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at the end of the ride. at the very end, what do they sell you? >> chocolate chip cookies. >> they're s good morning, america. deadly flash floods forcing rescues across the country. people wading through waist-deep water in texas, trying to get to safety. neighborhoods drowning under more than a foot of rain and more than 150 campers airlifted out west. and now new warnings for 20 million as we head into the weekend. also this morning, is there a plan? how and when will they reunite the children all over this country? overnight, some reunions under way. a top trump administration official saying hundreds have been reunited since may. this after first lady melania trump's surprise visit to texas. >> i would also like to ask you how i can help.
>> shaking hands with undocumented children but leaving many across the country and the world wondering what did she mean by that message on her jacket? and are americans really to believe there was no message intended, as her spokeswoman just said. getting the green light. "the conners" returning to the air without roseanne. which cast members are back and what the disgraced star is saying about it all this morning. ♪ she had them apple bottom jeans ♪ an abc news exclusive. the so-called dancing doctor now breaking her silence after her license was suspended, and she's not backing down. >> people are not looking at the facts. >> fighting to get back in the operating room. ♪ good to be alive right about now ♪ and lucky to be alive. the out-of-control car going airborne, flipping, and hitting a gas station. how was the driver able to walk away from this? ♪ good to be alive right about now ♪
good morning, america. happy friday, the first friday of the summer. and it's been wonderful having you here all week. >> thanks, robin and michael. nothing like a friday on "gma," i can tell you that. we got a party in the park. central park. we're going to be heading uptown. a giant crowd out there for bebe rexha. look at them out there. they can't wait for this first friday of the summer to get under way and we're going to do it right here. >> we will. before we get to that we'll begin with severe summer storms across the country this morning. the midwest to the east coast on alert for flash flooding and parts of the south are already under water. take a look at these images coming in. so much devastation in my home state of texas. and ginger is following it all. good morning, ginger. >> michael, 300 water rescues in mission, texas, alone, just yesterday. so you know this has been a huge issue. some of the images are hard to
see. people wading through waist-deep water there. a place in south texas got 16.75 inches. that was harlingen. now i want to show you what is happening as we speak along i-64 near richmond. it was closed for a while because of flash flooding, people being rescued from cars there. flash flooding heading just south and west of washington, d.c. this morning. this was the dramatic scene in mcallen, texas, thursday. people wading through waist-deep water. cars swallowed by flooding. and rescuers searching by helicopter, boat, and even bus. the torrential downpours from a persistent tropical wave swamping cities and dozens of vehicles littering roadways. and the governor issuing a disaster declaration. some counties got more than 16 inches of rain. summer storms impacting folks across the nation. nearly 150 campers trapped by flooding in montana. this tornado whipping across the land in idaho. and flash floods turning deadly
in pennsylvania. >> we were like, get out, get out. everybody leave. >> reporter: one woman killed. dozens of others rescued around pittsburgh. the flash flood watch is not just in northern virginia but back through central west virginia, southeastern ohio and another pocket of severe storms and heavy rain that could happen in the southeast. that includes parts of mississippi, alabama, and even georgia. more on that soon. but michael, back to you. >> hopefully some relief soon. david? >> it could be a rocky day ahead. we turn now to those new images overnight. some of the first of the parents and children reuniting after being separated at the border. but there's still so many at more than a dozen shelters around the country, including babies and young children who don't even know their parents' numbers obviously. and this mother together with her son. a trump administration official says hundreds of families have been reunited since may. there are still questions about what will happen to those still separated. the announcement coming on the heels of first lady melania
trump's surprise visit to a shelter for immigrant children in texas. let's get right to jonathan karl tracking the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, david. the white house says it was 100% the first lady's idea to make a surprise visit to the border to see firsthand the children who have been separated from their families. but two days after the president said he was ending the family separation, there is more confusion than answers about what will happen to the children. during her surprise visit to the mexican border, the first lady said she was looking for answers. >> i'd also like to ask you how i can help to these children to reunite them with their families as quickly as possible. >> reporter: but for most of the children taken away from their parents because of president trump's zero tolerance policy, it is unclear this morning how or when they'll be reunited with their families. going forward, at least for the next 20 days, families caught crossing the board illegally are to be detained together while
the adults await court hearings. but where will they be held? the pentagon says it is looking into options for housing some 20,000 unaccompanied children in military facilities near the border. but not for the families. the first lady and first daughter ivanka trump had urged the president to end his policy of separating children from their parents. in her two hours on the ground in texas, the first lady asked about the mental health of the children. >> so, when the children come here what kind of stage, you know, physical and mental stage they come here? >> usually when they get here they're very distraught. when they see the environment, see the other kids, see the yard, they start relaxing. >> reporter: the crisis was triggered by the president's own policy. but in a meeting with his cabinet, he falsely put the blame on the democrats. >> the democrats are causing tremendous damage and destruction and lives by not doing something about this and they know that. >> reporter: while the first
lady sent a message of compassion on her trip to texas, she made a curious fashion statement, wearing a jacket as she left washington and when she returned that said, i really don't care, do u? her spokeswoman said, it's a jacket. there was no hidden message. that statement was soon contradicted by the president in a tweet. he said the message written in big letters across her back was actually aimed at the, quote, fake news media. melania has learned how dishonest they are and she truly no longer cares. we reached out to the first lady's spokesperson to ask if in fact the president was correct and that's what she meant by wearing that jacket. no answer from the first lady's spokes person. but david, there is absolutely nothing to say that what the president said about that is actually the case. >> yeah, a lot of people focused on those words but we're going to remain focused on the children and these families. and jon, i wanted to ask you agent congress. still struggling to act on immigration?
