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how the general uplink -- the general public response to this. liz: it will be. have a good morning. good morning, america, for our viewers in the west. on this friday morning, powerful testimony at the primetime hearing as the january 6th committee makes its case. carnage at the capitol. >> i was slipping on people's blood. it was carnage. it was chaos. >> never-before-seen video and testimony from trump's inner circle, including his daughter ivanka, used to argue with former president trump, and his false claims of a stolen election that provoked the mob.
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>> january 6th was the culmination of an attempted coup. >> capitol police officer caroline edwards delivering a chilling account of the riot. >> what i saw was just a war scene. >> the reaction as the lead witness whose video of the attack was at the center of the hearing joins us first on "gma." surging pain at the pump. with the national average of gas nearing $5 a gallon police now warning of rising theft, some even modifying vehicles to steal gas and the new report on inflation this morning, where many americans are cutting back. disturbing new details from the uvalde school massacre. the police chief speaking out for the first time overnight defending his actions. what we're learning about the delayed response to that 77-minute rampage. 40-year mystery solved. baby holly found alive. decades after her parents were murdered. now a mother herself. the emotional reunion with family as authorities search for her parents' killer. pushing for pool safety. the american academy of
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pediatrics sharing ways to help keep your child safe in the water this summer, plus, what to know if you have a pool at home. sweet save. the startling emergency at an m&m factory. two workers falling into a tank of chocolate. te rescue and now the questions. how did they get in there? ♪ britney spears ties the knot. the superstar getting married overnight as a surprise guest makes an appearance at her nuptials. >> first husband here to crash. >> her first husband causing a scene. this morning, what we're learning about the backyard ceremony and the star-studded guest list. good morning, america. we have a lot to get to on this friday and we are excited to hear from steph curry ahead of game four of the nba finals. will he be back on the court
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tonight after that injury scare last game? i know, whit, you hope he is. >> i hope he is back on the court. should be a great game either way. we do want to get right to last night'shigh-stakes primetime hearing on the january 6th attack on the capitol with emotional testimony from a capitol police officer and graphic video of the violence and chaos, much of it never seen by the public before. >> the filmmaker behind some of that video a lead witness testifying last night and this morning, we are speaking to him in a "gma" exclusive about what he saw that day. but first, congressional correspondent rachel scott has all the details on the hearing. good morning, rachel. >> reporter: michael, good morning. for the first time the january 6th select committee laying out some of the evidence that it's been collecting for nearly a year using dramatic new video and the words of trump's innermost circle to show just how desperate the former president was to cling to power. this morning, new details uncovered by the house committee investigating the january 6th
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insurrection. using never-before-seen video and testimony from trump's inner circle. >> i made it clear i did not agree with the idea of saying the election was stolen and putting out this stuff which i told the president was [ bleep ]. >> reporter: the committee insisting it was trump's repeated false claims of a stolen election that provoked the mob. playing this graphic 12-minute video of the attack. >> they were peaceful people. these were great people. the crowd was unbelievable. the love in the air, i've never seen anything like it. >> reporter: then, the testimony of capitol police officer caroline edwards. >> what i saw was just a war scene. >> reporter: and the moments rioters toppled the barricades knocking edwards to the ground. after regaining consciousness she got back up, rushing to help other officers hold the line. >> you know, they were bleeding. they were throwing up. they were, you know, they had -- i mean i saw friends with blood all over their faces. i was slipping in people's
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blood. you know, i was catching people as they fell. you know, i was -- it was carnage. it was chaos. >> reporter: documentary filmmaker nick quested testified too embedded with the proud boys as they and others stormed the capitol. >> i documented the crowd turn from protesters to rioters to insurrectionists. >> reporter: the committee showing evidence that trump's closest advisers knew he was peddling lies from his own attorney general. >> i repeatedly told the president in no uncertain terms i did not see evidence of fraud. >> reporter: to his campaign staff and even his own daughter ivanka trump. >> i respect attorney general barr, so i accepted what he was saying. >> reporter: still the former president urged aides to find evidence that didn't exist. >> i remember sharing with him that we weren't finding anything that would be sufficient to change the results in any of the
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key states. >> what was mr. meadows' reaction to that? >> i believe the words he used were so there's no there there. >> reporter: chairman bennie thompson said trump made one last stand calling his supporters to washington. >> january 6th was the culmination of an attempted coup. >> reporter: playing video of charged rioters. >> he personally asked for us to come to d.c. that day. >> i know why i was there. that's because he called me there. >> reporter: when the mob chanted to hang his own vice president republican congresswoman liz cheney said one witness tells the committee trump agreed. >> aware of the rioters chanting hang mike pence, the president responded with this sentiment, quote, maybe our supporters have the right idea. mike pence, quote, deserves it. >> reporter: cheney delivering this warning to fellow republicans. >> i say this to my republican colleagues who are defending the indefensible. there will come a day when donald trump is gone, but your dishonor will remain.
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>> reporter: cheney says that multiple republicans including congressman scott perry asked trump for a presidential pardon for their efforts to try and overturn the 2020 election. perry's office is denying that claim this morning calling it ludicrous. as for the former president he released a statement blasting the hearing and the committee still pushing false claims about an election he lost, guys. >> all right, rachel, thanks so much. we're going to bring in our chief washington correspondent jon karl and our chief legal analyst dan abrams for more. jon, we'll start with you. this was an 11-month investigation, so much buildup to this hearing. what struck you the most? >> reporter: there was significant new material, amy, but i think the most important thing is the way the committee tied the horror of that day to donald trump and perhaps the single most important moment for me that struck out when you saw one of the rioters in footage we've never seen before, reading
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donald trump's tweet through a bull horn, the one where he said mike pence didn't have the courage and you see how that reading of the tweet led directly to the rioters chanting "hang mike pence" and going in search of mike pence. you hear the testimony -- or the summary of the testimony that donald trump was heard in the white house saying that the rioters had the right idea and that pence deserved it. really powerful. i'd say one other thing, liz cheney, liz cheney did this calmly, without vitriol, without excess emotion, this is her moment. she has treated this like the cause of her life and she has issued a challenge to republicans, when she went out and said that there will come a day when donald trump is gone, but your dishonor will remain. that was her message to republicans defending what she called the indefensible. >> dan, let's bring you in on this. we heard words like attempted coup, conspiracy, coordination. you pointed out before this is not a legal proceeding.
