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good morning, america. overnight flash floods and a tornado hit the east. now a flood emergency in the heartland. severe weather threat. overnight a major storm moves in at this elementary school in baltimore. travelers seek shelter at the airport amid tornado threats as flash floods force rescues in philadelphia and hundreds in t heartland evacuate. the arkansas river rises to major levies failing. this woman and her horse swim to safety. more than 1,000 homes flooded. the startling new report of a mass purge in north korea. kim jong-un ordering five of his top officials in charge of that failed u.s. summit with president trump executed. overnight president trump escalates the border battle threatening to slap tariffs on all goods from mexico a day after the largest group of migrants is apprehended. new developments in the
missing mom mystery. last seen dropping her children at school a week ago. what police reportedly found in the home she was renting. the un-bee-lievable win overnight. >> champion spellers, we're now in unchartered territory. >> eight kids walking away national spelling bee champs, the unprecedented ending. judges running out of words to challenge em. e eliteighwhoke bein us on "gma and finals frenzy. overnight toronto taking home their first nba finals win shutting down the golden state warriors with superfan drake ruling the sidelines, the tense exchange going viral and the message for steph curry on drake's back. ♪ good morning, america. big start for the raptors. is the drake curse over? that is the question this morning. >> seems like it just might be. what a night, by the way, at
the spelling bee. eight champions. we'll hear from them coming up. they're all so excited. it's sweet to see them be excited about sharing the title. look at them. so cute. >> incredible finish. >> it's awesome. so we have a lot of news to get to, though. the flooding danger stretching from the heartland all the way to the northeast. in philadelphia rescue crews saving stranded drivers. they were caught in flash floods. >> in the south the arkansas river hitting historic levels forcing hundreds evacuate. take a live look at fort smith, arkansas. that's a park. it's now completely under water here. ginger is here with all the latest. good morning, ginger. >> so this morning we're watching the dardanelle levee on the arkansas river that just breached. this is going to impact lots of america families especially through missouri and oklahoma. this is the keystone dam. they're making sure they release to avoid problems downstream. they expect it to break over the
weekend. more rain on the way next week. >> it's heading down the 100 line. >> reporter: frightening skies, the leading edge of a severe storm creeping past a maryland school. 1 of more than 70 reported storms, mostly in the mid-atlantic. >> yikes! the tree just fell. >> reporter: this man just missing a tornado in howard county, maryland. >> all this just came down. just missed the tornado. >> reporter: winds tearing down trees, hurling debris in unionville, virginia. folks at bwi airport forced to seek shelter when a tornado warning was issued. a shelf cloud moving ominously over the runway. in philadelphia flash flooding as up to 2 inches fell quickly. in frederick county, maryland, damage crippling. homes like this crushed by fallen trees. the urgent evacuations under way as a levee along the arkansas river breached. 15 to 20 inches of rain in the past two weeks trapping people in their homes. the only way in and out, by boat. from north eastern oklahoma to
missouri to arkansas where the governor flew over the inundated land. dams like the keystone forced to release hoping to save towns down stream from the nightmare that kenny ward is living. >> everything is gone. the last two days i filled up sandbags. these were my neighbors. >> and, unfortunately, so many more neighbors are going to have more rain. let's focus on the rivers that we have to watch for. so much red on the map. it's tough to focus. you have the mississippi, missouri and arkansas with dozens of rivers and towns watching for flooding, not just this weekend because of all the rain moving downstream, but by next week, monday through wednesday especially the arkansas river, looks like some areas could see another four-plus inches of rain. if that wasn't enough, we have severe storms in the forecast which i'll be telling you about in just a bit. >> no relief in sight, ginger, thank you. overseas to a startling new report about north korean dictator kim jong-un claiming he ordered multiple officials to be executed after that failed high-stakes summit with the u.s. abc's david wright has all the latest. good morning, david.
>> reporter: good morning, amy. quite the disturbing report from a south korean newspaper about the possible purge in north korea. despite all the smiles at the summit the regime appears to be looking for scapegoats to blame for the failure to cut a deal in hanoi. after the hanoi summit abruptly ended without success -- >> sometimes you have to walk. and this was just one of those times. >> reporter: -- today's report says one month later north korea's lead negotiator was summarily executed along with four others from the ministry. the negotiator's name is kim hyok chol. he and the others accused of spying for the u.s. now described in official news reports as turn coats, traitors and counterrevolutionariecounte. that's the same language the regime that kim used to describe
his uncle. he was killed off in an earlier purge. kim jong-un's former right-hand man who met with president trump earlier has reportedly been sent to a labor camp along with the main north korean translator for the summit. the south korean report detailing this is unconfirmed, and there's been no official comment either from south korea or from the state department. >> we've seen the reporting to which you're referring. we're doing our best to check it out. >> reporter: this south korean newspaper has been wrong before. but clearly the north is looking to save face. all of this a bit like reading the tea leaves though. what happened, where things actually stand, very tough to read from a distance. but what the u.s. will be looking for, of course, is what this might mean for the negotiations moving forward. >> we've seen the missile tests lately as well. david, thanks. to the white house now and president trump's dramatic escalation in the battle over the border announcing new tariffs on mexico overnight unless mexico takes action to top migrants from crossing over into the u.s.
