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448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> announcer: with kathie lee giffo and hoda kotb live fro 1a from rockefeller plaz hello, everybody. ides of march. hoda just had a shock, and not o knows what could happen today. i had to do it. i was interviewing the cast of "my big fat greek wedding."
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>> there was too much pressure. >> it would be wrong. >> ides of march are upon us. it's spanky tuesday. we're going to have some fun. >> that song there is "misery" by gwen stefani. >> misery? >> i thought she was out of miseeven. shirley macl is here to talk about what happened to her on a movie set that never happened to her before. and another fantastic actress, dame helen mirren "eye in the sky." she looked so fab on the red carpet, among other thing. >> how bless rd we to have two of our favorite women. >> ever! >> plus one of our favorite chefs, reid alexander is over there, my adopted son. >> good morning. >> welcome back, happy lady.
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we need your mom to go with us. >> absolutely. >> look how reid has a little -- >> no! we've done that comment before, a couple of segments ago. >> major manhood happen ing ing over it is time -- >> we've known you since you were 4. >> we're allowed. last night was the final episode of "the bachelor." >> everybody -- by the way, tons of twe the most about the bachelor is amanda avery. >> you look beautiful today. >> kind of bittersweet. it's the end. >> it's so emotional, i couldn't eat my dinner i started eating. i put it down, because my stomach was churning so much over the anxiety of whose heart he was going to break. >> what time do you eat dinner? >> like around 8:00. i sat down but put it away. >> put it way. >> anyway, here's what happened. we've been talking about this three months.
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final two. now ben still could not decide who he loves more between these two ladies last night. >> jo-jo and -- >> and lauren. that's the issue. he went to his mom and dad. >> oh, boy. >> talked to his mom and dad. the ladies met with the mom and dad and they actually put it best. here is lauren meeting them. they said lauren is perfect, she's polished, perfect. when they met jo-jo, they said she's a wife that could then be your best friend as well. that's their review. he took that. he was picking up engagement was goin e first person -- >> could be the same ring for >> i guess so. >> doesn't that say something to you? >> i think any ring, don't you? >> wrong on every level. >> first woman out of the jo-jo. that's never a good sign. so, let's see what happens to
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>> just a couple of months, you've not only become my best friend, but a man that i have fallen so completely in love with. i d if i could find love. i found it with you. but i found it with somebody el more. >> i don't even know what to say right now. i'm so confused and blindsided. you told me that you were in love with me, that i was your best friend, that you can't imagine life wit me. so, where did it go wrong? >> it never did. i'm about to get on one knee and ask a woman to marry me and i was confused about that because of jo-jo. her.
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and i still didn't want to see him cry. >> i know. >> i thought this was going to be over. no, no, no. >> bye. give it to amanda. >> i was so sad for her. >> very bad reason. >> i did feel sad for her, by the way, because he said i love you, but i love someone more. >> it sounds like a high school -- he's going to be saying that his entire life. the itch he can't scratch. >> now what happened? >> lauren gets out of the helicopter next. that's a good sign. let's take a look at what happened. you're the person i want to spend my whole life with. i love you. i love you. >> lauren, i want to spend the
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will you marry me? >> yes. >> lauren? >> what? i'm so luck. >> i are you kidding me? i'm the luckiest girl. >> wow! >> i haven't seen jo-jo this whole time but they were super cute at the end. and they did the live after show and they seemed really sweet and genuine. they did? >> i'm rooting for them now. good news. we have a new bachelorette, jo-jo has been officially named the bachelorette. the show starts airing in may with her. they're going t start filming right away. >> how was she during the after show? >> she'll fall in love again with somebody else overnight. she knows she's going to be part of the next series.
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she did want answers. she didn't quite unde a how you decide who you love more and she can be the r name, lauren b.? >> lauren b. >> you know what, hoda? >> what? >> you're my person. >> you're my person, too. that was so unromantic. wasn't it? you're my person. >> you're my person, too. you. that's really the biggest debbie downer. ts what we have to look forward to in may. >> we took a quiz and wanted to find out if we were compatible with ben. there's a quiz you can take on buzz feed. what's your sign? who do you root for in the super bowl? >> what's your sign? i didn't get that one. >> so sad.
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>> let's see if either of us are compatible with ben. >> let's hope not. >> i love the music. you're not going to believe this. we got the same answer. we're both perfect for ben. >> here's what they say. you and ben would make the perfect couple. the you would never grow tired of each other and would have a long, happy relationship. i don think so. we would like to go like this, we don't think so. okay? >> but we wish you the most happines in the world with all your wives. good news. one of our favorite people is here. his name is devon still. he's here because there's good news from dairy queen. it's free cone day! >> hi, devon. >> dairy queen is giving away -- first of all, hi. how are you? this is leah still's dad, a friend of our show's.
