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>> a sea of testosterone. >> called "the total package tour." they're going to be with us for a good part of the show. >> yes. >> introduce a good friend of yours. don't you, hoda? >> yes, i do. in the back, abby, her friend, i knew abby when she was just a little girl. good friends of myron. battled cancer, back and strongf and in business.tr so happy you're with us. >> god bless. >> and if we'd listened to beyonce's "lemonade" album. co-wrote a song with her and now the singer with soothing sound will perform for us later. >> and before the holidays, etiquette rule, traveling, hosting, including doing dishes. had to hold off. all of those things. >> okay. >> all right. you got to pay very close attention. we're going to drop hints of your music in our chat.
>> okay. o >> you speak up. tell us which song it's from. okay? >> all right. "people" magazine, guys. i don't know if you've heard. maybe it's you. has named its sexiest man of 2016. >> you know what? everybody's always talking about who's on top. >> ah! >> let's hear it! >> "hanging tough." >> so funny to see their blank faces. all righty. here it is, everybody. the sexiest man alive is -- >> who >> the rock! >> yes it is. >> he's such a nice guy. >> what do you think? a good choice? >> that's a good choice. >> pretty sexy. >> yeah. pretty hot. >> okay. >> next up. animated film "moana" hits theaters, and a new "baywatch," and a "jumanji" remake is coming up. >> nice shot there. >> a nice bicep.
>> hmm. >> what do you think of nick jonas?ha >> what does nick jonas got that -- >> some of these guys should be in there.se just a few of them. >> anytime a -- >> john-john. >> on the list before! could be relisted. >> oh, yeah. >> he is pretty sexy. >> juan should be on there. come on. >> you know who else? from usa's "mr. robot." andy cohen. >> andy! >> that's a good one. >> and benedict cumberbatch. and son of lester holt, stefan and lester holt. >> stefan anchors here in new york. very cute. >> how many on the list? i'm started to get insulted. >> you know what you could do, to not drown your sorrows. just make it a little better. tell them about these new oreo things. >> a new candy bar, you guys. okay? it's called the big crunch. >> as if an oreo isn't enough.
it's called the big crunch. >> as if an oreo isn't enough. >> i know it! >> you break it? >> oh! >> break it, baby. here you go. >> need more? >> i'm good. >> oh, you got to, paula, baby. they're not even available yet. >> thank you. >> all right. share amongst yourselves. >> on three. on three you're going to taste them at the same time. ready? we want to see your reaction. everyone get a piece. get ec on three -- >> all: one, two, three -- >> ain't going to lie. it's good. >> hmm -- >> it's good. >> everybody help us. >> chocolatey. hmm. >> all righty. >> go to -- >> we wanted to -- by the way, we want to give a big thank you to oreo because they sent us these candy bars before anybody. i'm a huge oreo fan. >> this is the one wanted. >> i can't open it. >> why not? >> me either. >> you undersold it. it is so delicious! >> yeah, but you got wine to go
>> see that thing behind you called a refrigerator. >> oh, snap! >> turn up. . >> all righty. >> just so you know -- >> all right. some people like milk. >> yeah. >> i like -- >> won't be. >> and if i take a sip of this. >> here we go. ta >> show that on the air, honey. uh-oh. too late. >> what else is going on? >> so you know what this is, chocolate bar with an oreo stuck right in the middle. all right? >> delicious. >> okay. big crunch. >> wash it down. >> all right. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> there you go, girls! >> did you know that ryan reynolds made another list. >> yep.an another one you guys didn't make. . >> straight up, kath. tell me. >> "straight up." >> all right. tell me. ? do you really want to love me forever ? ? oh, oh, oh ? in a hit and run ? >> yep.
