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to stop a blaze that's already ravaged more than 100,000 acres now lapping at the edges of two major resorts. the streets of sun valley in ketchum, idaho, blanketed with smoke. firefighters doing everything from clearing vegetation to turning on the fake snowmaking water cannons all to target a threat described as "a giant pacman with its mouth open." >> it's been a shock to get evacuated. >> it's kind of wait and see what happens. >> reporter: this morning nearly 2300 homes have been evacuated. nearly 7400 more at risk. among them, some of the most expensive real estate in the west. multimillion dollar mansions owned by hollywood celebrities. bruce willis' 8,000-square-foot vacation home is now less than a mile away from the fire zone. fellow action star arnold schwarzenegger owns a mul multimillion dollar estate six miles from the fire line. >> one of the things we are concerned about is people wanting to stay home and protect
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their own home if the fire should reach it. >> reporter: this businesses are also hurting one after another closed in this ritzy resort town as people flee thick clouds of smoke. >> most focus on keeping everyone safe and just that this will pass in time. >> reporter: right now the fire is 8% contained. what firefighters are fighting against, hot, dry conditions that make debris like this brittle tree branch easy fuel. sam. >> yeah, aditi, the other thing is that smell. you never get rid of that. incredibly acrid burring smell in the air all the time and covers you everywhere. the idea here is that firefighters will try to get ahold of this fire. looks like they won't get anywhere near containment until the end of this month or the beginning of next month. there are showers in the west but more to the south. these numbers, you can see them, boise getting 95 again today. are not going to offer much relief at all. >> rough day, thank you, sam. alex rodriguez and the latest in major league
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baseball's steroid scandal. with the pen apartment race heating up and new allegations breaking every day it is getting ugly on and off the field. paula faris tracking it all. good morning, paula. >> what could happen next? we are finding out. alex rodriguez said it's going to get worse every day as bigger and bigger stories come out. he was right. this morning new revelations as the league's highest paid player is quickly becoming the most hated. alex rodriguez not only heard that message overnight. he may have felt it. the 38-year-old was drilled by boston red sox pitcher ryan dempster. many assume as retaliation. >> we have one player hitting another player because of what that other player is alleged to have done. >> reporter: but vindication for rodriguez came later in the game. >> hits a deep drive and gone! >> it was awesome. i was pretty excited. it was the ultimate, ultimate
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payback. >> reporter: afterwards dempster denied hitting rodriguez ink tensi tensionally. >> did you throw at a-rod? >> no, i just tried to pitch him inside. >> if you like me or hate thee that was wrong. >> reporter: the league suspended rodriguez 211 games for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs and obstructing baseball's investigation. he appealed and this morning continues to play until his case is heard. >> every time you think the story may be nearing an end, other layer is covered. >> reporter: that next layer came this weekend after "60 minutes" reported rodriguez or those in his camp leaked names and tried to take other players down with him as baseball probed biogenesis, that florida clinic which allegedly supplied the drugs to nearly a dozen players. it's a charge a-rod vehemently denies. >> never happened and would never occur and it didn't happen. >> if, indeed, he personally ratted out on other players, that's only going to hurt his
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reputation and his standing in the game even more. >> reporter: and abc news has learned that former league mvp ryan braun is apparently ready to open up. sources say he could apologize publicly for using performance-enhancing drugs as early as today. now, details are starting to come out this morning as to exactly how rodriguez tampered with major league baseball's investigation. "outside the lines" is reporting rodriguez twice tried to pay the legal fees for the man at the center of the biogenesis investigation. it is just one thing after another. >> okay, paula, thanks very much. other top stories from josh starting with that violence in egypt. >> yeah, unfortunately more breaking news to deliver here. the violence grows once again as two dozen policemen have been killed this an ambush there by militants. this attack comes despite new warnings from military leaders there. the death toll now stands at roughly 900 with 450 killed in just the last four days. abc's muhammad lila is in cairo with more.
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good morning to you, muhammad. >> reporter: good morning, josh. as you say, another big development here. at least 24 egyptian officers from an elite unit killed in the sinai region. the sinai is in the eastern part, home to a number of tourist destinations but also right next to the border with israel which, of course, is america's key ally in this region. the government saying it happened when the egyptian policemen were in two vans or buses when they were attacked by islamic militants with rocket-propelled grenades. the death toll continued to rise with skirmishes reported in a number of cities and, of course, the nighttime curfew still in effect not just in cairo but elsewhere, as well. egyptians struggling for normal life. not clear if it's a cease-fire or whether this is just the latest break with more violence to come. josh. >> muhammad lila in cairo, thank you. police in oklahoma say three teenagers confessed to shooting an australian athlete for the fun of it. chris wage gunned down friday while on a daily training run.