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>> great. she's doing great. >> is great an understatement? >> i think so. i can't find a word but great. >> one of the great things i love about devon, he keeps he knows his d been healed and helped by so many. queen? dairy queen. make sure everybody goes out there and gets that free so serve vanilla cone with the signature curl on the top. >> get the wine out of the -- >> exactly. we're taking the wine curly e children' miracle network, which is huge. that foundation saved and improved the lives of children at 170 different children's hospitals. and leah was one of those. >> she was. >> that got helped by the children's miracle network. >> exactly. >> i'm so happy leah is doing better. and congratulations to you, by the way, too.
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the texans. he's playing football, no longer with the bengals. what's your number going to be? >> 91. >> lucky number 91. dairy queen raised $140,000 for kids. you're a perfect spokesperson. let's beat that this year. >> yes, let's beat that. >> give leah a kiss. >> i will. >> she's having a little bit of a procedure but she's all good. or she would be with us. >> do y' me to leave this here? >> why wouldn't you leave it here? >> all right. devon. let talk about little you tell one? >> how often -- how are you feeling? >> excellent! direct tv did rank the little white lies we tell by severity. here are some of the less severe lies. your baby is cute. that's awful. >> so mean.
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>> okay. i love this present. yeah. i'l be ready in 15 minutes. >> those are all lies that people tell that aren't so bad. here are the more severe ones. i didn't see your text. >> miss you too. >> i always wash my hands after using the bathroom. >> and the worst one is -- >> what? >> i'm on birth control. >> that is horrible. that is horrible. >> what does the wise one have to say about that, little white lies? >> everybody should go back 13 or 14 lives and figure out why they're still doing it. >> there you go! thank god shirley maclaine is here. >> the answer to everything. yes, she does. >> hoda, you're into all kinds of things. tell us what this is. happy." it one of those magazines that you like about how to practice joy and all that stuff. too. if you want to be in a good
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th featured a couple of things i said in their magazine and book. "live happy." >> look forward. >> yeah. ten practices for choosing joy. anyway, go to happyx.org. you're going to be the keynote speaker. at tulane university. e super dome. >> i know. what? >> what? that's awesome! >> one of the perks of being a devoted fan -- >> find out if you're a winner when we give it away. plus, shirley maclaine is here. sewing some wild oats. >> adventure of a lifetime. >> make it two you can find a recipe for almost anything... baby cousin's gonna love that isn't she. oh my gosh. ... and gather all the right ingredients. we're gonna make the same meal this year. i wish sarah was here. i know, mom. but the happiest moments in life don't always come from a
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with a c spanned six decades -- >> hello! >> actress shirley maclaine doesn't want to be called this, but she can't help it. what is she? >> an icon and a legend. >> but don't call her that. >> we won't, despite all the fabulous film she's made, "steel magnolias." she tells us why in her new book -- >> "above the line." >> how about that in stereo? >> i'm good. happy. love my life. looking at all the other much
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i'm loving the metaphysical trip i'm on, the truth of it all. i'm not kidding. it is so much fun to look back on what you might have done or who you might have been. >> can it be confusing? >> yeah, but isn't life -- >> how many pas lives do you think you've had? >> who knows. but i have an explanation that i can short, like an elevator speech. we woul like to hear. >> when you get to be 82, you have a short-term memory, okay, that's a problem. but the longer term memory, you know, how you remember -- now i'm remembering not o in my childhood but other lifetime childhoods. that's a lot. >> no, really. and i'm getting the sense, truly, of having been and lived and i understand the w i'm conscious mind. >> the canary islands is a with you.
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beautifully on it. everything sort of went wrong. >> on making the movie, it's pretty hysterical. >> how many years agthat? what year did you -- >> two years ago. we were shooting on the canary islands because of the rebate. you can get the rebate and help with the budget. i got on the iberian airlines and it said the only airlines that flies to the lost continent of atlantis. i thought this is meant to happen. >> why is that? >> everybody told me not to go. the money isn't any good. suddenly when i was there, of course, you don't do stuff for money anymore for me. but don't tell anybody that. i realized i was making this film to remember some of my lifetimes in atlantis. >> tell us a little bit about the circumstances. two fine actresses were already on board. yet.
