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>> both done individually. everyone has a stor they're singing a duet today. they're just great. amazing singers. kelly clarkson had big news at her concert in los angeles last night. >> it's funnyas how sometimes b news comes out in weird ways. >> she didn't intend to give the news but she was very emotional and for very good reason. let's see. >> i put off announcing this.
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i'm pregnant. >> yeah. >> she started crying while she was singing her song "piece by piece" and she was saying she didn't know -- the crowd thought she was crazy so she decided she was going to announce it anyway. she also apologized to her husband because i get they hadn't told their families. >> oh. but, you know what, it's always great to get a head of the narrative and you control it. why is she crying? is she on drugs or something? maybe they're breaking up. >> everything is great. i haven't vomited yet. that's a win you-all. i love her. >> adorable. her daughter river rose just turned 1 in july so they'll be nice and close. she's just precious. happy for them. >> the first day of school started for some already which is weird. iiso guess it's starting for a of people.
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>> it never did until after labor day. you went tuesday after labor day was the first day of school. >>da for a 4-year-old kid he wa going to school, pre-k, first time, and it hadn't donned on him his mother wouldn't be going with him w in the class. outside of the school reporters show upsc for the first day of school stories. this woman from an interviewer from ktla went up to the little boy and had ato conversation. let's have a look. >> are you excited for pre-kindergarten? >> yes. >> why? >> i don't know. >> are you going to miss your mom? >> no. >> no? >> every kid is different. i would have thought cody would have t been, bye, mom. cody had a tough time. >> he did? >> cass was like, i'll see you in a week. kids are different. >> you could see his face when
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it was donning on him his mom wasn't going with him. are you going to miss your mom? whyy would i miss my -- mommy. >> andrew's mom gave him a hug off camera and he bravely walked into school for the first day. when you walk into your house -- >> when i walk into my own house? >> when i walk into your house there's an instant feeling you get when you walk in. your house feels airy and fresh, there's always flowers. there's a feeling that's warm and welcoming. >> thank you, hoda. >> says there are five things people look at when they walk in a house. >>n entryway. my kids are home right now. they used to make me crazy. cody would leave his shoes in ouroe entranceway. and then when he got older and he left, i loved seeing his shoes in the entryway because he was home.r and even this morning i came
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down within bambino to get the coffee and three of cody's pairs were just sitting there. and i just thought -- and i leaned down and it was such a joy to organize my son's -- i know it sounds bizarre, but i did. at 5:00 in the morning, i was so happy he was home, but i did want them nice and orderly. you can't change a person. >> there is something about walking in ahe door. i made a mistake in my apartment because right when you walk in the door i have a bench pushed up against a wall -- >> i never knew that was a bench. honestly, hoda. tell them why. >> because there's so much stuff on it. when you walk in, books, the dog leash, there's stuff, there's bags, anyway.u so when you walk in the door, that's what you see. it's aa big pile. every now and then i think about decluttering it but it gets that way again. >> it's too much trouble. >> the next thing is a tidy bathroom. i agree. you have to have a neat bathroom. it can't be gross.
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>> lack of clutter. >> all over. >> fresh erflowers, yeah. and i win on all of these. well-stocked bar. >> congratulations. >> in other words, i'm a jerk. nobody wants to be around someone who wants everything just so. >> can i tell you, anytime someone walks in your house, you feel at home. do you it with the way you welcome people, you always take care of everyone, you have a glass of wineyo when you walk i. >> they barely get out of their cars and somebody is meeting them at the door with somethin. do you find this creepy or do you find this comforting? this is a picture of princess diana that has gone viral. >> somebody princess shopped princessri diana from another photo she was in -- >> with actually mother teresa. mother teresa is quite short so she was reaching isdown. there she is. >> they took that photo, took mothert teresa out and all the other people and photo shopped in kate middleton and the baby.
