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good morning, america. millions of americans head to the polls on the biggest day of voting yet. >> now i'm going to be greedy for the united states. i'm going to take and take and take. >> donald trump looks unstoppable with 11 states up for grabs for each party. his rivals hitting him harder than ever. >> and we are not going to allow a con artist to take control of the party of lincoln and reagan. >> one trump rally takes an ugly turn. a journalist roughed up. >> it matters what you say when you run for president and it really matters if you are president. >> and hillary clinton sets her sights on the gop front-runner. donald trump here exclusively live this morning as we kick off super tuesday. also this morning, erin andrews breaks down on the stand. her emotional testimony about the stalker who filmed her.
>> the "anthem of the seas" races home again. the giant cruise ship that survived a severe storm turned back by a new one as passengers battle a norovirus outbreak. and the twister miracle. the woman locked out as a terrible tornado destroyed everything around her. wait until you hear how she survived. and good morning, america. welcome to super tuesday. a pivotal day in the race for president. you're looking live at a polling station in georgia right now, voters already lining up this morning and we've got live coverage streaming in all across the country. there you see all the campaigns in action right now. they are hard at work this morning. this is the single biggest day of voting before november. >> because so much is at stake. 11 states in play for the republicans, 12 contests for the democrats. more than 1,600 delegates up for
grabs. you know our team is out there covering every angle for you bringing you the latest all morning long and the crowd here in times square, yep, making their voices heard. >> a lot of signs out there. right to it. it is "your voice, your vote." and abc's tom llamas is tracking the gop race in valdosta, georgia. good morning, tom. >> reporter: got it. it may be super tuesday but according to the polls, this race is over. >> it even surprised me, i'll tell you, just came out, trump, 49. [ cheers and applause ] little marco rubio, 16. lying ted cruz, 15.
carson, 10 and kasich, 6. >> reporter: the road into super tuesday took an ugly turn in virginia monday. >> get out of here. get them out. get them out. >> reporter: several black student protesters disrupting trump's speech as they were marched out, watch, a photojournalist trying to get a shot is slammed to the ground by a secret service agent. look again, his hands around the photographer's neck. the secret service now looking into the matter. >> he grabbed me. he grabbed me. >> reporter: but that wasn't all. trump said this to one demonstrator. >> are you from mexico? are you from mexico? right smack in the middle of my punch line. >> reporter: this just one day after trump dodged a question about getting support from david duke, a former kkk grand wizard. >> honestly i don't know david duke. i don't believe i've ever met him. >> reporter: but he disavowed him in the past. trump now trying to fend off attacks from all sides.
senator marco rubio nearly losing his voice campaigning hard hitting trump even harder. >> and we are not going to allow a con artist to take control of the party of lincoln and reagan. >> reporter: and senator ted cruz looking for a big hometown victory in texas. >> super tuesday i believe is going to play an important part helping win know the field and taking us more and more towards a two-man race. >> reporter: someone who plans on being there till the end, melania trump. >> i follow it from "a" to "z" and know exactly what's going on. >> reporter: saying the race is getting nasty but has thick skin and her husband's late night tweeting doesn't bother her. >> he's an adult. he knows the consequences. >> reporter: now melania says she doesn't always agree with her husband especially had it comes to language and doesn't always agree with some of the vulgar terms he uses. the voting is underway in georgia. the second largest super tuesday primary state. you can see the lines are long here. they're expecting up to 10,000 people possibly here. the voting now under way,
george. >> thanks. right to mr. donald trump. he joins us by phone and, mr. trump, it looks like you're poised for some big wins here on super tuesday. but that cnn interview continuing to make waves. you've seen that tweet from mitt romney. he called your response disqualifying and disgusting and says your coddling of repugnant bigotry is not in the character of america. your response. >> first of all, mitt romney is a failed candidate, should have won the race and he failed miserably. he was a terrible candidate for the republicans. secondly, david duke was disavowed. i disavowed him on friday. i disavowed right after that because i thought if there was any question and you take a look at twitter, almost immediately after on twitter and facebook, they were disavowed again. i disavowed him every time i speak to somebody virtually and they just keep it going. they keep it going and they said, oh, we never looked at your twitter account. we never looked at facebook. i said take a look at facebook. it was totally disavowed. >> are you prepared right now to make a clear and unequivocal
statement renouncing the support of all white supremacists. >> i of course, i am. there's nobody that's done so much for equality as i can. in palm beach florida, i built a club, totally open to everybody that frankly set a new standard in clubs and a new standard in palm beach and i've gotten great credit for it. that is totally open to everybody. so, of course, i am. >> how worried are you may split the party as you're doing better and better in the primaries, more republican voices say they won't support you and # nevertrump right now prominent republicans like j.c. watts, mel martinez, the senator ben sass. are you worried you may make it harder to defeat the democrats in november. >> no, i think it's just the opposite. i've had tremendous calls from tremendous establishment people and nonestablishment people and the party is going to get bigger. if you look at any one of the primaries that i won, whether you go to new hampshire or south
carolina or nevada, you take a look. look at how many people have come out. we're just absolutely the numbers that double and triple in some cases what they had four years ago, we're getting democrats coming in. we're getting independents coming in. we're getting a lot of people coming in and i will tell you as you know, i know the democrats very well also. they are very worried about it. we have tremendous numbers of people coming in and the republican party is growing larger and if it didn't it has no chance. it'll be like mitt romney four years ago, it has no chance of winning. we're getting people into the party that never had before. >> let me interrupt you. that brand-new cnn poll shows hillary clinton defeating you relatively handily by eight points but losing to marco rubio and ted cruz. >> well, they're not going to get the nomination. i haven't even focused on hillary clinton yet and i can tell you the one person that hillary clinton doesn't want to run against is me and i have that on good knowledge. we have not focused -- i had one little skirmish with hillary three weeks ago and you saw what happened with that.
i will defeat hillary and we're going to take a lot of democrats and a lot of independents away and we're going to possibly win places like michigan, new york, states that are not even in consideration and by the way, these aren't things that have been taken advantage of in the poll. i will beat hillary clinton much more easily than anybody else. >> "the new york times" had a look inside the democrats' playbook this morning. it says the plan they're going to run against you has three major fronts. portray you as a heartless businessman, broadcast the degrading comments you made against women and highlight your brash and explosive temper. how will you respond. >> the way we have to respond. look, we'll make america great again. our country has gotten soft and weak. we're being taken advantage of by everybody, george, if you look at china, if you look at japan, if you look at mexico, if you look at virtually any country we do business with, we lose. we've become -- we've become a debtor nation. we owe $19 trillion. we are going to make america
great again. that's what my whole campaign is. we'll make great deals and strengthen the military and take care of our vets. we'll do it right, george. >> mr. trump, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. >> and, george, as you know super tuesday just as critical for the democratic race. hillary clinton and bernie sanders battling for crucial votes across the country. clinton looking for a sweep down south. abc's cecilia vega is in arlington, virginia, with the latest. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: hey, robin. good morning to you. just me and a few friends hanging out this morning, right? [ cheers and applause ] at a diner here some of these people have voted. most promised me they're heading to the polls right after this. a pretty mixed group and this is the most important day of this primary so far. this morning, hillary clinton hopeful a southern rout lees to a super tuesday win. >> it is great being here with all of you. >> reporter: clinton swinging through this swing state feeling confident. secretary clinton, your super tuesday prediction? >> just happy to be in virginia.
