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good morning, america. breaking news. the urgent new warning for american personnel in iraq. the state department's new alert this morning ordering all non-emergency staff to leave iraq immediately as tensions rise with iran. u.s. troops now on high alert. we're live with the latest. breaking overnight, abortion ban. protests erupting as lawmakers in alabama vote for the most restrictive abortion law in the country, making it a felony for doctors to perform one. the bill now on the governor's desk. will this fight head to the supreme court? also overnight, boeing bombshell. the new audio recording revealed. the heated meeting between pilots and executives before that second fatal crash. were the pilots' warnings
ignored? abc news exclusive in the delphi murder mystery. those two indiana teens killed while hiking. what the top cop on the case is now revealing only on "gma." draft lottery stunner. overnight, the new orleans pelicans winning the zion sweepstakes about to score the biggest player to enter the nba and the heartbreak for fans on the losing end. [ chanting "no" ] and are you ready? bts just moments away from kicking off our biggest party in the park ever. the k-pop super group smashing records, selling out shows worldwide, and now you have got a front row seat to the hottest summer concert you will ever see. it's all happening live, only on "gma" this morning. ♪
it is a good morning. can you feel the excitement? bts army out, look at that. out in full force packed. that is a live look at the audience packing into central park. 3,000 people there to see our very first concert of the summer. >> and some of them have been camping out for days. see them there sleeping in the park in cold weather, the rain. bts is one of the most popular bands in the world right now and they're performing live right here on "gma." the concert is already trending on twitter. hasn't even started yet. >> as i was reporting live on the ground at 3:30 this morning, that line you saw ten blocks long down fifth avenue. big crowd in central park. we begin with breaking news overnight. the state department has ordered all non-emergency u.s. personnel to leave iraq immediately warning of threats from iran and rising tension across the region. abc's chief global affairs anchor martha raddatz is tracking all the latest from washington.
good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, george. the embassy in baghdad is massive and heavily secured with thousands of employees, but this morning, all of the non-emergency personnel are being ordered to depart baghdad and depart the consulate in erbil. just last week, the u.s. warned that iran or its proxies were possibly planning an attack on american forces in the region and sent that carrier strike group and bombers as a show of force and just yesterday after a british general commanding troops in iraq told reporters that there has been no increased threat from iranian backed forces, u.s. central command issued a highly unusual rebuttal saying that the general's comments run counter to the identified credible threats available to intelligence from u.s. and allies regarding iranian-backed forces in the region and centcom said they have raised the security posture in iraq to a high level of alert due to possibly imminent threats to the more than 5,000 forces in iraq.
it is very rare they would make that announcement publicly, george. >> that is rare, martha, but there is also some concern inside the government, inside iraq that some of these threats may be hyped and echoing concerns to the first iraq war back in 2002/2003. >> reporter: exactly, george. many allies are skeptical of the intelligence. the british foreign secretary trying to de-escalate the situation, calling for a period of calm on both sides, worried about a miscalculation that would send us into war. of course, this has back a campaign issue, joe biden saying that the president has no foreign policy. >> and the president dismissing those reports that the pentagon had drawn up plans for 120,000 u.s. troops saying it could be far more. >> reporter: exactly. after first denying there was a plan for 120,000 troops if we were attacked, the president then said there would be many more than that. this, of course, from a president who said he would get us out of the mideast, george. >> martha raddatz, thanks very much. robin? now, george, also to that breaking news overnight, alabama lawmakers passing what could
become the most restrictive abortion law in the country. steve osunsami has the details. steve, a battle is brewing that could go all the way to the supreme court. good morning. >> reporter: that's right, robin. the legal challenges for this law and others like it are promised. abortion would be criminalized in alabama, made a felony and the way the law is written, it would punish doctors who perform them with up to 99 years in prison. the only exception would be if the mother's life were in danger. >> house bill 314 passes. >> reporter: it's the nation's most restrictive anti-abortion measure outlawing abortion in almost every case including rape or incest and this morning it heads to alabama's anti-abortion governor for her signature and she is expected to sign it. >> i apologize to the women of alabama for this archaic law we passed. >> reporter: the bill was passed by a veto-proof majority in the state legislature who are mostly men, and they fought so bitterly that at one point, the debate
had to be suspended. >> he did not make a motion. >> he did make a motion at the table. >> excuse me. >> reporter: the long game is the u.s. supreme court hoping that odds are now better that today's highest court will overturn the 1973 decision of roe versus wade which legalized abortion nationwide. >> we are trying to keep it just as it was, was to address the issue that roe versus wade was decided on, which is, is that baby in the womb a person? [ chanting ] >> reporter: outraged women have been stalking lawmakers dressed as handmaids channeling the television drama in protest. >> in "the handmaid's tale" it is all about women's autonomy because women have been pretty much treated like breeding factories, and we believe this is what laws like this do. >> reporter: this latest battle over abortion is sweeping across several states including this one, kentucky, ohio and others that have passed heartbeat laws essentially banning abortion at
about six weeks which critics say is before many women even know they're pregnant and essentially bans abortion altogether. robin? >> all right, steve. thank you. michael? thank you, robin. now to that bombshell report about boeing, revealing new details about a meeting shortly after the first deadly crash. in the audio recordings you can hear the pilots pleading with boeing to take more action to prevent an accident. our senior transportation correspondent david kerley has the details. david, this comes ahead of a house committee hearing on the planes today. >> reporter: yeah, it's coming up in just a couple of hours. members of congress want to know what's going on with that 737 which is grounded after those two deadly crashes, and how the faa certified that aircraft. this coming on this morning after this heated conversation, american airlines pilots asking months ago to boeing officials why didn't they know about this new flight control system. >> we flat out deserve to know what's on our airplanes. >> i don't disagree. >> reporter: the tapes reveal this morning the frustration
bordering on anger of pilots from the pilots union meeting just weeks after this max crash when the world learned that a new system could nose down the aircraft and may have contributed to the crash. this is the first time we have heard part of that heated conversation. >> we're the last line of defense to being that smoking hole and we need the knowledge. >> reporter: the tapes shared with media outlets including "the new york times" quoting the vice president of boeing at this november meeting saying, the worst thing that can ever happen is a tragedy like this and the even worse thing would be another one. but there was a second crash less than five months later in ethiopia. the boeing engineers trying to explain back in november why they didn't announce that new system to pilots. >> i don't know that understanding this system would have changed the outcome on this. a million miles, you're going to be maybe fly this airplane and maybe once you're going to see this ever.