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but the committee did lay out references to possible crimes including what a judge said about trump's actions. how does that factor into all of this? >> particularly liz cheney is trying to link the proud boys and the oath keepers with donald trump because they have been charged and saw that they have said they were inspired by donald trump. but this is what i'm going to be watching for moving forward is particularly it sounds like it will be on day six, the questions are going to be, can they link donald trump directly to the oath keepers and the proud boys? is there someone in his inner circle who was working with them? the committee has suggested that they may have evidence with that regard. that's going to be from a legal perspective a critical question. >> and we heard what jon said struck him as powerful. what moment struck you as powerful? >> it was the use of the people around donald trump, it was the bill barrs, the ivanka trump, it was talking about the white house counsel, et cetera, because then you don't have to listen to the words of the
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members of congress themselves and i think that some of the opening statements were too long. i think that they lost some people there. i think they brought them back when they had the evidence, when they had the accounts from donald trump's inner circle. >> dan abrams, jon karl, we want to thank you both. we will hear from the lead witness at last night's hearing, filmmaker nick quested whose footage and testimony were at the center of it all. that is coming up in our next hour. in the meantime, though, we turn to the surging pain at the pump. gas prices getting closer to a national average of $5 a gallon and with prices this high theft of gas is also on the rise. matt gutman is at a gas station in los angeles with more on that. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, amy. that sign bemind me, that's not a mistake, $6.68 a gallon here in los angeles. that's pretty common. you mentioned the nation creeping toward that $5 mark.
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aaa putting it at $4.98. that's nearly $2 more than it was this time last year and with the summer driving season set to begin, experts are saying that demand for fuel is going to rise which means the price for fuel is going to rise. wall street firm predicts $6 gas this summer and thieves are converting these trucks into these makeshift gas tankers rolling up to pumps like this, stealing the gas and then selling it on the black market, we're told that gas prices will hopefully stabilize toward fall, but if you're feeling bad about us, in norway gas is nearly $6 a gallon. >> wow, okay. all right, matt. thank you. we'll take it. of course, the high price of gas is a major factor in the rising inflation americans are now feeling. new numbers set to be released this morning, chief economics correspondent rebecca jarvis is on wall street with what we can expect. rebecca, good morning.
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>> reporter: good morning, whit. inflation got hotter, in the month of may, prices up 8.6% from a year ago, that's a post-pandemic high, a new record and it's really hitting americans across the board. from gas to groceries, to shelter. in real terms the average american family is now spending $341 more every month to buy the same things they bought a year ago, food prices, groceries are u 11.9% from a year ago, the highest level we've seen since 1979 and rents are also up 26.5% higher for a one-bedroom apartment according to from a year ago the average nationwide to rent a one-bedroom apartment, $751 a month. the real focus here on wall street, we know it's painful for american families does it put us
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on the path to recession? that's a real concern on wall street. >> i know we all hope we don't go there. thank you so much. rebecca. now to new evidence in the uvalde school massacre. fourth grade teacher eva mireles will be laid to rest this morning. this as state investigators are now saying police delayed going into the classroom because they were waiting for protective gear to arrive. mireya villarreal has the latest. >> reporter: overnight, uvalde school's police chief pete arredondo defending police actions during the horrific mass shooting at robb elementary school in an interview with "the texas tribune" saying the only thing that was important to me at this time was to save as many teachers and children as possible adding, not a single responding officer ever hesitated even for a moment to put themselves at risk to save the children. arredondo says he ran straight inside the school without body armor leaving his radio behind claiming it would slow him down and began searching rooms before coming up to the room the shooter was in.
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without breaching equipment, he says they tried dozens of keys before finding the correct one. without his radio he says he was unaware of the 911 calls coming from students inside the classroom and nobody relayed the information to him. but this morning, more details emerging about police response. >> there's anybody inside of the building? the child is advising he's in the room full of victims. >> reporter: sources telling abc news in a preliminary assessment, state investigators believe that police officers delayed entry into the school as the shooting occurred because they were waiting for protective gear. it's a move that contradicts active shooter protocols that have been adopted by law enforcement agencies across the country. "the new york times" also reporting that chief arredondo was one of the first officers to enter the school. according to "the times," more than a dozen of the 33 children and 3 teachers originally in the two classrooms remained alive during the 1 hour and 17 minutes
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from when the shooting began to when officers officially entered. an official telling abc news arredondo was overheard that day saying, people are going to ask why we're taking so long. we've continued to ask if chief arredondo is on leave or if he is still working for the school district, but school district officials are refusing to answer that question right now. back here in austin, where we are, there is a state congressional committee that is continuing to review what happened in uvalde. they'll hear from more witnesses and have more testimony and evidence presented to them early next weekend. we will continue to follow this story. guys. >> we know you will, mireya, thank you so much for that. we're going to turn now to the war in ukraine. president zelenskyy sounding the alarm over the battle for control of a key city. foreign correspondent james longman is in kyiv with the very latest for us. good morning, james. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, amy. ukrainian officials are warning their forces are being seriously
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outgunned by russia. the military has told abc news this morning that the country now relies almost exclusively on western ammunition. this is now a war fought mainly with high-powered heavy artillery and they are running out of it. it's thought ukraine has just one artillery piece per russia's 10 to 15 and president zelenskyy is also admitting ukraine is losing something like 100 soldiers a day and that 500 more are getting injured so for ukraine the fight in the east is looking very bleak indeed and russia is also blaming the west for cyberattacks against its infrastructure. an internet search for russian government housing website led to a glory to ukraine sign in ukrainian with a ukrainian flag so the foreign ministry is saying this greatly increases the threat of a direct military clash with what it calls unpredictable circumstances. guys? >> james longman for us, thank you. we turn to the nba finals. game four is happening tonight. steph curry is down but not out after getting hurt late in game three. will reeve spoke to the golden state superstar and joins us from boston. will, looks like he's going to play. >> reporter: it does, whit.
