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with chap poe. how the meeting helped authorities track him down and put him behind bars this morning. who wants to be a billionaire? powerball soaring to incredible new heights. the first ever billion dollar jackpot. so much money. the signs can't keep up. one lucky person, will they become one of the richest people on the planet? and a knockout night at the golden globes. hollywood's biggest and brightest stars honored. >> and the golden globe goes to leonardo dicaprio. >> the big awards. >> jennifer lawrence, "joy." >> the unforgettable moments. >> i want to thank my imaginary friend, rocky balboa, for being the best friend i ever had. >> cookies for everyone tonight. >> please wrap? wait a minute. i've waited 20 years for this. you're going to wait. >> the host roasts and toasts the stars. we're live this morning one on one with the winners backstage.
>> good morning, america. we're laughing along with you. good morning, america. what a night at the golden globes. no shortage of big winners there. lara backstage. and with the hollywood royalty. there she is. she's going to have all the incredible moments for us coming up. >> we have a lot to get to. including the cold front moving east. look at the nfl game in minnesota. everyone bundled up yesterday. one of the coldest games ever. with the frigid air moving east, ginger is home keeping baby adrian warm. we have a special guest here to help us out this morning. >> come on out. >> sam champion, welcome back. >> george, good morning. amy, how are you guys? so, what's up? winter's sorry. it's a little late. but it's here for real now. >> my daughter harper was texting, imitating your laugh on the text. very excited. >> i know it's loud. i'm sorry.
>> feels good. >> sam will have more on the weather coming up. the breaking news. groundbreaking singer david bowie passing away overnight. just days after turning 69. and releasing his final album. so many celebrating his contribution to music. chris connelly starts us off. rebel rebel it's on your dress >> reporter: the man who sang "rebel rebel" was all that. figure in contemporary music for decades. all right >> reporter: such hits as "young american" and his first hit, "changes." changes don't want to have to be a richer man >> reporter: bowie employed talent, breathtaking charisma. and multiple personas. born david jones, he would
ground control to major tom >> reporter: he freed rock 'n' roll. from stereotypes of gender and identity unlocking the minds of millions. fashion turn left >> reporter: his sound and unique styles. massively influential on generations of musicians. from mick jagger to duran duran. to madonna and beyond. put on your red shoes and dance the blues >> by the '80s he was top material thanks to "china girl." and "let's dance." my little china girl >> reporter: always suave, and it seemed, one step ahead. joining with queen on "under pressure." pressure pushing down on me >> reporter: his unearthly image made him an ideal leading man. for such movies as "the hunger" and "the man who fell to earth." david bowie died of cancer late sunday night at the age of 69.
daughter. and so many for whom he was an artistic true north. a true hero of rock 'n' roll. we could be heroes >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. we could be heroes >> and he touched so many people. overwhelming. sherri shepherd wrote, what a you fought hard. rest now. prayers for your dear wife. and josh groban tweeted this. he never seemed to -- of this earth. now he's left it. he bent rules, gender, genres, and our minds. one of a kind. >> boy, is that so true. what a renaissance man, as well. >> like chris said, he was always a step ahead. >> fearless. and we all got to bask in his brilliance. hearing those songs just takes you back to all those moments in your life. he was such a --
decade. so many people are celebrating his life. we want to switch gears to a different kind of celebration. last night in hollywood, the golden globes. honoring the best in television and movies. ricky gervais back hosting and lara was there for all of it. >> reporter: good morning to all of you guys. it was a tricky year to predict the winners. that, of course, had the audience on the edge of their seats. ricky gervais did a good job of that himself. he returned for his fourth year as host, aiming straight at hollywood's jugular. >> i want to do this monologue. and then go into hiding. okay. not even sean penn will find me. >> reporter: no one or no topic was offlimits. >> the only person who ben affleck hasn't been unfaithful to. please welcome, matt damon. >> reporter: a few of his jokes making this "seen it all" audience uncomfortable.
about mel before he comes out. um, so -- oh, yeah. okay. here i go. i would rather have a drink with him in his hotel room tonight than with bill cosby. >> reporter: and all eyes were on jennifer lawrence. the 25-year-old earning her third golden globe for "joy," her third under the direction of david o. russell. >> i want us to be buried next to each other. >> reporter: she may have beaten out amy schumer for the award. the two were this year's golden girls. >> as women in hollywood people have a lot of preconceived notions about us. >> they're like, oh, jen and amy, they're so pretty and like, everyone likes them. and -- wants to hang out with and like, oh, they should be models. like -- i get an inner laughter. i know i'm about to start laughing so hard. it's like inner helium.
but without the burning. >> and the golden globe goes to -- sylvester stallone. >> reporter: and sentimental favorite sylvester stallone won for "creed." >> i want to thank my imaginary friend, rocky balboa, for being the best friend i ever had. >> reporter: playing the same character he was nominated for almost 40 years ago. >> what i used to do for a living but not very well. it happened. this is an extraordinary moment. >> reporter: and leo did not disappoint, taking home top honors for "the revenant." and matt damon moon-walked his way to a "martian" win. jon hamm stole the show. and taraji p. henson won. best actress for a tv drama in "empire." >> cookies for everyone tonight. >> reporter: who all got the cookies? >> lady gaga, angela bassett. leonardo dicaprio, you took the cookie. that is a contract.
we'll be working on. >> reporter: you heard it here first. cookie lyons is calling. when cookie calls you pick up. we haven't gotten to the bleep of it all. we're talking about that coming up. the fashion, the fashion, the fashion coming up. coming up later on "gma." >> you look beautiful. >> she sure does. >> thank you, thank you. >> a lot more coming up. >> i was so happy for sylvester stallone. he was here recently. he took pictures with everyone. remember that amy? with the crew and everyone. so much a gentleman. now to the top-secret meeting between sean penn and the world's most notorious drug lord. interviewing el chapo while he was in hiding. mexican officials say their communication helped recapture him. matt gutman has the latest. >> reporter: it was a hollywood handshake staged to prove that sean penn met narco king el chapo guzman.