so we try not to overload the crews with information that's unnecessary so they actually know the information that we believe is important. >> reporter: at the time boeing issued a bulletin to airlines about this new system called mcas. >> pilots taped the meeting because they were concerned about the safety of the 737 max 8 and they didn't feel like boeing was sufficiently answering their questions or giving them as much information as they wanted. >> reporter: boeing told airlines it was working on a software fix for the system. the american pilots pushing for boeing to issue a second bulletin calling for that software fix. but the upgrade was apparently not ready at the time. >> we want to make sure we're fixing the right thing. >> yeah, i get that. >> that's the important thing, to make sure we're fixing the right things, but we don't want to rush and do a crappy job fixing the right things and we also don't want to fix the wrong things. >> reporter: now, boeing did not comment on this conversation back in november. only saying that it is working with its customers and regulators to get the 737 max back up in the air and, robin,
it is the acting head of the faa who will be on capitol hill later this morning. >> i know but, david, to hear that audio, all right. thanks so much. now to new developments in that deadly midair crash between two sight-seeing planes in alaska. the death toll rising to six. federal investigators are now on the scene and will carr is there in ketchikan, alaska, with the latest. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, ro robin. investigators tell me they're going to take a hard look at both companies involved. it comes as we're learning more about the victims. they range in age from 39 to 56. they were all out for an adventure when something went tragically wrong. overnight, hopes were shattered in a community known for its strength. the coast guard just found two more bodies bringing the death toll to six after two float planes collided in midair. >> the larger of the two quickly began to sink where it was. >> reporter: the wreckage of the smaller plane is flipped upside down. its floats jutting out of the ice cold water.
a chilling reminder of the fatal crash that took place in the alaskan wilderness about eight nautical miles outside of ketchikan. >> we just kind of channeled back and forth, zigzagging around trying to look for anybody that would be trying to survive out there. >> reporter: jake bower, a volunteer firefighter combed the rugged shore line looking for survivors, but found parts of both planes instead. >> it's the part of the job that you don't look forward to. >> reporter: the ntsb now has a go team on the ground. what are some of the things you're looking into that could be the cause of this? >> we're looking at a number of factors. >> reporter: that includes the weather and both pilots' histories. abc news confirmed one, randy sullivan was killed. both planes filled with passengers from the royal princess cruise ship. the larger plane was just returning from the majestic misty fjord national monument when it crossed that fatal path with the smaller plane.
the question now is why? to help answer that question the ntsb went to the scene overnight. they're hoping to release a preliminary report sometime in the next two weeks, george. >> will carr, thanks very much. we go to the capitol now where senate investigators have reached a deal with the president's son don junior to testify about the russia investigation. our chief congressional correspondent mary bruce has the latest. mary, don jr. had balked at the coittee's initial request? >> reporter: yes, george. in fact, twice the president's son agreed to come you here voluntarily, but both times he failed to show up. they issued a subpoena, and now they have reached a deal. donald trump jr. is agreeing to come in and be interviewed behind closed doors sometime next month. we're told this will be limited in its scope and time. but, george, this deal now ends what had become a pretty tense standoff here on the hill between the president's son and the republican-led committee that put a lot of republicans in a
really awkward position and now donald trump jr. is promising to pay back these loyal republicans who stood by him during this fight. a source telling us that trump jr., quote, will return the favor come the 2020 campaign. >> wonder what that means exactly. meantime, on the house side, the house intelligence committee is now investigating trump lawyers for possible obstruction. >> reporter: yeah, george, this all stems from claims made by michael cohen. he told lawmakers that these lawyers close to the president had helped him to craft false testimony regarding that trump tower deal in moscow. now the committee wants to know if these lawyers helped to obstruct their investigation. they're demanding testimony and documents, but these lawyers are making it clear they do not plan to comply. they are citing attorney/client privilege. >> the question is what other evidence the committee has. okay, mary bruce, thanks very much. michael? >> thank you, george. now as the nor'easter finally moves out, a new storm is brewing out west. millions bracing for heavy rain, snow and flooding and ginger is here tracking it all for us. good morning, ginger. >> good morning, michael. as nice as it is to see the sun, the leftovers of some of the
stationary front that came through some of those storms on the east coast, polk county, florida showing the damage. six people inside that rv, thankfully everybody is okay. we're concerned that type of damage could happen later this week and weekend. new low pressure system coming onshore. san francisco bay area tonight, the evening commute will be so messy. los angeles tomorrow morning gets the rain. then we watch this thing move across the rockies up to two feet of snow in the rockies, by the way, in parts of the sierra and look at this. tornadoes. i'm talking large tornadoes possible. damaging winds for sure, and hail, from nebraska and south dakota down to the mexican border, robin. >> all right, ginger. now the nba draft lottery. the biggest prize in the nba this season other than winning the title, of course. >> of course. >> a chance to pick college phenom zion williamson and the new orleans pelicans got him. paula faris is here with the reaction and there was a lot of reaction. >> a lot of reaction. i know you were probably doing the happy dance. >> i got family in new orleans. >> i know you do. love the city of new orleans. 6%, everybody. new orleans had just a 6% chance
of getting the number one pick in the draft lottery and now they have the opportunity to draft the most coveted player since lebron james. >> the new orleans pelicanpelic >> reporter: overnight, jubilation down in the big easy. [ cheers and applause ] in a shocking upset, the new orleans pelicans grabbing the top spot in this year's nba draft lottery. >> it's just another positive event for us in what's going to be, we hope, several we stack together. >> reporter: their prize -- >> look out. >> reporter: -- is potential number one pick zion williamson. >> whatever that team needs me to do, i'm going to be able to do it. >> reporter: the news sending shock waves around the nba. the new orleans pelicans head coach couldn't contain his emotions. even the pelicans ticket office partying like it's mardi gras. the 18-year-old phenom known for his spectacular dunks and showstopping athleticism is now likely heading south.