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they're going to need steph curry tonight if the warriors hope to tie the series up in game four in enemy territory. steph told me his team has faced adversity before. they're certainly facing it now. >> tatum to brown, brown. >> reporter: after getting blown out in game three the warriors will need everything they can get from superstar steph curry if he can give everything after this late game scare. >> just got tangled up a little bit. i'll still be able to go play and hoop and be effective out there. so excited about what's coming. >> reporter: like a rabid celtics home crowd in game four. you're the biggest star in any arena you walk into and you're the villain here in boston. what is it like playing in front of this hostile crowd? >> i thrive off those environments because you got to stay in the magnitude of what you're doing. >> reporter: curry's looking for his fourth title in eight years. a lot has changed. >> my kids are older
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>> my kids are older and know more about what dad is doing this time of year. >> reporter: celtics veteran al horford is in his first finals loving the energy. how would you describe this boston home crowd? >> rowdy, energetic. passionate, those are the words. these fans care. people here in boston really care. >> reporter: ahead of this pivotal game both sides are confident. who is going to win game four? >> of course us. got to win it. >> celtics. >> us. >> us. no other -- no doubt about it. betting on us. >> reporter: the warriors haven't lost consecutive games in these playoffs but they also haven't played consecutive games here in this hostile environment. but they are going to need everything they've got as the celtics could be one win away from their record 18th title. game four tonight, 9:00 eastern, guys. >> plenty of confidence on both sides. will, thank you. we are following a lot of other headlines this morning, including the baby who vanished more than 40 years ago, found alive. the bittersweet reunion with family as authorities search for her parents' killer.
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hour, we're speaking to the lead witness, the filmmaker whose never before seen footage was at the center of that. officials say an employee opened fire on co-workers before getting into a shootout with a state trooper. the suspect identified as a 23-year-old west virginia man was injured and taken into custody. the state trooper suffered minor injuries. for the second time this week, a military aircraft has crashed in california. the navy confirming seahawk went down during a training flight. all four people on board surviving the crash. one sustained a nonlife-threatening injury. the other three unhurt. the incident happened near the site where an osprey aircraft crashed on wednesday killing five marines. and finally, the startling emergency at the m&m factory in central pennsylvania when two employees fell into a chocolate tank and couldn't get out.
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dispatchers reported that the pair were waist high in chocolate. emergency crews did eventually get them out. >> a little sugar rush. >> i was waiting for something, yes, yes, thank you for that. we have a lot more ahead including britney spears' surprise wedding and the unwelcome surprise from one of her ex-husbands. and then we are going to "rise & shine" in delaware at one of the most beautiful shorelines on the east coast, that is all coming up, michael. >> all right, amy. now we're going to go to that incredible missing person case. baby holly disappeared back in 1980 and the boats of the adults found months later but there was never any trace of the young couple's baby until now. marcus moore joins us now from austin, texas, with this incredible story. good morning, marcus. >> reporter: michael, good morning. yeah, this is truly remarkable. baby holly is now 42 years old, a mother of five and a grandmother. she lives in oklahoma right now but her childhood and how she got there is a mystery to the public and a criminal investigation is under way as the family is now finding a bit
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of relief in a long-awaited reunion. >> we had nightmares almost every night wondering what happened to holly. >> reporter: it is a question debbie brooks, holly's aunt, and donna, holly's grandmother have been asking for decades. >> all kinds of things go through your mind but you're never at rest. >> reporter: this morning, after 40 years of searching, they can finally rest a bit easier were the answer. >> they called us and said they found holly. that night i was able to go to bed. >> reporter: family members hadn't seen holly nor her parents, dean and tina linn clouse, since 1980, found beaten and strangled to death found in a wooded area near houston, but they weren't positively identified until 2021 through the work of forensic genealogy and baby holly's whereabouts were also a mystery until now. investigators finding holly this week in oklahoma. telling her the truth about her biological parents, she's seen
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here holding a picture of them. >> she has her mother's smile and she has her mother's voice. >> reporter: the clouse and linn families meeting her for the first time this week on a video call. >> when i looked at her i remembered the times i used to hold her in my arms, you know, and i just wanted to hug her. i just want to get up and hug her so bad. but it was zoom. and you can't. >> reporter: still, it is a bittersweet reunion. authorities now want the public's help in finding whoever murdered dean and tina. >> while we rejoice holly has been found and families looking for her for decades rejoice, we still are looking for suspects in this case. >> reporter: they say holly was left in an arizona church by two women belonging to a nomadic religious group believed to travel around the southwest. >> they were wearing white robes and they were barefoot. they indicated the beliefs of their religion included the separation of male and female members, practicing vegetarian habits and not using or wearing
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leather goods. >> reporter: she was raised by a family who adopted her from the church where she was left. texas attorney general kim paxton, a driving force behind the creation of the state's cold case unit, says this is an unimaginable case. >> it's unbelievable to me that it's been 41, 42 years that no one has been able to touch it or find her or figure out what's going on and how it all happened. >> reporter: donna and debbie know just how rare a reunion like is this but urged the thousands of other families waiting for answers to remain hopeful. >> don't give up. don't ever give up. >> yeah. >> just keep believing in god and his miracles because it does happen. >> reporter: that family, they hope to reunite and meet holly in person very soon, but there's still a lot of questions about her life and we know that after she was dropped off at that church in arizona, that she was adopted. this morning, authorities are saying the couple that raised
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her are not considered suspects but the criminal investigation still under way. authorities asking the public for help. guys. >> wow, 40 years later but they got that reunion. all right, marcus, thank you. we do want to turn now to murder charges for that michigan police officer who shot and killed the black driver during a traffic stop back in april. the incident sparking protests over police use of force. alex perez is in grand rapids, michigan, with more. alex, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, whit. these charges come after two months of investigation into the incidents. so christopher schurr has been charged with second degree murder for the death of 26-year-old patrick lyoya. the ordeal unfolding back on april 4th. schurr had pulled him over because his plates were matched to a different car, a chase and struggle ensued. schurr fires his gun as lyoya is looking away striking him in the back of the head. now lyoya's family says they are determined to see the officer behind bars. if convicted schurr could face life in prison.
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guys. >> all right, alex, thank you for that. we're going to turn now to an our urgent warning about water safety. drowning is the number one cause of death for young children. so as the summer season kicks off, the american academy of pediatrics is out now with new ips to keep their child safe. erielle reshef has those details for us. good morning, erielle. >> reporter: good morning, amy. with so many planning summer vacations and outdoor activities, the american academy of pediatrics is urging families to implement several layers of protection to keep kids safe around the water especially as we emerge from the pandemic. the first thing experts recommend is, get your kids swim lessons, the second, be sure there is always a designated water watcher, an adult providing supervision who is not distracted by work or socializing and can pay close attention to the children in the water, should be within an arm's length of ink experienced swimmers. >> if you have a pool at home
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there are additional steps that you should take. >> absolutely. that's right. if you have a pool at home, it should be surrounded by a four-sided fence with self-closing latch and a self-closing gate. research shows that those fences can reduce drowning by 50%. installing a pool alarm is also a really good idea and finally adults and older children should learn cpr. experts say, remember, we can't drownproof our kids so it is our responsibility to ensure that they don't get in the water unsupervised and that we have eyes on the water at all times. it's a good reminder for all of us. amy. >> lifesaving advice there. thank you so much, erielle. coming up here, britney spears' surprise wedding. the pop star's ex trying to crash the event. what we're learning about the ceremony this morning. i grow all my own vegetables shingles doesn't care. we've still got the best moves you've ever seen good for you, but shingles doesn't care. because 1 in 3 people will get shingles, you need protection. but, no matter how healthy you feel, your immune system declines as you age
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back now with britney spears getting married overnight. the pop star tying the knot with sam asghari in a surprise wedding with one of her exes trying to crash the ceremony. kaylee hartung has all the details. kaylee, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, whit. the art of wedding crashing can look comical in the movies but what happened just before britney spears walked down the aisle was downright scary. her first ex-husband trying to cause chaos and ending up under arrest. >> first husband here to crash it. >> reporter: just hours before britney spears' surprise wedding. >> so here's the inside scoop, guys. >> reporter: her first husband jason alexander attempting to crash the party. >> britney spears invited me here. she's my first wife, my only wife.
