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speculate because 's at this point. just very concerned. >> reporter: the second student, natalie keepers an engineering student who once interned at nasa accused of helping eisenhauer get rid of the girl's body. >> i was really shocked to see her face as one of the suspects for the murder because i didn't know she was like -- she didn't seem like that type of person. >> reporter: her parents say lovell pushed a dresser up against her door before climbing out her window. thousands joining the search but police discovered her body 80 miles away in north carolina. neither student was charged with using a gun and neither entered a plea but eisenhauer making this statement, quote, i i
. >> i love me some good guacamole. >> me too! >> thank you, natalie. >> thank you. >>> james corden picks up a superstar on the way to the super bowl. chris martin is ready for a party at the big game. this is must-see tv, i must say.
natalie velasquez who was just here a and betty,ly start with you, >> i have two girls 7 and 10 now and when i first noticed when they first went into school, there weren't many physical activities that they were together. one loved sports and the other one not so much. i was trying to figure out how i get them active with video gaming and watching tv, and getting them out to play the way we used to. it was difficult and i kept finding sports and more sports and that wasn't lot, pure fitness and play, and that inspired reimagine play, and also get in a great fitness activity. >> alberto: the whole con zest to it. i will come back to it, why are kids so less active today than when we were growing up? >> classes are cut in school, in front of tv screens and video games and things like that. and also like you said, a lot of these programs are based on competitive sports and not all kids enjoy sports. 20% of kids grp out by the time they are thirteen, they are not fun any more. >> did you say 70? i could see why your idea could be so widely accepted by parents and kids. i will get to you no
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