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i think it's a little strange. >> you know what, if they made her more etherial. it just looks so real. i think that would have been -- do you remember when -- who was it who sang -- why am i forgetting? her dad passed away and they sang a duet? >> natalie ♪ unforgettable >> i remember seeing that for the very first time -- >> she was the firstve one to d it. >> it felt a little strange because you're looking at what looks likeng a life like and shs singing with him. >> and now everybody does it. i don't remember it being controversial. i remember it being unbelievable, that kind of technology existed, but you se howt they're shooting him. he's not like he's standing there on stage with her. it's all etherial. ♪
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>> it must be hard to do that if you're her. >> yeah. it had been a long time since her father had passed, yeah, yeah. all right. >> are there certain things -- during the course ofta the day u hear sounds. are there certain sounds that drive youce crazy? they get under your skin, once you hear them, your senses go up? for some people it's chewing. for some people it's sniffing. for some people it's typing on a keyboard. how about pen clicking. there's a name for it. >> mesophonia. >> is that real? you know what this is going to be? >> it sounds like something you'd get atu a chinese restaurant. i'll have mine with mesophonia, please. >> this is going to be one of thoseof weird things they find t wasn't true. mesophone. >> also known as selective sound syndrome, which is a lot of alliteration. >> are there sounds that bug
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you. >> i don't like the >> that gets on your nerves? >> yes. >> i don't usually notice sounds but if someone alerts me to one, there's nothing else i could think iabout. can you believe how that guy is snoring? >> i was going to say snoring. frank's snoring drives me crazy. now i'd love to hear it. everything is relative. it really, really is. >> i have my hoda and it's going up.erk you we have to have a p little what-what. come on. it's thursday. >> no, i don't. >> look, you're going to like this one. >> don't tell me that. >> if it has what-what, not going to like it. >> , go-go. ♪ ♪ can i get a what-what ♪ ♪
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♪ hold my hand and i'll take you there ♪ >> okay, now we have to listen. ♪ somewhere >> i'm in heaven. you made me the happiest woman. >> you are welcome. >> oh, my gosh. i love you.oom >> come on. > if you haven't seen that video, you know who direct that had video? >> who? >> billy. i know he was the director of the crazy thing with the guacamole and the head -- "the exorcist" but he's a brilliant, brilliant director.
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he direct ed it, and that arrangement, that's off barbra's broadway arrangement, david foster. one of the greatest arrangementa ever, perfection, by the way, leonard bernstine and the song from "west side story." >> isn't that beautiful? >> oh, my gosh. you made me happy. >> what about that little what-what fakeout? >> i said oh, my gosh. just a reminder, you can listen to a lot of what-what on sirius xm 108 and find our precious hoda there. >> two ladies adding sizzle to the rest of their summer. >> wait until you see their >> wait until you see their ambush makeovers you made me happy. ♪ ♪ eat some more pasta. certainly.
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stars, louis licari. >> and the lovely "today" contributor who knows how to impress, ms. jill martin. >> a nice group of ladies. >> we found two ladies that were just excited about being made over that it made our job easy. >> do you know who is first up? >> lenise melton, she's an accountant working in the financial aid services. her best friend of 52 years, cheryl, made her wake up this morning at 5:30 in order to get to the plaza for an ambush makeover. she describes her style as missing. take a listen. >> carol, we couldn't miss the sign ambush needed with an arrow, so why do you want this so badly for your best friend? >> well, she has been my best friend for 52 years. we go way back together, have had much fun, good times together, and i want her to radiate with the beauty she
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deserves. >> that is really sweet, isn't it? >> are you ready to chop off that hair? >> yes, yes, yes. >> we are going to have a field day. >> cheryl, please keep your blindfold on for a second. here is lenise melton before. let's see the new you. oh, my gosh! >> oh, my goodness. >> wow. oh, my gosh. amazing. all right. are you ready to take off your blindfold, cheryl? take off your blindfold. you can do it. >> okay, it's time. it's the big time. spin right around. >> oh, my word. that's not even me. >> that is you, girl. you look beautiful. spin right around, look at camera 12 if you wouldn't mind. louis, tell us about it.
