. so there is a look likes they pulled everything away. maybe this is one of the vehicles involved here. in the neighborhood roxborough we are looking live from sky fox.
stick your hand outside the window and give it a wave. ninety-five northbound we are jammo from pretty much approaching allegheny avenue all the way up to cot the man avenue and a accident in the construction zone, ago out two of the three lanes. the only good thing that is most of the morning rush hour actually comes the opposite way, but when you are going north in the morning and a accident is still a mess. so northbound accident at cottman, southbound, you have your normal delays and sun glare, and then a crash westbound on the schuylkill this morning, right at the south street on ramp, that ramp that comes on the left at bottom of ramp is all bunch up, so anybody heading there, there is a a delay a head of you and as you roll up through west chester, no problems at the moment, we've got the some sun glare coming up out of i-95 in delaware county, heading up toward commodore barry bridge. mike and lauren over to you. and back on board, got tickets to yesterday's game, they tried to make it
interesting but in the even, the flyers just didn't have it. they took on a very talented capitals team. so there will not be a game seven. their offense fell flat once again yesterday but michael neuvirth just played great, again. flyers would lose one to nothing on a goal that almost no one would have been able to stop. >> for second game in the row flyers were not able to generate any sustain offense and they necessity you cannot win if you do not score. >> that is it. >> they played well, defensively, pretty tight, you know, holtby played really well. we just could not get to the net. there was not a lot of room and space out there. >> at the end of the game, the crowd gave them a standing ovation because they over achieved, this year. >> they deserved i had. >> yes. >> then as i'm walking out, and flyers fans are going down the elevator.
>> yes. >> eagles chants started to break out. >> e-a-g-l-e-s. >> so just in a matter of days, mike, we will know which of these men will hold the key to the future of the eagles. will they draft jared goff or carson wentz with the second round pick. >> thursday is start of the draft. i'm going to the draft party. hepp to see you there. new york post has ranked each team in the league on their draft performance. how well they have done over the last five years. so here were the eagles fall out of the 32 team we're number 20. >> that is not good. >> writ in the middle, mid land. >> but we have a new coach. things will change, really. >> post took into consideration how many pro bowlers they select, how many games each pick played for a team and team success for picks like jason kelce, fletcher cox. >> those are high points but names like danny watkins, marcus smith hold eagles back. both were first round selection that is did in the
pan out, so far. the eagles have only drafted three pro bowlers in the last five years but again, chip is gone. hopefully, they can change that luck this week starting thursday. in the draft ranking in the post carolina a panthers took the top spot, of course. >> of course, they did. >> cam newton. >> interesting. >> 7:21. >> did you have lemonade this weekend. >> i sure did. >> beyonce's lemonade. >> sure, nothing that i could swallow. >> she's back, and she's rocking the the music world with the release of her new album, what she's doing now, to boost sales. >> she's taking lemons, and made lemonade. >> oh, yes, she did. >> could apple be switching gears? why the company may want to focus on selling more watches then phones. >> if you have a phone, check your lottery numbers. you might be a winner.
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i'm not wearing. >> we are trying to find beyonce video called lemonade. it goes for over an hour. >> right. >> lauren simoneti, how do we get it. do we have to have tidal. >> well, not anymore. on saturday you could only get lemonade sixth solo album from beyonce if you paid $10 a month and subscribe to the streaming service tiedled as which she is a part owner as well as jay-z and other prominent artists. that was the deal saturday. lemonade is a great album, it is dark, it is all about her journey through life, and possible cheating by jay-z. it is pretty dirty and pretty personal. >> what? >> as of about an hour ago it is available on itunes. it is so much more accessible. the question is, why did she keep it the exclusively on tidal for longer. why did it go to apple's ubiquitous itunes so fast because she wants this thing to go number one.
>> that is the trailer, mike. >> what are we seeing. >> that is the trailer, they kept teasing it was coming to hbo. >> that is right. >> yes. >> it is her braid, hair, corn rows, you cannot see her face. >> lauren, have you seen it. >> no, but there is a special that this was timed with, hbo special about it as well. >> okay. >> leading up to it, like lemons and lemonade was going to drop. >> lauren, our floor director here, bob, he says, hi bob, he says that he watched it, and describe it to us. the let maine get closer to you. >> okay. >> did you watch it. >> i did. >> how much of it the did you watch about 45 minutes. >> wow. >> you could not take your eyes off of it. >> forty-five minutes. >> that is right. >> bob, what were your impressions. >> my daughter was shocked that mize wife and i were watching the show. >> but you enjoyed it. >> probably watch it again. >> did you hear that, lauren, it was all right.
>> yeah. >> well, it end with everything being perfect and beyonce's family and love story are all intact just so you know. i haven't seen it but read bit. >> can you see it on your apple watch or is that too small. >> i don't have one of those, i'm pretty old school but 12 million people have apple watches. what is going on with that. this has been highly criticized device. apple reports their earnings. they might not tell us how many watches they have sold but it has been out for one year and analyst say about 12 million. that is remarkable for two reasons. one it doesn't seem to be very popular. two, a decade ago when the first ieven if launched and granted, apple wasn't apple back then but they only sold 6 million iphones in their day but year. >> i think i want within because you don't to have worry about losing it, it is on your body. you won't lay it down, you won't stick it in your pocket but it looks so difficult to maneuver. >> no, it is easy. >> i don't have one but i have friend that do. it is pretty easy.