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he had recently accepted a baseball scholarship to east central university just south of oklahoma city. investigators say the teens then shot a second random victim and later posted on facebook, bang, two drops in two hours. and president obama back at the white house after wrapping his vacation on martha's vineyard over the weekend, they arrived at the white house late last night. president obama played six rounds of golf before leaving for home. this week the president heads to upstate new york and pennsylvania where he'll continue his campaign stump speeches on the economy. a couple of surprises at the box office this weekend. "the butler" is the top earner with $25 million. meanwhile, the comedy "we're the millers" second with nearly 18 million. "elysium" third, noticeably absent, "jobs." a ferrari set a world record, not in speed. now the most expensive car ever soiltd at a public auction, 1967
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ferrari, 275 spider, only ten built. the former owner, the great part of this, say all proceeds are going to charity. good for them. >> that's great. makes it even sweeter. she sure is pretty. we turn now to oscar pistorius, as expected he has been indicted on charges of murder for the shooting death of his girlfriend. this morning in africa, abc's rob nelson is in pretoria for us this morning. good morning to you, rob. >> reporter: good morning, lara. he is an olympic sprinter, a paralympic gold medalist and one of south africa's national heroes at one time but now oscar pistorius formally stands accused of murder. a south african court indicted pistorius nicknamed the blade runner for his razor like prosthetic legs on one count of murder and the unlawful possession of a firearm. barely visible under a crush of
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international media joined his family in prayer minutes before the hearing began several times wiping away tears. he was formally indicted in the shooting death of his girlfriend reeva steenkamp a budding model who would have turned 30 years old today. overnight her grieving friends spoke out on south african tv. >> when she walked into a room it was just warmth and it really was like the sunshine just walked into the room. >> reporter: it was the first court appearance since june for pistorius who's free on bail and indicated that he will plead not guilty. he quickly left court today in this silver suv. he admitted shooting her multiple times through the bathroom door. prosecutors contend the shooting was fueled by a heated argument but pistorius claims he mistook steenkamp for an intruder. the witness list released includes neighbors who are expected to testify about screams and gunfire they heard that night. >> what the state is now going to do, they want to show that
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he's a violent person. he is a gun-toting hothead is the way the portrait they're going to paint of this man. >> reporter: the trial has now been set for march 3rd, 2014 with this key evidence expected to take center stage, pistorius' past brushes with the law as well as cell phones found inside the bathroom that could provide details about the last minutes of steenkamp's life. if convicted, pistorius faces a life sentence with a minimum of 25 years behind bars. lara. >> all right, rob nelson, we thank you. okay, we'll turn now to that travel nightmare for hundreds of passengers finally home after their flight fm london to new york was forced to make an emergency landing in a remote corner of canada stranded all night long and david kerley has the details. >> reporter: they are home this morning but they're angry for these more than 250 passengers, an eight-hour flight became a 27-hour nightmare. >> thankful to be no new york. >> reporter: it was saturday
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afternoon that virgin atlantic flight took off from london's heathrow set to arrive at new york's jfk just before midnight on saturday. >> virgin, 25, i need to know the nature of your emergency. >> yes, we have a fuel leak, suspected fuel leak. >> reporter: so an emergency landing in newfoundland, safe but the passengers were stuck, a broken plane and ni hao tells forced to sleep on chairs, benches, anywhere. >> people were sleeping on the floor of the bathroom and on the counters in the ballotroom all over the floor in the airport. >> reporter: hours passed, frustrated passengers took to twitter and matt roberts wrote "patience wore out 2e7b hours ago. please get your story straight." another, "been sitting only yell yum floor in gandhi for hours now and plane hasn't left." virgin tweeted "unfortunately, hotels are full." >> i had never experienced anything like that so that was quite an ordeal for me. >> reporter: this morning the airline is of 0ing a round trip
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ticket to passengers and added in a statement overnight an apology for any inconvenience caused. an inconvenience, an ordeal that finally ended with a two-hour plus flight 214 on a replacement plane delivering them to jfk sunday night at 7:00, nearly a full day late. for "good morning america," david kerley, abc news, washington. that's some weekend, huh? >> yeah, beats the alternative. they're safe. the most important thing. we turn now to an incredible survival story. a 12-year-old girl attacked by a black bear, not once, but twice and she manages to get away. this morning she describes those horrifying moments and abc's linzie janis is here with her story. good linzie so glad she's okay. >> abby wetherell was mauled in cadillac, michigan, now after three nights in the hospital she is home with her family and talking about her ordeal exclusively to "good morning america." >> i was terrified.
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>> reporter: abby wetherell says not only did she come face to face with a black bear like this one, she thought it would be the last face she'd ever see. >> i was thinking, oh, my gosh, this is it. i'm not going to live. >> reporter: the 12-year-old was jogging along this trail thursday night when she ran across the several hundred-pound animal. >> all of a sudden the bear got me, put me down on the ground and started clawing me. >> reporter: she scrambled to her feet and ran for her life but the bear came back. >> so i was like petting it. i don't know where that came from but i just thought maybe if i petted it it would like plea. well, that did not work so then it just got me again and then i heard that you should play dead so that's what i did and then it kind of went away and it looked back then it just took off. i got up and i started running to my house. >> i think i was in shock when i
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first saw her. >> i was screaming, help, help and crying. >> i didn't believe it was a bear attack until i seen the claw marks and the bruises. >> reporter: she suffered deep gashes to her back and cuts to her face requiring more than 100 stitches. >> when the bear was attacking me, i couldn't -- i couldn't feel it. i was just numb. >> reporter: this morning she's not only relishing her big homecoming, she says she's ready to move on. >> it's over. but i'm not going to go in the woods without anybody but i'm still going in the woods. i'm okay and i'll be all right. >> abby says in the moments after she was attacked she worried about her school soccer team wondering how they were going to win if she wasn't able to play goalie because the other goalie, she explained, had sprained her wrist and that speaks volumes about who this little girl is. >> unbelievable. >> incredible. >> and the presence of mind to
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remember that she should play dead. >> right. >> incredible. >> wow. >> and trying to pet the bear is just almost too much. so glad she's okay. >> what a story. >> she better win that soccer game. >> sam, you got a lot more on that flooding in the southeast. >> this to me is a huge story and just as dangerously dry as the fire situation is in the west this is the complete opposite of that but is in no means less dangerous so let's get to the flooding situation going on in the southeast. we got more than a foot of rain in south georgia over the weekend. we've got some pictures this morning out of biloxi but trust me from mississippi, alabama, georgia, even into the carolinas there are many neighborhoods that are going to be looking like this. atlanta's had its yearly rainfall total and four months to go in the year. really wet season and more rain coming. area much of the southeast, 1 to 2 inches of additional rain from all this gulf moisture right in that charleston, columbia, raleigh area. raleigh, tough for you too.
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2 to 3 inches of rain of the tough, tough story and continues today. 2 to 3 inches of rain of the
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>> all that weather was brought to you by angie's list. with we come back we'll talk about the warm-up. summer has been missing in parts of northeast. it's about to make a return. prince william speaks out for the first time since the birth of baby george about princess kate and being a dad. we also have the littest on the stunning headlines about the new investigation into princess diana's death. then the shocking response from the popular sports announcer after his son was arrested in the death of his girlfriend. also ahead, lindsay lohan's startling remarks to oprah. why she says she's finally on the road to recovery. and sam. >> i could tell you i'm outside with some gaga fans. how do i know? because i may have lost my hearing. your name. >> i'm nolan. >> yeni. >> di stefano. >> and? >> emily. >> pamela. >> karen.
