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from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody, you have joined us for wines day wednesday, june 12th. with you i bet you knew that, didn't you? welcome, everybody. >> hello. >> neither of us watched "the voice" last night, although it was a big night to watch "the voice." >> what were you doing, i was down at the point with frank and his binoculars, what were you doing? >> i was out with a friend. any who, we want to recap what happened last night. this is a big reveal, we're all
surprised together. five singers left. you and i picked who we thought should be eliminated, on the basis of what we heard thought should be eliminated. >> we both thought michelle would be the one to go and you thought danielle would be the other and i thought amber. now we are going to see two of the people who were selected. >> okay. that means there's one left. >> yes. let's see. >> all right. ♪ time after time ♪ fall i will catch you, i will be waiting ♪ ♪ time after time ♪ all a part of me, that's who i am ♪ ♪ that's who i am
>> wait a second. wait a second. you were wrong. okay. there's only one -- left. i'm going with the swon brothers. but oh, my god, that means that -- >> that means the african-american young girl -- >> sasha, i love sasha. >> we didn't say she's gone yet. >> we don't know yet. it's the big reveal. who do you think was saved, do you think sasha? >> i like the swon brothers too. at this point, i've lost the right to have an opinion. >> she doesn't have an opinion. i say the swon brothers. only one person left to be saved, who was it? let's see. ♪ even though we ain't got money, i'm so in love with you honey ♪ ♪ everything will bring a chain of love ♪ ♪ in the morning, when i rise
♪ i will always love you >> anyways, wow. >> no accounting for taste in this world. but that's what makes -- no, really. music, so many things, the arts are subjective. they are completely subjective things. congratulations to everybody. >> i'm still going to put my money on the swon brothers all the way to the end. that was thrilling and exciting. another show we didn't see, because we're not sitting around tching tv. >> we actually have a life. >> stop it. >> "america's got talent" was on, supposedly there was a singer who stepped out and blew everyone away. >> but we don't know why. >> this is all new to all of us. like this chat, we don't know what's happening. >> tell us what you're going to do. >> i'm going to sing a song my girlfriend loves, she put me up to it, i hope you like it. ♪ [ operatic singing ]
>> that's great. ♪ >> oh, my god. nobody saw that coming. >> it's like when -- who was the english lady, susan boyle, when she opened up her mouth and surprised everybody, it was a different voice. >> then there was supposedly another surprise. the judges called the girlfriend up who was instrumental in bringing him on. >> then what happened? >> is that you? come here. come on up. >> i loved you from the very first moment i laid eyes on you. will you marry me? >> yes. >> she should have broken into song. she should have sung her reaction. >> i'm so happy. aren't you so glad we didn't know and we just saw it?
>> that's so great. >> that was the best. >> wow. >> from true love to -- >> "america's got talent" airs next tuesday at 8:00/7:00 central on nbc. from love to this. >> i'm sorry, but their headlines are crazy. first of all, you don't know what goes with what. >> "plug the leak" has nothing to do with her. that's a whole different thing. you have to read the fine print to understand it. >> the story in the "new york post" was this model named layla gibaldy -- >> or good body. >> anyway, she allegedly said she had an affair with kanye. >> she says that she had an affair, it's alleged until we discover if it's true. is there any reason to make that -- maybe not. legal wants us to be very careful. >> she is claiming, allegedly. >> no, she is claiming. she is claiming. >> supposedly.
>> it's a he said/she said, but mostly she said thing. we reached out, of course, to kim and to kanye's groups and neither of them have gotten back to us. >> anyway, she says that he had sex with her behind kim's back. and there are details in the article that talk about it. she's a dancer and they were at a club, et cetera, et cetera. >> she is an athletic dancer, acrobatic one. >> anyway -- >> one wonders whether she was paid for her story. you never know. one wonders if she just wants attention and it's not true at all. you know, any time you are a well-known person, you are a target. >> you're right. >> let's hope it's not true. >> it raises questions. this is one of those things when it comes to cheating, i think a lot of women have an instant reaction when they hear a story about cheating because if it ever happened to them, that old
anger comes up. because it reminds you of whatever happened in your world. there's a question, i think, if you were out at night with friends and you looked over and saw a dear friend of yours, husband, boyfriend, whatever, flirting with another girl -- >> we talked about this the other day about the guys on the train. >> what would you do if it was someone close to you, a friend? >> depends, first of all, how close you are to the guy that you find cheating. i would let him know by going, say, to the ladies room. oh, fred, fred. hi, who's this? >> uh-huh. >> yes. i didn't know you had a sister. that kind of thing. then i would let him know. afterwards, i would contact him privately and say, you have something you want to explain? because if you don't have something to explain, then i'm going to have to explain it to my friend, because i love her too much. either you're going to tell her or i'm going to tell her and give him the opportunity to do the right thing. >> give them a time frame. >> the truth is, it's going to come out some day, some how.
how much wrongs long -- how much longer do you want -- if there's something to say, just say it. >> give them the opportunity. >> i would definitely give the opportunity to do the right thing, since he's doing the wrong thing. >> if it were my sister, my best friend, someone who was family to me, i would immediately tell my sister, best friend, et cetera. i wouldn't even go up to the guy and say anything. look, i was at a club, he didn't see me, he was with a girl, it looked terrible. if it was someone i was friendly or friend of, i would either stay out of it or might say to the guy, make sure he knew i was there. >> what if it was jerry? >> if it was jerry, he would never be jerry. >> we asked you all what you thought on facebook. >> i don't know if they remember the story. this is a great snack we're going to talk about, but there was a woman on the train, a bunch of guys talking about their wives and how they were cheating on their wives. >> and how stupid their wives were for not knowing. >> this woman took a picture and posted it on facebook.
and decided to shame this group of guys publicly. she went on to say, if this is your husband and explained what they were discussing. we asked if it was okay to shame people publicly on facebook. 57% of people said yes, it is okay to call people out on facebook and give it to them, and 43% says no, it's never appropriate. >> government knows now, so why not? everybody knows everything already. >> we have to talk about these, because these look so good. >> kim and kanye have reached out and said it is completely false. >> that's what we were going to say. good, good. >> here is something -- they've been coming up with all these wild sandwiches. this is a crispy cream sloppy joe. it's a would you wednesday kind much thing? did we make this ourselves? >> yes, we did. >> this is our version. >> i had one made for you without cheese. it's a krispy kreme doughnut. it's all sweet and savory. you know it's going to be good. >> it's going to be obscene.