$500. the average price. >> thanks, lauren. >> you can watch beyonce on your apple watch. >> now he will get one. sign him up. >> would i like to see it. i like bob's description i'm he rug right out now. >> hi jen, lets get ready. >> let's get ready. we have three word, over the top, that is the theme, with these prom hair dues, we are this delaware county talking about it and you will be so, i think, impressed when you see what they are doing. this is not your momma's strong hair due. modres: the cost of living the pay stays the
same. i have to work extra hours just to make ends meet. it's a big struggle. one person that really gets this is katie mcginty. she came from a working-class family. she was ninth of 10 kids. she gets it. she'll fight for equal pay for equal work. katie mcginty will protect social security and medicare. that's why president obama and vice president biden support her, too. she'll make a heck of a senator.
this new beyonce lemonade, 5-inch heels, maybe on another woman. maybe she's just so mad at jay-z. >> for cheating. >> what was other thing we learn. there is a lot of f bombs and she looks pretty darn good in it. >> it is confusing at some point. >> i believe we might be able to play some of it. >> all right,. >> owe h, okay. >> plus, prom song. >> ♪ >> that is teen wolf, do you remember that movie. >> we're talking prom songs what was your prom song, use the the #good day 20. i had to like google prom songs, 1999, that was year i went to the prom.
>> was it prince? >> there was a hundred of them. i went to the list. the that was one i like. >> you had to play 1999. >> oh, yeah. >> yeah. >> doh. >> so once i reveal what year my prom was. >> yes. >> people will want to do the math, it was way before 1999. yeah. i think it was rudy valley, my prom song, that was in the 40's and 50's as we walk out the door. bus stop buddy has a sweat shirt on. that should do you this morning but he will not need it later on. 50 degrees in philadelphia right now. just a light breeze at 5 miles an hour. there are your 40's in mount pocono, reading, 42 in millville, 49 degrees, almost 50 in wilmington. so we're anticipating this cold front you see up to the north, with that rain, and come tomorrow, not the today, so today, we will get up to 77 n then yesterday, sunset is not
until ten of 8:00 tonight, it looks like a good within but there is rain on the way. we will time it out for tomorrow, coming up, hi there bob kelly. >> good morning everybody. 7:33. back at it on a monday morning we are looking live from sky fox over the scene of this accident on i-95, it is i-95 northbound, in the construction zone, and at cottman avenue, what makes it tough there is only three lanes here to begin with. when you take that far right one out we are jammed for miles. it looks like they have one and a half taken out but north bound i-95 as we look live, go ahead, sky fox, north bound we are jammed from allegheny all the way north up to cottman avenue. it is right before the cottman avenue on ramp. so we're heading north jumping on at cottman avenue we will be okay to head up to academy but that delay begins back toward the betsy and once you commit your bumper to bumper all the waste up, to 6 miles an hour. even southbound there is delays with sun glare and a disable here westbound on the
vine expressway, right at broad street taking out the left lane. we need windex out, clean the camera lens later on. an accident west on the schuylkill at south street on ramp, otherwise, mass transit looking good. mike and lauren, back to you. happening right now investigators are trying to put together how a peaceful church service yesterday just turned deadly. >> yes, parishioners were ducking for cover after singing hymns just before, steve is on it, steve. >> reporter: it will take a while for the district attorney to figure out whether this was justified or not. look at where we are in the middle of the industrial park about 45 minutes drive from center city without traffic at 3:00 in the morning. the shooting at that charleston south carolina church where nine people were killed, less than ten months ago june 17th is still in the mind of many. so many churches around the country now have that on their mind and in many cases in their security and that may explain why an usher here with a permit to carry a concealed weapon had a gun at sunday
services. questions authorities are trying to answer was the shooting justified. was 27 year-old robert braxton i man killed a threat to usher's life or others and was he shot and killed in self-defense. >> that is what we have to work through at this point. we have to take a look at the statements from people. we have to who at the forensic evidence and then make determinations at this point. there is no one in custody at this point. the individual involved in the shooting is cooperating with the police at this point. what we know at this point is that both of our members are members of this church. we don't know what the relationship is, between the two of them. the it the is early on in the investigation. there were a number of people at the services. i believe in the hundreds. so, we have got a lot of interviews to do, that is ongoing, that will take sometime to do. >> reporter: so that explains why the shooter is not in
custody a and not facing any charges and may not face any. they will talk all of those witnesses, they will get ballistics test done on the gun and take the autopsy results that they will get to take when the autopsy is finished to find out how many times he was shot. district attorney told us shot once in the the chest but church goers heard three shots and the extra shots may explain a possible struggle, over the gun, which may help, explain why this man felt the news he had to shoot because he may be only man armed. but if this guy was going for his gun that may explain things too. but still a long way before we get to the final answer in all of this. >> stay on it, steve, thank you. so sad about this. born and raised in north philadelphia, r and b singer billy paul has died. how he is being remembered in his hometown. >> ♪
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yes, north philly's own, billy paul. he died. billy died at his home after a very serious medical condition. billy won a grammy for that 70's song, a huge hit for him. eighty-one years old. lets get to beyonce, modern music was released over the weekend. >> she has done it again. >> um-hmm. >> she surprised her fans on saturday night releasing her sixth studio album called lemonade. >> ♪ >> in an hbo special some people were sitting in front of the tv watching, thinking they were be surprised. and then they just kept watching, watching, so after
this, showing, the album was released exclusively on tidal which is her husband's streaming site. people were upset because they are like i don't have a subscription to tidal, i want this on itunes. now we have learn that the songs are every where. she said i get you, and boom. >> she listened to the beehive. >> so, throughout this. >> yes. >> she talks about cheating. leading some to believe that jay-z may have cheated on her with somebody that we actually know. >> so this one song has everybody on social media talking. it is called sorry. the lyrics that everyone is talking about, sorry, i see them bobbers in the corner, they sneaking out the back door, he only want me when i'm not there, he better call becky with the good hair. >> so now social media is wondering who is becky. well, there is an instagram post from rachel will roy that has people wondering, the post
reads good hair don't care but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. >> well, rachel wrote on instagram after lemonade air, live in the light #no drama queens. the post was later quickly deleted by the way. is what the deal, the rumor was that jay-z had a little thing with rachel roy. >> that is the rumor. when he mentioned becky's with the good hair that has to be about her. >> she had good hair. >> apparently. >> okay. >> all right. >> then she goes on twitter, right. i respect love, marriages, families and strength, and then she tweeted which shouldn't be tolerated by anyone no matter what is bullying of any kind. so they speculated about her relationship with jay-z. back in 2014 beyonce sister's slang with that elevator attack, they were saying that confrontation was all because
of something that happened with rachel, at the met gala after party. >> and rachel is a a designer, fashion designer, right. >> yes. >> we will have have to look and see if she does have good hair. >> all right. >> here's the whole thing. >> speaking of good hair, thing. >> beyonce has had a great life. there has been curve balls, lemonness other word, so she's using classic line, make lemonade out of the lemons in your life. >> that is right. >> everyone has been loving it. we're still looking up rachel. yes, it was good hair. >> she has got good hair she has good everything. >> good hair. >> we're all about hair this morning. jen is trying to get you red which your prom hair. >> okay, i am getting you red which your prom hair and talking wedding hair. it is very exciting here. come than back. we will be very excited.