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>> reporter: tmz capturing this video alexander streamed live on instagram showing him entering her california home. >> hey, tell me the truth, where is britney at? britney, britney. >> reporter: then the wedding venue in the backyard. >> what's up? you love relatives. >> reporter: and ultimately scuffling with security. getting pinned on the ground as seen in this photo obtained by tmz. the ventura county sheriff the ventura county sheriff confirming to abc news they responded to a trespassing call then arrested alexander on an outstanding warrant for embezzlement and receiving stolen property. his marriage to her lasted just 55 hours. the childhood friends eloping in las vegas in 2004. after a second failed marriage to kevin federline, it's sam asghari who has had the pop star's heart for the past five years. >> let's go. >> reporter: news of their wedding day broke just hours before the ceremony. tmz reporting her parents and sister jamie lynn were not invited to the intimate gathering but her brother brian was.
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the newlyweds first met on a music video in 2016 while spears was living under the control of her controversial conservatorship which she told a judge that prohibited her getting married, but asghari surprised her and two months later winning the fight to terminate her conservatorship. in a now deleted piece she claimed donatella versace was making the gown. >> the second time to ever in a rolls-royce. >> reporter: before the nuptials, side by side in a rolls-royce, perhaps their getaway car. the crowd of about 60 people at this wedding was star-studded. madonna, drew barrymore and paris hilton all there but not there britney's two teenage sons with her ex kevin federline. he did put out a statement saying he and the boys are happy for britney, and they do wish her the best. >> kaylee, thank you. coming up next, our "play of
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gymnast lee dockins, there she goes, showing off her moves live. now check out her gold medal winning routine taking first place in rhythmic gymnastics. yesterday. congratulations to her. she was so sweet and so talented. >> and she is great, and we cannot forget about our friend lumene "lightning" montissol. we've been following her journey to the games for a year and we saw how fast she was when robin surprised her earlier this week. took off running there. >> love that. >> it turns out she can jump too. check her out in long jump taking first place. there we go and here's the moment she found out she won. >> i'm getting word that you are unofficially the winner out there. >> really? >> uh-huh. >> oh, my god. >> how exciting is that? >> it's great. i just -- mm-mm, waited for this moment to come. like, i could taste the glory of that gold like mm-mm. i have been waiting for this. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> mm-mm. can't wait to taste that gold. mm-mm. lumene has a chance to win more
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. carnage at the capitol. >> i was slipping in people's blood. it was carnage. it was chaos. >> powerful testimony at the primetime hearing as the january 6th committee makes its case. never-before-seen video, used to argue it was former president trump and his false claims of a stolen election that provoked the mob. this morning, the lead witness behind that video of the attack joins us first on "gma." ♪ let's get loud ♪ j. lo versus the nfl. the superstar singer getting loud calling out the league, her frustrations over that blockbuster halftime show.
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♪ i feel alive ♪ "rise & shine" and good morning from delaware. we're live from the dazzling diamond state from the boardwalks to the beaches. delaware is getting back to speed. and from the fries to the pies, no one does it like delaware. ♪ you got the love ♪ rebel wilson opening up saying she's found her disney princess, what the star is revealing about her new relationship. ♪ even though girls want to have a good time ♪ and we're going to have a good time. carrie underwood is joining us live talking about her brand-new music going back on tour and more and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ good morning, everybody. it's great to have a great crowd here in times square this friday morning. great to have you with us from your homes and we are looking forward to catching up with carrie underwood, always a good time.
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>> definitely looking forward to that. it might not officially be summer yet, but we're all ready for the beach, and that's where our john quinones is this morning enjoying the incredible boardwalk at rehoboth beach in delaware going for a nice ride rolling like a boss on a beach cruiser one-handed. we're going to catch up with him in just a bit. we do have a lot of news to get to starting with the last night's extraordinary primetime hearing on the january 6th attack on the capitol featuring that dramatic video that had never been seen by the public shot by a documentary filmmaker, nick quested, who also testified before the panel about suddenly finding himself in the midst of that riot that shocked the country. i had a chance to speak with him earlier this morning. so, nick, you were working on a documentary about why americans are so divided. i know you spent some time with the proud boys. you knew they were going to the january 6th rally. you went to go film it. but at what point did you realize that things were
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starting to get out of control? >> well, we started -- it was very difficult for us to actually understand when things got out of control until the barriers came down. it was very similar to proud boy rallies that we had filmed beforehand. there was marching down the mall and then we walked past the capitol building. you know, we walked towards the supreme court which we can see from where we are standing here. so it was really when the barriers came down that the game changed and it really felt like a rubicon had been crossed at that point and also the language changed, you know, the language before was more directed towards where's antifa and then after the barriers came down the language seemed to be directed towards challenging the police, whereas they were challenging them to choose a side or respect their oaths so the rubicon was those barriers. >> i imagine you saw so many unthinkable things that day. does anything stand out in particular? >> i mean, it was just the
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amount of people and just the length of it. it was -- we saw so many things that were so troubling but it just was -- there was -- it felt like there were 60,000 people pouring on to the steps of the capitol like water. >> were you ever concerned for your own personal safety? for you and your crew. >> i had no spatial -- i had no awareness of where my crew was so i couldn't really worry for them. i mean, i had my camera broken and we got -- we were -- as in the crowd the crowd was gassed. there were pepper balls all over the place. the bike racks were flying around. there was a huge flag that was pushed on top of the police from the crowd. it wasn't really i was worried for my safety because i'm very much in the moment just trying to document the event. >> i understand a rioter went after you at one point. can you tell me what happened? >> yeah, i was filming on the
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lower plaza and actually i had my back turned to him and he pulled my cameras as if he was trying to strip the basketball from my hand and it broke down and then i approached him and then from behind me there was another man shouting, leave him alone. the press need to be here. they're documenting history, so there were terrible elements of this crowd, but there were some elements that were really just there to watch. it wasn't entirely filled with rioters. >> i know you were there to document history and that is your job and the purpose of this documentary. but what were your personal reflections from that day? >> it took me quite a long time to process the event itself because it went on for so long. it starts at 10 minutes before 1 and then it didn't really finish until after 6:00. so it was very difficult to process. i had -- you know, it was an