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good morning i am megan pringle. >> i am charlee crowson. an accuse -- charley crowson. a cannable is going to be in court charged with killing a man who live with his family in harford county. he was facing charges for attacking a student with a baseball bat at morgan state university. a jet blue flight made a emergency landing in philadelphia sunday because of smoke in the cab i can. there were 95 pass -- cabin. there were 95 passengers and 4 crew members on the plane no one was hurt. >> time for a check of the forecast. >> look again. we have a lot of clouds out there and that's the theme to the forecast. maryland's most powerful radar and we will show you temperatures quickly and notice again to the north and west we are into the upper 50s. 69 downtown. maryland's most powerful clouds on top right now scattered showers and south of the city. and we are forecasting showers into the pictures as we go into the lunchtime hour. by the way it's going to start to heat up and we have a heat
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we are southwest. welcome aboard. ♪ applause we are high above times square this morning. that is the helicopter shot from wabc-tv and that helicopter is going to be tracking lady gaga coming right here to times square. there's the countdown. people lining up all night long on our street. they could not wait for lady gaga to be here for the brand-new dvd of her song "applause." we have no idea what she's going to look like, what she's going to say. key know we'll have a lot of fun with lady gaga this morning. >> i know i love this song. i mean we can't stop moving. look at that.
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yeah, and she tweeted about how excited she is to be with us this morning. "good morning america." stay with us for that. also, prince william is speaking out for the first time since he became a dad about his baby george and about his bride, princess kate and the latest also on the surprising headlines about a new investigation into princess diana's death. also this morning, the popular nesn red sox announcer's son jailed for the brutal death of his girlfriend. what his heartbroken dad is saying right now. should your ability to pay mean you can't have a child for fertility treatments? a surprising new way couples are financing their fertility. right now they're asking strangers to help them. yeah, yeah, but it can ruin your family to go after those treatments they're so expensive. >> people are asking for upon for movies. why not? we'll begin with the
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shocking allegations about princess diana's death. authorities now reviewing the new and sensational claim that she was actually murdered by the british government. abc's chief legal affairs anchor with more, dan abrams. talk about a conspiracy. >> oh, yeah. this may be the most thoroughly investigated car crash ever. but when you're talking about the death of princess diana, it seems some will never accept the official finding. after all attributing her death to negligence, mistakes, bad behavior isn't nearly as tantalizing as a claim of murder. it seemed like a terrible accident. and was officially ruled just that, an accident caused by among other things the gross negligence of driver henri paul but now scotland yard is looking into a new claim that princess diana and her boyfriend dodi fayed were actually murdered by british special forces 16 years ago this month. >> whenever you bring in stories about special forces personnel,
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then immediately you've got the prospect of a red hot story. >> reporter: the allegation came in the form of a letter. during a court-martial of sergeant danny nightingale, convicted of illegal gun possession. the letter alleged that a fellow special ops soldier told his wife their unit orchestrated the princess' death and cover-up. >> they had a team of people over there on motorbikes designing, planning the whole operation, waiting with cars, et cetera, so the car would be driven down -- driven at a high speed, driven into the tunnel and the strobe light would be used to disorientat henri paul. >> reporter: it claims the british government had her killed because they saw her as a threat. >> the security services and the monarchy establishment realized this is a big danger.
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>> reporter: he alleges the princess was pregnant and planning on marries fayed and possibly preparing to leak embarrassing information about the prince. the problem, in 2008 after six months of reviewing every piece of evidence during a formal inquest into diana's death, no evidence was found that she was pregnant or engaged or, of course, murdered. >> there was no conspiracy to murder any occupants of that car. >> reporter: buckingham palace has not commented on the allegations and scotland yard is choosing its words carefully saying this is not a reinvestigation, but that they are just scoping the new allegation. now, let's be clear. this accusatory letter came from the estranged parents of the wife of a former intelligence operative. talk about hearsay upon hearsay upon hearsay but when if comes out just as a new book saying the same thing emerges, scotland yard has to at least look into
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it and it's just too good for us not to discuss. >> can you imagine the kind of conspiracy this would have had? >> oh, yeah, the number of people that had to be involved and to have not said anything for all this time is absurd. >> what does scotland yard -- they're not calling it an investigation, they're saying they'll look at the scope of all this. what do they do? >> publicly and privately they're doing two different things. they're saying, look, we are going to say this. they're being careful about what they say. privately i'm sure that they are rolling their eyes and saying, oh, another one of these? we got -- >> at that point they say we looked at it -- >> at least they can say this was looked into without saying reinvestigating it. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks very much. we'll hear from prince william in the next hour speaking about his new baby george. >> the fascination with diana continues. thank you so much, dan. now we turn to the beloved red sox announcer lashing out at his son this morning, jerry remy speaking out about accusations
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his son murdered his girlfriend with the couple's young daughter right there in the apartment. abc's gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: longtime boston red sox announcer jerry remy rarely at a loss for words is now taking a leave of absence from the broadcast booth as his son stands accused of murder. 34-year-old jared remy is accused of attacking jennifer martel, his girlfriend of seven years and the mother of his young daughter as neighbors watched helplessly. >> neighbors tried to help or tried to stop it. we couldn't. >> reporter: his own father, the famed announcer and former red sox star not holding back his anger and grief writing on twitter "son or not, i am at a loss for words articulating my disgust and remorse over this senseless and tragic act. we are heartbroken." police say when they arrived at the couple's apartment thursday martel was already dead. neighbors describing a brutal struggle. remy's clothes were allegedly
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covered in her blood. their child found inside the apartment safe. remy was arrested and has pleaded not guilty. this morning new questions about why remy was even there. just two nights earlier police had arrested him after martel accused him of grabbing her by the neck and slamming her head into a bathroom mirror. >> they were saying that he's very mean to her, he hits her and i said, you know, this looks like a classic case where she's going to end up dead. >> reporter: martel did not show up for court the next day and reportedly told prosecutors she was not coming to seek a restraining order. remy was released without bail though some are now asking why. pointing to allegations of a violent past. >> when someone has been arrested 15 times since 1998 with four assault and batteries it's a simple answer. the man should have been held. >> reporter: this morning the district attorney says all appropriate facts were considered in the interest of public safety and the safety of individuals. and right now jerry remy's granddaughter, that little