where does that stand? >> reporter: going know where nowhere fast, david. the house of representatives voted down a hard-line immigration bill. they were supposed to vote on a more moderate bill and will try it again next week. the bottom line is, there is no sign of any bipartisan agreement on any aspect of this immigration issue. >> i know you'll track it through the day. we'll see you on "world news" tonight, jon. thanks so much. robin? >> as you said, there are still several hundred more children separated from their parents at the border and still no clear answer on when or how they will be reunited. gio benitez is still in el paso. you learned that little girl we heard crying for her aunt, we've heard more about her? >> reporter: yeah, robin. good morning, she and her mother are now hoping to be reunited soon. but, you know, we're also learning that so many of these children aren't even by the border anymore. they've been sent to shelters
all across this country. and some have been reunited. this morning, some of those children separated at the border reunited with their families. a senior white house official telling the associate press around 500 children have been reunited since may. unclear how many are still being detained with their relatives and whether president trump's executive order had an impact on their status. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: this, as we're learning more about that clear voice captured in that audio recording of children's cries. >> mommy! >> reporter: that audio first obtained by propublica. 6-year-old jimena. she's from el salvador. shown here with her mother, she was heard begging a supervisor to call her aunt after she and her mom were separated. she has the number memorized. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: on wednesday propublica was there. as little jimena called her aunt again.
it was from inside a detention center. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: she told her aunt and cousin she wants to take a hot bath when she's out of the detention center. it's been a week since they crossed the border. propublica reporting she's now in a facility in phoenix 1200 miles from her mother who it says is being kept in port isabel, texas. [ speaking foreign language ] >> no. >> the fact that jimena was able to memorize this phone number turned out to be a really lucky thing for her. many of the kids who come to this country who are her age or below, you know, don't know things like phone numbers. >> reporter: her aunt was filmed in silhouette because she's afraid that her speaking to the press will affect her and her daughter's asylum case. her aunt says that during their
first phone call, the little girl was crying, screaming, and begging. propublica reporting that authorities told her mother they'd be reunited soon. she's one of the few who could track down her family on her own but for so many of these children and parents, this road to the reunion is just so unclear. robin. >> as we heard in your report, many of these children are too young to speak or much less memorize a phone number, so what happens with them? >> reporter: that's what these advocates are really worried about here. if this paperwork is not complete, if the paperwork is unclear, even though they hope to find these families, to reunite these families, they really do fear that they'll never see their family again. robin. >> so heartbreaking. >> scary thought right there. thank you. now to pittsburgh and new protests overnight after that deadly police shooting of antwon rose, an unarmed 17-year-old who
was running from a car. abc's kenneth moton is in east pittsburgh with the latest. we're learning that car was part of a ride-sharing service. >> reporter: that's right, michael. a jitney service. for those unfamiliarit's like a taxi. but county police investigators won't say if antwon rose was a customer or if he knew the driver. here near the scene protestors gathered and marched for miles and demanded justice. protesters in the streets tripling this area in and around east pittsburgh. this interstate shut down snarling traffic. demonstrators marching, determined to bring attention to the fatal police shooting of 17-year-old antwon rose. >> it's a clear assassination to me. explain to me how you're in fear of a person running. >> reporter: investigators say an officer, michael rossfeld, opened fire during a traffic
stop as antwon and a second passenger ran away on foot. cell phone video capturing the incident. antwon was shot three times. >> things happen in realtime but there's no excuse for an officer to shoot someone in the back in the setting that we see in the video that everyone in america has seen by now. >> reporter: investigators say the car antwon was in was under suspicion, possibly connected to a nearby shooting. but abc news learned the driver who was questioned and released after antwon was shot was a driver for hire. police say two guns were found inside the car. they've released little to no details about the driver or the second passenger who got away. >> i'm just tired of it. and something has got to be done. something has got to be done. >> reporter: antwon's mother released a poem she said he wrote two years ago. it was read aloud during a large protest in downtown pittsburgh. >> i see mothers bury their sons. i want my mom to never feel that pain. >> reporter: officer rosfeld spoke to our local abc affiliate, wtae, confirming he
was sworn in the night of the shooting. he's been on the job for three weeks and law enforcement for several years. he wouldn't talk about the shooting but said he's trying to deal with what happened. david? >> we turn to a supreme court rielg that means you could spend more when you shop online. abc's chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis has all the details. this is a big deal. >> it is a big deal and it means states can now force online retailers to charge a sales tax, so you will end up paying more when you shop online. take a look at this sofa for example on wayfair.com. if you went on prior to the ruling and had it shipped you would pay $575. now, south dakota can force wayfair to collect a 4.5% sales tax meaning you will pay more for that couch. >> 75 bucks, that's a lot more. >> it means a lot to people.
>> the brick and mortar stores, old-fashioned malls, they say this levels the playing field with the amazons out there. >> exactly. they're happy about this because now it's the same rules apply across the board. and states are happy because they'll be able to collect more money in taxes. about $13 billion last year was lost. and amazon, to your point, they already do charge sales taxes on anything that they sell directly. but about half their sales on amazon.com come from third party vendors and those third party vendors don't currently charge taxes as the states impose the new laws you will likely pay tax on them. >> there have been a lot of mom and pop stores that have said we have to charge our customers taxes, amazon should too. >> they want a fair game. >> all right, rebecca, thanks so much. now to a desperate hunt for a dangerous bear in alaska. police say it killed a hiker and then hay believe it injured another person. kayna whitworth has the latest on the search. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: robin, good morning. so the person hurt was a member of the search party. officials telling us that they believe the bear was protecting
its prey, the body of the hiker, and when the search party got too close, the bear attacked. this morning, a community on high alert after a black bear may have killed a man and attacked another. police are searching in the sky and on foot. >> the bear is still out there. we had the department stay out most of the night on site waiting for the bear to return. >> reporter: 44-year-old michael soltis went hiking near a park on monday. family members worried when he didn't return. >> we were searching for my cousin. we were going in parties of three. >> reporter: a group including his cousin wendy went into the park searching for michael when a brown bear attacked, lunging toward the group. injuring a man. >> we were going down the trail and you could hear noise to the left and i look and this brown bear comes lunging out. >> reporter: police arriving to the scene, searching the area when they made the gruesome discovery finding michael's body. park officials believe the bear was protecting its prey.