actress kate del castillo to a mountain hideout, hoping the starlet would make a biopic about his life. the druglord rewarding them with this. his first-ever interview dedicating it to -- [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: in a "rolling stone" article published saturday, penn writes that the secret, seven-hour sitdown in october started with a shot of tequila and a compadre hug. from the man in the silk shirt. noting he looked remarkably well groomed for man on the run since his prison escape last july. el chapo agreeing to tell his story to penn via video and messages in the following months. penn writing that the cartel leader acknowledged moving more drugs than anyone in the world.
unrepetant. >> my dressing room is too small. >> reporter: del castillo setting it up through secret messages. el chapo agreeing to fly penn on a radar-blocking plane. barring any phones brought in. still, the mexican government may have intercepted the messages saying after his capture friday, his communications with actors and producers helped authorities ultimately track him to this safe house in his home state. as the mexican marines closed in, he nearly got away again. darting into the drainage system. we found the spot he popped out of and something else. looks like an m-4 rifle with a grenade launcher. this is what he's known for. skirting the law by going through the tunnel, ditches, drainage sewers, anything he can. but he was caught and posed in this hotel room. his soiled undershirt a stark contrast to the fine silk and pressed denim he wore to meet
mexico has already begun the process of extraditing him to the u.s. we spoke to his attorney who says he's trying to gum up the works filing six motions to block the extradition and saying his client's human rights are being violated because he's being kept in solitary confinement. robin. >> is sean penn in legal trouble? >> based on what we know now, probably not. to convict him of something like harboring a fugitive, you would need evidence that he helped him. aided him. gave him money. sheltered him. not just to say he met with him. now, they may want to call him as a witness. may want to ask him questions. if el chapo had not been captured yet, there would be a lot more pressure on sean penn and "rolling stone" to answer questions. >> penn admitted he went to great lengths to conceal the interview. dumping his cell phone. people are baffled going, he did nothing, absolutely nothing wrong? >> i think he did something
stone" did. journalistically which is to say el chapo could vet the story before they published it. i think that is an outrage. as a legal matter, you can't convict someone for just hiding your effort to meet with someone. journalists have interviewed osama bin laden before. and other examples like that. journalistically, a problem. legally, probably not. >> thank you, dan. >> thank you. the race for president now. heating up with the first votes in sight. three weeks from today. the iowa caucuses. hillary clinton and bernie sanders neck and neck there. so are donald trump and ted cruz. jon karl tracking the latest. the clinton/sanders race has been gentle but not anymore. >> reporter: it's a real battle now. bernie sanders is within striking distance of hillary clinton in both iowa and new hampshire. just look at these new polls from "the wall street journal" and nbc. clinton, 48%, sanders 45%. in iowa within the margin of error.
top. 50% to 46%. for clinton. sanders does better against the republicans than clinton. in new hampshire, hillary clinton is statistically tied with trump. trails rubio and cruz. sanders leads republicans. all of them, trump, cruz, rubio. >> the answer to the ad hillary clinton put out saying she's more electable than bernie sanders. jon karl, thanks very much. now to the deep freeze moving east this morning. temperatures plunging after dozens of record highs were broken in the east. in some areas, it's 30 degrees colder this morning. sam, that's why we put you outside. >> i'm outside. 30 degrees colder right now than yesterday. winter light that we've had on the east coast and the eastern half of the nation, done. take a look at how this cold air shot through ohio. this is marysville. 40-mile-per-hour winds. this little light hit of snow. if you didn't get the snow, you
good morning, new orleans. 30 degrees is your wind chill this morning. atlanta, how you doing? feeling like 15 degrees. this isn't the coldest of the week. we have three shots of these. the next one. a noon wind chill in minneapolis. 25 below. chicagoland, how you doing at 0? get ready for this. it's freezing air all the way down into the deep south. that is the way this goes. we have another shot coming for the weekend. there could be an east coast snowmaker, as well. a lot to talk about. george. >> welcome back, sam. we turn to powerball. jackpot soaring to $1.3 billion. no winner on saturday. the biggest prize ever by miles. and look at this. the signs are actually stuck at $999 million. who knows how high it will go? the sign is stuck. t.j. holmes has the story. >> powerball number. >> reporter: who wants to be a billionaire? >> i have the winning ticket right here. >> reporter: because for the first time ever, you can.
>> $1.3 billion jackpot never seen before. >> reporter: a single winner could land in one moment on the "forbes" billionaire's list. beating out jack dorsey and sheryl sandberg. winning a stash of megacash can be squandered with stunning speed. 70% of people who hit it big lose big within a few years. back in 2002, jack whitaker won nearly $315 million. by 2006 lost most of his winnings to thieves, drugs, and gambling. even digging himself into $1.5 million in debt. >> not all money is created equally. the money you earn is treated very differently than the money that you win. >> reporter: but this time, we're talking about a billion dollars. you need to spend more than $700,000 a day to go broke in five years. >> you want this to be not just sudden wealth. if you want to create lasting
mindset. >> reporter: all right. people are wondering, your odds do not increase every time it rolls over. the odds increase of there being a winner because there are more numbers out there with the possible combinations. your odds are still 1 in 292 million. >> so one person in america, basically? 1 in 292 million? >> yeah. >> okay. amy, you're starting with a different money story? >> that's right. wall street begins with discouraging news. overnight, stocks took another hit in china. dropping 5%. investors worry china's economy is slowing down and that is hurting oil prices. police in philadelphia received a tip that last week's attack on one of their officers may be just the beginning. edward archer reportedly pledged allegiance to isis when he fired into officer jesse hartnett's car. now police are investigating whether he's part of a larger group who may be targeting officers. there is rising anger in germany where refugees are being
more than 500 criminal complaints filed and protests against refugees have turned violent. with reports of people attacked in the street. in sports, vikings fans endured a temperature of 6 below zero. look at the frozen beard there. one of the coldest games ever with one of the most heartbreaking endings ever. blair walsh missed the 27-yard field goal. some fans calling it the worst day of their lives. some guys, like this one, couldn't move. just standing in shock. another fan fell straight out of his recliner. the dog walked over to make sure he was okay. that's what my husband looked like. we watched the kick live. the kicker saying he should have been able to kick a watermelon over that goal. sometimes, it's not meant to be. >> many people thought it was a winning field goal. that's why they were taping themselves. then the reaction that we saw. >> ouch. >> doh. ginger is taking care of
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good morning. i'm amanda sanchez. and i'm dave lawrence. it's 7:26. police believe a deadly shooting in carson city stemmed from a drug deal. the shooting happened just after midnight in the area of windridge and spooner drive. police say one man was taken to renown with a gunshot wound to the stomach. he was pronounced dead shortly after 2 a.m. this is the man suspected of robbing a 7-eleven in sun valley early friday morning. witness say he also had a gun. he was wearing a blue mask and brown coveralls... and he got away in a gray four-door sedan. if you have any information about this robbery call the washoe county sheriff's office or secret witness at 322-4900. and here's lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with
expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will remain
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can i ask you a question? >> go ahead. >> i think we all want the answer to this. >> mm-hmm. [ bleep ] [ laughter ] >> i don't know. ask the guy that said it. it wasn't me. >> nothing wrong with the tv sets. the censors in overdrive at the golden globes right there. ricky gervais. >> oh, oh, oh. >> what are they saying? >> we're going to find that out from lara in just a bit. >> ricky said trademark snark. that was very appropriate. we'll have lara, live in los
she'll have more on that coming up. we cannot wait for more from lara. also -- the world remembering david bowie. the rock star famous for his changes to music, fashion, and movies. passing away overnight after a battle with cancer. so many celebrating his legacy this morning. and the pittsburgh steelers advancing in the playoffs after what some were calling -- man, that was a dirty game. wow. with the cincinnati bengals and the packers moving on. knocking off washington last night. all four road teams moving on. you were for the underdogs. >> i was. didn't do me any good. the playoff championship. rob and jesse standing by in arizona, getting ready for a big day and night. we begin this first half hour with the murder mystery in italy. an american artist found dead in her apartment. the search is on for her killer. alex marquardt is in florence with the latest.