background for the others and all that sort of stuff? interact? >> you never know. never know. >> okay. >> choreographed and dancing for sure. ed >> yeah. >> ryan reynolds not only made "people" magazine's sexiest list also the "gq" man of the year. >> joe mcintyre. >> what he did, revealed his past few years have been a struggle. after filming "deadpool" he was diagnosed with anxiety and told "gq" he had sort of a nervous breakdown. thought he was suffering from a neurological problem. it was anxiety. i completely recognize the ridiculously fortunate position that i'm in, but the attention is hard on your nervous system. by the way, he's like the best, nicest guy. >> he's such a doll. yeah, yeah, yeah. "deadpool" cost $58 million to make. >> guess how much it grossed? >> $782 --
>> we got a teleprompter too, girls. >> yeah. we have a big congratulations to -- it's over. over. the long, sad thing is over. bob guinea is a married man -- again. >> and we just hope that he's saying, tonight is just your night. we're going to celebrate. all through the night. >> you guys didn't know it? ? i'll make love to you ? >> it's the morning. >> i thought you were just doing a segment. >> oh, no, no, no. >> well done. >> those guys are. >> he wed this beautiful -- gorgeous lady named jessica canton in mexico over the weekend. we're happy for him. >> this is his third wedding. >> didn't know who he was. here's bob. >> all right. >> what a nice guy. >> speaking of hunky guys -- >> another thing you guys didn't make. >> we have a real calendar. because you know what? these guys got the "right stuff," baby. >> there it is, there it is! there it is.
>> this is the official 2016 new york city taxi driver's calendar. >> show the one you like. >> i like this guy. can somebody get -- >> ah! >> oh.h. >> that's my favorite. >> squad. show them.m. >> he's dead serious. >> very funny. benefits -- features the city's most scintillating and good humored cab driver. $14.99, a portion of the sale goes to university -- serves over 30,000 immigrant working individuals and families in new york city. >> all right. >> oh, god. >> and the thing is, like, listen, uber is killing us. we need a calendar! >> that's right. and lyft, too. >> put it over, everybody's going to start riding cabs again if we get the calendar. trust me. ca >> are y'all cooking? what are you doing? >> drinking. >> yeah. >> lg vineyards. >> oh, yeah. >> "dancing with the stars." >> yeah. >> was on last night and olympic
viewers, judges, everybody in television land and the host even in tears. >> a few months ago shot interviews with family members, including her grandmother, who was in an assisted living facility at the time. well, this week she wanted to dedicate her dance to her grandmother. so take a look. >> i'm very, very, very proud. very, very proud of her. [ speaking in foreign langua >> my grandma suffering from alzheimer's and her memories are all not that great. i kind of feel bad because i've been away so long and haven't really been able to see her as much as i used to, but i think i'm going to see her soon. so -- ? ? i was a little girl alone in my little world ? >> hi, lauren. this is grandma. h
continue doing the way you want it. fantastic. okay, mama? >> oh, we need some kleenex -- thank you, jerry. >> danced right after that interview. >> i hear she was just spectacular. >> got perfect 10s. they got it. >> i saw it coming, but, paula, and you guys, too. >> she ended up -- ended up getting perfect 10s. >> again? together after she saw that, because she hadn't seen that piece of tape. >> yeah. >> and, anyway -- >> i need to eat chocolate. >> what's been going on? you've been very emotional lately. love you, hodi. >> i know. okay. anyway -- i'll just eat my emotions away. [ laughter ]my >> that's what i usually do. >> i'll tell everybody about the new -- this next invention will
forward -- >> i take two steps back! [ laughter ] >> i know that. ? ? just the natural facts ? >> we have to crank this one. crank it! ? a matter of fact ?it we go together ? >> here we go. yeah, you go. >> there you go! >> suitcase. start on your world tour. it follows you around like a puppy. >> what? a >> travelmate robotics created th funding for this, but the suitcase -- >> oh! >> behind the person. >> ridiculous! >> track it with your smartphone. >> exactly. >> how lazy are we? all right? >> i want one of those -- >> come on, man! >> either upright or laying on its side. wow. >> you were left -- >> where do you get it? >> yeah. where do you get it? >> not yet. >> it's the prototype. >> invest in it. >> oh, right.
here's a question -- do you guys think you should date guys who are shorter than you? >> oh, yeah. yeah. >> ooh. really? >> are there guys shorter than you? >> no. exactly. exactly. >> i never yet met that man. >> yeah. >> but she's all into it. >> what are -- these are couples. nicole kidman and keith urban. are more confident, because, number one, they let you be who you are, because they're confident enough to be standing next to a tall person. >> a foot taller. o >> comfortable with your ambition, intellect and talent. >> what about medium height guys? >> what about regular height guys? are we insecure?e? >> we got issues? >> are your significant others taller or shorter than you? raise your hand if shorter. >> shorter.