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adrenaline overload so i had -- it took ages for me to basically control my body temperature and to, you know, sleep well so it took a long time. the initial reflection was just trying to process -- it was trying to process the event. >> nick quested, we certainly appreciate you and thank you for sharing your story with us. >> thank you so much for having me. > an adrenaline overload and yet he and his crew were able to stay focused despite all that chaos which is really incredible and we have the footage to describe that. >> thousands of people pouring onto the capitol like water. quite the visual. we do turn to pope francis postponing his trip to the democratic republic of congo and south sudan in july. the director of the vatican press office issuing a statement saying, quote, the request comes at the request of his doctor in order not to jeopardize the results of the therapy that he is undergoing for his knee. now to a tribute to a broadway legend, a statue
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honoring playwright lorraine hansberry was unveiled here in times square. she was was the first black woman to have a play on broadway with her masterpiece "a raisin in the sun" and features a statue of her and chairs inviting the public to sit and think with her. part of an initiative to provide scholarships to future writers. i love that. and coming up, jennifer lopez calling out the nfl for her super bowl halftime show with shakira. she's saying -- what she's saying in her new documentary. plus, the wonderful carrie underwood joining us live talking new music, family and so much more. lara. >> all right, let's do it. we're going to "rise & shine," amy, from the beach. our latest stop on our tour of the country is delaware. we have so much to show you there, so don't go anywhere. good morning, america. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ good morning ♪ ♪ good morning ♪ ♪ the rest of my life gonna
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♪ i wish you were my first love ♪ we're back now with our "gma" cover story. jennifer lopez calling out the nfl in a new netflix documentary that goes behind the scenes of her super bowl halftime show. kylee hartung is back with what the superstar had to say. kaylee, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning, again, whit. j. lo and shakira's halftime show will go down as one of the greatest of all time. they're both global superstars in their own right and that's why j. lo thought making them share the stage was the worst idea in the world. jennifer lopez pulling back the curtain on the halftime show that made history.
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♪ let's get loud ♪ >> reporter: j. lo taking viewers behind the scenes of the 2020 super bowl show. >> one, two, three. >> reporter: which marked the first time two latina artists headlined the world's biggest stage. but with the nfl's decision to have j. lo and shakira share top billing, came frustration. because it meant the hitmakers would need to split their time. j. lo saying in the documentary this was the worst idea in the world. >> i'm trying to give you something with substance. i want something real. >> reporter: the doc revealing j. lo fought to make it pointed and political. ♪ born in the usa ♪ ♪ let's get loud ♪ >> reporter: putting children including her own daughter in cages on stage and draping herself in a puerto rican flag making a statement just as the u.s. was embroiled in a controversy over immigration.
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>> the nfl said they wanted her to take that out of her performance 24 hours before the show but she stood her ground. >> reporter: in this exclusive clip from halftime, j. lo revealing what she told her daughter. >> i said you can look right down that camera and you tell every little girl in the world to get loud and to never ever back down from bringing light to injustice. >> reporter: the performance one for the history books. >> that year just turned out to be an incredible year for me where everything i had worked for my whole life exploded in one year. ♪ >> reporter: we reached out to the nfl but they're not commenting on this and make no mistake, none of j. lo's frustration was because she didn't like shakira or didn't want to work with her, it was the time constraints that put so much stress on them both. in the end as they told michael, they accomplished what they set out to do, guys. >> it was a great show regardless. >> i think so much time at halftime.
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>> i think it was my favorite halftime show ever in recent history. kaylee, thank you for that. time now to say good morning from the great state of delaware. the latest stop on our "rise & shine" tour across the country and john quinones is bringing us to the state's beautiful rehoboth beach. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, amy. i'm standing on one of the most beautiful shorelines on the east coast. rehoboth beach, delaware. now, this may be the second smallest state of the union, but, man, it's got some amazing sights. some delicious food and riveting history as they like to say around these parts, delaware may be tiny but it's mighty. ♪ from the riverfront of wilmington to the gorgeous beaches stretching 28 miles along the coast, this is delaware. ♪ the first state in the union where adventure awaits in every corner.
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in the capital city the dover motor speedway is helping bring the state back to speed. >> there's a sense of pride in being able to produce an international event on that can show the world what the state of delaware is about. it's small but we have a big personality. >> reporter: the pandemic forcing the speedway to pump the brakes on nascar race weekend in 2020. the team taking a pit stop and then finally hosting events under strict covid protocols. >> we're now able to see people smile. they're not covered with a mask. as dark as it was a couple of years ago i think we're seeing the benefit of that pent-up demand for fans wanting to be out and about enjoying live entertainment. >> reporter: the speedway not the only ones changing course. ♪ over at fifer orchards, the director of retail operations
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mike fennemore is keeping family traditions alive. 103 years after his great-grandfather began growing all kinds of fruits and vegetables. >> the roots and the foundation of our state are built on agriculture. our customers are our community. they're not just coming to our farm they're coming to our home. >> reporter: the team overcoming pandemic hurdles by finding outside the box solutions like offering customers a drive-through strawberry patch. >> i think our relationship with our neighbors and customers just grew from that point. it's always been strong but that, that was a time where we were both leaning on each other. ♪ >> reporter: and from farm to table, owner meghan lee and pastry chef rachel diener are mixing up delaware delicacies preparing for the summer season. >> people are feeling more comfortable and kind of coming out of their homes and their little spaces and really just kind of trusting they're in a safe space here. >> we're going add some peaches in.
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>> reporter: chef rachel teaching me the secret recipe to the state's official sweet dessert. >> i like to add a little bit of ginger in with the pie as well as some fresh lemon and orange zest and i think it just makes the peaches pop. you can dump that in right in there. >> just dump it? >> yeah, just dump it. don't be afraid. >> all right, let us entertain you. and now for the taste test. wow. >> nice and juicy. >> i've never had anything like tis. this is good. >> reporter: guys, we didn't want to enjoy all those delicious peach pies by ourselves so we have hand delivered some right there to you guys in the studio. enjoy. >> it is the perfect temperature. >> we're already on it. >> so good. john, thank you. that looks like great fun down there. >> of course. >> absolutely. >> i love the shades on john too. >> yes.
