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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda ckotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody, that means you. you know where we are in a lot of hospitals in a lot of places where people are recuperating so we're so happy you're with us today. we hope we make you giggle and look at the world as a beautiful place because it's winesday wednesday. >> our favorite day. >> and that's "t-shirt" by thomas rhett. >> he's rocking it. >> suddenly he's everywhere which is so nice.
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what, hoda? >> no, no. >> awfully nice to see you today, hoda. >> and nice that you showed up, too. if you're a fan of legendary rocker hall lis cooper and you think you couldn't be more shocked, wait until you see what he's doing today. you might be surprised. love these young girls. real life singing sister, they play sisters on "nashville"'s tv show. lennon and maisie stella are here. they have a beautiful harmony so that will be cool. and remember who celebrated a birthday last week? >> jill martin. >> jill did. well, jill, you, and me are all going to share our daily rituals. you know what they are? products that help you look your best. >> well, i wasn't allowed to tell most of the ones that make me look my best because they're too expensive. i figure i ole save my money, whatever i've got left, on that more than anything else. you know what i'm saying? and if you love useless facts, you'll want to play "who
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knew" with us and the creator of twitter's "uber facts" chris sanchez is here. he's tweeting live. >> you're not even logged? >> i am! it's all mobile. >> he's got wi-fi and stuff. >> you ready for words of wisdom, buddy? >> these are our words of wisdom, you might want to tweet these, they're good. ready? one of the oldest and generous tricks the universe plays on human beings is to bury strange jewels within us all and stand back to see if we can ever find them. >> what? >> what do you mean what? listen. one of the oldest and most generous tricks the universe plays on human beings is to bury strange jewels within us and then stand back to see if we can ever find them. like gifts. you know, some people go their whole lives -- >> who said that? >> elizabeth gilbert said that. >> okay. >> that's one of my favorite ones ever. what did you think, sanchez?
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>> i liked it. good one. >> the first couple of lines of that made he think of hookers. can you go back. >> one of the oldest and most generous tricks is what i heard. and this's the oldest profession in the world so that's where my brain was going, hoda, and it was too long. [ laughter ] let's move on, sanchez, to "people" magazine's most beautiful people. they finally announced the cover girl and -- cover woman. the most beautiful woman of 2016 -- >> everybody knows by now. >> jennifer aniston. >> her second time on the cover. the last time was in 2004. if you're counting, she starred in 34 films since 1993 and these are some of our favorites. this one, any time it comes on i love this one "he's just not that into." remember when ben affleck and the ring fell out of his pants and she turned away and he got down on his knee and then he gets on his knee. the ring is in the pants and
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then he gets on his knee. worth it. such a good one. >> oh, my god, the scene is so good. look, wait, watch, watch. i cry every time. even with the volume not on. and turn. turn. there herself on his knee. turn it. >> oh! oh! >> well, maybe we'll have better luck with "the breakup" with vince vaughn. >> she was good in that, too. >> you know what, let's just forget it. everybody loves jennifer and we're happy for her. >> good for her. >> what else have we got? >> we don't -- we want to move on. >> we don't care anymore. >> we do care about the stars that look half their age. the gilmore girls, lauren 49 and alexis bled dell, she's 34. angela basset, 57. lori loughlin we say this every time she's here, 51.