>> some of you don't have one. >> with heels on. >> do you feel intimidated. >> part of it is, if, you know, someone -- if your significant other is drowning or there's a fire, you got to be able to carry them out of the fire. you know? [ laughter ] ] >> so it's a package thing. not ego thing. >> got to give him them. >> teaming up for one of the biggest tours on the planet. >> boys boyz ii men, paula abdul -- >> see if they know the rules of thanksgiving etiquette with mr. manners. >> go, go! ? ? ? ? what? is he gone??
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in a few days many of you are going to be traveling to see family or friends, or visiting someone's house for thanksgiving. >> are you ready to handle the mine field of awkward situations that are likely to pop up? >> our -- >> armrest. >> armrests. exactly, right. stuck in the middle seat on your flight to -- the host start doing dishes while guests are still present? we got you covered with mr. manners. >> thomas farley. >> and friends helping us out. news kids on the block, boyz ii men and paula abdul, who just i think she checked out. >> she's mart. >> etiquette. >> hi, thomas. >> what are the most -- the busiest, right, travel days of the year. >> and nobody likes the middle seat. >> well, if it's with these guys. >> here's our question -- when you are in the middle seat, there are these armrests and always a battle over the armrest. so -- so how do you decide who gets it? >> all right.
these back down. so middle person gets the armrest. okay? and -- both armrests. >> no way! >> if you don't like it, i will happily switch with one of you, and you can have -- >> because they get the bum deal? >> the middle seat is torture. if you want both armrests i will happily switch with you. >> it's a fair guideline. >> do you ever wrestle someone for the armrest? try to claim it. >> no. but i want to know, what if you go and the middle person, you're the middle per and the guy next to you makes a -- fight. >> you don't want to engage. engage the flight attendant to help you out there. this is a losing battle. >> not really room for it at the top. some people are shuffling the bag around, trying to jimmy their bag in. >> you mean like hodi? >> i do. i want my in. i'm not checking it. what do you do? >> overhead, stuffed like a
on a plane. happening more and more. >> you have to pay for it. >> if you check it at the gate, typically will do it for free. in advance, you're right. you're paying for it. >> what about the seats? >> you go as far back as the chair goes and that's the breaks. >> what if someone behind you is working on a computer? >> exactly. >> so what? >> no, no. >> you sound like "seinfeld." >> thomas, hear from the man who knows. >> my advice, have the make sure there's not a laptop out, a baby, eating, something like that. and do it slowly. not the quick jerk back. >> that's what i'm saying. >> thomas -- >> most don't work anyway. >> have a good journey. >> oh, wait. wait. look what we have here. >> look who came to din-din. hey, guys! >> hello. >> a beautiful meal.
>> so should you always show up with a gift, if you show up for someone's, you know, beautiful dinner? >> oh. i think we have a visitor. whom might this be? >> who is it? oh. who is it? [ doorbell ] >> come in. i think it's open. where the heck did you go? >> hi! >> hi, paula! >> great. >> paula, good to see you, but i have to give this to you straight up. >> oh! >> you come in empty-handed. >> and late. >> and late. >> the phone, definitely put away. yes. exactly. so whenever you're going to someone's home, even if they've told you don't bring anything, bring some kind of gift for the host, but make sure it's not aunt tilda's pie she's famous for. you're competing now. also not something that needs heated up. >> what about a chihuahua. >> oh -- okay. cleared with the host, absolutely. otherwise, you don't want to spring your springer spaniel on a host. >> and guests. guests cannot bring guests,
>> don't bring a guest. >> a few seconds left. what if people are talking about the presidential election. that could clear a table in five seconds. how do you stop that? >> this may be the first time seeing family members with different views from your own. i suggest keep the take a politics-free zone. as hostess, talk about politics, you're going to talk in this room. >> a big surprise here! who saw that coming. happy thanksgiving! >> happy thanksgiving. thank you, thomas. >> thank you. >> and from thanksgiving to what to serve -- wait until you see what ben is cooking up, right after this. >> timing. and you have it. >> i'm being rude just eating it right off the table. right? ? i'll make love to you ? bigger place." "bigger place?"
