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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with cat kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everyby. it is a wines day wednesday, hump day. april 13th. this is by one of our new faves. we got a really good show for you today, including academy award winner kevin costner. >> what?
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he's got a new movie called "criminal," unlike anything you've ever seen from him before. he's excellent. >> he did a great job. this is cool. we have a beauty expert here to show off makeup trends taking the internet by storm. it's called clown or color contouring. right now she is applying this kind of dramatic makeup to our model. this is meant to cover up imperfections but when you look at it at first you say, oh, my gosh, what is she doing. here's what's pretty cool. you're going to be able to access the entire process coming up on our facebook page via facebook live. get your devices ready and later we'll reveal the results. but as you see, this looks crazy right now. >> hard to believe she is going to blend all of that in. >> greens and reds. >> i would have stopped her at that point. green is not my color.
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performance from a swedish 16-year-old who won "sweden's got talent" when she was 10. she's going to blow you away. and the down low all the beauty and style items you need. yesterday i left here and went to have a little brief lunch downtown. i'm not down there very often but everybody told me about pete's tavern which is like a landmark. it is really old and it's got a million pictures on the wall. it's just one of those neat places that feels cozy the minute you walk in. so as i was leaving, there's -- that's gary. i get in trouble when i say "how's so and so?" i get in trouble. i don't know what happened to pete but i hope he is alive and well. i want to thank gary.
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pals, doug morris and l.a. reed. >> it is a small world, hoda. >> by the way, doug's hands -- hot. >> i got some words of wisdom. >> ready? >> happiness often sneaks in the door -- >> start again. >> okay. happiness often sneaks in the door you didn't think was open. john barrymore. >> senior or junior? >> happiness often sneaks in a door you didn't know was open. >> are you happy, hodie? >> yes. >> you weren't expecting that. >> you're right.
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>> another thing you owe to jo nameless. there was a survey done that found that 57% of workers admit to judging their peers by how neat their desks are. or messy their desks are. >> yeah. so the number one annoyance is that people have messy, messy work spaces. i wouldn't think that's the first thing. i would say if the person is just rude or self-centered. >> i think it is weird that someone -- i would never judge anyone for having a messy desk. >> because you have a messy desk. >> yes. >> well, they say it's weird if something has a perfect desk, nothing on it. that's a control freak. take a look at each of our dressing rooms. this is you reading. you have your pictures, your
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look at your tape dispenser. i was eating that orange. >> sometimes it's pizza. >> sometimes it's been there. >> we have a question. what kind of a work space do you prefer? these are the two choices. clutter free, or control d chaos? with "controlled" in parentheses. >> if there's chaos, there's no control. >> i can find anything on my desk. if you were to s where are yesterday's scripts, i wouldn't know where they are. >> or in your purse with your bowling ball. here's the thing. the question that was asked -- you always do this! you always try to change the question! >> there was a woman who had stuff on a person's desk. right? remember, you worked for her. >> that has nothing to do with the question. >> yes.
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and paperclips in the other. >> i could have worked for a boss that walked over to my desk and said what's going on here? she plucked the two tacks out of the paperclip thing and put them in the tack thingie which i thought was totally cray. but that's what she did. >> when i heard the story from you, i thought, ou know what? tacks can hurt a person. i'm going to get those tacks out because i see them and i'm going to put them in the little tack drawer. otherwise, somebody's going to reach for -- >> tighthat's not what you were thinking. you were thinking you like it neat. we're getting rid of the wine bot. chaos or -- what were yours ain? neat freak. >> clutter-free. how can you work? >> neat freak.
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>> i love you! what? no one's even interested. >> the whole thing was supposed to be are you judging somebody. >> no, you're changing the question. helen mirren is dying for a role in an upcoming movie. i don't understand this? she could be in any movie she wants to be. she said it is her dream role. >> we're going to play a game. we have three options. we're going to try to guess which one is her dream role. new "star wars" movie, the new fast and furious movie is two, or the new "bay watch" film. >> she gave her answer during an interview with a british television host. >> you are gunning to be in a big action utanchise. >> yes. "fast and furious." i would love to be in "fast and furious." >> are you kiding? >> no.
