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has always wanted. and good morning, america. hello to robin at home. josh is off today. it's great to have amy robach, and bill weir here, back from the inauguration. what a day it was yesterday, huh? >> good to be here. it was fun. >> a lot of excitement in washington yesterday. a lot of energy there, as the president gave his speech. walking up the capitol steps. and look at what was happening out on the mall. almost a million people out on the mall. not as many as four years ago. and the president, trying to savor every moment yesterday. his family, as well, was having a lot of fun. especially during that parade. there we see -- that's malia, right? there's malia, doing instagram. and sasha, as well. they were having fun chewing gum. they were going to enjoy this day yesterday. they certainly did.
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today, the work begins for the president's second term. >> gum, lip gloss and cell phones. average teens and tweens, right. we also have some astonishing video from overnight. a terrifying moment during the afternoon commute. this woman here, she faints right on to the track. look at that. oh. she's okay. but wait until you hear how she was rescued. wow. >> it's scary to watch. a real hero there. and we're so excited. jennifer lopez is taking over our second hour. you do not want to miss that. it's going to be spicy. >> all right. we might need some spice. we have some very cold temperatures, dangerous temperatures, actually, freezing much of the united states right now. sam is tracking the very latest for us. sam? >> yeah, anything that will warm you up. 19 states, by the way, from north dakota, to north carolina, all the way into maine, have these advisories, these windchill advisories. look at it. international falls at 38 below zero. that's the way it feels right now. charleston, came up to one degree from zero. over the past couple of hours. pittsburgh, good morning. it feels like it's seven below this morning. and new york, step outside.
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it feels like it's in the single digits. here's this cold air. basically the idea here is, some of this cold air will drop in the south. as it came in, it had enough punch with these winds and a little bit of snow to snarl traffic and cause some big accidents, in just about one-quarter of the country. take a look. overnight, arctic air and blowing snow made for treacherous travel for the northeastern quarter of the nation. in ohio, three major pileups. more than 150 cars, trucks and tractor-trailers, slamming into each other in whiteout conditions. >> these cars just kept coming. we're sitting there, at the mercy of god. and this guy just hit us head-on. >> reporter: and this massive crash in cincinnati. 86 cars in all, left a 12-year-old girl dead. further north in cleveland, howling polar winds sent this 200-year-old tree crashing into a home. the same winds whipped up winds on lake erie.
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and caused blizzard conditions on parts of lake michigan. >> you can't see in front of you. you can't see the cars. >> reporter: in pontiac, michigan, the roof of the silverdome was under renovation. this morning, it's in tatters. shredded by winds. bitter windchills in places like fargo, north dakota, again, reached 35 degrees below zero on monday. and this cold air is spreading south and east. >> i'm definitely ready for the sun. >> this cold air is in place. it came in with the strong winds. so the question now is, how far south does it go? over the next 24 hours, we'll get as far south as atlanta. there will be some frost and freeze warnings down in north florida, as well. a pocket of cold air that goes to the deep south and seems to last. >> a lot of the country affected. sam, thanks very much. we're going to turn to president obama, now, and what's in store for the second term after yesterday's inaugural. the speech, a call to action. and uncompromising annunciation of liberal principles. the question, now, what can get done on those big issues like gun control, gay rights, and climate change?
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abc's jon karl joins us from the white house. liberals were cheering yesterday. republicans, not so much. >> reporter: that's right, george. the president has set the tone for his second term. he went big. he went lofty. he went ambitious. and he went unmistakably liberal. over and over, president obama echos his campaign slogan. >> together. together we discover. together. >> reporter: with that, he invited all americans to celebrate the changing landscape of american culture. >> we have always understood that when times change, so must we. but preserving our individual freedoms ultimately requires collective action. >> reporter: he unapologetically laid out a progressive agenda. promising discussion on climate change, fighting poverty, equal
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pay for women, and immigration. >> centuries-long debate about the role of government of all-time. but it does require us to act in our time. >> reporter: and for the first time ever in an inaugural address, the president specifically mentioned gay rights. >> our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. for, if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another, must be equal, as well. >> reporter: but obama, four years ago, talked about the audacity of hope, now gives a nod to reality. reminding his most fervent supporters that progress requires compromise. >> we must act knowing that our work will be imperfect. we must act knowing that today's victories will be only partial. >> reporter: before he headed back into the capitol, president obama stopped to look in awe at that amazing view of the national mall. >> take a look one more time. i'm not going to see this again. >> reporter: afterwards, the obama family took in the parade in a decidedly less formal way.
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dancing, snapping photos. and even chewing gum. and while all those hundreds of thousands of people who filled the mall have now helped president obama win his last campaign, the last campaign he says he will ever run, he's still counting on their support building a grassroots organization to get things done. and let's get to the balls now. and the show-stopping moment when the first lady stepped out in that red gown, dancing to jennifer hudson, singing one of the president's favorites. cecilia vega was there for the whole show. ♪ listen, i >> reporter: on stage, the president mouthed the words. ♪ i'm so in love with you >> reporter: to a song he knows oh, so, well. this time, he left the inaugural-size serenade to none other than jennifer hudson.
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the first couple dancing cheek to cheek. and the first lady, stunning in a ruby red jason wu gown. and like four years ago, the obamas turned to a who's who of popular performers. this is the hottest ticket in all of washington. we've got one. let's check out this party. from alicia keys, who put a presidential twist on her hit song. ♪ obama's on fire >> reporter: to other a-listers, like brad paisley and stevie wonder. ♪ very superstitious >> reporter: so what's the review on the first lady's dress? >> amazing. beautiful. >> reporter: this year, instead of ten balls, just two. in one room, more than 30,000 people dancing the night away, from sea to shining sea, of sequins. in another, the party went on military style, at the commander in chief's ball. >> you all dress up pretty nice.
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>> reporter: the glitz and glamour overnight capped off a full day of pomp and pageant -- pageantry, with kelly clarkson belting out patriotism on the capitol steps. later tweeting out this picture from backstage. meeting the woman who would cap the inauguration with this. ♪ of the brave the brave ♪ >> reporter: pretty powerful moment. and it wasn't just her singing that made headlines. did you see those earrings? they were 80-carat emeralds. tonight, the celebration in washington continues with lady gaga reportedly making an appearance for the campaign staffers at the white house. george, not going to lie. feeling a little bit of pain this morning. it was a late night.
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>> i heard the private party at the white house went way past midnight last night, as well. a lot of people sharing it. thank you, cecilia. let's go to bill weir, in for josh. morning headlines. >> somewhere there's a great picture of joe biden and jay-z together. good morning, everybody. we begin with a close call for passengers on a southwest airlines flight to las vegas. just as the plane was taking off from denver, a fire warning light comes on, forcing the pilots to make an emergency landing. the brakes then got so hot, three tires blew, as that plane hit the tarmac. no one hurt. but mechanics trying to figure out what triggered the warning light today. new revelations in the catholic church sex abuse scandal. newly released documents though that officials in the los angeles diocese, including the now retired roger mahoney discussed strategies to keep police from finding out about the abuse. preventing the priests from
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getting therapy. and paying one priest a secret salary after allegedly getting a teenager pregnant. overseas, a new sign that syrian dictator, bashar al assad, losing power. russia evacuating citizens from that country. fighting between government and rebel forces is intensifying today in the capital of damascus. frightening happening at the evening commute. a woman fainted on to the tracks. frightening to see her go limp, just as a train is approaching the station, in spain. with the approaching oncoming train there, a police officer -- an off-duty police officer jumps on to the tracks. is able to carry her to the far side, as frantic passengers yell for the train to stop. she was fine. checked out okay. but startling video to see. and more trouble this morning for blockbuster video. the parent company is closing 300 of the chain's 800 rental stores nationwide, cutting 3,000 jobs. trying to focus on selling video streaming services. and gather around, kids. as the snow falls, we'll get a lesson now in asymmetrical
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warfare. courtesy of mischievous ruffians in england, who thought it would be hilarious to launch snowballs at a passing fireboat. i believe it was sun tsu, who said never bring a snowball to a firehose fight. >> oh, wow. >> that will teach you. >> that had to be cold. >> and that's reaffirming many little boys' desire to become a fireman. look at that. >> so much for david and goliath. >> that's right. >> thank you, bill. >> thank you, bill. now to the latest harrowing details coming out about the hostage crisis in north africa. we have an exclusive interview with the wife of one american who narrowly escaped death, hiding from the terrorists for more than two days. >> reporter: it was four days of terror, seen in these first videos from inside, recorded by one of the hostages. and broadcast by algerian tv. based on official accounts, at least 37 of these men were either executed by the terrorists or killed in rescue attempts. three of them, american. gordon lee rowan, from oregon. and frederick buttaccio and victor lovelady from texas.
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>> we asked him all the time, do you feel safe? do you feel safe going? if you don't feel safe, don't go. he said, oh, i feel safe. nothing's happened there for so long. >> reporter: among the americans able to get out, was steven wysocki of colorado. whose wife told clayton sandell, of his harrowing tale. >> my feeling of it is he's been to hell and back. >> reporter: his wife says her husband hid from the terrorists in his office at the gas plant, often under his desk, before making a run for it. >> he was there, in hiding, for about two and a half days. was within two or three feet of some of the terrorists at times. some of his friends didn't make it. there were a couple of times where he said he truly thought he was going to die. >> reporter: the leader of the al qaeda group behind the attack is now the number one target in a rapidly expanding u.s./french military operation near his base, in the african country of mali, where the first transport planes were put into action on monday.
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officials say the attackers were heavily armed with sophisticated weapons. and their leader has threatened more attacks against american and european targets in the area soon. george? >> brian, thank you. we have a consumer alert now. an abc news exclusive look at a new report that shows how many of the foods we buy may not be what we're paying for. filled with cheap substitutes instead of the real thing. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: it's what we expect as shoppers. >> i think that anything they put in there should be listed on the ingredients label. >> reporter: but a new scientific troll down the grocery aisle, by the nonprofit food detectives, usp, discovered rising numbers of fake ingredients in products from olive oil, to spices, to fruit juice. in a new database to be released tomorrow, and obtained by abc news this morning, usp warns consumers the fda and manufacturers, that the amount of food fraud they found is up
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60% over last year. among the most popular targets, for unscrupulous food suppliers, pomegranate juice, which is often diluted with grape or pear juice. >> pomegranate juice is a high-value ingredient. high-priced ingredient. and adulteration appears to be widespread. >> reporter: in fact, liquid and ground foods in general are the easiest to tamper with. from olive oil, which is often diluted with cheaper oil, and lemon juice. often cheapened with water and sugar. to tea, diluted with fillers like lawn grass or fern leaves. and spices like paprika, adulterated with dangerous food colorings. >> there are synthetic dyes, industrial dyes that mimic that color nicely. >> reporter: also on the list, seafood. number one on the list, white tuna or albacore, on sushi menus. but it's really escolar, an oily fish that can cause stomach problems. >> there's absolutely a public
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health risk. and key is, people unauthorized to handle this product, are probably not following good manufacturing practices. >> reporter: the fda and grocery manufacturers tell abc news, they take this scientific survey seriously and are monitoring fake food. what can you do? the experts say buy whole food, rather than ground up teas, spice and coffee. it's more difficult to fake. and buy food from brands that have an interest in repeat customers and no interest in fooling you. companies you trust. george? >> that's good advice, jim. you can see more of jim's report on "world news" and "nightline." now, take a look at this incredible picture. a boulder crashed into the bedroom of a utah woman in the middle of the night, while she was sleeping. she's certainly lucky to be alive this morning. and abc's nick watt has her story. >> reporter: there it is. 12 feet by 9 feet, by 9. maybe 50 tons of solid rock, smashing through your bedroom wall at 3:00 a.m. think about it.
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scott's wife, wanda, was home alone when that happened. >> i felt a weight of guilt of not being there. but the more i processed it, had i been here in bed, she would have died. >> reporter: wanda survived by leaping on to scott's empty side of the bed. luck? fluke? fortune? scott was at their son's house that night. if he had been home, wanda would have been crushed by his side. neighbors woke to wanda's screams, a cracked sternum and a major gash and a broken jaw. >> with her jaw wired shut, i'm probably not going to get the full story for a couple of weeks. >> reporter: the denhalters just moved in last month. they liked the shade from that ridge. but -- >> i said, i'm a little leery of the ridge line. a boulder could come crashing down the hill. and come through our house. >> reporter: what dislodged the boulder is unclear. some say they heard running water up there. others blame the cold weather. here's one of the neighbors. >> i would not live on that side of the street. >> reporter: a lot of us imagine we'll die in bed one day. but not like this. a rude awakening, a bump in the night, doesn't even begin to
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describe the horror. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> that's -- >> you don't want to die in bed, right? >> i don't remember the story now. because the line, a lot of us imagine we'll die in bed one day. i didn't -- do you? >> where would you like to die, sam? >> we're going to get philosophical. >> i'm like, what? all right. wow. with that. last week, we showed you the pictures from the mavericks, the big open-water surf competition in california. and the waves are still tough in that direction. we're going to show you the temperatures there. let's kick off this northern snow. the lake-effect snow, we have very powerful winds. that means one to two feet. we've had tweets from new york. four inches of snow since midnight. so that's really roaring. and here's the west coast. 80, 81 yesterday. 80 degrees in l.a. today. 61 in san francisco. but 14-foot waves in the southern california area. one of the things that was in my mind after that, where would you like to die overnight?
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>> big changes coming on the west coast. we'll talk about that. weather changes. we'll talk about that in the next half hour. all of that weather was brought to you by target. >> thank you, sam. coming up on "gma," dramatic, new details, of the pastor accused of killing his wife. the startling moments when he took the stand in his own defense. and prince harry, in an unprecedented and lengthy interview from the war zone. what really happened in vegas? and what he reveals right now about the girlfriend he's always wanted. >> i think we know what happened in vegas. behind the story of this stunning video. we will talk to the high school wrestler -- >> ooh. >> yeah, it's tough. we'll talk to him live just ahead. and why is this fearless toddler going one on one with potentially deadly animals? see life in the best light. outdoors, or in. transitions® lenses automatically filter just the right amount of light. so you see everything the way it's meant to be seen.
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>> now from abc7 news. >> good morning, i action eric thomas. we have trouble spots with track. sue? >> not a good morning for folks after a long holiday week. south 101 san rafael early accident cleared to the shoulder. can you see traffic bunched up leaving novato. south 101 at treat and walnut cream a multi-car accident blocking two lanes and bumper to bumper. southbound 238 before mission, a car lost a mattress which is in one lane and the car is in the
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other lane. that is cleared but the damage is continue, southbound 238, from before 580. southbound 880 before thornton a multi-car accident blocking two lanes of traffic there. eric? >> when we come back, our meteorologist, mike nicco, will
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>> welcome back. check out this beautiful such rise under the bay bridge for the next few minutes. our temperatures show frosty around santa rosa at 30. concord at 32. other temperatures are running
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28 in fairfield, and 38 in san jose and 45 in oakland and 47 in san francisco. the frost is limited this morning. now, our highs. warmer than average at five to eight degrees, most of us in
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watch this.
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high school wrestling match. >> oh, gosh. >> oh. >> right there. 80-pound light plunges from the ceiling, right in the middle of a match. and michael mccomish is okay. we're going to speak with him. he's right there. every time you see the light come down, you cannot believe it. >> the timing of it. >> unbelievable. also coming up, prince harry is speaking out in an unprecedented interview on the front lines. he talks about what really happened in vegas. you see him, in the middle of the interview, having to run to duty. he's talking about what he wants in a girlfriend. very revealing. >> really opening up. >> listen up, young ladies. and born to be wild. the 3-year-old with dead ligators and snakes, as playmates. the pictures and video causing quite a controversy online. why his father is so proud of
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little charlie. >> oh. he's just 3. >> 3 with a boa around his neck. >> with a snake. this is the video that george had to explain to me this morning. i don't know. can you do this? two men are trying to figure out the pain of childbirth. ladies, is this possible? >> no. >> this may be more controversial than snakes on a child. >> never, ever, ever. >> the stomach is not -- >> the first response. we're going to switch gears right now because we have the trial of the former minister accused of killing his wife. arthur schumer is in court for the death of his second wife. abc's alex marquardt has the latest. >> reporter: heading into court, authur shurmur remained calm. >> what compelled you to testify? >> reporter: once on the stand on friday, collected and showing little emotion, he unequivocally denied any role in the death of
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his second wife, betty, in 2008. prosecutors have painted a damming picture, saying shurmur bludgeoned her. i didn't stage an event. betty began to undo her seat belt, he said. as she did so, a deer came out to the right. we then made it to the guardrail. the 63-year-old former methodist pastor, said he was alone, lost and scared at the hospital, where he asked doctors to take betty off of life support. he told jurors that the decision was agonizing and that he wanted her to live. the next day, he had her cremated. the investigation into betty's death sparked another mysterious 1999 death of his first wife, jewel. shurmur said she fell down a flight of stairs while vacuuming. prosecutors now believe he beat her to death, as well. >> you look at jewel shurmur. she has two strikes to the right side of her head. a long, cylinder object. betty shurmur, she has two strikes to the right side of her head. all right? and lacerations looked similar. and the patterns look similar.
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>> reporter: once this trial ends, he'll stand trial for jewel's murder. he's pled not guilty. >> if he's found not guilty in this case, it will embolden him to think he will be found not guilty again in the other case. if he's found guilty in this case, tough to know whether it night lead him to be more likely to try to enter into some sort of plea. >> reporter: as soon as closing arguments are done this morning, we expect the jury to begin deliberating as early as this afternoon. at the center of the debate will be shurmur's performance, which was said to be emotionless. he told the jury, he's not crying on the outside, but on the inside. now, to prince harry, out of afghanistan, after a four-month military tour. the 28-year-old, speaking out in an unprecedented interview, with no topic off-limits, including what you're seeing right there. the moment in the middle of the interview, when he was called back on duty. abc's lama hasan has the story. ♪
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>> my office is quite cramped. my knees are up against the screen. i'm not complaining. we fly when we have to. take a life to save a life. century, we're more determined than anything else. >> reporter: harry loves being an apache pilot. here, he's just one of the guys. >> this is my bed. >> reporter: he sleeps where they sleep. eats where they eat. >> it's easy to completely forget about who i am when i'm in the army. i'm one of the guys. i'm not treated any different. >> reporter: but his life isn't really all that normal at all. he's on the front lines, fighting the war on terror. he's the trigger man, the gunner, as it's called, of his apache. his job is hunting down the taliban and eliminating the enemy. >> people are trying to do bad stuff to our guys, we'll play
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the game, i suppose. >> reporter: and there's the reminder that he is, well, a prince. a week after harry arrived, the base was attacked on his birthday. and the media and military started to re-evaluate whether their most famous member really could be kept safe. >> obviously, the papers were like, oh, this is all against me. no one really knows. the guys dealt with it really well. and it was on my birthday. it was a reality check. >> reporter: life away on the front lines has its drawbacks. william and kate announced their pregnancy when harry was away. >> i'm thrilled for both of them. it's about time. i can't wait to be an uncle. >> reporter: and sometimes the press gets it really wrong, which is harry's big beef. >> i didn't send a letter of congratulations by most of the papers. i spoke to my brother and her. both very well. and both very happy, obviously. >> reporter: the press has always been a thorn in harry and williams' side. >> come on. >> my father doesn't read it.
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>> reporter: but harry does read it. all of it. >> of course i read it. if there's a story being written about me, i want to know what's being said. it just upsets me and angers me. i don't know if there's such a thing as private life anymore. >> reporter: but this prince learned a painful lesson earlier this year in vegas. >> every, single mobile phone has a camera. i let other people down. but i was in a private area. and there was a certain amount of privacy that one should expect. >> reporter: and for all you ladies wondering about the world's most eligible bachelor. >> you can't be urged to settle down. you find the right person. if everything feels right, it takes time. you're never going to find someone that's going to jump into the position that it would hold, as simple as that. >> reporter: and, ladies, one other note. if you do plan on wooing prince harry, don't make him a pb and j
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and sandwich. he hates peanut butter. he will have r&r before returning to his role as a prince. i'm suspecting he wants a nice, cold beer. >> he works hard, he plays hard. >> and he hates peanut butter. >> that would be the first thing i'd offer him, in a social setting. >> with bananas. >> the first thing i notice about the shot is the snow behind lama in london. you're thinking of peanut butter and jelly. i'm thinking of snow. we'll look at the snow that got into the boston area. there was discussion on the low offshore in the northeast and how much snow it would bring. anywhere in philly, an inch and a half. rhode island got four or five inches of snow. eastern end of long island got some. but not too many -- about half an inch in boston. as the low pulls away, there's colder air in behind it. that's the real player. we're talking about very cold temperatures in the next 48
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hours. burlington, about ten degrees. boston, 29. on the west coast, big change. you've had dry weather as of late. now, we're going to drop the jet stream down. we're going to make the cooler temperatures and rain happen for some of the coastline. san francisco, you're on your way down. l.a. on your way down from 80 degrees today. it's your last, really gr >> all of that weather was brought to you by at&t. again, just the big thing is this real shot of frigid air. in some cases, two, four years haven't been this cold. >> sam, thank you. coming up, the 3-year-old going head-to-head with a snake right there. also, crocodiles. you might think it's a little risky. his dad says he's proud of
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his father says it's safe. but the pictures are raising a lot of questions. john muller has the story. >> reporter: he's billed as australia's youngest wildlife ranger. 3-year-old charlie parker, all jazzed up about reptiles, big ones. learning the family business at their wildlife park down under. and these photos, have just turned him into an international and controversial sensation. >> it's a boa constrictor. >> reporter: his best friend since he was 2, pablo, an 8-foot-long boa constrictor that weighs more than he does. it could kill him in an instant. this toddler is fearless. even practicing with young alligators. watch as he takes a dip with a gator. shocking images to some. but charlie's dad couldn't be prouder. >> he could be an ambassador for conservation and animal welfare. i think it's good for everybody. >> reporter: is he too young for
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this risky contact with wild animals? >> children and wild animals is not a good mix. >> reporter: last year, the head of a gorilla conservation group shocked the public when he released these videos of his then-18-month-old daughter, playing and petting a 300-pound gorilla. and the legendary steve irwin drew heavy criticism for holding his young son too close to a crocodile. but like irwin's daughter, bindi, who followed in her dad's footsteps at age 8, little charlie has been taught a healthy respect for the danger involved. here, he watches his brother feed the crocodile from a safe distance. you hear him say be careful. >> you're jeopardizinining your around the animal at a young age. >> reporter: clearly, this is no ordinary kid from an ordinary family. but grim reports of a child
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dying make the news. but accidents often happen when wild animals are involved. that being said, he is adorable, isn't he, guys? >> john muller, thank you very much. and coming up on "good morning america," how you can rock bangs just like the first lady. we're cutting this woman's hair, live, this morning, to reveal the first lady's look. and how it can be worn for everyone. >> wouldn't that be great if that was michelle obama? also, "the play of the day." giving new meaning to wrestling under the lights. you've got to see this. when we come back, we'll hear from the kid who somehow survived an incredible picture. one.
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right then. here's "the play of the day." >> best part of filling in for josh, bar none, "play of the day." this is incredible. we've been tensing with horror every time we've seen this. a high school wrestling match in south dakota.
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that's michael mccombic. he's a senior. always dreamed of wrestling under the lights. when he gets in the wrestling position. can you believe that? an 80-pound light picture fell from 30 feet. landed on top of him. but he pops up, gets some stitches and he's fine. here's michael, in his own words. >> i walk over to the? er is of the mat. and i'm set. and the next thing i know, the light's on top of me. and i tried to stand up. it was awkward weight. i couldn't stand up. at first, it was like, wow, what just hit me? and i noticed all the glass. i'm like, okay. this isn't good. if i would have been standing, or the mat wouldn't have been in the right place, i would have been to the left or right or front or back more and the edge of it would have hit me, it could have done serious damage. something that i've heard from a lot of people, they say at madison square garden everyone gets to wrestling under the
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>> good morning, everyone, repair work will begin today on the bay bridge tower bumper damaged in a tanker collision two weeks ago. part of the bumper was crushed when the tanker "overseas raymar" sideswiped it. repair is expected to take about 4 1/2 months and cost up to $3 million. here is mike with the forecast. >> thank you, eric. good morning, everyone. the frosty conditions around concord at 32 and santa rosa, 30. that is it. tomorrow we will not be frost freed. high clouds and sunshine and scattered light showers tomorrow. sue? >> new stalled truck incline section of the bay bridge jamming up already jammed commute with metering lights on and traffic backed to the macarthur maze behind the toll and south 101 at treat, the accident is cleared but delays remain. also, southbound 880 before
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thornton, that accident is cleared but very slow all the way from oakland to fremont.
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superstar jennifer lopez, came to times square and took over as our special guest? trust us, that's what we wanted to know. that's why, get this, this morning, it happens. >> sounds pretty good to me. >> it's jennifer lopez. only on -- >> good morning, america. >> that's putting the good in good morning. >> don't you dare miss this. >> "good morning america" continues, live in times square, with robin, george, josh, sam, lara and jennifer. >> everyone out there in times square. and there she is, live, jennifer lopez in times square. >> good morning. >> a brand-new movie. and adorable twins. cannot wait to see you in a little bit. welcome, everybody. there's everyone outside. iowa hawkeyes. as cold as iowa this morning. hi to robin. josh is off today. great to have bill weir and amy both in. >> thank you very much. michelle obama, waking waves with her new hair cut. so many women want bangs just like hers, including this woman.
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here's what she looked like earlier this morning. >> that is going to be a big change. >> it is going to be a big change. she's got a lot of hair there. we're going to reveal the brand-new michelle-inspired look. >> it is a hot look. and amy and i have been discussing this. two guys out there wanted to know what it felt like, the true pain of having a baby. what they found -- there's no way it could compare. let me tell you firsthand. but it's unbelievable video. >> you guys have been declaring. >> i said they have the sensors in the wrong place. >> yeah. >> there's a couple of key pieces to that puzzle that just can't happen, boys. >> that's where the conversation starts. join the rest of us, this morning on "good morning america." by the way, did we mention that jennifer lopez is right there? this is not a normal morning. she is right there, on the couch. like, wow. >> she walked in and there was a collective, dang. >> i mean, gorgeous.
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i can't wait. i can't wait for this morning. and all month long we've been jumpstarting your january. last week was money, money, money. this week, is love, love, love, how to find it. >> i love you, sam. >> i love you, lara. i love jennifer lopez, too. this is something called flow dating. we're going to talk about it. i don't know. but we're going to explain. >> about experiencing a physical attraction, as well. you have to see them physically and not just emotionally. >> okay. >> if i see my husband dance, i don't know if i would have been attracted to him. >> amy, please, don't. oh. >> it came later. >> thanks for that, amy. let's get news from bill. >> let's do it. good morning, everybody. we're going to begin with the extreme weather that sam has been talking about. school has been canceled due to low temperatures. windchill could plunge to 50 below zero in parts of minnesota. and snow and wind, causing plenty of headaches, including
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pileups across ohio, involving more than 150 vehicles. and heavily damaging the silver dome in pontiac, michigan. sam's forecast in just a few minutes. on this, his first full day of his second term, president obama is attending a prayer service. and he will follow up with balls for his staff tonight. house republicans plan to vote to extend the u.s. borrowing limit through mid-may. but the president faces a march 1st deadline to prevent steep government spending cuts. details emerging after the bloody siege in algeria, that left 33 dead, including 3 from the united states. an american who died said he thought he was going to die. steven wysocki's wife said he hid under his desk for two days. long-term aspirin use can increase the risk of vision
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loss. many team take a daily aspirin to prevent heart attacks. and doctors say those people should continue to do so. a surfer in san francisco found himself on a rock in a very hard place. he got stranded there for about an hour monday, in heavy surf, before jumping into the water to be rescued by a police boat. this takes gender equality to a new level. the government of denmark says it's not fair that women should have to pay more than men. so, it's requiring hair salons to pay the same prices for men and women. the stylists are appealing the decision. the courts will decide. and some salons are arguing, they should set them based on time or length of cut. >> for haircuts? >> for haircuts. that's your northern european socialists. it doesn't seem fair. you know the prices would go up for us because they're not going down for you. >> no. >> yeah. >> just grow it. >> yeah. >> or shave it.
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>> yeah. >> or pop . >> george. george is frisky today because ali's coming in. something's in the air. jennifer lopez's here. ali's coming in. and right now, we have "pop? leo says he's retiring from acting indefinitely. you'll understand when you hear. he has just wrapped three, huge movies in just two years. "django unchained," "great gatsby," and "the wolf of wall street." he says he needs a long, long break. what will he do? lazy days in the south of france, perhaps? not leo. he says it's time to give back. he plans to fly around the world, doing good for the environment. >> that's great. >> terrific guy. i'm excited to see those movies, as well. also in "pop news" today.
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san francisco 49ers head coach, jim harbaugh, has gone viral. of himself making an appearance on "saved by the bell," which i'm sure he thought was long forgotten. it happened when he was a quarterback for the indianapolis colts. on the show, he played screech's cousin. and he gives this advice about being a hero. >> people think i'm a hero because i can throw a football. but i wouldn't be anything without my teammates. when you start to think you're a big shot, that's when you usually get in trouble. >> right, jim. we'll find out who the true big shot is, when he faces off against his big brother, john, on february 3rd, at the super bowl. are we calling it the superbro bowl? >> bro bowl. >> yeah. somewhere the word bro is. >> the super bowl. >> they're trying to incorporate
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the brother thing. talk amongst yourselves. and the cat dance film festival is on its way. a couple of finalists in this year's competition, include "catalog" about a couple who order a bedspread, and are surprised that when the cat shown in the picture is shipped with the comforter. it's a real tearjerker. there's also "rocky," which is nothing like the version starring sylvester stallone. this tells the story of a touching relationship with his cat. and at the cat dance film festival, all finalists are awarded with the golden litter scoop. >> of course, they are. >> i know you needed to know. i'm here for you, this morning. and finally, pop quiz, everybody are you ready? what figure skating champion has traded in her blades for a bridal gown, marrying a white house staffer over the weekend? george knows it.
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but you're not allowed. we'll have weather first. and then, we'll reveal. >> let's get to sam. >> we're live in times square. and leave it or not -- look at that. look at that face. look at that face. believe it or not, there are folks with all of this cold air. and wait until tomorrow, when it gets even colder. ladies, what's going on with the jewels? the jewels in the hair. what's happening? >> it's our 16th birthday. >> like our 16th birth day? >> yeah. >> everybody's? >> tell me where you're from. >> tammy from raleigh, north carolina. >> sydney from raleigh north carolina. >> and hannah from raleigh, north carolina. >> we'll all be 16 today. it only works for some of us. let's show you what we want to tell you about as you step outside your doors. a live shot from chicago, where chicago has dipped below zero for the first time in years. and look at the warmer air that kind of scoots across the country. that will knock some of the bitter chill out of this in a couple of days. but you do have a few days with it. minneapolis, be prepared for that for a couple of days. this morning, that cold air goes
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all the way down into north florida. tomorrow morning, in north and central florida, a cold start. but those numbers will recover with daytime highs. >> yeah, it's officially cold. you can see it. let's go back inside to -- >> lara. >> thank you, sam. here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." wait until you see how these two handle the pain of having a
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[ cheers and applause ] so much going on here at "good morning america." before we get to it, we want to give you the answer to our pop quiz of the day. we asked what figure skating champ has traded in blades for a bridal gown, marrying a white house staffer over the weekend. george, take it away. >> michelle kwan, olympic medalist, married clay powell. it happened in providence, rhode island. he's the grandson of the former senator, claiborne powell. >> did you know that because you're a washington insider? >> i read it in the washington paper. >> i had johnny weir. >> very close. >> close, right. i don't know if i should be introducing the next story. but i want all of you to listen up. we have a crazy stunt to feel your pain. two tv hosts who are men. they took themselves up to a machine that creates the sensation of labor.
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and wee look at if they can deal with the pain. there's one clue right there. abc's abbie boudreau takes a look. >> reporter: it's the kind of pain that even when it's not exactly real, makes grown men cry. labor. >> we have to do this the all-natural way. >> reporter: up until this point, only women knew the agony of childbirth, which isn't too far from this scene in "knocked up." but now, these two dutch tv hosts know all that screaming on the big screen isn't just an act. giving birth really hurts. >> oh, yes. >> reporter: as part of a stunt, these two men were hooked up to a machine, with electrodes on their abdomen, to simulate labor pain. and just like the real thing, the cramping or contractions got
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stronger, longer and closer to together. they say they did it so they could better empathize with women. but not so fast. >> you could think of it as a very strong charlie horse. but is it as painful as labor? my opinion would be, it isn't. >> reporter: we showed the video to marnette and her husband, james. >> they wouldn't know unless they go through it themselves. >> reporter: do you think it's important to feel what your wife is going through? >> no. >> reporter: you're in trouble, buddy. you're in trouble. how long could these two take the pain? the average labor lasts between 12 and 14 hours. but these guys? they only lasted two. for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. >> those poor babies. i feel so sorry for them. now, to the first lady of
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fashion. we told you we're giving one lucky viewer michelle obama's brand-new look live. we're going to reveal that in just a moment. first, the latest details on the stunning red dress designed by jason wu, from last night's inaugural ball. >> ladies and gentlemen, my better half, and my dance partner, michelle obama. >> reporter: they're the bangs that got the big man beaming. the first lady in red, showing off her new do at the inaugural ball monday night. her chunky bangs, even getting the presidential stamp of approval. ♪ obama's on fire >> reporter: michelle obama, on fire in a ruby chiffon and velvet jason wu jaw-dropper, a return to the designer she wore four years ago. wu tweeting he was in shock. >> when you take someone new like jason wu, it's a phenomenal careermaker. mrs. obama, she has a magic
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touch. >> reporter: michelle obama kicked off the inaugural fashion frenzy with this thom browne coat, under this jacquard dress, and a tie, also by browne. >> i wanted to make something that was as strong as her, and the presence she commands. >> reporter: and keeping with her tastes, a j. crew rhinestone belt, and these pumping. but opting for boots. the gloves, pumps and boots so popular, they've been swept off the store shelves. the first daughters, malia sporting this j. crew coat. sasha with a lavender kate spade ensemble. the obama women putting on an inaugural fashion show, from
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head to toe. and joining us now is eugene smith, senior stylist at the ted gibson salon here in new york city. he's cut beyonce and kerry wattington's hair. and she's given a cut to our volunteer model. before we show the results. tell us what you did. tell us about the style. >> her hair was really long. we had to take a lot off to get the style. like michelle obama's, it's going to be swingy, flirty and fun. >> speaking of fun, i know she's not seen it. we're going to show the before picture first. wow. that is different. let's turn her. and let her see her new look. >> take off your blindfold. >> it's so different. >> how does it feel? >> i feel so classy and trendy. just like the first lady. >> now, you need a jason wu dress. tell us who can wear this look?
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>> anyone can wear this look. the biggest thing i say about bangs to my girls is, you have to get a professional to cut it. but bangs are great for everyone. >> and is it a lot easier to style? she had a lot of hair. >> yeah. >> what do you do for this? >> it will take a bit of styling. but today's styles are natural. she can use her natural wave and be free with it. yeah. it will be easy for her. >> she looks a lot younger, too. >> yeah. it's really cool. >> will it take me to the white house? >> let's see. >> i like it. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> lara, other to you. >> amy, thank you so much. now, we turn to our special guest. we've been talking about her all morning. one of the biggest stars in the world. jennifer lopez is joining us to talk about a brand-new movie. it is called "parker." we welcome you to "good morning america." >> thank you. >> you have a vision in purple. >> i feel like my lipstick matches your necklace. >> we're coordinating nicely. i'll have what you're having.
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you were saying, it's a little early. >> a little bit early. i've been sleeping in the past couple of days. today was shocker. >> i don't blame you. you've had a lot on your plate. >> yeah. >> a world tour. >> first world tour. how was it? >> it was amazing. i loved it. it was great. i was really scared at first, because it was my first world tour. it was really daunting. i've never been on the road. i have two babies. this is going to be a big deal. this was six, seven, eight months of work. nine months straight of rehearsing and everything. it was just -- it was a lot. >> when you're on the road, i mean, look at you. the body is incredible. do you need to workout? because you're moving so much. >> i do workout. you have to stay healthy because the schedule is really, you know, tough. >> and how -- the 4-year-old twins, how are they? >> they're great. they're going to be 5 next month. february. >> were they excited to be on the road? >> they loved it.
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>> was it like field trip? >> they loved it. family trip. they got to be -- we sleep together more because we'd be on the bus. they like that. at home, it's very -- rules. and they sleep in their rooms. i have my room and stuff. but they just lovered it. >> it's a nice feel to bring them to work. we try when we can. >> they loved it. they loved the show. >> "parker" is the name of the new movie. it's the first time i've seen you in a while of the action role. it reminds me of "out of sight" with george clooney. >> it's like if "transformer" and "out of sight" had a baby. and his name is "parker." >> and you play a character named leslie. you're trying to get it all together. and jason shows up. >> and jason shows up. i don't know if it's a good or a bad thing in this movie. he does show up. you're right. she's down on her luck. she's living with her mom.
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she's bankrupt. fresh out of a divorce. and she feels like her life's over. and he shows up. and she sees kind of an opportunity. she knows something's not right there. she's super intelligent. but something's going on. >> i want a piece of that. >> a little piece of that. >> let's take a look, everybody, at "parker." >> a man carlos, took something from me. they're here for a robbery. and they're going to use the house to lay low when they're done. >> so, you let them steal something. you steal it from them. i help you. and i get a commission. you're going to kill them, aren't you? >> i never said that, leslie.
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you did. >> a criminal in a cowboy hat. you're a real estate agent. and you want the commission. >> she wants a little piece of the action. nothing wrong with it. >> of all the leading men you've worked with, how does he rank? >> he's up there. he's up there. he has such a presence. and there's something he does. and he does the action thing. i think he's the best out there right now. there's nobody who can really mess with him right now. and his fan base is going to be so pleased with this movie because i feel like he's done amazing action movies. but this movie has a little bit. that "out of sight" kind of sexiness. but at the same time, this great drama and story going on. thanks to taylor hackford, it really got elevated. we loved working with him, as well. >> two words.
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patti lupone. >> she was amazing. >> also amazing, great cover on "people" magazine. everybody's talking about the first lady's bangs. i just want to go on the record and say, you were rocking those bangs. >> yes. yes, i was. >> thank you. is it a look that you recommend? a lot of women are going to try to follow suit. >> i love bangs. and i put them down, take them back. i like changing my hair up. so, yeah. i love this. >> they're counting us down. we have more with jennifer lopez when we come back. stay with us. >> now from abc7 news, i am
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kristen sze. we follow developing news from oakland where a manhunt is underway for a man accused of shooting an undercover officer at 6:30 last night near seminary avenue. police detained one man but are still looking for two others believed arm and dangerous in the neighborhood east of the colisieum. the officer was shot in the arm. and now the commute from sue hall. >> good morning, kristen. on the east shore freeway, 80 westbound, you can see off to the side of the road, four-car accident to right-hand shoulder but the damage is done and traffic is heavy from highway four down to the macarthur maze and you are looking at under an hour for that drive. elsewhere, a grind southbound 880 before 92 the accident cleared but slow from oakland to fremont southbound direction. kristen? >> we will check with mike
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>> welcome back, we have one frosty temperature, 30 in santa rosa, and 33 in fairfield and concord and mid-to-upper 30's around bait explore and mid-to-upper 40's oakland and san francisco. no more frost in the morning. temperatures are five to eight degrees above average this afternoon with mid-to-upper 60's and cooler with scattered showers tomorr
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♪ when we're alone we're alone ♪ ♪ when i'm alone when i'm alone ♪ ♪ when i'm alone welcome to "good morning america," this morning. jennifer lopez right there. crowd out in times square. very cold crowd out in times square. we're having a great time in here. and it's going to be great to hear from ellie goulding again. new music from her, in just a bit. jennifer? >> yes. >> we love having you here. >> it's like a party over here now. >> did i hear you just got a new dog? >> i did get a new dog. >> a new member of the family. how is that? >> nice. >> what kind? >> cute. it's a boxer puppy. >> name? >> bear. >> and do the kids love him? >> the kids go crazy. >> trained yet?
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>> he's doing really well. for eight weeks, he's pretty smart. >> boxers are like little bundles of energy. for the first two years. then, they slow down a little bit after that. they get ready for anything. >> he's super cute. if you're not careful, i'll adopt him. i have a dog problem. i love them a lot. >> i have three. but i love them. have you been watching "idol"? >> i have not. i haven't seen it yet. >> she's been a little busy. >> i've been traveling a lot right now. >> you're about to go and promote this movie. >> yeah. >> it's really good. >> thank you. >> i just like that jason. i'm sorry. >> don't be sorry. >> i think he's coming tomorrow. >> he is. >> yeah. >> i asked if he'd be here. >> how does it feel to you, doing the "gma" anchor thing? >> you know what? you guys are so good at it. the running back and forth. i was like, wait a minute.
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hold on. it's too early for all this. take it easy. >> what was it like on the movie set after a little break? >> it was awesome, actually. >> like riding a bike? >> it was funny. like, i hope i didn't forget how to act. you get there. you've done your home work. i was working with taylor hackford. he wanted me specifically. when i was on "american idol," actually. it was -- it reminded me -- it helped me in my decision when i had to make a decision whether to stay with "idol" or not. it's the time for me to get back to what i do. get back to doing movies and acting and going on tour. it was a big part of the decision. >> the tour. i was with you in montreal. >> and you were so busy. how did you squeeze in filming a movie? >> we did it between the two seasons of "idol." it was after the first season of "idol," that september. before we geared up on "idol" i
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had done it. >> not a dull moment. >> never. >> how far in advance do you know the movies are coming? >> it takes time. we filmed this one, almost -- over a year ago. >> is it just me? or is everyone else just staring at her skin? >> i'm like this. >> where were you on the night of the 16th? >> i know. >> am i ready for all this? this is a lot right now. whoa. >> i'm so sorry. i'm, like -- i'm so sorry. >> thank you so much for being with us. >> it's my honor to be here. >> our love to the kids. >> yeah, thank you. >> the tour, the movie. >> thank you. thank you. thank you. i appreciate it. well, we are jumpstarting your january. and it's happening all month long. this week, the hottest, new ways to find love. right now, a group of brave
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singles is trying out flow dating. how many love interests will be made by the end of the hour? first, lindy davis brings us the hot, new ways of online matchmaking. interesting. >> senorita. >> reporter: the days of traditional courtship seem like things of the past. women can expect to be wooed by modern-day romeos online and on their smartphone. >> hi. where are you from? >> reporter: clearly, we're dating in a digital world. >> this is blinddate. it recommends people going out in your area. it's almost like meeting a guy at a bar. >> reporter: jackie sunderland lives in the big apple. and is using her apple phone to find her next, hot date. what made you decide to opt for this? >> it's more exciting. more like real life. >> reporter: of the 54 million singles in this country, more than 40 of them have turned to
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their gadgets for love. 75% of singles are saying, forget pickup lines. just pick up your phone. sunderland sets up a blind date for wednesday. flikdate gives you a chat before besiding on a rendezvous. meetattheairport hooks up busy travelers. maybe find your george clooney. >> when do i see you? >> you'll have to come visit. >> reporter: and when that date won't end fast enough. it's called bad date rescue. put the phone back down. as if i'm interested in this. oh, it's my mom. she needs me to help her with her dvd player. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. joining us to help us learn more about jumpstarting your love, matchmaker, life coach and author of "it's complicated: a
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modern guide to finding and keeping love," paul bunson. we're finding out what this is. it's about slow dating. about movement? >> it's about moverment. 80% of what we say is not coming out of our mouths. we need to see what people are moving to. that's what flow dating is about. >> not everybody has moves. >> it's about confidence. jeremy is the most confident guy here, right? right, jeremy? absolutely. it's about body movements. confidence is sexy. >> apparently there is an additional search method that you say will help? >> absolutely. >> facebook just launched faceback graph. it's allows us to search information. let's say we are looking for someone who is single, friends of our friends, female and a jennifer lopez fan. we can find that exact person. this could change the dating game forever. >> you have some tips out there. the first is renewing who you
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are. what does that mean? >> we are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. we have to realize we can drop our friends. if they don't inspire you, drop them. >> that's harsh. and you say to expand your social circle. surround yourself around the best people. that's the best advice we can take in any aspect of our lives. >> and drop those that aren't special. >> yes. >> the daters are going to write down their chases for who they want to date. and we're going to see who matches up with whom. that's going to be interesting. for more tips for jumpstarting your dating life and to find out the seven most mistakes that people make, go to on yahoo! let's go to sam for a final check of the weather. let's see your moves. >> no, amy. no. good morning, everybody. how about it, gang? a nice good morning to times square. i love that face. and you can hear like the snort that comes out.