a city that he's never been to. >> i've never been. >> reporter: and while it is the thrill of victory for some -- >> the memphis grizzlies. >> reporter: -- it is agony for others. >> the new york knicks. >> reporter: new york knicks fans were hoping zion would be headed their way prompting this headline from "the new york daily news," the meltdown all across the city, a symbol of new york's recent success or lack thereof. the team finishing a disappointing 17-65 last season. >> ooh. they won that many, huh? >> all of 17 games. that was a tough season. a lot can happen between now and the nba draft which is june 20th but this pick could change the entire landscape. >> my reaction was like, no! i wanted the knicks to get him. >> it's the new yorker in you. >> he hasn't even been to new orleans yet. he's going to love it. he's going to love it. >> he is going to love it. now, the curry brothers last night. >> how about that. big brother steph versus little
brother seth. it's the first time in the nba that brothers have taken on one another in the nba conference finals. mom and dad were clearly torn about this game, though. they had to flip a coin to figure out which son they were going to cheer for. one wearing portland, one wearing a golden state jersey. steph said it's weird to play against his brother. every time they play -- this is the first they played in the playoffs. especially on this stage he knows they will have fun no matter how it turns out. mom and dad will be proud no matter how it turns out. steph had this game handedly. nine three pointers in this game. >> you play your brother. you want to whip his butt. i hope my brother plays well. no. you want to whip your brother. >> steph says it will be great as long as i win. >> exactly. >> as long as big brother wins, right? >> that's true. thanks, paula. a lot of other stories including that soccer coach who will now be a key witness in celebrities in that college admissions scandal. we'll tell you what that could mean for the case against lori loughlin. an nbc news exclusive on the delphi murder. those two indiana girls killed
while hiking. what the top cop on the case is now revealing. and get ready, bts is taking over performing live. but first, let's go back to ginger. >> and as all of us were just dealing with that miserable weather the last couple of days, look what was happening in vermont. yes, more than 10 inches of fresh snow. so the snowboarders and skiers are happy, not just there but in a basin in colorado and they may stay open all the way through june. they say that's all it'll take. your local weather in 30 seconds. first though, the warm cities sponsored by amazon prime wardrobe.
it's here. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. storm door opened with rain this morning, heavier showers during the afternoon and evening hours. a 2 moderate on our storm impact scale. storms become more scattered later tonight. temperatures today from low 60s at the coast to upper 60s inland, so that will be a little cooler than this morning, low to mid-50s. are you looking for some dry we've all been freezing but in florida, they have had record highs in the keys, but they had this. love bug that is took over the skies. it's not perfect even if you guys are warm. >> but it was 94. >> i know. i'll take the love bug. >> i'll take that too. what's the temperature in central park? it's hot. >> 45 degrees. >> it's hot. >> it's hot because of bts. >> that's right and we'll be right back. that's it. we'll be right back. that's it. so again, using "para",
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american troops on high alert there. the most sweeping abortion ban in the country was passed by lawmakers in alabama last night making it a felony for doctors to perform one even in the case of rape and incest. the bill is now on the governor's desk. the battle could be headed to the supreme court. tributes are pouring in this morning, celebrating the life of tim conway. we all remember him so well. best known for his work on "the carol burnett show" in the '70s. burnett says she is heartbroken over the passing of her former co-star. such a funny man, tim conway. >> made his cast mates crack up. harvey korman couldn't even -- when he was supposed to. mrs. wiggins. >> great memories of tim conway. now we go to the college admissions cheating scandal and the former usc soccer coach who is now a key witness pleading guilty to creating fake athletic profiles for people like actress lori loughlin's daughter. abc's linsey davis is here with the latest. good morning, linsey.
>> reporter: good morning to you, michael. in this precarious house of cards that is the college admissions scandal, another key player has been taken down. laura janke entered a plea of guilty and we're learning about the first civil lawsuit arising from this scandal. while the spotlight has been on high-profile actresses and wealthy parents, prosecutors say this woman seen here wearing a hooded windbreaker is 36-year-old laura janke, a key witness in the college admissions scandal. the former usc women's assistant soccer coach entering federal court in boston where she entered a plea of guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering. under a plea agreement janke has been cooperating with prosecutors to testify against others about the inner workings with the scheme's mastermind admissions consultant rick singer. the disgraced ex-coach created bogus profiles to help children of wealthy families get admitted into elite universities. among those -- >> i don't really care about
school as you all know. >> reporter: -- actress lori loughlin's daughter, olivia jade. investigators say janke helped create a fake crew profile for olivia jade despite the fact she never participated in crew. janke is also accused of creating a phony profile for the son of elizabeth kimmel, a las vegas media executive. according to court documents, janke described kimmel's son as an elite high school pole vaulter despite the fact that his high school has no record that he ever participated in pole-vaulting or track and field and janke included this photograph in the profile claiming it was kimmel's son but prosecutors say it was someone else. kimmel has pled not guilty to two conspiracy charges. >> lori, lori. >> reporter: loughlin and her husband are also maintaining their innocence in the scandal pleading not guilty to paying $500,000 to get their daughters into usc. a current undergraduate student at georgetown has filed a lawsuit against the university. his father pled guilty to paying $400,000 to bribe the
university's tennis coach. the lawsuit is aimed at preventing georgetown from expelling him or nullifying his college credits. here's the thing, the lawsuit contends that the university was aware of inconsistencies, but didn't take any disciplinary action until the scandal became public. >> we'll see. okay. linsey, thanks very much. we're going to get the latest now on the delphi murder mystery. in an exclusive interview the head of the indiana state police is sending a new message to the killer of the two girls, and alex perez brings us that from delphi, indiana. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, george. investigators have been searching for abby and libby's killer since they vanished from this trail more than two years ago. authorities believe they're one tip, one step away from cracking this case. >> i think of abby and libby all the time. i have their names etched in my desk. >> reporter: this morning new details from indiana's top cop on the hunt for whoever brutally murdered 13-year-old abby williams and 14-year-old libby
german. in a case that has garnered national headlines for two years now and gripped this small community with fear. >> i want them to know as long as i'm the superintendent of the state police in indiana we're not leaving. we're going to stay there and when we run out of tips we'll start over again. >> reporter: in an abc news exclusive indiana state police superintendent doug carter revealing investigators received more than 3,000 tips following that emotional press conference in april where he addressed the girls' killer directly. >> to the killer who may be in this room, we believe you are hiding in plain sight. >> reporter: carter chose that direct approach because he believes the updated sketch he released that day will strike fear in the heart of the killer. >> i don't believe the individual knew we were going to do that. so it was really, really important and i think that he was probably there and/or watching simply because he thought we were on the wrong path. >> reporter: along with this extended clip of the killer's voice including the word "guys" captured on libby's cell phone.