>> reporter: good morning. this is the apartment building where ashley olsen's body was found. people leaving flowers and messages of condolence. she was a fixture in the neighborhood. seen out and about with her dog. her death has left many stunned. this morning, an urgent search for the killer believed to have strangled 35-year-old american ashley olsen. olsen, who had done modelling, was found on saturday in the studio apartment on the couch in florence's historic center. bruises and scratches on her neck. >> i can't imagine a person who would hurt her. she's a gentle, kind, beautiful, friendly, lovely girl. it's an awful shock. >> reporter: a few days before her murder, olsen reportedly had a fight with her italian artist boyfriend. after not hearing from her, he told police he asked the landlord to let him in and discovered the body. he and several of olsen's friends have been questioned.
investigators seized olsen's phone and computer and are looking to see whether a security camera outside her apartment can offer clues. >> the key is the circumstances and events around her life at the time she died. >> reporter: the bubbly. florida native arrived in florence in 2012 to join her father to work in art and fashion. by phone, her grandmother told abc news, our lives have changed forever. we lost our precious granddaughter and daughter. she was our loving, smart and precious girl. olsen and her beloved beagle, scout, quickly became known in the neighborhood. >> we have a great community of people. everyone loved her. >> reporter: in recent instagram posts, she suggested she may have had unwanted attention. pictures like these, unclear if she was serious, adding the hashtag stalker. the mystery has people remembering another murder in italy. the case involving amanda knox. the autopsy has not yet been carried out. that will help authorities
killed. a police spokeswoman says the autopsy could take place as soon as this afternoon. >> so tragic. >> sure is. we move on to the arrest of the jewel thief behind a string of robberies in the south. 24-year-old abigail lee kemp facing a judge this morning. accused of stealing millions of dollars worth of jewels. steve osunsami has the story. >> reporter: she's accused of making off with more than $4 million worth of jewels from at least six stores across five states. this morning, police are sharing a name to go with that face, seen as clear as day on security cameras. >> i need you to respond to an armed robbery. >> reporter: police arrested 24-year-old abigail lee kemp on friday at this home in atlanta. >> hello. >> reporter: before the robberies, the only other video was on social media. she was a waitress, tried her handed a modeling. >> she was the life of the party. if abby was there, you were going to have a good time. >> reporter: fbi documents show
alleging during each robbery, the armed woman ordered the store employees to the back of the store, zip-tying their hands. police think that she head help, saying this man allegedly acted as a lookout. investigators say a cell phone registered to kemp pinged towers at the sites of the robberies. while the robberies were in process. the records show a maroon car seen in surveillance videos is registered to her family. the fbi says that callers who tipped them off said she was wearing jewelry some believed she couldn't afford. >> how is someone doing this in 2015? >> reporter: she makes a first appearance in federal court this morning. >> and our thanks to steve. the excitement building for tonight's college football national championship game. the top two teams in the land facing off. clemson and alabama. let's get a preview of the matchup from jesse palmer. he's on the scene there in
his closest friends. break it down for us. what are the keys? >> well, i'll tell you. this is an unbelievable matchup with respect to xs and os. alabama, all about defense. the best defensive line in the country. they run the football with derrick henry. i think you have to look out for jake coker. he's done a great job last couple of games not turning the football over. he'll have to continue that trend tonight. clemson, an explosive offense. tons of speed. they can score points so quickly. the defense, i think, very, very underrated. phenomenal athletes on that side of the football. they're led by deshaun watson. i think the best dual threat quarterback in the entire country. i can't wait. it's so good with respect to xs and os. >> do you think deshaun has something to prove because he finished third in the heisman voting? >> he'll be extremely motivated trying to prove he's the best player in the country.
win, deshaun watson has to be great. he has to make plays running and throwing the football. he's playing against the best defense he's seen all year. >> you haven't made your prediction yet. you're going to upset some people behind you. who do you have in the game? >> we did this, you and i did this last year. remember? ohio state and oregon? i got in trouble. who do i like in this game? on one side, you have clemson -- they're the undefeated team. number one in the country. on the other side, alabama, and they're looking for their fourth national championship in seven years. when it's all said and done. i struggled. who i do think's going to win? i'm going -- roll tide. >> oh! he's going to get it from the clemson people. all right, jesse. we're going to check back. he's a very brave man. very brave. >> i thought he was going to learn a lesson from last year.