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4-year-old girl in the house during the murder is in state custody and, lara, george, so many questions about why remy was even on the streets at all. >> thank you, gio. the weather from sam. we'll start with a picture out of chicago. chicago is one of those places that's had an unusually cool start to august but that doesn't end in chicago. it runs all the way into the mid-atlantic and into the northeast. 60 degrees in washington, d.c. over the weekend, the coolest august temperature since 2004 so this has been unseasonably cool. waiting for summer to return, guess what, the jet stream makes its move to the north. that allows that warm air to go right along with it right up to the border of canada and beyond. so minneapolis, 91 by wednesday, new york city, you're become into the 90s wednesday, washington, d.c., 90 degrees as well. chicagoland you'll hit 90 degrees by the time we get to wednesday. a big adjustment from the cool month you've had until the way this month will probably end on the warm side. here's some of that rain going into the west but it's only in the desert southwest. it really doesn't hit those areas that need it so
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we are back now, 7:42 with lindsay lohan opening up about her road to recovery. the talented but troubled star sat down with oprah winfrey last night talking about substance abuse and how she's finally turning her life around. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: lindsay lohan has been in and out of rehab 1iks times. her failures and run-ins with the law all chronicled,
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photographed and ridiculed but this time she says this time is different. >> i don't think in the past i've ever fully surrendered to the fact that i just need to shut up and listen. in this case i wasn't fighting at all. >> reporter: fresh out of three months of rehab, the star is now opening up to oprah talking about being an alcoholic, her addiction to adderall and going to jail in 2010. >> having all the chaos around me that i was so comfortable with, i somewhere inside knew and kind of wanted to go to jail. >> why? >> just to find some peace. >> reporter: she suggests she's finally on her way to finding that peace. >> i'm different. i feel different. i'm in a different head space. i don't want those things that i wanted before. all right lohan's sit-down with oprah is the latest in her recent attempts to overhaul her tarnished image. in a case of art imitating life, the actress was invited to
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appear on hb o's show "eastbound and down" about a former baseball star trying to make a comeback and reportedly received a standing ovation from the crew after filming. >> lately the reports are very good that she's shown up on time, she's shown up ready to work. >> reporter: on her new website lindsaylohan.com they've posted messages of support, you're almost there. pray hard and do good and yay, linds lindsay, keep moving forward. >> what does that path to recovery look like to you? >> staying present. and clear-headed and focused. >> reporter: earlier this month the 27-year-old former child star guest hosted the show "chelsea lately." >> i saw this recently. lohan needs therapy. yeah. >> reporter: where she described her recent stint in rehab has a 90-day court ordered vacation in malibu. lohan says she really wants to be back on set and start doing
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tv and movies again. she's in the movie "the canyons" which just came out this month and all she's taking is vitamins and nexium for acid reflux and trying to get her life back together. >> something about this time might seem a little different. >> she says she's in a different head space. who knows. she did seem different. >> a day at a i'm. >> when oprah was on, oprah said she felt very positive. >> what everyone has been hoping for. everyone has been hoping she'd pull it together. >> coming up, everybody, prince william's extraordinary first interview since becoming a dad. he's speaking out about his baby and his bride. >> two good things he's got to say. by the way, what if you could win your tuition with just one, one shot, oh, freeze it. freeze, no and then break it and so shoot it, freeze it, break it. we'll be right back. pes. do you think that would be quite an interesting addition to your dry routine? yes. so you like using them? i do.
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the wait is over, over. your morning is about to go gaga. lady gaga. it's been months since we've last seen her. now she's back only on "good morning america." can you say trending on twitter. and she's bringing with her the world premiere of her new video "applause." how shocking will it be? get ready for that gaga style, gaga shock, gaga omg. your morning's about to be filled with "applause." lady gaga live. times square, "good morning
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america" starts, starts now! ♪ >> there we are, high above times square right now as lady gaga about to pull in. there she is, 1959 cadillac el dorado complete with lady gaga right now and you have got to be here this morning. we are surrounded by gaga fans who have been waiting all morning long and there she is. brand-new look. very elegant. >> very elegant. oh, my goodness gracious. 1950s elegance at its finest and love the makeup on her face on this -- the album, the video, we'll talk to her about that and let's check the countdown clock, 29 minutes until you will see her live. talking about that and there she is. >> there she is, lady gaga. >> i mean, it's really cool. >> she does look like an old-fashioned movie star in th car. >> it's like the batmobile. it's fabulous. very excited. all lady gaga fans inside and surrounding the studio, times
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square. honestly it's rocking. >> lara, you're the shoe expert there. >> oh, look at that dress. it's fabulous, as always, gaga outdoing herself. this is understated gaga. >> yeah. >> new. >> gorgeous. >> great shape. looking great. >> also, on the show the prince, william, speaks for the first time since becoming a father. i mean, we'll have other stuff on the show today. look at this. >> kind of hard to focus when you have lady gaga entering the building. >> look at her. she was tweeting about she was looking forward to being on television. hasn't been interviewed for awhile. >> so excited. >> it's been a while since they've had the opportunity to reach out and touch. so close. >> yeah.
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>> i'm looking forward to talking to her about that. she's taken some time off. that hip injury was actually quite serious and she worked out very, very hard and she said it gave her a lot of time to work on this new album. we'll talk all about that. the exclusive video for "applause" airing right here. >> can't wait. >> making that video right now for me -- excruciating. >> josh is in pain. backache happening. thank you, josh. >> prince william speaking about becoming a father for the first time since he did, about young baby george, about his wife, princess kate and about being a father. again, you think -- it looks like it'll come naturally. >> we'll have that coming up and talk to tina brown about that, our royal expert. news from josh. we'll begin in egypt where 24 police officers have been killed in the latest bloodshed in egypt. the officers were killed in the sinai in the eastern part of the country. home to a number of tourist destinations, also near the
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border with israel. meanwhile, the nighttime curfew remains effect in several cities. nearly 900 people have been reportedly killed since the government moved against supporters of ousted president mohamed morsi. jpmorgan chase is under investigation for its hiring practices in china. "the new york times" is reporting that the anti-bribery unit is looking whether the bake hired children of chinese officials in part to help it procure business in china. the jetblue flight had to make an emergency landing in philadelphia after the crew smelled smoke in the cockpit. jetblue says the captain of flight 827 decided to land the plane before it reached its destination as a precaution. no injuries were reported and no word yet as to what caused that smoky smell. you've heard the expression taking the leap, of course, to describe getting married. a sky diver in chicago at the air and water show gave it a
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whole new meaning. dan cook celebrated his last jump before heading off to naval flight school by proposing to his girlfriend, leah, upon the landing. it took him three months to plan it. i will guess it took 35 seconds to get down and do it and thankfully it all worked because she said "yes." that's terrific. >> a lot of nods there. "pop news." >> yes, very exciting. so let's get right to it, shall we? good morning and jennifer aniston begins our "pop news" in london over the weekend promoting "we're the millers" and one of the interviews was with chris dark of bbc radio one. you may remember him. he did a cute interview with mila kunis, 12 million views. kind of hitting on her. well, here he is with jennifer aniston. wondering what about ryan gosling with the ladies.
