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killed his wife. >> i just felt such anger that nothing -- i didn't feel anything. >> prosecutors releasing dozens of videos from their investigation, and what they say the woman he had an affair with searched for online. the 8-year-old bitten by a shark on a family vacation. >> absolute panic. >> now telling his story. would you pay more for palessi? exclusive new footage behind the scenes of that payless prank, how they tricked fashion influencers to pay hundreds of dollars for shoes that cost way less, and the shock when these fashi fashionistas found out. good morning, america. great to have you with us on this friday morning and i'm sure we've all overpaid for a few things but never -- >> i never paid a lot for shoes.
never. >> okay. >> cecilia in the seat of honor this morning. >> great to be here. what a huge news day you had yesterday. a big break for you and the team. >> a big news day, a big bombshell. repercussions for the president is what we're going to get to right now. new questions for the president as he meets with world leaders in argentina today. this summit comes on the heel as cecilia was just saying, of that russia investigation bombshell placing trump at the center of an effort to build a tower in moscow during his presidential campaign. the president's former lawyer, michael cohen, now admitting he lied about it to congress to protect his boss. our chief white house correspondent jon karl in buenos aires with the president. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. with a whirlwind two days of diplomatic meetings just getting under way now here in argentina, there is a new reality weighing on the trump presidency. the president's longtime confidante, michael cohen, has spent 70 hours in interviews with special counsel robert mueller. as the president takes the world
stage this morning here in argentina, signing a new trade deal with canada and mexico and high-stakes meeting to prevent a trade war with china, he is facing mounting troubles back home. >> michael cohen! >> reporter: president trump's longtime fixer has now gone state's witness. michael cohen entering a plea agreement with special counsel robert mueller. it's a move with massive implications for the special counsel investigation and perhaps the trump presidency. cohen has admitted to lying to congress about working during the 2016 campaign to strike a deal to build a trump tower in moscow. and he says he was lying to protect his longtime boss, donald trump. as the president left the white house for argentina, he lashed out at his former fixer. >> he's a weak person and not a very smart person. very simply, michael cohen is lying and he's trying to get a reduced sentence for things that have nothing to do with me. >> reporter: at the same time the president did not deny trying to pull together the
moscow deal even as he was campaigning for president. >> when i run for president, that doesn't mean i'm not allowed to do business. i was doing a lot of different things when i was running. after i won, obviously i don't do business. >> reporter: for more than two years, trump has repeatedly insisted he has had no business ties with russia. >> but zero. i will tell you right now, zero. i have nothing to do with russia. >> reporter: throughout his campaign and into his presidency president trump has talked about the need for the u.s. government to have closer ties with russia. >> wouldn't it be great if we actually got along with russia? wouldn't it be great? is there anything wrong with that? >> reporter: he said he ditched the moscow project in early 2016 before he clinched the republican nomination, but he says he didn't have to. >> there would be nothing wrong if i did do it. i was running my business while i was campaigning. there was a good chance that i wouldn't have won, in which case i would have gotten back into the business and why should i lose lots of opportunities? >> reporter: and while the
president was on air force one flying down here to argentina, another surprise. he abruptly canceled his planned meeting with vladimir putin. he was going to meet with him right here, very highly anticipated meeting, george, and the president said he was calling it off because of russian aggression in ukraine. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. let's bring in our chief legal analyst, dan abrams. we saw the president say this had nothing to do with him. one reason it's so important, it does put the president right at the center of this effort. >> right, and the question becomes, why, right? we talked about this before, this idea that this is a piece in the puzzle. this isn't the proof of collusion. this isn't the smoking gun but the question becomes, why did the president, if cohen is telling the truth, want to move the date back from june to january? why is that six-month period so important? and the answer would be if it's true, that he didn't want to be seen as talking to russia during the period right when you have got all the hacking. you have got the meeting with
don junior. this is the heart of the contact and the problems with the russians that's happening in june. >> he gets another important thing that mueller and reporters have uncovered now over the last year and a half. when it comes to russia, whether the issue is contacts or building the trump tower in moscow or the attorney general talking to a russian ambassador during the campaign, don junior having this meeting, every single time, it starts out with a lie. then the lie is uncovered. mueller's job is to find out why. >> also mueller's job is to put them all together. you can't look at each one in isolation. you can't say to yourself, flynn. what is flynn's single, single lie tell us? that's not the question. the question is what does flynn's lie tell us in connection with the other lies? why is everyone seemingly distancing themselves from either conversations they had, meetings, et cetera, with russians? what was going on? that's the question, the big picture question, mueller has to ask. >> the other important takeaway. we now know michael cohen has
implicated the president on campaign finance felonies in his previous case, and implicated the president in trump tower and as jon said we reported yesterday, he spent 70 hours with mueller's team. this is not over. >> right, and so knowing how close michael cohen was to donald trump, you know donald trump has to be worked. i mean, regardless of what we already know already, the idea that one of his closest confidantes -- and, remember, attorney/client privilege only applies to legal work. >> not business work. >> it doesn't apply to business work, so he can talk about any business contacts that the president had and that's got to be unnerving. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. michael. >> all right, george. now to those dangerous storms out west. relentless rain forcing mandatory evacuations and triggering powerful mudslides, and it's happening in areas already affected and devastated by wildfires. abc's will carr is in agoura hills, california, with the very latest. good morning, will. >> reporter: michael, the sandbags are out this morning because this is really a double-edged sword. you have already had the fires
that have raced through this area, burning trees that normally stop all that rock and mud from flowing down into communities like in that have been devastated and now that we're getting that much-needed rain, we're also getting those dangerous mudslides. raging mud slides sweeping across parts of california scorched by wildfires trapping cars and forcing evacuations. >> there's a lot of mud coming down at a very rapid rate of speed now here in rice canyon. >> reporter: the fragile fire-scarred hillsides crumbling after a nonstop deluge. the region bone dry and thirsty for rain getting so much precipitation so quickly -- >> it was bad. we almost lost our whole driveway. >> reporter: roads inundated, the rain-slicked streets seeing crash of crash. some areas getting enough rain to bury highway signs. this big rig left dangling off the side of a highway, cars flipped over and flattened. four firefighters injured when a car spun out and crashed into their truck. this man overwhelmed by the raging waters of the l.a. river airlifted to safety, and emergency services telling
residents to evacuate, but as the threat continues to grow, some residents choosing to stay. >> if we do, we're going to lose it. if we don't, we can fight it which is what we've been doing. >> reporter: even though the rain is letting up, we're expecting more across the region this weekend and into this week, cecilia. >> okay, will, thank you. as we saw, those wildfires were just devastating. the camp fire alone in california ravaged more than 18,000 buildings and the death toll stands at 88 and nearly 200 people are still unaccounted for even as the official search for missing has been stopped. now this morning, we are seeing new bodycam footage from a first responder who turned on that camera thinking it would be recording his final moments. thankfully he survived, and our chief national correspondent, matt gutman, also has more from agoura hills. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, cecilia. deputy aaron parmley refused to