>> guys, down the hill. >> reporter: carter is hopeful that someone in delphi now has enough to recognize and identify the killer. >> guys, down the hill. >> guys, down the hill. that extra word, what are you hoping that extra word is going to show or demonstrate? why release that? >> somebody has heard him say that before. he just didn't pick that word. he had used it before. he had used it before and it might be just that one word that makes somebody think, gosh, i do know that voice. >> reporter: whoever that is, he hopes they'll find the courage to come forward. >> somebody knows who that person is. if somebody knows something, they need to tell us. i think they're afraid to is why i think we have not heard yet. >> reporter: and for that suspect carter warns that the cops already know much more than they can share, and that one tiny clue could bring an end to all of this. >> we are one tip away from success. we are one tip away, one bit of information away from finding
out who this individual is. >> reporter: and superintendent carter tells me they have received more than 42,000 tips since this all started. he says he thinks about abby, libby and solving this case every single day. george? >> okay, alex, thanks very much. we're joined now by former fbi criminal profiler john douglas. john, thanks for coming in. that superintendent seems determined. thinks he's close. what do you make of his strategy? >> the strategy is good. he should have done the strategy a long time ago. this case really could have been a solvable case really quick. i learned over the years at quantico and working these cases, you should be releasing information relative to pre-offense behavior, post-offense behavior regarding the crime. the tape itself, it's not an order he's giving them. it almost sounds like a schoolteacher saying, guys, down the hill or a coach like somebody -- >> very familiar. >> very familiar. that's the other thing, familiarity with the area.
when criminals perpetrate a crime, there's the thing we call the comfort zone where they don't just perpetrate a crime particularly like this one in an area they've never been so this person has been there and feels extremely comfortable. it was -- the victims were low-risk victims until they decided to go out in that isolated area that morning, and they increased their risk level. on the part of the offender, his risk level was pretty high. this was daylight. this was a park. it's public and there was a really strong chance someone could have come upon him. >> what kind of profile would you be building based on the information you have and what additional information would you need to make it more accurate? >> well, what you need is the autopsy protocol, the autopsy photographs, the method and manner of death. you do the victimology, which is important. in this case as i say they're very, very low risk types of victims. so you have this information and
for an age group i usually start off at about mid-20s to late 20s. i've seen that the bureau came out with a range that's way too long from 18 years of age to 40 years of age as a potential suspect. i start in the mid-20s and either tack on years or eliminate years based upon either the sophistication of the crime or lack of sophistication, you know of the crime. >> let's hope we stay close on this. john douglas, thanks very much john's new book, "the killer across the table" is out right now. coming up, we have the science behind one of the biggest phenoms on the planet. come on back. ♪ humira patients, you inspire us. the way you triumph over adversity. and live your lives. that's why we redesigned humira. we wanted to make the experience better for you. now there's less pain immediately following injection. we've reduced the size of the needle and removed the citrate buffers. and it has the same effectiveness you
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we're back with the k-pop invasion. bts is about to perform live in central park and t.j. holmes is already there with a look at what's behind one of the biggest phenoms on the planet. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: hey, good morning. look. we have seen boy bands before, but we have never seen anything quite like this. bts is doing things and sending fans into a frenzy. the likes of something we have never seen since the beatles. they're one of the hottest bands on the planet and they brought their sky rocketing appeal to the u.s. ♪ >> bts! >> reporter: winning big at the billboard music awards. >> this was only possible because of the little things we shared together, the bts and army power, right?
>> reporter: surrounded by screaming fans at the grammys. >> growing up in south korea we always dreamed about standing on the grammy stage. >> reporter: they are the first group since the beatles to send three albums to number one in one year and their fans known as the bts army have set a guinness world record for engagement on twitter. some even camped out in the rain for a week to see their favorite group here live on "gma." some traveled thousands of miles to be here. wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday, sunday, monday -- that will be seven days that you've slept out here? >> just because it's them, we would literally sleep out here for days in rain, snow, sun. ♪ oh, my, my, my oh, my, my, my ♪ >> reporter: and k-pop is big business from psy. ♪ gangnam style >> reporter: to black pink. the k-pop industry is worth $5 billion with hundreds of hopefuls trying to make it big
every week. >> four, five, six. >> reporter: and the drama of the music might just be based on a little science. >> a lot of the structure of k-pop takes a certain beat and plays with it six or seven different times. >> reporter: that global appeal of k-pop is based partly in all the musical influences on the genre from r&b to jazz, rock, pop and hip-hop all layered together and children even going to special schools to train for life as a possible pop star. the formula and a phenomenon that's smashing records have already left their mark on music. what could i offer you moneywise to give me your tickets, your spot? >> you can't label a price on these guys. >> no, you can't. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. virginia, texas, connecticut, california. people are all over here, and guys, to a fan, you ask them what they love about this group and they will tell them there's
a message, a positive message in the music that has helped them through things in life. it's not just about, hey, he's cute. they actually really appreciate the music, guys. >> love hearing that. >> love hearing that. >> and also the fans are very well behaved. respectful. they've been here. >> yeah. >> and all around the city. they've been great. they really have been. they really have been, and coming up, everybody, we have our "play of the day." we'll be right back. ♪ oh oh oh ♪ oh oh oh me one ♪ ♪ right away ♪ i saw the life inside ♪ so shine bright ♪ tonight ♪ you and i julia: who will you make happy today? la vie est belle en rose. the new eau de toilette. lancôme. customize your free gift at macy's. the beauty destination. customize your free gift at macy's. it's toughcold turkey.king so chantix can help you quit slow turkey.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. a new alert from the state department this morning. all non-emergency staff ordered to leave iraq immediately as tensions escalate with iran. u.s. troops on high alert right now. new overnight, the sweeping abortion ban passed by lawmakers in alabama making it a felony for doctors to perform them. the bill now on the governor's desk. it's a direct challenge to roe versus wade. will this go to the supreme court? your family versus the phone. the challenge so many parents are facing, teenagers smuggling so-called burner phones to defy their parents and have more screen time. how to deal with it. doggie m.d.