working hard for every vote. every single vote. >> reporter: in the final hours before voting begins she's taking on one opponent after the next. >> america is and always has been great. [ cheers and applause ] what we need to do together is make america whole again. >> reporter: her husband piling on too. >> so they say all we need to do is build a lot of walls. she said, no, we don't. what we need to do is tear down barriers and build ladders of opportunity that everybody can climb. >> reporter: sanders hoping a northern push is his path to victory. >> your state led the american revolution. [ cheers and applause ] and from massachusetts to maine, the political -- [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: taking on not just hillary but his rival across the
aisle. >> bing, bing, bing. >> reporter: who he hopes to survive long enough to face come november. >> we will defeat donald trump because we know that love trump s. >> reporter: bernie sanders raised serious cash, more than $42 million in february alone for perspective that was more than hillary clinton raised in the entire month of january, more than marco rubio has raised so far this entire election, robin. a couple of bernie sanders supporters here in the crowd with me. >> we have some out in times square, as well. after all the ad, all the rallies, still a lot of undecided voters out there, right, cecilia? >> reporter: there are, about 30% nationally and a number of people here in this diner with me are undecided including this entire table right here. this is steve davis. you were telling me you're split between two candidates right now. who are they? >> hillary clinton and john kasich. >> reporter: two different parties. that shows you what we're looking at today. >> this is interesting. we asked this question in the last few weeks and every time we
ask an undecided voter those are the two names that come up like that. it's interesting. all right, cecilia, thank you very much. george. >> i'm here with our political team, matthew dowd, donna brazile and jon karl. a lot to talk about. you'll here tonight as well. you heard donald trump confident about the nomination and said ted cruz and marco rubio not going to get it and their back is up against the wall. >> no question. the danger for them super tuesday becomes trump tuesday. if he sweeps tonight, he goes from becoming the likely or the front-runner to becoming the likely republican nominee. what cruz and rubio have to do is find somewhere to beat him tonight and in the states he wins, he's going to win most of them they have to keep it close enough to keep getting delegates. >> and, of course, ted cruz still ahead in texas. see how that plays out. matt dowd, you saw mr. trump dismiss the idea of dividing the republican party but the voices inside the republican party getting louder and louder. some for him but many against him as well. >> a huge argument going on within the establishment should they endorse or coalesce but the
real division between the leaders of the party and voters of the party. the voters are going one direction and the leaders want to go another. another thing that's interesting about tonight bernie sanders will win more states than marco rubio, ted cruz and john kasich combined tonight. >> a threat of a third party, a conservative party, a break from the republican party real. >> i think it's real. for the last month or a month and a half ago i said plan a is not working. after tonight it's certainly not working so have to go to plan b and only thing plan b is conservative or republican party that runs not as the current gop. >> meanwhile, donna, democrats are throwing up their battle plans as well, "the new york times" article laying out the case against donald trump. the first time democrats seem to be taking it seriously. how worried are they? >> look, democrats are worried about enthusiasm. they are worried about making sure that they can energize their voters. there is no question that we have to focus on the fall election but right now today is a big day for hillary clinton. she has to banken 0 the fact that a quarter of the delegates will be people of color.
beyond that, can she break into bernie's stronghold in the northeast, massachusetts, that's the key today for her. >> okay, donna brazile, jon karl, matthew dowd, we'll see you tonight. abc news will be out in force all throughout the super tuesday. i'll be here with our whole political team usa for a prime time special at 10:00 eastern and "world news tonight" and "gma" tomorrow morning. >> a long day for you, thank you. new trouble for the "anthem of the seas" cruise ship. a powerful storm is cutting its trip short as passengers on board blattle a norovirus outbreak. abc's gio benitez is here with the latest. >> reporter: just weeks ago the ship was tossed around like a toy in the water. the cruise line now hoping to prevent a repeat. this morning, the "anthem of the seas" is rushing back home facing yet another problem, less than a month after being caught in hurricane-force winds, royal caribbean's one-year-old cruise ship cutting its trip from the eastern caribbean two days short and heading back to new jersey, the company says hoping to beat
a severe storm friday. the company also revealing the crew is battling the norovirus. ten guests per day reporting symptoms. >> you actually had to walk by the medical facility to get off the boat and the medical facility was jam packed standing room only literally just full of people. and that's when we kind of went, whoa, this is not good. >> reporter: the company tweeting monday the norovirus cases didn't affect the decision to return. >> three people that i'm traveling with have shown some symptoms, so it's definitely going around. >> reporter: just three weeks ago the same ship was hit with massive 30-foot waves and 120-mile-per-hour winds. 4500 passengers on board during the weather crisis. and in this latest case royal caribbean says the norovirus is affecting a small percentage of its 6,000 passengers insisting that is not why it's ending the cruise early but no doubt passengers are still worried. >> no doubt about that. thank you. now amy joining us with other top stories and a legal victory for apple.
>> that's right. a federal judge in new york ruled the fbi cannot force apple to unlock an iphone at the center of a drug case. the judge saying it would betray our constitutional heritage. but the ruling has no affect on apple's battle over the san bernardino shooter's iphone. government officials are warning utility companies that the nation's power grid could be vulnerable to a sophisticated cyberattack like the one that caused a recent blackout in ukraine. u.s. investigators have now confirmed hackers compromised the system six months about of that outage. the malware was so destructive proikss are still not back to normal. an ohio teenager is due in court today facing attempted murder charges. investigators say the 14-year-old opened fire in the cafeteria at madison high school hitting two students, police right now are not revealing the motive. and some dramatic video of a tornado hitting this hardware store in louisiana last week. a fedex driver tried to take shelter inside. the door was locked so she hid behind a soda machine.
it fell over. look at that. my goodness, when the tornado destroyed the entire store, incredibly she was not injured. she walked away without a scratch. and finally, an explanation for your constant craving for junk food. you're not getting enough sleep. scientific evidence now shows there is a link between lack of sleep and the munchies. it's because of a chemical in your brain which builds up when you don't get enough rest. that chemical makes your body crave rewards. for most of us that's fatty or salty foods. by the way, it is the same chemical that makes marijuana smokers get the munchies. >> that's a nice little twist. >> for your tuesday. >> munchies. you had us at munchies. >> yesterday morning. >> a typical crew in need of sleep. >> over to rob right now. the severe weather today could affect the voting. >> that's true, pass the bacon but because of the lack of sleep. look at this. just southwest of oklahoma city. they don't call it the thunder
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announcement: thisbiggest of the decade.the with total accumulation of up to three feet. roads will be shut down indefinitely. and schools are closed. campbell's soups go great with a cold and a nice red. made for real, real life. >> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. it's 7:24 on this tuesday march first. let's head over to karen rogers. continuing to watch that situation with new jersey transit. >> that's the big traffic news today with new jersey transit. chopper6 was overhead as the trains started moving in trenton new jersey. they were canceled for awhile between trenton and princeton because of a fatal accident on the tracks involving a
pedestrian. but we still have seeing wasn't-hour delays between trenton and metro park. that's really huge for anybody who is about to take new jersey transit and head up north towards new york. you've got big problems with one hour delays. so far amtrak has been running mostly on time. let's look outside live at i-95. this is approaching cottman. that's your southbound traffic headed towards center city. pretty jammed approaching academy to cottman and approaching al began to girard. but no big problems and no weather problems affecting the roads at least today. we do have an accident on the pennsylvania turnpike. a look at the slowing. speeds of about 27 miles westbound because of an accident approaching norristown, tam. >> okay, thank you, karen. we'll take a short break and come back to accuweather. where should you start when you're told you have cancer? start with a specialist. start where you'll find advanced technology, precision treatment options and truly compassionate care. start here with a team of experts who treat only cancer. every stage.
>> look like a great start tomorrow. we've got lots of sunshine. take a look as we are up to 41 degrees in philadelphia. still in the 30's in a couple of spots but winds running very light this morning. your exclusive accuweather 7-day shows winds much lighter than yesterday. tomorrow really later this evening and overnight into tomorrow morning we have rain. that should end early and even though sun comes back a high of 49 in the morning and then very windy with temperatures plunge to go about 40 by dinnertime tomorrow so a big change coming tomorrow. >> what difference and thank you david. we'll send you back to "gma"
good morning, america. it is super tuesday right now, and we have a look at bernie sanders. that is burlington, vermont, right there and bernie sanders is actually voting in his home state right now. that is 12 of 12 contests for the democrats today. i guess he's behind that screen right there. we have a good crowd here in times square, as well. 11 states voting for the republicans today. the biggest day of voting yet in this race for the white house. >> i love seeing everybody out in force in times square. president obama is expected to meet with senate leaders from both sides of the aisle today to discuss filling that supreme court seat now open after justice scalia's death. and astronaut scott kelly is set to return to earth after spending a record-breaking 340 days in space. he says he could go another year if he had to. >> good for him.
a lot of buzz about the oscars still this morning. now we're going to see bernie sanders right there. >> there he is. >> you know that white shock of hair anywhere and there's no mystery who he voted for or how that state is going to go. he'll have a big win in the state of vermont most likely today. all the coverage tonight but we're still talking about the oscars. chris rock's monologue still making headlines and new backlash over other stars who took the stage. sam smith got into hot water. what he said that's making headlines and sylvester stallone's brother starting a little bit of a fight. first, an emotional day in court for erin andrews as she sues a hotel and her stalker for $75 million. the "dancing with the stars" host breaking down on the stand telling the jury about the moment she first saw a nude video of herself posted online. abc's eva pilgrim has the latest. joins us from nashville. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this morning erin andrews returns to the stand for more
questioning. her side expected to rest after she finishes. erin andrews breaking down in court. >> you know your body. when i saw it for two seconds and i was like, oh, my god and i shut it down. >> reporter: reliving the moment she first saw a naked video of herself online. >> dad, i'm naked all over the internet and i don't know what it is. >> reporter: the popular sports caster and co-host of "dancing with the stars" suing the man who secretly recorded that video michael david barrett as well as the owners and managers of this nashville marriott for $75 million. claiming the hotel made it easy for him to film her in the nude. the hotel maintains barrett is a criminal who tricked them into gaining access. on monday barrett's testimony was played in court. >> i picked up the house phone and i called the operator and asked can i have erin andrews' room. they connected me so then i knew what room she was in. >> reporter: saying he was having money problems when he came up with a plan, record video of andrews naked in her
hotel room on his cell phone through a peephole and sell it for money. >> waited until the shower was turned off. pulled the plug out and waited for the opportunity. >> reporter: barrett pleaded guilty to stalking in 2010 and was sentenced to 30 months in prison. his video has been viewed nearly 17 million times. >> i feel so ashamed. i'm so embarrassed. >> it's a nightmare that doesn't stop. >> reporter: andrews' mother paula described consoling her daughter. >> it's not your fault. you're a victim. you've been -- you've been assaulted. there was no calming her down. >> reporter: andrews admitting that her life now is far from normal saying she's filled with anxiety, grief, humiliation and horror. >> i'm so angry. this could have been stopped. the nashville marriott could have just called me. it could have stopped. >> reporter: now erin andrews wasn't the only woman michael
barrett recorded in a hotel and posted at least ten more videos online. robin. >> at least ten more. eva, thank you very much. joining us now abc news chief legal analyst dan abrams in the studio with us and from atlanta, nancy grace, host of "nancy grace" on hln. let's discuss e rcherin's testi. how will that play with the jury, do you think? >> well, i believe the jury is going to empathize with her. i don't believe that they're going to buy into a theory that she's some opportunist peddling a naked video as many people have thought that she was in on this. i disagree with that. there are seven women on this jury. i think that she was very genuine and the fact that her parents are there in court, i think, is a secret weapon for the plaintiff. i think that the jury will side with her and if they don't believe her, they'll definitely
believe her mother. >> i don't think anyone is claiming now that she was out peddling this video. i mean, that had been a concern of hers early on, people were speculating about it. >> that's right. >> no one in that courtroom is now saying that she was out there peddling the video. the question here and why her testimony is so powerful and important goes to damages, right, because she hasn't really suffered professionally. when you're talking about damages in the case like this, typically you'll see someone say, look, i haven't been able to get another job. i've lost all of these opportunities. in this case she can't argue that really because her career has continued to soar and so what she has to say is these are emotional damages. look at how much i have suffered as a result of what he did to me and that's incredibly powerful. >> and the man is behind bars that did this, the stalker. we saw him, the video, nancy grac grace, in the courtroom. he walked up to the front desk and asked for her is what some thought. he went to a house phone.
how will his testimony -- how will that perhaps help the defense? >> well, i think that what they're trying to argue, the defense will ultimately argue is that the hotel really had nothing to do with it. that it's his fault. a criminal intraconvenienti ini that they wouldn't know anything about but his testimony via videotape and she left for that is very powerful. it shows anyone could get in. he would get in and go to a house phone and say, hey, i want to get in this room but he actually specific asked apparently to be near erin andrews. that is against all hotel protocol. >> here's the key to what may be the negligence. he goes into the restaurant, he asks for erin andrews' room. apparently her room number then shows up on the screen, he then goes up because he now knows what the room number is, sees that the room next door is being made up. goes back downstairs and asks for that room. so, he doesn't go and say, i hey, i want to be next to erin
andrews but the negligence as the case may be may be in the fact that the hotel had this system where you could literally call from the restaurant, call to ask for anyone's room and the person's room number shows up on the screen. >> archaic phone system. >> you know what else, dan, it's really interesting, apparently was out in the hallway for almost five minutes and unscrewed the peephole and basically held a cell phone up and looked in and being in the room next to her he could hear the shower and he knew when she was getting out of the shower naked. and that's how he pulled this thing off. >> she was the victim. the question is just going to be the damages. >> and how much. >> and who should pay. >> dan and nancy, thanks very much. i appreciate it. coming up here, johnny manziel, you see him caught on camera partying in a new video as his legal troubles pile up. an abc news exclusive. "modern family" star ariel winter opening up about her life-changing surgery and what she is saying now about the perils of child stardom. come on back. nk californians live in our own reality.
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we are back with new trouble for johnny manziel. the cleveland browns quarterback is seen in that new video right there from a miami nightclub as a domestic violence case is on its way to i agrand jury. ryan smith is here with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, george. just three years ago johnny manziel was the toast of college football. now many see him as a cautionary tale and now he's been spotted where some say is the last place he should have been. this morning, johnny manziel once again under the microscope for his hard partying ways. ♪ tmz sports releasing this video of the cleveland browns quarterback reportedly in a miami nightclub thursday sporting a big hat and sunglasses, drinking from a bottle just hours earlier, dallas police announcing they sent a misdemeanor domestic violence case against the former heisman trophy winner to prosecutors. a grand jury now expected to
decide if it he will face charges stemming from an altercation in january with his ex-girlfriend colleen crawley at a dallas hotel. according to her affidavit seeking an order of protection against manziel, crowley claiming an argument with the football star turned physical. manziel allegedly striking her repeatedly, crowley saying she became very scared and tried to fight him off and later telling a valet, please don't let him take me. i'm scared for my life. manziel's cleveland browns distancing themselves from the embattled quarterback expected to release him this month. new head coach hue jackson drawing a line at the recent nfl combine. >> that will not be tolerated as we move forward. our organization is going to tick a stand and move on from those kind of situations. >> reporter: the quarterback dogged by issues vondzing his drinking since entering the nfl step ago way from the field early last year for treatment in a rehab facility.
but his father saying his son twice refused to return to rehab telling "the dallas morning news" i truly believe if they can't get him help, he won't live to see his 24th birthday. >> now this new video will no doubt raise even more questions about manziel's future. again, manziel has not been charged with any crime. a grand jury would make that call and that could take weeks. manziel's publicist is not commenting on this latest video of the football star, george and robin. >> such a disturbing pattern. coming up anger over the oscars. sylvester stallone's brother is lashing out over sly not bringing home the prize. what the oscar nominee is saying now. new concerns about the pill that promises to re-energize women's love lives. dr. jen ashton will have more coming up. e, abreva can heal it in as few as two and a half days when used at the first sign. without it the virus spreads from cell to cell. only abreva penetrates deep and starts to work immediately
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protective. life is good. as for jada pinkett smith who was called out at the awards point blank -- >> jada says she's not coming. protesting. i'm like, isn't she on a tv show. >> we'll hear from jaden. we have not heard the last from her. >> reporter: so far, radio silence from her and hubby will. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, hollywood. >> and overnight frank stallone toned it down a little and wrote i always defend what is right but i was wrong to put down mark rylance and i apologize. he is a fine actor but i thought sly deserved it. so did a lot of people. >> but that's well put how he did it. i actually watched "bridge of spies" on the flight back. >> it's good. >> it is good. >> but i was pulling for sly. i'm very happy for mark. very, very, very happy. very happy. coming up an abc news exclusive. "modern family" star ariel winter speaking out, the pain that drove her to surgery. you know, meeting the residents
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>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. 7:56 on this tuesday march first. let's head over to karen rogers and get the latest on this backup on mass transit. good morning. >> good morning. such a big problem right now f you're taking new jersey transit or now even amtrak we're seeing one hour delays because of a fatal accident involving a pedestrian on the tracks. for awhile new jersey transit was shut down between trenton and princeton. now between trenton and metro park one hour delays as well as with amtrak now seeing delays of up to an hour between philadelphia and new york city. all because of that fatal accident. let's go outside right now and show you a lot of volume on the schuylkill expressway. here near the boulevard that's your westbound traffic. you see how heavy it is as you head towards city avenue. jammed from the boulevard to conshohocken. eastbound jammed from city avenue to girard. also an accident on the turnpike westbound approaching norristown. look at these speeds, tam, we're down to 15 miles an hour. >> rough out there. let's go on over to sky6 hd
and take a live look out across philadelphia international airport. david at least the news is a little bit better when it comes to accuweather. >> yeah, i mean sunshine a plenty today. maybe a few high clouds building in. temperatures are really soaring. we're up to 45 degrees now and we are expecting a nice warm relatively speaking mild afternoon. 58 degrees is your high. not quite as mild as yesterday. not as windy as yesterdayly all things considered it's pretty decent start to march. now tomorrow and early tonight overnight into early tomorrow we'll get some showers we dry out quickly tomorrow its a different sort of day. a high of 49 in the morning with temperatures dropping through the day and it will be very gusty and blustery and then brisk and cold on thursday, tam. nice today, though. >> all right, good to know. thank you david. philadelphia police say an argument between two families sharing the same home ended with two men shot overnight. this happened along the 3900 block of percy street in the city's hunting park section. the suspected gunman and other family members including a one-year-old child ran from the scene. police are looking for that family and child now. coming up on "gma" they
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. super tuesday showdown. millions of americans headed to the polls right now on the biggest day of the election so far. 11 states up for be grass. we're live with the latest new developments. health alert. is a new passion pill for women even effective? the startling report calling it a fail. the side effects you should know about. dr. jen is here live. abc news exclusive interview this morning. "modern family" star ariel winter speaking out one-on-one for the very first time. >> i was in excruciating pain. >> opening up about her breast reduction public body shaming and living life on her terps. her revealing and honest interview right here. a "the bachelor" bombshell. ben's in love and telling us this. >> right, yes, good morning, america. i am engaged. yes.
finally. >> plus, one of our favorite bachelorettes, emily maynard opening up about her rocky road to love and how she finally found her happily ever after as we say -- >> good morning, america. good morning, america. welcome back to times square on this super tuesday. a lot of political fans out there this morning. even though they're not voting in new york they are voting in 11 states for republicans and 12 for democrats. voting will go on all day long. we will have a lot more ahead. also this morning, chrissy teigen, she made breakfast for us. this is her hubby's favorite. look how great she and john look on the red carpet at the oscars but she has a new book out and has a delicious breakfast dish, john's breakfast sandwiches from her new cookbook and -- >> she's a really good cook too.
>> she is so good. >> on social media her pictures -- >> i'm not shy. >> listen, don't ask me twice. >> well, according to amy's report, we have the munchies because -- >> i'm going to fend off amy's report. >> so am i. also coming up, we have an exclusive peek inside oprah's closet. she is doing some spring cleaning and all of the items are up for grabs. they are for a good cause. look at that. >> i'm good. i'm good. all good. shopping in oprah's closet. excited about this, the american mom living a fairy tale life. i cannot wait to he will it you guys about this woman. a new yorker who truly is living like "downton abbey" >> that's her house. >> that is -- >> her castle. >> it's her family's but an amazing story and true love story. >> a good tease right there. first the latest on super tuesday. the biggest day yet in the race for president. as i said 11 states voting on
the republican side, 12 contests for the democrats. donald trump and hillary clinton poised for big wins that could set up an epic election matchup. cecilia vega has more from the trail. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'll take that breakfast sandwich you were talking about and raise you a gigantic chocolate chip pancake they brought me. the polls are already open in virginia. i'm surrounded by people who will vote after they tell me i have kasich supporters and cruz supporters, rubio and trump all at one table here. i'm pretty sure the only thing they agree on is it's time to eat breakfast. this morning, millions of voters heading to the polls for the biggest day before the general election. hillary clinton looking to sweep the south while taking aim at the gop front-runner. >> it matters what you say when you run for president and it really matters if you are president. >> reporter: and bernie sanders is not backing down. hopeful for a win in some northern states. >> stand together and say, loudly and clearly, enough is
enough. >> reporter: tempers flaring with the treasure trove of delegates at stake. >> we are not going to allow a con artist to take control of the party of lincoln and reagan. >> you don't want to see donald trump as our nominee and you don't want to see hillary clinton win the general than i ask for you to join us. >> reporter: this morning, donald trump speaking with george. >> we're getting people into the party that have never had before. i haven't even focused on hillary clinton yet and i can tell you the one person that hillary clinton doesn't want to run against is me. >> reporter: but in virginia at this trump rally things looking more like a school yard brawl. after a large group of student protesters was marched out. >> get them out of here, please. >> reporter: a "time" magazine reporter getting slammed to the ground by trump's secret service detail. the secret service now looking into the matter. and virginia is a swing state again and it really is a bellwether for what could happen here come november. i want to show you guys just
what is at stake in this election today. a quick show of hand, who here is undecided still? so you can see, george, a lot of people still undecided as they head out to the polls leer on super tuesday. >> virginia has become a real battleground in the general election. okay, cecilia, thanks very much. to amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning everyone. we begin with anger in the streets of raleigh, north carolina, after the police shooting of a young black man. hundreds of protesters demanding answers from police. the family of akiel denkins was shot in the back. they're asking for patience during the investigation. the man charged with killing two college students in virginia has cut a deal to avoid the death penalty. jesse matthew is expected to plead guilty to the murders of uva sophomore hannah graham and virginia tech junior morgan harrington. harrington's remains were found in a field in 2010 and graham was killed in 2014 after vanishing from a party. well, fbi director james comey and apple's top lawyer are testifying on capitol hill today arguing their cases in the legal
battle over whether to hack into the san bernardino shooter's iphone. this all cops one day after a federal judge here in new york ruled in a separate case saying apple does not have to help the fbi unlock an iphone at the center of a drug case. well. there's new video of what appears to be a large meteor lighting up the sky over scotland. look at that. police have been flooded with calls. some people report hearing a loud boom and say the flash appeared as bright as daylight in some areas. well, in medical news the birth control implant essure will soon get the government's strongest warning label but the fda is not pulling the device from the market. thousands of women have complained about pain and bleeding. the fda is requiring the manufacturer bayer to conduct more studies on the risks. and finally a high school team in rhode island learned the very hard way that celebrating too early never a good idea. the chargers and broncos were fighting for the state title. the broncos were up 59-58 and threw the ball into the air
thinking they had won and piled on to the court to celebrate completely unaware that the chargers had called a time-out with one second left. you want to know what happened next? yeah, a quick pass from the sideline to the rim and the chargers score. look at that. to win 60-59. a tough lesson to learn. >> there is a lesson. >> when you strut you stumble. that's what momma used to say. that's what happened there. thank you. over to lara. >> that is painful to see. thanks, robin. here's what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." an abc news exclusive "modern family" star ariel winter is opening up about her life-changing surgery. and then a "the bachelor" bombshell. ben revealing he's engaged. the woman he sent home speaking out exclusively on "gma." chrissy teigen is talking red carpet, babies and sharing her favorite dishes. i can confirm delish. all that and a little coat because it's kind of chilly. we've got a lot coming up on "good morning america" and a
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exclusive "modern family" star ariel winter is opening up about the procedure that changed her life and troubling childhood she overcame. i sat down with her and she spokane diddley about having breast reduction surgery, her legal battle with her mom and how she is moving forward. >> i'm not, but that's okay. i'm the smart one. >> reporter: we fell in love with her as alex dunphy. >> i'll be an am sewnian
carnivorous fish. >> reporter: on "modern family." >> he's beating me in words with friends. how is that possible. >> reporter: we've watched ariel winter grow up on screen from an 11-year-old girl to an 18-year-old woman. you were thrust into the limelight at a very young age. were you prepared for what came with that. >> i don't think anyone is prepared to be so young and having everybody's eyes on you especially now, you know, as i've gone through some of my really -- some really big moments in my life being in front of the spotlight has been pretty difficult because you have everybody's opinions and so i think it was a little shocking for me in the beginning. >> reporter: part of that shock was from the public scrutiny. online bullying and body shaming she experienced. >> walking down the red carpet and seeing the photos afterward and having every headline be about my cleavage and not about my talent or what i was really there for or anything i wanted to be put out there and i thought that was really disappointing. >> reporter: and just last year she decided to undergo breast reduction surgery going from a
32f to a 32d. why did you decide ultimately to get breast reduction surgery? >> i had wanted to get a breast reduction since i developed because i was in excruciating pain and couldn't sit up straight. it was always super uncomfortable to sleep, uncomfortable to sit, it was uncomfortable to walk and i remember breaking down in dressing rooms because i couldn't find a bathing suit because they had no top that would fit me. i didn't feel right and did it for myself. it was the best change i ever made in my life. >> reporter: you wore a stunning gown to the s.a.g. awards and wasn't afraid to show your scars. >> i'm not. to put my scars away and they were gross, i think that's just so ridiculous considering they're part of me and not going away. >> reporter: scars are cool. i have them too. >> we have stories from them. >> reporter: she's hoping her experience will help other girls and wishes for a day where women in hollywood are no longer scrutinized for their looks. but despite her success as an actress she said it's a path she might never have chosen. >> i think that when i was born,
it was kind of already decided what i was expected to be and so i was kind of pushed into the industry. that's not to say i don't love it and it's not nye passion. i do love it but i don't know if i hadn't had my own run to be able to decide what i wanted to do, if i would have. >> did you have what most people would say is a stage mom. >> she most definitely was and pushed very hard for that and kind of put that in the forefront of her mind instead of what i wanted and needed and that was definitely hard but i don't think that was the only issue. >> reporter: winter went through several years of legal battles with her mom over allegations she emotionally and physically abused her and ultimately became emancipated from her mother. >> do you have a relationship with your mother at this point. >> i don't. we haven't spoken in 3 1/2 years. it's hard to have that kind of drama in your life and to be going through that court situation and have an open court
