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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody. it is fun day monday. december 30th. you only have one day left in this year. but there is good news. >> what is it? >> well, john leguizamo is here today. >> i like that. >> and we have a live performance by michelle chamuel from "the voice." >> i like her, from "the voice." >> and you're stuck with me this year for one more day.
>> this year did fly, though. it truly did. >> you know, we don't write out checks as much as we used to. you know. so it is almost like -- when you then do, you realize, oh, my gosh, the year has -- >> can i say -- >> it is worse as you get older. they go faster. >> here is the problem my mom got. she doesn't write checks anymore. she does everything online. her verizon bill came and it was $85.90. she types in 85.90, send. $8,590 went through. she had to -- >> did she hit the wrong button? >> sometimes you put a point and sometimes they add it for you. >> oh, no, not with money. you can't do that. >> yes. so she had to take all the money out of her account, because she didn't want verizon draining her account and put it somewhere else while she was on the phone with verizon to ask them -- it went on and on and on. i think it is resolved. hopefully. >> say it like she would say it. i like it when you do it. >> i can't do it on demand. okay. >> i love her accent. >> we have a cool new year's present for your friends.
>> as if you have any money left at all after the holidays. >> you need a picture of your friend, your boyfriend, yourself, whatever. >> yourself if you're narcissistic selfie person, like we are. >> send in a photo and make a 3-d version of yourself, it is a doll. >> these are -- this is extremely flattering of -- you look like you. and i look like you. yeah, yeah. your bottom is bigger than mine. and in real life, your bottom is half the size of mine. and i'm also the same -- i'm taller, which is also -- >> you are tall ler. i like it though. let's see. >> you are! >> i like that. it is called shake ways. it is a 3-d printing company. i think it is a cool idea. >> what do we do? play with ourselves? what does one do once one has one is my question. hoda, you have a filthy mind. we play with each other or do we auction them off so somebody can play with hoda or what do we do?
>> i don't know what we do. anyway, they're $25. >> people didn't think these through. >> nobody did. if you're sitting there, new year's eve tomorrow, if you're trying to think about what do i have to look forward to in 2014? >> not much. >> we decided we were going to help you find out, the great things of 2014 ahead. >> you're welcome. >> here are some things to look forward to. the winter olympics are coming up in sochi, russia. do you like the winter? >> i love to watch the skiing and the skating. those are my favorites. i think everybody feels that way, yeah. curling, not so much. >> if you're a fan of the world cup, soccer, brazil is going to be hosting that. that's going to be one tremendous party. >> for 99% of the world, it is the biggest thing there is. >> we can't seem to latch on here. >> some people do. just i'm -- my kids played it when they were in elementary school and never took to the soccer ball since. it is like anything.
some people like hockey. they live and breathe hockey. >> for soccer, it is so hard to televise it with commercials because it keeps going on and on and when the time runs out, wait, there is another seven minutes. you don't know when it is ever over. >> you don't appreciate that sport, soccer, until you play it yourself and you never get a chance to stop, to breathe. it is -- you have to be in unbelievable -- hockey too. you and i are never going to be world class athletes. >> ever. ever. >> imi'm married to one, baby. >> here is something else to look forward to. apple is coming out with an iwatch. >> i don't care. what does that mean? >> we were going to try to show a prototype, do something. i had a total past traumatic stress disorder moment. the other -- >> okay. >> what was it called? >> i wonder if my phone will incinerate. i remember it vividly.