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7:46. breaking news out of south jersey. sky fox over the scene of an accident at 295 southbound in the willingboro interchange, right between willingboro and mount holly interchange, again, all coming southbound as we look live, would be of the vehicles, obviously off in the guardrail into the grassy
median there. the sunnies right at that dashboard level right around this hour. we have fire fighters taking care of the accident from both sides here. i-95, again the accident itself, is from the southbound side of the guardrail. this guy tore up his tires right there between willingboro and route 73 in mount laurel new jersey. rest of the south jersey delays on 73 for shaders. is there the accident from the chopper. here's the disable from the vine expressway, westbound right at broad street and that is causing a jammo, coming into philadelphia, coming off of i-95 we're bumper to bumper coming into center city, pretty much, two, , 46 lanes of the vine street expressway all going down in one and that is come minute necessity effect coming in on the ben franklin bridge. that one disable in the left lane, impacting a whole slew of folks trying to get into
downtown philadelphia a at the moment. that problem on i-95 is an accident northbound i-95, right before the cottman avenue interchange, in the construction zones. so if you are getting on from the north east you can go north, however, leaving say allegheny or bridge street, northbound we're bumper to bumper all the way up to cottman avenue. sun glare, today, maybe some rain tomorrow, sue has got that answer in 15 seconds well, we are looking at, a lot more pollen in the air. it is tough to get used to even though it has been days and days and days of this high pollen counts but after some rain tomorrow it looks like by thursday maybe we will get a medium level because we are expecting more rain then so
combined that with the rain on thursday and maybe we will get rid of the pollen in the air. in the meantime just have those tissues nearby this to our north is a cold front coming through tomorrow. after today and tomorrow we won't have those warm temperatures, that we are expecting, we will expect to be close to 80 and maybe hit 80 tomorrow. so in the morning it won't be that much of an issue, we will have showers around but we will see some sunshine. if you go out to vote tomorrow, morning may be your best time because it is through the afternoon that the cold front comes through and could touch off thunderstorms. then stalled to the south and comes back with more rain on thursday. that is why we expect better pollen count by then. half inch of rain tomorrow when all is said and done. we have a temperature of 50 in the city. we have reach 52 in wildwood. everybody else in the the 40's this morning. sweater weather for sure but not too much wind. it will be warm to today, 77, 80 tomorrow, and then, cooler
temperatures for the rest of the week into the weekend but this is seasonal, for april, although the last day of april, lauren and mike is saturday. may 1st is sunday. can you believe it. >> man. >> people are weighing in on twitter, sue serio about their prom songs. >> oh, yeah. >> with man just wrote in they always played two years she went junior and senior problem the electric slide. >> ♪ >> come on, let's do it. >> no, they will thank me. >> come on, sue. >> what do you have to do. >> and then back. >> we're at the prom but we didn't get our hair done just
yet. >> no patent leather shoes. >> so we are here in newtown square, good morning to you. >> good morning. we love this place. it is the heart of the delaware county. okay, cool. so you are saying it is not your mom's prom anymore in terms of the hair. >> not at all. >> they are inspired by. >> hollywood, red carpet, selena gomez. >> so what do we have here. >> so right here we have, this is more of an unfinish up style but it is a low due. we incorporated twists and braid, noting back here, we pull everything back using volume on top but texture. >> they want it messy. >> messy how do moms feel when they see their lovely daughters, look at her face how do you see their face. >> it is not quite what they would go for but as long as daughters are happy, they are happy. >> here you are mixing spots.
>> absolutely. >> now this one was inspired by selena gomez the red carpet. it is a pony tail but not a pony tail. >> this is a very high, tight, sleek look the in the front which is different from the first model but we did a really teased heavy big braid and pulled everything about to make it volume, fun. >> when you look at a it closely, there is no rub are band. it is not a real pony tail. >> no, we put this all in. >> that mow hawk look do you do it like that. >> absolutely. >> pulling it out, yah. >> we don't want it super sleek. >> what is number within thing they are asking for, blend blend, tease. >> number one thing they all want that finish wave but then all brushed out and then usually pinned up. >> it sound like a lot. here's my question. you are one of the models. you think you can do someone else's hair. at lot of people, everything is a budget. are you ready, do you think you can do this.