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all right, time for "pop news." can you do "pop news" with the peach pie? >> will you hold this? will you hold this? thank you. >> what you got? >> don't taste it. let's do "pop news," shall we? enjoy your pie and you will enjoy this. we're going to begin with rebel wilson living her life out loud. the 42-year-old comedienne and actress revealing her new relationship with girlfriend ramona agruma. writing, i thought i was searching for disney prince, but might be what i needed all this time was a disney princess. #loveislove. wilson revealing to "people" she was set up on a date with a mutual friend and she didn't reveal who it was but now rebel sharing that she and ramona spoke on the phone for weeks before they met. as i said they were set up on a blind date by a friend. she says it was a great way to get to know one another. it felt very old school and very romantic. and says, quote, it's great to have someone who feels like an equal partner and be in a healthy relationship. love sharing that.
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>> good for her. love is love. >> absolutely. also this morning, one of ray liotta's final projects, it just released its first trailer. liotta passed away in his sleep as you know, while in the dominican republic working on a film, but this series was already completed. it's a thriller called "blackbird" starring liotta and greg kinnear. it looks amazing. take a look. >> i never wanted this for you. i wanted a totally different life and a steady paycheck. kids, a family. >> dad, tell me there's a way out of this. >> not a quick one. >> false convictions on appeal. >> the psychological thriller stars liotta as a decorated policeman jim keen, and the son is played by taron egerton,
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he's facing a ten-year prison stint based on a true memoir. six parts and follows egerton as he tries to get a confession out of a serial killer to get himself out of jail. it's one of liotta's last two completed projects. this one debuts on apple tv july 8th. >> he's so good. >> really amazing buzz and great actors in that so happy to share that this morning. and finally, wow, a fashion collaboration made in pride heaven. it's called chersace, cher teaming up with versace for this year's pride month with a limited collection of t-shirts, baseball caps and all branded with chersace. rainbow logo. cher looking like she can turn back time at 76 years young. did we show those pictures of cher? i want to share them again. where are they? cher in the t-shirt? wow. that's the whole reason i wanted to show you. trust me when i tell you, she
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can -- ♪ turn back time ♪ >> that was better than the photo. >> exactly. >> thank you. desperation sometimes breeds quality. let's turn to ginger now in washington. hey, ginger. >> hey there, amy. it is a picture-perfect morning across from the jefferson memorial and the tidal basin. gorgeous, low humidity, that's not the case where these severe storms have been blowing through from memphis toll port st. lucie up to 66 miles per hour. did serious damage there in florida but now we go to this morning where we have dangerous weather happening as we speak. so eastern oklahoma, through arkansas, severe thunderstorm watches, flash flood watches, you have warnings that are popping up as we speak too, so please do if you're all the way down to el dorado, arkansas, watch as it dives southeast through during the day. daytime event and by dinnertime closer to new orleans. lower mississippi valley and southern arkansas that will be
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involved in it throughout the day today and one quick look at what's happening in that high fire danger area. it was a car crash. that's how easy it is to start a wildfire in utah that started this one. that's the big picture, a chec drew: i am meteorologist drew tuma with an accuweather forecast. we have a heat advisory starting at 11:00 a.m. for the bay area because we are going into the 80's and 90's. triple digit heat in our hottest spots. mild and warm tonight, 62 low 70's under partly cloudy skies. it is still hot inland tomorrow, sharply cooler on sunday. as we head toward the next week, a warming trend but not as hot as this afternoon....... now to oscar-winning director danny boyle, the man behind movies like "slumdog millionaire" and "trainspotting" is now taking on the punk rock revolution with the limited series "pistol." chris connelly talked with him about it. ♪ >> reporter: they were the hottest mess in music history
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and yet, the sex pstols punk rock rage, british society and its pop stars had daring defining songs. >> they believed in an aggressive violent rock and yet they stood there and took the consequences and people threw things at them and spat at them but they never withdrew. >> reporter: now danny boyle capturing their chaos and conquest with the six-part scripted series "pistol" on hulu. >> we're going to kick this country awake if it kills us. >> reporter: as young actors bringing their bristling life, the band that was built to burn it all down. >> and it's a moment where society changed. i genuinely think it was by the sex pistols. they reclaimed youth really. >> we're awful. >> that sums it up in a way. that was like your head exploded when you heard things like that because it was the great call of come and see something different. >> reporter: led by anson boon,
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toby wallace and louis partridge as the doomed sid vicious. they learned instruments. >> those are the best bits, i think, when they literally grab the music by its unmentionables and actually tear into it like it's their own. >> i think the actors were saying you hid the cameras from them. >> yeah, because i wanted it to feel like their job was to actually not to perform for our cameras but to perform. ♪ ♪ god save the queen the fascist regime ♪ >> danny, i think you are now the first person ever to have worked on a performance of "god save the queen" and with the queen. >> herself, yes. you got to hang on to things like this. pick you out from the crowd. >> reporter: they retain residence for a new generation of youth. >> have a good evening, boys.
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>> it feels like a timeless story which is once the young have got courage they will have something to say and that's one of the things that cultural leaders like the sex pistols do. >> it looks like a great series. all episodes of fx's "pistol" are streaming now on hulu. coming up, grammy winner carrie underwood is going to join us live. we'll be right back. ♪ slashed a hole ♪ ♪ slashed a hole ♪ smashed a hole ♪
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>> this is abc7news. >> let's get to francis with a look at traffic. >> capital quarter trains stopped due to police activity in the berkeley area. no delays, caltrain reporting no delays. alert on the door -- lower deck of the bay bridge has been cleared. better news in pacifica, northbound highway one lanes reopened following a head-on collision. traffic recovering heading towards pacifica.
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>> we chat with patina miller, and cook with nick giovanni. >> we -- we will see you shortly. temperatures in the 60's and 70's around the bay shore area line. near 80 in nevada. warm this morning, hot later this afternoon. a clear sky from our east bay hills camera. 80's and 90's away from the coast.