case and have everybody look at it because it's already hard enough for abuse victims but harder in the public eye when everybody has an opinion. >> you refer to yourself as an abuse victim. what happened to you? >> well, the thing is it's really hard to talk about and the reason i haven't talked about it thus far is because it was really painful for me to watch my mom go on news outlets and go on "dr. phil" and kind of spread things everywhere when it's really just private family business but at the end of the day i feel like for me i probably should take the high road and do something that i would have wished she would have done for me. >> reporter: and for now she's closing that chapter and doing normal 18-year-old things. she's applying to colleges with plans to become a social justice lawyer. >> i've had a lot of life experience that i think has really helped me grow into the person i am today and i think it's something that needed to happen for me to see what i needed to do in my future and it kind of shaped what i wanted to
be in my future. >> and as for ariel's relationship with her dad she says it was, quote, turbulent in her younger years but she adds he's been nothing but supporting and loving and she's grateful. what a wise, wonderful, open 18-year-old. these lived a lot but you can see the wisdom she's gained. >> she's so wise and so mature. >> her sister was a huge help to her. >> over to you. >> thank you for that. now to a health alert about the new pill promising to jump-start women's love live, if you will. a new report is calling it a fail and some doctors say, well, it virtually is ineffective and potentially dangerous. abc news jen ashton is here. i love it when you're here. i can just see you weighing in. this particular pill, relatively new on the market. what does the report say. >> any time there is a today di about women and sex you know people are going to be talking about it. this was a study that came out in jama, really wanted to look
at all the available evidence on addyi, this medication. they asked did these study use good quality methods and did the benefits outweigh the risks of this medication? that's always important. what they found benefitswise, women taking this medication every single day had 0.5 more satisfying sexual encounters a month and significantly higher rate of side effects and overall the studies produced were found to be of low quality evidence. >> what about the side effects. >> this pill is not for everyone. can it help some women, yes, but side effects versus placebo or sugar pill, significant. dizziness four types greater, sleepness, nausea, fatigue. interaction with alcohol and hold on to yourself, robin, the studies looking at this medication and how it interacts with alcohol most of them done in men. >> what? >> right. >> okay. >> we have a lot of work to do. >> a lot of work to do. you know there are a lot of women watching and they are
concerned about their lack of sexual desire. what are your recommendations. >> sex is an important part of well-being and health so i would say doctors need to be asking about it. if your doctor doesn't ask about it, please have the courage to bring it up and speak with your doctor about it. look for possible physical, psychological or hormonal causes and if possible, talk to a marriage counselor or a sex therapist. these professionals are well underutilized in my opinion. >> back to this pill because there was a lot of hope for women and thought, okay, maybe this is it. >> right. >> what is your bottom line about. >> this is an example of gender discrimination. we shouldn't just be talking about a treatment for female low libido almost 20 years after viagra was brought to market. it needs to be looked at in gay women and postmenopausal women and the person who finds the cure to the low libido in women will probably win the nobel
prize in medicine. >> women who have gone through treatment and i've heard problem this. breast cancer treatment and other types of diseases and things like that. >> they important. >> we did hear from the maker of addyi. they said in part, in all three phase trials a significant increase was seen in the number of sexually satisfying events in premenopausal women. they added that the anall system omits context and downplays the importance of increased sexually satisfying events. i'm glad we can have this kind of conversation. >> so important. >> jen, thank you. george. >> thanks, guys. we switch to t"the the bcachelo. he's in love with not one but two women. >> and engaged. >> i'm not sure about that. the woman he sent home is speaking out and kayna whitworth has the story. >> bachelor ben bipdzing the rules. >> i've known i'm in love with you for awhile as well. >> i love you too. >> reporter: surprising
everybody with his venture in uncharted territory. >> what? >> i do. >> ben admitting to not one but two women that he's head over heels in love. >> do not tell two women at the same time you love them. it's not going to end well. >> no. >> reporter: fans watching at the bachelor studios in los angeles unable to contain their surprise. >> oh, what did we just see? everyone, everyone in this room just freaked out. >> he told lauren that he loves her. >> reporter: but one woman sent home heartbroken. >> i am in love with two women here. >> uh-huh. >> and i just couldn't say it back to you. >> 24-year-old kayla opening up during their date in paradise. >> i'm in love with you. >> reporter: shocked when ben tells her it's over. >> it's really hard to imagine saying good-bye to you. >> that sounds like a line. >> reporter: kayla telling us about that heart-wrenching good-bye. do you have any regrets from all of this? >> i have no regrets whatsoever.
i fell in love and it really does hurt me that he didn't. but i can't help that. >> reporter: when i sat down with bachelor ben, he had big news. >> i am engaged. >> you're engaged. >> i can say that. i haven't said that in an interview yet. >> reporter: revealing to "good morning america" first that he and his fiancee are as happy as ever. >> so much stress and weight to carry for so long because -- >> i'm glad you can share with "good morning america." >> "good morning america," i am engaged, yes, finally. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> we just don't know to whom. >> yeah. >> because he's in love with two women. engaged to one. >> we'll find out. >> ha equals good tv. >> "the bachelor" airs monday >> all right, well, looks you oath get one so make a decision. it is super tuesday, all sorts of supporter out here right now. we have severe weather
breaking across some of the states that are holding primaries so be aware of that from arkansas through alabama georgia atlanta you'll be in later today, head to the polls early. definitely spring like across the south but cooler air driving down 15 degrees in burlington down to the 30's in boston. here now is your local forecast. check it out. [cheers and applause] >> all right, rob, and it's a good forecast on this first day of march. no rain as we take a look outside. we have plenty of sunshine in fact through the morning. we expect to maintain fairly bright conditions all day long plus it's not as windy as yesterday. temperatures currently are a bit on the cool side. we're inching back into the 40's in philadelphia and this afternoon a well above average high of 58 and not as windy as yesterday we got a little rain later this evening and overnight. it should ends early before the end of the morning rush hour. tomorrow much more windy and blustery and temperatures falling from 49. primary, get ou there and vote. back inside to you. >> thank you, rob. we'll start "pop news" with an assist from jason.
>> hey. >> i'll hand off to you. >> okay. >> voice is a little tired from the old oscars. we'll begin with this story, though. i got it. what's in a name? what's in a name, jess? if it's kylie, a lot. minogue, jenner, fighting for that. the teen and aussie pop star in the throws of a legal battle over the trademark of the name kylie. kylie jenner filed for a u.s. trademark application in an effort to protect it in connection with advertising. not so fast, minogue's team cou counteracted and said, hello, my name is kylie. jenner trying to protect her empire from dilution. minogue's team says she's had the name longer. she also happens to own the domain kylie.com. >> because she's older. >> yeah. >> okay. >> can you trademark a name? >> today you can, in fact, trademark your name. just have to be the first one to do it. >> did not know that. >> did not know that either. >> breaking news here in "pop
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meteorologist? >> i felt conflicted about doing the story. >> great song. >> thank you. i sometimes on a tuesday that's what it's all about. finally i just want to give you a smile. most would say wearing braces is are to the birds. this morning i can confirm it's also for dogs. meet wesley. a cute pup with very crooked teeth. he's a 6-month-old golden retriever. his teeth so bad he did have to get braces, good news, they only have to be on for a couple of months. and he'll be smiling at his puppy prom in no time. we'll be back soon.
>> ♪ >> good morning. 8:27 on this tuesday march first. i'm tamala edwards. let's go over to karen rogers. anything better when it comes to new jersey transit? >> still, tam, an hour delay now with new jersey transit and with amtrak. i mean, this is a mess trying to get to new york between philadelphia and new york city one hour delays and on amtrak. 60 minute delays on the northeast corridor with new jersey transit between trenton and metro park all because of a fatal accident that we had much earlier on the tracks but yet still we're dealing with these lengthy delays on the northeast corridor so big problems continue right there. as we look outside live we've got another issue here. these one on the roads obviously 420 eastbound approaching oaks an accident off to the shoulderly we see a couple vehicles involved. police and penndot jamming 422 eastbound from 29 to 23. also new accident blocking the right lane. this is in camden county right on 295 southbound approaching