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>> sutton foster. >> and sutton woman plays a woman who's half her age. >> and martina mcbride is 49 and looking fine. >> i think we should be in that, too, hoda. britney spears proves she's just a mom and can embarrass her kids any time she wants. >> she posted this on her instagram page. >> stop it! >> she captioned it "at it again, having more fun than my kids, lol." can you believe her kids are 10 and nine? she has a 10-year-old and a nine-year-old. >> the worst thing that happens is when your kids reach an age and they give you a muzzle and a gag order. >> you had that? >> i've got it now. i'm dying to tell you a couple things. >> you have so many gag orders. >> i hate them. we're going to try to
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identify this celeb coming up. >> no, these aren't the lips. this is something else. all right, this is a celeb in disguise. we have no idea. this is the photo. >> you guys, i'm old and you don't care. >> show us a closeup. >> oh, it's a man. >> who is that? >> it's a man -- look at the hands. and it's -- um -- >> is it -- um -- >> will farrell? >> no, it's not. is it -- what's his name? the bald guy. >> i don't know. can we see? >> that's who i thought it was! >> patrick stewart. >> you know why i should have known that? >> why? >> it was in the pain they are morning and i saw it. [ laughter ] that's bad. put that down, sanchez, kathie lee is losing it. >> he's promoting his star sit co -- sitcom called "blunt talk." now these are hollywood's
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hottest lips. we'll show you closeups of the hottest lips rank bid plastic surgeons in hollywood so they know their stuff. we'll see if he can guess -- >> angelina. >> i thought that was kiley jenner. a good for you. >> jennifer garner. >> you're on a roll. >> i wish i had those lips. >> is that kerry washington? >> is it? >> scarlett johansson? yeah. >> and who's this one? i don't know. >> i don't know. >> oh, jennifer lawrence? no. >> good one. anyway, they say -- so this is kathie lee -- >> my pick is kerry washington. she has perfect lips. >> she really does. >> how about you? >> i think angelina's, right? >> they used to be -- >> remember lisa rinna's? she has crazy lips, right? >> we should have asked harry
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that the other day. >> who's got the best lips? >> chkylie jenner. >> okay, if everybody says so. how to spot a liar. >> get ready. this is a face -- this is a new book titled "lie spotting" and they say there are definite queues in a person's smile. a real smile you see in the eyes. a fake smile you see in the mouth. do it. >> well, i'm laughing now. let's try it. >> do a real smile. first just do a smile. do a real smile. now do a fake smile when you're totally over it. dead eyes, dead eyes, just weird. >> no, but smile. >> i'm going to do it. the one i'm doing in the mirror you like. >> we have to get to the curled lip. that's different. [ laughter ] >> that's a smile of contempt with one corner lip curled as if the liar thinking he or she is gettingaway something. >> well, then elvis was always like that. >> oh, yes, yes.
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>> they need to think things through. >> this worked better in the makeup room. so we've had these on the desk everyday for the last three days. >> and we haven't showed you what it is. >> these are by kiel's and it helps the planet because it's earth day. so they've partnered with recycle america to create a limited eye treatment, this is eye treatment with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit recycle across america. >> not very many people do the whole proceeds. $48 in stores or at kielkiels.c >> why do you put eye cream on the back of your hands? >> wherever i have it i slather it on the backs of my hands because i've been told -- i don't know if it's true -- that our eyes -- under our eyes is one of the most sensitive skin in our body and if you take -- and so are the top of our hands. >> okay, there you have it. coming up, he's a rock 'n roll legend who loves to shock his fans. >> wait until you see what alice cooper has in store.
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peter opened the gate and went into the big green garden. >> what's going on? why is it rock 'n roll hall of famer -- >> alice cooper reading us a bedtime story? >> because usually you scare people and ywe don't want to be scared. >> well, the story does have a roof in it and a robot. >> why are you doing it? >> it's a classic story. >> what's it called? >> pieter and the wolf. and you grew up with "peter and the wolf." this is a more twisted version of it. it's animated? >> if it's twisted, why didn't they get twisteder? [ laughter ] >> i was scarier, that's why. [ laughter ] >> how is that, by the way,
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narrating a children's book? are you doing in the a creepy way? >> well, yeah, they let me do it the way i wanted to do it. it's an updated version where peter goes to hollywood to meet his grandfather. >> that's scary. >> that's scary right there. but they let me play with all the characters. the father is much more of a tommy chong kind of character. >> that's scary. >> he's more of a hippy kind of guy. >> does he smoke weed? because it's legal now. >> probably does. yeah. i wouldn't know, i don't do that stuff. >> that's the strangest thing about you, alice cooper, in real life you're not scary, in real life you're a husband and father and a man of faith and you have a great golf handicap. >> 40 years married to the wonderful lady over there, ballet teacher, cheryl. >> hi, cheryl! >> hi, cheryl! >> i met cheryl and you at pat boon's house. >> that's right. pat boone is much scarier than me. [ laughter ] he's a terrifying character. >> he is, everybody's scared of
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him. it's funny that you're -- we're sitting here with this rock 'n roll legend. when were you inducted in the hall of fame? >> i think 2011. and that's -- you know, you get in the hall of fame, you're expecting to learn the hand shake and you get a dossier on, you know, area 51 and who really shot kennedy and all that. none of that happened. >> were you disappointed when it didn't snap. >> the great thing about the hall of fame is the fact that you're getting voted in by your peers. and it's fun, it's a great party. >> don't you think neil sedaka should be in it? >> absolutely. >> he's not. >> burt bacharach. >> he's not in it? >> no. that's my -- that's going to be my thing. >> what did your buddies say when you told them you were going to do your children's story thing. what did your hard core rock 'n roll buddies think? >> i've stood the test of time. still touring, i've got a big tour coming up with my band and the hollywood vam piers.