>> brown kayna, thank you. >> absolutely. now to that driver who's lucky to be alive after this terrifying crash in mississippi. take a look. that out-of-control car speeding towards the gas station as you see going airborne, incredibly landing upright between the pumps. scary scene for that driver, i'm sure but the incredible moment after all of that, the driver just walks away, was taken to the hospital with minor injuries so very, very lucky to be alive. >> gosh. hit the pumps like that. >> right in between the pumps and did not land on top which
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i mean that's wonderful that they come here to the studio. we're going out to the park. that man right there, he was at the nba draft. i think he stole a basketball. >> celtics fan. >> she's running for city council back in oakland, california. we were out there meeting with people and getting caught up. >> how many selfies? at least 500. >> it wasn't even national selfie day. we enjoyed it. top headlines we want to share. after flooding like this across texas forcing water rescues, 20 million americans from the midwest to northeast are now in the path of severe weather as we head into the weekend bracing for damaging wind, possible tornadoes and more rain. some children are finally reuniting with their parents after being separated at the border but there are still questions this morning about the future of so many more still separated from their families. this after the first lady's
surprise visit to texas, also causing some controversy for the words that she had on the back of her jacket and what they may mean. and take a look at this. one man's daring escape caught on camera. he jumps from boat to boat escaping a cruise ship as it crashes through boston harbor. the coast guard is investigating after the ship carrying 320 students struck those moored boats. very scary moment there. >> first this half hour we get to new details about "roseanne" without roseanne. the spin-off announced overnight starring the same cast, of course, with roseanne barr and will be called "the conners" and gets the green light after "roseanne" was pulled from the air following her racist tweets and linsey davis has more. >> reporter: many were shocked when abc announced the cancellation of "roseanne," number one show of the tv season
and the internet is abuzz many questioning if it's possible for the show to succeed without its namesake. we'll soon find out. this morning the conner family is on its way back to prime time yet again. >> i trusted you. >> reporter: only this time without their controversial matriarch or her trademark laugh. the abc show for now dubbed "the conners" will carry on the story of the iconic working class family and its struggles but its original namesake and creator, roseanne barr, will have no financial or creative involvement in the new show after a racist tweet from barr last month led to the top rated series' abrupt cancellation. barr played a key role in the show without her saying she was focused on saving the jobs and characters she endangered. i regret the circumstances that have caused me to be removed from "roseanne." i agreed to the settlement in order that 200 jobs of beloved cast and crew be saved and i wish the best for everyone involved. the remaining cast members including john goodman, laurie
metcalf, sarah gilbert, lecy goranson and michael fishman said in part, it's clear that these characters not only have a place in our hearts but in the hearts and homes of our audience adding they are so happy to have the opportunity to return with the cast and crew to continue to share those stories through love and laughter. online a lot of opinions both for and against the show. one posted a comment saying hard pass on the "the conners." the show is nothing without r s roseanne. and others say they will certainly watch. one suggestion that kept coming up the focus should be on sarah gilbert's character darlene and single mothers. >> we'll see. thanks so much. i want to get to larry hackett, managing part after 10ten media. good to have you back with us this week. we were just talking about this whether it's been done before -- we know it has been done but without the main character. does it succeed? >> she looms over this show like nobody else has. shelley long left "cheers," and david caruso left "nypd blue."
this is different. i believe why people watch, they see themselves in these characters and see the family dynamic and recognize something they want to see and follow. i think with the writers here, we know months ahead of time they can do that with these characters. these are not slouches, john goodman, laurie metcalf and sarah gilbert are characters people have come to love. i think it's possible. >> look at the year laurie metcalf has had on broadway. what's the challenge for the writers? there's going to be curiosity in the beginning to see how it works out. have to make sure it's great. >> to make it natural and what happens in the family her departure seem organic and part of the story, right, what happens with dan and the sister and the kids, those are things people will be interested in. if they're rendered cleverly and compellingly as the show has been twice now, that can be done. >> what do you think they'll do with roseanne? >> you don't think they -- what do you think they'll do with her? >> i don't know. i'm not going to pretend. i can think of funny things they
might do and maybe sad things. i'd hope whatever happens to the character, to her, is part and integral to the story line. they can't make that she's not there anymore. >> i will say think about all the jobs saved by trying to do this. >> exactly. in hollywood, this is a good thing too. the key thing is they're saved longer if the show is good. >> if it's great do you think at any point if the character is written off in the right way that she comes back. >> like the ghost of roseanne? i don't know. >> that's assuming -- >> her rehabilitation, somehow now that she's not in the show whatever happens to her, if the forgiveness will be there. i don't know how she gets back on the show. we'll see. >> j.r., bobby ewing in the shower. >> just a shower, david. we have our exclusive coming up with the so-called dancing doctor. what she's saying about being suspended after videos like these. come on back. suspended after videos like these. come on back. pretty alpha.
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we are back with that abc exclusive with the so-called dancing doctor telling her side of the story for the first time since being suspended after videos like these showing her dancing in the operating room. she sat down with our steve osunsami who joins us now from atlanta. do tell, steve. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. this atlanta area doctor is
hoping that a georgia judge will reverse the medical suspension against her license. ♪ she had them apple bottom jeans ♪ >> reporter: as silly as these operating room recordings may seem, dr. windell boutte says they were great for business. ♪ >> reporter: and some of her viral videos that she since removed from youtube, this dermatologist literally promises big butts and a smile. ♪ betty boop, jessica rabbit, nicki minaj, whatever you like ♪ >> reporter: dr. booty as she likes to call herself sat down for this interview and says all the behinds in these videos belong to the patients who agreed to the recordings. >> i think the thing is anyone who is looking at that using all of the qualifications that you have set would say isn't there something more important for the doctor to be doing at that
point? >> if it's at the end of the day which they were, at the end of the day, the person's in recovery, the person is stable and happy that the surgery is over and i say, okay, here's our 30 to 60-second video. people are not looking at the facts and what i'm trying to get them to do is understand the facts, consented, planned, staged, 30 to 60 seconds and everyone was safe. >> reporter: but the videos are only a fraction of the doctor's troubles. she's facing lawsuits from multiple patients. >> i don't feel like a normal person. just feel deformed. >> reporter: la toya said she was disfigured after her procedure. >> to see that video with my flesh being cut without a straight line and dancing while cutting me is horrible. >> reporter: dr. boutte is sharing another video of her sometime after surgery seeming pleased with the results. >> what you think? >> i'm in love.
i'm so in love. i feel so good. i feel ten years younger. >> she was very happy. it bewilders me as to how i got here to where the story is changing and why now? >> reporter: the doctor is fighting the suspension of her license. she's accused of unsafe practices. what type of nurses do you have? >> i have medical assistants well trained in what we do because we do it every day. >> you don't have any nurses in your office? >> not at present. i did at one time. yes. >> one of her patients, icilma cornelius, suffered permanent brain damage after a tummy tuck. >> people really knew how i felt about her and our relationship that i think they would understand a whole lot better than what they are being fed. i wish people would open their eyes. >> reporter: in a deposition for a lawsuit filed by the family which the doctor settled boutte said she wasn't refunding the money for the surgery.
