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>> in this envelope on the five nominees for musical event of the year. >> here we go. >>eady coming down from >> "burning man," dierks bentley featuring brothers osborne. "dear hate," maren morris featuring vince gill. "drown the whiskey," jason the south to northeast. and now a new system is on the move. aldean, featuring miranda 16 states from arkansas to new lambert. "everything's gonna be all york on alert for heavy rain and snow, while out west, firefighters battle new flames right," david lee murphy with kenny chesney. erupting overnight. this fast-moving fire breaking out right in backyards. panicked families racing to evacuate. and finally, "meant to be," bebe rexha and florida georgia line. would you do the honors? first lady feud. >> okay, and the winner is -- melania trump calls for the firing of a top aide in a rare public statement. "everything's gonna be all why she says this adviser no right," david lee murphy with longer deserves the honor of kenny chesney. [ cheers ] serving, amid new reports of a top level white house shake-up. the changes that could be coming >> and they couldn't be here but to the trump administration. amazon outrage. they said they hope we're warm. >> yeah. backlash growing over the retail >> all right, our second category, ed, are you ready? giant's decision to split their >> idy new headquarters between new >> ed, we thank you. york and the d.c. area. >> thank you, ed.
now, hundreds of cities wondering, was a nationwide okay, the nominees for music video of the year are, "babe," contest all a ruse, and what will happen to all that information they handed over? sugarland, featuring taylor abc news exclusive. swift. >> let's go. what monica lewinsky has never >> "cry pretty," carrie underwood. revealed before, the toll of her relationship with president clinton -- "drunk girl," chris janson. >> i remember looking out the window and thinking that the only way to fix this was to kill myself. "marry me," thomas rhett. >> what she's revealing about the first time he seemed to notice her. and "tequila," dan + shay. [ applause ] >> oh, no. >> oh, no. what she did to get his attention and now her message >> a dramatic moment. it's like the moment at the for hillary clinton, only on "gma" this morning. oscars. >> the cmas have their drama ride-sharing alert. our station's new undercover investigation. a potential danger for kids too. okay, here we go. taking uber and lyft alone. the teen who says she was nearly >> and the winner, the cma, for music video of the year, "marry me," thomas rh kidnapped. and a celebration fit for a prince. congratulations to the winners. the brand-new royal portraits celebrating prince charles' big day. we have more coming up, "gma" on the cmas in the next half hour. right now, though, we head little louis, george and charlotte all there behind the back to you guys in new york. royal family's most candid photos ever. >> quite a duo that we have
there in nashville. now to our "gma" cover story and that big change designed to ♪ and tonight's gonna be curb e-cigarette sales to minors. e-cigarette company juul announcing they will stop selling most of their flavored a good night ♪ and good morning, america. products in stores and eliminate welcome to a very chilly morning some of their social media accounts and, amy, you're back here in new york city. with that. good morning. >> good morning to you, robin. >> but it's warm in here again because robin is back from and this move comes after a chicago hanging out with michelle obama. major crackdown by the fda in which they called vaping among >> i think i brought the chill back. teenagers an epidemic. >> you may have done that. >> remove its colored cap and >> it was a little cold there. insert it into your juul. >> reporter: in the face of >> i loved yesterday. massive government pressure, that was amazing to watch you interview michelle obama and her brother, really, really great e-cigarette company juul will no longer sell some of its product interview. >> really appreciated everybody's reaction to that. on store shelves. >> don't give up. good to be home. we are going to begin this morning with that nasty winter storm that is targeting the you'll find your perfect puff. >> reporter: removing popular eastern u.s. flavors that critics say appeal millions waking up to those bone-chilling temperatures from texas to the east coast, now to children and teens, mango, possible nor'easter is on the way bringing rain and snow. fruit, cream and cucumber will now only be available online. rob is tracking that for us this morning. the company has long maintained good morning, rob. good morning, robin. you are feeling it, the cold air they launched the flavors to help adults switch from regular is already in place, we've got to u tir product. this coming as the government lake-effect snow squalls doing havoc here. the capital district of albany, prepares to crack down on the new york, this is what it looks industry with many local officials already taking action. like this morning, accumulating "gma investigates" was right
there as new york city's department of consumer affairs snow there and now a snow squall south of albany. but look at these advisories including heavy rain from the recently sent an underage teen carolinas across north georgia to local stores who tried to buy and winter storm advisories e-cigarette products. >> how old are you? >> huh? and winter storm advisories, >> how old are you? >> 19. back through st. louis, with >> you have to be 21 to buy this. this storm that will be riding up the coastline, heavy rain for the carolinas but then running into that colder air. we'll see a wintry mix throughout the day tomorrow afternoon. mostly away from the coastline >> reporter: while some stores you will see accumulations, in some places over 6 inches of snow, even along i-95 and some followed the law others didn't, and one handed out multiple violation. >> this is nicotine. of the big cities will see some you can't sell it. wet, slushy accumulations, a hint that winter is just around the corner. >> reporter: out of 11 stores >> it sure is. thank you, rob. that sold e-cigarettes, michael. >> thank you, robin. now to dangerous fires out dca says nearly half sold to the youth inspector. west. at one location, we even see an electronic backstop which overnight a new blaze erupting reminds the clerk to ask for east of los angeles near a freeway in san bernardino county. i.d. but he seemed to ignore it the fast-moving flames tearing and the inspector later confronted him. through people's backyards, >> the system asked for i.d. fueled by strong winds, scaring families who packed up their cars to evacuate. firefighters say they're making good progress containing it. but up north the death toll is still rising from the camp fire okay.ask too, but today, i t i which has now claimed at least >>eporter: our gio benitez was there as officials in suffolk 48 lives and a desperate search county, new york, th theocung pe
is still under way for the know hundreds of people possibly put out there that somehow these are completely safe, the missing. abc's eva pilgrim is in alternative to cigarettes, so we paradise, california, with more. don't have anything to worry good morning, eva. about but the fact of the matter >> reporter: michael, the vast destruction is indescribable. is that we have kids that are utilizing these and we're at stretching on for miles and risk that these kids and this generation can become addicted to nicotine, and that's a miles. serious health problem. this morning, with so many >> reporter: in addition to people still missing, authorities now publishing a eliminating some of its social media accounts it won't use them list to help find answers for their families. to promote those products, and as a mom of teenagers it is up and down california this certainly a step in the right morning the state is still direction. smoldering, the woolsey fire, >> the least they can do. >> yeah, curb that. the largest ever in l.a. county, more than 400 structures if anything, it tries to addict destroyed. you to nicotine so curb that now >> the only other challenging before it gets too far ahead. incident that i've been in of this magnitude was hurricane thank you so much, amy. now we turn to the royals. celebrating prince charles' 70th birthday. the family releasing new photos katrina in 2005. with all the grandkids, including little prince louis, >> reporter: up north, complete and diane macedo has more details. destruction. most of paradise gone. >> reporter: this morning, prince charles is celebrating everywhere you look charred his 70th birthday. remains, reminders of what used to be here. more than 8,800 buildings the ce is marking the destroyed. >> everything is burned to the milestone with new photos surrounded by what he values