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take a look. >> i don't get it myself. >> you don't get it? >> no, not the ryan gosling. >> you got to have a little ryan gosling vibe. >> really? i'll take that. >> it's like an innocent very cute but yet, you know, there's a lot more going on. >> pretty safe we're recording this. >> he's got a future. >> really funny, really dry. he then, of course, went on to give her a look at jersey for his favorite team. she's with justin. there are times to pick up and call 911. but not being able to watch "breaking bad" is not one of them. that's what happened in connecticut. residents in such a panic when the cable went out last night. police say they received numerous calls to 911 as you
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might imagine, they were less than pleased. >> really? >> no, no. >> saying cable outage is not a police-related concern. please. >> you know what -- >> you must explain. >> i live in the area and all of a sudden tv went last night and i rebooted the cable box like seven times. fell asleep on my couch. >> you did not call 911. >> i did not. >> because "breaking bad," not a reason to call 911. >> amen. >> really glad we can clarify that. >> sorry. and finally this morning, in "pop news," when the title of a florida rengata is anything that floats, you know you might see some interesting boats. that's what went down off key largo this weekend. amateur boat builders taking to the water in vessels carefully crafted out of, anything, like zip tie, bubble wrap. coffee jugs. i'm not sure what that is and i don't think it made it to the finish line. the winner was a boat called
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barnacle babes and the big blue whale made out of a recycled drum barrel. they smoked competition including my favorite, duct tape dynasty, the winner and d uchuc tape dynasty went down. now it's time for sam and the weather. >> by the way, afternoon in key largo, doing it right, everything floats. let me show you. look at the press here for lady gaga. look at the crowds across the street in times square. so much so that they're in front of the toys "r" us and then look at these gorgeous faces, the folks that have been waiting all day long to see lady gaga. just had a chance to say hi to her as she walked into the studio. she looks fantastic and you'll see her in just a second. let's get to the boards. one or two things we thought we'd share with you. the heat going on into the southwest.
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scorching in vegas, albuquerque, 92, oklahoma city, 90, as well. in those areas like boise and billings that have been so warm and so hot, i'm going to include redding in this, as well, that it's just -- it's a bad situation with the drought and it's worse with these numbers. that continues again. also continuing the rain in the southeast, i wish there were some way i could tell you it was going to dry out but it just isn't. not today. [ cheers and applause ] >> all right, so, sebastian, did
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she sign it. >> yes, she signed it. >> marco. >> yeah, she signed it. >> signing autographs, we've got lady gaga coming up but, lara, what else? >> what a morning on "gma" and here's a look at the "morning menu." prince william speaking out for the first time. it's his first interview since becoming a dad and talks about what his life is like now. and as sam just said, lady gaga is here faking over times square and we'll talk to her live before the exclusive world premiere of her new music video, give us some applause, baby and debut of the new video games, disney infinity, so many of your favorite disney characters, they're all in one place. it's a monster mash-up and it's all coming up live on "good morning america." ♪ "gma's morning menu" is brought to you by the makers of centrum, the most recommended, preferred and studied multivitamin brand. [ male announcer ] frequent heartburn? the choice is yours.
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>> you were comfortable there. >> i felt, again, it was -- it's not somewhere i enjoy being but i know that in the position i'm in that's what's required of me to do and i think it's one of the things that i'm, you know, it's nice that people want to see george so, you know -- i'm just glad he wasn't screaming. >> came out of the car seat we had some warning you might be doing that. fathers around the planet will be cursing you for doing it so easily. >> believe me, it wasn't my first time and i know there's speculation that. i was terrified i would -- it would fall off or wasn't going to close properly so i had actually practiced with that seat. >> your decision to drive off, i remember that moment as well. that was the most nerve-racking thing for me having my family in the car but that was something you were clearly determined to do. >> well, i can be. i'm as independent as i want to be and same as catherine and harry. we've all grown up differently to other generations and i very
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much feel if i can do it myself i want to do it myself and there are times you can't do it yourself and the system takes over or it's appropriate to do things different lew by i think driving your son and your wife away from hospital was really important to me and i don't like fuss so much easier to do it yourself. >> and you didn't stall. >> it's an automatic. >> prince william, let's talk about it with our royal expert tina brown author of "the diana chronicles" and editor in chief of the daily beast. what a charming interview. >> he's such an charming guy. all those people skills that his father never had but he really does. >> also making the point very clearly that he's very self-conscious about doing that. >> absolutely and, you know, the fact that he's done it himself with the car and even though they seem accessible it's been thought about too because he's trying to make the point i'm a regular, you know, accessible
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modern prince. >> he had to practice the car seat. i don't blame him because i had to do the car seat -- i had no idea how to do it the first time. >> would not have been very amusing if he couldn't do it. >> we've seen them break so much new ground in so many ways. what does this peen for the little baby george? >> well, i think, you know, what was so great actually about princess diana, she herself raised william and harry to be regular princes. they went down water slides and went to the zoo and she took them to see homeless shelters, things that never happened before so i think you'll see an even greater path he will take his child in the same way, kate and he. they will obviously try to do everything they can to make this child it modern and unpretentious and not fussy and grand and all those things a royal prince is. >> now we've heard from prince william. in a few weeks we'll hear from kate for the first time.
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>> that will be an epic -- she's playing it so flawlessly. she's been there with her parents, you know, in the country. >> so great to see it in his face. he looks like a very happy dad. >> he's so content. when he mentioned his dog that he's crazy about you feel this is a family now and it's very appealing. >> certainly is. tina brown, thanks very much. >> thank you. got to go across to what's up next in the "heat index." lara? >> nothing bigger than this, george. get over here. it does not get any hotter than lady gaga. we've been counting down. we have been counting down all morning long. all week long for that matter for the exclusive world premiere of gaga's brand-new music video "applause." the first single off her album. already numb one in dozens of countries. [ cheers and applause ] and we're going to see it exclusively in just a moment. first i want to catch up with you. hi. how are you. greetings to gaga.