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we're back with that epic wipeout. you see one of the world's best surfers swallowed up by a massive wave. this morning, garrett mcnamara is talking about it. abc's gio benitez has the exclusive. >> reporter: watch. a gnarly wipeout in half moon bay. >> oh. >> reporter: that surfer, one of the world's best. garrett mcnamara, living to talk about it this morning, only on "gma." >> definitely one of the craziest wipeouts i have ever had. >> reporter: watch closely. he falls off his surfboard and hits the water three times. breaking his arm. before being engulfed by that giant wave. >> i hit so hard.
>> reporter: he holds the world record for catching an epic 78-foot wave, the largest ever surfed. but it was this el nino 50 foot wave that took him down on thursday. >> oh, my god. r >> oh, my god. oh! >> reporter: just look. p>> reporter: just look. mcnamara is nowhere to be seen. and panic sets in. p and panic sets in. watch as rescuers on jetskis race to find him. race to find him. some are now calling this wipeout one of the worst ever recorded. mcnamara is recovering from surgery. the world champ is already thinking about hitting the waves again. >> my life. my passion. it's what i love to do. and, um, i'll never stop surfing. >> reporter: for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> oh. that video. >> like a stone skipping across the water. glad he'll be okay. we'll be back with lara in
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sam gets a gold star. he was the first one here on set. never happened. >> like always, angie. >> first day of school. on your best behavior. >> or ever. >> tomorrow, he'll be running in. >> yeah, yeah, just like old times. lara is loving this. she's back with hollywood's big night. what we didn't hear. what we didn't hear last night. you have that? >> yes, the first robin, can i say, sam, it is so bleeping good to see you. >> i love you, lara. you look amazing, by the way. gorgeous. >> thank you. you know, two hours of sleep, no problem. i used the bleep for a reason. many people asking, was it the free-flying cocktails, the relaxed atmosphere. because, boy, those bleepers were working overtime this year at what might have been the most
it all started when jonah hill, dressed as the bear from "the revenant" went on a tirade. >> keep it together. thank you. >> reporter: the globes on a seven-second tape delay went into complete silence. >> no, no, honey's just -- [ crickets chirping ] >> thank you all for your time. you gave it to the lead actor and the supporting actor sits in the back. >> reporter: turned into curse or be cursed. >> hello, i'm j. law. >> reporter: whether it was amy schumer trying to come up with a nickname. for her and j. law. >> what do people usually call you? >> usually, they just call -- [ crickets chirping ] >> or host ricky gervais. >> this show is way too long. this could be half an hour. [ laughter ] >> reporter: just being ricky. >> can i ask you a question? >> go ahead.
to this. [ crickets chirping ] [ laughter ] >> reporter: the globes plunging into silence a full nine times. viewers frantically trying to press the unmute button stormed twitter in exasperation. how much do i have to pay for the uncensored channel? whoever has to censor the golden globes is icing their hands big-time. if you're wondering what the crickets were. go online. it's all over. maybe it had something to do with this. more than 7500 glasses of champagne were poured last night guys. >> wow. that'll do it. >> liquid courage. we'll get back to you in a little bit. you'll talk fashion for us. >> fashion, yep. >> you leading the way, lara spencer. >> lara will take us backstage when she comes back.
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right after this. good morning. i'm amanda sanchez. i'm dave lawrence. it's 7:56. in an effort to relieve overcrowding in washoe county schools, the "overcrowding and repair needs committee" is drafting a ballot question so voters can voice their opinions on school funding in november. the measure aims to raise at least 600-million dollars over a 9-year period. the committee says, pulling from multiple resources tends to anger more special interests, giving the ballot measure, less chance of survivial. and when it comes to nevada's education... a new report has ranked our state dead last. "education week" shows
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stren until we feel all right good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. "gma" is at the golden globes. oh, what a night for red carpet fashion. bold in gold. taraji sizzling in white. jennifer lawrence dazzling in red. with your favorite stars. >> do you want to borrow something? do you mind? >> to a joyous jennifer. that you can see only right here on "gma." facebook's mark zuckerberg posting this picture with baby max. what he's said about vaccines. that's caused an outpouring of
dr. ashton here live with what you need to know. i'm on top of the world, hey and get ready for reboot camp this week. we're recharging your mind, body, and soul. starting with decluttering your closet, your wallet, and your mind. live longer, healthier, and better starting this morning. bang bang into the room and the backstage access you can only get here. lara behind the scenes at the golden globes. as we say -- >> good morning, america! mwah. ground control to major tom oh, thank you for starting the work week with us. david bowie. there he is. space oddity. just one of his many, many hits. the star changing the world of music. fashion. and more. you keep hearing these songs, you're like, oh, that's right. oh, that's right. again and again and again.
over the world. he passed away last night after a battle with cancer. we'll have more on him ahead. and the latest on the reaction. >> that's ahead. we have our team all over the place this morning. rob and jesse in arizona. lara's out in l.a., fresh off her night at the golden globes. what's going on there, lara? >> when it comes to fashion, it was a major touchdown last night. but i want to ask the boys in arizona, are you ready for a touchdown there? go long, boys. did they catch it? was it close? >> get me some chips. >> robin, you ready? >> yeah, bring it on, rob. oh. >> yeah. >> just glad it wasn't jesse. jesse would have brought the heat. not that you didn't, rob. not that you didn't. jesse, because he played in the nfl. we're going to have all more. >> that is coming up.
lamar odom. he's out of the hospital. we'll have the latest. there he is. he's looking good there. that was before. we're glad he's out now. >> sam, are you watching amy? going over there to the -- >> yeah. make the run. are you going to throw the football to amy now? >> you ready? >> i gotta catch my breath. all right. good morning, everyone. the big story this morning. we were just talking about it. the loss of one of the world's most influential music legends. david bowie has died at the age of 69. i will be king and you you will be queen >> bowie died after an 18-month battle with cancer. his flflboyant image has been a driving force in pop culture for nearly 50 years now. pioneering glam rock, earning
selling 140 million records. he turned 69 last friday. the day he released his 28th album. bowie leaves behind his wife and two children. authorities in mexico have begun the process to extradite the drug king known as el chapo to the united states. his secret meeting with actor sean penn helped lead to his recapture. el chapo had flown penn and actress kate del castillo to his hideout. in the jungle hoping they would make a movie about his life. he's being held at the same prison he broke out of in july. this time, the floor of his cell made of three layers of metal coated with concrete. to prevent him from escaping again. with the iowa caucuses three weeks away, hillary clinton's lead appears to be shrinking. a new poll finds clinton and bernie sanders in a dead heat in iowa. same is true in new hampshire. that poll finds sanders would fare better in the general election than clinton.