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and you can hear their massive hit "boy with luv" just one of the songs they'll perform here kicking off our epic concert series. >> kicking it off with a bang. a lot of news to get to starting with breaking news overnight. u.s. state department ordered all out of iraq. good morning, martha. >> reporter: it's a heavily secured embassy with thousands of employees. the state department says the decision was not made lightly, but given the security conditions and what they are calling a serious threat, all of those non-essential personnel in the baghdad embassy and the consulate in erbil are being sent home. the u.s. sent a carrier strike group and b-52 bombers to the region after u.s. officials warned that iran or its proxies were possibly planning an attack on american forces in the region and just yesterday, u.s. central command said they have raised the security posture to a high
level of alert due to possibly imminent threats to the more than 5,000 forces in iraq but a british general had just told reporters that there has been no increased threat from iranian forces. >> some concerns, thanks, martha. we turn to that breaking news overnight in alabama. lawmakers have pass what had could be become the most restrictive abortion law in the country, roe v. wade in the balance could lead to a big supreme court battle. want to go back to abc's steve osunsami with the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. the legal challenges against this are already mounting. the aclu, for example, is promising a lawsuit in this case and others like it. >> house bill 314 passes. >> reporter: it's the nation's most restrictive anti-abortion measure outlawing abortion in almost every case including rape or incest. and this morning it heads to alabama's anti-abortion governor for her signature and she is expected to sign it. abortions at any stage of pregnancy would be criminal
lyzed, made a felony and doctors who performed this emwould be punished with up to 99 years in prison, the only legal exception would be if the mother's life was in danger. >> i apologize to the women of alabama for this archaic law weigh bassed. >> reporter: it was passed by a veto-proof majority in the state legislature who is mostly men and fought so bitterly at one point the debate had to be suspended. >> he did not make a motion. >> reporter: the long game for the lawmakers would wrote this law is the u.s. supreme court. they're hoping that odds are now better than today's highest court will overturn the 1973 decision of roe vs. wade which legalized abortion nationwide. >> we are trying to keep it just as it was was to address the issue that roe versus wade was decided on which is, is that baby in the womb a person? >> reporter: lawmakers in a number of other states have passed similar measures called heartbeat bills. this state, mississippi, kentucky, ohio, which
essentially bans abortion when a fetal heartbeat can be detected. critics say that's as equal to an outright ban because it's at six weeks and that's before many women even know that they're pregnant. george. >> that's why it's a direct challenge to roe v. wade. steve, thanks very much. a parenting alert coming up. teens smuggling secret phones and what they're trying to hide and what parents can do about it. lara, you have a huge crowd in the park. >> oh, i sure do. i'm just here with the biggest boy band on the planet. [ cheers and applause ] bts! [ cheers and applause ] the crowd is going crazy. we cannot wait to hear them perform. we cannot wait to see you dance. it will all happen when "good morning america" comes right back. you guys ready? you ready? [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i love myself your typical bank. capital one is anything but typical.
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♪ ♪ oh oh oh welcome back to "gma." counting down to our humongous concert with global sensation bts. look who else is here. [ cheers and applause ] that's yara shahidi and river r "riverdale's" charles melton. they're big bts fans and happen to be moving together. first some "pop news." >> yes. >> lara. >> let's do it. it is popping here in central park. lots going on. we'll begin with movie news, though. filming of the new james bond movie has been suspended after star daniel craig suffered an
injury on set. according to the british paper "the sun," craig fell while shooting a scene in jamaica. he was flown back to the u.s. for x-rays. a source adding he was in a lot of pain. it appears to be his ankle. well known for performing many of his own stunts and had two teeth knocked out while filming "casino royal." hurt his shoulder in "quantum of solace." no word on when filming will restum. the new bond movie set to debut april 8th. we wish him the best. i hope -- >> full, speedy recovery. >> 2020. "game of thrones," about to be over but fans this morning i come bearing good news for you. the thrones'' creator will take all that angst and put it in a whole new world. no, i'm not going to sing, specifically the world of "star
wars." so excited about that. disney's ceo bob iger confirming that david benioff and d.b. weiss will direct the next trilogy of "star wars" films and extends it beyond the nine parts originally conceived by george lucas. disney aiming for a 2022 release of the first benioff and weiss film. >> something to look forward to. >> we can handle it. guys, remember all the drama surrounding the oscars especially back in january when, of course, kevin hart announced he wouldn't do it? everybody wonder who had would possibly do it on such sort short notice or whether they could work without a host at all. as we saw the answer was, yeah, it worked great. ratings up 12% this year. now abc entertainment head carrie burke has announced and i quote, we will not mess with that format. in other words, the 2020 oscars could be hostless freeing it up for more celeb presenters and
burke though did keep the door open for one person. >> who is that? what person? >> jimmy kimmel. >> if jimmy wants to do it it sounds like jimmy can do it. he has said he would not do it again but if he do, we would be thrilled. we'll find out next year at the oscars. >> it worked last year. >> it totally worked. i loved it. we were there. it was fun. people had a ball. >> people were more relaxed. >> it had a very different vibe. >> yeah. >> no host or the host being jimmy kimmel. win/which. which american accent is the sexiest? well -- >> american accent. >> american accent. no, not the french. a travel company called big seven conducted a big survey, a million people for the definitive answer and it might surprise you. here are your top three sexiest. at number three, give it up for new york.
come on, new yorkers. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, you do know your audience. >> oh, lara, fuhgeddaboutit. >> defined by the long vowels. 1 million voters can't be wrong. coming in at number two, the beloved boston accent. ben affleck. matt damon. couldn't agree more. the top spot goes -- >> i bet it's texas. >> to my friend, the tangy -- the twangy texas drawl. >> how y'all doing. >> described as a southern accent with a twist. strong rs and voters found it friendly and cute in men and women. >> all righty. >> last two spots, it cuts close to home, new jersey came in at number 49 and coming in at last place my homeland, my people, my accent, long island. >> strong island. >> we can handle it. only miles from new york city apparently a world away. voters -- they don't love our nasally notes.
our ws that should be os like dog and coffee. alec baldwin, jerry sieinfeld ad me would like to strongly disagree and that is "pop news." >> don't worry, y'all are all right. >> thank you so much, michael. our "gma" cover story and a parenting alert about a struggle families are facing in the smartphone age. teens are getting burner phones to hide internet use from their parents, we saw it first in "the wall street journal" and amy is here with more. good morning, amy. >> reporter: hey, michael. those sneaky teenagers, you know, many parents, we try to control our children's smartphone usage but more and more teens are finding a way to get second devices to use without their parents' knowledge. it's parents versus their teens' phones. it's become the feud amongst families where teens are looking to have more screen time. >> no more safe faces for you. you give me your phone. >> it's roo it there.
go biff me your burner. >> what's a burner? >> don't insult me. >> ha! >> for teenagers in particular, at least half of their lives are being lived online. for many of these kids there's no difference between what's happening online and offline. a kid who is not getting access to social media or to technology is actually missing out on a huge portion of their social life. >> reporter: a burner phone or a amtr trap phone can't be traced back to you, does not have a number but can be connected to wi-fi. >> if your phone is broken, it's just a way to communicate with everybody. >> reporter: jalen van every was given her first phone at 14 but had her parents enforced strict rules, she began accumulating burners. >> i had all these rules and my phone was always taken away because of these rules that no one else had to abide by so it was always a fight. >> reporter: even drawing up contracts with rules like no phones after 8:00 p.m.
>> it got harder and harder to monitor that and we actually brought her into the fold to create a contract. >> the contract basically consisted of we would ask her plug the phone up at a certain time and that her grades had to be as and bs. >> reporter: for 18-year-old jalen and her parents it's an issue they've been battling for the past four years. >> we got to the point of fighting about it where he said i'm not paying for your phone anymore. >> where things started to kind of go upside down for us was our lack of consistency. >> reporter: experts say parents still need to set the example. >> parents also need to remember that their example is the best lesson. if we want our teenagers to use social media wisely, we have to use it wisely in front of them too. >> that's right and experts say parents should watch their children's online behavior and here's something i hadn't thought about. monitor your network to see if
unknown devices are accessing your wi-fi. that might be a big clue that your children have burner phones. >> that is smart. >> kids are smarter than we are. you got to keep track of them. thank you so much for that. now over to ginger who is somewhere over there. >> michael, i'm safe in the crowd. this bts crowd is so serious. so serious that they've got all the merch. i'm holding a bts bomb. it lights up. my jimin headband. who are you wearing? >> i'm wearing rm's character. >> and jungkook. >> another jungkook. >> another jungkook. >> you can tell everybody is bias being in the crowd with this. ella, thank you for the he it's here. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. storm door opened with rain this morning, heavier showers during the afternoon and evening hours. a 2 moderate on our storm impact
scale. storms become more scattered later tonight. temperatures today from low 60s at the coast to upper 60s inland, so that will be a little cooler than this morning, low to mid-50s. are you looking for some dry we're going to move to our new series "doggie m.d. bt about how her best friends are torquing to save lives and will meet research dogs that have this sheer yore sense of smell helping to detect cancer at its earliest stage. meet ivy. like most dogs loves to play and go on walks with her human. anna, ivy's foster human? she protects me from the vacuum cleaner and only way i can vacuum is giving her peanut butter at the same time. >> reporter: when she's not eating grass and lounging around the house she's on the job at
the penn vet working dog center training to sniff out cancer. >> good girl. >> reporter: here researchers are taking blood plasma from real cancer patients and placing them into canisters on this wheel. she's only partway through her training so instead of cancer they have her hunting for a substitute odor. a click tells her she's got it. >> good girl. >> reporter: but now they call in osa with the real cancer in place. >> good job. >> reporter: but despite what you might think, the end game is not for the dogs to sniff out cancer in people, rather to help scientists perfect an electronic nose that will. it may not look as cute as these snouts but essentially doing the same thing, sniffing for stage one ovarian cancer that can only be detected in later stages and scientists hope one day it will do the job even better than
these four-legged friend. >> good job, kid. >> my dream is that dogs confirm that the electronic nose is working and we get that out into hospitals so that thousands and thousands of women can be screened. >> reporter: dr. cindy otto is the executive director mean and says while it is possible for a pet to sense certain scans in their owners, a machine can ultimately more reliable. >> if we can help recognize this cancer early, we will save lives and we just have to get the machines as good as the dogs. >> good. >> and dr. jen joining me along with her dog mason who does not do this research but is so calm in this storm. >> thank you. >> is this plausible? >> yeah, you know what, i love about in that is takes something innate in dog, their superior sense of smell and transmits it to artificial intelligence and
technology. human brains process most of their sensory input visually. dogs do it with their nose. you know, 300 million nose receptors in a dog compared to like 5 million for us so it's definitely plausible. they're smelling things called v vocs, volatile organic compounds in certain types of cancer excreted in bodily fluids and making this in a lab into technology that could potentially add another dimension to screening for cancer. >> right. i love this. and yeah, sorry we're boring you, mason. this is actually very important. this actually could go further than just ovarian cancer too. >> yeah, so the certain cancers it's been looked at and it's being intensely researched, prostate, breast, melanoma, bladder, kidney, you know, those are the things that they're finding there are metabolic changes in the cells of those tumors and if dogs can smell them innately can we develop
technology to help us and at early stages, you know how important that. >> that's the key. because ovarian, we get to it too late. this helps us with early stage, we are on to something great. >> a woman's best friend. >> yes. >> thank you, jen. i love to story. we need to get over as you can hear to robin and michael right now with bts. [ applause ] >> get on over here. now it's time kicking off our summer concert series with bts. it's so great to have jin, suga, j-hope, rm, v, jimin and jungkook with us this morning. >> hello. >> welcome back to the show, you guys. >> great to be back. >> all these people showed up. they've been camping out to see you guys. all week long. >> hi, guys. thank you. >> and your worldwide tour, "love yourself speak yourself"
is in full swing playing metlife stadium in new jersey this week. so how does it feel to be on tour in the u.s.? >> it's so amazing. it feels like just like a dream. >> yeah, i can't wait to see you guys at met life. metlife stadium. are you guys -- [ cheers and applause ] >> as michael said, all week long since last week they've been camping out. you have this reaction all around the world. what does it mean to have such passionate committed fans? >> our fans are the best. they are motivation. we love the army. >> thank you for waiting for days. >> in the rain. cold. everything. >> appreciate your love. thank you! >> appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ]
>> really grateful. >> and your newest album is "map of the soul: persona." your third billboard number one and you have joined the league of the beatles. you guys are huge! so how does that make you feel? >> i mean, we're all fanboys of beatles, of course, like who is not? and, you know, we are -- just feel so honored to be with the greatest names in music industry. we're bts. >> that's right. >> we love beatles, of course. >> how humble you are about the success and the fans that you have here. of course, they are going to sing. it's going to be coming up, "boy with luv." >> it's coming. >> i know, it's coming. it's coming. [ applause ] and set another record, the fastest to get -- in 24 hours to get that many view, that's how many people were watching and i know that means so much. tell us about the song you're
going to be performing coming up. >> it's about finding little joy in love and being curious about the little things, the details in your life, what you're eating, what you're doing. and most importantly it's like a fan letter from us to the bts army. >> you always have a message in your music. >> always a positive message and everyone has been waiting a long time. unfortunately you'll have to wait a little bit longer but when we come back, bts will perform live to kick off our summer concert series so stay there, everybody. we will be right back. >> bts is coming right back. [ cheers and applause ]
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. good morning. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." the man accused of dragging a woman and child down a flight of stairs during a purse snatching is due in court today. this happened in cincinnati. look at this video, it shows it all. police say pablo cabrera is also linked to other purse snatchings. he targeted asian women carrying expensive hand bags. we have a commuter alert at caltrain northbound 247. they fatally struck a person on the track here this morning in san jose. we have a bus set up, some long
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antioch discovery bay. a few yellow showing up just off the peninsula coast. this is the lighter part of the storm. we'll get a little bit >> announcer: live from central park in new york city, this is "good morning america." [ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma." an excitement like we've never seen here in central park this morning. we have an incredible audience. they are ready for bts. >> and we're not going to let them wait one more second. here they are with their big hit, the biggest hit of the summer concert series performing "boy with luv." ♪
[ singing in foreign language ] ♪ how's your day ♪ oh, tell me, oh, yeah, yeah, ah, yeah, ah, yeah ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, text me, oh, yeah, yeah, ah, yeah, ah, yeah ♪ ♪ your every picture [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ come be my teacher [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ your one, your two ♪ listen, my, my baby [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ yeah, you making me a boy with love ♪ ♪ oh, my, my, my, oh, my, my, my ♪ [ singing in foreign language ]
♪ i've waited all my life [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, my, my, my, oh, my, my, my looking for something right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ than a moment, than a moment, love ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ah ♪ ♪ i have waited longer ♪ ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh ♪ ♪ for a boy with for a boy with love ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, nah [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, nah [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ no way [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ no way [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ boy with love ♪ listen my, my baby [ singing in foreign language ]
♪ yeah you making me a boy with love ♪ ♪ oh, my, my, my, oh, my, my, my you got me high so fast ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, my, my, my, oh, my, my, my you got me fly so fast ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ than a boy with love ♪ ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ah ♪ ♪ love is nothing stronger ♪ ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ah ♪ ♪ than a boy with than a boy with love ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ let me fly [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, my, my, my, oh, my, my, my
i've waited all my life ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ oh, my, my, my, oh, my, my, my looking for something right ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ than a moment, than a moment, love ♪ ♪ ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ah ♪ ♪ love is nothing stronger ♪ ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ooh, ah, ah ♪ ♪ than a boy with, than a boy with love ♪ [ cheers and applause ] "gma's" summer concert series sponsored by king's hawaiian.