ground. >> reporter: this, the deadliest fire in california history. most, his inin 48 killed. more than 200 still missing. princess charlotte and even little prince louis. >> about the same time as 52,000 people evacuated, still not being allowed back in. george, my grandson was born, so it's really george's. >> we're still trying to contain the fire because it is not contained. >> reporter: the prince often makes clear his grandchildren are never far from his mind. prince harry also paid tribute the other is trying to find to his skills as a father in a new bbc documentary. >> he's done an amazing job and without telling us what we folks who have been reported should be doing, he's just let missing. in some cases finding remains us learn from the nature of the and trying to identify those remains. >> reporter: this morning, harrowing tales of survival. >> it's okay, momma. oh, god. job let alone from him, let >> reporter: watch this dramatic video as amber tony and her alone from mummy. mother, susan miller, attempt to escape. >> reporter: and who could forget the moment the prince >> please, god, just let us get out. >> reporter: her mother crying as her daughter tries to console stepped in at the royal wedding walking meghan down the aisle at her. the two fortunate to make it out harry's request. >> for him that's a fantastic opportunity to step up and be alive. that support. alan pierce, a nurse, was and, you know, he's our father evacuating patients when he came upon a wall of flames. so, of course, he's going to be miraculously was able to turn there for us. >> reporter: now, charles is looking forward to doing the same for his newest grandchild around. as harry and meghan expect a >> this bulldozer comes out of baby of their own.
nowhere, knocks the truck on its side and that bulldozer cleared a path and was >> hopefully more grandchildren able to turn around in the woods. >> reporter: don, one of the few to come but it sounds like harry left behind, armed with just a shovel. the 73-year-old and his wife fought to save their property tyd meghan might be planning and their lives for more than 15 hours. we hado ter. the water went off at 10:00. forat buckingm ce repter: after days of mingless yr art.hasa rn. worrying, this family of 19 reunited. this morning, many more families still waiting. michael, authorities have a lot of work left to do. they have to go plot by plot. we have a second camera to show >> but for the prince, nothing like a birthday to bring the you what they have to sift family together. through. >> absolutely. now to ginger who is in this is just one home. tokyo, hey, ginger. they have to go through this to >> we're on a mission to do good. share the ears. search both for safety reasons and for people. create ears. michael. >> all right, just devastating, eva. are there any plans for getting put mickey ears on. share it publicly. all those people back home? >> reporter: michael, there's no timeline on when people will be put the hashtag share the ears. able to return, one of the
reasons for that, the air quality here is still very much patrice, we're halfway there. toxic. all of things that burned in the you don't have dog but you have fire -- cars, propane tanks -- something else. >> i have a guinea pig a just not safe for, eva, ande seg thousands of homes and buildings are gone. actor liam hemsworth sharing this photo showing what's left of his home with fiance miley cyrus in mald out in big letters. hemsworth praising the people of malibu for coming together, helping each other out and thanking the here firefighters around california, writing, i >> you know what, we discussed it. it's definitely the jet lag. love you guys, i love you, malibu. >> amazing, the work they've we're 14 hours ahead and we done. >> it really is. we go to washington now and don't know where we are but we that looming shake-up in the do know we love tokyo disneyland. white house. an unhappy president trump signaling major new moves as the >> yes, we do. first lady issues a rare public >> you got to see it. attack calling for a top >> reporter: we've made it to the kingdom of dreams and magic. national security official to be
fired. our chief white house the first-ever international correspondent jon karl tracking it all. in the wake of the midterms a disney resort, its magical gates opened in 1983. lot of tumult in the west wing. >> reporter: good morning, >> konnichiwa. george, no question about that. i can't believe we made it. the president has actually kept a low profile over the last tokyo dieyland. few days but there are indications that he is about to shake things up in the west can't wait to start our day. wing. there are signs of major changes >> reporter: japan is home to coming from the white house. tokyo disneyland and tokyo multiple senior officials tell disney sea with more than 30 million guests per year. abc news the president is poised it boasts more than 21,000 cast to fire homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen in the coming weeks. the president has complained privately that she's been too weak on illegal immigration, and and a w incarnation of childhood favorite, 20,000 leagues under the sea. officials believe that if she goes, her ally in the west wing, chief of staff john kelly, will likely go too. there she blows. all of this as the notoriously this park is made up of seven private first lady is asserting herself in a way she never has themed ports, including the arabian coast, a fun nod to "aladdin" complete with its own before, taking aim at a key palace. the mediterranean harbor, its player on the president's west wing staff. watery canals and gondola rides the first lady called for the firing of deputy national ion offfe dviser mira ricardel. really feels like you're in italy and the american waterfront where patrice and i heir ly at she no got to take in all the excitement on the electric ngvethhor of
railway. >> the american waterfront. serving in this white house,dy' steamboat mickey. >> oh, look at the little boat. in a written statement. >> oh, yeah. it came less than an hour after ricardel was seen smiling over the president's shoulder at a white house event. white house sources tell abc >> reporter: tokyo is also known for its popcorn mania. over the years there's been a news the first lady became irritated with ricardel over the planning of her africa trip last rotating list of 25 different popcorn flavors and today there are ten for sale including strawberry, garlic shrimp and month and that she felt ricardel soy sauce and butt treated her staff with t toti disrespect. that's an ad. on that trip, the first lady let's tst told abc's tom llamas there were people on the president's staff that she did not trust. >> he's been in office now almost two years. has he had people that you didn't trust working for him? >> yes. >> did you let him know? >> i let him know. >> and what did he do? >> some people, they don't work j just like a honey, maybe. hon there anymore. >> reporter: despite the first lady's extraordinary call for her ouster, ricardel still has a >> chocolate. salt and pepper. job here at the white house, at >> barbecue. >> let's try this one. least for now. >> tastes a little caramelized. in fact, george, there are senior officials here actively >> strawberry. defending her, including one >> that's not strawberry, call me cindy. >> we got it. that pointed out that she is one >> i got one!