an awesome sight. an ex-closing -- explosion. superheated rocks dropped into the lava lake inside the crater. kilauea has erupted continuously since 1983. finally, the most famous party house in the world is going on the market for a hef-ty price. the "playboy" mansion is up for sale. it sits on five beautifully manicured acres that are licensed for a zoo. i'm going to leave that alone. the interior features a grand staircase, a study. "playboy" hopes to get more than $200 million for the home. there's a catch. the deal includes 89-year-old hugh hefner himself. he gets to live there until he dies. guys? >> what? >> what could be awkward about >> what is that place without hef? >> but really.
you know what i mean? it's a pool house. >> $200 million? whoa. >> all right, amy. thank you very much. now to a photo making a lot of headlines. getting millions of likes. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg posting this picture of his beautiful daughter, max, saying it's time for vaccines. and making it clear that the billionaire and his pediatrician wife think childhood vaccinations are important. we're going to bring in dr. jennifer ashton the talk about this. >> good morning, robin. >> this was something to see. had quite an impact. what do you think it says? >> it gives new meaning to the saying, the shot heard round the world. clearly, they're following the american academy of pediatrics recommendations to vaccinate their baby on schedule. if you look here, you see the first round of shots, which usually occurs at the 2-month visit. as we said, we need to remember, dr. chan, this beautiful baby's mom is a doctor, she's a pediatrician.
she preaches. >> seems just like the baby was born. how do parents go about finding the best -- the schedule to keep? >> well, look, there is a set schedule. i think parents need to ask questions to their child's pediatrician. the pediatricians will answer. they'll counsel, explain, advise. they'll say what's recommended and when. so many parents worry, if they miss a dose do they have to start from scratch? the answer is no. i'll say probably the biggest tip i can give, that vaccination record is gold. bring it with you. get copies of it. every school and camp your child goes to, basically for life, will need that documentation. >> you know this is controversial. there are some parents who say no, they don't want to have their children vaccinated. mark and his wife have been on the forefront of making sure not just their child but around the world. >> yes. and look, they have the wealth, the fame, the platform the share their message.
philanthropists. interested in global public health. they've given $25 million to cdc to fight ebola. so again, for them, public health is personal. >> you'll be busy on twitter again. there will be a lot of questions about this. >> yes. >> thank you so much. now a rundown with amy. amy? >> hey, here's a look at what's coming up next on the "gma morning menu." we have the hottest golden globe looks and backstage secrets. lara is live in hollywood. and then "bachelor" crashers. what happens when kevin hart and ice cube crash ben's date. plus it is game day and we are counting down to the big college football championship all coming up right here live on "gma" right here in times square.
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and the color of the night was red hot. a-listers bringing their fashion a-game to the golden globes sunday night and skin was in. best actress winner jennifer lawrence sporting a red hot gown while brie larson glimmered in calvin klein gold. >> it was very liberating to choose this dress. and to come here today instead of being like, i'm the new kid. come in and saying, i'm here. let's have fun. >> reporter: kate hudson getting in on the action. with this three-piece michael kors number. it was all plunging necklines for jamie alexander, olivia wilde, and kirsten dunst. all donning the deep v. >> valentino and fred leighton. >> reporter: and stars were white hot with taraji p. henson. and ahis shah in lieu yi vuitton. >> i hope i can do a little bit of a boogie. >> reporter: no shortage of bold
bright orange. and winner rachel bloom in emerald green. >> i made this myself. it took me ten years. >> reporter: sequins, as predicted, shone brightly. >> yes, it is very sparkly. >> reporter: while viola davis sparkled in marchesa. >> it's very sparkly. >> it's high glamour. ultra feminine. >> reporter: the men mixed it up. >> i like the light. >> reporter: rob lowe wore gray. dwayne johnson, smoking red, kevin hart, a special shade of green. >> i'm going to make up. this is alligator green. >> reporter: and trains were trending. with jennifer lopez, jada pinkett smith, and laverne cox. >> i feel awesome. the train is high maintenance but other than that, i feel incredible. >> joining me now is joe zee, editor in chief of yahoo! style. and co-host of fab life. thank you, joe. >> thank you. >> high five.
dress. we'll let you do that. >> i love that we were of the same brain. >> we were mind melding. >> we were. i have to say first up. causing a lot of ruckus was brie larson. she won for "room." she looked so stunning. let's say she got the memo when we said golden globes. she was shimmering. which was a big trend of the night. and, of course, i love the cutouts. let's look at the cutouts on that dress. cutouts has been a main stay of red carpet gowns. for awhile. she did it in a discreet way. i love the choker neckline. this was custom by calvin klein. >> i spent time with her. she said it was heavy. and she loved that because it felt like armor. it made her feel safe. >> then it did hombre to the bottom. the train was delicate tulle. >> i was having dress envy. another favorite was -- >> j. law. >> j. law. >> how can you not mention j. law? she also won.
move for her. cutouts on the red carpet. a lot of people think you can't wear red on the carpet. she did it brilliantly. i love the simple dior column gown. but, of course, the chopard collar. i think a lot of people thought that was part of the dress. >> i did. i was looking close. it wasn't. mine is. and it ain't chopard. >> and then, of course, our final pick together was miss jennifer lopez. >> i was blown away. she shocks, stuns, and excites every time. >> i agree. i think everybody is always -- and i saw her on the carpet. everyone is so excited to say, what is jennifer lopez going to wear? for her to come out with an old hollywood gown. she has a big vegas show coming out. her brand-new television show. i love the cape-let idea. this was a custom dress. and she did the double necklaces. winston. >> everything so right. she does a smoky eye usually. she did the opposite.