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>> oh, fun. >> i love them! >> and it's going to be a full year. i never quit touring. >> but you start at the end of the summer. most people start at the beginning of the summer. >> no, i'm at the beginning of the summer. i start out next week. >> wow, alice cooper, where? >> we go through europe, we go to the united states, mexico. and you guys can come any show. >> we can? >> yeah, you can be guests. >> kath, going to his show. >> any time. you guys look very comfortable, by the way. >> we are so cozy, we could almost crash out. >> alice, we want to thank you for being with us. where can everybody find this app? >> this app is -- well, look, see this? >> not on your phone because you probably don't want to give it up. >> it's "peter in the wolf in hollywood" alice cooper doing the whole thing. it's unique how they built their own sets, they shot it like this, they updated it and made it -- you can go to the app and play games, there's eight different games you can play. >> fantastic. >> it's interactive.
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>> well, we love that. >> alice, thank you so much, thank you for coming to see us. >> you guys stay in bed for the rest of the show. >> we might. >> we don't exert much energy anyway. [ laughter ] from your 40s to your 60s, jill martin helps you defy your decade. >> and we'll share secrets to looking and feeling fabulous right after this. look how cute jill is. >> thank you, alice.
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friend, today contributor jill martin hitting the big 4-0. >> look at her, she's amazing. >> she's a little baby. >> we wanted to find the secrets for looking great now that she's reached a new decade. >> and you probably know when you move from decade to decade to decade, there some things that have to change. hoda and i are going to spill on how we say -- >> so sensational. >> in our 50s and almost 70s. so wait, you're 40. >> you just turned 40 so you have a whole decade before you have to deal with this. >> but this is the first birthday that i felt. and i said okay, there are things i have to do to still feel like this. it was the first one so i thought we could share that. so the first is if i do not drink eight glasses of water a day, real eight glasses of water, i feel it. i feel dehydrated, i don't feel as energetic. and it does feel good. i used to drunk lemonade and iced tea. i opt for that. >> i like the cleanness of this. >> and it does make your skin feel better. >> i'm putting electrolytes in mine now. >> highlights.
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i used to be -- and i think we have a picture -- platinum blond. >> you look like a playmate. >> that was not too long ago and then louis and i decided let's tone it down a little bit. so i think as you get older you don't have to be so -- >> right. when your hair is that way you know it's dyed. unless you're a total swede in scandinav scandinavia. this looks more natural. >> then an hour before i go to bed i plug my phone in the kitchen and gotten a old school alarm clock so i don't have to have it in my bed and that calms me down. >> you can hear in the there? >> no, i leave in the there and i gotten a old school alarm clock so i don't need my phone to be the alarm. >> you can explain that to me afterwards. >> now hoda, this is you. >> yes, this is me. so i do a little bit everyday of exercise. >> you do a lot ef-movery morni >> i don't do a lot but when i
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do that 30 or 40 minutes i feel like it makes you look and feel the best. >> but tell then what time you do it. >> i do it at like 5:00 in the morning. >> and never miss it. and we know what motivates you and we talk about this all the time but it's -- >> music! crank it! ♪ my name is no, my number is no, you need to let it go ♪ is that megan? this is hoda, all right, because it's an optical illusion. >> i'll wear a two piece. i didn't start wearing them until i was in my 40s anyway, never wore a two piece ever, ever. but i do like a good coverup and these are awe (i have a couple of pairs of these, one in tan, one in white. they look like pants but they don't show all your stuff. >> but you don't wear your spanx with them. >> i know but i would if i could. and then this is the only -- i mean in the morning and at night i love these -- i love oil because i feel like people say oh, your face looks oily, it's
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lubricated, it's a good thing to do. >> you don't use sunscreen. >> now you're just trying to wreck my world. but i love these. >> but that helps keep you young. if you're not protected from the sun. i put it on before i go to yesterday? and these are elizabeth arden if you want to try what hoda tries. >> and the kathie lee section. [laughter] >> well, this is more sort of like you gave us the first one was getting up 90 minutes before and doing your devotionals. >> i get up in the morning, take the puppies out, get the coffee going to wherever depending on what time of the year it is. i do not do it then but that's part of my backyard and i just -- i become peaceful. i think the way you start your day is the way you end it. so i begin it with about 45 minutes of prayer everyday. i'm not going to uh-uh, no, no. i'm not going to do that. >> we're going into a horse race. >> i know. then bible study then that's it. wine and my dogs and friends.