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i for :00 p.m., that heat risk is with us. a heat advisory begins at 11:00 a.m. >> another update in 30 minutes. have a ♪ i dug my key into the side of his pretty little souped up four-wheel drive ♪ welcome back to "gma." that is carrie underwood's song "before he cheats" from her debut album back in 2005. i listen to it all the time. now she's one of the busiest women in country music and dropped her ninth studio album "denim & rhinestones" gearing up for another arena tour but joining us right here on "good morning america." carrie underwood, thanks for being with us. >> thank you. thanks for having me this morning. >> and this is a big morning for
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you. a big day for you. your album just dropped. it's your "denim & rhinestones" era. what is big. what is it? >> i love to fully immerse myself in what i get to create and the songs that i get to make and i feel like i'm living in this beautiful world of denim and rhinestones and makes me happy. >> you know, you're headed back on tour. back in april you performed with axl rose from guns n' roses at stagecoach so are you going to have more collaborations like that on tour? >> i would love to, for sure. and i love that like i feel like every room i have walked in since stagecoach people are like, so, axl rose which i love because i love to brag on him. >> so, carrie, you have all these things going on juggling family at the same time. we actually have a photograph
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i believe of your boys supporting you at your vegas show here. there they are and any chance they're going to join you on tour this time? >> well, my oldest now, he's 7. he'll be in second grade this fall so i feel like we just kind of want to keep them at home as much as possible but that said they'll probably come out on the weekends and i'll be swinging through nashville quite a bit through the tour so i'll get to see them and, you know, juggle all the things like we always do, but they'll be a little less out on the road with us than they have been in the past. >> carrie, when i read this, i had to double -- do a double take because i remember watching you win "american idol." and it has been 17 years. >> seems like yesterday. >> it's crazy, but you recently shared a journal entry that you wrote shortly after. what was it like to go back to that moment for you? >> i mean, it's always wonderful to be nostalgic and remember what got me here in the first place.
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but reading my journal entries i was like, oh, my gosh, you were such a baby. you were just so in awe and in wonder and, you know, it was just a really nice way to kind of go back and remember such an incredible time in my life. >> and when you're not on stage you are a self-proclaimed farm girl. how do you find the time and how much time do you spend working on the farm? >> you can't take it out of me. i mean i grew up on a farm and i feel like it's just -- it's in my blood. i work as much as i can. i feel like i have eyes on it almost every day just getting out and doing little things here and there. i now have the boys going out and pulling weeds and stuff like that from the garden but i spend a lot of time. you make time for the things that you love and honestly there's so much about it that's therapy for me. it's just so great to just have the time to think and do something you enjoy that is good for everybody.
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it's beneficial for everyone. >> that's right. once those boys could walk you got to put them to work and get them going here. we'll take any produce that you want to send our way when you get a second. one of the reasons you're not here instead in nashville for cma fest, i understand you're doing something special for the fans. tell us about it. >> oh, yes, this is such a busy week for country music and country music fans and i love that we have this whole week to, you know, give back and see them and meet them. but we have the "denim & rhinestones" experience in downtown nashville at the bell tower. fans can come by, take a break from the heat and they can see clothing and outfits that i wore on various tv performances or prformances in general. they can rhinestone things and they can bring stuff in. they can get a t-shirt and rhinestone it and, yeah, just kind of have a cool -- they can
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take lots of pictures. we set up all these really cool vignettes for them to take pictures that kind of are representative of some of the songs that are on the album. >> carrie, tell us about your arena tour. what are you most looking forward to? >> i'm looking forward to being on the road. you know, we've had a few shows here and there which have been so much fun. i feel like over the past couple of years, i realized exactly how much i love touring and the fans have been awesome at the stuff that we've been able to do and i just cannot wait to take all of this music out and bring it to life and just connect with fans. >> well, we can't wait for it either. carrie underwood, thank you so much, congratulations, again, on the ninth album. we appreciate you and your time. all right. >> thank you. i love this album. thank you so much for having me. >> "denim & rhinestones," everyone, is out now. and coming up, carrie is going to perform "crazy angels" from that very album, but up
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♪ back now as we "rise & shine" in delaware. john quinones is there live getting some r&r on the gorgeous rehoboth beach. not a bad assignment, john. >> reporter: not at all, michael, such a gorgeous day here. you know, this rehoboth beach
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has it all. the sand, the dunes, this mile-long boardwalk, exquisite shops and restaurants and, by the way, delaware has no sales tax. no wonder business is booming here. ♪ just above the sandy dunes and below the flight of black-headed gulls crowds reclaiming the vibrance of the rehoboth beach boardwalk. >> it's friendly, clean, it's safe. it's the place you want to be. >> reporter: but in 2020, the pandemic creating financial turbulence. in the first seven months of that year, downtown rehoboth beach and the boardwalk weathering a combined $91 million loss in revenue. now, the boardwalk is back in full swing as people visit from far and wide to check out all the fun. >> what do you like about this place? >> just the environment. i like parking your car and not getting back in it until you
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leave to go back to the airport. >> reporter: hundreds of businesses lining up the promenade. many of them threaded into the fabric of this community. grateful for a second chance after the pandemic. did you think about shutting down this store? >> as a matter of fact, we did. this is our original store. this is the 30th summer for it and we seriously considered and in the beginning of summer 2020. >> reporter: but now he says business is better than ever. >> you're back to selling fun? >> oh, yes. that's our tag line, we sell fun. a little bit of something for everybody. literally every person who walks through the door has a smile on their face. >> reporter: smiles, thanks to all the toys, the kites and the food along this boardwalk. of course, you can't come to the boardwalk in rehoboth beach without trying some of the local delicacies like thrashers french fries. cooked in peanut oil and then sprinkled with not ketchup but vinegar. let's go try it out.
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thrashers, one of rehoboth's most popular eateries serving up a simple yet delicious treat. why are they so popular? >> well, once you taste them, you will know you have a frying process that's unlike anybody else. >> try it? >> they're always hot. >> oh, man. really delicious. and while on the boardwalk you got to make a stop at funland. the park opening its doors in 1962. generations of families visiting over the decades. >> we constantly hear people say to us, i rode these rides, i put my kids on these rides and now i'm putting my grandkids on these rides. >> reporter: i take chris up on his challenge for a little skeeball. we wind up in a tie but i still walk away a winner. all right. you know, after those buckets of french fries and all that delicious peach pie, i got to do
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something to work this off so i'm going to ride this bike up there until, you know, into the sand dunes or at least until i find a spot on the beach. it's 5:00 somewhere, right, guys? >> all right. >> yeah! >> it's a friday too. definitely. all right, john, thank you. looks like he had a lot of fun. now we're going to go to ginger in washington. hey, ginger. >> i know where i need to stop on my way back. thank you, michael. good morning, everyone. you know we are about four days away from the official start for astronomical summer so the heat is coming up but you know the water takes a while to warm. that's why we see the warmest water temperatures toward the end of summer, early fall, but look at myrtle beach this morning, they're just starting to see overcast skies start to break and a little clearing, certainly drier air, i just checked the dew points at 60. yesterday in the 70s. look at the water temps that have been ticking up. miami, 82. 77 off the coast there in wilmington and galveston, toasty at 83 degrees in the water. that's the big picture.