of the m right now. and, jon, previously chief of staff john kelly said he would >> yay! stay as chief of staff through these are not new handbags. this is what the popcorn come 2020 but, right now, a lot of intense jockeying to replace him. >> reporter: absolutely. in. the lines were huge when it came out and i know why. the leading candidate right now all right, stay with us. appears to be nick ayers, he's the chief of staff to vice president pence. he's 36 years old but he has extensive experience in the political realm, but there will beusdier bentleyrebyooglhome be a fight over this position just as there is a fight over every position in this white beusdier bentleyrebyooglhome mi.help at a glance house. one other name i have heard mentioned is treasury secretary steven mnuchin. >> that would be a big move. jon karl, thanks very much. robin. now to the trial of notorious mexican drug lord joaquin "el chapo" guzman. day one, already bringing courtroom drama. opening arguments delayed because two of the anonymous jurors had to be replaced. whit johnson is there at the courthouse in brooklyn where there is, as you can imagine, heavy security. good morning, whit. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. this courthouse is operating like a fortress right now. joaquin "el chapo" guzman is facing 17 counts including drug trafficking, kidnapping and
murder. those two jurors already dismissed highlighting the heavy burden on a jury in a trial expected to last four months. this morning, the intensely guarded trial of joaquin "el chapo" guzman off to a dramatic start before opening arguments even began. el chapo is accused of being involved in dozens of murders, smuggling more than 200 tons of cocaine and conducting billions of dollars in drug deals in the u.s. and around the world. el chapo's reputation for being ruthless has earned unprecedented security for the jury who will remain anonymous throughout the trial. a juror delivering a handwritten note to the judge explaining that the trial was causing her anxiety and other medical issues. the judge, fearing a breakdown of crying, removed her from the jury. u.s. marshals escorting them good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. to and from court every day for >> hi. good morning. their safety. i'm jessica castro from abc 7 mornings. and we're tracking a major crash outside, the largest security in the north bay. a u.p.s. truck hit a sedan that was sitting in the middle of
in the history of the courthouse. northbound highway 101. and this is near railroad el chapo held in avenue. the u.p.s. truck full of solitary confinement after two packages caught fire and the hollywood-style jailbreaks driver broke an arm. including this tunnel used to escape a mexican prison in 2015. no one was in the stalled sedan. his wife seen entering court tuesday where his defense team argued guzman was just the fall alexis smith has our traffic guy for corrupt governments. update now. alexis, amazing that guy only broke his arm. >> yeah, so fortunate and so now, el chapo has pleaded not glad those were some relatively guilty in this case. pretty minor injuries there. overnight, prosecutors already filed a motion asking the judge we have some lanes blocked in that situation. to dismiss the entire opening it is a sig alert. northbound 101 at railroad statements from the defense avenue. the two right lanes are blocked arguing it was all based on and that new estimate for hearsay and evidence that was determined to be inadmissible. everything to be back open is about 10:00 a.m. this morning. we'll see what happens later that was just a big mess to clean up. today when opening statements are set to continue. here you go, live look outside, michael. walnut creek, southbound 680 crawling along. a ton of smoke and unhealthy air >> all right, we'll keep our eye on that. once again for your commute. thank you so much, whit. jessica? now to that amazon backlash. >> w the online retail giant facing growing questions about splitting their headquarters between new york and the d.c. area after hosting a nationwide competition. abc's rebecca jarvis has the latest.wing or az's
decision to move its two new headquarters to new york city and arlington, virginia. amazon says the hq2 project will ♪ include a $5 billion investment, creating as many as 50,000 high-paying jobs split between the two cities. >> it's a great day for new york city. ♪ it's an extraordinary day for queens. >> reporter: but not everyone is celebrating. >> we don't like to lose. this does not make us happy. >> reporter: critics say the connecting people... ...uniting the world. yearlong competition between 238 ♪♪ cities was just a ploy by amazon to get its hands on a treasure trove of powerful information and that data including transportation, real estate and workforce development plans for cities across the country. >> will it be used in the future to target customers? >> this is a perplexing question because we're talking about ti groly available information their education systems and ortation ssp ere anything t acquireewme, to
target consumers with specific advertising now that you have this information? >> i don't think it's really applicable to a business use. it really was all about deciding the best location for -- to find employees and to attract employees. >> reporter: and while many in new york and virginia are excited about the new headquarters, some locals are concerned that it will impact now your accuweather the infrastructure and forecast with mike nicco. affordable housing prices. >> there's a small spot and a temporary spot of some clean air amazon says that they'll be on the peninsula from about the using all that valuable data san mateo bridge down to 237 in that they collected through this process to make choices about the south bay. but i think all of us are going future locations and investments. to go red once again like we did they are investing in a handful of other places as well, putting yesterday. jessica asked a great question. employees there too. there you go, starting saturday, that's when the air moderates as >> wow. cities that lost out do not like it at all. the winds change and eventually bring us a >> no one wants to be a loser. ♪ring us a >> people that lost out didn't like it, of course. we're in new york and welcome back to "gma." they're complaining about getting it. we're live in times square and >> that's true. >> you can't win. now to new developments in the viral prom photo story from we are also in nashville for the wisconsin, where high school cma awards.
students were seen giving a nazi lara is there gearing up for the salute. two of them offering a different awards tonight and, lara, what's explanation for the image caught on camera but the school district is under pressure to going on in the e , . tl, take action. t.j. holmes is on the courthouse steps where the photo was taken. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. cma award winner, friend of "gma," nominee this accusations of racism in this town of 12,000 after that one year, congratulations. photo taken on these steps went are you nervous about tonight? >> excited worldwide. one student in the photo, who >> good. i love it. so, we're on the top of his bar, whiskey row, nashville, great had his arm in the air is spot. dierks is performing on the cmas telling the world don't believe your own eyes and also says it was the photographer who but he's giving us a preview. instructed them to take the photo and also demonstrated the are you ready? salute for them. >> i'm ready. >> right now, here's dierks with two students in this his number one hit, "woman, now-infamous photo are speaking amen" from his album "the mountain." up, offering their explanations ♪ for why the group posed in this pre-prom photo that appears to show most of them with their arms raised in a nazi salute. one student, brock turkington, ♪ whoa oh says it all started with the photographer. >> he demonstrated by sticking his arm up like kind of what the salute looked like so we all kind of imitated it.
