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. -- kumasi: happy friday, had a good morning, america. we join you this friday morning with breaking vaccine news overnight. millions more americans will now be eligible for a booster shot. the cdc gives the green light to a third pfizer shot. overnight, cdc director dr. rochelle what walensky the initial decision to collude some at-risk frontline workers from this phase. this morning, where the shots will be available in just hours and will health officials expand eligibility. deadly shooting rampage. a gunman opening fire at a grocery store in tennessee sending shoppers and workers running for their lives. some hiding inside freezers. this employee rescued from the roof. and this morning, the icu nurse who was there on scene joins us live. wanted.
a federal warrant issued for the arrest of gabby petito's boyfriend as crews scour that massive nature reserve for brian laundrie. four members of president trump's inner circle subpoenaed. the select committee investigating the january 6th insurrection. wildfires explode in the west. 4,000 people already evacuated. 30,000 on alert. ginger is tracking the new threat. murder hornet nest destroyed. how they suited up and tracked down the invasive insects. unprecedented air rage. flight attendants delivering a message to congress on the surge in unruly passengers. >> there may be more incidents in 2021 than in the entire history of aviation. >> this morning, the new attempt to crack down. "gma" exclusive. controlling britney spears. the stunning new investigation into her conservatorship. >> that raised so many red flags with me. >> insiders break their silence alleging intense surveillance. tracking the pop superstar.
>> i kept a copy because i don't want to delete evidence. >> this morning, the filmmakers behind "framing britney spears" at the brand-new documentary from "the new york times" dropping tonight only on "gma." ♪ the music's got me going ♪ and permission to dance? absolutely. this morning, our exclusive with global sensation bts, the supergroup joining forces with the south korean president for a powerful message only on "gma." ♪ good morning, america. it's good to be with cecilia, george and with you this friday morning. we want to get right to those two big stories. >> we have a lot of news going on. we're starting with that deadly supermarket shooting in tennessee. live on the scene at that grocery store in collierville this morning, we will hear from one of the eyewitnesses on that tragedy. >> that is coming up. first, the breaking news in
the fight against the coronavirus. the cdc is now backing booster shots for millions of americans after the director stepped in early this morning to overrule the advisory board and make high risk frontline workers eligible for the third shot of the pfizer vaccine. dr. jha will join us live but first whit johnson with all the latest. good morning, whit. >> reporter: george, good morning. it's been a month of booster battle whiplash. public divisions between the biden administration and fda panel, a cdc panel, but this morning, the director of the cdc making the final call on this next wave of pfizer booster shots and millions of eligible americans can go out and get them starting today. after weeks of head-spinning debate, overnight the cdc director giving the green light for booster shots, but going against her own panel of advisers on a key element of who qualifies. >> this motion passed, 15-0. >> reporter: dr. walensky now endorsing the panel's recommendation for a third pfizer shot six months after a second dose. for those 65 and older.
residents of long-term care facilities and people 18 and older at high risk with underlying medical conditions. but here's the disagreement. the panel initially voted against authorizing boosters for frontline workers like teachers, day care staff, grocery and healthcare workers. >> this isn't about who deserves a booster, but it's about who needs a booster. >> reporter: that decision angering many nurses exposed to covid patients for hours a day. >> nurses across the country are fuming. science has already shown that some of the vaccine effects and protections are wearing off. >> reporter: but dr. walensky overruling the advisers saying in a statement they will allow the booster for adults at high risk of disease from occupational and institutional exposures to covid-19. more than 13 million americans over 65 are already at least six months past their second pfizer dose. the boosters will be available
as soon as today at over 30,000 locations across the country including urgent care clinic, some federally qualified health centers and pharmacies. health officials not ruling out expanding eligibility to more people for pfizer boosters in the future as more data becomes available. >> we will continue this dialogue. you will have more data to review and more recommendations to make. >> reporter: now, again, this only applies to the pfizer booster shot. for those who got the moderna or johnson & johnson vaccines, you will have to wait a little bit longer as the process plays out, but the director of the cdc is promising as soon as more information becomes available, they will address those boosters with the same sense of urgency. cecilia. >> okay, whit, understandably so many questions about all of this. thank you. joining us right now is, of course, dr. ashish jha, our friend, dean of the brown university school of public health. dr. jha, whit just used that
word whiplash, and i think it could not be more accurate. folks might be confused. let's break it down. that panel initially recommended boosters for older folks and people with compromised immune systems, not frontline workers. overnight the head of the cdc says no, it can be frontline workers. was this the right decision? >> yeah, good morning, cecilia. thanks for having me here. absolutely. dr. walensky made absolutely the right call yesterday when the advisory committee said no to frontline health workers and other people at high risk. i and i thin most of us in public health thought that was the wrong decision, and it's ultimately, this is an advisory committee and dr. walensky gets to make the call. she made the right call. >> give us the time line. when can folks start to get the booster shots and go also back to what whit was talking about, this being for pfizer folks, folks who have pfizer. can you mix and match if you had moderna? >> that's a great question. people who have gotten pfizer can start getting their boosters probably today, over the weekend, certainly early next week. i think today officially people can do this. in terms of those of us who have
gotten -- i got moderna. what can i do? what can people who got moderna and j&j do? basically what we're asking, and what the federal officials are asking, is for people to wait a few weeks. we can mix and match but don't have great data on it yet. so it is, i think, better for people to wait a few weeks and we'll have more guidance on moderna and j&j and we'll be able to make more data-driven decisions. >> we're hearing more and more stories about folks who want this booster shot and going into pharmacies or going to their doctors and not telling the full truth they are vaccinated and pretending to not be vaccinated in order to get the booster. what do you say about that? >> yeah, i'm hearing that, too. i think it's unfortunate. i understand this is why fda and cdc have to act faster. the more slowly they go, the more people will be tempted to do that. the problem with that is it really makes it hard for us to know who has gotten the booster, who got vaccinated. so i wish people would hold a little longer.