[ cheers and applause ] we are back now with our "gma" yearbook series and this morning, we are looking at the finalists for most likely to succeed. three incredible stories of young people striving to make a difference, shape the future. here's a look. ♪ >> five, ten, 15. >> reporter: the lessons taught by this teach to her students go beyond the classroom. they need books and supplies which are a costly expend for
her students. >> robin roberts heard about your story so we just had to come here to chicago. come on out. come on out. we're a go for the trucks. go, go, go. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh! oh. >> these two trucks you see have $300,000 worth of supplies for your school. >> the generations that it helps, not just those students buts generations to come. that's what it's about. [ cheers and applause ] >> we have an incredible 16-year-old, 16-year-old who has been accepted to nine law schools. we got a gift for you as well. >> yes, we do. >> some school supplies. >> 3m. 3m donated $2500 worth of post-it products to help you with your study supplies for school. >> thank you so much. >> you're very welcome. >> just keep that smile.
keep that smile. ♪ >> these bright young girls are looking to build and feed their community one egg at a time. they're called the quail guardians who raise and sell quail eggs in a neighborhood where residents have very limited access to fresh food. >> we're helping out the community. >> i feel like we should make a difference and step up. >> we are not done yet. tomorrow i'll be somewhere in america. we're going to surprise the lucky recipients of most likely to succeed. that is tomorrow. but all of them, all of them are very worthy. >> great surprise tomorrow. let's go to beginer. >> thank you so much, george and thank you, everybody. this crowd, i'm telling you, the best i think i've ever encountered here. we are so excited to kick off the summer concert with our sponsored king's hawaiian and in addition to the great music we're going to have a summer full of grilling, of course, on "gma." you don't want to do the same or
you will want to do the same. we'll have great tips throughout the whole thing to help you get through the summer. i'm going to start by sharing my number one tip that is bring bts army to your grilling thing and also check the weather. make sure you get a radar app. i'm always amazed people don't have that. that way you can be safe when you're outside grilling. you can share your totos of you and your family and friends grilling for a chance to win a trip to the disaulani resort in hawaii. go to goodmorningamerica.com/grilling sweepstakes. one more thing to say. are you ready for the wet weather? it's here in the form of areas of rain this morning. just some scattered showers at noon, but the heavier rains coming in this afternoon through the evening hours. the storm is a 2 mododododododod
[ cheers and applause ] >> michael, i think it's time. let's get some more music. >> you know, i am here with two of hollywood's top young stars, two of my favorite people on the planet. you know her from "black-ish" and him from "riverdale" and now starring in "the sun is also a star." give it up for yara shahidi and charles melton. and we're so excited to have you here. everyone is but you guys, i heard you're excited for bts. >> oh, for sure. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. i'm very excited, very excited. doing a lot of these. a lot of these. >> well, you know what, you do have some dance moves, break up with your girlfriend. aria ariana grande's video. >> yeah, i was in that. you want to see some dance moves. >> yeah, give us something, give us something. >> that's it. >> yara, you know i won't let
you off the hook. give me a little -- >> what am i doing? >> a bts move. >> i like their shoulder thing. when they went back. that, i was like, can i please be a member? >> i'm sure they'll let you in. anything is possible. >> bts. >> a whole new career path right now. >> we're going to talk about your new movie, "the sun is also a star," based on a "new york times" number one best-selling author nicola yoon and not your typical rom-com movie. >> for sure. i don't know if it would be considered one but it is a young adult romance but at the center two characters that come from cultural rich heritages and meeting my character on the day of her depore take and becomes a major theme in the theme of belonging and express our heritage and in our communities. >> we're going to take a look at a clip. everyone, "the sun is also a star." >> well, i don't believe in
love. >> what if i told you i could get you to fall in love with me? scientifically. just give me a day. one day. today. >> i can't. i don't have a day. >> do you have an hour? [ cheers and applause ] >> now, this film, it is a very timely film because about love, it's about adventure. it had you two running all over -- >> literally running. >> you were like in the middle of just new york city, so how was that filming without being able to block off people? people would come up to you. >> it was really rich. i mean, you know, we'd be filming certain scenes and people would be walking in the scene, hey, man, how is it going, hey, we're actually filming right now. >> especially those large exterior outside shots. you can't see the camera so looks like we're just chilling or arguing in the street. there are a couple of times in which our characters are having very loud lively conversations in the middle of the street and i love seeing people's reactions
because they couldn't tell if it was real or not and then they'd see us reset and do the same thing over again which made people more confused. >> had they don't know that means your acting is superb, by the way. acting is superb. the thing about this, your chemistry is undeniable. sitting right here now but it all started in a joint audition when you shared your food. >> unheard of. pop-tarts. >> because i will share anything except my dessert. like it's the one thing. i have an actual tally. who i split dessert with but it was one of the chemistry meetings -- came in with a box of cupcakes. our friend simone makes super cupcakes but one pop-tart. >> homemade raspberry. >> we shared it. after that it was like i guess we're in this together. >> sharing dessert. you're a lucky fella. >> i know. >> one of three people.
>> one of three. >> one of three and i got to say, you both have amazing mothers. >> yes. >> i always see your mother every time you're here and you as well. i want to wish your mothers a belated happy mother's day because they have raised two incredible young adults and i just wanted to say that. you guys are great examples for everybody out there. many come back and hang out with me any time. and the movie, "the sun is also a star" hits theaters on friday so make sure you go out and check it out and we've got a special "strahan & sara" coming up this afternoon. my daughters are in town and will quiz sara and i to see if we understand some of this teen slang. i wish you could help me because i don't get it. coming up on "gma," more bts. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ errbody say la la la la la la la la la la ♪ ♪ say la la la la la la la la la la ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ burn it up [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ bow wow wow, eh, eh, oh, eh, oh ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ bow wow wow [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ fire [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ fire [ singing in foreign language ]
♪ all night long ♪ fire [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ fire [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ bow wow wow [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ bow wow wow [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ bow wow wow fire, fire ♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ bow wow wow [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. good morning. it's 8:59. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." mike nicco has a look at our gloomy forecast. >> this is what's falling from deer valley road all the way to pittsburgh and bay point on highway 4. could be a few puddles there already. this has been mainly light all morning. the heavier stuff is going to come in during the afternoon and evening hours and that's when we'll have a better chance for hydroplaning on the roads. this is a 2 on the moderate scale. we'll have 1s the rest of the week. a lot of folks have their wipers on. make sure you're driving for conditions. unfortunately we still have a traffic alert for caltrain.
a pedestrian was killed on the tracks in san jose. it looks like they're ending the bus bridge >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today from ""the sun is also a star," yara shahidi. and one of the stars from "sneaky pete," margo martindale. "broadway week" continues with a performance from "be more chill chill." all next on "live"! ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] >> ryan: good morning!