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>> this is absolutely you. all i did was wash away a few grays and add a few highlights which made so much difference and, of course, your hair was so incredibly long that arson was just chopping. cut it off. we have this great haircut that's still long, shaped around the face. >> so flattering. >> cheryl, what do you think? >> i think it's great. i love it. >> can you believe it? >> i can't. >> and the outfit. >> i know you love that because it's so comfortable. >> and you can take it anywhere, scrunch it, wrinkle it up. wash it and hang it up. >> a big round of applause, please. >> happy birthday from leroy, new york. she has worked in education for 47 years and is now a library clerk. she tells us she never wears
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makeup, for years she's been on the tod"today" show, she's been wanting to be on the "today" show and is here for her 60th birthday at the top of her bucket list. she is here with her family. let's listen to her story. >> you said to me, please get rid of her gray hair. >> yeah, it's my mom's 60th birthday. we're celebrating it with all of us here in new york. we want my mom to get a fresh start. and she's so little and cute and we want to get her all polished up and look great and everything for her 60th birthday. >> are you up for this? >> i'm up for it, i guess. >> i guess. >> it's happening. she's here with her husband and two daughters. let's take one last look at bonnie before and bring out the new bonnie. >> wow. wow. >> oh, my goodness. are you ready to take off your blinders? go ahead.
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turn right around. beautiful. >> eyelashes and everything. >> don, you'd better be careful. she is smoking. wow. louis? >> this is a neutral blond. could be a little bit ash. the real lesson here is if you wash away the gray, you will wash away years. i know some people like to keep the gray. keep it. if you want to look younger, the evidence right there. again, shaped it, bangs, gave it a lot of fullness with fine hair. brought it all together with the natural makeup. >> family, what do you think? >> oh, my gosh. >> we never knew what was under there. i've never seen her with makeup,
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lipstick or anything. >> never seen her with lipstick on. >> that dress is gorgeous. >> charming. >> i love navy, first of all. >> perfect. >> and built-in hardware is very in for fall and the exposed zipper in the back. >> let's bring lenise out. come on out. a round of applause for both of our ladies. nice job. >> a smile on your face the rest of the day. one of the cutest baby videos you've ever seen. >> and one family's breakfast on the go after this. >> stay with us. we live in a pick and choose world. choose, choose, choose. but at bedtime? ...why settle for this? enter sleep number... right now all beds are on sale. sleepiq technology tells you how well you slept and what adjustments you can make. you like the bed soft. he's more hardcore. so your sleep goes from good to great to wow! only at a sleep number store.
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it stays with us and will likely fuel some showers. so far, dry and sunny over boathouse row, but the clouds not far away. they're moving in from the west. they're starting to fizzle into delaware county, a few sprinkles there. it's this afternoon we'll see heavier downpours into tonight. 85 degrees and climbing in philadelphia. we'll top out in the upper 80s this afternoon. we have new video of a robbery at a cricket wireless store where a customer was shoved to the ground. this was taken august 3rd at the store on east erie avenue. you can see one robber pulled out a gun and grabbed the woman around the neck and pushed her down. that guy, another man took money out of the registers and three cell phones. supermarket chain aldi is opening four new locations across our area today. company officials say it's part of a larger plan to open 24 new stores in the area by the end of the year. here's a map to show the new four new locations.
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one in philadelphia along west gerard avenue. food line is having a job fair right now at the double tree in wilmington. they have 75 full and part-time positions. positions range from cashiers to grocery managers. job fair runs until 6:00 this evening. i'm tracy davidson. we'll have a full hour of news coming up in about 30 minutes with keith jones. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. it's a free download. now back to the "today" show. thanks for watching.
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we're back on this thirsty thursday. if you're always frantic trying to get everyone out of the house on time this may be for you. >> a breakfast you can make one time and eat all week courtesy of senior resident chef joel. >> you both say it, it's so powerful. >> it's like speaking french. >> we are going to make a genius recipe for back to school. mini fritatas. i have milk, eggs and cheese. as long as you have olive oil, you're golden. everything else is up to you. >> what's the green stuff? >> parsley. that's optional. >> what is a frittata? >> it's like eggs. >> it's a flat thing. >> it's a flat thing.
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>> it's like an open-faced omelet. we'll crack some eggs here, take some eggs. >> fine. >> you got it? >> i want that one. >> take it. >> crack on a flat surface so there's no shell in the bowl. perfect. and then just a little bit of milk. keep going, keep going. >> there's one right there. >> can you do it one handed is the question? >> no. i could try. >> nice. >> perfect. >> no. no. >> you got a whole egg in there. this is how easy this recipe is. we have milk, eggs, a little bit of parsley. she's washing her hand. >> i know. that's what she does. she's a neat freak. >> and then a pinch of salt. now anything you want to add to this. that's why it's called the kitchen sink. >> you're really drinking wine? i love it. while we're cooking for kids. you each have your own plate.