>> dr. jha, thank you so much. michael. we turn to the latest on the rampage at a kroger supermarket in tennessee leaving at least one person dead, 14 wounded and five critically injured. the gunman opening fire sending people running to hide wherever they could. some in freezers. alex perez is there in collierville this morning for us. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey. good morning, michael. still so many unanswered questions here. you can see behind me me authorities are still here collecting evidence. it was a regular old day at this grocery store when suddenly bullets were flying and people were running for their lives. this morning, a community in shock and searching for answers after an armed man walked into this kroger grocery store and unleashed a hail of bullets on unsuspecting customers and employees. authorities calling it a possible incident of workplace violence. >> it is a shooting with injuries, no further information at this time. on the scene now. >> as bad as this scene is and it's horrific, i've been involved in 34 years and never seen anything like it. we just trained on this back two
months ago and it's with a broken heart i have to stand here before you today. >> reporter: complete chaos s those shoppers and workers ran for their lives seeking shelter wherever they could. some hiding inside freezers. one employee saying she ran with several others to the store's back area hoping to be out of sight, but no such luck. >> here he comes right behind us starts shooting. and he kept on shooting and shooting and shooting. he shot one of my co-workers in the head and then shot one of the customers in the stomach. >> reporter: jean prost was working in the produce section when the shots and panic began. >> they kept on shooting and, oh, my gosh, this is -- this is horrifying. this is horrifying. i'm going to die. i was saying nobody's going to know what happened to me. this is it. this is the end of my life. >> reporter: fbi and police racing to the scene rescuing
this terrified kroger employee who had escaped to the roof. the gunman police say shot and killed himself. 13 people shot in his rage of bullets, five in critical condition and one shopper killed. overnight, abc news learning olivia king was that fatal victim. her son writing, our family is devastated by this senseless act of violence. she was shopping. my mother was 70. we believe that she had gone to daily mass this morning and then simply went to the store at some point. in a statement, the grocery store saying the entire kroger family offer thoughts, prayers and support for individuals and families of victims at this time. we have initiated counseling services for our associates. so many people who were inside that store grateful to be alive this morning. the exact motive remains
unclear. the investigation here far from over. michael. >> alex, thank you so much. joining us now is sara wiles, the icu nurse who was there in the store when the gunman entered, and then sara rushed to help some of the victims. sara, thank you so much for joining us. first of all, i just want to say we're so glad that you are safe and let me say our hearts are with everyone in your community and you must be in a state of shock. >> it's surreal for me, for the victims it's -- i can only imagine it's devastating. fortunately we're a very tight-knit community, so we'll be blessed in this fact that we're all going to rally around these victims and especially the king family. we will all be here for them. >> absolutely, and you were in the produce department when the tell us what happened and how you managed to keep yourself safe? >> just walked in on a thursday to buy a potato and an onion to
make soup for dinner and was in the back and i heard the initial pop of the gun, but at that time i thought it was one of the mylar balloons that they had in the floral department, and seconds later i had heard another one and people started looking towards the front of the store, a couple of seconds later i assume there were three rapid-fire shots and at that point i knew it wasn't a balloon and just started running, ran to the meat department. one of the kroger employees was directing us to the back hallway where they have the stockrooms and ran into two other women and we just, the three of us ran together and we made ourselves a hiding space and we hid in that area until we could hear things start to settle down. we did hear the shooter in the ba walking up and down the hall shooting. when i got to a point where i felt we were at least tucked
away enough i did call my husband and he could hear the gunshots, as well, so we just hid there until we could sense that things had gotten better and as some police officers were walking by, we made our whereabouts known and they escorted us out to the back where we ran into several of the shooting victims in the back. >> it's frightening to even imagine what you've gone through and after the police got you out of the freezer, they led you to safety. what did you see at the scene? >> they let us out of the back section of the store and when i got there, there were as we got there four victims in one area, two victims were laying sitting in the grass next to the road that runs behind kroger, and i just turned and looked at the paramedics and said i'm a nurse, what do i do? what do you need me to do and just went around and checked on people, asked them how they were doing and made sure that people were conscious. there wasn't, you know, more
bleeding going on, those kinds of titcras to go to the krer employees and to our first responders. it's -- everybody says when they've seen this scenario it never happens in my community. i can tell you that's true living here for 33 years, but our police department, our fire department, our surrounding towns, the county, the county over from us, their presence was immediate and profound. >> absolutely. >> it could have been a whole lot worse had it been a weekend but it was just a typical thursday morning, thursday afternoon. >> we're happy it wasn't a lot worse. already devastating. thankfully, sara, you were there to help and, again, our hearts and prayers go out to you and everyone there in collierville. we want to thank you so much for speaking with this morning. we appreciate your time. thank you. >> you're welcome and please pray for the families involved. >> we absolutely will. thank you. george. >> yeah, we are praying for those families. we're going move on now to
the capitol, where the select committee investigating the january 6th riot announced it issued subpoenas to members of trump's inner circle, and rachel scott has the latest. good morning, rachel. >> reporter: george, good morning. lawmakers leading the select committee said no one would be off-limits, and now they have issued their very first subpoenas to some of former president donald trump's former advisers. on this list, take a look, mark meadows, dan scavino, kash patel and longtime trump adviser steve bannon. the committee is demanding those four men turn over documents and appear behind closed doors to testify in october. all of this intended to gain insight into trump's mindset in the days leading up to january 6th and as the violence unfolded that day. congressman adam schiff says that they will use the justice