>> why haven't you refunded any of miss cornelius' money? >> well, you know, the work was done and the outcome was nothing anybody expected. >> reporter: an entirely different tone in that deposition. the attorney for the woman who says she looks ten years younger says that video was recorded before the swelling went down and afterwards, robin, she says one side of her body was higher than another. >> and the doctor is saying that patients signed a consent form for these videos but probably thought they would be used for something else. >> reporter: right, this one particular patient says that she had intended for it to be used for research, for education, for science but not for hip-hop and certainly she says not for use for marketing tools on social media, robin. >> and bad hip-hop at that. she was not -- yeah -- going to
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on his lifestyle as he faces a legal fight with his former money managers. adrienne bankert is here. adrienne, what he has to say may surprise a lot of people. >> it's possible. you know, he doesn't apologize for enjoying his wealth. he says he's been taken advantage of while the company who repped the high-profile actor for years says he's a compulsive spender and a fraud. this morning there's another twist in the ongoing legal battle between johnny depp and his ex-money managers. >> captain jack sparrow if you please. >> reporter: the actor tells "rolling stone" magazine accusations that he spent $30,000 a month on wine are absurd saying it's insulting to say that i spent $30,000 on wine because it was far more. >> wow. >> reporter: depp is currently engaged in a legal battle with his former financial managers suing them for $25 million alleging they stole millions from him for nearly two decades.
>> you're terrible late you know. >> reporter: the managers have countersued saying depp refused to take their financial advice alleging he spent more than $2 million a month to maintain his lavish lifestyle including paying $3 million just to shoot author hunter s. thompson's ashes out of a cannon. >> not sure i deserve that. >> reporter: depp quoted by "rolling stone" says by the way it was not $3 million, it was $5 million. and depp's representatives have not provided us a direct comment. tmg, the management group dealing with his business, have a statement on their website saying depp is their former longtime client and legal matters are ongoing. >> wow. >> yes, it sounds like a movie plot, doesn't it? >> his money. he can spend it how he likes, i guess. >> wow. thank you. ♪ i don't know what to say. >> bebe rexha is coming up. bebe rexha live from the park. we'll be right back. >> $5 million. >> coming up "gma's" summer
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and new images overnight. some of the first of the parents and children reuniting. so many questions about the children in shelters across the country. after being separated at the border. this, after first lady melania trump's surprise visit to texas. >> i would also like to ask you how i can help. >> shaking hands with undocumented children and so many people asking in this country and around the world what did the first lady mean by those words on the back of her jacket? deadly flash floods. the midwest to east coast on alert as parts of the south are already underwater. so much devastation in texas,
people wading through waist-deep water there trying to get to safety. ginger is tracking the latest. demi lovato's secret struggle. the superstar revealing her relapse after six years of sobriety. in her stunning new song. her painfully honest revelations right now and the huge outpouring of support. transgender track stars under fire after winning the state championships. critics complaining they had an unfair advantage. this morning, they speak out in a "gma" exclusive interview. ♪ the it's meant to be it'll be ♪ and bebe rexha sings you into the weekend. our giant party in the park is about to rev into high gear and she is saying -- >> good morning, america! ♪ ride with me ride with me we do say good morning, america. great to have you with us on this friday morning. the first friday of the summer.
and central park heating up with bebe rexha. >> it is hot out there. she's going to take the stage and she's getting to perform some of the hottest songs this summer. yeah, she's out with a brand-new album called "expectations." we know our crowd has high expectations for her performance and they are excited in central park and i'm going to head over there right now to join them so -- >> safe trip. >> safe trip. >> save a spot for us. >> we miss you already. >> take it away. >> first the headlines. we got the battle over the border. new images of parents and children, first of them being reunited. after being separated. still so many searching for their parents. this after the first lady made that surprise visit to a texas shelter for immigrant children and jonathan karl has the latest. hey, jon. >> reporter: good morning, david. the white house says the first lady's surprise visit to the border was 100% her idea. she visited a facility that is taking care of migrant children who have been separated from their families. she had a lot of questions about the mental health of those
children. about when and how they would be reunited with their parents. but this morning, there is still incredible amount of confusion about how they will be reunited even when or if they will be, david. and the first lady did spark some controversy with a curious fashion statement she made. she wore that jacket, you see, it reads i don't really care, do u? she wore it as she boarded the plane in washington and when she came back to washington as she got off the plane. unclear what she was doing who she was talking about. but her spokesperson said, there was no hidden message, it was just a jacket. some might say the message certainly wasn't hidden in large font on the back. the real question who she was sending the message to. >> and they certainly know when the first lady boards a plane,
the world is watching. so more to come on the message and more to come on the children. >> when we saw that at first, we thought it was photo-shopped. >> thought it was a meme online. didn't think she had worn that jacket with a message. again, you know, they must have known at the white house if you wear something with giant letters on the back people will pay close attention. and they'll be asking questions about it. >> and they need to answer those. flash flooding forcing rescues from texas to the northeast turning deadly in pennsylvania. ginger is at the park where she's been following it for us. good morning, ginger. >> and robin, it's been an unbelievable amount of water that's fallen in deep south texas. there are some counties that have picked up more than 16 inches of rain. some of the images coming out of there almost too hard to look at. people wading in waist-deep water as the cars are submerged. hidalgo county. harlington, texas, 16.75 inches. other parts of the nation that
are going to see pockets of flash flooding in the early weekend, mid-atlantic is one that will see that. then severe weather. that's a tornado in idaho. but much more where that came from. back to robin. >> all right, jing erks thanks very much. david? >> thanks, now to a graduation surprise that will warm your heart. seniors from new york's boston spa high school graduated and one of them got a big surprise. look at this. this is her brother. navy petty officer first class xavier proud. can you imagine? he had returned from his deployment early to be there for his sister's special moment. of course he did that to his sister. the tears coming out. she had no idea he was home. look at her face. that is a graduation present. >> oh, my goodness. >> we're glad he's some safe, too. >> we are, too. and we are thanking him for his service. >> now, what am i going to do? look at that smile. we got coming up this high school -- the high school transgender track stars winning big but facing backlash.