>> why not the. >> lets she you who this is, this is going to be our before. okay. where is she? she goes to car, right. we have our carroll will dot other girl just to show what you can do at home and we will be able to show you in the 8:00 o'clock hour. ready to are this. >> ready for this. >> yes. >> they are ready. >> okay, guys, back to you. >> she has a lot of hair to deal with, that is for sure. >> keep the prom songs coming, this will be fun. use the #good day 20. >> don't invite a dance party and then leave. >> i'm so ore latest trend for teens, what is behind the trust fall talent. >> you got to have trust. blank. it is convenient for lauren -- laundry but very dangerous for children. they are still eating these thing. new warning about these popular laundry pods, the kids think it is candy. narrator: listen to president obama endorse
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all right. the teenagers are at it again at 7:57. pretty silly things to get attention on social media. they have a new one now. >> you have heard those challenges that take internet by storm. first lets talk the about nana peel challenge. >> boom. >> they learn banana peels are slippery and you can fall. >> then there is miss guided paper challenge. if your waist line fits in the parameters of the sheet of paper you are considered thin. >> failed, i just tried it. >> kylie jenner challenge where girls use hard suction and a glass and then they suck in there and their slips get swollen and plump. >> all righty good then the duck face challenge where they wrap themselves up and tried to escape. well, remember cinnamon challenge where you suck in
cinnamon and sneeze. >> is there another one now, but this is, this goes back, this is an old school challenge and it is call the trust fall. lets look back. >> ♪ >> kid just let them go, teenagers have been falling on hard objects like the floor at school and hurting themselves. >> it looks dangerous. >> now years ago, 25 or 30 years ago, business was go have em natures and that would be one of the exercises where they with fall back. you have to trust me.
>> you have to trust me. >> if we have a business together. >> but kid thinking it is funty let them will go and then they hit their heads. >> when people used to pull your chair out from under you you when you go to sit down. >> boom. >> that has happened. >> yes. one room schoolhouse, lauren. good day, it its monday, april 25th, 2016. all eyes are on us, we are one day away from the pennsylvania, and delaware primary. where all of the candidates will be campaigning today, plus the one who will not be in town. touching tributes, including from the boss. and adam le vine. >> ♪ >> shower celebrities are keeping prince's memory a live.
from saturday night live to good day philadelphia, who could it be, why you won't want to miss our surprise guest this morning. and, prom night, it is one of the most memorable nights of your life, especially your teenage life, how you can get glam, without the help of a hairdresser. >> speaking of prom night, tell us your favorite prom song, use the #good day 20. you know, you cannot dabs, or you will ab rested. a all this talk about promised, what is #. >> good day 20, people are sending them. >> good day fox 29, prom song, all kind of things. >> no room for the picture. >> good day 20. >> good day 20. >> all this talk of the prom took me back to my prom. this is video tape that was shot on film. >> really good of my prom.
>> ♪ >> that is my date. >> as a matter of fact. >> there i am. >> different hair there. >> do you remember when we did that a year ago. >> we did that. >> we recreated that. >> yes. >> austin is still traumatized, by what we did that day. >> i forgotten we had done that. we will to have replay it. >> sue, another ten today. >> yes, i hope you liked yesterday and that you got out and had a chance to ebb joy it with your allergy medicines, of course, it is a zero today. there is buddy with his shades, and is there a warmish jacket on. you will need one this
morning. in the 40's and 50's. and, wind are at 3 miles an hour, and and, 55 in wildwood, and sunnies doing its job. the rain arriving not to day but tomorrow. you you see it up to the north. we have plenty of sun milk with clouds throughout the afternoon, high of 77 degrees. the so lucky seven's today bob kelly. >> looking good there, sue. 8:02. good morning everybody. on a machine getting up and out. we're already over 295 here, this is sky fox looking live at an accident on the southbound side of 295, between willingboro, and mount laurel, new jersey. everything off to the shoulder here, two cars off to the grass but how was that sun glare going to play a trick with north and southbound lanes of 295 slower then normal. lets go outside to a live look at the schuylkill expressway. eastbound wicked sun glare from conshohocken on n boulevard out to belmont
avenue. we had an earlier disable vehicle on the vine expressway. that is gone but you that within lane block on the vine has set the tone here, extra heavy coming into center city, off of i-95. even ben franklin backed upcoming into downtown at eighth and vine. northbound lanes of i9 five heading into northeast philadelphia in the cottman avenue construction zone, there is an accident right before the cottman avenue on ramp otherwise mass transit, off to a good start. mike and lauren, back over to you. this morning, investigators are trying to piece together how a piece full church services yesterday morning turned deadly. police say during sunday services at keystone fellowship church in montgomery county, 27 year-old robert braxton was shot the to death by a fellow church member. one of the ushers. the two men got into some kind of a fight witnesses say and braxton was hit in the chest with a bullet. at least one. officials say that the shooter had a concealed to carry permit for the gun, as of
right now he is not in police custody, after he was released from the hospital for his injuries. he has not been charged. philadelphia police commissioner richard ross blaming gang violence for two deadly shootings a block apart yesterday. one happening in front of the candidate for the state house of representatives. a 21 year-old man was shot and killed in the 1400 block of vernon road mid a afternoon. it happened while the victim was talking to democratic candidate chris rob. he and campaign volunteers he was with were not hurt. two teenagers were shot on temple roads. one of them was killed. police believe it was retaliation for the first shooting. police do not have a motive for either shooting just yet, so far no arrests have been made there. and a community town hall meeting is scheduled for this evening in wilmington. it is in hopes of helping the neighborhood heel following the tragic death of a 16 year-old girl. amy frances joyner. wilmington city council members, darren brown, who is a graduate of the same school,