this comes a day after the largest group of migrants ever were apprehended. it's already rattling financial markets. jon karl tracking all the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. the president is calling this his biggest and most dramatic move yet to control the border. the president made the announcement via twitter saying that in a little over a week the u.s. would be imposing a quote 5% tariff on all goods coming into our country from mexico until illegal migrants coming through mexico and into our country stop. later the white house explained the punishing tariff will go up as time drags on, increasing 5% on the first day of each month until hitting 25% in october. overnight the reaction was swift. republican senator chuck grassley calling it, quote, a misuse of presidential tariff authority and counter to congressional intent. the white house explained for the tariffs to be removed, mexico would have to step up its
enforcement on its southern border, crack down on smuggling organizations and change how it handles asylum seekers. mexico is one of america's biggest trading partners. the effect of these tariffs will be felt almost immediately by u.s. consumers who would pay the brunt -- most of the cost of the tariffs as those costs are passed on to those buying mexican goods in the united states. george. >> jon, one of the broader consequences just hours before all this happened, the president told capitol hill he wanted them to pass the u.s./mexico free trade agreement. that was already an uphill fight. this will make it tougher. >> reporter: this would seem to put that at risk and seem to violate at the very least the spirit of that agreement which is about reducing tariffs with united states, mexico and canada. but the chief of staff, mick mulvaney, said last night that this is absolutely separate from any trade move because this is about controlling the border. but of course tariffs are all about trade, george.
>> not sure that's how members of congress will see it. jon karl, thanks. attorney general william barr giving his first interview since special counsel robert mueller's stunning statement on the russia probe. barr seems to be at odds with president trump saying the investigators who launched the probe did not commit treason like the president has repeatedly claimed. our senior congressional correspondent mary bruce has the very latest from capitol hill. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. the attorney general is investigating the origin of the russia investigation. he said he thinks the u.s. government spied on the trump campaign. but he is not willing to go as far as the president and call this treason. as a legal matter barr said the investigators did not commit treason. but he is criticizing their behavior suggesting they acted improperly, even though he has said he's seen no evidence of wrongdoing, and when it comes to the special counsel barr says he thinks mueller could have reached a determine nation on the question of obstruction of justice despite the policy they cannot indict a sitting president. mueller instead punted to congress. cecilia.
>> a lot of daylight there. speaker nancy pelosi was on jimmy kimmel last night talking impeachment. let's take a listen. >> i think the president wants us to impeach him. >> you think he wants us to impeach him? >> he knows it's not a good idea to be impeached. the silver lining for him is then he believes he would be exonerated by the united states senate. >> seems like she's making it clear, impeachment not happening any time soon. >> reporter: yeah, cecilia, the house speaker is holding her ground here. look, she is warning despite these growing calls for democrats to move to impeach, unless they can get republicans on board, she's warning it could backfire potentially politically on democrats. it is why pelosi continues to underscore that instead of rushing to impeachment democrats should be focused on building a compelling case against the president that she says has to be ironclad. >> mary bruce, thank you. now to new developments in the escalating battle over abortion. the last clinic in missouri on
the verge of closing today. overnight in louisiana, the democratic governor signed the state's so-called heartbeat law into law. nearly a dozen states are now imposing new restrictions this year including georgia which is facing backlash from major studios. abc's steve osunsami has more from atlanta. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, amy. anti-abortion forces have been quite open about their plans here, which is to fight this issue state by state. this morning missouri is close to losing its very last abortion clinic. state health officials are refusing to renew the st. louis clinic's license until doctors agree on interviews about what the governor is claiming to be a series of deficiencies. demonstrators in missouri are taking their anger to the st. louis arch and offices downtown. [ crowd chanting ] >> reporter: the fate of the clinic lies in the hands of a federal judge who is still deciding whether or not to step
in. >> this is not an issue about the pro-life issue at all. this is about a standard of care for women in the state of missouri. >> reporter: if the court doesn't rule by the end of the day, the clinic will be forced to close for now. >> we don't want to be the first state in the nation to lose access to safe, legal abortion, and that's what the state is trying to do. >> reporter: nearly a dozen states including louisiana, ohio and georgia have passed similar laws this year all designed to meet up at the u.s. supreme court and challenge a woman's right to an abortion. this morning several major film and television studios are now threatening to no longer film their movies and tv shows here in georgia because of the law that was passed here. that is potentially a major business decision. some of the biggest movies in the world have been filmed here. "the avengers" "hunger games" being one. nbc universal, cbs, warner, disney are expressing serious concerns. >> steve, thanks. we'll switch gears to the breathtaking finish at the national spelling bee.