let those four nurses be part of that statistic that you just mentioned, nearly 200 unaccounted for, and when his police cruiser broke down he proceeded on foot through that firestorm to find them. deputy aaron parmley thought this video would document his last minutes alive. overnight the sheriff's office releasing his body camera video from the camp fire. he was assigned to evacuate four nurses at the feather rivers hospital from the hellscape earlier this month. >> that's not good. >> reporter: you can hear people cry out for help. >> help, help! >> reporter: the hurricane of fire that turned the sky blood orange. along with the nurses, they cling toe that orphan hot ro-- oven-hot road in a blizzard of embers. >> it's bad. >> are they coming for us? >> reporter: the area so choked with smoke, they can't tell this rescue vehicle is a bulldozer until they hop on. >> we can only fit one or two. >> reporter: another fire truck pulls up and they pile in. >> the dozer. >> reporter: even when they got into those vehicles they still
weren't sure they were going to make it. they had to drive through a tunnel of fire to make it to safety. and what's incredible about this video, it looks like it was shot in the nighttime but everything you just saw was shot between the hours of 8:30 and 10:00 in the morning, george. >> that's just stunning, a picture of a hero in hell right there doing an amazing job. matt, thanks very much. we move on to a deadly crash at the border. three people killed, eight injured when a pickup truck hitting 100 miles an hour flipped over trying to flee the border patrol. abc's kayna whitworth has the latest. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: yeah, george. good morning. agents near the border, of course, on high alert. the crash happened in rural san diego county and most of the 11 people in the pickup truck were in the back without seat belts. three people killed and nearly everyone else recovering from injuries. a high-speed chase ending in a fatal crash near the san diego/mexico border. this new video showing the terrifying aftermath. at 4:30 thursday border control agents attempting to pull over a
white pick-up truck. but instead of stopping, the driver taking off, leading agents on a hundred-mile-an-hour chase, and they laid out a spike trip to stop the truck but the spikes sending the vehicle airborne, the pick-up truck flipping over with 11 passengers, many of whom were laying in the truck's flatbed. the crash ejecting all of the passengers, killing three. the rest transported to the hospital with injuries. now, the driver who is a u.s. citizen was not injured and is currently in custody. george. >> thanks very much, kayna. all right, george. we have to turn to breaking news just in. marriott international revealing a data breach that could affect up to 500 million guests who made reservations at starwood properties. for 327 million of these guests the information includes some combination of name, mailing addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, passport numbers and more. marriott is investigating right now.
michael. >> thank you, cecilia. now to an abc news exclusive involving new developments in that hazing scandal in maryland where four high school football players were accused of sexually assaulting freshmen players. abc's stephanie ramos is in damascus, maryland with the latest. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: michael, good morning. the incident allegedly happened october 31st here at demascus high school. the targets, said to be younger and weaker players who were ambushed by the suspects before football practice. this morning, four sophomore football players from this suburban maryland high school have been indicted for allegedly participating in the sexual assault of four younger teammates in their locker room. >> the maximum penalties by law are up to life imprisonment. >> reporter: the state's attorney telling abc news exclusively a grand jury handed down eight counts against each of the four 15-year-olds charging them all as adults for sexual assault, attempted assault and conspiracy to commit assault.
authorities now investigating the possibility that this is not the first incident at damascus high school. investigators say one of the suspects told them it was a so-called tradition. parents and students at damascus, shocked. >> even if it was tradition, it shouldn't be tradition at all, you know, sexual assault. >> it's been a learning experience for both the students as well as the parents in the community to try to wrap their head around these events and take the necessary steps to make sure it doesn't happen in the future. >> reporter: the prosecutor says he hopes the severity of the charges brings some sense of justice to the victims. >> by sending this to the grand jury and by indicting these teens, are you hoping to send a wir message to the community, to teenagers? >> i'm not looking to send a message to anybody beyond the boys that were the victims in this case and those who committed these crimes that there will be accountability when you engage in the kind of
activities that these boys engaged in and, you know, try to bring some sense of justice to these boys that were violated. >> reporter: there's also a fifth student accused in all of this. he's being charged as a juvenile. now, before the indictment i spoke with the attorney for one of the suspects. he wanted all of the teens to be charged as juveniles despite the gruesome details revealed earlier this week. as for the school district they say they'll now handle their own investigation now that police have wrapped up their own and michael, they say they will also take a closer look at their athletics program, michael. >> the whole thing just makes you shake your head in disbelief. thank you so much, stephanie. cecilia? we want to turn to new details in the deadly new jersey mansion fire, the suspect accused of killing his own brother, sister-in-law, niece and nephew and is now set to appear in court today. linsey davis is outside that courthouse in colts neck, new jersey, and now police believe a money dispute could be at the center of this. >> reporter: good morning to you, cecilia.
exactly right. prosecutors believe that paul caneiro was motivated by money and his younger brother keith was also his business partner for several decades, and now authorities say days before thanksgiving, paul caneiro shot his own brother several times then killed his brother's wife and his two children before setting a fire in the basement of their home. then about an hour later the d.a. says paul caneiro started a fire at his own home with his wife and daughters inside. they were all able to escape unharmed. prosecutors say that it was all a ruse. they allege that he was trying to make it seem like both caneiro families were being targeted. as you said, cecilia, paul is expected to appear in court here today where he plans to plead not guilty to all charges. if convicted on those four murder counts, he faces life in prison. cecilia? >> you'll be following that for us, thank you. now, do you guys swim with sharks? >> no. >> never. >> okay. well, this is just for you. a shark attack was caught on camera. a family vacationing in the bahamas swimming with nurse
sharks which are typically considered tame when one of them suddenly bit their 8-year-old son and now he's telling his story. let's take a look. >> oh, my god. >> we were in the bahamas, and one of the stops were to swim with nurse sharks. there was one at my feet and i jumped over it and then another one came up behind me and went -- at first i thought it was my dad pretending and then i was like, nope, it's my flesh. then absolute panic. and my sister was screaming, i want to get out! i want to get out! >> i want to get out! i want to get out! >> my dad pulled it off and brought me to the ladder. like adults were climbing up the ladder before me and i was like, really, guys? >> such a cute kid.
we're glad he's okay. definitely glad he's okay. and believe it or not, he said he would go back in the water with the sharks. >> you could tell he is a brave little guy. >> yes, he is. >> very, very calm. >> braver than us. >> i got to say, number one, they kept filming it the whole time. >> i know. >> grab the kid. >> we've seen that too many times. >> we have seen that too many times. let's go to rob. >> never stop rolling, george. this is a debris flow here. look how black that water is from all the charred landscape and we're still dealing with that. this next system about to come in and this current system getting into the plains and severe weather threat dallas to little rock to new orleans and tomorrow getting across the gulf coast and over a foot of snow potentially in nebraska.
coming up, new video shows the stunning confession of a killer. why that father says he killed his wife. and a mom taking on southwest after a gate agent appeared to mock her daughter's very unusual name. appeared to mock her daughter's very unusual name. agent mocks her daughter's very unusual name.