>> there is a number. >> oh. is that my number? >> hoda! >> that's it. and -- >> how long did it take you to -- don't -- >> i'm not going to. i want you to look at the message still on here. >> how many -- >> thousands, right? why did you keep them? >> i started deleted and forgot about it. i got lazy. >> the fda is expected to give final approval for a new cure for baldness. >> fewer balder men in 2014. >> frank doesn't care now. you get to a point where you -- oh, lost some more. you get to the point where you don't care. >> i think bald men can look really sexy. >> it is really great news for women too who lose -- who start losing their hair. the samsung phone. >> anyway. the house of -- two big hot tv shows. >> you watch both of them. >> "house of cards" and
"downto"downto "downton abbey." >> they can't stop. they have their own line. we told you about that the other day. now they have "downton abbey" cookies and tea. look at these lovely cookies. >> and tea. >> i wonder if this is going to -- downton and the flatbread cookie. they're at world market stores or worldmarket.com and get downton abbey tea cup sets and plates. i wonder if they're pricey. >> mm. i like that. >> a little bit of vanilla in there. >> i like that. >> very nice. >> i haven't been to many movies lately. i'm way behind. but pg-13 movies are more violent than r-rated films that came out in the '80s are. >> yeah, i agree. >> the standards are lessened. >> i think there is so much violence out there, it just seems like so many movies -- i had a real -- we talk about this, you go to a movie, i love suspense, i love a thriller, i love -- i like being on the edge of my seat, but i don't like the stabbing and the oozing and the dead guy and the fingernails
being pulled out and the torture. >> yeah. i know. i walk out of films now. i can't stomach it. i don't want it in my mind. i don't want -- i remember years and years and years ago i was in paris, with my first husband. and he wanted to see a certain movie, and i didn't want to see it. but you go. and it was "kaligula." i walked out. he walked out because i walked out. but i just -- and i have an image in my brain still of something i saw in that movie that upset me so much. i don't want it there. what goes in comes out. think it through. >> exactly. >> new study in the journal of pediatrics says in the 1980s, terminator, beverly hills cop and diehard were rated r at the time because of the violence. but if they came out today, they would probably be pg-13. >> and hunger games, i found it terrifying, everybody loved it,
a bigger message, but i'm sorry but watching an 8-year-old fight to the death is not my idea -- let's talk about something urgent. you have the rolf toilet paper. >> thank you for putting it near me. >> we want to ask you guys about your bathroom habits. when you go into a public restroom, do you -- it is important. do you put toilet paper on the seat or do you put one of those seat things that they have -- >> they are having those more and more in new york. >> do you do it or not? >> i have just -- there is also something else known as the hover. you have three options. i have found, ladies, if you have a problem with this, because the paper falls off or all kinds of stuff, take the paper, first, lift up the lid like men do, and then hover. much better aim and, yeah. >> i go to the gym, i don't know how anyone -- >> i'm suggesting.
>> john leguizamo is hovering. let's see. >> like that? i can't go to the bathroom like that. >> no, but -- >> that's impossible. >> where to your hands go? >> on your thighs to steady yourself. but you have to -- >> hover like this? >> you're not a girl, are you? >> men's bathrooms are pretty nasty, man. sometimes you want to hover over the whole thing. >> hover over the whole thing. >> yeah, yeah. >> i think it is one of those deals where i don't put down the paper or use the -- sometimes i just sit it down. you know you do too. not everybody hovers. your thighs hurt -- it is not simple. >> what do your highs hurt from? >> squatting. it hurts. >> hoda, the things you tell us! >> put that on the list for next
year -- too late for the year ender. save that. >> so here's the thing. how many squares do you use? that's the other thing? >> i bet you use more squares when it is free at a public place than you do at home when you try to, you know, if you're paying for it yourself. >> no. >> times had are hard for people and they try to save in any way they can. is this -- this isn't quilted anyway. >> it is quilted. i do one, two, three -- i do about like that. i do about like that. what do you do? >> i'm not telling you. >> show me. here's the roll. pull on it. >> i don't -- no. not going to do it because it looks like -- >> there are certain things in life that have to be sacred. but i am going to take you home and have my way with you. >> let's do favorite things, shall we? >> yes. you go. >> you probably got some itunes gift cards and stuff and probably downloaded new music. this is a great little thing, it
is called -- an app, free app called musix match. what you do, you download it, then go on your phone -- >> hoda, please. >> -- i'm terrified. >> put a song on it you like from your library and it looks -- if you look closely, it does the lyrics. it is like a little mini karaoke. >> it is another opportunity for ihoda. this time on a monday. you're cheating, hoda. >> every song in the library, the lyrics are there. so if you have your ipad and want -- you go, i don't remember the words, you hit it. adele. ♪ >> you know what i hope happens in 2014, i hope she comes out with a new cd. where was adele this whole year? >> she had the baby. >> i know. all the more reason that we're going to look forward to that. my favorite thing is this book. "the power of the half hour" by tommy barnett. $17 on amazon.com. he's going to be on monday. can i go back, please, so i can
get the date? the 6th. next week. next week he'll be on. he's the father of matthew barnett who is the pastor of the church out after -- >> oh, yeah. >> his church is in phoenix. it is wonderful. he gives so many great stories. you'll love this, about how one half hour in certain people's lives changed their life forever. sent them on a different path. the book you write, you're going to love this book. no bones about it. >> john leguizamo had something he wanted to share with your whole family. >> coming up. >> dynamite. >> those are empty and he doesn't know it. ♪ and now my journey across the country has brought me to the lovely city of boston. cheers. and seeing as it's such a historic city, i'm sure they'll appreciate that geico's been saving people money for over 75 years. oh... dear, i've dropped my tea into the boston harbor.