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crowds. he'll bring a live report in the upcast. south bay renters a late night decision to limit rent increases. the last time they modified rent control limits 37 years ago. you can see reaction and details on the home page. we'll have a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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a lot sunny day across the
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way in the bay area. you can see bright sunshine and that's the case across most of the bay. temperatures in the south bay close to 70 degrees. cool across parts of the north bay at 61. as we head through the day, not going to be as hot today. 72 for san francisco. same for the north bay. it will be toasty for the inland locations like the trivalley and south bay reaching back into the low 80s. tracking a rough morning on the roads. how is the morning commute? >> a lot better than it was. the crash cleared and we have seen a good recovery. 88 looking good. we'll see more traffic later this evening as folks head toward san francisco. the giants play tonight after work. we have clearing and a better drive on both directions on the 101. speeds are quickly recover there had. in the south bay the northbound routes continue to show slower drive. san jose is not bad. both directions still a problem on the bay shore.
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no crashes. >> make sure to join us at 11:00 for the next newscast. [ cheers and applause ] it's winesday wednesday and we're about to play our weekly trivia game. today we're about to have fun with the most unimportant things you ever need to know from the twitter account uber facts and hoda is across the street at the shop at nbc studios in 30 rock ready to handout a hundred bucks to anyone who answers the questions correctly and for those who don't, they get a signed copy of her new book. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, that's what they want, hoda. here with me is uber facts creator chris sanchez, sweet guy, who has a new book coming out called "cats are capable of mind control and one thousand plus uber facts you never knew you needed to know." welcome. >> thank you. >> so you've been tweeting about us all day. >> i've been tweeting about you
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all morning. >> it will turn bad, i know. we're on to you. hoda is across. >> what's your maim? >> i'm melissa. >> where are you from, girl? >> anaheim, california. >> let's win some money. who was the shortest united states president? was it john adams, jimmy carter or james madison? the shortest. >> b. [ buzzer sounding ] >> oh! wait, wait, wait. [ cheers and applause ] little-known fact, how tall was james madison? >> james madison was the shortest, he was 5'4" and weighed less than a hundred pounds. >> so he was in shape. >> apparently. apparently he was. >> okay, all right. go back to you, hoda woman. >> i weighed less than a hundred pounds in fifth grade. what is your name? >> my name is dana. >> where are you from? >> katy, texas. >> here we go. experts estimate the average person consumes about a pound of this every year. dust, insects, or hair?
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>> insects. >> insects. [ bell ringing ] you're right! [ cheers and applause ] a sound in a sound in. >> a whole pound every year. >> like flies and -- >> it's a mix. the fda allows a certain amount of insect parts and rodent hairs in all of your food as long as it's not bad for your health which -- >> well, how can rodent hair be good for it? >> it's protein, so are insects. it's technically good. >> but a pound is a lot. it must depend where you live? >> well, depends on what you eat. both. >> but you eat? >> peanut butter. >> it's in peanut butter? that's a rodent i have every single morning! hoda, did you hear that? >> i'm grossed out. we have a beautiful couple. how many years have you guys been married? >> 25. >> and today was a -- surprise? >> this trip was a surprise. i told her 36 hours ago and flew her up here last night. >> what are your names? >> susan. >> and bill. >> kids, here we go.