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and fixer michael cohen has struck a plea deal with the special counsel admitting he lied to congress about trying to strike a deal to build a trump tower in moscow saying he lied to protect president trump. and also this morning, the future of air travel has landed in atlanta. delta launching the first biomedic terminal. it scans your face to check you in. passengers can get from the curb to the departure gate without ever having to show a ticket or an i.d. and take a look at this. 23 sets of illinois twins getting in the holiday spirit. all of them piling in to take a photo with santa. now, that could not have been easy. 46 toddlers all smiling at the same time and one mom admits it was chaotic. >> yeah. >> said they were sweating a bit but it all worked out. turned out okay. it does look nice. >> cute. >> three sets of -- i have two. i can't keep them from fighting each other. wow, that's impressive. >> they did a good job. we're going to switch gears now and look at these chilling
interrogation tapes of chris watts, the colorado man who confessed to killing his family in cold blood. authorities now giving us an inside look at the investigation just days after watts was sentenced to life in prison. amy here with details. >> that's right, george, and everyone. the tapes reveal just about every key step in this investigation that led to chris watts' arrest but among the most compelling, the recordings of what he said during that police interrogation. >> reporter: for the first time, we are hearing chris watts confess to murdering his wife. >> i felt such anger that nothing i didn't feel anything. >> reporter: the father of two seen with his father in a police interrogation room blaming the death of the couple's two daughters on his wife, shanann watts. >> and choked her or what? >> that's rage. >> god almighty, son. >> reporter: a lie he repeated
to investigators. >> my babies are gone, and i put my hands around my wife's neck and did that same thing. >> did shanann fight back at all? >> reporter: he would later plead guilty to all three murders. overnight, the colorado d.a.'s office releasing dozens of videos from the investigation. the watts' home being searched by police and canines. surveillance video showing him loading items into the truck and later showing investigators where to find his family's bodies. >> can you mark it for me?
>> for shanann? okay, and where are the girls at? >> here. >> do you know which one? >> reporter: and drone video of the oil field where the bodies were found, his wife wrapped in sheets from their bed. >> why take their bodies out of the house and bury them? >> i was scared. i didn't know what else to do. >> reporter: prosecutors say he was having an affair with a co-worker and wanted a, quote, fresh start. >> you told her about the affair? >> i didn't tell her i had one. she just knew. >> reporter: in newly released text messages, shanann who was pregnant with the couple's third child, confronting her husband over their troubled marriage. while you were working and living the bachelor life i'm carrying our third and fighting with our two kids daily. that co-worker, nichol kessinger, telling police she had no idea he was still married.
>> he lied to me because if i'd have known he had a child on the way, i'd have never wasted my time with him in the first place. >> reporter: prosecutors releasing these photos of watts and kessinger she was searching for wedding dresses in the days before the murders. after watts confessed, investigators say she was searching how many money amber in the scott peterson case. >> i'm still in shock that this whole thing happened. i -- i, like, that's why i gave him the benefit of the doubt for the first day because i was just, like, no way. i didn't even think about that. i mean, murder was not on the top of my mind when somebody doesn't come home for an evening. >> a judge sentenced chris watts last week to three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole but perhaps the most chilling part of the story is that everyone who knew chris never saw this coming.
never saw any signs of violence in here. >> just so matter of fact in that room. >> so chilling. thanks, amy. we turn to that mother's outrage after an airline employee appeared to make fun of her daughter's name, posting a picture of the 5-year-old's boarding pass on social media. abc's gio benitez is here with more on this story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, cecilia. good morning. yeah, this all started when mom told the gate agent she and her daughter needed to pre-board because her daughter has epilepsy and was having a bad day, but according to mom that bad day was about to get a whole lot worse. this morning, a southwest airlines gate agent at john wayne airport in orange county under fire after appearing to make fun of a 5-year-old girl's unique name. >> while i was sitting there she took a picture of my boarding pass and chose to post it on social media mocking my daughter. >> reporter: this is the post. the girl's name is spelled a-b-c-d-e but it's pronounced ab-sa-dee. >> i've said i was going to name my child abcde if i had a girl
since i was a kid myself. i think i was 8 when i said that's what i was going to name my daughter. >> reporter: mom says the gate agent was laughing, pointing at them and making fun of the girl's name as they were heading home to el paso. >> she asked me, mom, why is she laughing at my name? and i said, you know, honey, not everybody is nice and not everyone is going to be nice and, you know, it's unfortunate. >> reporter: southwest airlines telling us in a statement, we extend our sincere apology to the family. the post is not indicative of the care, respect and civility we expect from all of our employees. we have followed up with the employee involved. >> i think mama bear comes out in anyone who is going to be upset in regards to the situation. if they were picking on me, i think i wouldn't care as much but it's my 5-year-old. >> mom also says that one of the reasons she was especially upset that the boarding pass was
posted is because it revealed personal information she worried could be used for i.d. theft. by the way, that name, abcde, is more popular than you think with 330 girls in this country right now with that name. >> you buried the lead, gio. >> 330? >> yeah. >> you got me talking. >> i'm not talking. >> you have a lot to say. coming up, we have an exclusive look behind the scenes of that payless prank. what happens when the budget-friendly shoe store goes high-end? wait till you see. you see. memphis, tennessee, a city with one of the highest increases of women-owned businesses in the u.s. it's really this constant juxtaposition when you're a mom and an entrepreneur. with more businesses starting every day, how do they plan for their financial wellness? i am very mindful of the sacrifices that i make. so i have to manage my time wisely. plan your financial life with prudential.