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>> i can get us out of here. time to turn on the trail blazing skills. whoa. holy crab. >> i see you like to dance. what will it be, the mambo, the salsa, the deadly lombata. tough guy. you messed with the -- ow! get it off. >> look at the wiggle. >> is that all in the script or did you make up some of it as you went along? >> we ad libbed like crazy. like honey badger, the guy who did the ad libs all over the honey badger. we did that kind of thing, just adding stuff. >> it looks like a documentary, oddly. not like a cartoon. >> technology called photo realism. you feel like somebody went to the jurassic period with a little camera and got some shots. beautiful. >> and include something dinosaurs that are, like, basically newly discovered, right? >> yes, the pacorynasaurus.
i thought i would be a t-rex or something with a big voice and they told me i'm a bird. like the first prehistoric parrot, basically. >> you've seen the movie? >> saw it this weekend at the premiere. >> what did your family think? >> they loved it. a lot of screaming and crying and laughing. >> like home. >> just like the holidays at home, yes. >> this is for kids of all ages or what do you think? >> parents will love it. a lot of information, every time they introduce a dinosaur, all the information. >> that's neat. >> herbivore, carnivore, how much it weighs, what it killed. >> fantastic. >> roadkill. >> how many pterodactyls. >> this is a t-rex woman. the real deal. >> what did you think of our opening? of the show? >> i loved that opening. >> the toilet paper thing. >> adults need toilet training these days and we all got to be safe from bacteria and save the planet. in my house we have -- if it is yellow, let it mellow. >> if it is brown -- >> flush it down.
>> i think that's -- that's the whole conservancy thing. >> yes. thank you for bringing that up. she's trying to save washington square park. >> okay. so is that what you teach your children? >> to save the park? you're very involved that way. >> yeah. i try to be as green as possible. turning off lights everywhere. >> how many squares of toilet paper? >> okay, i'm not -- i don't got a big rump, so, like, three is enough. >> three? >> yeah. three is hardly enough. >> you fold it in half. you go -- >> okay. >> spin the bottle. >> newspaper. >> oh. >> here is the question. it is for john. ready? >> toilet paper? what is that? >> boxers, briefs or commando. >> boxer/briefs. briefs. >> tighty white things?