>> reporter: that photographer, peter gust, gave a different explanation to local reporters. ♪ i'd lose my way yeah i'd lose my mind ♪ >> i said to them, okay, boys, you're going to say good-bye to your parents, so wave. by the time i took the picture ♪ if i faced one day on my own i know i was saved the night there are all different stages that she gave this drifter's ♪ of waving good-bye. >> reporter: brock now apologizes to anyone the incident has hurt. >> sorry for what happened. ♪ i'll never say it near enough like, we don't want anybody to think that it was bad thank god for this woman, amen ♪ intentioned. >> reporter: jonathan shiper, the only african-american student in the photo, says his classmates aren't racists but ♪ whoa oh whoa oh tells abc news how hard it's been for him now that the photo is out there and in particular because of this now-deleted ♪ this world has a way of tweet captioned, we even got the black kid to throw it up. >> people just hitting me up like are you the kid from that shaking your faith picture, like why would you i've been broken again and again ♪ ♪ but i need all the cracks in throw that up like you clearly my shattered heart 'cause that's see in the picture my hands is where her love gets in ♪ to my side. i was minding my own business. i wasn't even looking at the ♪ hey camera. >> reporter: he says the hand gesture used by one classmate that some thought was a white ♪ every night i should be on my knees lord knows how lucky i am ♪ supremacist sign was actually an
unrelated joke. >> you go like this. you put it down here. ♪ i'll never say it near enough whoever looks at it you get to thank god for this woman amen ♪ punch them. that's what he was doing. he was making a joke. >> reporter: both school officials and police are looking into the matter. the school district says they me grace she gives me hope, she are investigating the situation and is working with parents, staff and local authorities. gives me strength ♪ if the gesture is what it appears to be, the district will ♪ she gives me love, love pursue any and all available and without end, yeah, i thank god, appropriate actions. without end, yeah, i thank god, for this woman, amen ♪ they are planning a community meeting to discuss the matter later this week, george. >> i'll bet they do. t.j., thanks very much. we're going to switch gears really fast. take a look at this. that is a $50 million diamond. ♪ thanks for the moon and the stars up above ♪ >> whoa. >> just sold at auction to famed jeweler harry winston who is now ♪ forgiveness of sin and your undying love ♪ ♪ every twist, every turn for the way you made sure all my calling the stone the winston roads led to her ♪ pink wegnd9 hich mns ♪ so tonight i will fall down on it rghly worth more than $2.5 million per carat. the auction house christie's my knees 'cause lord knows how lucky i am ♪ says it's a world record price for this kind of gem. >> my birthday is coming up. ♪ i'm going to shout at the top >> i was wondering who would use
the line. of my lungs thank god for this woman, amen ♪ >> yours too. >> that's right, right after yours. >> now back to rob with more dry ♪ yeah, thank god for this woman, amen ♪ condition. >> no rain in the forecast. a new fire flared up in san ♪ she gives me faith bernardino county overnight. she gives me grace ♪ they got a handle on it. but red flag warnings remain up for nearly all of southern ♪ she gives me hope california through 5:00 today. she gives me strength ♪ ♪ she gives me love, love your local forecast is just 30 without end ♪ seconds away. but right now, your windchill ♪ thank god for this woman, forecast brought to you by wells amen ♪ fargo. [ applause ]
coming up, monica lewinsky breaking her silence on falling for president clinton. how she got his attention. the bombshell new documentary that's only on "gma" this morning. and a warning for parents whose kids use uber and lyft alone. one teen says she was nearly kidnapped. our station's exclusive investigation.
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access. >> yay. >> red carpet live stream. >> that's right. >> do they understand, ben, what giving you all access means? >> i don't understand where i am right now. that's the best part in the cma awards for me, i don't know who she's people are. they're all named hunter and they're all wonderful and they all like to hug a lo awesome. >> it's great. >> you are from the north -- >> what? >> it's shocking? >> have you adapted to becoming ♪ a nashvillian? >> no, not at all. look at what you are wearing. ♪♪ it's supposed to be warm here. ♪♪ it looks like you're built for alaska. everybody hugs, i check my wallet. i don't understand a word she says. >> right. (man) hey portal, call rory. happy birthday! i have a little dry erase board (woman) what'd you get me? i carry around and i write what (man) uhhh, i got you...this! i'm saying down and flip it (woman) it's half dead. (man) just like you! (woman) oooooh! >> she has subtitles for me. >> what you guys do to get ready for a night like this. it's a big night. it's really exciting so like -- >> is there a bolero involved?
>> lots of push-ups. good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> sit-ups. >> yeah. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> burpees. >> highly trained professionals >> and good morning. that get us ready. it's 7:23. >> on the of spray paint. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. we are tracking a major crash in the north bay. >> what can we expect in your a fully loaded u.p.s. truck show. >> we're getting all the scoop crashed into a sedan that was sitting in the middle of and we're going to see all the northbound highway 101. stars as they arrive. we're excited. it's going to be great. this is near railroad avenue. >> i'm excited for the wu-tang clan/barbra streisand collaboration. >> america, that is not the u.p.s. truck full of happening. packages caught fire. the truck driver amazingly walked away, suffering a broken >> that is not happening, but it should. arm. no one was in that stalled we should wish it into fruition. barbra, you and wu-tang clan sedan. all northbound lanes of the e, how ihe doing down highway were blocked this morning. alexis smith, you're taking a look at what this is -- how this is impacting traffic right now. >> yeah, and they have oneggie the two right lanes are still closed. they were hoping to have here in the south? everything back open by 7:30, >> you're acclimating well. he had fried okra for the first time. >> it's disgusting. but i am doubtful that's going >> don't say that. you're outnumbered here. to happen. that was just a huge mess to >> i like it. >> thank you, ma'am. clean up. she doesn't like it either, i there is still a sig alert. appreciate that. we have twoanes down, >> i love the dry rub ribs. northbound 101 at railroad >> oh, yeah. >> that's the greatest thing. avenue. an y cry rub anything atsneakers and that is starting to cause a bit of a delay if you're coming this point.