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that's an incredible fun movies. aren't they? they're just -- you don't act. amazing, they set all these things and things explode all around you. oh, it's unbelievable fun. and that with cars would be my eam come true. >> so put that in your wine bot and drink it. >> wait a minute. you know what's funny? she said she wanted to be in "fast and furious." arnold schwarzenegger is -- how old is he? >> up there. >> there are a lot of people -- i don't know why it was such a big deal. >> she's so refined. but -- don't you love her? so here's a question. do you have a home phone, a landline, the kind of phone that you -- like that, in your house. do you know that nearly half of u.s. households no longer have land lines?
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they figure like why am i going to have that. we got to talking about land lines. >> it made us nostalgic. didn't it? >> did you have your own -- >> i never had my own phone. no, no, back in the 1800s that was not possible. according to the national center for health statistics, fewer than one-third of people age 25 to 34 have home phones. that makes sense because they've had a cell phone since they were kids. >> i like a home phone. i remember so clear, we weren't allowed to have phones in our rooms. or boys. or even boys on the phone. we couldn't have that. we had nothing. we had zero. but i still remember the feeling of when the phone rang running to get it and hoping it was for you. when it was for you, you -- whenever you heard a little click click, i knew that my sister was on the other line. or my brother. i know you're on the other end, i can hear you breathing. and it was busy, whether it was busy. >> remember the emergency call
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will you -- does that ever happen still? calling collect. >> i just remember whenever the phone was long distance even if we lived in virginia and the call was from west virginia, "it's long distance!" nouyw my sister calls me from dubai, i'm like, i'm really busy, i'll call you back later. >> you talk to your sister in n in dubai every day? >> yeah. few times. >> it was >> i have one. we live next to the water and our reception is really bad sometimes. you get better service on the land. >> you also need one that's not electric. i mean it is like an old-fashioned one because if the power does go out the only -- >> you're going to like this part better. yet one more sex study. are you in a relationship and wondering if you're having
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>> marvin gaye and "get it on." a new study says you don't have to get busy every day to be happy. they're saying if you have sex monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, as opposed to someone who just has sex friday, you're equally as happy. >> what about saturday? just kidding. here's the thing. if it's bad sex, you don't want it. i'd rather have good sex once a month -- >> right. than bad sex. >> any time naturally than a lot of bad sex which you have, hoda. . you told me. don't you love it when other people tell you how happy you are because of your -- what's lacking or not taking place in your own sex life? it's nobody's business! >> i think s.e.c. is one of those things people don't like talking about it -- >> you do. >> i do not. i think some people don't know how often people are doing it, what's normal. we'll collection in with our cloud contouring.
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now she's starting to mush it up a little bit. it's blending -- >> no, it's not. oh, my gosh, she still looks clownish. but keep your eye on it. we'll watch the whole entire process on facebook ve. i still can't believe that's going to work. it is just criminal. oscar winner kevin costner like you've never seen him before to talk to him about one of his most challenging roles hi dad. uh huh. yeah...sorry about that. think about it there must be higher love down in the heart what do you think? and in the stars above hi ted, glad you could join us, we think you' re going to like these numbers. bring me a higher love i could rise above brandon thinks hellmann's is heaven in a jar. that's bocause our ingredients come from places like...