not a thong? >> i'm wearing briefs. briefs are back in, baby, yeah. '70s is back. >> no. my wife thinks it is sexy. >> how long have you been married? >> a long time. we have to spice it up somehow. might as well go commando tonight. >> last one. >> this is fun. favorite dinosaur. >> i'm going to pick, you know, my alex -- >> you have to go to the movie to find out what it is. the parrot with the sharp teeth and the sharper tongue. great to see you. happy new year's. >> "walking with dinosaurs" is playing in a theater near you. >> is your face going here? >> find out if you're the newest fan of the week. >> probably not. >> doubtful. >> right after this. low prices,
our fan of the week. drum roll, please. >> can't wait. >> the winner is allison lair from york, pennsylvania. she watches us on wgal channel 8. >> hey, allison, congratulations. >> congrats. >> are they happy? i can't tell. >> there she is. >> oh, the little ones. >> we're going to tell you what you won. we'll tell you why you were chosen as our lucky winner. >> allison has been a loyal viewer and this past year she developed a daily routine of watching the show with her sister and their beautiful baby girls. allison and mary ann. that must be mary ann next to her. they both love our show and they were pregnant together. how sweet and appreciated our sisterly bond. well, now baby cousins gabrielle and isabella joined the fan club and look adorable in their special kathie lee and hoda onsies. >> so you're going to be taking mary ann with you, is that what's going to happen? >> absolutely. >> ready to find out where you're going?
>> yes. >> you're going to love it. >> you're going to cancun, mexico, to stay at the moon palace golf and spa resort of the famed palace resort. you're going to enjoy four days, three nights all inclusive stay, breakfast and dinner and beverages served daily. >> once there you can explore the pool decks, ride the wave simulator, swim with dolphins, 14 restaurants and trendy nightclubs, hotel accommodations by palace resorts. how much fun does that sound like? >> they're so cute. >> we take it you're happy? >> i think they're happy. >> have a great time. take your sunscreen. want to know how to make a cheap item look really expensive? we're going to tell you the secret. >> michelle chamuel from "the voice" is singing her new single -- >> all after your local news.
we're back with more of "today" on this monday saving monday with steal or no steal. >> here to help you make an inexpensive item look like it came from a designer is ileana. she's the author of "the cheap chica's guide to style." you want something that doesn't look cheap, but is inexpensive. >> i call it a bargain. that's the perfect intersection of a low price but quality. blazers. buttons are a design detail that designers look to make an item look really nice. each individual button is cut and sown on the cuff here. >> it is missing one. >> it is right there. this is a blazer, $500. i found this one at h & m, buttons, two less than the other one, but $29.95. >> also lined? >> yes. >> also lined. so great deal there. so now we're talking about prints.
people c be a little indifferent about prints. some people like them, some people don't. when you buy a print, make sure it is lined up along the seam. what happens is inexpensive designers sometimes tend to just cut it and sew it, not up for the loss on the fabric. so look for it to line up. this dress is $365. i found this dress at tjmaxx for $29. >> i can't believe the deals you can get. >> unbelievable deals. reinforcing seams it important, because it's how your clothes last. this is reinforced along the back. finished really beautifully. about $500. i found this from dynamite, has the exact same reinforcement along the center seam. for $49.95. >> how is that possible? >> a little bit of leather. >> a little leather on the sleeve. and the reason you want this center seam tight, that's the one that pulls along your back. that's the high risk area. now let's talk about embellishment. i love an embellished blouse.
this is from kate spade. everything is individually sewn down. gorgeous. dlas $298. pricey. i found this shirt at nordstrom's, $48. individually sewn on a piece of tulle, has an illusion it is sewn to the blouse, but sewn to the tulle. $48. unbelievable. >> wow. >> i know. nordstrom, not nordstrom's. they're always pointing that out. >> thank you. okay. so now let's talk about fabrication. >> white, danger zone, right? you don't want to spend a ton of money because you're going to spill something on it. this here feels amazing. $215 from equipment. i found this one, which is a silk poly blend from joe fresh, touch it, still feels great. 19 bucks. >> if we hadn't felt this one -- >> you would never -- it has a little poly, you can wash it and
it doesn't crease as much as the natural -- >> saves in the dry cleaner. now designer pants usually give you at least two inches so you can take them down if you're tall. i don't have this problem. i'm 5 feet tall. >> hodie does. >> exactly. but two inches of the hem allows these pants, so expensive, rebecca taylor. i found these at marshalls for $49.99. look at the hem allowance. almost identical. you can still find those designer details for a bargain. these are $49.99, and these were $325. unbelievable. down here what we have is two pairs of trousers. always want to check the pockets. are they functional or faux. >> does it ma sner matter? >> it does. a short cut the manufacturers take to save money. these are fully functional pockets, ken baker, $195. these fully functional pockets as well, i found them at h & m on the clearance rack for 20 bucks. didn't even take a short cut and saving so much money. >> thank you. a 21st century diet not about counting calories.