168. such a busy area. everybody's taking 295 in this area. look how we're crawling along. eight, 13 miles an hour, that's a big delay, tam. >> been such a tough morning out there for the commute. thank you karen. let's go outside to meteorologist, david murphy. he's got latest from accuweather. good morning. >> a very nice start tam, plenty of sunshine winds not that strong. we're now up to 45 degrees in philadelphia. and even some of those cooler spots like millville and allentown getting close to the 40's and most of us will wind up in the 50's later on. in philadelphia we're going to go for 58. not nearly as windy as yesterday and pretty bright. tomorrow and really later this evening and overnight we're going to start to see some rain. tomorrow morning it will be raining up until about 7 o'clock or so. and then we'll see some drying but the temperatures are going to start falling from 49 all the way down to 40 in the afternoon and it's going to be very windy and blustery tomorrow, so things changing overnight and tomorrow, tam, but today is great. >> okay, thank you david. coming up on "gma" model christie teigen. we'll see you back here in 30. >> ♪ (burke) at farmers, we've seen almost everything,
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♪ over my head ♪ i'm out of my mind. >> welcome back to "gma." nice crowd out in times square on this march 1st. rea ready for super tuesday voting and chrissy teigen is here live. robin will talk to her. an exclusive look at how you can shop oprah's closet. the superstar auctioning off some of her favorite things and they could be yours and it all goes for a good cause. >> that's great. the american woman who's living a fairy tale. her real-life "downton abbey" story that took her from new york city to a manor in england. that story is coming up. first over to robin. >> she's here! she's here. she finally made it here. soon-to-be mom chrissy teigen one of our favorites, the "sports illustrated" swimsuit model, television personality living "the fablife" and social media superstar is also an avid
chef sharing mouthwatering recipes from her new cookbike "cravings." >> i wanted to be here for so long. so exciting. >> worth the wait. >> i know. it really was. >> you looked fantastic. >> imagine you. >> on the red carpet. >> i can't believe that was a couple of days ago. >> you were adorable. >> feeling some pains walking down that carpet but it was -- it was very mellow this year. it was very calm. i liked it. >> viewers also have made some headlines. stacey dash came out there and it was a bit that kind of fell flat. you had an expression that went viral. >> the whole area was still talking about it well into the sarah silverman segment because we were so floored by the silence and so funny to see chris and kevin go, oh, man, that was weird and so funny to us and i just -- i can't -- you know, i got to show my face. i can't hold it in. >> were you surprised how it went viral like that so quickly. >> i immediately started -- my
phone was going insane. what have i done now? you can't tell when the camera is on. there's no red light. you have no idea so i can't believe i did it again. i still get sent the one from the globes so now i have another year of this happening >> that's because you're so expressive. that's what we adore about you. you don't hold back. if you feel something you just -- >> it's so bad. i love seeing my instagrams right now though because people are turning it into all sorts of different memes. i love it. >> congratulations again. >> thank you, thank you so much. >> you've been so outspoken in talking about it in that -- >> too outspoken apparently. >> some people feel that way. you have said it's going to be a baby girl you wanted a baby girl. >> yes. >> so people were a little critical of that. >> i know. i think i didn't realize this is so not really talked about. in my world it is. so i said it so casually that i didn't anticipate all the people that had never heard of such a thing before and then it's interesting to spark
conversation and get people talking about it and we're happy with our decision and we're proud of it and glad we're living in a time we could do such a thing but, yeah, it's weird. we definitely didn't anticipate any kind of backlash from it. >> you think that john a little baby girl. >> he deserves a baby girl. look at him. he's so -- he's so good to me obviously and he's just going to be the most doting amazing father to a baby girl. a baby boy too. we all know boys love their mommy. i'll give him this time first and next time -- >> how about we walk over here. >> are you having -- speaking of cravings are you having any. >> now i can -- i'm just fitting whatever i can in me. basically my stomach is here. it's this big. >> so what are you going to make for us. >> this is my chipotle chicken. one of the first things in my cookbook. one of the first things on the block. thank you, everybody. we have a team here which i love. really, really easy to throw together. still one of john's favorite recipes for our barbecues.
make a marinade and throw brown sugar, chipotle peppers and lime juice, a ton of garlic. like 20 cloves of garlic. yes, i love this. this is great. and then a little whiskey or whatever alcohol you have laying around which i don't really know why i personally love the smoky whiskey flavor but now i'm just sad that i can't have it. >> how long does -- >> throw it in a ziploc bag. get it all nice and melded together and toss it in a ziploc and do a shaky-shake and go overnight but four hours is fine too. >> this is the result. >> lay it down just drizzle a little more on the top there. we'll put it in the oven for 35 minutes >> that's okay. >> not bad out all and drizzle honey on it which is one of my favorite things on the planet. don't drizzle too early because it will burn. another ten minutes and end up with this beautiful chicken over here. do it under the broiler for a bit and it's delicious and then i love pairing it with my mango
salsa. makes me feel healthy. i toss a little mango here. some avocado. i love this group. this is fantastic. cilantro, people are very weird about cilantro. you don't have to do it. some more lime, lime zest. >> want to come over and get a bite. >> you better eat for it if you're going to be cheering for it. onion, a lot of salt. everything needs a lot of salt. toss it up. thank you my sous chef. >> a nice complement. >> hello. >> hi. >> i'm so excited to see you guys. i've been wanting to come here forever. >> tell us about this. >> this is my sweet potato gnocchi with brown butter and sage. a little parmesan on top. this is actually being made a lot. i see it on instagram. all over my instagram. >> wow. that is amazing. >> i feel bad. i know what it's like to have to eat on tv now and you just have to pretend and it's really tough
sometimes. >> does this look like pretending. >> and cauliflower. >> roasted cauliflower and orzo salad. really easy to throw together, light and fresh and vibrant and i really -- putting pasta in your salad is one of my new favorite things. >> ooh. i like a touch like that. that is fabulous. >> thank you. >> so good to see your mom. >> mom is -- she's so funny. that camera turns on and she's just whoosh. you can't shut her up. >> she has some good recipes. >> she does. she has a whole chapter in the book. >> thank you for making the time. all the best to you. >> how much. >> and john and "cravings" available now and you can get these recipes on our website and don't forget about "the fablife." >> don't forget. >> amy, where are you? >> i'm over here. don't eat it all without me but in the meantime, now more from "the bachelor." former contestant emily maynard who got engaged on both "the bachelor" and "the bachelorette" is opening up in her new book "i said yes" about accepting proposes on the shows and then getting through the dark days after those relationships ended.
abc's juju chang has her story. >> reporter: america first fell in love with emily maynard on "the bachelor" swooning as brad womack proposed. >> you make me happier than i've ever been in my life and marry me. >> reporter: when that ended in heartbreak we rooted for the single mom on "the bachelorette" as she fell for jef. >> will you marry me? >> yes. >> reporter: but we watched that romance publicly collapse too. today after all the reality show drama, emily says she's moved on to a peaceful new chapter which she writes about in "i said yes." it's the story emily says of saying yes not only to new husband tyler but also to god after many difficult years. among the dark episodes emily explores, the time at age 15 when lonely and depressed she downed a bottle of pills. >> i had a bad day. i just decided i'm going to take some pills. i did and ended up in the hospital. i would call it a cry for help. >> reporter: emily also writes
about the tragic death of her fiancee nascar driver ricky hendricks killed in a plane crash in 2004 just days before she discovered she was pregnant with their daughter, little ricki. >> after the accident i wished more than anything that i had been on the plane with him. >> reporter: emily credits "the bachelor" for putting a bounce back into her single mom step. still, she says she knew almost as soon as brad proposed it felt forced. >> you see it on tv and it just looks so romantic but when you're actually in the moment it's not that way at all. it's so quiet. and it's actually quite awkward. >> reporter: less than two years later came jef's proposal. she said she knew the relationship was doomed the moment her daughter joined the couple on camera. >> it's just not a normal situation. you don't get engaged in somebody and then say, oh, hey, ricki, this is jef. but it just didn't feel right. nothing about it felt right. >> reporter: on social media emily was vilified as the relationship fell apart.