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kevin costner spent the last four decades by making women swoon by playing everything from a lieutenant, to a hunky baseball catcher boyfriend in "bull durham" who could forget his role as whitney houston's protector in "the bodyguard." >> but his latest role is showing us a whole new side in "criminal." costner plays a cold-blooded killer who is tapped by the
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in a sci-fi experiment that transfers a dead man's memories into his brain. he joins us with the film's director. but first, take a look at this. >> you guys, we have orders. you thought you could trust him. >> billy! remember! remember! >> you've got me confused with somebody else. >> scary. welcome to the director of this movie. you did a great job. probably with kevin sitting here, you don't get too many questions, right? >> i'm enjoying watching him. >> you brought out a great performance. you start out as this very scary
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you going to look at me. >> i was just going to see how he was handling it. >> you don't know where this movie is going to go. this is really uncharted scientific territory but it is -- >> it starts with animals and obviously everybody is going to try to make that jump to -- i think when it comes to memory, i think any one of us don't want to lose track of the people we love. if somebody said to me i can give you your memory back, i would take that. i don't want to fer get the orget the names of my children. >> you played two drastically different characters in one. how did you tap into that psychopathic horrible guy? >> i didn't feel i was any of those guys. this guy is a survivor with a lot of street instincts and he is reactive in a way most normal people are. there is a scene where he's having coffee, having a very good time and he's almost
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will, don't know if he's speaking in french or spanish and he's so happy for a moment an somebody ruins that for him. then he quickly reverts back to somebody -- >> i don't want to give it away so i'm not going to ask the question. there is a limit to how much this scientific stuff can work. >> yes. >> so you go back and forth quite often because it is not perfect. a great challenge acting wise. >> they feel like they can control me but they can't. i think because of that criminal element, it gave me some freedom and the level of violence is spontaneous and it is fun to watch. >> a lot of that stuff, when you see the fight scenes, they seem realistic. how much of that was scripted stuff and how much of that was just sort of happening as it was going? >> most of it was scripted. but -- >> the choreography of it, somebody says you can be four people. we've seen a lot of movies where someone goes in and they somehow
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and this instance, it was scripted what happens. but i work really hard on days off to go over there and go, what is the resourceful quality of the guy who survives in prison. i think that's why you enjoy that scene because anything and everything is fair game. >> you take the place in your brain of a cia agent. don't want to give too much away again. but he had a beautiful marriage and a beautiful child and i think the best part of the movie is when you start to see that in you in response to this precious wife and child. >> that's why i love the story. >> well, it is a terrific movie. i think a lot of people are going to like it. >> i loved it. i didn't know what to expect. when did i know love a kevin costner movie? >> when did anyone not love a kevin c ostner movie? >> congratulations.
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it's time to get connected with "today" contributor liliana vasquez. the hottest style and beauty apps that you are going to need on your phone. >> when i shop online i end up having thousands of tabs open from different stores. the cool thing about -- >> that drains your phone, too. >> it does. the cool thing about this new app allows you to bring all of those items in one centralized location. here is how it works. you log on to the app. whe en you go on the home page, it is called trending. you can scroll through. these are items that are trending on their site. if you see something you like, for example i love that dress. >> i want to get that for cassidy! >> you can buy it or you can keep it and add it to one of your collection so let's say i want to add it for my friend's bridal shower.
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what you see here is actually all of these different collections. you can shop within your collection. you said shoes. >> look at those shoes. >> i can go in here, i can buy those shoes, i can -- >> wait a minute. those shoes are almost $500. >> ignore shop directly through the store website, then go right back and continue shopping. >> is it clothes or do they also have other things? >> home -- t >> do they have birthday cakes? >> happy birthday! >> you guys! >> you are awesome. we love you, we love having our little sister on the show.
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hamilton bridge. 10:27 on this wednesday, april 13th. good morning. i'm michael gargiulo. thousands of verizon workers along the east coast are now on strike. they went to the picket lines in midtown manhattan and other ci ties at 6:00 a.m. the workers have been without a contract since august. they say negotiations are at a standstill. verizon says neither side benefits from a strike. the company also says non-union employees will fill in for the striking workers. chilly this morning, cool but pleasant by the afternoon, 57 for a high. tonight 51 with a few clouds. tomorrow a warming trend starts. we could get up to 61 degrees. friday stays sunny, 62. saturday 64 and nice for you on sunday. >> n> up next on the "today" show with kathie lee and hoda, how you can tackle the beauty world's biggest trend. joining us for "news 4 new york"
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we are back on this wines day wednesday. since today is national scrabble day, we thought we'd quiz ourselves on board games. kath is across the street ready to hand out $100 to anybody who gets the answers right. those who don't -- yes, it is a kathie lee cd! joining me in studio, co-founder of mental floss and we're doing board games, aren't we?
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>> national scrabble day. >> we are so ready. >> i have two very sweet ladies from michigan. one has recently moved here. welcome. this is your question, sweetie. what is the name of the patient in the board game operation? is it patient pat, cavity sam,jack. >> patient pat. >> no. >> the correct answer is -- cavity sam. >> now cavity sam has fortunately recovered from many of the ailments from when we were kids but unfortunately he has many more modern maladies, like gamer's thumb, headphone headaches. >> by the way, i got tennis elbow from taking selfies. i think that's a thing now. kath, over to you. >> okay. where are you from? >> i'm from buffalo, new york. >> you look adorable. identify this 1995 film about a
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>> i didn'ttthink she was old enough. amazed. robin williams. it is based on the zulu word which means many effects. >> okay. over to you. >> a guy from texas. which of these is not an orange murder weapon in the board game clue. candlestick? rope? a trophy. >> trophy. >> wow. >> you know what's interesting? the people know about these old board games. like clue. especially somebody as young as that guy. >> trophy was not one of the original weapons but it actually is in the current game. they changed it. there are now nine weapons in the game. >> do they still have the same . mustard -- colonel mustard? >> some are the same but they've ded some new ones to spice it up. >> kath, over to you. >> from ohio.