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>> welcome back. you look fantastic. you look lovely. >> i love the look. you pulled up in that vintage cadillac. >> yeah. >> and you were old world glamour. >> thank you. i can't believe i was in an el dorado. >> so the first question we've all been wondering, how are you feeling with the hip. i was reading actually quite serious. i didn't know you actually broke your hip. >> we didn't know actually. i had no idea i broke my hip until i think it was the third mri that i had because we had to do quite a few tests to really figure out what was wrong but i'm okay now and i really, really worked on my rehab very diligently and i thought about nothing but my fans every minute since that tour ended. >> working on the rehab. that must have been arduous. >> it was intense and especially because i'm such an active person and i love performing so much, it was -- it was challenging to stop performing. that was the hardest part, not
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seeing the fans, not performing, not playing music, but you'll actually see one of the scenes of video i actually rehearsed lying down a lot. i did. i couldn't help myself. i use -- i would play the song and just do the choreography on my back and dend visualize the and thought of them every second. we did 99 shows and i guess my accident happened 20 shows before it was over, so -- >> it had to be incredibly painful. they have not taken one moment not to think of you. they are pressed up against the glass all around times square and they're very glad to have you back. as are we. when i look at this, when i look at this and look at the new look and see the image on "applause," tell me what's behind the whole, you know, creation of the look here. >> well, when we were on set we did a lot of different looks in this video so you're going to see that soon but they're each very representative of different
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parts of me as well as my obsession with transforming and transforming is magic so this particular image, we put this sort of clown makeup on my face as an ode to the jester who looks for your applause and as i was performing in the -- on the set, i started to feel really emotional and sad because i hadn't seen my fans for a long time and it's very different performing for a camera than performing for 50,000 people. it feels different and i truly miss them so i took my hands and i smudged the makeup down my face like here and i began to cry while i was singing "applause." what i mean is not that i live for attention but i live for making you happy and that's when the applause happens, when the audience loves it. >> we even talked a little about the chair and the audience because for you, this chair represents communicating to your fans in the way that you have. >> yes, it absolutely does.
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and with art pop i really wanted to create a musical and visual language that shows that my fans and i, we talk in images all the time on the internet. not just to one another but through pictures and videos and through art. i'm little 7 monsters.com which is a social media site we built dedicated to little monsters i talk to them constantly and this chair is really indicative of what i want to say with this campaign. i'm not just a musician, i'm also a creative mind. >> how did having -- being forced no the to perform for awhile how did ha change your creative process? >> it made it much more intense and amazing because i couldn't do anything else but create. i couldn't dance. i couldn't rock. i couldn't anything so i sat on the couch and i worked every day and i wrote all my ideas down and i obsessed about the music. >> i read someplace you called it your gazing period. >> i'm working with jeff on some
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new art projects and robert wilson and the music and video and jeff talks about art, i literally just -- i sit there like this and fan myself. meanwhile, he's so incredible but the gazing ball is something that he's used in his work and in his previous -- most recent exposition at the symposium and he talks about looking into the gazing ball and really, really having a transient doesncscende experience. >> you got to get up to the roof. >> yes. >> more lady gaga coming up. the new video and in just a couple of minutes. >> yeah, you go. we're going to show you the video. right now we'll continue on the "heat index." there's the camera. so while gaga heads upstairs we'll turn to a controversial new way that families are struggling with infertility trying to realize their dreams of having a baby raises money
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online. abc's bianna golodryga has the story. >> reporter: they say it takes a village to raise a child. >> i got four under five. we could run a full court. >> reporter: what about to conceive one? >> we knew we couldn't do it on our own much we knew we needed something. >> reporter: mean pippa and aaron. they had trouble getting pregnant. >> at first i did start to feel broken. something inside of me wasn't working so i must be broken. >> reporter: but unlike most couples they're now turning to strangers on the internet to pay for ivf treatments. >> people have shared it and said we want them to have a baby. >> reporter: so far the pizzornos have raised $4500 out of their $18,000 goal thanks to youcaring.com. it allows users to raise money for all kinds of causes is part of a new online trend called crowd funding made popular by the website kickstarter, crowd funding has been used to launch
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businesses, but crowd funding for fertility? that's brand-new. even mommy blogger vanessa bell never heard it unless she stumbled across their page and decided to donate. >> it's for moms struggling to conceive. >> reporter: there's the risk that their crowd funding efforts could be in vain. >> ivf is not 100% successful every cycle. it could be anywhere from 12 to $20,000 per cycle and, again, there's no guarantee that it will only take one cycle to result in a live birth. >> reporter: still they remain hopeful that their dreams of a family will come true. althrough the click of a mouse and the kindness of strangers. for "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, new york. >> something those folks think about every day. it's been a revolutionary morning. a new disney game that takes all your favorite characters into
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>> check it out right there. look at this crowd in times square this morning. here we are high above times square. everyone is ready for the big moment just seconds away. >> i think actually no seconds away. i believe it is now time. the excitement for this video at a fever pitch, "applause" trending like crazy on twitter. all of your monsters so excited for this moment. >> thank you, guys. i love you. >> can we get the countdown to go? >> let's do it. >> the worldwide exclusive for lady gaga's music video "applause," the first single from her upcoming album "art pop." four, three, two, one, gaga. ♪ ♪ ♪ i stand here waiting for you to bang the gong ♪
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♪ to crash the critic saying is it right or is it wrong ♪ ♪ if only fame had an iv baby could i bear being away from you ♪ ♪ i found the vein put it here ♪ i live for the applause applause applause i live for the applause-plause ♪ ♪ live for the applause-plause live for the way that you cheer and scream for me ♪ ♪ the applause applause applause ♪ ♪ give me that thing that i love turn the lights on ♪ ♪ put your hands up make 'em touch touch make it real loud ♪ ♪ give me that thing that i love turn the lights on ♪ ♪ put your hands up make 'em touch touch make it real loud ♪ ♪ a-p-p-l-a-u-s-e make it real loud ♪ ♪ a-p-p-l-a-u-s-e put your hands up make 'em touch touch ♪ ♪ a-p-p-l-a-u-s-e make it real loud ♪ ♪ a-p-p-l-a-u-s-e put your hands up make 'em touch touch ♪
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loud ♪ ♪ a-p-p-l-a-u-s-e put your hands up make 'em touch touch ♪ ♪ a-r-t-p-o-p [ cheers and applause ] >> how was it for you to see this over all times square? >> "applause" today and seeing it on the billboards in times square is a total dream come true. >> what do you imagine when you see it now? >> the video? >> yes. >> i love it so much and i'm so impressed by it as we shot it. they're so incredibly genius and i really felt like i could be myself in this video and i felt they captured an energy in me. >> an energy in so many different ways, there was a lot going on there. >> yes, there is. >> a whole bunch. well, thank you for sharing with us. thank you for the premiere. right now we want to go down to some fans but first to sam who is down there in times square.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> george, gaga, i got to tell you, i have never seen every monitor in times square lit up with lady gaga face, the presidio playing right there. we all saw it for the first time. >> it was great. >> it was incredible to stand here, the traffic buzzing around times square, they're directing traffic around all of you. what an incredible moment. let's get to the boards. thank you guys for hang out with us this morning. to the boards. show you what's going on on our gaga monday, by the way. here's how it looks into the northeast and the mid-atlantic and all the way around the great lakes. it has been cool for awhile. are you tired of a cool summer? all right. well, get ready to warm it up because today you might not notice that the temperatures are coming baqubah in the next couple of days you will and before we're out of august, in this part of the country we're back into the 90s. quick look at the big board as it flies by. we're still going to be incredibly dry and incredibly hot in the northwest and we have
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a got all of that rain going on in the southeast yet again today. be prepared for more flooding whenever that rain kicks up it could easily be 1 to 2 inches of >> all that weather was brought to you by pure reason no. i just want to say how much fun it was with a crowd of all ages sitting up there watching that lady gaga video. lara, what's up? >> hey, sam, i am up in the marquee with fans very excited because in just a moment, this runway, we'll have gaga. to say hello to her fans. how are you guys? what did you think of the video? >> it was amazing.