strong lip. and just worked it. >> i agree. everything was old hollywood in the most delicate way. i loved that about her. the dress was a complicated dress. she wore it with ease. i love that. >> thank you so much for sharing our top threes. we do have more. don't go anywhere. coming up, very fun backstage moments. the stars, well, they let it all hang out. you'll get a peek coming up, george. >> thank you, lara. created debate here. >> yeah. >> there's nothing yellow. >> 'tis the season. >> one season. we're going to move on now to a milestone for lamar odom. he's out of the hospital three months after nearly dying of a drug overdose. juju chang has the latest on his recovery. >> reporter: over the weekend, lamar odom spotted for the first time outside the hospital. the new photos showing the basketball champion out and about. a miraculous turn after his near fatal drug overdose last
the sighting comes just days after odom checked out of cedars-sinai medical center. into a private rehab facility. >> he's staying at a house converted into a rehab facility. it has nurses, medical equipment. a doctor is coming and going. >> reporter: a promising sign nearly three months after he was found unconscious, clinging to life, after a drug-fueled binge at a nevada brothel. >> they can't get him to wake up. >> reporter: but the former nba star making incredible progress, after his estranged wife, khloe kardashian revealed doctors told her they were unsure if he would pull through. they told me he had four hours. >> when he was first admitted, he could do barely anything. now he can walk without a walker. he can talk. he can say sentences. >> reporter: his son posting this photo of his father over the holidays. his aunt telling abc news of his miraculous recovery. that he continues to make remarkable strides.
and "bachelor" fans, if you thought last week was crazy, wait until you see what's in store for tonight "bachelor" ben getting some help from kevin hart and ice cube. nick watt has the exclusive sneak peek. >> reporter: tonight, "bachelor" ben is about to be upstaged? we are behind the scenes as kevin hart and ice cube storm in, allegedly to help ben and promote "ride along 2." >> what's wong with you? >> my nerves is bad, man. >> reporter: i don't know why you've made two movies with this guy. >> you know, universal pays me a lot of money. >> reporter: they must. they must, to put up with that? >> i would have a case. >> we're friends. we're very close. very close. one of my closest friends. in life. >> i haven't called him since we finished the movie. >> you know, and i wanted to ask you about that. >> whoo, it feels good in here.
on a date with ben and -- >> kevin hart and ice cube. are you kidding me? what a way to end a perfect cheap date than at a hot tub. it feels nice to relax and be us. >> it's stressful. like we haven't been alone all day. >> seriously. >> very stupid for him to allow us to join them. >> let's leave this couple to themselves. it's time to go. >> "the bachelor" has been able to attract bigger and bigger stars. more people are sort of coming out of the closet as fans. >> this is your chance to do something special. >> reporter: and, of course, tieing in with "ride along 2," they're also in the backseat. >> you're not going to tip my friend? >> don't get into an argument. >> can you imagine? >> kevin hart is so funny. >> and ice cube in the bathtub, the hot tub, right? cool things down a little. "the bachelor" is tonight. at 8:00 p.m., 7:00 central. right here on abc. what will happen?
you never know. how about if we wake up the west coast a little bit. we've talked about all this cold air on the eastern half of the nation. l.a., are you tired of the rain? now the rain moves to the north. everyone is talking about el nino. the pattern bringing the wet weather to the coast. now, shifted north of l.a. portland, you're in the mix. northern california. all the way to seattle. quick look around the nation. we can tell you. eastern half of the u.s., it's cold. colder wednesday. another round of cold air for the weekend. could be an east coast snowmaker. dallas, you're in.
colder temperatures as well. >> you can't help but sing that music. the nicest music. >> you are sitting in lara's seat for "pop news." do you want to do the honors? tell us who is doing "pop news." >> sam is so nice. filling in for ginger. sam, you know -- i know you said you would help me out and do "pop news" this morning. i have one request. >> what? >> one request. >> what? >> please tell me, your first story has something to do with gravy wrestling. >> exactly. gravy wrestling. and warm furry underwear. i'm wearing it now. >> yes. >> all right. with that started. i don't know if i can do this. but let's get it started. from the beverly hills zip code to out of this world. let's talk about "star wars" fans.
in the force over this weekend. not only did "the force awakens" dethrone "avatar" as the biggest domestic movie in history. the intergalactic block buster broke an international box office record. after its premier in china. imagine everybody in china getting in line, because they all did. it was the country's highest opening weekend ever in china. add them to the mix. that means at light speed racing, this is the worldwide gross record. "titanic," "avatar," still in the lead worldwide. but this is about to kick it. give them another week. >> so fast. >> i still haven't seen it. i'm the only one in the country who hasn't. >> oh. >> you gotta see it. >> give me a spoiler? give me one. >> no, there's a big one. you can't know it. >> with that, you told us about the real estate opportunity. because who doesn't want hugh hefner as a roommate for $200 million. imagine the stories. hugh, tell me another. they're going to be fantastic.
know. we got a lot of phone calls. how can i buy hugh's mansion? gary gold and mauricio umansky have it listed at $200 million. just $200 million. if you have $200 million for a house, i'm guessing you already know their names. 22 rooms. gothic tudor estate. complete with it own -- what do you give the person who has everything? a zoo license. and that house has one. >> we're going to leave that one alone. >> yes, yep. >> ginger was nice enough to give me a phone call and say hey, sam, you mind waking up at a ridiculous hour and fill in for me. while i'm taking care of the baby at home. i thought we would give her an ambush skype. careful ginger. careful ginger. hey. good morning. he's gorgeous. >> oh, thank you. he's making his faces for you this morning. >> aw. >> what time did he wake us up this morning?
hours overnight. so it's just like sleeping for "gma." it's the exact same thing. >> so ginger, you're so incredibly organized. i was going to say freaking organized. i can't believe it. i walked into the room, your dressing room. everything is so organized. i'm just going to tell you, i'm going to mess everything up for the week. that's what i'm going to do. >> lisa and juanita must have cleaned up. we're not always that clean. just showing off. is everything going well? >> everything's going okay. i think i have only messed up a few things. people seem to be forgiving. it's all right. >> you've taught him well, ging. you've taught him very well. who is on diaper duty most? >> ben still does a lot. we have help. we're all doing it. we're all pitching in. it's a team effort. there are a lot of diapers. >> is he always this good? he's so quiet. >> i know. >> he just ate. so he's wasted.