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welcome back to "gma." talking about ginger's son adrian would have liked to be here with us. >> we didn't mean to have him at work today but it's working. >> it has made my morning. >> takes a village. we'll tell you that. >> bring your kid to work today. why not? it is friday with a fantastic audience as you can see behind us. >> yes. >> in central park for our party with bebe rexha. we can't wait for her to perform live in a little bit. but first, let's get a little "pop news" from sara haines. what's going on, sara? >> first of all i love that ginger is here. get ready. we start out with victoria beckham speaking out in defense of her marriage to david beckham, amid rumors there's trouble in paradise. at the forbes women's summit, she gets candid about balancing work and family. there's no such thing, victoria. when i get home, she says i try to put the phone down and spend time with the children and david. i have the support of an incredible husband and we're
intentional with everything we do. now, we last saw the beckhams together at the royal wedding in may. who can forget? but they will be celebrating their 19th anniversary in just two weeks and it sounds like the pair are still going strong. >> yes. >> yes. >> these trouble in paradise stories seem like every day. >> they run out of headlines and they're like, let's make someone divorced. >> 19 years, that is -- that is really admirable. >> i wouldn't believe anyone that said marriage wasn't hard. just on its face. >> especially with the kids. >> yeah, the kids amp it up. i hear you. amen, ginger. next up, it's national -- it's not take your kid today. even though ginger didn't get the message. it's take your dog to work today. yes, and bebe rexha has her dog here. clearly she got the memo. the annual event where you get to spend a little extra time with your friend and show your pup around the workplace and it turns out, bringing your dog has plenty of benefits, can reduce stress, boost morale and not to mention, it's tons of fun.
and in other "pup news" -- the age-old debate, who is smarter, dogs or cats? according to the new issue -- we have the answer. >> what is thence? >> it's all about neuron density, i'm sure you saw that coming. a typical dog has 430 million neurons but a cat has 150 million. one, doint care who is smarter. two, i don't know if i believe that. i don't claim my dogs intelligent. >> i love dogs but -- >> they accept you every day without judgment. a cat judges occasionally. they give you the side-eye constantly. >> you guys are on work, how hard is to to be married. i'm a dog guy. >> they choose you over and over. >> man's best friend for a reason. >> and two- -- wo-man's best friend, too.
and finally, an important reminder, always, always, always proofread. a hard rock casino hotel set to open with the grand opening a week away and construction almost done but officials had to do a little fixer-upper. it features a giant replica of a gibson guitar debuted with one major error. the word rhythm spelled wrong on the treble switch with the letter "e" slipped in there. the typo was fixed. but not before a few photos were snapped. >> that's how they spell it in europe. >> that's what i say about iowa. all the time. that's hat we do in iowa. >> in the world of auto correct maybe it should have been an error someone knows how to spell. >> i spelled "wrong" last week in a text. don't judge me. that's it. >> thanks for the "pop news." and we're going to go now to our "gma" cover story about demi lovato who is opening up about addiction and eluding to relapse in her new song after six years
of sobriety. and abc's erielle reshef is here with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, michael. demi lovato has been open about her mental health and bouts with addiction but her new song is striking a chord with fans and revealing she may have relapsed. after six years sober. ♪ mama i'm so sorry i'm not sober anymore ♪ >> reporter: it may be the most personal song of her career. demi lovato seemingly admitting she has relapsed after six years of sobriety in her new song "sober." ♪ and i'm sorry for the fans i lost who watched me fall again ♪ ♪ i wan fa be a role model but i'm only human ♪ >> reporter: the 25-year-old has publicly battled addiction, eating disorders, and mental illness for years. she opened up about her journey in her 2017 documentary "simply complicated.
>> i actually had anxiety around this interview. >> why is that? >> because the last time i did an interview this long i was on cocaine. >> reporter: even touching on her first relapse in 2013. >> i wasn't ready to get sober. nobody knew. i went on a bender of like two months where i was using daily. >> reporter: back in april speculation and concern grew among her fans over her sobriety after this photo was posted of her holding a cup containing a yellow liquid. >> demi said at the time it was a red bull. and shortly after that commotion online, she canceled the remaining tour dates of her south american tour. >> reporter: in an interview with new you media last year, lovat oh, expressed how important it is to share her story. both her ups and downs. >> i think it's important that people learn from other people's struggles. ♪ i'm sorry that i'm here again ♪ >> reporter: in this ballad she shares her struggles with fans and promises to get help. ♪ i promise i'll get help it
wasn't my intention i'm sorry to myself ♪ >> reporter: other stars like ig zi azalea have tweeted their support for demi and her honesty in that new song. demi has always said she hopes her fans can draw strength from her struggles and, brave, she is. back to you, michael. >> you're right. so brave she is. and a great friend of ours here at "gma." we wish her the best. we turn now to a "gma" exclusive, two transgender high school runners, well, they're kick up dust in connecticut taking the top spots at the girls championship leaving parents wondering if they have an unfair advantage. linsey davis is here and you sat down with the track stars to talk all about it. >> reporr: that's right, michael. we're talking about a subject that is so sensitive that andrayand terry, who you're about to meet, felt that it was so important when they told their parents their secret, they
did it by text. terry miller and andraya yearwood dominating the competition at the girls track and field championships in connecticut earlier this month. coming in first and second place respectively. and while it was a state race, their wins are making national headlines. not because of what they did, but because of who they are. two transgender girls. when was the first time either of you found any kind of opposition to you participating on the girls' team? >> i was expecting it so every day i would go home, search up track and field high school, terry miller. >> reporter: because you wanted to know what people were saying? >> yeah. >> reporter: some were harsh. critics complaining they both have an unfair advantage since they were born boys. at what point do you decide, actually, it's more appropriate for me to the be on the girls' team and competing with other girls? >> i decided that the summer before ninth grade.