not one champion but eight all tied with perfect scores after officials ran out of challenging words. gio benitez is here with the details. good morning, gio. >> reporter: i love this story. good morning, george. no word was too difficult for these eight champs. for the first time in spelling bee history, the judges simply gave up, saying enough is enough, the biggest loss going to the dictionary. the 92nd annual scripps national spelling bee ending with not one -- >> you are correct. >> reporter: -- not two. >> you are correct. >> reporter: but a historic eight winners after almost four hours of spelling. >> would you happen to know what time it is? >> it's 11:18. >> oh, wow. >> much obliged. >> oh, god. >> reporter: and a few heartbreaking losses. >> it was bound to happen sometime. >> thank you. >> reporter: officials declaring the finalists left after the 20th round would all share the title of champion. >> champion spellers, we're now
in unchartered territory. we're throwing the dictionary at you. so far you are showing this dictionary who is boss. >> reporter: the so-called elite eight completing an unprecedented five perfect rounds, 47 straight words spelled correctly. an emotional final round as each of the eight found out one by one that they'd be going home a winner. >> each of you will be getting a scripps cup and the full $50,000 cash price. >> 50 grand each. and these kids were very, very tired but that didn't stop them. they were determined. the spelling bee went way over scheduled time. nobody is complaining this morning. >> i love how they were all rooting for each other at the end. >> isn't that amazing?e o 'rgog hr rem f the na over outside the u.s.
toronto winning big, ouch, warriors, beating the two-time defending champs, the golden state warriors, with the support of super fan drake. t.j. holmes was right there for it all. >> reporter: good morning to you. there were 25 years of built up anticipation in this room. last night you could feel it, and things certainly worked out in the raptors' favor thanks in part to a raptors player who goes by the name of spicy p. but to that super fan drake, he showed up to the game wearing a curry jersey. but it wasn't in support of steph. it was meant to get in his head. >> reporter: this was the north's night. >> running the floor and lays it in. >> reporter: the toronto raptors took game one of the nba finals giving their fans, their city, even all of canada a long awaited celebration.et the vict here in game one. >> reporter: in their first ever
handled the defending champs golden state despite steph curry's 34-point performance. >> steph curry for three. >> reporter: the raptors countered with their own superst superstar, kawhi leonard, and the one they nicknamed spicy p. the 25-year-old siakam who was discovered at a basketball camp in south africa wowed with a playoff career high 32 points. >> it's amazing, man. the best fans are in the nba. just this moment, we're going to continue to do what we do. and, you know, hopefully we'll get it done. >> reporter: toronto's most famous supporter was once again front and center. drake whose sideline antics drew criticism showed up wearing a throwback jersey of former raptors player dell curry, yep, steph's dad. not only that, at one point in the game, drake had to avoid a con with a diving andre iguodala, later appeared to pick
lint from steph curry's hair and later in the game jawed with draymond green. >> i didn't hit him. he didn't hit me. i didn't push him, he didn't push me. we talked. we balked a little bit but i wouldn't necessarily consider that a scuffle. >> reporter: get this, guys, i talked to steph's dad dell after the game. he said his son steph actually asked for the dell curry jersey and he got him one, but wasn't able to get it to steph in time. so drake and steph had the same idea to wear a dell curry jersey to the game for different reasons. they almost showed up at twinsies. i hate when george and i show up to work wearing the same thing so that could have been a disaster last night. it was really fun in toronto. they've been waiting for this big night. it worked out really well for them. >> t.j., if that happened, which one of us would change? >> i know the answer to that. in t.ll, g i inwe know. >> okay, t.j. thanks very much.
we're following a lot of other headlines this morning including developments in the missing mom case. new reports about what authorities found in the home she was renting. also, military pilots who say they've seen ufos speaking out on camera for the very first time. >> first back over to ginger. >> i want to show you these images out of grand canyon, arizona. that is hail covering the ground. the storms start in the southwest and move to the rockies. and those are the ones we've seen torturing so many folks and will today. damaging winds possible today from green bay through muskegon, michigan. down in parts of virginia into north carolina and clipping south carolina. damaging wind the main threat. your local weather in 30 seconds. first the weekend getaways sponsored by amazon echo.
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with new tums chewy bites cooling sensation. ♪ tum tum tum tums ♪ i've been thinkin' about you welcome back to "gma." you're looking at our huge party in the park. so many fans showing up early this morning. it's a beautiful day, but they're all here for ciara. she's taking over the stage performing live in a few moments. >> and it's a beautiful morning in the park. that is all coming up. we're following a lot of headlines this morning including severe flooding in the heartland. hundreds forced to evacuate as the arkansas river hit record levels. more than a thousand homes damaged by that water. and "star wars: galaxy's edge" opens in disneyland in california. you saw ginger there. she had so much fun. this 14-acre attraction, the largest expansion ever in the history of disneyland. >> can't wait to see that in person for ourselves. we turn to new developments in the urgent search for that mother of five.
she hasn't been seen for a week and this morning the investigation is taking a turn. abc's whit johnson is there in new canaan, connecticut with the very latest. good morning, whit. >> reporter: cecilia, good morning to you. seven days since jennifer dulos disappeared and police are now increasing their focus on the criminal investigation. multiple reports of new evidence found inside her rented new canaan home as authorities try to determine if she was the victim of a violent crime. this morning a stunning new report in the mysterious disappearance of mother of five jennifer dulos. "the hartford courant" reporting investigators found traces of blood inside the home she was renting. according to police sources, telling the paper, it appears the scene had been cleaned. police would not confirm the story to abc news, citing the active investigation. overnight an emotional prayer vigil for dulos last seen a week ago dropping her kids off at school as police scour the wealthy suburb investigating any possibility of foul play.