department if necessary to enforce these subpoenas but trump is already vowing to fight this and this does mark a significant turning point in the congressional investigation into january 6th and lawmakers leading this committee say they are just getting started, george. >> okay, rachel, thanks very much. cecilia. we turn to that major development in the gabby petito case. a warrant issued for brian laundrie's arrest on federal charges as authorities search that nature reserve for any signs of him. trevor ault has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, gabby petito's boyfriend brian laundrie now wanted on a federal charge, but not for her homicide. he's accused of using a debit card and p.i.n. that didn't belong to him to allegedly withdraw at least a thousand dollars after gabby's death. a warrant now issued for his arrest if authorities can find him. in florida, search crews again scouring the nature reserve where his family told officials he may be. >> we're covering many, many acres so we need all this manpower. the more people, the more effective we are. >> reporter: with brian now missing for a week and a half, wilderness expert dixie resnik
taking us through the surrounding swamp. these are no doubt deadly conditions. >> absolutely. yes. >> reporter: saying only an expert could survive that long out here. what if your intent is to hide? >> that could be very, very dangerous for you. >> reporter: and the city of moab, utah, now investigating the police response to a fight between the couple in the weeks before gabby was killed though they say they are unaware of any breach in policy. and the fbi says while this warrant does allow them to arrest brian laundrie, this is still an ongoing investigation where they're looking into the facts of gabby petito's homicide. guys. >> all right, trevor, thank you so much. we're going to turn now to a showstopping night for the wnba in that stunning single-elimination round. superstar sabrina ionescu in her debut tying the record for 11 assists. but it was not enough against the mercury and sophie cunningham, who was on a roll last night, her 21 points leading phoenix to a thrilling
win, and phoenix will now face the seattle storm at 3:00 p.m. on sunday right here on abc. some exciting basketball. >> sure was. a lot more coming up on "gma" including an exclusive interview with the creators of the new documentary into britney spears and her conservatorship. insiders are alleging that she was being tracked and filmmakers behind "the new york times" story, behind "framing britney spears" are here. they have a first look at that brand-new documentary. first, let's go to ginger. >> we had that explosive fire behavior again in northern california and that made smoke in southern california so there's not a fire doing this in los angeles but now this is going to end up moving into santa barbara and san luis obispo. your local weather in 30 seconds. first, the weekend getaways sponsored by liberty mutual insurance.
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♪ i wanna dance the music's got me going and nothing can stop how we move ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ ah, welcome back to "gma." if you know, you know. that is bts performing at the u.n. right here in new york and this morning, we have an abc news exclusive with the k-pop supergroup and south korea's president. we're going to tell you all about it coming up in our next hour. >> that is coming up. right now we follow the headlines as well including breaking vaccine news overnight. millions more americans now eligible for a third pfizer shot. the cdc director overruled the initial decision to exclude some at-risk frontline workers and now people can get them as early as today. now the latest on the situation at the border. thousands of haitians being relocated from del rio amid the
pressure the biden administration is facing from both sides of the aisle on the handling of the situation. later today dhs secretary alejandro mayorkas will join jen psaki for a briefing. also, cloud of toxic ash is covering the island of la palma as the volcano spews lava for the sixth day. thousands evacuated. the lava flow slowing its march towards the ocean but still threatening more homes and villages. and take a look at this. the fourth murder hornet nest in washington state eradicated. the department of agriculture suiting up in that protective gear to destroy the nest of those invasive insects after a concerning report of sightings in the state. and we've got a lot more ahead including those air raid hearings on capitol hill. flight attendants sharing their stories of unruly passengers and the new steps to help protect them coming up. but right now, we have news about britney spears in a "gma" exclusive. the makers of the documentary "framing britney spears" are releasing a new film, "the new york times" presents,
"controlling britney spears" and features insiders coming forward with allegations about how the superstar's conservatorship worked including allegations of intense surveillance set up to monitor her life. we're going to talk to the filmmakers in a moment. here's a first look at the new documentary "controlling britney spears." >> hi, britney. >> reporter: they're the team that brought the bombshell documentary "framing britney spears" which shined a light on her rise to fame and the free britney movement. a passionate fan base convinced she was being kept against her conservatorship against her will for 13 years. >> if britney tells us we're wrong and leave her alone, we will do just that. >> reporter: and tonight, they're back with a new documentary, "the new york times" presents "controlling britney spears" on fx and hulu. taking a look at new allegations about how the conservatorship worked. >> these are things that we saw with our own eyes. >> reporter: including interviews with insiders and a
former employee from the security team monitoring spears. the lengths he said the conservatorship took to keep track of her, including recording her and why he's speaking out now. >> one of the agents that worked with him came into my office and handed me the audio recording device and a usb drive and asked me to wipe it. i had them tell me what was on it. they seemed very nervous and said that it was extremely sensitive, that nobody can ever know about this, and that's why i need to delete everything on it. so there's no record of it. that raised so many red flags with me and i did not want to be complicit in whatever they were involved in, so i kept a copy because i don't want to delete evidence. >> and we are joined now by the co-creators samantha stark and liz day. welcome to you both. liz, let me begin with you.