howard lie school of technology, is holding the event and urging the community to talk about bullying. they think that is how this fight started. the meeting will be held, at 6:00 o'clock tonight a at stubs elementary school. amy died last week in a bathroom beating at the same high school. students say that the incident was allegedly, bullying, and fighting over eye boy. both of the presidential candidates will be campaigning in the area g.o.p. hopeful governor john kasich will appear at penrose diner in south philadelphia. >> that is in two hours. >> republican front runner donald trump is scheduled to speak at west chester university. >> we will have a camera there. >> hillary clinton will be in west more land community college and she will come here to philadelphia city hall. >> city hall is close by kiehl have a camera there. >> absolutely. >> democratic senator bernie sanders will be at drexel, and the only candidate a absent
today, republican senator ted cruz who is in indiana. >> he is an independent running for the democratic, nomination. the the music world, mourning the death of a local singer. >> yes. >> ♪ me and mr. jones, we have got a thing going on ♪ >> look at that cigarette. >> yes. >> that takes you back to the 60's and 70's, this song was released in the 70's, billy, a great guy. he died yesterday, he died, after a serious medical condition, he was struggling with for a couple years. he was born in north philadelphia. and me and mrs. jones. >> he was 81 years old. >> yes, i'm sure kenney gamble and leon hough are upset, tweeting out bit and our friend on the the radio she tweeted out bit this morning.
that is too bad. i loved that song. >> me too. well, prince, family and close friend have said their good bye to prince over the weekend. >> a public list says his remains were cremated saturday but did not say where services were hell. only family, close friends and musician where is there. to celebrate his life a small private service that included sheila e, larry graham, he died last week at paisley park in minneapolis. an autopsy was completed friday but we have not learn the cause of the death just yet and toxicology report could take a few days, or weeks. >> one of our favorite song there you you are the most beautiful girl in the world what a great video too. >> over weekend fellow musicians honored prince. our bill anderson i saw your tribute on instagram on saturday mornings, you walk in. >> i got to go to the prince concert. as a kiddy saw prince, morris day and sheila a e. >> nice.
>> yes. >> and everybody is coming around, continuing to mourn the passing of prince. the those tributes started with the boss, bruce springsteen and e street band delivered a stirring performance of prince iconic purple rain in brooklyn over the weekend. >> ♪ the purple rain, purple rain ♪ >> ,. >> it isn't the first tribute boss has performed on his river tour because earlier this year he delivered versions of rebel, rebel after the death of david bowie and take it easy following the death of the eagles glenn fry. it has been a sad year for the boss. >> ♪
>> this one surfaced, adam levin's purple rain came up and started trending on social media. this was back in 204 for howard stern's birthday bash. they released footage of the perform a answer as their way to honor the late physician. >> ♪ >> and elton john playing a heartfelt tribute to prince during his las vegas show, image of prince was projected up on the stage as elton sang i guess that why is they call it the blues, shades was lit up in violet, blue, and purple, in honor of prince. saturday nate live had a special tribute show. jimmy fallon hosted the show. they looked at prince top performances including a performance from their 40th anniversary show.
>> ♪ >> that was how they remembered it. one of the best nights of his entire life. it wasn't until two days after the death of music icon that footage of the full performance actually surfaced. >> i have to go back and watch that. >> it was interested to see everybody has a prince story, and favorite song, they have a memory, and listening to beautiful ones all week. >> i have got the to see an intimate performance at the a contacted my of music over on broad street once. it was fantastic. >> he impact everybody's life. >> go back and look at his batman sound track, the video for it, all right. it is remarkable. it goes on for like 15 minutes. he is playing every instrument. it is a amazing.
a macing. >> we keep finding out songs that we didn't even necessity that prince wrote. >> and performances were memorable but he made other artists stars as well. >> okay. >> i watched that most beautiful girl over and over. >> i made myself cry all day saturday. >> my mom was here and saying she went to the concert in atlanta. she said she remembers it was just so loud, that is all she remembers. loud. >> oh, it just stinks. all right, thanks, bill. >> thank you. worried parents are making more calls to poison control about laundry pods. the kids are still eating them, come on, how do we get this stopped. >> okay good but fighting a rare genetic disorder, two boys in the same family battling a disease you you may never have heard of, how you can help visit other children this weekend.
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motorcycles and there is a lot of them out there on market street, at fourth. what do they have to do with a beautiful, lovely, loving family that i have just met here in our studio? well, i'll explain. the it has to do with something called ald, you probably have never heard of it, this potentially deadly disease effects about 17,000 people most hi boys and passed on from the mother. this is their story. the harring family says that their world came to i a stand still when they got an unexpect phone call from a kindergarten teacher. >> he is not able to, he has a wall not knowing what to do. he is confused in this class or disoriented. >> disease destroys the protective sheet that surround the brain's neurons causing brain damage. >> and in two months he went from running, jumping, playing, talking, eating, i
mean he was a normal child and then nothing. >> then came their other shock their older son also has it. they were able to get him a bone marrow transplant. so, how does this happen. goal, it is to spread awareness about this disease, and raise fund, to combat it. >> and, sandra is here with her family. thank you for coming on and talking about this. >> my pleasure. >> i think a lot of people never heard of this. >> did the interest. >> who is, th locallalia. >> thinks jeron. and that is khiry he is six. >> this is some of the help. >> thinks mary claire our nurse. >> hello there, thank you. >> you do need help and a lot of help. >> yes. >> now, try to explain to us because none of us are scientists here, what is going on with their brains. >> well, basically, in ald it
is a sheeth melts away and never reforms. when they are thinking it actually, you are firing off, your brain is firing off, is there nothing to protect it. >> inn a it can cause brianness. >> blindness, deafness, obviously will physical disability, khiry stopped walking, talking and eating two months after our diagnosis >> and. >> it is in the genetics. mothers give it to sons. i had no eye tea i was a carrier. my mother didn't know, and sisters, and the mother did in the give the disease to my brother. >> this came out of the blue. >> khiry is first one diagnosed. >> how much older then he was. >> we were diagnosed in june 2015. hates been a year since we were diagnosed. >> it deteriorates rapidly. >> some boys it does.