>> reporter: they've both started hormone therapy. and say that for the most part, they have been welcomed by friends, family, coaches, and administrators with open arms. but there is some backlash from parents and students. two petitions were started in an attempt to change the rule of the governor -- governing body of interscholastic sports and say they are entitled to participate based on their gender identity. >> the girl athletes are at a physical disadvantage compared to the transgender female. >> reporter: bianca started one of those petitions, after her daughter lost to them. >> they have naturally testosterone in their body that has been proven to give a physical advantage in sports. >> reporter: the mom who was unaware that the girls were already undergoing hormone therapy, has font a little over 100 signatures.
medical science tells us that estrogen hormone therapy does change the body. changing some lean muscle to fat. of course everyone is different. andraya's parents say her well-being is most important. >> track is number 100 on my list of concerns. i'm talking about raising a child for life. sit fair that that child is excluded? is it fair that child doesn't feel like they have a place to belong? >> it allows her to be who she wants to be. that has a little more weight than a medal. >> reporter: the rules vary. in seven states including texas, students must play on the team that matches their birth certificate or have undergone surgery or have had extended hormone therapy. while the ncaa retires the completion of one year of testostero testosterone suppression. what do you want to say to other
transgender youth, young people, teens who are out there really struggling through this process? >> just follow your heart. don't let other people determine what you do in life. >> let's play devil's advocate for a moment and just imagine that you were both born girls. and then all of a sudden, you had two boys who identified as being girls and they said, hey, we're going to be on your team. and maybe now, you're not performing as well because they are better. >> i'm not going to discourage you or try to stay, oh, it's not fair. it would just push me to run faster. >> i would be happy for them because they get to do what they want. they're happy. so that, in turn, should make me happy. >> they're brave and different from everybody. >> reporter: just to be clear the here who started the petition said she would like to see the girls sit out for a year after hormone therapy before competing with other girls. this is, of course, sparking a
lot of debate. and something schools are dealing with. an estimated 150,000 teens identify as transgender. >> a very interesten on both sides the. >> you can see. compelling argument on both. >> we'll go over to ginger. >> all right, guys, i don't know that we have actually had a nicer morning for a party in the park. but we are doing it this morning. and my friend, izzy, if you had one bebe rexha song what would you want to hear? >> "the way i are."
and now we go to a daughter's fight for justice for her murdered mother. popular new jersey radio host april kauffman was found dead six years ago. her daughter insooising -- insisting her step father was responsible. and deborah roberts has been following it. >> i've been following it for years. a story that is really kind of worthy of a "sopranos" episode that involves a power couple, dark secrets and lies and a motorcycle gang and investigators say medical fraud. the unbelievable drama came to life when prosecutors decided to aggressively pursue a cold murder case. thursday, may 10, 2012. april kauffman is found shot to death on her bedroom floor. >> this is dr. kauffman.
i just got called by my housekeeper that my wife is face down on the floor. >> okay. a popular radio host -- >> love being here to bring you the truth. unvarnished and unbuttoned. >> reporter: it sent shock waves through linwood where april and her husband jim kauffman lived. >> authorities are not releasing details, but it appears kauffman's shooting death was not random. >> reporter: her daughter kim pak strongly suspects her stepfather and sets out on a crusade. it seems kauffman has an airtight alibi. that's him entering a local convenience store at the same time she's been gunned down. >> he said, listen. i've been advised not to speak to anybody about this.
he's like, you might need to really start to realize that is never going to be solved. i said i'm not going to realize that because i will never stop finding out. and i walked away and never spoke to him again. >> reporter: and that wouldn't be the end. >> he went after my mom's life insurance policy. >> reporter: and your reaction? >> no way. because you know what? this is my only attempt to maybe get some and the and the truth would start to come out? >> reporter: kim files a wrongful death suit against her step father, and forced him to answer questions4 1/2 hours in this video deposition, getting drilled on everything from his love of guns -- >> how many guns do you own? >> approximately 18. >> reporter: -- to the moment he saw his wife's lifeless body on the floor. >> i ran upstairs. i looked and side and saw april lying there and she wasn't moving. >> reporter: that testimony would lead to a dramatic series of events, an explosive revelations of a dark and secret live.
tonight our "20/20" cameras will take you deep inside there investigation to the murder scene and even to the maximum security jail, michael, where i spent some time to learn a little bit more about the final twist in this story. it is really jaw-dropping. >> you say you spent five years covering this. >> well, we been on it for five years. i jumped into it recently. and it's quite a revelation. >> everyone out there, see deborah's full report tonight on "20/20" at 10:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. coming up, party in the park with bebe rexha. live so don't go anywhere. we'll be right back.