we heard from the insider who worked on britney's security for nine years talking about the surveillance. what more can you tell us about the allegation of what you discovered? >> yes, so in the documentary this insider has come forward and has revealed a portrait of the way the conservatorship monitored and managed nearly every aspect of britney's life for the past 13 years. >> and, samantha, you reached out to black box security and a lawyer for them said they've always conducted themselves within professional, ethical and legal bounds and they are particularly proud of their work in keeping ms. spears safety. it was also said his actions were done with the knowledge and consent of britney. was the court aware of this audio recording? >> so that's the thing we don't know. it's so secretive that we're unclear what the court knows, so we'll have to find out. >> and how do you expect to find out? >> well, we don't know. we know britney's new lawyer has
called for an investigation and we know he's talked about not only her father jamie who's been the face of the conservatorship but other people who have been involved in the conservatorship that we are going to talk about in this documentary. >> what more did you learn about black box security? >> well, you know, when jamie was appointed britney's conservator back in 2008, he was given the authority to hire security for britney 24/7 and no one really knew what they did. they'd be in the background of photos with britney. but the level of control and the ways that they monitored and surveilled her, we certainly didn't know and i don't know that anyone ever knew before. >> you also, samantha, got access to some confidential court documents. what did those tell you? >> you know, we got these court documents, we got some from 2014, 2016, we saw from 2019 that britney had been expressing to the court that she wanted the conservatorship to end. she wanted to know how she can make it end and she really wanted her father not to be in
control of her and, you know, the public, the way that they showed it to the public seemed like britney wanted to be in it, everything was fine, nothing to see here, and so those documents really revealed to us that she had been expressing to the court that she wanted out far earlier than anybody knew. >> and, you know, your first documentary "framing britney spears" created such a splash. talk about how this one came together. >> well, i think that after britney spoke out in court in june and she really broke her silence publicly about how she felt about the conservatorship and she raised a lot of serious allegations of abuse and wanting her life back, a lot of people who had been involved over the years felt motivated to come forward to support her story and say, here's what i witnessed and it backs up, you know, some of the serious stuff she said. >> it's kind of amazing how fast the whole house of cards fell down. >> yeah, i mean i think britney speaking was really powerful. these people in the film reached out to us because they wanted to share their story because they
heard britney speak. >> and we also learned a lot more about britney since then. we now know she's engaged to be married to her boyfriend, sam asghari. you discovered in the confidential court documents that it may be possible she didn't have to wait? >> yeah, so that was a very revealing moment in the confidential court documents. back in 2014, britney's court-appointed lawyer told the court, you know, britney wants to possibly get married and change her lifestyle but she believes the conservatorship precludes her from doing that and the judge's response was, i think she can get married. i don't think we ever removed that right from her but you might not want to tell her that and her lawyer seems to kind of laugh along and agree and that was really shocking to us to see something so serious like that being treated, you know, like a joke. >> we know that britney has spoken in the last two hearings. do you think we'll hear from her in the next hearing? >> time will tell. we don't know. you know, on the 29th is the hearing, the judge is supposed
to hear the petition to remove her father jamie and the petition that her father filed to end the conservatorship so it's really unclear what will happen on the 29th. we'll see. >> what are the likely implications if there is another investigation, britney says she wants one, into the misconduct by her father? >> that's a really great question. you know, we know that britney's lawyer has filed court documents saying he wants to do a full financial investigation and an investigation into all of the conduct from jamie and anyone else involved in the conservatorship. >> so this may be just the beginning? >> i think that's safe to say. >> we'll learn a lot more tonight? >> definitely. >> thank you both. "the new york times" presents "controlling britney spears" premieres tonight at 10:00 p.m. on fx and streaming on hulu. cecilia? coming up, everybody, flight attendants testifying before lawmakers about air rage. it has been soaring during the pandemic and now there is a new push to help protect those flight attendants.
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>> reporter: this morning, the in-flight confrontations seen over america's skies. making their way to capitol hill. >> if we continue at this rate there may be more incidents in 2021 than in the entire history of aviation. >> reporter: members of congress hearing from flight attendants on the front lines of unprecedented air rage. moments like this just last week, a couple told to get off a plane in ft. lauderdale because of a mask issue. >> you gave me one [ bleep ] warning. turn around. turn around. face everybody. face everybody. >> reporter: this incident earlier this year. this passenger on a delta flight from l.a. to nashville forcing the plane to divert to albuquerque. other passengers and crew members restraining him carrying him to the back. >> feels like flight attendants have become the target for all kinds of frustration. >> reporter: flight attendant teddy andrews remembered one of his encounters. >> he said, "n" word, i don't
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the cdc gives the green light to a third shot of the pfizer vaccine. overnight, the cdc director overrules the decision to exclude some frontline workers from the boosters. this morning where the shots will be available in just hours. 3 million of the popular newborn laungers recalled after deaths. parents are encouraged to immediately stop using the product. eadvantaso what is how does it work? >>. harry and meghan take
manhattan. we're learning about the whirlwind trip to the big apple. all about fall. this morning, how to shop your own closet from this season's top fashion trends. and it's bts at the u.n. ♪ the global pop sensation going on tour, and only on "gma" this morning -- >> it's a group dance. >> they're dancing and they're saying -- >> good morning, america. that's right, good morning, america. we're glad you're with us this morning. we are looking forward to juju's interview with k-pop superstar bts and president moon.