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this is perfect you have leftovers. start filling up the cups. >> spray? >> good point. so we don't want this to stick. one is the spray. that's a little healthier. you're going to do a cool trick. fill these up a quarter of the way. olive oil gives it more browning. if i lift this up, it trickles down and it perfectly fills -- >> wow. >> i like it. >> start filling a couple in. anything you want, smoked salmon, chicken. what are you making? >> you can do them all different? >> i'm free styling. >> ladle them over the top. they're individual. if you have kids who eat different things. >> okay, that's smart. >> cool. so follow me. i'm going to carefully take this -- hoda, will you grab the oven for me? >> this one? >> perfect. >> i'm going to put them in 375 for about 15 minutes. and they come out like this.
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they're going to puff up huge. don't worry. they're going to puff up huge but they'll sink back down and then you go in there and try one. like this. >> you don't have to have them -- you could put them in a wrap and have a breakfast burrito. >> they come out easily. >> or eat as is. what's genius, they freeze incredibly. >> really? >> you can make 12 of them and whatever leftovers, throw them in the freezer and in the morning heat them up. what do you think? >> very good. >> and they're super light. do you want to try one? >> i will try one on a special plate because mine is different than everyone else's. >> they're light and fluffy. >> oh, my gosh. that's delicious. you mo what, kids would love that, too. >> it doesn't have to be for kids. >> why do you have that down there, fruit? >> that's for the lunch box if you want to add more things to
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today we meet our newest everyone has a story winner. the family from kentucky wrote to tell us about her miraculous son, silas, who has defied the odds and beaten all expectations. >> we'll meet silas and speak with his family in just a moment. >> my husband josh and i were married about a year when we found out i was pregnant. my pregnancy was going great until we went in for our 20-week ultrasound when they sound us our baby had a serious congenital heart defect. we were devastated. we turned to god and friends and tried our best to go on with the pregnancy as normal as we could not knowing if our baby would make it. our son, silas, was born january 3, 2013, and was taken from his mommy right away to go to cincinnati children's hospital. silas not only had a heart defect but also a virus that affects the brain and a blood clot in his liver. we were told silas was the sickest kid in the icu and he
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wasn't going to make it. but the next day things turned around drastically, thank god. we were discharged with silas a month later. now at age 2, he's crawling and walking with a walker, we are in love. he is the happiest boy i've ever met and is so much fun. i have complete strangers say silas has changed their lives and he has certainly changed ours. silas has a little brother named asher and they're best friends. silas, thank you for choosing unconditional love. >> and here with us now is the family, avery, joshua, silas and new baby brother asher. >> avery. >> we're so happy to have you here. >> what a beautiful family you have. it has been a long road but just watching you as a family, describe what the journey's been like for you guys? >> well, i mean, it's did he have knitly been hard and difficult, but we have a lot of
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great family and friends that have been so supportive and a great church at home that has just surrounded us, and i think the biggest thing is our faith in god and just having that in our life gives us hope. >> sure. and how is your son doing? tell us about him. he's a happy kid. >> he's tired. he's never been to new york. it was his first plane ride. he's tuckered out a little bit. how is he doing now? >> he's doing very good. he walks with a walker. he does therapy five hours a week at cincinnati children's. he hasn't needed any surgery for his heart, and, i mean, he's just the happiest little boy. >> dad, how was the plane ride for him? >> it was great. he slept the whole time. that was nice. >> how do the two of these guys get along, the little brother? >> oh, my gosh, he loves asher. at first he was a little rough with him, but he's learned now
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and they play together all the time. >> wow. and the prognosis is good for silas, right? >> yes. >> thank the lord. >> we have something special for you. we have not one but two broadway performers. >> yes, a special duet for the klain family right after this. e family right after this. eauti? it's an unstoppable energy, from deep inside... a "je ne sais quoi"... a youthful aura. advanced génifique by lancôme. every serum drop infuses youthful radiance throughout the skin. patented until 2029. advanced génifique. lancôme. receive a free 7-piece gift only at macy's. your skincare destination. welcome to fort green sheets. welcome to castle bravestorm. it's full of cool stuff, like... my trusty bow. and free of stuff i don't like.