>> thank you, ginger. thank you, ginger.i'm amanda sanchez. i'm dave lawrence. it's 8:27. g-o-p candidate donald trump made a stop here in reno yesterday. more than 2-thousand people gathered for the rally at the reno ballroom. trump talked immigration and his plan to build a wall to keep illegal immigrants out of the united states. he also pressed locals to go out and vote. trump's not the only g- o-p candidate rallying in reno. ohio governor john
headquarters an r-s-v-p is strongly encouraged. when these presidential town, local law enforecement is asked to step in and provided spending money out of officials with the reno police deparment say funding is provided by the department of homeland security. they created a fund because they recognized many law enforecement departments could break their budget during campaign years. joining me now is lindsey matherly with a look at the forecast. quiet weather will be in store through tuesday with the next snowfall potential expected by wednesday as a low pressure system approaches the region. for today and tuesday, high pressure will build across the west with overall dry conditions, light winds, and temperatures near season averages. high temperatures will remain in the low to mid 40s for much of western nevada with upper 30s to lower 40s across the sierra. along with the high pressure, valley inversion will also
snowfall with trav go, go go big or go home welcome back to the "gma," everyone. fired up for the college football playoff championship tonight. so are rob and jesse. let's look at them go. alabama and clemson getting ready for the big face-off. it's in arizona tonight. and we can hear this school spirit right here. we're going to have a lot more on that. just a little bit. >> come on.
we got spirit, how about you? i love how they look like what? what? >> huh? >> we do now. >> now back to lara in l.a. all the backstage moments. everyone from jennifer lawrence, sly stallone. they all stopped by. >> thank you so much, george. you know the saying when in rome, well, at the globes, it's like you kind of just have to drink. it's part of the deal. and, this morning on "good morning america," we have covered gervais. the bleeps. we have covered the fashion. now we want to take you behind the scenes to our own corner of fun. cutting limes for all my guests. have a little party back here. this is the place to be. trust me. cheers. i don't have cookies. i have champagne. >> quick. and then we're in good shape. >> all good? >> camera ready. i was very, very, very
i barely remembered the name of the band that i tried -- the joke i tried to end on that did not get a laugh. thank you for not taking my suggestion and ending the entire series on chumbawamba. they're not laughing. neither is rocky. neither is lady gaga. neither is jennifer lawrence. >> but look what you have. >> how. good for you. you can hang out with me and amy. >> jump in there. these are "good morning america" viewers. the three names are maggie smith, melissa mccarthy. eddie redmayne. >> i think i'm marrying melissa mccarthy. i'm kissing maggie smith. >> ryan gosling almost broke his neck to say hi to me. actually, he didn't. ryan, i have a cookie for you. >> cheers to your win.
>> wow. >> ew. i should have done that before i went up there. >> you did great. >> i want to say, um -- oh, wow. i didn't have a better speech. i was shocked. >> i said to my hometown of kentucky. that's how shocked i was. i thought -- kentucky was a city. >> i want you to understand that every person back here has said, i wish i -- i wish i hadn't. >> i would rather forget someone's name than to forget that it's a state i was born in. not a city. thank you to my hometown, kentucky. screw the people who forgot names. i got real problems. my hometown was like, yeah, ew. >> i'm just the girl from d.c., the hometown, from the hood. i'm all over the globe. >> it girl. girl of the moment. >> there's something funny about being, like, you're it right
it feels like tag. do i give it to someone? does someone give it back to me? >> tell me about the moment having your wife and daughters here? >> it's the ultimate. because you -- you know, you have bygone glories in the '80s and '70s. last time i was here, it was 1977. i was hit by a tumbleweed. the kids go, well. you're dad. they don't really know. and -- this sort of brought them the kind of pride and understanding. and then you realize, girls this is what i used to do for a living. >> cheers. >> i like that technique. that's disgusting. good morning, america. yeah. >> so some of my favorite moments, guys. sylvester stallone. so grateful. and massive girl crush on j. law. and i guess because i did that shot of tequila, i've officially been invited to hang out with
>> whoa. so i guess that qualifies as the best moment? >> well, yeah, there's one other. i don't know if you caught it. the jon hamm situation. he is -- slightly attractive. i didn't really notice. he felt the need to take my makeup bag and give me a quick touchup. as you can see, i didn't say no. >> you didn't need blush after that. >> no blush. >> you were, as always, you have so much fun. you make us feel like we're right there with you. thank you. >> thank you. see you tomorrow. >> hurry back. travel safe. all of you at home can see more highlights on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo!. coming up, time for more football. rob and jesse are getting the full fan experience out there in arizona. as clemson and alabama gear up for the big game. big time. they're both there now.
>> hey, good morning, robin. it's party here in the valley of the sun. here in glendale, it will be all business tonight. what is next to you is what they're playing for. the national championship trophy, presented by dr pepper. you know what it's like as player to prepare for this? >> do. >> being a fan out here. it's a blast. football fever invading glendale, arizona. >> the 10, the 5, golden, into the end stone, touchdown! >> reporter: the top-ranked clemson tigers. >> and a touchdown! >> reporter: going head to head with number two, alabama's crimson tide. >> reporter: the band perry kick off a weekend of free festivities. >> my prediction is alabama wins i think by a sizeable margin. >> reporter: but first, i need a ride to join the fun. jeff, take me for a spin?
>> reporter: i kind of like the way the roll tide rolls. i do my best to blend in. it's important to be impartial. i better put this on. can i have an alabama burger and a clemson burger please. i have to give the burger to clemson. even learning the team's fight song. yammer yellow hammer. >> the winning side. i have no problem. >> this is going to be low tide tomorrow night. >> i'm going to have to split this group up. no violence here tonight. it's a violence-free fan zone. >> fight tigers, fight tigers. fight, fight, fight! >> roll tide, roll tide! >> you got in more of these left? >> i wish i did, man. >> oh. two. jesse would have done a lot better. the anticipation boiling over even before kickoff. that worked out well. hopefully, you can recycle that. i'm just kidding. i couldn't get rid of this.