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for something that costs a lot less based on a brand name. abc's adrienne bankert is here with this story. hey, adrienne. >> yeah, this was a sharp move. this was very compelling. payless hired an ad agency to bring together los angeles fashion influencers to see if they would buy their very affordable shoes if they thought they were from a high-end brand. watch. >> reporter: watch these fashion lovers in a mad dash to go after these sleek-looking shoes. >> very european, very upscale. >> for me to experience this as an italian designer is amazing. >> i could definitely wear this to like a met gala dinner. >> reporter: they're willing to pay top dollar. >> i would pay $400, $500. people will be like, where did you get those? those are amazing. this posh shoe boutique palessi -- >> welcome to palessi. >> reporter: -- doesn't exist. it's a social experiment by payless. >> we built a fake luxury store
and filled it with avant-garde sculptures and displays. we even hired a full team of sales associates and then we filled all the shelves with payless shoes. >> this was a record opening store for all of payless history. >> reporter: turns out it was so convincing that these online fashion influencers were sold on the craftsmanship and looks of these hot shoes. >> they're elegant, sophisticated. >> so classy. >> reporter: they were shocked when they learned that shoes they would pay as much as $645 for like these were actually just 35 bucks. >> these are from payless. >> you've got to be kidding me. >> shut up. are you serious? >> reporter: the unsuspecting shoppers received full refunds plus got the shoes for free and wanted to change people's perceptions about what luxury should cost. the ad agency says that they were trying to make a cultural statement on how perception influences buying habits and what some people are willing to pay. the payless surprise will be shown as commercials on tv and online. >> brilliant. >> good advertising. >> really smart. >> we shopped at payless as
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them online, she could only find them in the boys section and wrote a letter. abc's janai norman is here with the story. she got a huge response from steph himself. >> she absolutely did. so, when riley reached out to the superstar with her concerns, steph curry got right to work and now this little girl is making a big difference in how under armour markets curry's shoes. >> steph curry from way downtown! >> reporter: he's the two-time mvp and three-time nba champion, the face of the current day dynasty known as the golden state warriors. >> once again back-to-back titles. >> reporter: so it comes as no surprise that steph curry would command a legion of fans, none bigger, figuratively speaking, than 9-year-old riley morrison. >> i'm a big steph curry fan. i have a jersey that i'm wearing right now. >> reporter: like every baller knows, it's all about the shoes. >> the ultimate upgrade. the curry 5. >> reporter: which is why riley, who shares a name with one of curry's daughters, was so disappointed when she went to the under armour site and noticed she could only find
curry 5s in the boy's section. just like her role model she took her shot posting this letter on instagram to curry writing -- >> i know you support girl athletes because you have two daughters and host an all-girls basketball camp. i hope you can work with under armour to change this because girls want to rock the curry 5s too. >> reporter: the mvp point guard assisting like so many times before, responding to riley with this tweet saying, spent the last two days talking to under armour. we are correcting this now. i want to make sure you can wear my kicks proudly. curry even promising to send his young fan a pair. >> it makes me feel happy that he would take the time to do that. >> so, he's not only sending a pair of the curry 5s but says he's going to make sure she's one of the first kids with the curry 6s. in a statement under armour says thanks to riley and steph, they're correcting a simple yet critical error. >> who runs the world? >> just like her idol, she took her shot. >> absolutely. >> we want to welcome you
officially. you were here last friday but welcome to "gma." >> thank you. >> congratulations on the overnight job. new anchor of the overnight show, you're a friend from our d.c. bureau and we're glad to have you. >> how are your sleep patterns adjusting? >> i have a 1-year-old at home so it's tough but i'm figuring it out. >> good. >> good to see you, janai. coming up, amazon is under fire. can you spot which one of these items on a baby registry is not supposed to be there? the parents who were upset when they got presents they didn't ask for. we'll be right back. ♪ hold them near ♪ the ones you've found found found ♪ ♪ for you know that this is really love ♪ ♪ and your head goes s♪ ♪ 'cause you've found what you've been dreaming of ♪ ♪ but yeah you know that this is really love ♪
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking news, president trump meeting with world leaders this morning on the heels of that russia investigation bombshell. his former personal attorney, michael cohen, reaches a deal with the special prosecutor admitting he lied to congress to protect his boss. the president bashing cohen. why he called off a meeting with putin tomorrow. amazon under fire. the online retail giant accused of sneaking sponsored ads into some baby gift registries. critics say the products look like they're part of a new mom's wish list. can you spot the difference? what you need to know before you buy. "gma" health alert. why are kidding being misdiagnosed with adhd. could it come from starting school too early? dr. ashton here with the new study.
♪ ariana unplugged. the superstar getting emotional about the manchester bombing in a revealing new docu-series. why she says she'll never fully recover from the tragedy and what she's sharing with fans about life on the road. behind the scenes of fashion's hottest night. the victoria's secret fashion show with "it" girls, bella and gigi hid. >> it's nice for people to come back. >> what they're revealing as the most diverse victoria's secret crew takes the runway. and dennis quaid like you've never heard him before. the movie star turned musician performing live right here on "gma." and he's saying -- >> good morning, america. [ applause ] good morning, america. thank you guys for joining us on this friday morning.
we have a lot of brave people braving the cold out there. >> they're having a good time. they're having fun. >> bundled up. >> that, they are. we'll have fun, dennis quaid and the sharks are here. >> looking forward to that. it is a very busy friday here. tory johnson is back with even more holiday "deals & steals" that will get there in time for christmas. our team is decking the halls in our studio with gifts and they're all at least 50% off. >> tory is busy this morning. we have a lot of news to get to starting with new questions for president trump as he prepares for the g20 summit on the heels of that bombshell on the russia investigation. i want to go back to our chief white house correspondent jon karl traveling with the president in argentina. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. the president just signed a trade deal with the prime minister of canada and the president of mexico, but hanging over all of his meetings here is a new reality for the trump presidency and that is that his longtime confidante and lawyer michael cohen has spent some 70 hours cooperating with the
special counsel. as the president takes the world stage this morning here in can argentina, signing a new trade deal with canada and mexico -- >> this is a model agreement that changes the trade landscape forever. >> reporter: and a high-stakes to prevent a trade war with china, he's facing mounting troubles back home. president trump's longtime fixer has now gone state's witness. michael cohen entering a plea agreement with special counsel robert mueller. it's a move with massive implications for the special counsel investigation and perhaps the trump presidency. cohen has admitted lying to congress about working during the 2016 campaign to strike a deal to build a trump tower in moscow. he says he was lying to protect his longtime boss, donald trump. as the president left the white house for argentina, he lashed out at his former fixer. >> he's a weak person and not a very smart person. very simply, michael cohen is lying and he's trying to get a
reduced sentence for things that have nothing to do with me. >> reporter: but at the same time the president did not deny trying to pull together the moscow deal even as he was campaigning for president. >> when i run for president, that doesn't mean i'm not allowed to do business. i was doing a lot of different things when i was running. after i won, obviously i don't do business. >> reporter: he says he ditched the moscow project in early 2016 before he clinched the republican nomination. but he says he didn't have to. >> there would be nothing wrong if i did do it. i was running my business while i was campaigning. there was a good chance i wouldn't have won, in which case i would have gotten back into the business and why should i lose lots of opportunities? >> reporter: there was another surprise from the president as he was flying on air force one down here to argentina. he abruptly canceled a planned meeting with vladimir putin, a highly anticipated meeting, george, but the president said he was not going to go through with it because of russian aggression in ukraine. >> wouldn't look right either.
jon karl, thanks very much. cecilia? let's turn now to a staff at a restaurant in louisiana serving up an incredible surprise this holiday season for a co-worker. his name is kea and worked at ruffino's on the river. recently he had his car stolen from the restaurant's parking lot so the staff decided to pitch in and surprise kea with a brand-new car. the moment leaving kea in complete disbelief. he immediately broke down in tears. the manager says this was the most touching thing he has experienced in more than three decades in that business, saying he can't put into words how proud he is of his staff and their big hearts. >> that is really great. amazon in hot water with sponsored ads showing up in people's gift registries. we'll show you how to spot them. that new report about adhd and your kids. could when they start school affect their diagnosis? and take a live look at tory johnson's holiday workshop. they're still hard at work bringing you savings on bags, bracelets, kitchenware and more
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♪ welcome back to "gma." [ applause ] this is a friday audience. welcome to all of you guys. big day coming up on monday, the star of "aquaman" jason mamoa will be here live. jason momoa. adrienne -- >> i thought you said samoa. that's a pretty big story. i will be here for "pop news." thank you for the introduction.
thank you to our audience. listen, we begin with ariana grande, the singer opens up in hero new docu-series "dangerous woman diaries." she reveals the emotional letter she wrote eight months after the manchester bombing that reads may 22nd, 2017 will leave me speechless and full of questions for the rest of my lives. it seems impossible to fully recover from it. but music is something that brings people together. isn't that true? now she's proving this month her single "thank you next" is -- i mean it's really music success. it shot straight to the top of the charts. a lot of people relating to the scene, the lyrics, for the highly anticipated music video. she's got clips on instagram and gives a little behind the scenes ahead of the release of "thank you next" channeling her favorite 2000's rom-coms and it is set to be released later today. >> good for her. [ applause ] we're striking a pose. "vogue" giving us a sneak peek
of their january cover featuring bride-to-be priyanka chopra who is just looking like a billion bucks and fiance nick jonas. the cover story is all about the mega famous couple and he said i love the drive you have. that's romantic. this is why. she said as a girl i never heard a guy say i like your ambition. it's always been the opposite. jonas tells the mag he reached out to chopra after he saw her on "quantico." the two started text flirting and they finally met in person. he got down on one knee and was like, you're real. he didn't propose to her then. it was a year and a half later he would get on his knee again, and now priyanka and nick are in india set to tie the knot tomorrow. >> whoa. >> it's going to be pretty fancy. [ applause ] now, picture this. nick jonas in a turbin with a sword on horseback. >> done, done. >> it's happening.
at this beautiful like castle and this will include an indian wedding and christian service and chopra tells "people" the celebration will be intense and guests will need vacations after the wedding. congratulations to the happy couple. that's a good wedding if you need a vacation. >> i think there's going to be a lot of partying going on. finally we're on the holiday spirit but a restaurant in chicago is taking it to the next level. miss ricky's diner at the virgin hotel is turning one of the most holiday favorite "elf" -- >> oh, no. >> into reality. yes, it is so. buddy's favorite meal is something you can heat now, spaghetti consisting of strawberry and raspberry sauce, marshmallow, s'mores, pop-tarts, m&ms, fruity pebbles and more on
top of a bed of pasta. remember the line when he was saying the basic food groups were candy, candy corn, candy canes and syrup. you can have that. yes. would you eat it? >> i was looking to see if you were going to trick us and have it. >> i was doing the same thing. >> no, but i think kids -- >> my daughter harper's favorite food groups. >> you can take her to chicago. >> yes, i can. >> or i can save a lot of money on the plane ticket and calories and stay here. that's your holiday "pop news." >> thank you, adrienne. we turn to our "gma" cover story. amazon is facing some complaints about sponsored ads, the retail giant accused of placing them on gift registries without people knowing. our chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis takes a closer look. >> reporter: you've got a baby on the way, so naturally you head to amazon to create a registry and add a few essentials to the list. but when the gifts begin to arrive, to your surprise, some are unrecognizable.
>> why do we need aveeno baby lotion? we can get that anywhere. >> reporter: it happened to this expectant parent when gifts that weren't on their wish list started showing up on their doorstep. >> it was really confusing when we got this gift. we didn't ask for it. my wife didn't want it. i didn't want it and once we figured out that a friend had paid money for something that none of us wanted, like trying to do something nice for us, then we got really annoyed. >> reporter: turns out for more than a year amazon has been automatically including as many as three sponsored products on baby registries. >> with the baby registry ads amazon was unique. we did look at target, we looked at bye-bye baby which is bed, bath & beyond, and for them you open a baby registry and they're blank. for amazon you open one and there were effectively items already in your shopping cart ready to be purchased by people looking for your registry. >> reporter: the ads appear the same as the other items on the registry save for a small tag that reads sponsored.
amazon now says we're constantly experiencing with new ways to improve the shopping experience for customers and these sponsored listings are currently being phased out. and i have to say, cecilia, i'm a bit familiar with this. just a few weeks ago i was filling out my own baby registry and this happened to me on amazon. >> that's wild. but you buried the lead there. your own baby, we're so happy! we're so happy for you and your husband. >> thank you so much. i want to help people see this. take a look at this. see how hard it is to spot the word "sponsored" inside of this registry? now, amazon told us overnight they are phasing this out so no new registries will have these sponsored posts within them. however, if you're out there shopping and it's the holiday season and really important to know that retailers are now toying with all these new ways to get to us. obviously they want to boost their bottom line. they also want to make it easier for us to shop and this is the kind of thing you should watch out for as you are shopping for those holiday
gifts. >> it's so easy to be tricked that this so what happens if you end up receiving some of these items that someone bought by clicking on one of these ads? >> amazon said their return policy applies here. you can return them for a full refund. anybody who has received this type of item off their baby registry from amazon is entitled to that refund. >> we won't click on any ads on your baby registry. we're so happy for you. >> thank you, cecilia. >> george, over to you. >> congratulations, rebecca. we move to our health alert. children getting misdiagnosed with adhd. a new study says it could come from starting school early. our chief medical correspondent dr. jen ashton is here with the details. i got to say that surprised me. >> it is a little surprising. here's the study out just this week in "the new england journal of medicine." they looked at over 400,000 kids in this country from every state and matched their insurance data about their diagnosis for adhd. they found that if a child was enrolled in kindergarten before a september 1st cutoff, so they're born, let's say in april -- sorry, in august,
they're younger for their grade and have a 30% higher chance of being diagnosed with adhd. >> it's correlation, not cause though, right? >> exactly, george. they didn't confirm the diagnosis and the authors of this study are not saying whether it's positive or negative. they're just saying the cutoff date and your birthday matters. >> what difference could that make? >> we're both parents. let's say you have a 5-year-old. what is mature behavior for a 5-year-old might be immature for a 6-year-old. children develop differently at that age because small differences in age at that point make a big difference in their behavior potentially. when you're our age, it doesn't matter. when they're looking at this, if you're young for your grade, then you might be more likely to get attention saying, are they fidgety, are they distracted, do they meet criteria for a diagnosis of adhd. >> we're both parents of kids with adhd and it does take years to figure out the right diagnosis and the right way to treat it. why are more kids being diagnosed with it?
>> i think our awareness is up. when you and i were in school, the term didn't even exist. that didn't mean the disorder didn't exist. it meant people weren't diagnosed with it. we couldn't define it or look for it, screen for it, diagnose it and then treat it. my child was misdiagnosed until the age of 12 and at that point when medication was started, george, it was like putting glasses on a person who couldn't see. now, medication is not for every child with adhd. but it can be life changing. that's the key. >> i have to say once we found the right medication as well it made all the difference. >> exactly. awareness. >> thanks very much. we all have our traditions and techniques to decorating a christmas tree. well, in the home of our own paula faris, they take it to a whole other level. check it out. >> i want to see if i can find it. >> missed. landon missing. j.j., a little older, maybe more
athletic. nails it! all right, merry christmas, everybody, from the faris household. [ applause ] it's time now for a supersize edition of "deals & steals" and this morning it's all about gifts to help you go green. tory johnson is here with huge savings on holiday presents, and if we get through them all, it will be the most deals ever in two days.
>> that's right. >> tory, let's go. >> first up govino. doesn't this look like fine china? it looks so fancy but you could drop it if you had to. it's okay. you don't even need to gently drop it so what's fabulous about this. shatterproof, reusable, recyclable, goes in the dishwasher, made in america, looks great. it checks off every single box. best of all eliminates your use of disposable plastic which is what today is all about. a huge amount is spent. they range from 15 to 20 bucks. slashed in half starting at $7.50 per set. >> a great deal. what do we have here? >> so rume, it stands for reuse me. they're reusable and have a tote you can cart around just like this. when you need it at the store you open it up and have a tote bag. we have these packing cubes. see this big pack of t-shirts, so if you're packing for a trip and you put it into a packing
cube it allows you to fit more stuff in less space. >> i just do like that. >> or you can do that. perfect. these range from $20 to $30. not today. they start at 5 bucks from rume. >> wow. >> okay, makeup eraser. instead of a disposable wipe, nadia is here to show us this wipe. she has one there. it's only water on this and just with water, she can take off all her makeup. brooke, one of our makeup artists, said it really works. it takes off every single thing, even waterproof mascara. it's a really great product. they range from $12 to $20 but not today. they start at 5 bucks. $5 to $10. >> i need those to take off my makeup after the show. >> thank you. this is a great brand. this is one of the newest clean beauty brands inspired by the wild botanicals that grow in
jackson hole wyoming. that's where it gets the pink coloring from. there's something called the alpine glow that's the pink light that make the mountains glow in jackson hole so all of this is clean products made with plants that do great things. so great assortment from them. $36 to $68. >> the deal? >> slashed in half so $18 to $34 and free shipping. >> slashing prices with free shipping. >> yes. so then we've got this, so this is from ever bamboo so the deodorizers down here that can go in closets, shoes. charcoal bamboo inside of this and it eliminates odor, shoes, closets, drawers, all of them come in two packs. this is a good functional gift. 20 bucks regularly slashed in half, $10 for a two-pack. >> $10 for a two-pack. [ applause ] >> okay. so speaking of that, i kind of made a mistake. we were supposed to --
>> this is like -- we're supposed to hear some jingle bells. where are the jingle bells? [ bells ringing ] [ applause ] >> whoa, the jingle bells, with the jingle bells that means that everybody in our studio audience is going home with a product from ever bamboo. that's right. [ applause ] >> and, you guys, you should have heard the jingle bell on makeup eraser and rume as well. [ applause ] sorry. okay. >> santa is a little slow this year. that's what it is. >> exactly. okay, so this is called luxe brand. these are shoelaces. sneakers, biggest trend of the year. these are eco friendly shoelaces so you have all different colors, they look great. you can sort of jazz up your sneakers. >> there you go. regularly $20. they're slashed in half, 10 bucks. >> 10 bucks. you don't have to buy new shoes. >> what do we hear? what do we hear?
>> everybody going home with the product. >> okay, alex and ani. these bracelets, the initials collection, birthstone collection, everything is recycled. it's made in america. so normally these are $28 to $58 depending on what you choose but slashed in half so they start at $14. >> 14 bucks. [ applause ] >> that's a fun one. then perhaps one of my favorites of all, so oprah chose from urban agriculture, christmas tree kit this year. however, i chose their three-month gifting kid so you'll choose either three months of herbs or three months os flowers and every single month your recipient or you if you want to treat yourself will get this in the mail and you get to plant it and grow beautiful herbs or flowers right in your kitchen. you don't need a green thumb. it's one of the easiest gifts
and something that lasts three months of gifting. so normally for the three months, $58.50. not today. so today to have that green thumb, $29.25 and free shipping. >> free shipping. [ applause ] >> and what do you hear? >> there we go. everyone in our studio audience is going home with this product. and we partnered with these companies. get them on our website and a lot more deals when we come back. so don't go anywhere. [ applause ] so don't go anywhere. [ applause ] "gma's" "deals & steals" sponsored by target. this sunday save 10% off target gift cards. save 10% off target gift cards.
good morning, happy friday to you. the chp is trying to figure out if a tesla was on autopilot after a bizarre chase on palo alto. officers stopped the driver because he was slumped over and appeared to be asleep at the wheel early this morning. he was arrested after faking a field sobriety test. hopefully no drama on the roads this morning. taking a look at a problem, northbound 238 before east 14. quick check of drive times. we're looking good, slight
♪ connecting people... ...uniting the world. ♪♪ here's a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. your commute, it was damp earlier but now it's getting pretty good. after 9:00 it won't be as breezy on the bay as it was earlier this morning. we have the storm coming in late tonight, tomorrow. it's a 1 but it will have scattered cold showers that means the possibility of thunderstorms and the snow level down to 4,000 feet.
a 1 for saturday and more rain tuesday and wednesday. another abc 7 news update in 30 minutes. you can ♪ have a holly jolly christmas welcome back to "gma." holly, jolly christmas is right. we have a great audience with us on this friday morning. [ cheers and applause ] they are excited as we are because tory johnson is back with "deals & steals" and gifts to help you go green this holiday season. remember, if we can get through these deals, it will be the most deals ever in two days. we have eight more deals to go, tory. >> yes. let's do it. >> let's break the record. let's go. first up, empowered.
these are solar powered lights and what's great about these, they are -- you can have reliable light anywhere without batteries. >> let's dim the lights so we can see this. >> wow, look at that. >> all the guys have these and they float in the pool because it's waterproof as well. this is great for evening decor or camping or wherever you need just a little light. >> brighten your day. >> so these come in singles and sets. normally $25 but today they're slashed in half and start at $12.50. >> okay. >> this is great. i think that's taped down. hold on to that. this is the porter bowl. it's from w & p. a lunch bowl -- for lunch or leftovers. its sleek design looks fabulous. it is dishwasher safe so normally $25. slashed in half to $12.50. isn't that beautiful? you can take that on the golf course. you always take things with you. >> i do pack my lunch. >> moving down, stasher bags. so the coolest thing about this,
you can go from freezer to stovetop. this bag can go into boiling water, it can go in the microwave, it can go in the dishwasher. you can bring snacks. it is an airtight zip to it. they come in a variety of colors. this is the all purpose bag. it eliminates the need for disposable plastic. >> what's the deal? >> normally $20 to $40 per set. today they're slashed in half so $10 to $20 per set depending on the size. >> so, if you like peanut butter, this is a pb jife. >> i love peanut butter. >> you go in there. many times if you use a knife that's too short, your knuckles get along here and you can't get the little bit at the end of the jar. >> i like to do that. >> you can do that. you could so you'll use the small knife and save some for other people. but it's such a cool gift and
elevate it by giving a jar of peanut butter and your favorite artisanal peanut butter. >> the way it's curved it gets everything out of the bottom of the jar. >> you got it. regularly $13 but today is $6.50. and what do i hear? >> they know what this means. you don't need to explain it anymore. they already know. >> all right, so next up, life factory. so these are all glass. glass with a silicone -- everything is taped down. sorry, they must think that we're not trustworthy over here. so all of these are glass -- the food storage containers, water bottles, wine glasses with a silicone nonslip grip. crunch it down there. these are just great because, again, it replaces disposables, all kinds of disposables this replaces and come in sets. $15 to $40 but today they start
at $7.50 from life factory and great assortment of colors. [ bells ringing ] [ cheers and applause ] >> there we go. we have three deals left. we have three deals to go. >> nano towels. everybody uses paper towels in the kitchen. this is a replacement for paper towels because this fiber fabric here will pick up any kind of dirt, grime, whatever it is with only water. you don't need any other kind of solution. as soon as it's dirty, you can wash it, reuse it as opposed to all the paper. so you get a four pack. instead of $25, today $12.50. >> $12.50? >> yes. >> we need some help. so this is the trolley bag system. so when you go into the grocery store you take this out of the trunk of your car, you fold this into the cart and it works easily, promise, and you have four sections here, you load in your groceries when you leave the store, no plastic bag, no paper bag, put it back in here and carry this straight to your car.
you go from cart to car to kitchen all in the same exact thing. and then it foltds up perfectly like that. >> genius invention. >> if you have a small apartment it's a fabulous thing. normally $36, today it's 18 bucks. >> 18 bucks. >> yes. >> finally -- >> hold on. we have one more deal to go! >> okay. so i love this company. it's perhaps one of my favorites. those are the get it right new stretch lids. this is their silicone lid. the one, michael, when you did this and looked at this one, it creates a suction so it's not attached but it creates a suction while -- careful. you're making me nervous. exactly. it's not designed that way but the suction and stretch lids and brand-new silicone straw sets because plastic disposable straws are out in 2019. we're going green.
this is a really phenomenal gift to give to people. anyone who has done anything in the kitchen, turn any bowl into a storage bowl just with that. no more disposable plastic. >> what's the deal on this? >> really good deal. these normally range from $8 to $45 because they are singles and big sets. but today they're all slashed in half so $4 to $22.50 and i think we have our last bells. [ cheers and applause ] >> we'll need one of those to get home. >> yes. you guys are getting a lot of good stuff. >> i got to say i love when they make all these things that help you go green to help the environment. and tory, we did it, 32 deals in two days. that is a new record for us here at "gma." we've partnered with all of these companies on these deals. you at home can get them on our website and everyone here is going home with products from nine of these companies.
hadid sisters, gigi and bella walking the runway and so much more. abc's erielle reshef is here nodding right along with me. you got to go behind the scenes. >> it's a lot of excitement. the models tell me they train like athletes for the show, intense workouts, regimented diets all for what some call the super bowl of their careers. millions expected to tune in to see them strut but first we're taking you behind the scenes. ♪ it's one of fashion's hottest nights and this year, the victoria's secret fashion show is back in the big apple. nearly 60 supermodels from 20 countries strutting their stuff in sultry looks and sky high stilettos. the iconic catwalk a career maker for famous faces. and it all starts with a star-studded pink, yes, pink carpet. the soundtrack of the night an a-list lineup. >> what are you most excited for?
>> just have some fun and live my fantasy of walking down the runway and being an angel. >> you performed all over the world. why is tonight different? >> the mixture of music and fashion at the same time. >> we head backstage. electricity literally in the air. just minutes before the fashion show starts and these are the wings the models will be wearing. flawless faces and full-on luxury. including that million dollar bra. >> oh, my god. i feel it's such an honor, it's a dream come true. >> reporter: bella and gigi hadid making vs history for the third year for a set of sisters. >> i was sitting in your bedroom watching the show and every dream that you think is crazy, every girl in the show, 60 of them all thought that their dream was crazy. >> really nice to be able to
come back and walk with my full energy being myself and my sister is here. my family is coming tonight. >> reporter: winnie harlow making her debut with the most diverse cast yet. >> i feel like everyone deserves to be represented and everyone deserves to see themselves when they look in the media, via tv, movies, runway, magazines, so i think it's amazing that we have so much diversity in the cast and it's very important. >> reporter: the models themselves with a message to women watching. >> that girl looks like me. she's beautiful just like me. >> we're strong. we're loveable and we look after ourselves. >> as a woman of color it means that i'm basically paving the way for the future, you know, a generation of young girls that want to be here. >> so much in store and also an emotional farewell for adrianna lima hanging up her wings after two decades in this show. the night is packed with performances by halsey, kelly ballerini with the chainsmokers,
bebe rexha, and more and it airs sunday night on abc, 10:00, 9:00 central. >> you look just as gorgeous. >> thank you so much. more behind-the-scenes moments on our website. the disney hit "ralph breaks the internet" broke the box office over the holiday, thanksgiving holiday, and now the official soundtrack is out. check this out featuring grammy nominated singer/songwriter julia michaels performing "in this place" and here's the first look at the music video. what do you think about that? [ cheers and applause ] we love it. [ applause ] this is my favorite mailbox this time of year. by the way, this weather report sponsored by geico but this segment sponsored by macy's. this is my favorite mailbox this
time of year. every year macy's raises funds for make-a-wish helping make dreams come true for children battling life-threatening illnesses and for each letter written to santa and mailed in one of these boxes or online they will donate a dollar up to $1 million and we have a story of a young football fan diagnosed with cancer who got to take the field for a day with his dream team. take a look at this. 15-year-old chris shroyer is a die-hard dallas fan. his football fandom began at birth thanks to his cowboys-loving dad. >> like father like son. that's what christopher knows, is the dallas cowboys in our household. >> reporter: sports always playing a big part in chris' life until he was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, a type of bone cancer. >> in my heart when i found out, i said, i'm not -- i can't lose my son.