>> two months it took all of his ability. >> how do you counter act, what do you do for him. >> new born screening is the only way. >> which wasn't a veilable. >> it is right now. >> it is a veil be a, however, it is not implemented, you know, in the united states. new york is the only state that screens. they have been screened for three years. >> new york is where the little boy aidan. >> yes. >> he died of this. >> yes, he passed away and his mother has been working to get this. >> trying to organize, events like we will have to raise awareness because if you don't have awareness then you cannot raise fund to try to fight this thing off. >> it may help families. they have been able to, you know, they have been able to help expert us and other families like ours, you know. >> your little princess she, she does not have it. >> she does not. mothers give it to sons. she could be a carrier. we will find out, you know,
before she decide to have children. or whether she is a carrier or not. >> is there a guilt that comes with it. >> i didn't feel any guilt. >> you didn't know. >> the doctors say we shouldn't feel guilty. i didn't feel guilty. i feel like we were chest even for this so we can help spread the word and help aidan's family. >> what is the prognosis. >> khiry's prognosis was one to three years. jeron junior had a bone marrow transplant october of last year and his prognosis before that was 66 percent chance he would be alive in five years. >> you are dealing with that every day. >> yes, pretty much. >> we have a lot of support. >> you are a strong woman. >> very strong. >> i come from a line of strong women. >> so lets some help. we need to raise awareness. the that is what the motorcycles are all about. >> yes. >> explain. >> yes, better way to raise awareness is to ref up motor ike will. joining me john, thanks for
being here. >> thank you talk about what is happening this weekend. >> this weekend we are doing motorcycle run to raise a wearness for ald, aidan foundation. trying to do it for new born screening. if you learn, that they are able to screen babies a head of time they can save their lives. >> earl willer we know the better. >> where does this all get started. >> our shop 8342 state road, philadelphia, we will run through the city, go up by art museum, and take a picture and then run up to stadium bar and grill in fair less hills, pennsylvania. >> this is a beautiful bike. >> thank you. >> how much is it to get in. >> $25. >> i don't after a motorcycle but can you still come. >> you can come, enjoy and molly goes toward helping other kid. >> how much have you raised so far. >> i don't know that yet. >> yes. >> is that your bike. >> it the is my every day
rider. the picture is on aidan on the top. that is their son that passed a way and they didn't find out until after he was gone. so that is, a big deal. if we can get as many people a we can to get people aware of this we can save our lives. it is our future. >> we love what you are doing. thanks so much for joining us. mike, now back to you inside. >> thank god for them guys. lets all try to take part in aidan's run. by the way, tell them sandra and her family want to see the motorcycles, especially the kids. the guys here. stay strong. stay strong. >> i will. >> lets hope we can help. >> i appreciate it. on to this, this involves children, convenient, yeah, they are for sure, you probably use these pods. worried parents are making more calls to poison control then ever before. the kid are still eating these pods. they think they are candy. we have to figure out how to get this settled.
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all right. 8:24. this is still going on in our country? these laundry packets, i use them, they are convenient bet in the washing machine and in your dishwasher, but they are making children sick and some kid are dying. they are causing accidental poisonings as children put pods into their mouth to eat them. they kind of look like candy. >> in within year there were more than 22,000 cases of children under the the age of six, most of those incidents involves kids under three at home and several cases eating laundry packets which cause kids to go in the coma or in cardiac arrest. >> i thought laundry detergent people, companies, have changed this but i do still see them in grocery stores and thrift stores. >> i'm guilty, you put them under count are in the kitchen to pull them out, they them in the dishwasher. >> put them on the high shelf when jack my grandson came because that is first place he
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katie vo: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. that was such a hit. >> yes? i remember when. >> early 2,000 i think. >> yes. >> prom song, get everybody all rowdy. >> so send us yours. >> #good day 20. >> that is it.
>> well, while many celebrities may, what is this? okay, 1989, surface, shower me with your life. that is a a good one too for a prom song. that is a good one too color my world. >> 1990 here and now. >> that is when you have to dance slow. >> yes. >> our prom song is 88, was kid and play ain't gonna hurt nobody. >> that is going to be a if one. >> what is this one. >> olney high school 1987 prom, if only for one night. >> luther is winning right now. >> that is because everybody wanted to dance closely. >> that could be awkward at prom. >> very. >> sometimes your date, you don't want to be too forward, don't touch, your mom and dad warned you. >> the nuns were watching us, the priest, jesuits. >> leave room for holy ghost between you you. >> yes. >> way back in my day, when we had dances, the nuns, would
tell the young ladies at the all girls catholic school you should put a phone book on his lap, and then they would sit on my lap. >> yes. >> you know. >> don't wear patent leather shoes, girls because boys will look at the shoes and see up your dress. >> we never got taught those thingsal your school. >> you were rowdy and a rebel. >> yes. >> one of my favorite prince moments, not my favorite because i loved his music for 30 years. kim kardashian, thought she should get up on stage with him at some performance, this is happening a couple years ago, year and a half ago. i'm so famous, prince will want to hang out with me. really. so i remember this footage, when prince basically kicks off off the stage.