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christmas has come and gone. so sad. but before you trash the tinsel and toss your christmas wreath -- >> professional tv and film director and production stylist stacy nelson is here. >> stop it, she's back. >> she'll turn your holiday decorations and turn them in new year's decorations. >> absolutely. >> that's good, kathi >> what is it? >> you don't have to take down all of your greenery. the first thing i tell people, i'm the decorating -- i say use everything you have in the house. go through your garage, your closets, toy chest, anything you have that is silver, gold, black and white. that's what you use to decorate, redecorate your greenery. remove those holiday colors, of
red, green or blue and then simply attach some of the gold and silver items that you found. jewelry, just weave them right through. that's all you need. remove the colors. and hit the after christmas specials. silver and gold ornaments are great for new year's eve. get them at a song right now. buy yourself a box, set them around the house, gather all the clocks you have in your house. this is great. what you're going to do is set them for various times of states and continents. throughout the night, you can keep toasting and celebrating because it is always new year's somewhere. >> you know who would love that? >> who? >> mariah carey. she loves to toast. >> mirrors are wonderful. they elevate the style and has that symbolism of a looking glass it reflect on the past year and look into the future. >> now we're getting artsy. >> candles, lots of candles. >> always. >> and it is a party, you got to
have masks and noisemakers and horns. if you have your own musical instruments, put them in the mix. your guests will love playing them at midnight. >> you have to calm down. >> what are you blowing up here? >> elevate it with special effects. glitter filled balloons. these are very inexpensive. they're confetti wands. you can get them at party stores or at some of the grocery stores carrying them now. >> think about the cleanup. >> you do. >> these things are going to be in your dog fur for the next year. >> on our website, i'll put instructions on how to make an at home balloon drop. very easy. >> you just kind of incorporate some of the party gear, use the clocks, put them on pedestals and candlesticks. use anything silver and gold. you can pull it together very
affordably and inexpensively and for you ladies, i have the very special ice chest. a giant -- >> finally, something we need. >> absolutely. >> that's funny. >> shop smart. scout your house. you can pull it together very inexpensively and have a great new year's eve. >> have a great new year's. >> happy new year's, everyone. >> come on. >> oh, yes. >> thank you, stacy. >> thank you. what's up? >> we all have a unique tolerance for carbs. >> how to help you drop pounds fast. yeah. right after this. >> thank you.
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>> i like that. >> how are you? >> okay. a lot of people try it cut meat out when they're trying to feel better. but you think it's okay. >> the key is it has to be meat raised on grass. that contains omega 3 fatty acids. >> how do you know? >> go to a butcher. >> i never heard of that. >> you can find it at trader joe's, whole foods, i go to a local butcher. >> that's like kosher almost? >> definitely not kosher. kosher animals are not raised pastured. >> the first dish is breakfast. >> look at it. >> gorgeous girls eat meat. this is the breakfast for you if you want to raise your serotonin levels and dopamine levels in your brain, fight cravings and give yourself a lean muscular body.