good morning. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui for "abc7 mornings." police in arizona have determined this safety driver form a self-driving uber suv may face manslaughter charged. the man was streaming hulu and watching "the voice" right before she hit and killed a pedestrian in march. san francisco-based uber is declining to comment. of course, we're going to continue to track that story. but right now, we're going to talk to sue hall with your friday morning traffic. we're going straight to berkeley. we're going to 80 westbound. if you look closely right below the overcrossing on the right-hand shoulder, there is a police car, a motorcycle. the ambulance just left the scene. it's not blocking a lane now
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i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in th community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. and we made it to friday. now the hottest days are right ahead of us. in the 50s and 60s, even some 70s already in clear lake, brentwood and down in los gatos. here's one of those days that's going to be hot and have poor air quality. our east bay hills and the santa clara valley, and that will continue through tomorrow. everything is good, except it's going to be hot taking mass transit today. our hottest day's tomorrow, and from 11:00 in the morning to
8:00 in the evening, that's when our heat advisory is, reggie. >> i can already smell the sunscreen. all right, thank you, mike. another abc7 news update in 30 minutes. "gma" continues right now. ♪ welcome back to "gma." we've got an amazing crown here in central park this morning. and they are ready for our party in the park with bebe rexha..... >> we have been watching them warm up, not only beebe but her dance team. it is incredible. her new album "expectations" drops today. and who is ready to hear bebe perform? here she is with her song "i'm a mess." take it away. ♪
♪ everything's been so messed up here lately pretty sure he don't wanna be my baby ♪ ♪ oh he don't love me he don't love me ♪ ♪ he don't love me he don't love me but that's okay ♪ ♪ 'cause i love me, yeah, i love me, yeah, i love me, yeah, i love myself anyway hey ♪ ♪ everything's gonna be all right everything's gonna be okay ♪ ♪ it's gonna be a good, good life ♪ ♪ that's what my therapist say come on everything's gonna be all right ♪ ♪ everything's gonna be just fine ♪ ♪ it's gonna be a good, good life ♪ ♪ i'm a mess i'm a loser i'm a hater i'm a user ♪ ♪ i'm a mess for your love it ain't new i'm obsessed i'm embarrassed ♪ ♪ i don't trust no one around us i'm a mess for your love it ain't new ♪ make some noise! ♪
♪ nobody shows up unless i'm paying have a drink on me cheers to the failing ♪ ♪ oh he don't love me he don't love me he don't love me he don't love me ♪ ♪ but that's okay hey 'cause i love me yeah i love me ♪ ♪ yeah, i love me, yeah, i love myself anyway hey ♪ ♪ everything's gonna be all right everything's gonna be okay ♪ ♪ it's gonna be a good, good life that's what my therapist say ♪ ♪ everything's gonna be all right everything's gonna be just fine ♪ >> new york city cow make some noise? ♪ i'm a mess, i'm a loser ♪ i'm a hater, i'm a user ♪ i'm a mess for your love it ain't new i'm obsessed i'm embarrassed ♪ ♪ i don't trust no one around us i'm a mess for your love it ain't new ♪
♪ hey ♪ ♪ everything's gonna be all right, all right ♪ ♪ just fine just fine new york city! one, two, three. ♪ i'm a mess, i'm a loser ♪ i'm a hater, i'm a user ♪ i'm a mess for your love it ain't new ♪ ♪ i'm obsessed i'm embarrassed ♪ i don't trust no one around us i'm a mess for your love it ain't new ♪ ♪
movie. and the wasp herself is here. evangeline lilly, ladies and gentlemen. you know how much i love you. oh. and the world does too and this movie, it is a star-studded cast. you are going all around the world letting people know. i understand at the premiere in taiwan, there was an orchestra to kick things off. >> an orchestra, oh, my god -- that's loud. hi. hi, america. i'm here. an orchestra. we were in front of the most incredible ancient buildings. it was so glamorous. i felt really fancy. >> oh, my gosh. >> it was good. >> had to be a lot of fun. >> in taiwan and china "ant-man" the first film resonated so deeply because of the family dynamic so there is avid fans. you know, the poster was cassie. paul's daughter. it wasn't me, it wasn't paul, it was cassie that father/daughter dynamics resonates. >> that's what is so great. about the marvel franchise.
it is, at the end of the day, about family. i hear you think you have the coolest, most comfortable marvel suit in the marvel universe. >> don't i have the coolest suit in the marvel universe? i do. >> didn't you run into a little difficulty because you enjoy a little eating and it was a little confining? >> i like to eat. i am a big eater. i eat all day and big quantities and i'm wearing a corset in that suit and now know why women didn't use to eat. it's so uncomfortable to eat in a corset. you have to eat tiny little delicate nibbles all the time. >> y'all want to so a clip? here it is. "ant-man and the wasp." ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> now, i saw the tweet. because i do follow you on social media. did somebody think they spotted you and gave you like they were scouting you for an acting gig and didn't realize who you are? come on. >> i don't think that's that difficult. i had a woman sitting beside me trying to scout me for the duration of the flight. she's like, you have potential. i'm telling you, sweetheart. you could be a model. you could be an actress and i was like, no, no, i'm not interested in the industry. i'm -- actually i'm a writer. she was like, oh, you see. you could write scripts. >> little did she know. because i fell in love with you like so many people. "lost," oh, my goodness. "lost." [ applause ] i can't let you go the finale.
what exactly was going on? what? can you put to it an end for us? >> i'm never going to live down that finale. i didn't write it. it's not my fault. i actually loved our finale. what i loved about our finale was throughout the show we asked our audience to ask themselves and each other the big questions of life. every episode ended with a big question. and if at the end, we e gave you the answers, then, instead of being art, we would now be relidge you. we would be telling you what to think. but instead, we asked you the biggest question of all. what is it really all about? what is this? what is going on? and you have to find those answers in you, robin. >> all is forgiven. you are a good writer. that was good. that was really good. all the best to you and all you do and really appreciate the talent that you shared with us and just wish you all the best. evangeline lilly, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> we can't wait for more bebe rexha. but for now back to michael. >> all right, thank you, ginger. i'm here with one of my favorite, grammy winner bebe rexha. born and raised in new york. and you're getting ready to perform live right here in central park. it's a huge morning. your album comes out today called "expectations." can't wait to pick it up. and you should, too. go and get it, everybody. you have worked with so many incredible artists. "monster" and rihanna and eminem and as a singer do you have a dream collaboration? >> i would love to work with beyonce. >> beyonce. >> yeah, that's my dream. >> i can see it. i can bebe and bey. >> yeah, green bey and princess be? >> i like that. i like that. the audience likes it as well.