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introducing longhorns steaks that sizzle for $12.99. like the new smoky bacon sirloin. and the parmesan crusted sirloin. only at longhorn steakhouse. you can't fake steak. we're back with an incredible little boy whose name is silas klaine. his parents are here with little brother asher. >> and now a song david friedman and i wrote just for you called "we believe in miracles" and it's a duet fresh from the musical that you must see, come to new york and see, "amazing grace." it is amazing. here they are to sing "we believe in miracles."
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♪ be careful who you listen to ♪ beware the advice you're given ♪ ♪ if we listened to the experts our son would not be living ♪ ♪ life is hard even when it's going well ♪ ♪ and no one gets through it without proving ♪ ♪ we have found in the story that we tell ♪ ♪ it depends on the choices one chooses ♪ ♪ we were told that our son would never make it ♪ ♪ the chance that he'd survive was very slim ♪ ♪ but if there was a small chance we had to take it ♪ ♪ because the experts didn't know us and they didn't know him ♪ ♪ we believe in miracles
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we believe that god is real ♪ ♪ we believe he loves us we believe ♪ ♪ so no one can tell us anything else is true ♪ ♪ because we believe in miracles and we believe that miracles can happen for you, too ♪ ♪ yes, we were told that our son would never make it ♪ ♪ but there is a much higher power ♪ ♪ and we have faith and we'll never forsake it ♪ ♪ we have a god who shows up in our most trying hour ♪ ♪ we believe in miracles, we believe that god is real ♪ ♪ we believe he loves us and we believe he loves to
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heal ♪ ♪ so no one can convince us that anything else is true ♪ ♪ because we believe in miracles and we believe that miracles can happen for you, too ♪ ♪ yes, without a doubt ♪ don't have to do without ♪ we believe we believe in miracles ♪ ♪ we believe >> thank you. we have another something special for the klaines to enjoy. >> first this is "today" on nbc. ♪ we believe in miracles
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we believe that god is real ♪
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we're back with "everyone has a story" honoring the klaine family and their young son silas. also with us is composer david friedman and david wild in from hollywood. >> what did you kids think of that song? >> that was amazing song. i think it was perfect for us. i loved how fast and upbeat it was. >> i pass ed over those lyrics o david, i had no idea what he would make. i'm always as surprised as america is. >> you were poring over lots and lots of letters. >> everybody's story is special, really special, and we're so grateful to everyone who sent them in. as a lyricist there has to be something about the song that sparks my imagination and then david takes the lyrics and a spark for him depending on how
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the words are set and the rhythm and we try to pick the two perfect people in the world to sing it. amazing. >> we want to give a little present. we heard silas likes to swim so we're going to send you on a well-deserved vacation to south beach, miami, the whole family a four-day, three-night stay in a two-bedroom hotel suite with breakfast, beach access and roundtrip airfare. you get to go on your second plane. >> and there's more. our friends at toys 'r' us heard your inspirational story and wanted to bring you a little something, so they provided all these wonderful toys for both silas and asher. so there are plenty of -- just look at that. >> we'll ship all of that to you so you don't have to worry about get it on the plane. >> how does miami sound? two bedroom suite and you can
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relax. thank you so much. what do you have coming up. >> i'm finishing an album. >> well, the next thing i'm doing in new york is at carnegie hall with the new york pops called "sophisticated ladies" in november. >> beautiful crowds. standing ovations, people screaming, cheering. a beautiful musical. >> it's an amazing story and an amazing song. the story is as amazing as the song. >> of john newton, of course. and dave? >> tv shows, advertising, mousse k for everyone. >> that's what you do. thank you so much. have a safe trip home. tomorrow regis and i take manhattan by -- well, not exactly by storm. wait until you see where we go. >> plus the next big music star and she's just 16 years old. >> plus a mad food challenge to keep off that freshman 15. >> have a great thirsty
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thursday. >> join us tomorrow. it's going to be an awesome friday. bye, everybody.
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take a live look at the radar right now. you can see showers and thunderstorms popping up in our area. the rain is bringing an end to our heat wave, but some areas could be in for flooding later on today. let's get right to nbc10 first alert chief meteorologist glenn "hurricane" schwartz. what's the timing on this, glenn? >> much will be occurring this afternoon and especially overnight tonight. we have a lot of clouds around here, helping to keep the temperature down. we don't have a lot on radar right now. some small, light showers scattered around the area. it is an indication the


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