from the pen grove area down to >> yeah. 5 miles an hour. >> you're doing well. you're enjoying the city. so surface streets to get around >> you said y'all the other day. that, if possible, this morning. >> and ginger lost her phone in here's a look at a very new york city the other day and the guy returned it and i said, oh, much obliged. you know when you're at ross what did i just say? moi? and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. yes! >> greatest. >> i'm turning into -- ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! >> hopefully you'll be watching that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. us. >> of course. >> absolutely. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. >> we will all be here. yes for less. you can watch the cma awards all access and then, of course, the big show, the cma awards, 6:30, but we have to get to ginger's colleague rob marciano back in times square. >> hi, rob. hi, adam. i love me some dierks bentley. great to hear that song this morning. we are inside the wells fargo mobile food bank right now. did you know that one in eight people face hunger in america each year? well, we are teaming up with our sponsor wells fargo to do something about that. this is kendall, one of them many employees from wells fargo
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♪ i'm a little bit steady but still a little bit rolling stone i'm a little bit heaven ♪ ♪ but still a little flesh and bone ♪ oh, yes, welcome back to "gma." that's country superstar dierks bentley. that's his hit "burning man" and this morning he's lighting up "gma" with a special performance live from nashville. lara is there with our special correspondent adam rippon as "gma" celebrates the cma awards. and we can't wait for that. it's always a great show. >> always. one of my favorites to watch. great performances. >> can't wait to get to nashville later. have some headlines we're following. millions up here bracing for a nor'easter, 17 states on alert from louisiana to new york and out west, the death toll is climbing from those wildfires across the state. a new fire erupted east of l.a. in san bernardino county. firefighters say they're making progress containing it. and we have a holiday travel
alert as we approach thanksgiving. tsa predicting more than 25 million people will hit the airport between this friday and thneyoity wihat thanksgiving.a. have $343 million in october will come forward today. the woman from iowa who won the ♪ other half of that, nearly $700 million prize, remember her, she was named last week. all right, we're back at >> i didn't say i was coming for "gma" at the cma awards live in it today. nashville, tennessee. >> you wouldn't be right here. on the roof of dierks bentley's it's not me, but we'll turn bar whiskey row. my new favorite place in the now to that exclusive new video of monica lewinsky talking about town with an amazing crowd of the first time she met president clinton and her regrets all such loyal fans. >> so awesome. >> i love nashville. >> yes. these years later. it's part of a revealing new >> and the man himself and your documentary and amy is here with incredible band, thank you, guys. more. i know it's a chilly morning, good morning, amy. >> hey, good morning. it's hard to keep the fingers -- >> it's good. when i feel cold i realize he's as lewinsky points out herself and did it right here on really got it bad. "good morning america" she doesn't like to talk about this and she hasn't done it very >> you know what, you sang once often. this interview is real and raw for us. you'll do it again. and she says it made her truly reflect on her role in a scandal how do you keep your energy up that nearly took down a president. when you know tonight you're not >> there is really no sense fori only a nominee but you're performing. >> oh, man, i feed off that crowd so much. just these fans have been here since 1:00 in the morning.
first time i was really in his it'll feed me the rest of the day. it's all about the fans. >> all right. if you did not know, i'm going presence. to tell you guys, dierks just finished touring and he's about >> reporter: lewinsky breaking to start again. [ applause ] her silence about her relationship with president so that's good news. but it's a lot of work and you also are a family man. you got your dad. clinton in a bombshell new how do you do it? >> stay busy. documentary entitled "the clinton affair" airing on a&e. our tour actually kicks off in canada in january. this is nice prep. >> the clinton affair -- this is a nice warm-up for canada. >> reporter: lewinsky, a great kids, great family. 22-year-old white house intern i just, you know, just being in 1995 instantly taken with the present in the moment that i'm in. president. if i'm with my kids i'm present in this clip exclusive to abc with them. when i'm with you i'm present with you. news, she describes in detail wherever i am i just continue to be there. her initial impressions of clinton. >> i was struck in a way that he had this ability to hold >> continue that present thing everybody who was there, not right here. just young women, not just older i love this and i read when women, but young men, older men, you're on tour you make a gay, straight, everybody was yearbook for every tour you go on. sort of starry-eyed in his presence. i think that's sentimental. i kind of have to laugh at my >> eight of these yearbooks, they keep growing in thickness. younger self, but that was when all the fun, craziness that happens on the road. my crush started. guys passed out on the floor, >> reporter: lewinsky then talks tired. about the first time the cold plunging, the stage antics.