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not accepted in scrabble. swag, werk, or grr. >> werk? >> so werk is not a word? >> it's not one of those. but i do have a word for you. remember -- >> what is it. >> oxiphenbutisone. next time you are playing scrabble, it is the most valuable word at almost 2,000 points. i'm sure that opportunity will come up. >> it comes up every now and then. are they constantly adding words? >> people are always up in arms when they add new words or slang words but the reality is, they've been doing that since the beginning of scrabble. it happens every year. >> this lovely gentleman and his son are from seattle. which game piece color is not found in the board game sorry? is it purple, red or blue? >> purple. >> purple.
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>> how does everybody know this stuff? >> smart crowd. >> i guess they're still playing board games. >> it is the best selling board game this year so far on amazon. sorry is. it is based on the ancient parchese. arkansas. what is the total amount of money in the bank of a standard monopoly game? is it $20,580, $250,000, or $2.1 million? >> $2.1 million. >> so sad. so, so sad. >> very sad. they get f my cd! >> the correct answer, i have it in my hand -- $20,580. how does that even buy a place? >> you can control the entire board with that amount of money. >> they haven't updated this? >> they have not. this would make the inventor of the game cringe because she
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order to teach people about the dangers of land grabbing. doesn't that sound ike a riot to play a game? >> hey, thank you so much. kath is going to come back over because we're going to have the music of this 18-year-old sensation, zara larsen is going to perform her latest hit. and it is finally time. head to our klg and hoda facebook page. makeup that looks like clown, into a runway worthy complexion. check it out right now, facebook live. we'll i'm savin' you five hundred coming soon from progressive, it's "savin' u," the new hit single from the dizzcounts. cash money the biggest discount and understand... the dizzcounts. safe driver, paperless, paid-in-full,
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if you're like most people, then your complexion is far from perfect. but who would have thought the solution for transforming skin from flawed to flawless starts with something like this. >> here to explain and show off this latest internet craze, clown contour ing ing. you did it. >> what was crazy, you're sweating because you did it. it was amazing. but at the beginning of our show -- tell us your name again? manisha. we saw greens and reds and it looked crazy. >> insane, right? >> it looked like there is no way you could blend that and mush it together. you did that over the commercial break. everyone on facebook got to see it live. they are crazy with the comments. >> four minutes. >> look how mushy gushy awesome that looks.
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and reds? >> so we -- >> i don't even remember where they were. >> the best way to think of the clown contouring is color correcting your face by looking at a color wheel. she has some redness on her cheeks and acne marks. when you use green over it, it neutralizes that. under the eyes she had a little bit of darkness. by using a peachy-ornngey red it takes away the bluish greens ere. you just blend it out. it is so important to blend it out. i blend it with these little babies. they're so cute and they're meant for color correcting. then the key to this is -- >> look what happened. can we just watch for a minute? she did this in four minutes. we're speeding it up but everybody on facebook got to see it happen live. i can't stop watching. look at the red. >> do people do this at home? >> yeah. i do this at home. it's one of the things makeup artists have been doing for years. >> due
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>> no, i don't think i patientl day. >> what was carly's before? >> can we show it? carly had some rosacea. what we did was take a green color corrector and kind of put it over her entire face. that really just neutralizes all the redness that she has. just a light layer. the key is you don't want it to show through your foundation. >> how do you know what colors you're supposed to put. carly's gorgeous, but i can't believe what you did in two seconds. >> so if you -- it's all about looking at a color wheeh. if you have redness on your skin, you can figure out what to do. >> where can people find that? how do they know? >>ne i google it.