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it is brain teaser tuesday when we put your minds to work with this riddle from buzzle.com. >> here it is. i'm where yesterday follows today, and tomorrow is in the middle. what am i? >> there are people who like this kind of thing. >> besidesfu >> people who roll their eyes. the answer is coming up. plus, we are giving it away. >> and spanky tuesday! and more new kids, boyz ii men and paula abdul. all coming up after your local
>> i'm where yesterday follows today and tomorrow is in the middle. what am i? >> we have no idea, but the answer is -- >> all: the dictionary. >> who's got one of those anymore? >> all right. >> took your time saying that word. [ laughter ] oh! >> in case you missed the big announcement, you guys, earlier, news kids on the block surprised fans with the news they are going to be heading out on tour beginning next may. >> jordan knight, joey mcintyre donnie wahlberg and danny wood are not alone. jumping on the magical tour bus, boyz ii men, all grown up, shawn stockman, wanya morris. >> and to really blow your mind, none other than paula abdul -- >> ooh! >> first tour in 25 years. whose idea was this? >> paula's. >> oh is that -- >> raise your hand if it was your idea. >> never. >> no? >> paula kicked it off, because
about going out again. >> oh, it was paula. >> and almost a year ago i saw donny. we both presented at the american music awards. >> together. >> yeah. >> and you guys thought this might work? >> she planted it, and -- >> that seed that you plant. >> yeah. >> seeds were planted. >> you know what it's like to tour. you know how grueling it can be and it's 25 years later. right? >> don't tell my body that. >> for boyz ii men, you've been together since high school? >> yes. >> we see each other at the mirage, a resident there about 3 1/2 years now and get tired of it pretty quick. >> but i'm excited, because i have eight amazing men in my life. >> yes, you do. yes, you do. >> we brothers. >> brothers. >> how's it going to work? are you going to sing your hits? sing backup? all sing together? do you know yet what it's going to be? >> we all got to sing our hits. right? >> right.
>> about 732 number one hits between the three acts. so we've got a lot of records to play. >> a long concert. >> there's no backup singers here. paula is a star in her own right, boyz ii men one of the greatest singing groups in history and, you know, new kids are new kids and we're going to have a good time and all bring -- one thing we really focus on, giving people their money's worth. we all put a lot of effort into this tour. we're going to work so hard. people spend their hard-earned money to come to our concert they hav l >> yeah, baby! >> i have. >> the thing you all have in common is your fans are crazy. >> insane. >> they're crazy. >> all of these years later, whenever you come and perform outside they pack the plaza. it's always a huge event and they've never left you. >> a nice thing. >> crossover fan bases or every has their own? >> absolutely. i think we all come from pretty much of the same generation personally ourselves and our fans.
type of music, which makes this whole amalgamation a great one. everybody know's everybody music. not a dull moment. >> an "ellen" game called "never have i ever" completely forgotten the lines of a song? >> oh, man. >> everybody has. >> everybody has. yes. >> oh. >> yeah. not when you -- >> except -- >> i forgot lyrics on the stage. >> i just do the background. >> do a song for momma and so i just put the mike out and they sang for me. >> ah. >> not getting the lyrics, sing something else. i make up another song. >> resorted to taking their iphone out onstage and -- >> make believe you're taking selfies but it's really the lyrics. >> never have i ever fallen in love at first sight? >> what does that mean exactly? >> oh, then you haven't. >> next. never have i ever been in an
>> well -- our video. >> paula has. i would like to hear that story. >> never have i ever looked through -- >> simon cowell, for example. >> oh, yeah. >> i thought you meant naked or something. >> never have i ever used a band mate's toothbrush? >> never. >> by accident. >> yeah. >> what about underwear? underwear has happened. >> oh! >> a shower. >> when do tickets go on sale, for your tour? >> saturday. presale, friday and then -- >> amex presale. >> it's going to about blast. we're going to come. >> do you need dishes for your thanksgiving table? a salad and souffle perfect in addition to this.