get off the stage. >> you are just going to stand there you dufuss, get off the stage. >> that was fantastic. >> my gosh. >> she say oh, yeah, i will remember this forever. >> she posted that again. >> yes. >> it has to be about her. >> you know people say she has a new look. >> not her. >> l el kim. >> lil kim who i believe spent quite a bit of time, in philadelphia, yeah, for the wrong reasons, wasn't she in jail. they are comparing her look to michael jackson. >> it is selfies that she posted on instagram, she's blonde, her skin, it is
appearing to be much lighter. >> that is lil kim. >> her eyes are all pulled tight. her nose looks really small now. >> that can't be lil kim. >> she's 41 right now. far cry from what she used to look like. i don't think she has to say anything. she will honor biggi e-mails at next month bad boy reunion tour. >> that does in the look like her. >> there she is from back in the the day. i was a big fan. >> i used to like her too, but i don't even recognize her anymore. like when i saw those pictures earlier, way back, that is lil kim. that is katie. >> i don't know. >> bad boy tour should be good, puffy. >> by the way, i heard that nwa, you know, they said when straight out of the compton came out that they might get back together. >> okay. >> so there was a rumor that they appeared at coachela, if we can find that footage, we will will play that for you.
>> wait. >> you left your guest waiting. >> yes. >> wait, i forgot. >> what is this world coming to. >> i can guarantee we will screw this up. >> we are. >> how about this, how but let, sit american one person because you said saturday night live. >> good to see you. >> we will screw it up. >> we will screw it up. >> we're not going to screw it up. >> all right. >> here we go. >> see, has any within told but what this is, our 20th anniversary of our show good day philadelphia believe it or not this dam thing has been on for 20 years. here we go. >> okay, ring the darn bell again. >> i need to know about the guest. >> okay. >> yes. >> so, now, you just come out first. >> okay, come on out. >> welcome. >> okay.
>> okay. >> why don't you sit here. >> he brought friends. >> hello. >> hey, hi guys. >> we met like three hours ago. >> mike forgets when guests comes because the door, he gets distract by the door bell. >> that is number one rule of hosting. >> yes. >> that is why i'm here, andy. >> welcome to philadelphia. >> welcome. >> so excited to be here. >> how do you get to philly. >> would i say 25 times a year, minimum. >> yes. >> no. >> yes. >> got to frequent philly. >> why, what is the got a, is what the sell here. >> well. >> cheese steaks. >> cheese steaks. >> this show. >> there is a steep drop off after that. >> massively, big. >> poster on it the side, brooklyn 99. >> yeah. >> i put that in. >> he is coming, quick, get it
up. >> it is very successful. our audience love to watch it. >> who are your buddies. >> this is my buddy from long island. >> thank you we drove, where it was a little bit less weird. >> all of you have glasses. >> none of these are real. they are all props. >> we have got the same haircut. >> same outfits. >> we have played a lot of lonely island where there was a tribute to philadelphia's own will smith. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> yes. >> we did it. >> that was fun. >> yes. >> and, philadelphia born and raised, he was. >> yes, in west philadelphia born and raised. >> yes. >> yes. >> it was really an honor. >> well, tell us about the movie. why don't you tell us about the movie. >> pop star is a movie that we, the two of us co direct, andy is starring in, judd appatoe is directing. it is a mockumentary in the vein of justin beiber, or
katie perry very part of me or 15 other films. >> any's character becomes a big pop star. >> he is already a big pop star. >> yes. >> his name is connor. >> yes. >> we're seeing clips of it now which makes me feel good. >> yes, they are there. >> yes. >> so many big names in the movie too. >> so many big names. we didn't get kid and play. i heard you talk about them earlier. >> should we not mention them. >> because they are kind of pop up at surprises. >> well, they are in the trailer. >> okay. >> screw it then. >> it is not a secret. >> there is still plenty of surprises left. >> yes. >> we can't say that. >> no, that is a good one at the end. >> yes. >> well, very nice. >> yes. >> you got a smile. >> yes. >> yes, it does not happen all the time.
>> bus stop buddy, a new part of the show. >> no. >> his counterpart weekend wendy is a new part, she does ant peer until saturday or sunday. >> yes. >> what, a bus stop buddy. >> yes, of a certain age. >> would i say 15 and a half. >> he is like 32. >> he is eight. >> eight. >> eight. >> all right. >> he is the show on that is 20. >> he looks like a three two-year old dude like kicking it at the gas station. >> yes. >> he looks creepy. >> yes. >> he hangs out at bus stops and that is yes is called bus stop buddy. >> yeah. >> is that a different look. >> yes. >> new guys, pol guys, because i know you want to talk about the film, but we have somebody from saturday night live, i just wanted to interview behind the scenes stuff. real quickly here. the famous thing that you did
with justin timberlake, the richard in the box. >> um-hmm. >> who brought that up at a meeting and did you ever think it would get cleared byron michaels. >> well, i believe it was lorn that first suggested it. it was as putting richard in the the box and be able to have somebody, jump out of it. >> movie theater, yes. >> they decided to do it. >> we have started off of snl, we got help, getting hired there, and all of us remember, you know, getting advice, you know, from a guy who helped get us the job. when we would be writing it is like jimmy fallon always say, if you think it, put it in the show. >> yes. >> it was like, you know, all the time. >> so, who is thinking about that in a box all the time. >> yes. >> it is cool.