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>> so was this like a super leap of faith? was your agent saying don't go, don't do this? >> everybody, even a couple of sidekicks said don't go unless the money's in the bank. but jessica said, what the hell. let's go drink on the beach. if we have no a good time. >> what was the disaster part of shooting the movie? >> all of it, hoda. >> but they wo call up and say don't bother getting up in the hotel. we haven't got money to pay the cab driver today so we're not going to shoot. it got to be so funny. it's pretty funny in the book. >> it is kind of funny, because really, demi moore, jessica lange. who are the men? >> billy connelly and harold hessman. i don't know him but billy connelly is hysterical. >> hysterical. he made it even funnier. i had hernias from laughing so hard. we w be doing a scene and the money would run out again
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the middle of the scene, which is only costing money. that does take a couple of dollars. i think the sound guy measured -- i laughed 11 minutes while they just kept rolling and i couldn't stop. shirley? this is going to sound weird. i was looking at an old cbs sunday morning piece. they were talking about people who were understudies who broke through and had these huge careers and the first person they talked about was you. and the filling in for had a broken ankle. >> sprained. >> and they just -- it showed the chronicling of your career and how it could happen by one instant where someone happens to see you. >> whe you were do ing ing "swe 1954. i had never had a rehearsal. bobby fosse and jerry robbins made me the understudy to the great carol haney.
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the show with a sprained ankle, not broken. >> y re i could think of was i'm going to drop the hat in steamed heat. and i did. they told me not to say it. i'm still saying it. i've been guided all my life. i really feel i have angels and, i mean, some are very hard nosed, you better get to this and do it. and i'm very disciplined. but that whole shoot -- >> it's very funny the way you tell the story. one of our favorite ladies. you know that. much. >> beige face. >> do you like them or don't? >> love them. what's better than having an oscar winner on show?
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where she play ace general. take a look. >> three very high value individuals. the rules of engagement you're operating under is to capture, not a kill scenario. ma'am, i think it would be wise to refer up. >> are you or just debating with me? >> to refer up? >> uh-huh. >> i am telling you. >> oh. >> ooh. >> hello to you. >> she's cross about that. >> she is. now was this originally supposed to be that of a man? >> it was written for a man. >> how did it change things when you stepped in? >> nothing changed on the page at all. i mean, it absolutely fell into place. i think the only thing that it slightly -- it made the moral dilemma that you see played out in the movie kind of more poignant, more potent if you like, it being a woman having to make those decisions.
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the question is, do you capture, do you kill and how do you do it? >> the whole issue of drone warfare. it's so interesting that suddenly in the news and in the public awareness it's becoming this growing awareness of what drone warfare really is and how it's prosecuted, how it's managed. and this is this movie that's very much about that. and it's about the appalling sort of moral decisions that war. >> you're so multifaceted. i'm looking at you in this gorgeous dress and all i can think of is most of the time when kathie lee and i show you air, you're in a smoking hot bikini. we showed you the other day very hip. right? >> i do have a tattoo. very verks old tattoo. i used to tell people i got it
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>> so why did you get it? >> i got it because i was drunk, in america, on an indian reservation in minnesota and a girl did it for me. >> three xs? >> very painful. it's quite spiritual. it's equal and opposite. speaking to what we're talking about now, which is to see the people who are so different from you as basically being your equal, of equal value with yourself. s of what it means. >> you have a wonderful life outside of the movies, too. a delicious husband. >> i do. shooting right here in new york, shooting a movie with robert deniro. and i'm shooting parallel with will smith. the two of you at the end of the day -- you're shooting his stuff, you're doing your stuff. you get together at the end of the day, do you talk work or put work aside?
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did you get your day, i always say to taylor. the only time i pray to god is when taylor' shooting and i pray for the weather to be right. because if there isn't snow or it doesn't rain when it needs to rain, you know, the whole sc husband's schedule. but, no, it's fun. no, we just -- we don't go into details. did get your day? was it okay? were there problems? we share the difficulties. falling in love at 40, in that range, was that about the right timeframe? >> 38. >> 38. is he the love of your life? i mean, falling in love at that age, 38? >> yeah. i guess. because, you know, don't have much life left, do i? i hope he's the love of my life. who knows. you never know what the future may bring. no, i mean -- no. i recognize the great thing about finding a partnership,
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l, onions, balsamic vinegar, chicken broth, salt and pepper for seasoning. and the pork chops themselves. i'v preheated this pan. i start t you do the honor for the second one? >> yes. >> amazing. get them really nice and brown, two to three minutes per side. >> that's just in olive oil? >> tablespoon or two, preheated. imagine we've gone and removed them to a plate. they're resting. will you stir? we're caramelizing some onion. >> i will. >> brilliant. >> we start to make our sauce. little bit of chicken broth, really deep flavor. balsamic vinegar is the secret here. can you guess why, kathie lee? >> no, reid. i'm je lagged. why? >> exactly. it's sweet and tangy. when this starts to reduce, the vinegar, natural sugar also come up and will thicken up. >> that's what i was going to say but wasn't quite sure.