president seemed to notice her. >> nice memory and do it for your team. >> when the opportunity arose to attend a departure ceremony or we would like to vote you most likely to be celebrating a birthday. come on out. [ applause ] some of the other events i did. >> oh! >> we know it's your birthday the fitime oseed soon. >> yeah. onutopilot so my crush kind of waned a bit. >> it's a little early. >> yeah. >> but we hear that you like the second time was different. whiskey-infused cupcakes. so we would like for you to take these home for your team and he, you know, paid a lot of your family. attention to me. >> wow, this is amazing. i've been walking by these he spent time sort of standing there and held my hand longer than he should have and gave cupcakes a dg back there what others have described as wondering what was going on. >> the jig is up. the full bill clinton. it feels as if you're the only it's your birthday. happy birthday to you, dierks. now we get the great present because dierks -- are you ready person standing there. the next day we had a surprise to sing? >> party for bill on the south lawn that the staff was having. i did this really silly thing. i ran home at lunchtime and i ♪ i woke up this morning at 6:01 put back on the sage green suit i had been wearing the day before when he paid attention to i walked out and saw the rising sun ♪ me and i thought, well, maybe he'll notice me again, and ♪ and i drank it in like whiskey noticed me he did. >> reporter: the six-part series takes a close look at one of the
biggest political scandals to ever face a sitting u.s. i saw a tree i've seen a thousand times ♪ president. ♪ a bird on a branch and i >> articles of impeachment against william jefferson clinton. watched it fly away in the wind and it hit me ♪ >> mr. president, your testimony is subject to the penalty of ♪ it's a beautiful world perjury. sometimes i don't see so clear ♪ do you understand that, sir? >> i do. reporter: the documentary traces the events leading up to ♪ some days you just breathe in clinton's impeachment trial but much of the focus centers around clinton's fateful relationship just tryin' to break even ♪ with then-white house intern lewinsky. ♪ sometimes your heart's pounding out of your chest ♪ ♪ sometimes it's just beating, some days you just forget ♪ ♪ what all you've been given lewinsky, now 45, reflecting some days you just get back ♪ back on her thoughts and feelings during intimate moments with the former president. >> i don't talk about this very often and i still feel ♪ and some days you're just uncomfortable talking about it because i think it's one of alive some days you're livin' those things where it's not as if it didn't register with me that's right some days you're that he was the president. livin' ♪ obviously it did. but i think in one way the moment we were actually in the ♪ well, i went back in and fired back office for the first time, the truth is is that i think it othele desired desired the coffee up she walked in the kitchen like she always does ♪ me. however wrong it was, however
♪ in my t-shirt and it killed me misguided, for who i was in that and i kissed her like it was the very moment at 22 years old, first time ♪ that was how it felt. ♪ she laughed and looked at me like i'd lost my mind ♪ >> reporter: lewinsky breaking down when she recalls being ♪ i said, baby, i love you, questioned by the fbi for the first time. can't live without you i know i >> in order to cooperate and to don't say it enough ♪ ♪ but some days you just breathe avoid charges, i would have to make phone calls, monitored in just try to break even ♪ ♪ sometimes your heart's phone calls, which they would pounding out of your chest ♪ listen in to and record, and i ♪ sometimes it's just beating might have to wear a wire and go some days you just forget ♪ see people actually in person. ♪ what all you've been given the ground completely crumbled in that moment. yeah some days you just get by ♪ i felt so much guilt and i was terrified. ♪ and some days you're just alive ♪ there was a point for me somewhere in this sort of first ♪ but some days you're living several hours where i would be like you never die blue's a little bluer up in the sky ♪ hysterically cryin ♪ you're high's a little high ♪ you feel that fire you've been missing ♪ shutdown period i remember looking out the window and thinking that the only way to ♪ some days you're livin' fix this was to kill myself, was to jump out the window and i just -- i felt terrible.
♪ it's a beautiful world sometimes i don't see so clear ♪ i was scared and i just -- i was ♪ some days you start singing mortified and afraid of what and you don't need a reason ♪ this was going to do to my ♪ sometimes the world's just right and your clear eyes ain't even blinking ♪ family and, you know, i still was in love with bill at the ♪ got a heart full of grateful time. for all you've been given ♪ so i just -- i felt really responsible. ♪ yeah some days you just get by >> reporter: in a new essay in yeah some days you're just alive ♪ "vanity fair," lewinsky explains ♪ some days you're living that's why she decided to take part in the documentary writing, filming the documentary forced me to right some days you're living ♪ acknowledge to myself past behavior that i still regret and feel ashamed of. ♪ all right there were many, many moments when i questioned not just the ♪ yeah, living like you'll never die, blue's a little bluer up in decision to participate, but my the sky ♪ sanity itself. she goes on to write, yes, the process of filming has been ♪ your high's a little high exceedingly painful but i hope ♪ you feel that fire you've been missing ♪ that by participating, by telling the truth about a time in my life, a time in our ♪ some days you're living some days you're living ♪
history, i can help ensure that what happened to me never happens to another young person in our country again. [ applause ] now, the title of the article in "vanity fair" is a quote from her "who gets to live in victimville." lun -- lewinsky says she's "gma" at the cma awards is sponsored by google. fascinated by that debate. >> she talks about what she would do if she came face-to-face with hillary their grow with google program helps people prepare for work, clinton as well. find jobs and grow their >> it's very interesting what businesses. her answer is. lewinsky says she would tell ♪ you know when you're at ross and you realize it's time mrs. clinton how sorry she is your sister stopped borrowing your sweaters? yes! that's yes for less. stop stealing mine... never. and says she's wring letters of apology to others relating back the perfect sweater makes the perfect holiday gift. to 1998. she says those letters to those who she believes wrongly graved and it feels even better when you find it for less - her because she just wanted to say i'm sorry. at ross. yes for less. >> watching that it's a real reminder of how people who aren't even necessarily looking for it can shape history in a big way. >> it's certainly true. her role in it, you know, she has felt that. it's sometimes as if she's still living in 1998. it never really leaves her. her last name -- >> history shapes her too. >>cose extl it's fascinated to see how both
have evolved. >> that's just a piece of it. a lot more to go. six-part series "the clinton affair" premieres this sunday and airs for three nights on a&e, which is part owned by our parent company, disney. right here tomorrow on "gma" we'll have much more of the exclusive clips from the documentary and we'll talk to the director live. >> that is coming up tomorrow. coming up here, the rideshare warning, the teen who says she was nearly kidnapped by an uber driver. uber driver. constipation until my doctor direcommended miralax.my stimulant laxatives forcefully stimulate the nerves in your colon. miralax works with the water in your body,
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or maybe you're making cocoa. services. don't spill it. like uber and lyft. maybe you're with the family you got. (all) ooh! or maybe the one you've chosen. a teen tells a story about being it's culture salad. nearly kidnapped by an uber driver and now wpvi takes a look at possible dangers for maybe there's lights... there's definitely lights. unaccompanied minors, and paula faris has the story. maybe there's one less this year. >> reporter: good morning, george. or maybe one more. (singing) our holidays don't all look the same. both uber and lyft have policies against minors riding by themselves. and maybe that's what makes us great. they'll even suspend the accounts of users who violate make the dream yours. ikea. that policy, even still parents are using ride-sharing services to shuttle their kids around. but watch closely.young to ride alone in an uber or lyft according to company policy but take a look as he gets into three different ubers and one lyft. the investigative team at wpvi conducted and monitored this experiment with the permission of the boy's parents. the boy's rides occurred without incident but this mom says she had a very different experience with her daughter and an allegedly harrowing journey.