what a combo. never thought i'd put those together two. >> want to show us the dance moves. >> yeah, after george demonstrates. >> enjoy your weekend, everyone. >> it was an unprecedented performance at the u.n. getting more than 17 million views on youtube and the global pop sensation is joining forces with south korea's president to encourage young people to join the fight against climate change. good cause there. >> that's all coming up. but first, the breaking vaccine news overnight. the cdc is now backing booster shots for millions of americans after the director stepped in early this morning to overrule the advisory board and make high risk frontline workers eligible for the third shot of the pfizer vaccine. let's go back to whit johnson for the latest. good morning, whit. >> reporter: george, good morning. this booster battle has come with a few twists and turns and public disagreement, but this morning, the director of the cdc making her official decision on this next wave of pfizer booster shots which means millions of eligible americans can start making appointments right away.
this morning, president biden addressing the nation after millions more americans are eligible. >> the decision of which booster shot to give, when to start the shot, and who will get them is up to the scientists and the doctors. that's what happened here. >> reporter: the president saying he'll be getting his booster shot, but insisting the primary goal is still to vaccinate the unvaccinated. >> this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated. we still have over 70 million americans who have failed to get a single shot. >> reporter: after weeks of head-spinning debate, overnight, the cdc director giving the green light for booster shots, but going against her own panel of advisers on a key element of who qualifies. >> this motion passed 15-0. >> reporter: dr. walensky now endorsing the panel's recommendation for a third pfizer shot six months after a second dose for those 65 and older, residents of long-term care facilities and people 18 and older at high risk with
underlying medical conditions but here's the disagreement. the panel initially voted against authorizing boosters for frontline workers, like teachers, day care staff, grocery and healthcare workers, but dr. walensky overruling the advisers saying in a statement, they will allow the booster for adults at high risk of disease from occupational and institutional exposures to covid-19. boosters will be available as soon as today in over 30,000 locations across the country, including urgent care clinics, some federally qualified care centers and pharmacies. again, this decision is only for pfizer booster shots. for those who got the moderna or johnson & johnson vaccines, that will take a little bit longer. health officials are expected to review that data in the coming weeks as soon as that information becomes available. michael? >> thanks, whit. we turn now to that boppy recall. the popular brand recalling 3 million of their newborn
loungers after reports of at least eight infant deaths. the consumer product safety commission is urging parents to immediately stop using the recalled baby product. boppy saying in a statement, quote, they are committed to doing everything possible to safeguard babies including communicating the safe use of products to parents and care givers. the loungers were not marketed as an infant sleep product and includes warnings against unsupervised use, so stop immediately. >> good information there. we switch gears and turn to harry and meghan's visit to new york city and part of their agenda advocating for vaccines for all and mona kosar abdi joins us with more. hey, mona. >> reporter: hey, cecilia, good morning. this was the couple's first major public outing since moving to the u.s. and since the birth of their daughter just three months ago and they kicked off day one of their trip with a full itinerary meeting with city and state leaders to discuss a number of causes they champion particularly vaccine equity. an nyc welcome for harry and
meghan, the duke and duchess stepping out on their first tour. the couple arriving at one world trade center to meet mayor bill de blasio and his family and state governor kathy hochul visiting the viewing deck. surrounded by police and security, the couple paid their respects at the 9/11 memorial and museum. before crossing town to meet linda thomas-greenfield, u.s. ambassador to the u.n. for, quote, important discussions of covid, racial justice and raising mental health awareness. harry and meghan are in new york to appear at the global citizens live event on saturday advocating for better vaccine euity around the world. the couple also partnering up with the world health organization to hold a round table on the subject with global leaders, public health officials and more. it's a cause they've championed before. harry telling at an awards ceremony last month -- >> until every community can access the vaccine and until every community is connected to trustworthy information about the vaccine, then we are all at
risk. >> reporter: and global citizen live will be held just down the street from where i'm standing at new york's -- new york's central park great lawn. prince harry and meghan will be joined by several big names including jennifer lopez and lizzo to name a few, guys. >> definitely going to be a sight to see. okay, mona, thanks so much. coming up, supermodel linda evangelista claiming a popular cosmetic procedure left her brutally disfigured ending her 30-year career. now she's suing for $50 million. also, some fall favorites at a big discount. tory has a double edition of "deals & steals." and how to be fall fashion forward. melissa garcia with how to shop your closet for a twist on this season's trends. we'll be right back. i may have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. or psoriatic arthritis. but we are so much more. we're team players and artists. designers and do-it-yourselfers. parents and friends. if joint pain is getting in the way of who you are, it's time to talk to your doctor about enbrel. enbrel helps relieve joint pain,
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♪ rain on me ♪ welcome back to "gma." we are glad you're with us here in times square. monday on "gma" robin's exclusive one-on-one interview with anita hill. three decades after her testimony before the senate, she's talking about the progress we've made and still need to make, cecilia. >> looking forward to that very much. we're going to turn now to our "gma" cover story. supermodel linda evangelista saying a cosmetic procedure left her disfigured and depressed. now she's satisfy -- filed a wst s $50 million in damages and erielle reshef is here with more. good morning, erielle. >> reporter: good morning. evangelista says that she has kept her suffering to herself for five years. she claims several coolsculpting procedures left her virtually unrecognizable eroding her career. the supermodel saying she is moving forward with that lawsuit to rid herself from shame. she is one of the most iconic supermodels in the world. linda evangelista, a household name in the '90s, appearing in