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>> what's that green next to the thyme? >> mint. we add back the pork chops right into it. and finish cooking. put the lid on it. let them steam. five to seven minutes and you're good. how simple is that, right? >> easy. so easy. >> now pork chops done, apple sauce. where does that come in? >> apple sauce. >> plum and apple chutny ey. that's my take. a little unusual. i've gone ahead and left the skins on. very colorful. hoda, would y add in the water and i'll add the unsweetened apple sauce. >> is it apple juice? >> apple juice. thank you. apple sauce might not help you too much. >> what is this, sweetheart? >> raw sugar, just for sweetness, and some cinnamon. simple. one pot idea. mix this up. cover. cook for about 40 minutes. start this before that. >> really easy. >> simple. and the last thing you do -- >> wait, is that it?
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i'm adding in a little vanilla at the end. >> t >> doesn't that smell so good? >> there's so many great smells. >> you're doing great with that. you're doing great. >> oh, my gosh! >> this is good to make because it's good the next day as breakfast, honestly. it's a really delicious sort of multi-purpose side dish. that's it. now we're serving this. go ahead and get in here. >> with some grilled -- >> maple roasted carrots. pork chops, apple sauce, carrots. what else can you do with different things like this? >> i don't know. >> serve it with cheese, fruit and cheese platter, and this is a clean, flavorful and rich dish that -- how long did it take? >> pork is the other white meat, right? >> exactly. you've got it. >> delicious. you like it? amazing, right? >> delicious. reid, great, great idea. >> like hoda was in high school. >> for the recipes, go to today.com/fo.
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little lily is over there. based on a true-life story juicier than any fiction. filled with rivalries, temptations. i told you months ago it was my favorite thing. it's incredible, this book. >> revolves around the most beautiful woman in the world. >> no. >> the australian hungarian empire who became a larger than life icon. >> from best-selling author, allison pataki called "sisi: empress on her own." you sent it to me in its raw form. kno what a huge fan i am
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beautifully written. she tells a story like nobody. this woman is so fascinating in her own rite. >> exactly. she was known as the princess diana of her time and captured the love of the people and was this fashion icon, was involved in these tumultuous love stories, changed the course of history. yet for some reason we don't know about her in modern days. and i think this makes for the best type of historical fiction, the best novel. we can crack open this really juicy, dysfunctional family saga and see this beautiful woman. >> a lot of people read these books, and we've read your books. we wonder what part is the real thing and what part are we adding a little bit to. end. you have history that's dramatic, this cast of characters and the backdrop is beautiful palace, castles and world war i. >> and the hair. >> floor-length hair. you have the raw material that's good from the history, you
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it would be too outlandish for fiction. you really can't believe it as you're reading it. and your family is basically -- >> hungarian. pataki is a hu las name. when i go back to hungary, they still worship her. she captures the imagination. i thought i would really want to read a book or see a movie about this woman and nothing exists. i think i need to write the book. >> i'm so happy for you. >> are we going to talk about your other project? >> the other one. >> how old is she, sweetie? >> she's five months, the new empress. i can't stand it. >> and your beautiful husband, dave, who has been going through an incredible year of his own. >> it's been a big year fs been the benevolent ruler and has come in to take over. >> i understand how you found sisi, but how do you find some of your other characters? >> the traitor's wife, benedict
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>> she was a mink. so was sisi. these were sassy women. we know the men's stories, but these are significant women. and the sisi story was hungarian, the peggy story was from upstate new york where the revolution story happened. when you find these women and think, gosh, why don't i know about her? >> exactly. i know benedict arnold's story or the emperor's story. >> you cannot put this book down, i'm warning you. if you pick it up, hopefully it's for a nice, long weekend because you will miss it the minute you leave it on the table. thayou. we love you, allison. than soef much. >> say hello to your mom and dad for me, too. sisi. we love it. looking for a novel way to start your day? >> you'll want to see what we're giving away. >> first this is "today" o as polls showed donald trump losing ohio, he attacked our john kasich with unhinged, bold-faced lies.
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