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let's win some money to put the cherry on top. which food-themed sneaker did nike release in 2016, the eggs and bacon sneaker, the cheeseburger sneaker or the chicken and waffle sneaker? >> oh, my. >> we need to say chicken and waffles. [ bell ringing ] [ cheers and applause ] >> we are still into the rodent hair stuff. oh, my gosh, go ahead. >> nike released a chicken and waffles themed sneaker but they cost like $110. >> they're cute, though. >> you're better off just eating chicken and waffles. >> and then running. back to you, hoda. >> they own a chick-fil-a, that's why they knew it. what's your name, your marathon finisher. >> christa from warsaw, inn zblin congratulations! >> here's your question. this musician not only skipped the oscars ceremony during which he won an academy award, he also claims to have slept through the
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broadcast, was it prince, eminem or bob dylan? >> eminem? [ bell ringing ] [ cheers and applause ] >> all righty. what's that story? >> in 2002, eminem won an award for "lose yourself" for his movie "8 mile" so he didn't think he would win the oscar, he thought he had no chance so he stayed home and slept through the ceremony which is sad because he's amazing. >> well, he can see it on videotape. one more, hoda woman. >> we have time for one more, what's your name, hon? >> steve, from grand rapids, michigan. >> all right, here we go. what movie had the largest domestic opening for warner brother, "bat man v. superman dawn of justice" "the lego movie" or "hangover." >> c. >> c. >> she says "the hangover." [ buzzer sounding ] wait, don't be so sad. >> yeah, that surprised me, too which was it? >> "batman v. superman dawn of
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justice" they opened with $171 million. >> in spite of such not great reviews. >> they had a 28% on rotten tomatoes. >> doesn't mean much, does it? >> i thought it wasn't that bad. >> people are expecting it to be a big thing. chris, it's been a pleasure. will you be with us the rest of the day? >> yes. >> well, not the day. 20 minutes more. it will be over soon. clean and green products that are kind to the earth and good for your yard after this. still can't get over the rodent hairs. [ cheers and applause ] at safelite, we know how busy your life can be. oh no this mom didn't have time to worry about a cracked windshield. so she scheduled at and with safelite's exclusive "on my way text" she knew exactly when i'd be there. so she didn't miss a single shot. (cheering crowd) i replaced her windshield... giving her more time for what matters most... how'd ya do? we won! nice! that's another safelite advantage. thank you so much! (team sing) ♪safelite repair, safelite replace.♪
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it's time for lou's life changers when we show you innovative household products that will make your life easier. >> and in honor of earth week, we asked for ecofriendly ideas from. ♪ lou manfredini, he's got a name that rhymes with -- ♪ he's so greeny >> oh, that's good. >> i had nothing to do with that. >> so what do you have for us today, lou. >> i wanted to frame this around the household and little things you can do. in front of us is a line of products from a company called green works. they were founded by a guy that said i don't want to use all this gas-powered stuff all the time to work in and around my home. if you're a professional and you have large yards, all that equipment, that t gas-powered stuff is essential. listen to this stat. about 15 million cars and light trucks are sold each year
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compared to 35 million small engines. >> don't make this hard. >> the vehicles are operated, the cars and trucks 100,000 to a thousand times more often but the emissions from small engines are a hundred to a thousand times more. >> and there are tons more of these being sold. >> all these tools you can use, it won't cost as much to charge him. >> they're super -- that blower will blow the camera across the -- >> wow. >> we like that. >> these products are organic when it comes to doing the lawn and garden. this company, jonathan green, makes this calcium amender for your soil called magic-cal. milorganite is milwaukee county sewage made into pellets. you put this on your grass, you can hear it grow. i'm telling you, this whole line
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right here is an entire line of organic products, they've been around since 1929 and they have all these great soil -- products that you can use that are natural. so if you're going to grow a garden. if you're going to keep your lawn looking great, you don't need to use chemicals and the stuff works. >> is it more expensive? >> it absolutely is more expensive but you know what's in it. you know what's in here? chicken manure. 100%. >> makes me want to buy it. [ laughter ] >> the summer is coming, insects are coming. >> enough with the insects! >> this you'll like, smell that. >> smell it? >> yeah. >> doesn't smell like anything, insect shield. this is treated with synthetic product bonded to the fabric. you wear this, it will protect from you fleas, tickets, mosquitos. it can be used -- anybody can use it, a child, a woman, a man. and this stuff will last up to 70 washes and it is recommended
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by a bunch of different agencies, you can look it up online. the company is insect shield and it really is something. you're not spraying anything into the air, not inhaling it paints, this is a big deal. this is a little confusing but there's a company called earth paints that is a collection company and it's located around the country. this particular company is in wisconsin, illinois and indiana. they will take your latex paint and charge you $2.50 to recycle it. they'll take it, repurpose it and turn it into plastics and new paint. >> for you or someone else? this company called earth paint -- singular -- as well as valspar makes low voc and no voc -- volatile organic -- come on, i can feel a pulse. you want to make sure when you're using paints there are no volatile organic compounds in the paints. these are two brands that do