george michael's "freedom." ♪ freedom ♪ >> reporter: gracing the cover of nearly every magazine and strutting every coveted catwalk, but in a new instagram post, she claims a cosmetic procedure left her brutally disfigured and subsequent surgeries left her unrecognizable ending her storied 30-year career. the model writing, coolsculpting did the opposite of what it promised. it increased, not decreased my fat cells and left me permanently deformed even after undergoing two painful unsuccessful corrective surgeries. evangelista now suing zeltiq aesthetics, the makers of coolsculpting now owned by allergen, for $50 million alleging coolsculpting caused her disfigurement, pain and suffering, severe emotional distress and that she sustained economic losses as it rendered her unemployable. according to its website, coolsculpting is an fda-cleared cosmetic procedure performed more than 8 million times,
marketed as a nonsurgical way to target fat cells freezing them so they eventually break down. >> it's probably the number one nonsurgical fat reduction technology in the world. >> reporter: her lawsuit alleging the supermodel who famously said she wouldn't wake up for less than $10,000 a day, underwent seven coolsculpting treatments between 2015 and 2016 and now suffers from a condition called pah as a result. >> there's a really rare complication called paradoxical adipose hyperplasia that is sort of gaining widespread understanding. as the technology gains more popularity. the tissue that's been treated that does qualify as pah is certainly harder. it's like a firm mass and can occur any time after six months. even sooner after the treatment. this complication called pah is succe exceedingly rare. >> reporter: she claimed zeltiq offered corrective surgery free of charge but on the condition that she sign a confidentiality agreement. when she declined that request she says they agreed to still cover the cost but that after the surgery they reneged on that
promise and she also alleged in her lawsuit the surgery failed. on its website allergen acknowledges that paradoxical adipose hyperplasia is a potential side effect of the procedure. and we reached out to allergen for comment on her claims, we have not yet heard back. a pretrial hearing in the case is set for mid-november. guys. >> all right, erielle, thanks so much. thank you. we turn now to an abc news exclusive. bts joining south korean moon at the united nations this week as special envoys for future generations. juju chang got to sit down with the president and the pop stars. what a combination. >> reporter: it was fire power for sure, george. if you ever wondered just how popular bts is, they hold 23 guinness world records on everything from streaming to sales, to social media. so when the president of south korea, moon jae-in asked them to aim that firepower at the biggest concerns of today's youth they called out to their millions of fans around the world, the army, and got to work.
♪ i wanna dance, the music's got me going and nothing else can stop how we move ♪ >> reporter: bts, the record-breaking global pop sensation now taking on global diplomacy. singing and dancing through the united nations in an unprecedented performance. ♪ >> reporter: delivering a powerful message on a worldwide stage. the seven superstars fulfilling their diplomatic mission after being appointed special presidential envoys for future generations in culture by south korean president moon jae-in. they sat down with us jointly to explain their unlikely pairing. when they performed at the u.n. a million people tuned in to watch live, which doesn't usually happen. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: now, the band
[ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: now, the band behind the song of the summer, "butter," using their influence to help bring younger generations into the fight for change. what are you trying to say to your fans, to the army, to be able to effect some change in combating climate crisis? [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: bts tackling the toughest global issues from climate to covid. when will you feel comfortable to be able to go out on tour again?
the president clearly inspired by his seven new envoys. ealth issuesow been known about they're engaged on the biggest concerns among their young fans, climate change number one and then covid, and they're trying to get young voices into the conversation and young action. but i have to say as a korean-american it was really special to sit down with them and be like a greek boy band. [ laughter ] >> i would watch that. >> bring it on, guys. they wanted to be with america's top korean-american correspondent. >> yar'r f tt. e. [ laug >> juju will have much more of her exclusive interview with bts and president moon tonight on "nightline." let's go to ginger. >> purple hearts all around, i believe it's something like that and i see you, army. how about we do this, we talk about the flash flooding. we warned you it was coming and then there it is, right around philadelphia, more than 5 inches of rain falling within 24 hours, the creeks and rivers running super high.
those will start to go down as we dry out for the weekend and things are looking a little better but it's not over yet. there are still flash flood watches in parts of connecticut and western massachusetts and even the highlands of maine where we could see 3 to 4 inches of rain. ♪ hey now you're an all-star ♪ time for "deals ♪ hey now you're an all-star ♪ time for "deals & steals," fall favorites. it's the first week of fall and tory johnson is here to show the season isn't just about pumpkin
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out now. use your phone to scan the code on your screen and read along with us at our "gma" book club. it is time to fall forward with fashion. lifestyle expert melissa garcia, our friend, is here to show us how to pair the closet staples you have with this season's most popular trends. i get to see you on instagram and finally get to see you in person. >> i was very excited to actually be physically here. so nice. >> so good to see you. >> i'm this way. new season comes, got to make way for the new stuff and sometimes it's time to overhaul the closet. fall forward. what do you mean? >> i agree. the last thing you want to do is swap everything out. it's expensive so i like the idea of taking the classic pieces that probably every woman has and blending them with some trends so you can use all of your pieces together. >> you brought some friends to show us some of the hottest ones. grace and, grace, you look stunning and you are rocking the
fall trend of a very bold neckline. >> yep. so that's exactly right. all about this gorgeous bold neck. it's a little bit unexpected. really beautiful. it's a great way to show skin and be sexy but still be demure and pops, i love the, the green and i paired it with a black pair of jean, i think every woman probably has a pair in their closet. it freshens up your jeans. >> you look fantastic. thank you so much. we've got -- i can't believe you'll go here and venture into the skinny jeans controversy, melissa. we are diving in. natalie, you're still wearing them. some say no. you say yes. >> i say absolutely yes. i don't think skinny jeans are ever going to go out of style. >> thank you. thank you. >> right, but pair them with again a piece that's a little more on trend so statement sweaters are always something we see in the fall. it's about the fairisle sweater.