the 50-year-old embroiled in a bitter custody battle with her estranged husband fotis dulos for the last two years. >> 911, what's the location of your emergency? >> i'm worried about my wife and kids. >> reporter: in 2017 her husband calling 911 and filing a missing persons report when his wife took the children to manhattan and he couldn't reach them. in divorce filings, both launching vicious allegations against them. jennifer claiming i am terrified for my family's safety. he's dangerous and ruthless. fotis strongly denying any threatening behavior telling police he and jennifer only had quiet arguments when he filed that report. fotis and his attorney not responding to requests for comment from abc news. police not naming any suspects. >> it's devastating. it's a heartbreaking situation. we're all incredibly concerned. but we are very hopeful that jennifer will come back to us safe and sound. >> reporter: in a new court document filed this week after
jennifer went missing, her husband's attorney asked a judge to intervene, claiming their five children were taken to a relative's apartment protected by an armed guard. so the custody battle continues even though jennifer is nowhere to be found. cecilia. >> such a tough one, okay, whit, thank you. we move to military officials sounding the alarms about ufos. take a look at these recently declassified images, pictures that former intelligence officials have fought to bring to life. a new nonfiction series called "unidentified" takes a closer look. diane macedo spoke to me of vy k out about ufos in u.s. air space. and they need to be taken seriously. >> look at that thing, dude. >> reporter: they're unidentified in u.s. airspace. >> the object appears to accelerate rapidly. >> reporter: military insiders say these ufos are no joke.
now they're telling their stories in history's new docu-series, "unidentified: inside america's military investigation." experienced military personnel are speaking out warning that ufo sightings are on the rise and the government needs to pay attention. >> what's the worse case scenario? >> it's too late. it's here. >> reporter: the show examines a once secret government program charged with investigating ufos and why the program's former director said he suddenly resigned. you were collecting data on investigations that you thought was important and the people in between you and the people at the top weren't passing that information along? >> because of the stigma. you think of tin foil hats and all these kind of wonderful little analogies of what it means to believe in ufos when in reality these things are real. we're talking about aircraft that can go from zero to incredible speeds,
hypersonic speeds in the blink of an eye and disappear over the horizon. >> reporter: "unidentified" promises new evidence and video and interviews all with the help of executive producer and former blink-182 front man tom delong. what do you hope happens after people see this? >> this is not a show to entertain. this is a mechanism to change the way the government acts. you will see us dealing with the senate and us meeting with the intelligence services of other governments and everyone is coming out of the woodwork saying this is real, we got to do something about it. it could be a threat but we can't put our head in the sand. >> we reached out to the navy. they said they take these reports very seriously and have updated reporting guidelines to get an accurate picture as possible of what is out there. >> diane, thanks. we're joined by chris mellon, former department secretary of defense, foreign intelligence
under president clinton and george w. bush. now part of this new show "unidentified." chris, thanks for coming in this morning. let's put up the video again of these sightings. tell us when you look at that, what are you seeing? >> what i'm seeing and what the experts that we've brought in to evaluate the tapes is something that is, frankly, baffling. it's hard to understand how do these vehicles maintain lift, how are they propelled. there are no wing surfaces or exhaust, so there's nothing that we're familiar with that we've deployed in the air that has a power source other than chemical energy like fuel. these are so radically different than anything we're familiar with. and their performance is so advanced and so sophisticated, it's, frankly, just baffling. >> is it fair to boil it down to two possibilities, either another country has leap-frogged the united states in technology or extraterrestrial? >> those are the leading hypotheses, yes. >> and what do you think? >> i don't have a conclusion at this point. we're trying not to jump and leap to conclusions.
we think that's an impediment to progress. once you start talking about aliens, people shut down. what we need is more information. we need to find out who is overflying our military bases, overflying our nation in some cases, facilities where we're developing weapons out west is a violation of our sovereignty and there's an air safety violation incident. there have been near misses. our pilots are encountering these things. it's been swept under the rug in the past and we're hoping to give them a voice and bring it to the american people. >> there's a lot of information that the government collects that hasn't even been examined. >> that's true. there's a vast amount of information because of the sophistication of our technology that is stored digitally that is usually simply swept aside. so a radar operator, if something is going mach 3, the radar won't even display that on his scope, yet that information is there.
if we correlate some of these events with that data, we may learn -- we may gain deep insights into where things are coming from. >> i'm not sure you can answer this. how do you explain there have been so many sightings and nothing has happened? >> it is in part a social phenomenon. there's a stigma. it's been difficult to get people in the bureaucracy, in the military and intelligence community to understand they can deal with this without being penalized. nobody has been assigned responsibility for collecting on this. so our different agencies and departments are not sharing information on this topic heretofore, not pulling it together. the picture hasn't come into focus. it's taking the pilots speaking out publicly to get this on everybody's agenda. >> and they've continued to do it. thanks for coming in today. "unidentified" premieres tonight on history. >> fascinating stuff. coming up next the elite eight spelling bee champions joining us next. te eight spelling bee champions joining us next.