>> fence-sitting. you were out there with the fans. two of the greatest fan bases in college football. who do you think will win? >> a lot of orange out there last night. alabama was there, too, as well. they walked around like a dynasty. like my yankees a decade ago. ripe for maybe an upset. maybe the tide turns tonight? i think clemson is going win this clemson, baby! go tigers! they know how to do it. robin, back to you. >> okay, that evens things out. you're having a great time. thank you. you can watch the national championship between alabama and clemson tonight, 8:30 p.m. right here -- oh, right here on espn. we're dropping it like it's hot, robin. we got spirit, yes, we do. where are you from? >> fresno, california.
outside your door. 40 mile an hour winds right off the lake. we have a clipper. lit drop snow. watch this thing. look at the totals. chicagoland, you're in for this. not quite to the coast into the northeast. a big look at the national map. >> and all that weather was brought to you by ford. robin? george? amy? >> all right, sam, thank you. coming up, robin's reboot catch. team of experts is helping you declutter everything from your house to your life.
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>> the mindset shift must happen where you realize this clutter is connected to the internal clutter. can i demonstrate? step on the scale. >> what? what? whoa. okay, i'll step on the scale. >> you're standing there -- you're standing in front of your closet. these are clothes you're not wearing. but, you feel guilty because you spent a lot of money on it. okay. and it's weighing you down. >> literally. >> then the other clothes you got from a loved one. okay. but you feel guilty -- >> but it came from a loved one. it was a gift. >> i know. i know. but you don't love it. it's not you. but you're holding on to it but you feel guilty letting it go, so it's weighing you down. so you're wearing this guilt. you're carrying this guilt. the closet still contains all these clothes. what i'm saying is just, let it go. >> it's a gift. it's a gift to give it away. >> give it to someone who will
>> what about the office? >> messy desk. i want you in one fell swoop sweep it away. >> this is going to feel good. >> yeah! how do you feel? >> it feels good. >> it's a clear surface. it equals a clear mind. what is truly important? now you can move back in with the clarity of purpose. >> okay. but all this can, june, love you. this can be overwhelming for people. one tip you can give. >> just one. just focus on one area. declutter one desk. one item. make a donation. organize your folders. just one app. suddenly, a different path where you feel empowered. you're moving forward. >> look at this. don't you feel more open when you do that? thank you, june. we have that in order. nicole, you're helping with the finances.
saying about one thing. >> one thing because budgets and finance is scary. i'm going to make it easy with the three es. i have $100 here. the essentials get 70% of your overall budget. your housing, transportation. the stuff you need to live on every day. >> 70%. >> in our $100 analogy, we have $70 in there. and 15% for the end game. the future, robin. >> retirement. >> what you're saving for in the future. >> vacation maybe? >> yes. whatever you're saving for in the future/ finally, 15% into the extras. >> mm. >> whatever is fun for you. i'm not going to tell you how to have fun. make sure you include that in your overall budget. >> and the lattes, too. a lot of experts are saying, cut out anything extra.
>> i think i'm the only one that advocates for the morning latte and the crew here, you're welcome. >> why is that? >> because you allow yourself small indulgences so you stay on track and don't binge later on. if you cut out cold turkey, you feel starved. you splurge on something else later on. a financial diet is like a food diet. if you allow yourself a little bit, it's okay. a little is a latte. >> dr. debbie. you're going to help us psychologically. people are saying, i can't. i can't get my finances in order. what do you say? >> a lot of times negative thoughts come into our mind. we can't help that they show up. but we can help what we do with them. a technique called thought-stopping. stop the negative, shift to a positive.
i have this technique of blowing up balloons. putting all your negative thoughts here. when a negative thought comes in, say stop and pop. you'll go into a positive feeling. stop, say it out loud. >> it will never get better. stop. do do it again. >> i can't do it, stop. >> you go into a positive feeling. >> you have a 1, 3, 5 rule? >> yes. the first thing is, the first thing to think about is, how did you pay it forward to someone else that day? how did you enhance their life? the last ten minutes of the day is so important. you want to wake up the next morning with it clear instead of bogged down from the night before. one, how did you pay it forward? you'll feel positive. >> number three. >> three. the one three five. number three is three things you
enhanced your own life. and you'll feel positive. the five is -- >> meditation. come over here. it is true. the meditating. five minutes. >> clear your mind. wake up decluttered. thank you very much. these steps like this, you have to get started to get ahead. declutter and your key is, get your financial house in order. >> and get your mind decluttered. >> change the way you think to change the way you feel. we'll be back with more. and you get a latte out of it, too. welcome oard my starship. ahoy, mateys! it's full of things i love... like me brave crew... and my felw space adventures and free of things i don't. like aliens. just like eye patches. and when it's time to refuel, i eat chex cereal.
now to part two of our reboot camp. helping you get healthy this morning. and here to -- it's a great book. he's the author of "happy gut." vincent -- say it for me again? >> pedre. >> nice to have you here doctor. why is it so important to know about this? >> the gut is the seat of all health. if you heal your gut, you can
let's look at this picture here. imagine your gut is an internal garden. and this rock wall here is the gut lining itself. you see how all the rocks fit nicely together. that's a healthy rock lining. on the other side is your microbiome. the good guys. the good bacteria. that keep the lining healthy. back here, imagine, this is the food that's getting digested and absorbed. you want to absorb the tiny nutrients. imagine you've been on antibiotics. pesticides. toxins in the environment and you get a leaky gut. the rock wall gets broken up. food particles and toxins can get through. maybe yeast, bacteria. this causes inflammation and makes you feel tired. you feel foggy. >> you just feel off. you have a 28-day program. i love the acronym.
what does "c" stand for? >> cleanse. so first, we're talking out the inflammatory foods. we all know sugar is inflammatory. wheat, dairy, corn, soy. instead, we want to eat food like dark, leafy greens. berries. avocado nuts, seeds. grass-fed beef. healthy oil. that will reduce the inflammation and make your gut healthy. >> what is the "a" for? >> activate. if you needed to walk with a cane, you hurt your knee. the cane is assisting your knee. so you can get better. the same way digestive enzymes help your gut get healthier. >> you always see 1 billion units.
probiotics. >> let's move to "r." restore. cultivating this with prebiotic foods. you could change a cultured food, a coconut water kefir. kimchi, cultured vegetables. >> and "e"? >> for enhance. healing the gut lining. aloe. dgl. these are nutrients. this is how you create a happy gut. >> 28 days and then reintroduce things. i found out that wheat, i didn't know, that that was an issue i had that i wasn't aware of. taking it out has made all the difference in the world. hey, doctor, thank you very much. "happy gut" is the name of the book.
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