and here this is from l.l. bean and paired them with skinny jeans which all the ladies probably have and clogs, clogs are huge fall trend. clogs so if you have them in your closet, bring them back out. if you don't you can grab a pair. they're fun this season. they're great for the fall and winter from steve maddon under 100 buck. >> comfy? >> yeah. >> you look great, thanks so much. denim, we'll go there. i wasn't sure what this was, tendrina, come out. you have the '90s crisscross but this is like you say not like your grandma's '90s geniuses. >> so we've been seeing a lot of '90s influence and the '90s influence is the straight leg so seeing a lot of the straight leg but here i love that brands are sort of elevating it and making it more modern with the crisscross detail on the waistline with the asymmetrical feel and kendall jenner wearing
this, hailey bieber and this is paired with your classic white button down and i love the way it pairs with the jean, a little more unexpected from abercrombie & fitch and have incredible sizes, extra short short, regular and tall. >> that waistline is really flattering, right? >> i think it's so pretty. a little unexpected. flattering and definitely draws the eye inward. >> tendrina, when we're done you'll show me how to pop that hip. i need a tutorialial in that. we're not done talking about denim. come on out, lauren. you have a denim jacket on saying pair it with a summer -- a winter dress, a sweater dress to give it a little pop. >> exactly. if there's any dress you want to pick up it's all about the ribbed knit sweater dress. what i love about them, they are so, so comfortable but look elevated and sophisticated. this one is from loft. i love the colors and striped
detail and paired it with your basic denim jacket. every woman probably has one. freshens it up then we can't forget about her boots so, again, boots are always a big trend for the fall. this season it's about the chunky sole boot and love the idea of freshening it up in an ivory, not a stark white but ivory i've been dealiseeing a l with. >> i feel validated. i juth bought my first denim jacket. i didn't have one and i wasn't sure i could go there but, guys, thank you so much. you all look so great. i am ready for fall. you made me ready for sweater weather and get to keep the skinny jeans. melissa, thank you. you all look great. coming up, "deals & steals" is back with big bargains on beauty, inside and out. keep your skinny jeans.
♪ hey now you're an all-star ♪ back now with part two of "deals & steals" fall favorites, tory johnson has more deals to help make the most of the fall season to go right to the deal, just point your cell phone camera at that qr code on the screen. hey, tory, we are back and tell us how we can grow fresh greens
and herbs but can do it indoors. >> you can do it indoors with both aerograden and miraclegro. two different products no matter the region or season. can you grow leafy greens and herbs anywhere at home and also adds a nice decor. we started these small but grow big, robust, really beautiful. what's cool about these machines you can add seeds, cuttings or even start with small plants so a lot of variety there 50% off and start the $63 if that's a great deal there. the next deal, it can help create moments of calm and relaxation at home which is what we all need. how do these work, tory? >> i really do love this. it's called the switcher box and it's a motion sensored small little device that when you walk in front of it, it lets off this jolly chirping sound and it's got a volume adjustment there so
you can keep it as gentle or loud as you'd like. >> in other words, mine was too loud. >> to a con tertop to feel like you are in the peaceful outdoors even when you are trapped inside. so many different styles from this company. they're all at least 50% off or more and start at $24. >> i got cecilia's attention when i turned it up. this award-winning line of clean skin care. tell us about it. >> that is kinship and you are exactly right. it's all clean effective skin care made in america. two standout products i especially love, their self-reflecting moisturizing sunscreen. it's their signature product. 100% mineral sunscreen to support clearer, blemish-free skin. especially if you are acne prone and have a product called super mellow hydrating gel cream moisturizer. just the name feels good but delivers results, kind of a fluffy feeling moiz ruizing
nurturing, feels good on the skin and delivers. all of these 50% off and start at $11. >> you said this skin care made in america. now we have fragrances made in america. tell us about these. >> this is ellis brooklyn, it was started by a "new york times" beauty columnist agrance when s wwith herdauger it i aluxuri scents and t desig play, experiment, just to have fun with them so you can create and layer as you wish depending on your blood or the moment. the fragrance notes are pretty spectacular. mandarin, peony, patchouli, honeysuckle, cedarwood. i love these for travel as well as gifting. especially at this price, with our deal 11 to $15. >> next is an anti-aging device you can use at home. what do you got? >> that's right. this is the silk'n face fx 360
and it uses fractional red light therapy as well as thermal heating to treatment wrinkles. it is made for all skin tones, skin types to be able to use on both the face and decollete area. it is 50% off today so it's $98. >> great deal there. we cannot forget about the peepers so tell us about the latest lenses, tory. >> yes, so "gma" viewers do love their peepers, this is a brand-new line from the company. these are their eco eyewear frames and so all of these frames are made from sustainably sourced wheat so you still get that bold, durable very on trend stylish frame from peepers but now you get that eco benefit as well. we've got a really big assortment of these. i love these. this is kind of reminding me of yesterday we had our big plant-based special and actually with our plant based you can shop all those deals but today with peepers these are 50% off
so your choice of frames, $13.50. >> thank you so much, tory. got some snickers at these glasses but i actually like them. thank you, cecilia. whatever you say is what matters. we partnered with these companies on all of these deals. get them by going to our website. hey, ginger. >> michael, i believe they call that a look. yeah, a look. i'm with you. okay. keep them on. now to a new campaign in chicago. it uses art to encourage teens to get vaccinated. it is called the face forward project. it's the brainchild of renowned photographer sandro miller. traveling around chicago and teenagers who participate will also talk about their dreams for the future. all made possible by caring for their health by getting vaccinated. here he is. >> my biggest dream in life, i want to be the best gourmet chef there ever was and i want to travel the world to experience
new foods. i'm rashad and i'm one of one. >> starting this sunday through october 5th, teen was are partially or fully vaccinated can get their portraits done. you can go to chicago city loud music is back and one of the top concert festivals taking place in new york and ginger is back here to tell us about it. the health protocols they put in place to make it safe. >> yes, it's working and that's the exciting part. i went to a show for work but still it was so exciting to be there and this weekend the governor's ball is back here in new york city at citi field keeping concertgoers safe at the top of everyone's mind.