that's when emily says she became more spiritual. she met tyler johnson at church. the two wed in 2014 and welcomed baby jennings last year. and now the big news. >> i am pregnant again. >> reporter: emily says she has no regets about her reality show past since it led to the happily ever after future she never dreamed possible. for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> all right, amy, beautiful day here in new york city. great day to get out and vote if you got a primary in your state. have at it. meanwhile, change of weather across the northwest, rain there, mountain snow. take a look at your forecast right now. >> hey, rob, dave murphy here with an update from accuweather. nothing going on rain-wise. lots of sun and nice this afternoon on the first day of march. a high of 58 degrees not as
now to the sale to end all sales. oprah's cleaning out her closet and some of her favorite things up for grabs auctions off designer duds for a great cause and "o" magazine gives us a sneak peek exclusively. jesse palmer has details. >> anyone wants a piece of oprah history can go online to ebay where there are more than 200 items of clothing, shoes, accessories, high-end designer items that the media mogul is parting with all proceeds going to a charity coast to her heart and we're about to see and show you how she selected what is going on sale. take a look. it's the ultimate closet cleanout for the latest edition of "o" magazine. oprah winfrey sifted through her
closet at harpo studios filled with hundreds of designer dresses, tops and shoes. >> whoo! >> reporter: oprah along with bff gayle king made piles of clothes to donate and those to keep. in the end she said the process was liberating. >> holding on to pieces that are a part of the dream you have for yourself that have nothing to do with the way you live now. >> reporter: more than 200 items up for auction on ebay. all proceeds going to the oprah winfrey leader shimizu academy foundation. like this pink chiffon dress she wore on the cover of "o" magazine. >> be able to categorize your life in such a way that it is most helpful and most useful to you. >> reporter: letting go of the past and giving back to help girls move forward. and oprah's big sale live on ebay right now and new items will be added through march 4th. the starting bid on every item is only 99 cents but obviously with so many fans wanting a little piece of oprah
memorabilia their prices are sure to get higher which at the end of the day is good news for all the students that oprah wants to help. >> absolutely and by the way, really nice clothes and here with a look at some of oprah's actual pieces vincent payen head of selling for ebay. thanks for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> an idea of what we have here. >> so, i mean first of all, ebay sellers donate like over $90 million every year to charity. this is a place where you get the most money for the thing you lo longer need and at the same time able to do a good deed so it was like a really, really natural partnership with oprah to raise as money as possible. >> fees very oprahesque. >> you brought a couple of iconic pieces. what do we have. >> the badgely mishka sequin dress a classic piece, so each was actually custom-made for oprah. >> wow. she looks great. >> this dress is going for over $1200 on ebay and the auction
just started. >> that was started at 99 cent. >> started at 99 cents. >> that if you bought it would be thousands of dollars and when you consider all the money going to charity. >> it's a good cause. >> that is great. >> how about this hat. >> my favorite. i'm actually bidding on it and, jesse, if you want to go at it. >> really. >> men can wear the hat also. >> i think it's the only thing i could pull off. maybe you could do better. >> a unisex hat. >> yes. >> are we -- >> here we go. >> there you go, jesse. strangely amazing in that hat. >> is this really expensive. >> right now it's about $500. >> does it come with chaps? >> that's way before my pay grade. >> everything could be arranged but, no, this is again like a piece of tv history for a good cause. >> when did she wear? >> she wore it in 2009 when touring the u.s. with gayle. >> i love that when she did that cross country trip. let me put that back. what price now.
>> $500. i'll have to bid when we're done. >> you have tips on spring cleaning that people can do. >>oprah is doing spring cleaning so we can too. >> like all of us should think about like cleaning a closet, be smart with what we own so really like quick tips, this accessory hanger on the door with jewelry, belts. >> a little stop for everything. >> exactly so great to save space. the hangers for the ties, belt, again, super convenient. the double rods, you know, like that sounds like really simple but like you actually double the size of your closet. >> i love all of these ideas and just one last thing, why not decorate? it is an important space in your house. you see it every day. we love you did that. i love this charity auction. jesse, don't bid against him. >> i want that hat. that was mine -- you already put it on my head. it's over. >> everybody the new issue of "o" magazine on newsstands now. coming up, the woman living a real-life "downton abbey"
do you know someone who say real-life superhero. ben and henry want to know. >> let us know who you consider your hometown hero and why. >> you would win a trip to the premiere of "batman v superman" and more. >> we'd like to give them a proper hero's thank you. >> go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to find out how to enter. back now with a real-life fairy tale story. one woman living out that dream going from an apartment in greenwich village, new york, to a manor in england, dawn russell, well, she gets the royal treatment in the latest issue of "people" magazine and told me about the chance meeting that changed her life. meet lady dawn russell, wife of english arrest co-contract lord james russell and mother of two boys who enjoy their time at
this abbey living a fairy tale life. >> go. >> reporter: but once upon a time her story began as a girl growing up in the heart of new york city. >> you are dawn the new yorker. >> i'm just dawn. >> but over in england you're lady dawn. >> reporter: starting differently than most. at 25 she was diagnosed with stage 3 lymphatic cancer and on a quick break between hospitals she met her future husband. so here you are, fighting for your life. >> i was looking for nothing except health. i went to this family friend's house and jamie opened the door. >> reporter: fast forward five years and that friendship blossoming to marriage. >> everyone kind of has their own fairy tale. if you're married to the right person and you've got your kids and everyone is healthy. >> yours just happens to come with -- >> other little decorations. >> those decorations include the russell family home having its very own safari park. >> he must be really hungry. >> my son is literally like one
with those animals. >> reporter: her new york city life transformed to like "downton abbey" hunting trips. shoots still happening. >> oh, are they happening. my husband has a very good shot so do a lot of shooting. >> reporter: even as a new member of one of england's oldest noble families she says it always hasn't been easy. >> it was tough at first. to move countries and leave the safety net of my little west village with my friends and family and rattled my soul. >> were there a lot of eyes on you in the beginning. >> of course. >> were they like who is this american? >> yeah. >> reporter: with her new life came new adjustments. >> these houses are seriously cold. one night i actually put the rug over my bed. it is so cold. >> reporter: one of dawn's biggest faux pass, giving the butler a kiss on the cheek. >> roger the butler. i just love him so, yeah, i'm american. i'm super tactile. and you're definitely i'm a little too tactile. >> the russell family known for
their line of entrepreneurial women so with that dawn fit right in. you're not just a lady you're not a lady of leisure but a hard working woman and i love this concept creating 8g. a supplement tablet featuring eight greens for the body. >> i know what greens do. i want to give to the mother what she doesn't even know she needs. >> reporter: with her thriving business, her steady health and her beautiful family, the american born dawn is now living happily ever after.
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spot. and you can see from this image compared to the one i showed you a half hour ago a lot more emergency workers here on the scene. this is 422 eastbound approaching oaks. we've got fire crews, ambulance, several police officers, all on the scene at this point and they're blocking the right lane so now just one lane gets by here on 422 eastbound. really jammed up past royersford to 23 so expect a slow go there. we've got an update with the big story this morning which has been mass transit because of a fatal accident on the tracks. we're still seeing delays on the northeast corridor. now, amtrak has updated it to 30 minute delays between philadelphia and new york city but new jersey transit still one hour delays. that's a big delay, tam. >> okay, thank you, karen. let's get a last look at accuweather at least for now from dave murphy. good morning. >> all right, tam, well, bright sunshine and the temperatures keep climb. take a look as we're up to 48 degrees in philadelphia and this afternoon's going to be nice. it will be fairly bright, not as windy as yesterday and a high of 58. some rain arrives later this evening and builds overnight. there will be some showers for the morning commute but should
taper off before the commute is over and then sun comes back but tomorrow we get a high of 49 in the morning we drop to about 40 by dinnertime and there will be strong blustery winds along the way tomorrow. windier tomorrow than today. brisk and colder on thursday 40. 39 on friday and tam we're still looking at the possibility of a little light snow from a system that's going to be centered well to our south side. >> thank you david. coming up at noon a pivotal day on the presidential candidate trail. a live report on super tuesday and its impact on the race for the white house. "live with kelly and michael" up next here on 6abc. i'm tamala edwards. have a great tuesday. i have asthma...
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