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we're back with the elite eight spelling bee champs making history last night. i spoke with them just moments ago. let's meet the amazing eight champions right now. good morning, everyone. i want to start with asking for a show of hands. who here thinks that they're the best speller? oh, my gosh, nobody raised their hands. you guys are so sweet.
you know you're sharing it. unprecedented in the 94-year history of the spelling bee. tell me, what is it like sharing the title with seven of your other amazing spelling bee champions?e e azg spellers. en >> ultimately the judges decided we're declaring you all a winner. what was going through your head? >> i think we were all, like, nervous overall. and we wanted each other to win. and when this got like announced, we weren't expecting like anything that could happen. >> to be honest i didn't exactly think i would win. but when dr. bailly announced that if you get to round 20 and spell your word correctly, you'll win, i thought there was a chance. >> i was very happy when i realized that, yes, there was a chance that we could be octochamps. >> octochamps, i love that. that's a new phrase i haven't heard.
so i have to ask you, being an octochamp, how does that compare to -- each of you have won a solo spelling bee so you know what that solo is like. how does it compare with sharing it with seven others? >> it's definitely much more special because it's an amazing experience. peop w know exactly th seven what you're going through. we have a camaraderie with each other. >> you know what it takes to getting to where you are. winning the bee is a big deal. you all are going down in history. i have to ask, did it surprise you that the judges basically said, hey, we've run out of challenging words? >> i know the caliber of my fellow spellers. and they did amazing, so i wasn't that surprised. >> wow, that's a drop the mic moment. like you basically just basically stumped the judges, which is pretty incredible. each of you will have $50,000. congratulations on that. what are your plans for the money? >> i'm saving it for college. >> i'm saving it for college.
>> i am too. >> in unison, i love that. would you all say this was worth staying up past your bedtime? this went on pretty late. >> yes. w t cminaonf months, even years of work. it was definitely worth it. the thrill of being in the bee s worth it. >> i would do it again if i could. >> same. >> same. >> that's beautiful. congratulations to all of you. get some sleep and then maybe you can celebrate afterwards. how cute were they? gives you chills. they're all excited for one another. it's better together. >> and they're all saving for college. >> there you go. coming up "play of the day." ♪ make him express how he feels ♪ ake him express how he feels ♪ ♪ make him express how he feels ♪ ge in minutes. your head wants to do one thing... but your gut says not today.
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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. this is "abc7 mornings." good morning, i'm jessica from "abc7 mornings." here's mike nicco with the forecast. >> it's cloudy right now but our beaches will be cooler and calmer and a little brighter this afternoon. expect more sunshine everywhere and pleasant breezes on the bay. low 70s along the coast in san francisco, 80s return inland. temperatures will taper on sunday, but look what happens next week, 80s ands. blocking a lane just before treasure island has been cleared, so things are moving along quite a bit better there getting out of san francisco. a quick check of drive times. two crashes on westbound highway 4 between antioch and concord. that has you all the way up to
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fans calling her out over how she was washing her face. "gma" at the nba finals. superstar steph curry giving two young girls a slam dunk surprise. >> oh, my god. >> wait until you see what happens. ♪ level up >> are you ready for ciara? we're ready to level up our party in central park. we'll have you dancing into friday. look who is saying -- >> good morning, america. good morning, america. hope you're well this friday morning. big friday morning in the park. >> we are all one two stepping into the weeking with ciara. she's getting the party started. we're just moments away from hearing her greatest hits and brand new music. first a lot to get to.ash f rescues overnight.
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welcome back to "gma." we've got a fantastic o party i with ciara. on monday christina aguilera one on one and adam driver joins us. first it's time for "pop news" with lara. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with big news for harry potter fans. j.k. rowling announcing she's set to release not one, but four new books. you excited? >> yeah. >> these books are shorter than her usual. they'll delve into the magic. each book she says will cover charm lessons and defense against the dark arts as well as potions and the care of magical creatures. the books are being released electronically. no hard covers.
no paperback. they'll feature rowling's notes, manuscripts and sketches. the first two e books will be released at the end of june, june 27th. >> how modern of her, very cool. >> a lot of information in there. lady gaga also in the news. never one to dress down and now some of her most memorable fashion moments are going on display for the first time at the house of gaga exhibit. 40 of her most memorable looks including of course the meat dress. we love the meat dress! >> yay! [ applause ] >> thank you. cheers to the meat dress. by the way, we asked and they told us it has been dried and preserved, quote, like a piece of jerky. >> i don't know how i feel about that. >> i kind of want to sigh it. curators say there's the custom versace body suit that she wore
for the super bowl performance and the crazy sunglasses made of out cigarettes she wore in the music video. gaga reaching out to fans to see which ones she should exhibit. the show running throughout november 8th. >> perfect for vegas. >> had me at meat dress. >> you're welcome. and now to two adams and one happy girl. adam sandler and jen aniston were guests on jimmy kimmel life. sandler shared a great story. listen up. >> i started to text adam levine who's a great guy. i texted him. i'm sorry to do this. my kid is getting bar mitzvahed. would you mind singing a few tunes? then uh see the dot dot dot.
he's about to say something. then he writes i can't say no to you. where? >> he didn't say no. he showed up. what a great dad. what a great friend. sandler sharing this shot. both adams delivering big time. we love that story. thank you jimmy kimmel. finally a case of "big little lies" right here on the streets of manhattan courtesy of kate mckinnon. she and comedian billy eichner hit the streets to see if they could fool people reese withers >> any advice you want from reese? >> what's the meaning of life? >> it's tough to tell in this heat y'all. i don't know. i think be yourself. just love who you love i guess.
>> love who you love. >> they're amazing. >> you are amazing. even reese thinks kate nailed it. she posted this to her instagram story writing this is so fun. it's almost like i was there. thank you again kate mckinnon. guys, that's "pop news." >> amazing. >> should we head over to ginger? >> yes. thank you cecelia. ciara fans are pulling out the fun. these are twins. pearl is a cancer [ applause ] they have full ciara moves. show me level up. right. give me the other one. uh-huh. i don't know what that's called. i like it. lot of energy. keep it going. everybody join in. level up! we're so ready for more leveling up and ciar
good morning. welcome to friday and some of the fog this morning. highs will taper a little bit this weekend. it's still going to be hot. the 90s are coming inland next week. today low to mid-60s,oa san ancisco.mid to upper 70s foe bay. look at the low to mid-80s inland. tonight we'll have free air conditioning, though. low to mid-50s in most neighborhoods. my accuweather seven-day forecast, a chance of thunderstorms sunday. otherwise dry and really hot next week. all right, we're going to turn to our "gma" cover story. alarming new numbers in the measles outbreak. the number of cases now passing the record set 25 years ago. 971 reported cases across the country. dr. ashton is here with more on all this. those numbers are just absolute absolutely staggering. what's the concern here? >> medically this is not a
record we wanted to break. it was preventable and avoidable. this is not just a nuisance like a couple of sneezes and runny nose. the medical risks especially to. one in ten get an ear infection. one in 20 get pneumonia. one in 1,000 get brain swelling. one to two cases in 1,000 will die. as we approach that number we're not going to be surprised. >> all those things you just mentioned are impacting the way we live, work, life, school, people interacting with people in fegted. what else is being considered to get this under control? >> to be clear health care workers are being furloughed if they're exposed to measles and they can't produce vaccine immunization records or show sethey're fu they're ting a mandatory leave
of absence and have to stay on home quarantine. we might seea do not board list. this is something absolutely going to just medical. >> we talked about the concern for babies especially. what can parents do if they're exposed? >> here's the thing for babies now. this is a change because of this outbreak. if you have an infant under 12 months of age and they're at high risk, you're planning international travel, it's recommended those babies six months of age and over get a vaccine. they still need two more doses. if they're exposed to measles, they should be vaccinated within 72 hours. this is new news that affectsba patients? >> this is a reminder that diseases we have considered
eradicated can and will come back if we do not vaccinate. we have to go by fact and science and data, not fear and emotion and myth. >> so much misbelief out there. >> yes. >> thank you, dr. ashton. amy over to you. all right, now to kylie jenner. she's under fire due to a face cleanser she used. this story makes me feel old because i don't get it. maggie rulli is here to explain it to me. >> it was last week kylie launched her new skincline. then her instagram fol hers were quick to buy the new product. according to her website they're sold out. now some of the same followers are questioning how much she knows about skincare. >> reporter: this morning kylie jenner under attack. her millions of fangs calling out the beauty mogul for posting this video on social media.
kylie shows people how to use a cleanser from her new skincare line. with her face illuminated the whole thing seems innocent. her fans were quick to pounce. one tweeting you must wash your face for 60 seconds not .5 seconds. another one if you're showing people how to use your products do it properly. fans also appalled at seeing this, make up on her towel after she have wipes off what's supposed to be a clean face. writing omg dying at kylie jenner video where she washes her face and the rag has so much make up on it. girl what? >> washing your face for 10 to 15 seconds is not enough. you're basically moving bacteria around your face. >> reporter: so far kylie not responding to the critics.
others pointing out she performs a longer skin routine off cam are. before it was even released fans were calling her for using an ex fol yant in her walnut face scrub, something experts warn can do more harm than good. >> it could make any hyper pigmentation issues worse because of the micro tears, rips it's producing in the skin. >> reporter: what should we do for our skin? >> use a wash cloth. use a time's size amount of product. number three, wash your face for about a minute, minute and a half. >> dr. downey says everyone should wash their face at least
twice a day maybe more if you're active. wash all the way to the edges, get right into the hairline. make sure to follow it up with moisturizer. >> this is what young people have to complain about? >> we need a good skincare routine. >> now i feel even older. let's head up to lara. >> amy, we'll turn to nicole kidman, one of the busiest actresses in hollywood. paula sat down with her just days before "big little lies" return. she's revaluing clues? >> maybe a couple. >> do tell. >> thanks for the sunglasses. >> you look fabulous. >> thank you. nicole kidman is very protective of the show. she have said they poured themselves completely into it and they want all of you to be
surprised. >> i still feel responsible for the accident. >> congratulations season two. why do you think the show came back? >> the passion of the fans. that's where it originated. there was nothing in place. >> the story for all intents and purposes had ended. >> in a different way the story has only begun. you delve deeply into all these women and the ramifications and consequences of what's happened. when meryl streep gave us the a-okay we were like all right. >> you're very short. >> excuse me? >> i don't mean it in a negative way. >> oh. >> maybe i do. >> to have her with her power and her strength stand beside us and go, let's do this, that was an amazing contribution. >> she's your mother-in-law. >> she is. >> is she -- >> she's perry's mother. >> she's a tough mother-in-law. that's a fair assessment? >> i'm not going there. i want people to watch it.
>> i gave you answers. >> you left some things out, didn't you? >> your daughters were able to join you on set. >> they had a tiny little -- you see them fleetingly in the classroom scenes. >> proud mom moment? >> yes. there's something wonderful about bringing your children to work and them seeing what you do and them being part of it and feeling like it's theirs as well. >> you know how season two ends. will there be closure? >> i'll never answer that question. >> we had some of the men on. they said some of the lies are bigger. >> did they? how dare they. >> are the lies bigger? >> the lies run deep. what's interesting about the series is that there is truth that's being sought. the series is so much about the reality of females and their friendships and what they go through and how they navigate
life. we're still dealing with abuse and healing from abuse. we're dealing with mothers and the ramifications of certain types of mothering. we're dealing with friendships and trying to protect each other. all these things are really fascinating. look at renata as well. you're looking at a woman who spent her who life building an empire and then it crumbled. i gave something away. stay tuned. >> that's right stay tuned. nicole said this character has absolutely changed her life. she tells her family, her husband keith urban and their two young daughters, this is their series. what they do as a family goes into it. they treasure it. they're proud of it. not that her daughters have seen much of it. >> i love the big little lie and secret that you told me.
>> they wanted meryl streep to join the cast. the author when she wrote this in mind. she wanted her to play nicole's mother-in-law. she named her mary is meryl's real name. stay tuned. >> it all starts soon. >> it does. >> thank you so much, paula. guys, stay with us because ciara coming up on "good morning america." "big little lies" premiers june 9th.
good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. this is "abc7 mornings." hey, you made it to friday. good morning. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." happening today, 14 democratic presidential nominees are coming to the bay area to pick up some votes and perhaps some funding. they're here for the democratic convention at the mosconi center. tonight beto o'rourke will speak and tomorrow congressman eric swalwell will also be there. not a hot spot at the moment, anyway. the bay area toll plaza looking good at the moment. they haven't officially turned off the metering lights yet, but i would say they will in a moment. a crash on northbound 87 past the 85 split.
now your akccuweather forecast with mike nicco. fog still on the east bay. it will lift within about an hour. that's your biggest issue driving around this morning, not the drizzle we had to deal with yesterday. let me show you what's going on. temperatures 7 to 11 degrees warmer than yesterday but the heat is on next week. reggie? mike, thank you. another abc 7 news update in about 30 minutes.
yo ♪o [ cheers and applause ] ♪ let's go >> welcome back to "gma." it's a great morning here in the park for our "gma" everybody is here for ciara of course. she's about to perform the song that started the whole level up 17n ewnge on social media. i guess you want to see it. here's ciara with level ♪ level up, level up, level up, level up ♪ ♪ level up, level up, level up, level up ♪ ♪ all this on me so yummy, all this so so yummy ♪
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we're back with the nba finals, the raptors beating the warriors in game one last night. >> before the tip off we teamed up with warriors superstar steph curry to give two young fans the surprise of a lifetime. let's go back to t.j. in toronto with the story. hello again. that surprise of a lifetime starts with a simple handwritten letter from a little girl. it started dear steph curry. she spoke so sincerely and passionately. bottom line is hey, steph, i got a problem with your shoes. can you fix it? he listened and he did.
this whole journey ends with the little girl having a special assignment at the nba finals. >> i got to design a shoe with him. >> reporter: the him, 9-year-old riley morrison is referring to is three-time nba champ steph curry. >> steph curry puts it in. >> reporter: these two unlikely buds first met in november after a letter written by riley went viral asking why his line of under armour shoes didn't come in girls' sizes. >> i hope you can work with under armour to change this. girls want to rock the fives too. >> reporter: since then riley just 3 years older than curry's own daughter forged a friendship with the basketball star appearing on his youtube show. >> what do you call a man with a rub with toe? >> i don't know. >> roberto. >> reporter: even co-designing
curry's latest sneaker which she was sporting. if that wasn't enough -- >> what's up olivia and rriley? i know it's been a crazy year for you. it's getting sweeter. you guys have been selected at "the view' "good morning america" court side kids. i'll see you at game three. >> what? >> you're going to game three. >> reporter: that's right riley along with her big sister olivia are off to the nba finals. >> it's riley. >> and olivia. >> we're your "gma" court side kids. toss it back to you t.j. >> yes, i'll take it from you here, olivia and riley. guys, it was cool to sit down with steph curry. we talked basketball. as soon as we said her name, riley he lit up. he knew exactly who we were talking about.
they formed a special bond. very cool to see. looking forward to seeing her in a couple days. >> t.j., tell us what the girls will actually be doing out there. >> we put them to work, guys. they're going to work media day out there in the bay area. they're going to get access to the players. they're going to work the sidelines. they have an assignment. they just can't sit and watch the game. they're going to love the experience. yes, i won't have as much of a work load out in oakland because i've got two helpers. >> i love it. that's great, t.j. thanks so much. you can see steph curry and the warriors take on the raptors in game two of the nba finals right here on sunday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern. ginger, over to you. >> i have to introduce you to suella. we can't wait to see more ciara. but we're celebrating grilling all year long with king's hawaiian. to ensure you get the best flavor when you're grilling let
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banker with wells fargo. nobody likes the word debt. most people are embarrassed about the debt they racked up. last year americans paid more than $100 million on credit card interest alone. pay as much as you can toward your debt that has the highest interest rate. the highest rate is the one that costs you the most. paying down the highest rates most reduces interest costs and puts more money toward the principal balances. sometimes we need those wins to boost our confidence. overall start with the most expensive debt and work down. if you manage your finances right you'll get debt under control. >> great tips. thank you so much. you guys ready for more ciara. how about we go to lara. let's do it. [ cheers and applause ] we're back now with the one
and only ciara. our summer concert performaner. this grammy winner has exciting news to share. welcome to "good morning america." >> thank you. >> thank you for taking your time out of matriculation, out of harvard university. >> it's an honor to be here. i'm attending the program at the harvard business school. it's incredible. we're learning so much. i have my own record label now. i'm jumping in and soaking up as much as i can. >> you're really behind the scenes. >> i'm in. i literally was reading case studies before i started to come out and do sound check. every little detail matters. i'm having a really good time. >> nobody advocates for you like you as well all know. that's awesome. you're an inspiration for so
many women. you have your seventh studio album. it's called "beauty marks." it's so good. how would you describe it as being different? >> it's probably my most personal work to date. it's been an incredible journey. it's all the scars you get from life are beauty marks. for me it represents a lot of my journey. i labeled a lot of what i'm doing right now beauty marks. i did the title track with skyler gray. she produced it. i'm proud of it. if you want to dance, it's the album for you. >> yes. >> if you want to feel good vibes -- >> yes. we better give everybody the big news. >> i'm going on tour! >> tell us all about it. >> i'm going on tour. some select dates and places that show me love.
you can look out on my social for dates. it will all be announced soon. >> the woman does it all. she's a mother, business woman and she's on tour. so excited to hear the next song off the new album. everybody, here's "thinkin' 'bout you." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i've been thinkin' 'bout you ♪ ♪ i've been thinkin' 'bout you ♪ wondering who's stuck in your head at night ♪ ♪ wonder if i ever cross your mind keeping you up in your bed♪
♪ i can't get you off the brain ♪ ♪ loving you is something strange ♪ ♪ don't get me wrong i ain't complainin' ♪ ♪ i've been thinkin' 'bout you ♪ i'm wondering if your love's a game ♪ ♪ just kissing girls and taking names ♪ ♪ is it love or entertainment ♪ i've been thinkin' 'bout you ♪ wondering who's stuck in your head at night ♪ ♪ wonder if i ever cross your mind ♪ ♪ keeping you up in your bed at night ♪ ♪ i've been thinkin' 'bout you ♪ i try to fight it but it's hard to hide ♪ ♪ i've been thinkin' 'bout you
performing "set" off her new album "beauty marks." take it i way. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all i know is hustle, i put that on my set ♪ ♪ i hustle til i pass out ♪ treat all my shoe boxes like the bank now ♪ ♪ guess you could say that i'm the man, wow ♪ ♪ on that big boss level and i put that on my set ♪ ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ i can smell your hate from about a mile away ♪ ♪ you mad that i just won't come down ♪ ♪ i can see the look that's written on your face ♪ ♪ wonder how i still fit this crown ♪ ♪ you hatin' but you watchin' though ♪ ♪ i guess you kind of mad that i'm unstoppable ♪ ♪ you count me out, the counters count me in ♪ ♪ looks like i'm putting up another win again ♪ ♪ 'cause i hustle until i pass out ♪ ♪ treat all my shoe boxes like
the bank now ♪ ♪ guess you could say that i'm the man, wow ♪ ♪ on that big boss level and i put that on my set ♪ ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ i go too hard grind for my team ♪ ♪ been that since back i run things ♪ ♪ no cap, i own it, my name you know ♪ ♪ the name ain't a damn thing changed ♪ ♪ you hatin' but you watchin' though ♪ ♪ i guess you kind of mat that i'm unstoppable ♪ ♪ you can count me out the counters count me in ♪ ♪ looks like i'm putting up another win again ♪ ♪ i hustle 'til i pass out ♪ treat all my shoe boxes like the bank now ♪ ♪ guess you could say that i'm the man, wow ♪th bosl put that on my set ♪ ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we
set ♪ ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my set on , ony, on my set ♪ ♪ i go too hard grind for my team ♪ ♪ been that since back i run things ♪ ♪ no cap, i own it, my name you know ♪ ♪ the name ain't a damn thing changed ♪ ♪ we set ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ ♪ on my set ♪ on my, on my, on my set, we set ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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it's 8:59. hope you're having a good friday so far. i'm reggie aqui from "abc7 mornings." mike nicco is here with a look at your weekend. hi, mike. >> hi, reggie. it will be a little brighter, cool and calmer at our beaches. if you're on the bay, no real stiff breezes to worry about. low 60s on the coast, san francisco. 80s inland. we will taper the temperatures a little bit through sunday, but then the heat comes back tuesday and wednesday. we do have an issue in san jose, so let's take you northbound 87. it was down to just the far right lane blocked, but definitely seeing a backup as the tow truck starts to get through that. and the bay toll plaza lights officially off. have a good day. we'll