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yeah. he's got the full-on bulldog snort. good morning, america. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on we thought we'd highlight. let's start with your twitter and facebook pictures all over the country. stop it, florida. stop ending pictures while the rest of us are cold. and just stop it this morning. one last look at boca raton. good morning, everybody. here's what's happening. snow in the forecast, all around the great lakes. as the low pulls away and the cold shot of air comes in, that means a pounding of lake-effect snow. we have pictures that show that. that's going to go on for a while longer. enjoy the day. san francisco, sunny at 61. sacramento, 59. fresno, 76.
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>> all of that weather was brought to you by capital one. do we have a picture of them getting ready? there they are. ali and george right there, playing the not-so
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back, now, with the hilariohill ali wentworth. and her book "ali in wonder land" is out now. i don't know how you do it all. >> and a model. >> in the book, she reveals the complications of her love life, before she met george because that's been perfection. >> it's complicated in a different way. >> we're going to talk to ali about that. we're going to get into a little not-so newlywed game. can we get a shot of george over there? >> great surprise coming back from the inauguration yesterday and finding out i'm playing the newlywed game this morning. >> let's hope you pass. otherwise, i'm on jdate. >> you can do that thing we were just doing here. >> i've been dirty dancing with all those guys during commercials. >> any success? >> i feel like me and dave had a
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correction. yeah. >> i want to you about "ali in wonderland." about a year since it's come out. any regrets about being so candid? >> no. i wish i did more. not really. you'll see, the paperback has an added chapter that you can't find with the hard cover. and that is about how i had eye surgery. and i don't mean to see, i mean to look younger and sexier and not look so exhausted. >> i love that you were like, look. you hate when women who have clearly had a nip tuck say no. >> it's the irony of going to joan rivers, who's your doctor? and she says, what do you mean? i haven't done anything. but it was my moby dick. i looked exhausted all the time. makeup artists and directors would say, i can't. i don't have anymore makeup. and the lighting guy is like, i don't know. i'm getting this taken care of. >> when they start rolling in
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the giant lights, okay. i get it. >> i was like, i'm going to get this done. and that will be it. by the way, the other thing is, when you have anything done, everybody else goes, oh, my god, you look great. but you know what? if you get a boob lift and here -- you'll be perfect. i'm done. i did my thing. it's over. >> before we run out of time, and you do look gorgeous. >> i'm going 9:15. what do you think? >> can we do some not-so newlywed game with george and ali? now, it is time, everybody, for the not-so newlywed game. i will take over josh's role with the skinny mic. cheating already doesn't work. we're going to start by asking ali a question. and we'll see how much you know about each other. ali, we ask you, what is george's favorite guilty pleasure? >> tasty delight ice cream. >> you're not supposed to look. >> i don't know what -- >> you got it. >> that's so healthy.
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>> but i act like i'm walking the dog. and i go get it. >> you do? >> i think he has a mistress on the west side. he walks the dog for two hours. >> yeah. >> and tasty delight. >> george, what was your first dance? what song did you guys dance to at your wedding? >> elton john. "our song." >> your song. >> is that correct? >> her card. >> there you go. ding, ding. do we have any -- ali, who is george's celebrity crush? >> you know this. >> marisa tomei. >> is it really? >> by the way, not allowed on the show. not allowed on the show. >> you got that, tom? >> he'll do his day show from now on. >> george, this is a fill in the
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blank. before she met you, ali dreamed she would marry -- blank? hugh grant? ali? >> or james franco. >> that's not true. >> i'm the wrong gender and race for hugh grant. >> okay. on that note. >> you he was 12 when we got married. >> he's my age. >> what does george do that makes you laugh? for all the marbles. >> laugh at me. what do you have? >> sort of close. >> when you laugh at silly movies. we're going to give it to them. >> yes. we're perfect. we're happily married. >> you are. >> congratulations to all our contestants. and check out ali's book in paperback. a "new york times" best-seller. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me.
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we are so excited to have you here today, ladies and gentlemen. performing her hit single "anything can happen" from her album "halcyon," ellie goulding is back. ♪ stripped to the waist we fall into the river ♪ ♪ cover your eyes so you don't know the secret ♪ ♪ i've been trying to hide we held our breath ♪ ♪ to see our names are written on the wreck of '86 ♪ ♪ that was the year i knew the panic was over ♪ ♪ yes since we found out since we found out ♪
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♪ that anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could ♪ after the war we said we'd fight together ♪ ♪ i guess we thought that's just what humans do ♪ ♪ letting darkness grow as if we need its palette ♪ ♪ and we need its color but now i've seen it through ♪ ♪ and now i know the truth ♪ that anything could happen anything could happen ♪
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♪ anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could happen anything could happen ♪ ♪ anything could ♪ baby, i'll give you everything you need ♪ ♪ i'll give you everything you need, oh ♪ ♪ i'll give you everything you need ♪ ♪ but i don't think i need you ♪ ♪ i know it's gonna be i know it's gonna be ♪ ♪ i know it's gonna be i know it's gonna be ♪ ♪ i know it's gonna be i know it's gonna be ♪ ♪ i know it's gonna be i know it's gonna be ♪ ♪ oh, whoa
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♪ but i don't think i need you ♪ ♪ ooh ♪ but i don't think i need you ♪ ♪ but i don't think i need you ♪ ♪ but i don't think i need you ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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that's going to be a wild morning. big hand for ellie goulding. thank you for coming by. "gma live!" this morning. paul brunson is going to answer your questions about love. >> how many love matches were made this morning? it look like we have three. tom and jacqueline, amber and jeremy, and steve and erin. i like that. >> and a little romance, to boot
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here. to kick off the dates, we're going to send your to mario batali's och. you get a first date. >> "gma" live, starts now, by the way.
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>> now from abc7 news. >> good morning, i am kristen sze. a lot of slow traffic in the bay area following the holiday weekend. now the details from sue hall. >> folks are back at it this morning, a grind all morning. it is clear now on the bay bridge but the damage is done backed to the macarthur maze for a slow drive to the city. 101 southbound has been cleared on the embarcardero but it is slow. drive times right now for now. mike? >> check how much warmer from average at five to eight degrees. we are in the low-to-mid 60's with san jose and palo alto the warmer spots. high clouds tonight and a frost-free forecast tonight and through the next several nights. a chance of showers tomorrow. kristen? >> join us for the announcer: it's "live! with
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kelly & michael." today, from the new film "hansel & gretel: witch hunters," jeremy renner. and from the series finale of "private practice," taye diggs. plus, a surprise visit from a very special guest. all next on the emmy award-winning "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: thank you. oh, my gosh! michael: yeah. kelly: wow. that's nice. that's nice. that's nice. that's nice. [applause]


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