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drew: i am drew tuma with an accuweather forecast. 80's and 90's on the shoreline, triple digit heat inland. a hot start to the weekend inland, sharply cooler onnnnnnn all right, now, let's get this weekend started right with a little musical performance. here's country superstar carrie underwood with "crazy angels" off her brand-new album "denim & rhinestones." you heard it. she loves it. ♪ ♪ i'm a walking contradiction, baby, don't you try to figure me out ♪ ♪ got holy ghost conviction confliction when the sun goes down ♪ ♪ you know where to find me on a sunday morning ♪ ♪ but tonight i come with a whiskey warning ♪
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♪ sweetheart with a wild side girl next door with a rebel smile ♪ ♪ guess i'm one of those crazy angels, tilted halo with a neon shine ♪ ♪ call me one of those crazy angels ♪ ♪ even good girls wanna have a good time ♪ ♪ heaven knows i'm flying low tonight ♪ ♪ i ain't the only one of us to come down onto this dive bar floor ♪ ♪ you might not see our wings, w check 'em at the door ♪ ♪ we could be dancing or at a booth in the corner ♪ ♪ never know what song we'll rock with that jukebox quarter ♪ ♪ guess i'm one of those crazy angels, tilted halo with a neon shine ♪ ♪ call me one of those crazy angels ♪ ♪ even good girls wanna have a
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good time ♪ ♪ heaven knows i'm flying low tonight ♪ ♪ whoo ♪ ♪ crazy angels, only the good ones get to hold on to ♪ ♪ crazy angels, oh, boy, you'll count your blessings if she falls for you ♪ ♪ yes, i'm one of those crazy angels, tilted halo with a neon shine ♪ ♪ call me one of those crazy angels, even good girls wanna have a good time ♪ ♪ heaven knows we're flying low tonight, this crazy angel's flying low tonight ♪ ♪ hey, crazy angels ♪ ♪ hey, crazy angels ♪
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welcome back to "good morning america." so, everybody wants to get back out there, see the world this summer. experts in fact are predicting a huge boost in travel so if you want to plan your great escape where do you start? this segment sponsored by and emily kaufman, the travel mom and spokesperson for our sponsor is here to help you launch your dream trip and play a fun game. starting right here, emily, what's the number one trend that you're seeing in travel these days? >> the biggest and most exciting trend is that travel is back. >> yes. >> it is the summer of travel 2022. we are seeing a big return to vacations and people are going all in. >> all in, indeed. we have three people who want to go all in, indeed. we're hearing there is a great way for people to find a hotel
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that's right for them. what is that way? >> well, i like to make technology my travel companion. there is a fantastic app by it's simple and easy to navigate. you can search for criteria to meet what you're looking for in this stay. >> so it can really help you to figure out -- >> it can help you to figure out the right place, the right location, and you can rest assured that you're getting a great deal so you don't have to look anywhere else. >> that sounds pretty great. thank you for that now. now let's play the game, people. welcome to "gma's" passport to paradise. [ cheers and applause ] let's meet our contestants, shall we? three who do amazing work. clarissa. italy is on her bucket list. it's a dream trip for her. jamel, dreams of going to the beach. i'm with you. dominican republic? >> yes. >> yes, let's do it. and allison would love to check out iceland. you should talk to michael. he just got back from there. here's the deal. whoever buzzes first to get to answer our travel trivia
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question will get a point. the person who answers the most questions correctly is going to win a trip to their dream destination. are you ready? [ cheers and applause ] >> here we go. first question, which of these cities is not a real city? a, why, arizona, b, why not, north carolina, c, because i said so, west virginia. >> clarissa. >> "c." >> "c," because i said so, west virginia, you are correct. >> clarissa's on the board. all right. question number two, how many hours does it take to fly nonstop from singapore to new york? is it, a, 10 hours? is it, b, 15 hours or, c, over 18 hours? >> allison? >> is it "c," over 18 hours? >> boom, you got that one right. >> wow, allison, let's go. jemel, we have one more question. are you ready?
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>> yes. >> have your hand near the buzzer, because this one is important. which country claims to have no mosquitoes? one or, a, iceland, b, dominican republic, c, italy. >> clarissa. >> "a," iceland. correct. >> we have a winner. >> we have a winner. clarissa. >> but wait, hold on. i'm getting something. what is that? it turns out you're all winners. [ cheers and applause ] >> all of you are going on your dream trip. congratulations. all of you. >> thank you. >> destination, iceland, dominican republic and, clarissa, to italy. congratulations. >> oh, and thank you so much, emily. love seeing you. thanks for the tip.
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>> announcer: it's elvis week on "gma" with the stars of the movie and priscilla presley and chris evans, antonio banderas, keke palmer and antonio banderas. a bauer father's day party event. thanks to carrie underwood for that great performance. thanks to our delaware "rise & shine" team for an incredible morning. everybody did a great job. >> have a great weekend.
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a breakthrough eczema treatment. >> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc7 news. >> let's get a look at traffic. liz: we have an alert, a crash has spilled gas in these bound direction -- eastbound direction here. and they have just cleared a crash on 101. traffic is jammed through mountain view. northbound one is recovering. >> look at the 80. is it a 70's at the shoreline. it today will be hot. it will be into the 80's and 90's. england, we will likely exceed 100 degrees today.
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-- inland, we will likely exceed 100 degrees today. he 20 will begin at 11:00. >> time for kelly and ryan. we will be back for midday live at 11:00 a.m. at 11:00 a.m. we have today, television, film and stage star, patina miller. and from the hit series love, victor, michael cimino. plus, a grilled peach and burrata salad courtesy of nick digiovanni. all next on live. and now here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. ["told you so" by nathan evans] ♪ and, oh, it can swallow you whole ♪ ♪ it can swallow you whole ♪ ♪ i said, "one day... ♪ morning. ♪ i know i said i told you so ♪ -thank you. -you're welcome. thanks. [cheering] we did it. happy friday, guys. allora. come stai? bene, bene. happy friday. we made it to the weekend. here we are.


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