>> i still blame myself like had i would have just left school and went to go get her myself, this wouldn't have happened. >> reporter: parks says an uber driver picked up her 15-year-old daughter one evening earlier this year and she does not want good morning bay area. to reveal her name or full face. let's get up and get going. >> i received multiple comments saying that i was pretty. >> reporter: her daughter texted >> this is abc 7 mornings. her during the ride as instructed. >> hi. good morning. i'm jessica castro from abc 7 >> the text said, i'm in the uber and i feel uncomfortable. mornings. and meteorologist mike nicco is >> the man then put his hand on here with our forecast. hi, mike. the lock and said, no, you're >> hey, jessica. coming with me. hi, everybody. still holding on to that pocket >> she began crying. i'm crying. of cleaner air from about the i said get out the car. she said i can't. san mateo bridge down to 237 on i said what you mean you can't. the peninsula into the south she said his hand is on the lock bay. just like yesterday, over the button. next couple of hours, the red's >> reporter: finally, her daughter says she worked her way going to overtake that also. our sixth consecutive day of free. unhealthy air. >> he got frightened and somehow we'll start changing saturday, and that will open the door to a his hand got off the lock and i kicked the door open and i was chance of rain starting next wednesday. alexis? >> all right, cannot wake nit f able to get out of the car. >> reporter: the driver, robert that, mike. we have two lanes blocked, northbound 101 in katadi. beamon, was arrested on kidnapping a minor and he
that is for that flipped semi. pled no guilty. his attorney didn't respond our still seeing a delay, 20 to 25 request for comment. minutes on the northbound side. and a quick check outside, bay both uber and lyft state in their terms of service that bridge toll plaza still busy users must be 18 to have an here and metering lights still account. in response to the parks case on. alexis? >> jessica, thanks. time now for "live with kelly & uber told "gma," what's been described as extremely troubling ryan." we'll be back and upon learning of it we immediately removed the driver's access to the app. we will continue to cooperate with law enforcement. lyft told "gma" safety is lyft's top priority. unaccompanied minors are not permitted on the platform. those found in violation of this policy can be permanently banned >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, one of the stars of the hit drama "empire," from the lyft service. for parents looking for transportation, some turn to jussie smollett. and, from the big apple circus, res like hop, balance, strength. skip, drive, a company started plus, michael and misha gelman by moms used only by kids. the company uses code words between driver and child among whip up a meal with our "live's other extra safety measures. thanksgiving feast: family >> they are very vigorously background checked and edition" ." all next on "live!" ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] they are fingerprinted and we do driving record checks and meet every single driver in person. >> reporter: hop skip drive ♪ fingerprints drivers and
monitors the rides in realtime. [cheers and applause] parents can monitor as well but transporting your kids can be a challenge. my husband and i were talking >> ryan: hay! about it, the older they get going to one activity to the next. remember, if they're under 18 you can't send them in an >> wow. >> and you're expecting that the uber or lyft driver is going to follow that? i mean -- >> you are and you can lose your account if you violate it. >> one was hop skip and drive. around that area. there are a lot of regional services like that. >> congrats. your podcast launching today. >> and you're one of the first episodes. >> yes, that's why i mentioned it.l abouno, i didn't. congratulations. i love what you're doing. i love what you're doing. coming up, the mother and son who got swept out to sea on an inflatable swan. ♪♪
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back now with that mother and son rescued after drifting out to sea on a giant inflatable swan. diane macedo has that story. >> reporter: it was the harrowing scene worthy of a double take. >> there is a woman on an inflatable swan. her and a child and they have drifted really, really far out into the water. >> reporter: a mother and son stuck two miles into the gulf of mexico on of all things an inflatable swan. tara myers says the waters appeared calm when she and her son got on the inflatable but she soon realized they had
drifted into a rip current. >> it was almost immediate that i realized that we were going out, much quicker and much deeper than i had thought. >> i sort of freaked out like maybe we'll never make it back. we're goners. >> reporter: luckily fellow beachgoers saw they were in trouble and called 911. >> the dolphins are closer to the shore than they are. >> reporter: a half hour later a rescue team reached them. now tara says she and her son learned a valuable lesson and are incredibly grateful. back on shore brendan popped the swan. for now on, they say the floats only go in the pool. >> pretty good rule. >> very smart. all right, thank you, diane, as always. we'll be right back. coming up "gma's" season of giving sponsored by wells fargo. giving sponsored by wells fargo. d arthritis was intense. i wondered if she could do the stuff she does for us, which is kind of, a lot. and if that pain could mean something worse?
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>> a sixth day of that terrible air quality. good morning. i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. mike nicco, it is going to get better, but not today. >> you're right, not today. in fact, it's red and orange in most places, we have a little bit around the dumbarton bridge, it's yellow like yesterday morning. but it will become red like yesterday afternoon. right now l.a. has the cleanest air, but that's going to change as the winds will kick up and fan those fires once again. so danger, danger, danger if you're going to be out at any length of time today. look at this, the air quality improves saturday, the temperatures start dropping, and wednesday of next week is our first chance of rain. alexis? >> good morning, mike. and i want to update you on the sig alert, really no change hear northbound 101 at railroad avenue. still trying to clean up that flipped double trailer big rig. still blocking the two right lanes. new estimated time of that re-opening is 10:00 a.m. you can get through in the far left lane, but still delays approaching and we're heavy here at the bay bridge toll plaza. >> and that smoke so obvious in those shots.
16 states from arkansas to new york on alert for heavy rain and snow. new this morning. crackdown on e-cigarettes, the company juul announcing they will no longer sell some of their products on store shelves, removing popular flavors that critics say appeal to kids and teens. this after the fda says vaping among teenagers is at epidemic levels right now. ♪ i got a feeling royal celebration. prince charles marking his 70th birthday surrounded by his family.thosf grandkids george, charlotte and little louis stealing the show. halfway point. ginger and our superfan patrice on a nonstop race through all the disney parks.won'ywhere els journey to the center of the earth and 20,000 leagues under the sea. wait till we reveal where they are this morning. ♪
and get ready to go country. we're live from nashville this morning, just hours before the cmas, the first two awards revealed live on our air in just moments. and dierks bentley with one of the biggest hits live. lara is there with adam rippon. >> and look who is here to say -- >> both: good morning, america. [ applause ] ♪ and good morning, america. thanks for joining us this wednesday morning and look at nashville right there, lara and our team getting ready for the cma awards. >> music city, usa. and lara is out there with someone who knows a lot about the big show and someone who is a total newbie, right?t ve robin. first, we have adam rippon. it's his very first cma awards. he's used to awards and big crowds.
how are you liking it? >> i mean, i'm loving it. i'm here in nashville for the first time ever. i feel like i need to buy two horses. >> we're going to make that happen after the show. then, of course, we have three-time cma award winner, mr. dierks bentley! >> thank you. >> who was kind enough to be out in the cold performing for us coming up on "gma," robin. >> all right, you're going to have to give them both a big hug, especially dierks, and tell him thank you for the kind things he said in the cma special. lara, a first for you too. you're presenting an award tonight. you've got to be excited about that. >> i know, i'm calling you later for tips, robin. this is really big. they have asked me to present best male vocalist. >> wow! [ applause ] >> i mean, thomas rhett, keith urban, this guy. how do i choose? oh, wait, i don't choose. >> i got an idea how you can choose. i got some money in my back pocket. let me see if i -- >> that's my man. that's dierks.
>> what a coincidence, look who won. >> you're having a great time. we'll get back out to you in just a bit. thanks, lara. >> i'm looking forward to this night. but long time before that we'll get to this, we're going to begin with that storm that is heading for the northeast, temperatures plunging from texas to maine. rob is tracking it all. good morning, rob. >> good morning, michael. it is chilly in nashville but even colder here in new york. the cold air in place and we've already seen lake-effect snows upstate. i-90, not the easiest place to travel this morning across the capital district of albany and some places grinding to a halt. cold air in place and now we've got a developing situation as far as a winter storm. we've got winter weather advisories all the way back through a the by tomorrow morning, though, creeping up on d.c. and the suburbs west. icy conditions, some snow mixing in, and rain mixing in along the immediate coastline for the bigger cities, but we will see some accumulations from st. louis all the way across parts of upstate new york and
northern new england. in some spots over 6 inches and maybe even some wet, slushy snow in new york city and after last year's long winter i'm not sure i'm quite ready for winter to come. but it is what it is, my man. got to get ready for it. >> sounds like you conceded. but none of us are ready for it, believe me, rob. all right, george. okay, michael, we're going to go to that looming shake-up at the white house. lots of changes coming including first lady melania trump calling for a top aide to be fired. we want to go back to our chief white house correspondent jon karl for more on that. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. the president has actually kept a low profile over the last few days but there are indications he is ready to shake things up here at the white house. there are signs of major changes coming from the white house. multiple senior officials tell abc news the president is poised to fire homeland security secretary kirstjen nielsen in the coming weeks and officials believe that if she goes, her ally in the west wing, chief of staff john kelly, will likely go too. all of this as the notoriously private first lady is as wse sh
before. the first lady called for the firing of deputy national security adviser mira ricardel. it's the position of the office of the first lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this white house, the first lady's spokesperson said in a written statement. the statement came less than an hour after ricardel was seen smiling over the president's shoulder at a white house event. white house sources tell abc news the first lady became irritated with ricardel over the planning of her africa trip last month and that she felt ricardel treated her staff with disrespect. on that trip the first lady told abc's tom llamas there were people on the president's staff that she did not trust. >> he's been in office almost two years. has he had people that you didn't trust working for him? >> yes. >> did you let him know? >> i let him know. >>ome people, they don't work there anymore. >> reporter: despite the first lady's very public call for her
ouster, mira ricardel still has a job here at the white house, but, george, there are officials here who are actively defending her including one who pointed out that she is one of the top ranked women in the trump administration and that, by the way, she has never actually met the fi >> all white houses have them. this is a real power struggle behind the scenes. jon karl, thanks very much. robin. i have been looking forward to sharing with. a milestone on the court last night, rutgers hall of fame women's basketball coach c. vivian stringer notching her 1000th win. her team joyous, had ex-players there and another member of the 1,000-club, geno auriemma was there. all of them wearing stringer t-shirts. i don't think geno had one on but he was there. they were holding signs and it was so wonderful normal -- she was just so reserved as she always is and this is what she said about reaching the milestone.
she said it means people have trusted me to coach their teams, thm oby. >> so happy for her. >> big milestojuul, how they'reg to curb underage use. plus, a milestone birthday fit for a prince. the new family portraits and how they're celebrating. and lara is out in nashville for the cma awards. ♪ >> good morning, michael. big news here in nashville. adam and i will be announcing the winners of not one but two cma awards right here after the break, and this guy, dierks bentley, will perform live coming up on "good morning america." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ applause ] we welco it is time for mickey's worldwide birthday bash. ginger, don't keep us waiting. where are you this morning, ginger? >> oh, robin, we will not keep you waiting. the holidays are in full effect, not just in america, but here in tokyo. yes. we made it to tokyo disneyland. and i am dressed like peter pan to celebrate. patrice has her best duds on because this may be her favorite so far. >> yes. >> so much more and we'll show you why in just a bit. robin. >> you both are just road warriors. >> you've got to be. >> thank you so much. what an experience. what an experience. we have a great audience here and we're excited for "pop news" so let's go back to lara who is there with adam in downtown nashville.
we begin with nashville resident nicole kidman. gracing the cover of "allure magazine's" issue and inside she reveals a surprising twist to her career path. acting, parenting, those were not always a given. the oscar winner telling "allure" she legitimately considered becoming a nun. >> what? >> this is real. nicole's words, she's a deeply spiritual person, she thought it was her calling, but ultimately and obviously she chose a different path. question for you, how do you feel about j.lo? >> i love j.lo. anybody who can rock that like whole half of her body, i'm into. >> yes. the tan, the hair. >> yeah. >> do we love j. lo? [ cheers ] her fans do love her after this. she gave a group a major thrill at a special screening for her new movie "second act."
the fans came to watch would be a regular preview of the romcom starring j. lo but soon got the surprise of th take a look. >> she brought her co-stars leah remini. and the crowd is going crazy. and milo ventimiglia and the crowd is going crazy. >> look at that. >> that is so crazy. lopez thanking everyone for coming out to see the film and j.lo will be with us on "good morning america." j.lo, can't wait. next month on "gma." finally, you guys we have a very special job this morning. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> the folks at the cmas for some reason have allowed adam and i to announce two of the winners in categories that are major right here right now. i'm going to get the