>> hoda has doughnut holes. every morning. >> that looks like meat in the morning. >> this is pastured meat, meat raises your serotonin and dopamine levels in your brain. it get your brain awake and alert all day long. >> i thought you weren't supposed to eat fruits in the morning and you have raspberries. what is that? >> raspberries are chock full of antioxidants and low sugar fruit. i do encourage women especially to eat fruit because is satisfied the sweet carbohydrate craving. >> tell us about the snack. >> the snack this is product friendly. beef jerky, you can find beef jerky that is -- >> i give to my dogs in the afternoon. >> try some. i would encourage you to try any of these. they're delicious. they're chewy, but you can make your own jerky. i would encourage you to pick this up. this is a bread free sandwich. this is lettuce with a salmon
cake instead of a crab cake. >> come on. >> and omega 3 fats, again, excellent for brain health. >> good for you. >> good girl. >> we have -- this is your -- this is a side salad, your afternoon snack, turkey and avocado. >> i love that. >> that i'll try. >> there is the time of day where women get the horrible cravings. >> avocado twice now. >> right. i'm trying to teach you both you really need a ton of protein throughout the day. women are using yogurt and granola all day and that's not going to boost your brain biochemistry. >> this is great. >> this looks awesome. >> this is the -- a lot of women say how do i give up carbohydrates at dinner. all about lateral moves. zucchini pasta is a wonderful lateral move and don't have to cook the zucchini. >> we have that in our -- what was it? remember we had the -- >> cooking contest. >> it was delicious.
>> it does. even children will eat this. you can say they're dinosaur noodles, very low in carbohydrates. super healthy for you. >> also hot? >> no, this is room temperature. and if you use a hot sauce, it will naturally cook the pasta anyway. >> she's got the voice. michelle chamuel performs her new hit single. but first this is "today" on nbc.
the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> she wowed audiences with her rendition of pink's "give me a reason" on season four of "the voice" and made it to the final two. >> now michelle chamuel is out with her first single. under her own name "go down singing". >> the album under your own name. you have another moniker, don't you? >> yes, basically on "the voice" i went as michelle chamuel. i wanted to put something out that was myself and really you can hear the vocals in it.
this is emotion driven and speaks to that world of pop and also, you know, strong emotions. >> we're glad to see you back. it is going to be fun listening to you. we have a big show tomorrow too. ethan hawke will be with us. >> and we'll look at the best moments of the year and all the fun that hoda had this past year. >> we'll also have new year's eve appetizers and cocktails. it's a big party. >> here she is, michelle chamuel with her new single "go down singing." have an awesome day, everybody. ♪ i see everybody staring at you and the clothes that you're wearing ♪ ♪ it seems like nothing's ever good enough ♪ ♪ i heard everybody saying that you are never gonna fit in ♪ ♪ it feels like you're never go enough ♪
♪ when you're lost and can't be found ♪ ♪ just lift your head and stand your ground ♪ ♪ it's always dark before the dawn ♪ ♪ so raise your voice and sing this song ♪ ♪ you can tell me what's right you can say that i'm wrong ♪ ♪ you can tell me i'm weak so you can think that you're strong ♪ ♪ but you can't take my soul or the gifts i've been given ♪ ♪ i'm gonna go down go down singing ♪ ♪ you can build yourself up when you're putting me down ♪ ♪ you can think you're a king because you've taken my crown ♪ ♪ but you can't stop the fight for the life that i'm living i'm gonna go down go down singing ♪ ♪ i know just how you're feeling ♪ ♪ locked up inside your screaming ♪ ♪ it like no one ever hears a sound ♪ ♪ when you're lost and can't be
found just lift your head and stand your ground ♪ ♪ in the dark before the dawn ♪ we raise our voice and sing this song ♪ ♪ you can tell me what's right you can say that i'm wrong ♪ ♪ you can tell me i'm weak so you can think that you're strong ♪ ♪ but you can't take my soul or the gifts i've been given ♪ ♪ i'm gonna go down go down singing ♪ ♪ you can build yourself up when you're putting me down ♪ ♪ you can think you're a king because you've taken my crown ♪ ♪ but you can't stop the fight for the life that i'm living ♪ ♪ i'm gonna go down go down singing ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah singing ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah i'm gonna go down go down singing ♪ ♪ eyes on me wait and see ♪ they don't know what's about
to begin ♪ ♪ standing proud face the crowd ♪ ♪ all i know is how bright i'm shining ♪ ♪ i'll be free lose or win ♪ i'm gonna go down singing ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah yeah go down singing ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah go down singing ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah singing, singing ♪ yeah, yeah singing i'm gonna go down go down singing ♪ ♪ raise your voice and sing this song ♪