>> she's the queen. she's the queen. >> you have such a connection because you've been up front with struggles with anxiety. >> yes. >> what advice do you have for somebody out there suffering with anxiety? and how were you able to get control of yours? >> i think through music. i think music and talking to people and i think that, you know, the one thing i told my fans you're not alone. i always wanted to look up to certain artists like pink and no doubt and alanis morissette and madonna so if i could be -- if i could help a couple of girls or guys that feel that way, just listen to the music and talk to their friends. >> i'm sure you've done that. you are up for some radio disney award tonight. >> yeah. >> yes, she is. but, you know, we'll jump the gun a little bit. you actually, you have won two awards. >> no way. >> and we're going to bring them out to you right now. there we go. [ cheers and applause ] and the awards are for the freshest, best new artist and also the best collaboration
mashup with florida georgia line. and you got to be excited for that. [ cheers and applause ] oh. you deserve it, bebe. you more than deserve it. people love you. we love you. we appreciate you. we're so happy. you deserve these awards. >> because like my first award that i got like this. it's cool. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, let me tell you how we'll do this. you got to dry your pretty tears because you're going to sing for us right now. >> i broke it. i broke it. oh no. >> you didn't break it because i'll fix it. >> i broke it. >> i'll take these and let you focus. >> did i really win those? >> you won those. these are yours. it is time now for our party in the park. >> okay. >> with you, bebe rexha, and here she is with one of the songs of summer. my girls have been singing it all summer long. i don't know how you'll do it with over 1 billion streams
here's bebe rexha with "meant to be." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ baby lay on back and relax kick your pretty feet up on my dash ♪ ♪ no need to go nowhere fast let's enjoy right here where we at ♪ ♪ who knows where this road is supposed to lead we got nothing but time ♪ ♪ as long as you're right here next to me everything's gonna be all right ♪ ♪ if it's meant to be it'll be, it'll be ♪ ♪ baby, just let it be ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, baby just let it be ♪ ♪ so won't you ride with me ride with me see where this thing goes ♪ ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, baby, if it's meant to
be ♪ ♪ i don't mean to be so uptight but my heart's been hurt a couple times ♪ ♪ by a couple guys that didn't treat me right i ain't gon' lie, ain't gon' lie ♪ ♪ 'cause i'm tired of the fake love show me what you're made of boy make me believe ♪ >> come on, girls. ♪ oh hold up don't you know you're beautiful and it's easy to see ♪ ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, baby, just let it be ♪ ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, baby, just let it be ♪ ♪ so won't you ride with me ride with me see where this thing goes ♪ ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, baby, if it's meant to be ♪ >> let me hear you scream. ♪ so c'mon ride with me ride with me see where this thing goes ♪ ♪ so c'mon ride with me ride
with me, baby, if it's meant to be ♪ ♪ maybe we do maybe we don't ♪ maybe we will maybe we won't ♪ but if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be ♪ >> come on, hands up. ♪ baby, just let it be sing it. ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be, c'mon ♪ ♪ baby, just let it be let's go ♪ ♪ so won't you ride with me ride with me ♪ ♪ see where this thing goes if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be ♪ ♪ baby, if it's meant to be ♪ if it's meant to be, it'll be, it'll be ♪ ♪ baby, if it's meant to be if it's meant to be ♪ ♪ it'll be, it'll be, baby, if it's meant to be ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" summer concert series sponsored by king's hawaiian foods. irresistible since 1950.
what a great way to kick off the weekend. the first friday of the summer back now with bebe rexha, this is "ferrari." [ applause ] ♪ every day is a blur sometimes i can't tell what day it is ♪ ♪ don't know what day it is can you tell me what day it is ♪ ♪ life's passing by 'cause i'm out chasing empty highs ♪ ♪ every hello just means good-bye ♪ ♪ but i'm looking for more this time ♪ ♪ can we start to slow it down
can we learn to live right now ♪ ♪ i just want to feel it all ♪ ooh, ooh ♪ i'm on a ferrari pulled off on mulholland drive over the city the lights are so pretty from up here ♪ ♪ i'm a ferrari and after the party is done i keep on going missing the moments ♪ ♪ living in the fast lane is getting kind of lonely yeah ♪ ♪ whoo ooh, ooh-ooh whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh
♪ living in the fast lane is getting kind of lonely ♪ ♪ whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh living in the fast lane is getting kind of lonely ♪ ♪ got a heavy heart 'cause it's still beating on its own ♪ ♪ might be going out in the crowd but i'm still coming home alone ♪ ♪ not trying to say i'm not grateful for everything i'm just going too fast to see ♪ ♪ all the good things in front of me ♪ ♪ i'm a ferrari pulled off on mulholland drive over the city the lights are so pretty from up here ♪ ♪ i'm a ferrari and after the party is done i keep on going missing the moments ♪ >> come on, make some noise. ♪ living in the fast lane is getting kind of lonely whoo,
ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh ♪ living in the fast lape is getting kind of lonely whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh woo, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh ♪ ♪ whoo, ooh, ooh-ooh living in the fast lane is getting kind of lonely ♪ ♪ i'm a ferrari pulled off on mulholland drive over the city the lights are so pretty from up here ♪ ♪ i'm a ferrari and after the party is done i keep on going missing the moments ♪ ♪ living in the fast lane is getting kind of lonely ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
crystal geyser. always bottled at the mountain source. naturally. good morning. you made to to friday. congrats. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." mike nicco, i know that it's time to get out the short-sle e short-sleeved t-shirts and bathing suits. >> anything you can to stay cool, absolutely, reggie. hi, everybody. the clouds won't last long at th coast today. the pool, good place to be. the coast with the 60s and if you're on the bay today, not much of a breeze and not many waves. temperatures spread, look at this, 68 at half moon bay to 102 in antioch. even hotter tomorrow. be careful. here's sue. >> all right, we are headed to the richmond-san rafael bridge, earlier accident clearing out of lanes, but we do have still a bit of a backup towards the richmond parkway headed westbound on 580 on the span over towards marin county. and an earlier accident right under -- still there, right
under the university overcrossing, right-hand shoulder. it's still slow. >> okay, sue, thank you. time now for "live with kelly and ryan" and we'll see you again at >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan." today, from "black panther, actress letitia wright. and you won't want to miss joel mchale. plus the hosts try to identify some liquefied foods. yummy! and tune in for your chance to win a luxurious caribbean vacation. that's all next on "live." >> ♪ all i wanna say is ♪ i got the real thing >> announcer: now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. >> ryan: good morning. [cheers and applause] >> ♪ i love you like that ♪ i love you like that >> hi! >> ryan: what's up? >> ♪ i love you like that ♪ i love you like that ♪ ♪ i love you like that ♪ i love u