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>> apparently all you have to do is for more details, step by step instructions, go to >>d how was that facebook live thing? >> it was stressful. >> are we still on? what happened? is it over? it's over? okay, good. we're on tv now. >> we have to get her ready for a performance you're not going to want to miss. right after this. at safelite, we know how busy your life can be. oh no this mom didn't have time to worry about a cracked windshield. so she scheduled at and with safelite's exclusive "on my way text" she knew exactly when i'd be there. so she didn't miss a single shot. (cheering crowd) i replaced her windshield... giving her more time for what matters most... how'd ya do? we won! nice! that' s another safelite advantage. thank you so much! (team sing)
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american workers know how to fight back and rebuild an economy. so does she. we need jobs that provide dignity and a bright future. new penalties to stop companies from moving profits and jobs overseas. for businesses that create manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. a real plan to create new jobs and industries of the future. hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is presented to you by citi. we have an amazing talent, 18-year-old zar ra
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she has taken europe by storm and now she's ready to do the same right here with the release of her new single called "never forget you." >> how are you? >> i'm very good. i'm very good. >> how does it feel, you're 18, you're an adult now, coming to the united states and sort of launching your career here. how does that feel? >> it feels so good. it just feels like finally. >> you've been singing professional pretty much all your life. >> yeah. this talent show was almost half of my life ago. so it's like -- it's just like fiapnally. i'm very, very happy for everything that's going on and i'm super excited. >> especially like your female drummer. >> this song is called "never forget you."
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it's very deep inside me but i feel there's something you should know i will never forget you and you will always be by my side from the day that i met you i knew that i would love you until the day i die and i will never want much more and in my heart i will always be yours and i will never forget you and you will always be by my side until the day i die
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everything seemed so right i wonder what would happen if we went back and put up a fight once upon a time you were my everything it's good to see that time hasn't changed a thing i will never forget you and you will always be by my side from the day that i met you i knew that i would love you until the day i die i will never want much more an in my heart i will always be sure and i will never forget you and you will always be by my
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loving everything we do sometimes you got to know that these things happen i'm loving it everything we do and all along i knew i had something special with you but sometimes you got to know that these things are true i can't hide my connection with you oh you will always be by my side from the day i met you until the day i die i will never want much more but in my heart i will always be sure i will never forget you and you will always be be by my side until the day i die die
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you will always be by my side i will never, never, never, never, never until the day i die >> yeah! >> oh, my god. >> and we'll never forget that. zara. it's not every day that l.a. reed shows up at a performance. this is a big day. would you call it a big day? >> why is that? >> we signed her when she was 14 an'tarve hold on. >> look at that! >> just for you, darling. >> certified gold, baby. already! congratulations! >> congratulations.
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>> that is talent. >> l.a., you know how to pick the best. >> they know how to pick me. all right. we'll be back with more, but
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manufacturing jobs, a new tax credit. and let's invest in clean energy jobs, with 500 million solar panels installed by the end of her first term. a real plan to create new jobs and industries of the future. hillary clinton.
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hy don't we get a final check of the wine bot. see if you guys prefer clutter or clutter-free. onai i win? >> no, yours is a glass and a half. okay, that's enough. we just want to say thank you to some friends that are here. diana and her daughter, robin, came to see us. she has to read one of my books. that does it for this awesome wines day wednesday. you, hoda, are finally going to take a couple of well deserved days off. >> but you're going to be very busy because you're going to be joined by the one, the only --
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>> right. i can't wait. love you, reg. and the stars of one of our favorite shows, "veep." the fur flies when we're together. always a good combo. tomorrow's thirsty thursday so we'll have some "ambush makeover"s. >> this is everything i have, my family. i got to see my dad die on national tv. they don't know what they took from us. people are dying. we need a president that's going to talk about it. i believe bernie sanders is a protestor. he's not scared to go up against the criminal justice system. he's not scared. that's why i'm for bernie. i'm bernie sanders
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ms. hoover! good of you to join us. >> here i am. >> today on "access hollywood live," marie osmond is here. does she look terrific or what? >> she just looks happy, which is what i like. she'll give us a preview ofher new music, which is really upbeat. >> you want a preview? i'll give you a preview. >> give me one. >> that's one of her songs. he was an inspiration on "dancing with the stars" and now is at it again on a new competition series. >> one of our favorites, noah galloway talks to us about "american grit." i love it. i think it's a million-dollar prize. >> and youtube star is here.


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