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it blew my mind. nothing i've ever seen before. i'll have to watch it 10,000 times. >> she's overcome the hip injury and i heard a lot of you saying she's back. >> she is back! thank you, gaga, for being back. i love you. >> i'm glad you love her. she loves you. all of her little monsters. what would you want to ask her? >> gaga, i want to mow if you can describe the moment when you first heard applause in your head. >> why don't we ask her. gaga, are you ready to come in? >> you know what, fans, i'm not going to make you wait. [ cheers and applause ] >> let's do it. >> right down here. let's stay with the fans.
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so everybody here, she is back. how did you feel when you walked in. >> i'm really -- i'm just so happy to see the world and i'm so glad you love it. >> you're beautiful. >> i love you so very much. >> we have some news too. we have news actually. we know that you're going to be at the vmas but you may not know, you're opening the vmas. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm so excited. >> you know what i need to know, have you thought about what you'll wear? >> oh, yes. very much. we've been planning this for a year and i've been -- we planned this video for a really long time and we love you so much and we appreciate you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. >> i know that the record was supposed to come out today. it came out early. >> yes.
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>> i don't think anybody here has a problem with that. >> well, no, but for me, you know, my kind of music that i make is the kind that you look at so i really wanted everyone to see the video when they heard the song for the iffers time but we did have to go early because of leaks but i'm so happy that you got to see the full vision today of the song. [ cheers and applause ] >> come on up here. they want me to take you up to the window. come up here. say hello to your fans, gaga. unbelievable. everybody, you saw it here first. lady gaga, "applause." >> hello. >> more to come right here on "good morning america." coming up we'll go to infinity and beyond in the revolutionary disney video game but right now we'll be right back.
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[ cheers and applause ] look at that shot high above times square this morning. we have so much excitement going on here today. it's not going to stop. >> not at all. >> this is something pretty cool from our parent company disney. it's called disney infinity. a brand-new game where all of the disney characters are available to everyone who plays at any time creating an endless
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amount of games. >> you can take any character with any background and put him in any game at any time. >> maddie and jack are playing it. >> plug in one of the characters into their console and there they are. they are off and running. you can end up in any movie. any game and mix and match. >> it's called the mash-up. that's the cool -- so already one of the top gaming magazines called "game trailers" has called it a source of constant amusement and i quote, there's never been anything quite like it before. those are fighting words and right now we'll turn times square into our own personal disney game. >> check it out. >> infinity base and you and i, george, will jump on. >> we plug in your characters. >> where are we? >> there we are. >> where? >> oh, my gosh. >> i think you're up -- we're
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playing with sully right there. >> i want to kick it. >> it's working. >> wait. >> go. whoo! we're having a good time. >> are we winning or losing? mr. incredible right there. >> mr. incredible. >> sam. >> so, wait. >> jump on and let's see what happens. let's see what we've got going on. where are we? oh, there we are. right there. how can this all be happening in times square right now? >> you look so cute. >> i can pick any character i want and plug it in like captain jack sparrow could like rush me into whatever game i wanted to choose. yeah, look at that. >> that is's awesome. >> and there's josh. >> there's josh even. josh's back is feeling so much better. it's so clear. >> he's happy he's getting a lift from captain jack sparrow. feels better. >> wait. >> look at this. >> the lone ranger and there we
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go. so this is unbelievable and it's so interactive. >> come on up. >> okay, i'll try. i don't want to ruin -- it looks like you're winning. >> when you're sitting at home and you play with the kids more than anything in the world. they want to be in the game and they want to react to the characters that they know that they see in the movies. >> harper can take ariel and put it into the console and have ariel show up in "the lone ranger" and play some game there. it's incredible. >> and interact with her. >> in mine you have a boy and girl and this is awesome because arielle can kick butt against captain jack who jack would want. >> and bring the incredibles in and get all of that there. >> the possibilities never end. >> all right. not only -- >> on and on and on. >> it's now available for wii, playstation 3 and your xbox 360 and play it on anything you have at home. up next, mia hamm, brandi chastain, julie foudy, all here live talking about a brand-new
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documentary. you may remember that award-winning '99 season which made soccer such a big, big deal in every household and it was the women that did it. the women that brought it in so we'll talk live to them about this documentary. >> in the meantime, can i take you on? >> you, me and mr. incredible. incredible.
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friday, you'll be glad you came to this. ♪ i'm glad you came >> it's the wanted in a red hot and live concert party in the park. ♪ i'm glad you came i'm glad you came ♪ >> only on "good morning america's" summer concert series presented by famous footwear. ♪ this has been an incredible morning. but let me tell you it doesn't get much better than this. three three ladies changed the world in a big way in 1999. honored to stand with all three of tlayers in soccer history probably, mia hamm, brandihastain, julie
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foudy are all here. part of that incredible 1999 world cup team that won it all and it not only made a big deal for soccer in households all over the country really and truly opened the door for everybody to love the game of soccer but made a huge difference in women's sports. welcome, you guys, first of all, i just want to say welcome to all of you for stands and hanging out with us. i want to show just a little bit of the clip so people know we're talking about the '99 -- let's take a look and then we'll talk about it. >> just a practice. >> yeah. >> do you remember the days when we couldn't get many people to our games. >> yes. >> this is great. >> let's stay focused because it's a bit of a circus here. let's stay focused. >> mia, how do you deal with all the hype and attention. >> excuse me. i'm trying to get out of the way. >> what do you mean, all this? [ cheers and applause ] >> first of all, what is it like to see yourselves in that video in 1999? we won't say -- you could do the
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path but that was a few years ago. >> let's not do the math. >> i'm glad we pluck our eyebrows now. >> yeah. we were probably a little more polished but obviously a lot younger. >> miss those days. >> like really having fun, clear, just practically kids having fun at the game. julie, let's start. you were one of the producers of the '99 -- you narrated a lot of the movie. what made you want to get everybody back together and kind of look at it again? >> well, i think the message, you know, that i love about this film it's all insider footage a lot of it it, craziness, bad dancing, be forewarned, sam. bad hair. yes. and but the neat thing there was this love for each other, this joy, there's laughter and i think nowadays you see sometimes kids with sports and it's very serious and it's very competitive and intense and this is fun and that's what that journey was about that summer. >> you guys know that better than anyone else. kids today have a lot of pressure that you guys, did you have it when you were playing
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the game or were you really just playing the game for the love and the fun of the game? >> i think we loved being together. i think we loved the game and i don't think we knew any better. it was just we were going out there to do our best to be our best so we would help our teammates be better so our team could be successful and you know we love each other on the field and i think we love and respect each other off the field even more. >> there was also a time when we only -- have just a few seconds left. but a big time that changed sports for women in general and celebrating the 40th anniversary. just talk a second about that. >> what i love about this, it was such a conscientious group and understood there was something greater than just that moment in time and that's what makes me so proud of being with this group of women. >> and by the way do you have any tips for josh because he was actually going to be playing goalie against you guys. it may be that he was a little afraid and didn't want to do it but his back was out. do you have any -- what's the tip for the back? >> a little core strengthening. >> oh.
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not heat and -- >> not that he doesn't have a strong core. >> 99ers. on that note we should mention our own robin roberts is an executive producer on that fantastic "nine for ix" series. fantastic look at women's sports. i don't know that there's a bigger moment in women's sports. thanks. >> thanks, sam. >> we'll be right back. @÷
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"good morning america's" brought to you by chevy certified service. certified peace of mind thanks to the service experts at your local chevy dealers. >> fun way to start a week. >> yes. >> there it is. disney infinity right there. check out that game on wii, xbox and all kinds of other places. thanks to lady gaga. what a terrific morning she gave us on "gma." there it was, that was the moment the world debut of "applause" and we were so happy to have it here on "good morning america." >> what a great day. hope you have a wonderful monday. we'll see you tomorrow on "good morning america."
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it's 8:56 good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle many an accused cannable will plead guilty but not criminally responsible for the death of another man. alexander kinyua is charged with killing a man and separate charges i've tacking a student with a baseball bat. preparations are understay for the maryland state fair that runs through labor day and kicks off friday. carly ray jepson and they will be there taking the stage. here mike masco and he is here to let you know how temperatures are looking right now. >> yeah. hey, weather is going to be good for the friday. but this morning, covered smoothered with the clouds temperatures in the 60s north of the beltway. downtown, around 70 and on maryland's most powerful radar we have scattered showers working. i think some of that crosses
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into the city this afternoon. by the way, the heat is building out to the west that's in here later this week temperatures close to 90 by tomorrow and we have to get through the below average day today. 80 going to 88 for the day on tuesday. wednesday 89 degrees. and showers and thunderstorms by thursday and friday here's lauren with traffic. >> reporter: right now there a a crash on miller island road. and in baltimore city watch out for another crash on east 30th street. if you are a traveling into the city the jfx free of delays. 59 south of white marsh not. southbound at the beltway and 695 major improvements in parkville a 12 minute ride on the outer loop from 95 up to 83 and no problems right now on the west side inner loop clear at instate 70 and 11 minutes from 795 to 95. that's the timesaver traffic in we are done the doctors is up next. >> enjoy the show and we will see you tomorrow morning starting at 4:30. we hope you join us. see you tuesday. it guides you to a number that will change your life:
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>> this could happen to you: >> this all started with a scab n your ear, which turned to cancer which lead to her ear having to be removed. >> sherry's story looks and sounds like science ibeing -- fiction, but it's real. >> cartilage was used to make a new ear before being implanted into her forearm to
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grow. >> 5 months you are looking at your forearm and seeing what will be your future ear.>> an a you have to see to believe. >> then a premature delivery. >> i unexpectedly went into labor, i had jessie at 27 weeks. he was a micro-premie, weighs 2 pounds one ounce. >> on the verge of death , there was only one option to save his life. >> when the doctors told you the fecal transplant had to come from you, huheard of that re? what did you think? >> medical miracles. >> it seems like anything is possible! >> today on "the doctors"! ♪ befo [ applause ] ♪ >> have you ever heard or read about a medical miracle that left you shaking your head with disbelief? >> with continuing advancements in modern medicine it seems like anything'spossible. today we feature medical miracle that is made it into
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the record books and changed the lives of our guests forever. >> let's start with the exclusiv story of a medical miracle, that was 5 years in the making. >> sherry's story, it sounds and looks like science fiction, e but it's 100 real. something you have to see -- 100% real. something you have to see to believe. >> it started with a scab on the inner ear and the dermatologist said it was basal cell cancer. i was devastated, shocked. it spread through my ear and neck and lymph nodes so i had to have 36 lymph nodes my temporal bone, the ear drum, and half of my ear was removed. >> the surgery took 16 hours. >> ved, was crying. i didn't know how i was gonna wake up and what i was gonna look like. i was scared. >> the first question was, i what does it look like? >> it's a difference, when you
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look at a site that used to have an ear, and now it was a hook, only about 1 third of the ear. >> when they said i could do something to reconstruct, i t see how it was possible. >> it sounded like science fiction. >> the doctor was commited to doing a lot of sudidn'es and the first step was putting the tissue in my arm that would stretch the skin and make it big enough to have an ear put insidergeri, on the left side. the surgery came to take rib cartilage off of three ribs, and the doctor cut it, shaved it down, and they inserted the ear. that skin literally grew and adhered to the ear. >> you n see this here sitting inside of her arm, it was amazing. >> i can't believe he did that. are you serious?ca definitely the lighter side of it, i say, talk

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