♪ live concerts and festivals are roaring back with acts like harry styles, alanis morissette and the jonas brothers all on tour and this weekend, the governor's ball returning to new york city. ♪ you and me ♪ >> reporter: with acts like kehlani. see you soon. >> reporter: it's not just artists excited to get back, live nation says 8 million fans attended shows in august alone and september is looking similar. in light of the pandemic new health protocols including enhanced cleaning and sanitation are keeping guests safe. ♪ the three-day gov ball is no exception. mandatory proof of full vaccination or a recent negative covid test is required upon entry. >> really have seen people
embrace this so far and really show up with all the documentation they need. >> reporter: they had similar protocols at lollapalooza. out of 400,000 attendees, 90% showed up fully vaccinated with 12% saying the event, lollapalooza was their motivation to get the vaccine >> we're strongly encouraging mask wearing at all our events in a lot of places, this is a local mandate as well. >> reporter: that is in line with current cdc guidelines recommending that people in areas with high numbers of covid-19 cases consider wearing a mask in crowded outdoor settings and for activities with close contact with others who are not fully vaccinated. >> after all these months to be able to come back and share in this very human experience, it's really been something special. >> they really do have the receipts as they say. it is so encouraging to see that the protocols work because lollapalooza had 385,000 people. only 203 of those tested
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♪ don't show up ♪ back now on "gma" with college football and the season is in full swing and espn "college gameday" is headed to soldier field in chicago where notre dame will face off against wisconsin for the first time in more than 50 years. will reeve has more ahead of the big game. what you got, will? >> i got a lot, michael. there's so much to look forward
to. i couldn't wait to get to soldier field but mother nature had other plans, i was thwarted by weather at the airport so-called an audible. here we are in studio but with a drone view of soldier field. it was built in 1924 and that will be the dramatic backdrop for an all-time game. tradition, pageantry and history will collide in a glorious fall football spectacle this saturday at one of the game's iconic landmarks. >> to the end zone. it's robinson for the touchdown. >> reporter: chicago's soldier feel, the oldest stadium in the nfl, its columned facade on the shores of lake michigan usually home to the chicago bears, on saturday the neutral site for a battle between two of college football's elite program, the 12th ranked fighting irish of notre dame taking on the number 18 wisconsin badgers. covid cutting short last season's season for many of the big ten schools and parents of badger players not even allowed
inside the stadium. >> it was very difficult to not be able to attend the games, the home games in particular, being at home, you know, in the living room watching is not the same. >> reporter: craig and kathy wilder ready to get back in the stands to cheer on their son collin and jennifer longsign is excited to see her son logan make his grand ensurface? my favorite part about the games when they show the boys coming through the sunl and running out on the field with the band, cheerleaders and the smoke and all the hype. >> reporter: football fans along with these football parents are ready for the long awaited showcase. >> all the way home. >> reporter: the first meeting between the two teams since 1964. >> the atmosphere is going to be electric. i think it's going to be crazy, you know, you got passion on both sides of the field. >> reporter: there's nothing like college football and fans of both teams and football generally will be fired up as will the players, of course, likely none more so than notre dame quarterback jack coan.
he started his career with wisconsin before he transferred to notre dame so this is sort of a revenge match and espn "college gameday" kicks off at 9:00 a.m. eastern from soldier field, can't wait for that and another weekend of college football. >> we let you down today, though. you normally are surrounded by cheerleaders. >> that's all right. i'm so happy to see you in person and be here. we'll get them next week. >> george loves that. >> it's all good. >>
>> announcer: monday your morning is going to start sweet when alessia cara performs for you. ♪ sweet dream ♪ >> announcer: monday, it's alessia cara only on "good morning america's" concert series sponsored by carmax. thanks for watching, everybody. before we go we want to give a shoutout to our good friend and the reason i have jalisco, dan harris, last time anchoring "gma" weekend. they have a big celebration planned for him. he helped us get our dog so our dog officially is jalisco daniel b. harris jiminez. >> great man. >> love you, dan. >> good friends. >> have a good weekend, everybody.
>> good morning. let's get a look at traffic. >> we have been sticking with the same issue throughout the morning, the bay bridge and the total was a more specifically because around this time it not :00 a.m., it is clear on a friday but because of the earlier sig alert that happened before 5:00 a.m., things are jammed and it will be the same through the maze as well. >> happy friday. air quality will be good to moderate. there are some small spots to where the air could work its way down to the ground. under a quality advisory for today and tomorrow. temperatures close to average. we change the seasonsns weekend. 60's and 70's by sunday.
>> time for "live with kelly and ryan." >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, actress and internet superstar, liza koshy. plus, an incredible fall bark ends exclusively for amazing viewers. also, we wrap up "live's record breaker week." all next on "live!" ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ >> ryan: hello! hello! good morning. >> kelly: still eating my apple. ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] thank you. >> ryan: yeah. hi. >> kelly: