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we're going to play a round of bay area jeopardy with her. >> who is larissa ke good morning, america. the dangerous storm warning right now. mandatory evacuations out west as a major storm moves in. massive lightning bolts striking california overnight, knocking out power at one of the busiest airports in the world. a plane hit by lightning midair and forced to land. now fears of relentless rain and mudslides. while in the east, tens of millions wake up to bone-chilling cold temperatures. breaking news. a new warning about north korea. new evidence kim jong-un is rapidly rebuilding a missile launch site capable of firing long-range rockets just days after the collapse of the summit with president trump. major medical breakthrough. the fda now approving a nasal spray to treat depression. the treatment related to an illegal club drug said to
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promise immediate help for millions. dr. ashton here with the latest. embattled singer r. kelly breaks his silence making an emotional plea in his first interview since being charged with sexual abuse. >> i'm fighting for my [ bleep ] life. >> his explosive denial this morning. cruise ship nightmare. dramatic new video showing the chaos on board that ship after 150-mile-per-hour wind gust knocks it on its side sending people and objects flying. dozens injured, at least eight rushed to the hospital. and surviving an avalanche. the family driving down the highway when they're swallowed by snow. now they're telling their story. good morning, america. hope you're well on this busy wednesday morning. >> i tell you, this bad weather has been relentless. we want to get right to those mandatory evacuations out west as that new storm hits. >> and take a look at this. the storm brought these powerful lightning strikes to california overnight.
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amazing images right there. 1500 pulses of lightning in just five minutes and now the heavy rains could lead to mudslides and our chief national correspondent matt gutman is in montecito, california, with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: michael, good morning. from the heart of the evacuations. this area is the red zone. the reason for that is the fatal mudslides that killed 20 people last year in this area basically heavily damaged that hotel behind me. there was mud about 3 feet high. we're seeing barricades and police patrolling to try and ensure that police got out. >> whoa. >> reporter: overnight, that lightning show illuminating the california coast as threatening rain and deafening thunderstorms roll in. nearly 1500 pulses of lightning recorded off the santa barbara coast in just five minutes. those massive branches of lightning splitting the sky above santa barbara shocking the darkness with blue light.
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those powerful bolts striking a delta flight headed to seattle forcing it to return to the los angeles airport, which was also struck, briefly losing power. nearly a quarter of an inch of rain swamping roads, flooding parts of highway 1 near guadalupe, california. 3,000 residents in santa barbara county ordered to evacuate ahead of the downpour preparing for those potential catastrophic mudslides near those fire-seared mountains. yesterday, police going door to door trying to ensure that people did in fact evacuate. 3,000 people under mandatory evacuations here. but you got to remember that this area has been under mandatory evacuations six, seven times in the past year. lot of folks saying they're going to ride this one out, michael. >> all right, thank you so much there, matt. ginger will have more on that big storm and the cold in the east just ahead. robin. >> all right, michael. now to those new signs north korea may be ramping up its missile program on the heels of
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last week's summit. experts are now pointing to clues in these new satellite images. chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz has more. she's there in washington for us. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the experts say the rebuilding of this north korean launch site is rapid and deliberate at a site that had reportedly been dormant since last summer. this morning, those new images of construction at this long-range launch site in north korea showing cranes, vehicles and supplies next to the test site, the images emerging less than a week after president trump and kim jong-un's hanoi summit broke down which just this weekend trump called historic. >> i had very productive meetings with chairman kim jong-un. very productive. we get along. we've developed a good relationship, very good, and >> reporter: experts believe
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construction began agaftin aer . president trump has made the lack of testing of nuclear and missile sites a major talking point when citing progress with north korea. >> we have no testing, no missiles going up. no rockets going up. no nuclear testing. >> reporter: but it has always been clear that north korea could restart its program at any time. experts believe that north korea already has or is close to having the ability to hit the u.s. with a nuclear missile. this also comes after the u.s. said it will no longer conduct the annual spring military exercises with south korea in order to give the talks with north korea a chance. rebuilding this facility could, of course, just be a negotiating tactic. one notable point about these images, north korea has made no effort to hide the construction work from those satellites, george. >> yeah, none at all.
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okay, martha, thanks very much. also in washinck on pi tay for closed-door testimony before the house intelligence committee. as president trump labels the congressional investigations a big fat fishing expedition and his lawyers refuse to turn over documents detailing how the president pushed for his son-in-law, jared kushner's, security clearance over objections from intelligence officials. senior congressional correspondent mary bruce tracking it all. this could mean a showdown in court. >> reporter: yeah, george, house democrats this morning are weighing whether they should subpoena for this information, which would likely lead to a tough court battle. look, the white house says that they're not complying with this request because it was overly intrusive and the president does have the legal authority to grant these kinds of clearances, but the democratic chairman here says there is a difference between a president using his legal authority to grant clearances and a president who overrules his top advisers to benefit his family and then allegedly conceals it and, george, this all comes, of course, as cohen is said to do another round of closed-door testimony likely to press him on questions from russia to reports that his legal
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team may have reached out to trump's attorneys for a possible pardon. >> a brand-new investigation in new york of his insurance practices that appears to have grown straight out of that michael cohen hearing last week? >> reporter: yeah, this seems to be a direct response to what michael cohen said in response to a line of questioning from freshman democratic alexandria ocasio-cortez. cohen told her that the president exaggerated his wealth to insurance companies and we're now seeing new york regulators subpoenaing his insurance broker. it's just yet another line of inquiry into the president's personal finances and business dealings. mary, ocasio-cortez, different subject, part of a new struggle. she is defending her fellow the senior leadership in the house are trying to pass a resolution taking on anti-semitism.
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>> reporter: this is exposing a real family feud. a generational and ideological divide between sort of the old guard, the older, more established house members, house democrats, and these younger freshmen, more liberal members. at issue are comments by representative omar that critics say are anti-semitic and whether she's being singled out. we know the house will be voting tomorrow on this formal condemnation of anti-semitism, but it's largely seen as a rebuke of representative omar and you are seeing so many of those fellow freshmen coming to her response just exposing this real divide in the democratic party. >> which is why they may broaden it out to anti-muslim bias as well. okay, mary, thanks very much. and as the senate is set to reject president trump's emergency declaration to build his border wall, there is a new report that arrests of families have climbed over the last five months. in february alone, 76,000 crossed, the most in 11 years, and most are families with children in urgent need of food, water and medical care. customs and border officials say the situation is now at, quote, the breaking point. robin. now to that medical breakthrough. the fda has surge approved a nasal spray to treat a certain form of depression using the
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mind-altering drug that's related to the club drug special k. our chief medical correspondent jennifer ashton is here with all this. millions, millions have to deal with depression. >> yes. >> and this is a new kind of drug that we haven't seen. >> exactly, robin. so let me break it down for you. this is a new approval for a very old drug. it actually came out in the '60s initially used as a type of anesthesia. the drug is called esketamine and this is going to be given in nasal spray form. it's already used off label intravenously but this is specifically for something called treatment resistant depression so this is for people who have failed two traditional types of depression therapy over the appropriate period of time. it does require observation. this will only be given at licensed and accredited designated facilities. people will have to be observed for two hours afterwards but potentially ne cause for optimism. >> it seems very exciting on the surface but what should prospective patients also keep in mind? >> always consider the caveats.
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talking about this drug, esketamine, the issues, number one, potential success. when they studied this drug, it did actually give good results compared to placebo but we'll have to follow that. cost is always an issue anywhere from a couple of hundred dollars to a couple of thousand dollars wholesale, whether insurance covers that, of course, remains to be seen. restricted availability, this is not something that people will go to their pharmacy and take on their own and then side effects. this does carry a black box warning for sedation and altered thinking. >> you say it could really help two hard to treat groups. >> the two groups i'm most interested in, it carries a pregnancy category c, which means it could be used in pregnant women, and it's being studied for patients who are acutely suicidal so this is an area where we desperately need better treatment and this drug works as quickly as two days. >> and again, how long does it last, though? >> well, they're going to need to be treated every two weeks and then boosters as needed. >> you go to a facility to get treated. >> this is not going to be at your local pharmacy. >> nor should it be. >> exactly.
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>> thank you so much, doc. we now turn to the recovery efforts under way from that deadly twister killing 23 people in alabama. crews are still searching for those missing and the white house has announced that president trump will tour the devastation on friday. abc's steve osunsami is there with the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, michael. authorities say there are more than half a dozen people who are still unaccounted for this morning, and to give you a sense of their level of concern, i want you to see what all of this area looks like from our camera that's in the sky right now. they're worried that these people aren't with friends or family but are instead buried under all of this destruction. a total of 23 people were killed in this storm. ten of them, we're learning this morning, are from the same family, brothers, sisters, cousins. i had a heartbreaking conversation with the family of a 10-year-old girl who was killed here. her funeral is this weekend. the family says she was here visiting her best friend. the best friend is hospitalized this morning, she's the only person who survived in that
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house. the friend's father and the fiancee were also killed. a series of funerals are planned and, of course, as you mentioned, the president is visiting here on friday. george. >> it is just so heartbreaking. okay, steve, thanks. we move overseas again to an explosive scare. a counterterrorism investigation is under way after three devices were mailed to airports and a train station in london. one of them caught fire. abc's chief foreign correspondent ian pannell is at waterloo station in london with the latest. good morning, ian. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, george. from waterloo railway station as you say one of the three locations targeted with those letter bombs. overnight, police in ireland joining counterterrorism forces here in the hunt for the london bomber. three homemade improvised explosive devices, three locations across london. e mbcod the city's waterloo railway station. the other two mailed to london's airports. one to the city airport. the other to the main heathrow, and it was near there where someone started to open one of those letter bombs causing it to ignite.
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the building then having to be evacuated, although happily no one was injured. >> and ian, the police pretty sure they're linked? >> reporter: yeah, that's right. the police are saying that they think it's linked and one of the key clues that they appear to have is at least two of those packages were mailed from ireland which is why police there have joined the investigation. counterterrorism command now warning people in london to be vigilant this morning for any suspect packages that could be in the mail or even left at stations like this. george. >> frightening stuff, ian pannell, thanks very much. michael. >> thank you, george. and now to new video showing those terrifying moments on a cruise ship. an unexpected 115-mile-an-hour wind gust tipping the massive ship nearly on its side injuring dozens of passengers. at least eight taken to the hospital. victor oquendo is in port canaveral, florida, with the new details. good morning to you, victor. >> reporter: good morning, michael. we met passengers who were still shaking when they got back on board last night. that powerful gust of s at
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out the tornadoes to the south and were out at sea in the first place. it was a massive gust of wind that rocked the norwegian "escape" cruise sending objects and people flying across the ship. video from a passenger on board showing furniture sliding across the room as terrified passengers cry out in fear. diners running for safety and emergency announcements coming over the loud speaker. cruise ship staff directing passengers to the middle of the ship for safety. friends heather and brielle say they were petrified as the ship began to tilt. >> everyone was screaming, crying. >> reporter: cook an icu nurse said she began helping medical staff on board with the injured. >> we saw about 100 patients,
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crew members, as well as members on the ship, anything from broken bones to lacerations. >> we're going to make access to the ship. i'm going to go ahead and start triage. >> reporter: at least eight passengers hospitalized seen taken off the ship on stretchers to waiting ambulances after the ship arrived in port canaveral on monday. >> i was pinned. >> reporter: the massive 163,000-ton norwegian "escape" cruise was hit with 115-mile-per-hour gusts of wind. that's the equivalent to a category 3 hurricane. the wind knocking the ship to its left side at 45 degrees for over five minutes according to those on board before eventually stabilizing. norwegian cruise line telling abc news the ship encountered unexpected weather in the form of a sudden, extreme gust of wind, and those who received injuries received immediate attention, adding, there was no damage to the ship during the incident and that it remains fully operational. many passengers are still shaken up. >> my heart rate and my blood
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pressure was extremely high. it was terrifying. i don't even know what else to say about it. >> reporter: the ship is now headed to the bahamas. it will continue with its trip as planned. some good news here, all eight of those passengers who were hospitalized have been released. robin. >> that is great news but that had to be terrifying. now to the family that survived an avalanche barreling down the side of a colorado mountain completely covering the car. it was all captured on their dashcam. diane macedo has that story. >> our first avalanche. came off of those peaks over there. >> reporter: this morning, a new glimpse of that massive avalanche barreling onto a colorado highway and burying a truck with a family still inside. >> the moment i saw it and i thought like, oh, no, you know, oh, no, this is it. >> reporter: the coleman family was driving on interstate 70 sunday when their daughter spotted the avalanche. >> kyra was in the backseat and she was like, mommy, mommy, oh, my gosh, oh, my gosh. >> reporter: within seconds they were overtaken.
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>> really, really terrifying, because you can't see anything outside. >> i'm thinking about oxygen and i'm thinking there's three of us in this cab, how much oxygen do we have? then, i saw a little bit of light coming from our moonroof of our truck. >> reporter: with a little digging the family was able to escape, but the colorado avalanche information center says the avalanche was likely a category 3 with enough force to demolish a house. >> i don't see how you could see it as anything other than miraculous that we survived that the way we did with no injuries, the car wasn't really damaged. none of the other people were harmed. to me that's unbelievable. >> you heard that right. the car wasn't even damaged. the daughter kyra now says the experience was exciting or at least she thinks so now that they're home safely. >> i couldn't imagine. >> and he said they could see it coming, nothing they could do. >> what could they do? nothing. >> thank you, diane. also this morning, embattled singer r. kelly speaking out. in an explosive new interview,
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his first since being arrested on sexual abuse charges coming up. and luke perry's daughter is sharing a touching tribute to her father. we'll share with you what she's saying just ahead. but first, let's go back to ginger. >> and i want to start you out just north of akron where there was a 60-vehicle pileup. icy roads responsible for that shut down for some time. chicago, the stevenson, the ike, only a tenth of an inch of snow and that's all it takes especially when it's this cold and you get dozens of accidents. how cold is it this morning? the deep freeze in place, 9 below in chicago. in new orleans, they're waking up feeling like they're subfreezing. your local weather in 30 seconds. first the windchill forecast sponsored by walmart.
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good morning. i'm abc7 news metrologist mike nicco. steady rain this morning then showers and thunderstorms for the rest of the day. more chances of wet weather tomorrow and through the weekend but dry and more like spring next week. upper 50s to low 60s during the afternoon hours. light showers together. low to mid-40s in the north bay. tomorrowowowowowowowowowowowowow we are just getting started. it's just the first quarter, right? >> yeah. >> much more ahead. that r. kelly interview, plus the tribute to luke perry, that's all coming up. we'll be right back. we'll be right back. no, no, no. oh... ooh. what is that? no, no, no. you got a virus. i have a virus? ♪ i'm missing this. did you try restarting it? mom.
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♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ good morning. i'm jessica castro from "abc7 mornings" and get ready for more rain as you head out the door today. crews are watching highway 37. it's a hot spot for flooding as you can see here from this drone video. it was taken last month when the highway was closed. caltrans is trying to prevent flooding, but, good luck today, right? here's a live look at the richmond-san rafael bridge. caltrans is postponing repairs because of the rain. they're postponing that work yet another. it will resume when try weather is expected. >> i was going to show you richmond-san rafael bridge as well. we're looking soggy here.
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we have a delay on the approach and we still have a high wind advisory as well and that's the case for most of our bridges, this morning too. still trying to bounce back from an earlier crash. 14 minutes across the bay bridge. and southbound 101 you're now in the yellow at 13
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> good morning. te sogginess continues. look at live doppler 7. across the bay bridge towards emeryville and oakland, that's where our heaviest rain is right now. that's the cold front pushing through. that's our last area of moderat to heavy rain because we have scattered showers in the forecast once we move towards 9:00 all the way up until noon.
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♪ i promised to fight for the living. >> welcome back to "gma." that is the brand-new trailer for the upcoming and final season of "game of thrones." it's already getting more than 13 million views and counting. twitter says it had more than a million views in just 29 minutes. >> everybody looking for clues. >> everybody is looking for clues. and if you're looking for the cast, look no further. they will be here live next month before the big premiere. >> right here. >> right here. >> on "gma." all right, but now the top headlines we're following this morning. they're facing mandatory evacuations out west as that major new storm hits bringing those powerful lightning strikes overnight. 3,000 residents have been forced to evacuate in california. and here in the east, well, a deep freeze is settling in.
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take a look at the windchill advisory map this morning. even central florida is facing alerts. and take a look at this. just moments ago a royal surprise. prince harry taking the stage in london inspiring children to help others when all of a sudden duchess meghan appeared. listen to the cheers. she got a big ovation. in his speech prince harry quoted martin luther king jr. saying darkness cannot drive out darkness. only light can do that. hate cannot drive out hate. only love can do that. he says meghan often reminds him of that quote, but that was quite a moment for everybody in the audience. >> gets a bigger cheer. >> that happens. we're going to switch gears now and go to that explosive r. kelly interview breaking his silence for the first time since being charged with sexual abuse. kelly broke down, called the accusations lies. alex perez is in chicago with the story. and alex, kelly could be facing serious jail time. >> reporter: hey, good morning,
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george, that's right. he's out on bail and has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him. he says what's happening to him could happen to any celebrity. the disgraced singer r. kelly is addressing allegations against him. in a heated interview he emphatically rejected claims of sexual misconduct against minors and charges of aggravated sexual abuse. >> i sit here and say this, i had two cases back then that i said in the beginning of the interview that i would not talk about because of my ongoing case now. >> okay. >> fair enough. but i will tell you this, people are going back to my past, okay. that's exactly what they're doing. they're going back to the past and they're trying to add all of this stuff now to that to make all of the stuff that's going on now feels real to people. >> but the past is relevant with you with underage girls. >> absolutely, no, it's not. >> why? >> because for one, i beat my
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case. when you beat something -- >> you were acquitted. you were acquitted. >> you can't double jeopardy me like that. it's not fair. it's not fair to songwriter behind megahits like "i believe i can fly" and "remix to ignition" telling cbs news the charges against him are nothing more than rumors. >> not true. whether they're old rumors, new rumors. >> why would they say this about you? >> not true. >> reporter: his representative telling abc news overnight, if they believe that he's a predator and a monster, and that he's holding women hostage, they can come kick the doors in and come get him. but they know he's not a sexual predator. kelly was arrested late last month on ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse. denying the claims kelly at one point in the interview stands and begins ranting towards others in the room. >> y'all killing me with this [bleep]. 30 years of my [ bleep ]. >> robert. >> 30 years of my career. y'all trying to kill me.
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you killing me, man. this is not about music. i'm trying to have a relationship with my kids and i can't do it. y'all just don't want to believe the truth. you don't want to believe it. >> reporter: kelly's arrest coming on the heels of lifetime's six-hour tell-all docu-series "surviving r. kelly" painting a portrait of a man who holds women captive and controls them, claims kelly rejects even addressing the camera directly to deny. >> how stupid would it be for r. kelly with all i been through in my way, way past to hold dy, le 50 you said, how stupid would i be to do that? >> i didn't say -- >> that's stupid, guys. is this camera on me? >> yes. >> that's stupid. use your common sense. don't -- forget the blogs. forget how you feel about me.
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hate me if you want to. love me if you want to, but just use your common sense. how stupid would it be with my crazy past and what i been through, oh, right now i just think i need to be ray monster and hold girls against their will, chain them up in my basement and don't let them eat and don't let them out unless they need some shoes down the street from their uncle. >> robert. >> stop it. y'all quit playing. quit playing. >> robert. >> i didn't do this stuff. this is not me. i'm fighting for my [ bleep ] life. >> reporter: and kelly has other legal troubles too. he's due back in court on a separate unrelated child support case late this afternoon. george. >> okay, alex. wow. good for gayle to keep her composure. >> i was going to say that, keep her composure the way she did, she kept on with the questioning. but her composure was something. >> it really was.
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sunny hostin is here, our senior legal correspondent. so unusual. one, he's sitting down for it at all as a defendant. >> really remarkable. that old adage, anything you say can and will be held against you in a court of law, it does happen, and this type of video will be front and center if this goes to trial. it never ends well for a defendant. remember bill cosby's deposition was used against him at trial. remember that video of jerry sandusky and bob costas, that was used front and center, and that's why defense attorneys never allow this. i kept on thinking, where is his defense attorney and why was this allowed? this was a disaster for robert kelly. >> it's like he went rogue and like he's so narcissistic that he thought he could just convince people. >> yeah. >> okay, he kept bringing up -- unfortunately, he kept using the case, he was talking about the child pornography in 2008. that's not relevant here. >> it's completely irrelevant. we do have double jeopardy so
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it's not going to be brought up at trial unless his team brings w char, t by ot by completely two, not by three, but by four different women, three who allege they were under the age of 16 when this happened and that's really, really significant, and he denies that further on in the interview. again, this video will be front and center. if the jury sees this and they don't believe him, they have his lying or their perception of his lying right on tape. >> this could be one piece of evidence. prosecutors also say they have dna evidence and other forms of evidence. you're a former prosecutor as well. how strong is their case? >> this is an extremely strong case. i mean, typically in sexual assault cases you have only the testimony of the victim. perhaps you have some dna evidence. you do not have videotaped evidence. this case, if it indeed has videotape evidence, is going to be very, very difficult to defend. >> and he's facing ten counts of sexual -- aggravated sexual abuse, possibly 70 years in prison.
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court date is march 22nd, so what's next for him? >> i think we'll see this case proceed to trial, in my opinion. any type of plea deal would have to include sexual offender registry and would have to include jail time. i mean, this is something that's been going on for a very long time. i think everyone on the planet has seen the documentary. you know, you have four now new alleged victims. there's just no way any sex crimes prosecutor would offer a plea deal without jail time and robert kelly is denying all the allegations so i think we may see a trial here. >> robert, robert, robert. >> robert, robert, robert. gayle king, kudos to her. she seemed completely unbothered and she did her job. >> she did. i know you'll talk about this on "the view." >> yes, we will. 11:00 today. >> thanks for being here with us. >> thanks. coming up, luke perry's daughter and that touching tribute to her dad. er dad. this is loma linda, a place with one of the highest life expectancies in the country. you see so many people walking around here
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we're back now with new details about luke perry we're back now with new details about luke perry's final days, what he told his co-stars and his daughter's touching message about her father. gio benitez is here with that. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, robin, good morning. sophie perry wrote that everything is happening so fast, but she says she's grateful for the heartfelt messages. her tv star father widely considered one of the kindest in the business. this morning, abc news is learning new details about the days leading up to luke perry's death. his daughter sophie leaving a charity trip in africa rushing to be by his side at an l.a.
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hospital after he suffered a massive stroke. on tuesday, sophie sharing this photo on instagram writing, i made it back from malawi just in time to be here with my family. i'm not really sure what to say or do in this situation. it's something you aren't ever given a lesson on how to handle. >> hi. i didn't see you. >> i saw you. >> reporter: perry who was most well known as "90210" heartthrob dylan mckay apparently still close with the cast who with him skyrocketed to fame. >> you look great. >> you really think i'm going to get to wear this with you guys? >> reporter: even texting with tori spelling and jennie garth as recently as one week before his death, sending garth photos of his now-grown children. >> you're brandon's sister, huh? >> yeah, i'm brandon's sister. >> reporter: and having lunch with shannen doherty, his onscreen longtime love last month. just last week several of his former castmates signed on for a series reboot. ♪
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>> hey, guys. >> reporter: perry who was starring in the hit teen drama "riverdale" -- >> i don't know about beautiful, but it's going to be big. >> reporter: -- unable to join because of filming commitments but he was rumored to be on board for guest appearances. he spoke of a possible return in 2017. >> with the original cast and those guys back, i would get this hair up again, yeah. >> reporter: in this 1992 interview perry sharing how he wanted to be remembered. >> i want to do something with my life. you know, i want -- when my time here is up i don't want to look back and see that i didn't do anything. you know, and by that i mean i didn't have any effect on anything else. >> and "riverdale" shut down production for a second day on tuesday. of course, the cast and crew is in mourning right now. perry had appeared in almost every episode of that show. they were still shooting that show right now and no doubt they are all so heartbroken. >> it's hard on his family and hard on his tv family as well. >> absolutely. >> i just love hearing his
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you're here to break it down. >> yes, i am, michael. so, those two words causing a lot of controversy, kylie has been in the spotlight since she was a little kid on "keeping up with the kardashians" and, yes, she has a massive social media following. that certainly can't hurt sales for her cosmetics, so did she become a billionaire on her own or not? you be the judge. kylie jenner, the 21-year-old makeup mogul and social media maven, seized the title of world's youngest self-made billionaire from mark zuckerberg who didn't earn the distinction until he reached the ripe old age of 23. now joining the likes of warren buffett, jeff bezos and bill gates, but kylie's inclusion in "forbes'" world billionaire issue has prompted a fierce debate online about what self-made really means. ah, kylie jenner, those days getting up at 5:00 a.m. to deliver the paper in the snow, saving up every nickel and this one, can someone please explain to he how kylie jenner is self-made? hard working, sure, but
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certainly not self-made. "forbes" says they define self-made as any person who bills her own fortune and didn't inherit the money but begs to differ. weighing into the fray with, haven't we gone over this? self-made, having succeeded in life unaided. critics say when she launched her makeup line in 2015, she was already a multimillionaire several times over thanks to the omnipresent presence of the family. but jenner's defenders are quick to point that kylie cosmetics was started with her own money from modeling. kylie's fans say she may have been born into a wealthy family but her net worth now exceeds every other kardashian and jenner. she may have had a few million but she made the rest of her billion by herself. >> no one does anything by themselves. >> everyone gets a hand along the way. >> you call me a billionaire, i don't care how i got it. >> she's still a billionaire.
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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. i'm jessica castro from "abc7 mornings" and metrologist mike nicco is here with our forecast. >> here's a look 7 pulling away from san bruno in the next 15 to 20 minutes. you have a heavy cell also. we're going to turn over to scattered showers and even some thunderstorms that afternoon and evening. >> we had a hit-and-run collision reported. i don't believe that's blocking any longer, but metering lights still on. it's looking very easy commute. here's a quick check of drive "gma," duchess has you at 35
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. major storm. mandatory evacuations as thousands forced from their homes in the west. dangerous lightning strikes overnight. power and runway lights knocked out at one of the busiest airports in the world. we're live from the storm zone. new overnight. the fda with a warning about popular makeup. could cosmetics you have at home be contaminated with asbestos? the safety alert right now. ♪ i'm on my way duchess meghan and brand-new pictures with duchess kate revealing a new clue about her due date. what she told guests at buckingham palace about her baby-to-be. and the moment this morning, duchess meghan in a surprise appearance on stage with prince harry in front of thousands. "bachelor" blow-out. the women tell all overnight. >> shut up. i'm not talking to you right now. >> firing up their feuds, colton
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right in their crosshairs, pelted with questions about his choices and the top trending question overnight, is hannah b. america's next bachelorette? and are you ready for "captain marvel"? she is the superhero taking the big screen and "gma" by storm. >> i'm kind of done with you telling me what i can't do. >> brie larson is here live. ♪ what's that, cher? i love that. good morning, america. thanks for being with us on this wednesday and we're looking forward to "captain marvel's" brie larson, the superhero and air force pilot is marvel's first woman lead. that is a major milestone, and our audience is excited. look at those real-life heroes we have representing the air force this morning and i often say i'm a proud air force brat. >> yes, and i saw the movie last night. yes, fantastic. >> can't wait to see it.
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>> cannot wait to talk to her. you should see the movie without a doubt. >> plus, we have two of the biggest names in the cake game, buddy velastro and duff goldman. they're going head-to-head in our "gma" cake-off. these two have made cakes for lady gaga, beyonce and oprah. now, they're going to make one for "gma," that's right. we're giving them a challenge to make the best morning themed cake in under two hours. they've already been working for an hour so they have a little time to go. >> okay. >> a lot of work left but they're professionals but it all goes to charity for the winner. >> that is coming up. we're going to begin right out west.that majostto ens it brought dangerous lightning and now they're bracing for potential flash flooding and mudslides. our chief national correspondent matt gutman is in montecito with the latest on those dangerous conditions. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning. we're in the heart of the e
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having -- evacuation zone here. that hotel heavily damaged, and everywhere we're going we're seeing roadblocks, road closures, and police patrolling to make sure that people got out. >> whoa. >> reporter: overnight, that lightning show illuminating the california coast as threatening rain and deafening thunderstorms roll in. nearly 1500 pulses of lightning recorded off the santa barbara coast in just five minutes. those massive branches of lightning splitting the sky above santa barbara. those powerful bolts striking a delta flight headed to seattle forcing it to return to the los angeles airport. nearly a quarter of an inch of rain swamping roads, flooding parts of highway 1 near guadalupe, california. 3,000 residents in santa barbara county ordered to evacuate ahead of the downpour, preparing for those potential catastrophic mudslides. deputies have been gone door to door to get people to evacuate.
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but this is the sixth or seventh mandatory evacuation order in this area and evacuation fatigue is setting in. >> okay, matt, thanks very much. >> wishing everybody well in that area. they've been through a lot. we're going to turn now to that new warning about the fda and some makeup products sold by the popular chain claire's. the fda saying that some products tested positive for asbestos. stephanie ramos is here with more. good morning, stephanie. >> reporter: robin, good morning. we know claire's is a hot spot for kids, young teens, but right now the fda is putting out a warning saying people should not use three specific claire's makeup products that tested positive for the cancer-causing chemical. the warning involves particular batches of claire's eye shadow, claire's compact powder and claire's contour palette. the asbestos fibers were first reported back in 2017 and the y of these products, you ucts av should stop using them immediately. claire's is now disputing the
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fda's findings saying they have conducted independent testing and they say their cosmetics are safe but the company says out of an abundance of caution, they have removed the three products and are also removing any remaining talc-based cosmetic products. now, if you think at home you have some of these products, your teens have purchased these products, go to all of the details are right there. robin. >> notice how you said if your teens have purchased those because that's very popular with teens. great to have you in the studio with us, stephanie. >> thanks. coming up, what duchess meghan is saying about her quickly approaching due date. and that explosive "bachelor" women tell all episode and the questions fans are asking, what happened to cassie? and lara is upstairs. >> i am. i wish you could sme it. buddy and duff working so hard in our "gma" bake shop, just installed. this is all competing for charity. who will come out on top? will it be the big bagel or will it be the homage to "gma"? we're going to find out with a wonderful audience. so much coming up on "good morning america." don't go anywhere. we'll be right back.
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cover of "elle" magazine rocking those cute bangs and inside taylor's written an article and it's titled "30 things i learned before turning 30." in it she says she let other's opinions of others on the guys she dated affect her too much. but no more. for an approval seeker it was an important le t mow value system of what i actually want. and on fashion, taylor says it's all about playful experimentation, saying, if you don't look back at pictures of some of your old looks and cringe, you're doing it wrong, people. >> that's true. that's a good point. >> yeah. >> guilty. >> when it comes to accepting her body, taylor says there's no quick fix. i've worked hard to retrain my brain that a little extra weight means curves, shinier hair and more energy, all good things. taylor is sounding like she's in a very good place in her life. in the new issue of "elle," which hits newsstands nationwide, march 26th, thank you, elle, for the exclusive. >> good for her. >> she's positive.
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here's another one, fans of the abc show "nashville" will be thrilled to hear the show has been given yet another life. this time right here on broadway. >> wow! >> why didn't we think of this? such a great idea. the series that brought you connie britton versus hayden panettiere as rival country music stars is being converted to a musical by the tony winner behind hits like "ragtime" saying they're building an original story with entirely new music written by major nashville and broadway songwriters. he says he's so excited to, quote, deliver broadway's first score of true contemporary country music. >> love it. love it. love it. [ applause ] >> what a good idea. this one is fun to look at. halle berry is the latest hollywood superstar to share some new body art. the oscar winner posted this picture.
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check her out on instagram showing this massive vine tattoo rising up the length of her spine. the internet is going crazy for this and she captions it, who says i'm not a mermaid? [ applause ] she didn't say if it's permanent or for a role but she does follow gaga who recently revealed her own back tattoo of a rose to pay homage to a scene in her movie "a star is born," and zoe kravitz also flashing a dragonfly by celebrity tattoo artist dr. wu. the ladies of hollywood expressing themselves and sharing their body art with the world. [ applause ] it's wednesday, a little body art. finally, it's not easy to do the downward dog with a downward dog distracting you. look at this. that's jenny d'agostino trying
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to do yoga with her dog doing his own version. jenny says needless to say she didn't get very far with her yoga workout that day. thought we'd share that for you on this hump day. >> thank you, lara. [ applause ] >> you okay? >> i have a tickle i can't get rid of. excuse me. >> you need a pat on the back? >> please continue. we move on to our cover story. it's the latest on the royals. we showed you duchess meghan making that surprise appearance with prince harry this morning at an event inspiring children to help others and, of course, the couple waiting for their own child. we want to bring in diane macedo with more on that. hey, diane. >> they get ready to welcome a child of their own and with eghan may haveng to know when in given us a small clue. >> reporter: this morning, thunderous cheers for the royal couple in front of a crowd of thousands. prince harry was joined on stage in a surprise appearance by his
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wife meghan at the finale of a rousing speech he gave to young students in london. hugging meghan, the prince told the crowd -- >> i am with you and we are with you. get to work. >> reporter: earlier in his address for a charitable event that encourages children to take part in social change, harry quoted martin luther king, saying -- >> darkness cannot ride out darkness. only light can do that. hate cannot drive out hate. only love can do that. >> reporter: he then told the crowd his wife often reminds him of this quote and she came out on stage in a surprise appearance. the crowd erupted. this is meghan's second public appearance in as many days. she's due sometime in april, but her third trimester isn't slowing her down. she recently traveled to new york and morocco. just last weekend she and prince harry went to see "teen" the musical and yesterday was all smiles as the royal family marked prince charles' 50th anniversary as the prince of wales. the new royal baby is officially
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almost here. with royal baby watchers desperate to know her due date, duchess meghan has revealed a clue. >> we're nearly there. >> reporter: that's meghan telling a guest at buckingham palace we're nearly there as she joked about her growing bump. >> a bit different than when i saw you last. >> meghan clearly seems to feel pretty good. she still has a pretty busy program of engagements both publicly and behind the scenes. whenever we see her she looks very full of energy. she looks glowing so clearly the end of her pregnancy is going really well for her. >> reporter: meghan is also not slowing down in the fashion department sporting a gold brocade dress and amanda wakeley coat, a designer favored by the late princess diana. meanwhile, duchess kate also dressed for the occasion wearing a long custom gown. this is the first time the duchesses have been publicly seen together since christmas when rumors started of a rift between them. >> what we've seen is, of course, evidence that actually these two women do, you know, get on well and that they do
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enjoy each other's company. >> and that's a good thing because we are going to see both duchesses together again on monday as the royal family marks commonwealth day. so fans of the fab four have something to look forward to next week. >> thank you, diane. >> thank you, diane. and now something else to look forward to. that "bachelor" blowout, the women tell all episode got heated and now the question fans are asking this morning, what happens to cassie and is hannah b. the new bachelorette? abc's abbie boudreau was behind the scenes and she has more. >> reporter: sparks fly and the claws come out last night as it's the women's turn to tell all. >> shut up. i'm not talking to you right now! >> you called -- >> talking over me. >> cancer of the house was probably a little extreme. >> reporter: picking up right where they left off. >> you were more like bedbugs. >> you've thrown every single person here under the bus. >> ladies, we're going to stop.
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>> reporter: pointing fingers. >> she called me a psycho. she called me emotionally unstable. >> time's up. >> i'm talking. >> time's up. >> all i hear you do is run your mouth. you never say anything of substance. >> reporter: and reviving fiery feuds. >> let me talk! >> demi -- >> you literally have the maturity of a 3-year-old. all you do is talk about yourself and talk about other people all day. go to timeout. go to timeout, demi. >> security. i just shoved my heel on your throat. >> ladies, settle down. >> reporter: now for the first time colton forced to face his past and explain to the be front-runner, kailyn, why it wasn't a perfect match. >> when did you know it wasn't me because i felt it all the way until the end? >> i didn't have anything to say because i felt terrible. i didn't give you any closure and i don't know if there's anything i could say now that will. um, yeah. >> reporter: "gma" there for it all as heartbroken kailyn tearfully revealing how she felt blind-sided.
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>> i thought i was over him but tonight told a different story. i got way more emotional than i ever expected seeing him again and watching my heart break unfold all over again. >> reporter: hoping to finally have closure. >> you were hoping to get a little bit of closure? >> i got nothing. >> reporter: but the question on everyone's mind, a noticeably absent cassie. >> i didn't think it would be this hard. >> reporter: was it really the last time we'll see her? we had to ask. >> is cassie doing okay? >> yeah, i think we're all struggling with this process. it's hard but she's good. >> do you think that cassie and colton will end up together? >> i don't know. i honestly -- i've been trying to get it out of her. i've been begging and pleading and she is my best friend and nothing, won't budge. >> really? >> yes. >> do you think he finds love with cassie? >> i -- like i said, i do hope that colton finds happiness out of this. >> do you think he does though? >> i don't know.
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it's not looking good. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. and you can see "the bachelor" two-night finale on monday at 8:00, 7:00 central here on abc, and now we're going to go to ginger. i'm so excited to bring you a "gma" moment today from utah. they have a coach and a teacher who just happens to be a captain in the air national guard. he was supposed to be gone for a year but he came back at five months and surprised the guys so those are all his students but also the basketball team that he coaches and they were so pumped. i love that and just the love you hear when you watch this video and the beauty of that relationship was so special. thank you for sending that in. please do go to my facebook page and send your "gma" moment so we can share it with everybody else. let's get a check now closer to good morning. i'm abc7 news metrologist mike nicco. steady rain this morning then showers and thunderstorms for the rest of the day. more chances of wet weather
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tomorrow and through the weekend but dry and more like spring next week. upper 50s to low 60s during the afternoon hours. light showers together. low to mid-40s in the north bay. tomorrowowowowowowowowowowowowow now to our new series spring skintervention taking a look at the hottest new trends in skin care. this morning we're looking at -- get ready for this -- blood cream. blood cream. yes, it's exactly what it sounds like, it's supposed to help you heal faster and look younger so what do people think? becky worley is on the case for us. >> reporter: in the hunt for smooth skin, the latest fountain of youth, your own blood. dr. barbara sturm sells a customized cream made from your own blood. bloods cream, really? the growth factors are said to supercharge healing and even
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though it costs $1400, stars like hailey baldwin and emma roberts swear by it. >> would you use a facial cream made out of blood? >> no. >> no? >> no. >> if it's my own blood, maybe, but if it's not my own blood, i would be worried. >> yeah. >> what if it costs $1400? >> absolutely not. >> would you use a facial cream made out of your own blood? >> yeah. >> that doesn't sound gross? >> no. >> all right. >> yes, i would. my own blood. >> only your own blood? >> only my own blood. >> how long does it last for? >> good question. >> if it lasts the rest of my life, absolutely. >> reporter: the $1400 question, how well does it work? for "good morning america," bec francisco. >> thank you, becky. and board certified dermatologist and a good friend of our show dr. whitney bowe is here with her verdict. good to see you. >> thank you. >> so, are we really talking about blood here? >> platelet rich plasma so take
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a look. blood is composed of red blood cells, white blood cells and then a yellow plasma that's naturally rich in platelets. the part that you want to young healthy skin is that prp, that platelet rich plasma because it starts to stimulate wound heal and the growth factors in it are thought to trick our aging cells into behaving as though they're young and healthy but you don't want white or red blood cells to get in there. those could cause inflammation and even stain the skin. >> okay, so, how do you know if what you're using is really working? >> to get an effective blood cream, make sure the plasma's not contaminated. to do that your doctor will take a sample of your blood so for today's purposes we're using a substitute and we put it in here and put it in a centrifuge. when i hit start, it actually separates out the different components of the blood based on their size and their density so, when it's time to remove that tube, it looks something like this. you can really see the separation of the different components but in reality prp
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actually looks more like this. it's yellow in color so when you're shopping for a blood cream check the color. if it's a little yellow, that's okay. if it's red or pink, pass. >> so what does it need to do to be most effective? >> walk over here and i'll show you. so basically you're really hoping this growth factor is penetrating into the skin so imagine that the cake is your skin and the icing is the blood cream and these blue sprinkles are your growth factors. when you're rubbing this cream onto the surface of the skin, you're hoping that those blue sprinkles, those growth factors are penetrating into the skin but realistically speaking, we're kind of hoping at least they have an indirect effect and somehow communicate with the deeper layers, maybe. >> so we heard from becky. how long does it last? that's what people want to know. >> the answer is we don't really know. we even reached out to dr. sturm's team requesting any data to show these factors are active.
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for more than a few hours and they said they provided all the information they could. >> bottom line it for us. what's your verdict? >> if you've got $1400 to spend, it probably can't hurt. but if you're looking for something with some real results, i'd say save the money for a trip to your dermatologist. >> what other suggestions would you have if you don't want to spend the $1400? >> there are so many other creams like retinoids, peptides that have been shown to have an effect even when you apply them on the surface, or you can use prp procedures in the office like a vampire facial. >> why not? we're talking blood. why not a vampire facial? full service here. [ applause ] dr. bowe, so good to see you. >> thanks for having me. coming up, captain marvel herself brie larson is here live. [ applause ] ause ]
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good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." >> good morning. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." the health office has declared a local health emergency because of waste from flooding. last week's storms has scattered waste along water ways, roadsides. the county is asking people to put their waste on their property so it can be collected. >> we've got some flooding really slowing you down on northbound 101 trying to get into san francisco. we've got a lane down just before the 280 split. northbound 280 is very heavy. mass transit might be the way to go. here's a look at walnut creek.
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> good morning. good news. the heaviest of the rain gone. we have some showers, across the bridge over towards burlingame and in the santa cruz mountains and heading towards the south bay. this is what we're going to have the rest of the day. scattered showers a chance of thunderstorms. locally brief, heavy rain. reggie?
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>> another abc7 news update in about 30 minutes. "gma" continues right now. i am so excited to see "captain marvel" because i love to see women portrayed in power roles as strong, courageous women who can do anything any boy can do. >> i'm excited to see "captain marvel" because being a hero is an equal opportunity. >> i'm excited to see women do extraordinary things. [ applause ] >> wonderful. >> welcome back to "gma." it is wonderful. we have a wonderful audience but we also have some of the bravee. thank you so much for being here. [ applause ] thank you for your service. we're excited to have you here and our next guest as well, marvel's first female superhero
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lead starring in "captain marvel." before we bring her out, let's take a look at her in action. ooh! >> oh, yeah. and it gets better. now, please welcome oscar winner brie larson. [ applause ] >> looking good. hi. [ applause ] good to see you. hi. good to see you. hey. >> how are you? >> doing good. thank you. hi. [ applause ] >> welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. we are excited to have you here. >> thank you. >> saw the movie last night and i'm like, what a hero she is. >> oh, you saw it? cool. >> also on instagram, i saw your
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instagram -- ? you saw me on instagram? >> you're on a pineapple. you're on a pineapple. >> i know, dude, it's weird. >> does that mean you've made it? >> well, that's what i'm thinking. it's just like not part of my experience that i thought would ever happen like no one warns you about that, like i still was like, oh, my god, i'm in times square but really the pineapple sent it over the edge. >> i can't do anything else ever again. >> how could we top your performance in this movie? thank you so very much. [ applause ] >> thank you. [ applause ] >> anybody that you look to in the industry when you were coming along? >> oh, i mean, ev ye really toni collette when i was younger that i looked up to and eveua to work withhe years i've just this incredible experience of getting to work with legends like on the film getting to work with annette on this where you
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get to have all this time. we have really long scenes together in this movie so you get to play scene partners with somebody who is just incredible. >> i know you had mentioned before carrie fisher when you saw her and how inspirational she was. >> yeah, i wanted to be princess leia. >> you wanted to be princess leia. >> yeah, i bought a shirt -- i was like probably 8 years old. i bought a shirt that was for like maybe my size now thinking that i was going to get to play her at some point. i kept it in my closet. i'm sure my mom has it in the garage somewhere. >> he does. >> we saw new action. strongest character in the universe. check out these numbers. 225-pound deadlift. >> more than me. >> 400-pound hip thrust. what was that training like. >> hard. really hard. you know, i cried a lot at the gym. i was living there. i have a whole new respect for athletes. >> you don't miss it? >> i mean i'm still doing it. not quite to that level. if i have to do something action
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oriented again i'll get back into it but it's -- it changes everything. i mean it changes your mind. it changes the way you carry yourself but it's such a sacrifice. such a full time commitment. i just -- i loved it. i really loved it. >> you were pushing jeeps uphill. >> i did. >> you run out of gas or was that part of your training? [ applause ] >> no, no, that -- it was a joke. it really started as like a joke with my taper because, you know, "captain marvel" can move planets so if she can move planets i should be able to push a car and so that's how it went. after a couple of months of training i went walking to the gym and he was like, all right, today's the day. there's no way i can do that. and then he pushed me and i did it and i pushed that car at a slight incline for 60 seconds and it's interesting, it's amazing. you realize the importance of good teachers too in those moments. a good coach is kind of everything because i would have never thought i could do that then that experience of feeling it and realizing that i could do more than what i had previously
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limited myself to. >> you have the experience of spending time with real members of the united states air force. we have some members here. >> yeah. [ applause ] she's the first woman firefighter -- >> fighter pilot. >> just what you said and have colonel jackie who has a question for you here in the audience. >> hi. colonel jackie, i'm representing joint base and we have some from dover and all of us active duty reserve fly heavy aircraft so air refuelers and cargo but understand you had an opportunity to fly in a fighter so wondering if you enjoyed it and would you do it again. >> i did enjoy it and i do want to do it again mostly because i'm competitive and only pulled 6.5 gs. it was amazing. i got to spend two days with at the air force base hanging with fighter pilots and kind of learning the ropes. i mean as much as you can in two
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days. just so when it came to being up in the air in the movie, i looked like i knew what i was doing and at the premiere which i think was yesterday actually or two days ago, we actually had a lot of the air force there, a lot of the people who were on set with us and it wasn't until i was sitting in the audience i was like, i hope this is okay. they seemed to be really pleased with how it all turned out. >> only 6.5 gs. >> yeah, it's a really -- it's hard to explain what gs feel like. it's kind of like the closest i can say is you know a roller coaster when it takes off but a million times more than that. >> i would be nauseous. third time working with samuel jackson. you got to tell us about the first. >> my first time working with sam was on "kong: skull island" and he looked at me with that u anit was j really hard.