>> reporter: sidelin now for three years, chris became a candidate for make-a-wish. his dream, becoming a dallas cowboy, of course. he traveled to a special day in big texas fashion. >> i'm on jerry jones' private bus in jerry jones' chair watching my favorite show. >> reporter: and got down to business. signing on for his first nfl gig. >> we signed you for one day for a whole big amount of $1. >> yes. >> cowboys on three, one, two, three. >> reporter: joining his teammates for his first huddle and meeting the cowboy crew. >> i meet zeke, my favorite player. that was really cool. he signed my jersey. >> coming to the game tomorrow? >> of course, i am. >> reporter: next day, game day. chris' football fantasy becoming a reality. >> they've given him the drive to move forward and that cancer is not going to stop that dream. >> thanks, macy's and make-a-wish! [ applause ]
>> how about that? look who we have here, chris joins us in studio. i know you're a cowboys fan but i figured you'd like to meet an nfl hall of famer who is a giant, michael strahan. >> you're brave to go through everything you're going through but even braver to wear a cowboys jersey next to me. this is giants territory. >> i brought something for you. >> oh, you're going to rub it in? >> yes. >> what did you bring for me? >> this is the cowboys' schedule. i suggest you pay attention to the last game against the giants. >> they had a great game last night. i'll give them that but they won't have a great game against my giants. i hear you want to be a sports broadcaster, something i get a chance to do which is a lot of fun, man. you're here now so at "gma" we figure why not make another dream come true. we're going to give you your first tv gig. >> really? >> here we go. >> you ready for this. you'll throw us to break. take us to break. you ready >> that's all you. there you go. that's all you.
we're back now with dennis quaid and the sharks, and dennis has been a movie star for nearly 40 years. >> 40 years. >> but he's been writing songs for more than 50. >> yeah. >> and he and his band are releasing their first studio album out right now. make sure you pick it up. we're happy to have you guys here. thank you and thank you to the sharks. >> so much fun. >> you know what, you've played musicians and movies, jerry lee lewis, "great balls of fire" and have been on soundtracks for movies so music has been a special part of your life? >> since i was 12. i started writing songs the same time i learned guitar because i knew i was never going to shred a guitar like jamie back here can so songwriting became a defense. >> a defense. how did you get the name dennis
quaid and the sharks? >> we've been together for 18 years, the sharks, and back in the year 2000 when we formed who is 26 now was 9 years old said, why don't you call yourselves the sharks because it was shark week on tv. so i'm just glad it wasn't dinosaur week. >> i tell you what, we love it and love you guys and happy you're here and you'll perform right now. performing "you're so fine." here's dennis quaid and the sharks. ♪ ♪ look at this face that i present ♪ ♪ listen to my voice in the presence tense ♪ ♪ i give you a piece of my mind that i will sing to you and all my heart that feeds you ♪ ♪ give me one chance i'll make you smile ♪ ♪ give me an inch i'll make you smile ♪
♪ give me your time i'll make it worth all the treasures in heaven and on earth ♪ ♪ 'cause you're so fine ♪ baby, baby, you're so fine ♪ ooh you're so fine ♪ kings and queens may come and go but we got something they will never know ♪ ♪ it's pure, untouched, can't be replaced ♪ ♪ it translates in time, it's bigger than space ♪ ♪ 10,000 leagues below the sea i have carved out a palace for you and me ♪ ♪ in the deepest secret place in the world i'm just a boy you're my girl ♪ ♪ 'cause you're so fine ♪ baby, baby, you're so fine ♪ you make every day a valentine you're so fine ♪ ♪ i'll fill your days with roses and wine ♪
♪ i looked up to the heavens, get some answers soon ♪ ♪ i even met that lazy old sun and he said go ask the moon ♪ ♪ whoo whoo whoo ♪ ♪ ♪ you are the how, what, where when why of me ♪ ♪ who is this i want to be with every day, every night ♪ ♪ kisses in the mornings and by starlight ♪ ♪ i celebrate what will soon be soon because truth be told i asked the moon, with no added words or hyperbole ♪ ♪ just smile inside and often talk he said she's so fine ♪
♪ baby, baby, you're so fine ♪ you make every day a valentine you're so fine ♪ ♪ i'll fill your days with roses and wine ♪ ♪ oh, you're so fine ♪ baby, baby, you're so fine ♪ you make every day a valentine you're so fine ♪ ♪ i'll fill your days with roses and wine ♪ ♪ i'll fill your days with roses and wine ♪ ♪ i'll fill your day with roses 'cause you are so fine ♪ [ applause ] >> whoo! >> whoo! [ applause ] you know when you're at ross and you find their favorite hero at a price that makes you the hero? yes. that's yes for less.
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good morning, it is dry outside. that's not going to last forever. >> it is not, you are correct. the golden gate bridge looking beautiful in that sunshine. still have danger at the beaches but that will expire. the mountains will start tonight, 24 hours of winter storm warnings. head up there now or your go're going to have to wait until sunday. we're looking live at the san mateo bridge. we are getting word we possibly have disabled box truck somewhere on the midspan. traffic was basically stopped at the toll plaza just a moment ago. definitely seeing delays, but have not confirmed that with chp. we're looking good, a few in the
yellow, but mostly we're the green. right now, it's time for live with kelly and ryan. there's a shot from santa cruz this morning. hope you have great mornin >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, country superstar garth brooks. and, an amazing performance direct from the hit broadway show "the illusionists." plus, the latest tech gadgets as we wrap up our holiday gift guide week. all next on "live!" and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