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that as well so you're not introducing anything into the atmosphere when you're painting. >> so that's on our web site? >> there's more, we're not done. >> oh, lord have mercy. >> see this chair? >> i have some of these. >> this is from a company called by the yard. this chair is made out of recycled milk jugs. 45450 milk j 450 milk jugs. >> how much? >> this chair is about 400 bucks but here's the thing, in ten years it will look just like this. >> i left mine out all winter long. >> you hose it down and go, they have a full line of stuff. super sturdy. >> if you have questions and maybe you do, go to, hit the "connect" button. >> don't ask me. all right, they're two talented sisters, we have one for you, stella, nashville's lennon and maisy stella are
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16-year-old lennon stella
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and her little sister 12-year-old maisy have done more than most kids can even imagine. >> they're actresses and singers and they've even written a book. >> with more than 58 million views on their channel -- >> leave your hair alone. >> they're not only taking the music world by storm, they're conquering television. >> the hit tv show "nashville" they play on rad sisters maddy and daphne conrad. >> i found out the cast is performing at this coffee house tonight in east nashville. is it cool if i go? >> will you be home by your curfew? >> yes, i'm excellent at telling time. >> this coffee house, they serve alcohol? >> no. they serve coffee. >> really! the coffee house? >> yes, it's a coffee house. >> hmm. >> i told you i'd tell you all about it when we go shopping tomorrow, right? >> right, right. hippies, you said you'd buy me something. >> oh! >> is that how your real relationship is?
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>> who's smarter than whom? >> i'm an angel. >> first of all, i want to say we love the show, secondly, i don't like how you're treating your sister. >> i don't, either. >> it doesn't happen in real life. >> it doesn't happen because i get it all out. >> do you hear from your fans that are upset about it? >> are your fans mad? >> yeah. there's a lot of -- maddy's rude. >> maddy doesn't like daphne. i don't know what daphne did but she doesn't like it. >> you're trying to spread your wing, right? >> they don't like each other. it's not a happy relationship. >> you guys are amazing together. have you been singing together since you were really, really little? >> yeah. >> we've never been like lennon and maisy, we' just -- >> our parents always just sang harmonies and we totally grew up in that. maybe we just kind of like -- i don't know. >> it's in your dna. >> yeah. >> when you look on youtube and see the clicks on your songs, do you guys just freak? are you, like, what is going on? >> it's like -- oh, it's not
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like even real. it's so weird. >> like it's happening to someone else? >> yeah, like watching it. >> is this when you were really little. >> yeah. that's us when we were little. >> she was 12 and i was eight. >> you were eight and she's how old? >> she's as old as i am now. >> okay, this "nashville" thing, has this show changed your lives you guys? >> it's definitely changed our live but i feel like we're still -- i feel the same. >> i don't feel different. >> but people treat you different. >> from the outside but i feel like -- >> in our family it's not -- it's -- >> it's sfwhaefr. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> well, we'd love to hear you sing! so we're going to ask you. >> we were playing that song, life that's good, we played that in the makeup room, but you'll play another one for us? >> yeah. >> what's this called? >> that's what's up. >> okay.
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♪ forever, hey, hey, love, we've been ♪ best friends forever darling, that's what's up ♪ forever and always, you've got my love ♪ darling, all the days, you've got my love, to lean on ♪ darling all the days, days, all the days yeah ♪ ♪ love is a shelter, love goes on forever, yeah ♪ love it is our all, love it is our honor ♪ love it is our all, love it goes on forever ♪ yeah, love it is our home >> whoo! [ applause ] >> that makes me miss my sisters
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so much. >> you guys, that was beautiful. >> thank you. that was awesome. >> thanks for coming to see us. >> thank you. >> come back, okay? >> my love to everybody on the cast. god bless. we're back with for a moment. >> but first, this is "today" on nbc. >> that's what she said. >> that was great!
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right now at 11: concerns about a 420 celebration in the heart of san francisco. right now at 11:00, concerns about a 4/20 celebration in the heart of san francisco as we look live from our nbc chopper. thousands of people expected to fill golden gate park. police and neighbors worried about the cleanup and children getting too close to that party. thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. this event has grown over the years and so has the police response. >> bob redell is live in golden gate park. the party has already started behind you. >> reporter: it has. it's known as 4/20. it's an annual celebration of


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