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he's looking at you like that but i refused. i'm going to win you over. we are going to be great friends and we did. by the end he's like, you make me laugh. i like that. >> sam tries to intimidate you. he tries to intimidate you. >> he says he's not intimidating but he is. >> the funny thing is when you watch the film, man, they aged him back 20 years. >> still looks the same. kind of looks exactly the same. i mean, he's so cute. [ laughter ] cute in the movie. oh, my gosh. i feel like he looks the same. >> everybody who is intimidated by sam is saying, oh, he's so cute. the movie is fantastic. everybody, make sure you go check it out. "captain marvel," it hits theaters on friday. and you know what we're doing. we're giving our entire audience imax tickets to experience the film on the mi up we have our big "gma" cake bake-off. we'll be right back. [ applause ]
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back now on "gma." the stars of "queer eye" have affected so many people's lives helping them revolutionize everything from their style to their homes and the fab five is back with a new season of stance for makes and brought our
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special "gma" contributor adam rippon behind the scenes for an exclusive look. nobody does it better. so they are taking on a whole new part of the country. >> yes, they packed up their car, they put everything in it. you know how you pack up a car and they went all the way up to kansas city and i actually tried to hitch a ride with them. they let me kind of spend the day with them. we had so much fun so take a look. ♪ they're the guys you love, the fab five. but doesn't the fab six sound so much better? >> it's funny. we've never had a member that could actually be the sixth member of like the crew. >> were you guys expecting the success of the show? were you expecting this to just take off? >> no. >> for me never ever ever. >> i wish i had spent more time preparing for it because --
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>> i was most worried about not liking it. >> for somebody like me, i see you guys and just like every time you guys are out there doing something i feel like so much pride. after a ride share worthy of a five-star rating it was time to get the inside scoop on season three. >> why did they bring you to interview us. they knew i wouldn't be able to focus. can we interview about what it's like to be the icon you are? >> yeah, we can go back and forth. i would so love that but you know what, i want to turn it back to you because, you know, we do have all day. kansas city. >> we didn't want to go to the coast where we all think the same but to a place where we could have a conversation with people and learn from each other. >> how do you think this group of gay men is changing america? >> we present ourselves as ourselves, sometimes it's helping with a haircut or self-worth or self-esteem and sometimes conversations about
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being gay come up. >> you know, you can be five gay guys going into the home of a white trump supporting cop in georgia and walk out being best friends. are you going to change each other's political views per se, no, but you begin to humanize each other and when you humanize groups that you're not familiar with, you start to think about them more. >> reporter: from bringing people together and bringing inspiration into our homes, it's clear this group has no shortage of chemistry. you guys have a favorite experience from the show? >> to meet these four idiots and to actually get to work with them because we truly do have such a laugh. like we do. we do. >> happy birthday! ♪ >> reporter: what's in for spring. >> western will not go away. cowboy, cowboy, cowboy. >> what is the one item that we need at a dinner cheese and charcuterie board. >> and you have to have coffee
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because it means it's time to go. >> a statement piece every home should have? >> a good rug. a good rug. >> i agree. karamo, i'm trying to work on my self-esteem. what is your advice? >> look in the mirror, queen. look at you. >> i'm asking for a friend. >> a daily affirmation. just remind yourself that you're perfectly designed. that's it. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> no, we're telling your friend that he is perfectly design. >> i'm going to text him. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> i love that. you're perfectly designed. >> you know, it was so much fun and i felt like, you know i also have queer eyes so i felt like i was a good sixth member for the day. >> i told you backstage you should be the athletic one to teach people how to get fit, why not? >> after spending the day with them i was like -- they can put everybody's life together and if i was the sixth member at the end of the day they could just put my life together. >> yes. >> i felt like it would be helpful. >> i think you're doing just fine. that was fantastic. >> thank you.
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so much fun. >> season three of "queer eye" hits netflix friday, march 15th. cannot wait the fab five will be right here live in times square march 21st. buckle up. ginger, over to you. >> thank you, lara and adam. i have got buddy and duck working hard. we're about to have a cakeoff. i am surrounded. this is a buck of frosting just in case anybody was -- i don't know from i've ever seen that. i bet people in milwaukee wish in their front yards bash i bet you could re-create that. look at this. a picture real quick. there it is. >> oh, absolutely. look at those fun snowmen. >> i see cake do everything. >> especially when i'm standing next to you. by the way if you left milwaukee and went to the gulf coast or e ndil ts morning is eak, sorry, right around freezing for a lot of people that have windchill advisories. guys, i can't wait till you see the creations i see beh
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good morning. i'm abc7 news metrologist mike nicco. some light showers at noon. the chances increases this afternoon and this evening and also a chance of thundersrsrsrss >> the weather report has been s sponsored by parodontax. i'll take this with me. lara and sara. >> save some for me. >> ginger, come back. >> a buck of icing. sara is also here as you can see. what's coming up today? >> well, in honor of women's history month we have a big show with tennis icon, tennis icon -- you got to love this. billie jean king. >> she's amazing. >> she's amazing and we're also cooking with one of our favorites, carla hall. >> i saw her in the elevator. ing looks so cute. going to be a great show and as you saw, cake on "gma." coming up, who takes the cake? will it be buddy? will it be duff? i know sara and i will be tasting. the big reveal coming up on "gma." ♪
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four, three, two, one.chee] we are back with the big finale. okay, you got to step away, guys. i know you like to put those little final touches. >> that's it. >> what you have done this morning you'll do every week on your fabulous new show, so tell people what they can expect, duff. >> fireworks. firework, yeah. me and buddy going head to head and baking and making cakes with jeff and ralph. >> i mean, honestly, people have been wanting to see me and duff go head-to-head for years. it's finally happened. the cakes are going to be out of control. really, really. [ applause ] >> i know you guys both -- you guys are both so competitive. >> yes. >> a little bit. >> no trash-talking, right? >> oh, he's more of a trash talker than me. >> really? >> oh, yeah. >> i let my cakes speak for sit.
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that's what i'm saying. >> that's his form of trash-talking. >> i'd save it for the show. >> okay. guy, go back to your respective corners. are you all ready to see? [ applause ] all right. all right. drum roll, please. [ drum roll] duff. oh, that's pretty good, my man. so tell us about your creation here. >> okay, so the theme was mornings, right so i'm in new york, i live in l.a. but, you know when i'm in new york and think of mornings i think of bagels, right? so this is an everything bagel red onions, capers, a little schmear but the inside is lemon poppy so the inside and the outside. >>force. did you get a good picture of
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this one because you said your boss -- you happy with it? okay. all right. duff. all right. [ applause ] looks good. i don't know. and so if we could have the drum roll yet again for buddy. drum roll, please. [ drum roll ] [ applause ] oh, my. is this supposed to be strahan? >> can you come in closer right here on michael right here. i love the cheeks and everything. yeah, he's going to love that. >> he's my guy. he's my guy. >> tell us about your creation here. >> i got to tell you, when i heard "gma" and i heard the breakfast i thought of every morning when i wake up with my wife and i watch you guys because you guys are truly the best on air and honestly, i mean that. >> you know we're not judges. we're not judges. >> it's the truth. i wake up to you guys and laugh at strahan and stuff like that but i got to tell you, for me i
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just wanted to bring the energy of what the show brings and it's all the hosts and when i think of breakfast i think of pancake, waffles, bacon, toast and eggs and all that stuff and yes. i love how you -- you perfected george's hair. that is george's -- >> i know george is particular about his hair. we don't want to fool around. >> so we have 5,000 to each charity on the line here. so let's see who likes duff's. [ applause ] all right. how about buddy's creation. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know. i know duff, you're playing for no hungry kid. >> no kid hungry. >> and you? >> make-a-wish foundation. you know, we can't choose.
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5,000 to each. 5,000 to each. come on. [ applause ] the food network. the food network, no kid hungry, make-a-wish foundation, 5,000 each from the food network. congratulations to you both and thank you. you guys are so good like this. "buddy vs. duff" premieres sunday night on the foot network. we'll be right back. congratulations. [ applause ] even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, ghures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors. secondhand smoke is toxic. especially to children. protect your family. visit
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is "abc7 mornings." good morning. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui. and mike nicco, this is not the forecast most of us wanted. >> i tell you, it's improving, how about that? we don't see any yellows anymore. we got some greens, walnut creek, also around oakland. daily city heading towards san francisco and the south bay. i have downgraded the storm impact scale to a one for the rest of today. local downpours and thunderstorms possible. >> we're looking pretty soggy on a lot of our traffic cameras and still very heavy in a lot of areas. we got about 60 incidents on the board, that includes crashes, flooding. very heavy. >> time now for "live with kelly and ryan." we'll see you again at
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