getting down to the wire and thanksgiving is next week. >> can't believe it. >> haven't decided what sides you want to make, team many got you covered. >> super food for your super feast. contributor of seriouslydelicious.com. >> executive chef of ford filling station in new york. >> and welcome, everybody. >> using kale in two ways? >> yes. >> what we're doing. ben's first? >> so this is a, going to do a kale souffle, cheese and leeks in it. i start with garlic, onions and some of the leeks we've sauteed down here. >> delish.
a little roux. roux is basically flour and butter. and the milk. add some of the cheeses, knelt down. get something that looks a lot like this. >> delicious. going to take it and fold it in. >> what do you have in there along with the, along with the leeks and stuff? what's the green? >> sorry. i took the kale -- thank you for that. the core ingredient. cooked it down with a little chicken stock. fold it up. mix that in. >> all right. >> wonderful addition of egg whites. fluffiness. makes it rise. turn that in. gets folded in. by hand. >> he's that kind of guy. like that. >> and fold that in, like that. get a beautiful souffle. a prepared dish. put it inside of. >> all right. >> let it raise.
let me give you the -- >> ooh, beautiful. >> preview. >> the pretty one. we know pretty food tastes better. right? >> yeah. delicious. >> oh -- good. >> right now it is serie's turn, making a kale salad. >> based on a restaurant i love in l.a. called love and salt. the best part about it, toasted bread crumbs. took a baguette, put it in a food processor, nice and crunchy. toasting in olive oil and now i'm going to toast my prosciutto in the same pan. >> uh-huh. >> that will be that nice and crispy, also. use pancetta or bacon if you don't want to use prosciutto. >> and over here, add ricotta. pepperoncinis. >> hot peppers. >> and some kalamata olives and the food processor is the star of the dish. gets everything uniform, which i love in salads. everything is one uniform bite. >> right. okay. >> crumble that. and it sort of looks like this.
dressing. this is red wine vinegar. to it i'm going to add some olive oil. >> beautiful. >> and fresh squeezed lemon juice and oregano. >> yep. >> and salt and pepper. i love doing it in mason jars. you can just shake it up. >> are you nervous because your mom is watching. >> my mom taught me how to cook. >> oh, ow cute! >> i have to tell you about massage the kale. kale. >> he does everything with his hands, this guy. >> takes the bitterness out of it. >> is that true? >> take a piece of kale. take it. taste a little before and after. big difference. >> and a good stress reliever. >> yeah. >> yep. >> and you want to try that? >> i do. i do. >> and the -- >> this one has cheese. >> this one has no cheese.
>> kath you got to try. i'm going to try this one. without the cheese. i've got -- that's okay. >> and the salad. >> for this recipe and all the thanksgiving recipes head to today.com/food. how about a little music with your meal. >> can't take it. >> a song for us, right after this, and then spanky, give it away tuesday. >> no! >> uh-huh. >> all right. bye!
>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. kevin garrett is heating up the music scene with his unique mix of pop and towel. soul. >> artists like katy perry, and beyonce called him to co-write and co-produce "pray," opening track off her blockbuster "lemonade." >> incredible. releasing his own music now. called "precious." heard it in rehearsal.
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baby, when you forget about me don't be so precious about it, don't be so precious about it ? and you'll save me, but i'll find a way around it, i'll find a way around it ? don't be so precious about it and, baby, ooh, when you forget about me ? don't be so precious about it don't be so precious about it ? and you'll save me, i'll find a way around it, i'll find a way around it ? ? don't be so precious about it ? about it ? >> yeah. kevin! >> oh, whew! love that. thank you, thank you, sean, kevin, all the best. >> kevin, awesome job. >> and five lucky fans and one of them could be you. >> when we give it away. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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>> all right, hodi. why not? >> let's do it. >> and the winner is -- sharon calhoun from milford, ohio. >> hoda. >> i got a good one. a great one. hold on. i've got ann glenn from lockport, new york. >> i love her. >> and then i've got. >> who do you have? >> angie williams cody from muskegon, michigan. >> her last name is cody? >> yes. >> are you sure? i've got -jo from nanty glo, pennsylvania. >> and i have, last one, conner norton from st. augustine, florida. we shred the nonwinners so make sure you enter again. >> pick losers and winners. coming up tomorrow -- actress
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