>> that is our moth the owe. >> yes. >> jimmy's motto too. >> he always says that. >> yes. >> classic jimmy. >> jimmy fallon would be blame him for everything. >> jimmy fallon used to say. >> when does this come out. >> june 3rd. >> wait, plenty of advanced warning on this. >> well, it is a jungle out there. >> yes. >> good to have you guys in philly. >> thank you. >> pleasure to be here. you want to avoid this? be careful what you say. the five phrases that are deadly for any relationship. >> i'm going to kill you.
who was that. >> i don't know. >> it wasn't me. >> hey, a good song too. >> yes. >> let's go back to betty ann's tweet because she took time to write it. >> of course. >> we are doing prom songs, stairway to heaven. >> is that my choice. >> not my choice. >> um-hmm. >> yes. >> how about that, tracie. come back, tracie. >> best song ever for that slow drag, drew hill, oh, these are the time. that is from 2002. >> before i let you go, was one song, the multiple proms, dang. >> yes. >> how many did you get to. >> i went to three, one over at east high school, and then, my junior and my senior. no, four. no, five. i had to go to all girl school prom twice. >> do you hear this. >> he has been to five
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so if you do not have money or time to go to the salon to get your hair done for prom there are girls who want to help you. listen up jen, in newtown square with more on this. >> yeah, it is cool. these, girls, lindsey and barry. hi guys. you are seniors at car will ol. you went to the junior prom this weekend. >> yes. >> you know, a lot of people don't have ton of money. you are letting her do your hair, so to prove you can get it done at home. >> yes good how is she doing. >> it looks really good. i like it a lot. >> she has really, straight hair, and i asked you is that a good thing or a bad thing. >> what you want to do because her hair is so straight, it is hard but it actually took really well. kind of have to just spray it
throughout, and i soon as we put it up, we will spray the whole thing overall and we will be fine. we are ready to go. >> monica is owner of the salon. so what is the number one mistake that people are making when they do the hair at home. >> i think number one mistake is probably that they are over finishing. they are afraid, that it is too finish, and really we just like soft hair. basically if we do a full head of curls we might brush it out where as people really, stiffen it up with hair spray and help don't want to let it the go. >> but you have to let it go. >> she's doing a good job. you have given her a couple of tips right there as you gave her a tip what is she doing right there. >> that is channeling pin go to make the bobby pins invisible. >> what did you to her to do. >> you will press against the head with your them and open up a bobby pin and place it so it slides right up there. >> normally myself anyway, you
would see a lot of it because you do it from the side. >> absolutely. you want to try to hide those bobby pins. >> she thinks that the hair is easier because it is so straight the but straight hair can be hard, how do you get hair like this to stay in. she will be a at prom all night. >> ideally, that is where products come in. if you can prep the hair with the muse, styling foam, before you even blow it the out, that would be great. something we often see a lot of people are under the inn precious that dirty hair is better and that is not always the case. >> what? >> sometimes it is harder to work with. >> because it is slippery. >> yes. >> here we are, we have been doing this all on snap chat. i'm on snap the chat. so are these ladies. will you have your hair like this in the prom. >> yes, i do like it a lot. so i would do this, yes. >> is this harder or easier then you that it it would be. >> something that just took how long, curl your hair takes the longest, that part didn't take long at all. it is something to look
elegant and it would be great for something like a prom. >> monica, one thing you said you want this to be more teased up. >> yes, absolutely. one thing i said, when it is over finish, it doesn't look professional. i feel like when people at home are doing it. >> mess it up, girl friend. >> give it some texture. >> yes. >> we are not done. we will talk about not really matching your hair to your dress but sort of ago wear of what your hair style looks like. >> yes. >> as we toss it back we have been doing prom songs. for me it was janet the jackson, that is the way love goes. >> yes. >> i mean, they are all naughty, everyone is nodding. >> yes. >> it looks good. >> yeah. >> janet looks good there does than the she. >> still does. royal toddler up late, the visitors that help prince george move back his bedtime
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area from the expressway all the way up through that construction zone, there. some wicked sun glare, this morning. enjoy it the today, we're probably not going to see it tomorrow. blue route slow go from route one to i-95. sun glare from the conshohocken curve to downtown. even delays still with us on i-95 south into the girard avenue interchange. we had an earlier accident too northbound. coming our way to conshohocken, it is in shut
down mode at ridge pike as part of the new project, to spruce things up there in the heart of the conshohocken. mike, back over to you. >> simon gratz class of 2001. mo money, mo problems. >> i remember that song. >> i don't what they want from me, it is more money come across, the more problems we see. >> note tote your ldj. >> do you want to avoid something, be careful what you say,
five phrases deadly for any relationship. >> i got one. >> you will wear that?
♪ >> okay. they're good. that is our new house band. they will be here every day. wouldn't that be great. >> i would say, the center city jazz festival is back. this is our fifth year. it is over this weekend. >> let's see a bunch of different venues. i'll tell you where they are and we can go out and hear some jazz for the weekend. >> sue serio joins us. >> yes. >> alex holley with the day off. >> yes. >> it is her birthday. >> it the is your birthday. >> was it yesterday. >> yes. >> it is recovery day. >> she's recouping. >> good day. >> speaking of mom and dad. >> trish johnson is on her way here. >> your mommies here. >> she woke up late because she told me she would be here at eight. it is clearly nine. >> yes. >> yes. >> lets have her come through the door. >> okay. >> g