>> oh, my god. oh, my god. that's so bad. that is the best thing i've ever -- >> let's live there for a minute. >> please, don't. don't get this around me. look how messy it is. >> that is something i would have thought i would hate that. >> so delicious. >> it would be inhuman to hate that. >> oh. that is so -- oh, my god. that is totally and completely spectacular. >> that was made by chicken charlie, who is known for making disgusting things like that, frying everything and taking them to state fairs, because god knows we have an epidemic of people who are too thin in this country. doing his best to help us with that. >> we have to talk about this cash that happened to be sitting on our table. can you see, we have piles of cash here. this is here because there was a mother/daughter duo who were trying to smuggle money into the country. >> which is illegal. you have to declare how much you
have on you. they were on their way to lebanon, and we don't know why. >> who cares, point is, they stuffed all this dough in their bra. they had it cha chinged out and they were padded down. >> the one woman had -- >> $59,000. is this $59,000? >> no, it's a little less than that, because i took some myself. just to see if it could be done. >> where did you put it? >> where the sun don't shine. >> where did that come out of, i missed it. >> right there, baby, nobody noticed a thing, because i was eating crap. that's the thing of magic, take the eye away from something else. >> what do you usually stuff in there? >> lip gloss, always, always, always. got it right there in the cleavage. >> so you can pull it out and use it whenever you want? >> a credit card usually. >> doesn't that ruin it if it gets wet in there? it gets wet in there, trust me. >> no, it doesn't. >> favorite word, moist.
>> our least favorite words are moist, ooze, and hole. >> i don't like crevice either, okay? hoda is high maintenance. first of all, father's day is coming up. this wine today is by josh cellars. what is it, you guys? josh stellars. in honor of his dad. find why it may be good for your relationship for you to be high maintenance like hodie. >> i want another bite of this. we'll be back after this. have hail damage to both their cars. ted ted is trying to get a hold of his insurance agent. maxwell is not. he's on geico.com setting up an appointment with an adjuster. ted is now on hold with his insurance company. maxwell is not and just confirmed a 5:30 time for tuesday. ted, is still waiting.
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i want it on the side. and i'd like strawberry instead of vanilla. if not, no ice cream, but whipped cream, only if it's real, if it's out of the can, then nothing. >> not even the pie? >> no, just the pie, but not heated. >> uh-huh. >> what? >> all right. according to "glamour" magazine -- >> according to an article, from a dating coach, being high maintenance can actually improve your relationship. >> i don't know about that. >> here to weigh in, our glamerous editor in chief cindi leive. and a regular single guy, 38 year old -- what makes him regular? he's regular, okay? he works in finance. >> okay, works in finance. >> when you hear the term, cindi, high maintenance, it's an instant turnoff. oh, she's one of those people that needs everything just her way. sounds not great. >> it doesn't, but we think women have an irrational fear.
let's be fair. we're not talking about being that super picky person, you don't have to be right out of the "harry met sally" scene, no one wants to date that person, but women do have this very, very deep-seeded fear of looking like they need anything in a relationship, and they tell us they don't want to be seen as high maintenance so they don't express their feelings or say what they want. >> why does it seem the women who are high maintenance, they get the guys, they are all fawning all over them. >> what do you have to say about that? >> i think it's a tradeoff. i think if someone offers a lot, guys will have more patience as far as being high maintenance, but if they don't offer a lot, they are going to have less patience. >> i think, though, you have to take your own needs seriously in a relationship if you want anyone else to take you seriously. >> people will treat you the way you let them. >> there's needy, then there's someone who knows what they want.
>> needy doesn't sound good either, though. >> we're all needy as human beings. >> needy is never good. that's in the a word you want -- >> regular guy says no. >> regular guy, i would say needy is definitely not something you want. >> what if she needs your love? >> that's a different story. >> that's needy. >> that works. >> if you're in a relationship -- >> he is a regular guy. >> bottom line, if you're in a relationship and you feel it's time to have the talk, if you want to start making plans on a wednesday for a saturday rather than waiting until it's 5:00 p.m. saturday and waiting until you get that text, that's fine, that's not high maintenance. that's a normal basic human right. >> what if it turns him off? >> if the guy is turned off by the fact you want to make plans before 30 minutes beforehand, that's not the guy you want to be with. >> let's ask regular guy. >> you're dating hoda, she doesn't like you're sloppy and don't decide until friday, fine, you know what i'm going to do friday, i've got plans. what do you do? >> she's got every right. in a normal, healthy relationship, you give someone more than 30 minutes notice, that's inconsiderate.
let's pretend it wasn't 30 minutes. but it's earlier in the day or the day before. and you're a planner. >> same day is unacceptable. i think the considerate thing to do is give someone at least a day notice. >> i think it also depends where you are in a relationship. if you've just met, fine, it's okay to be casual, but at a certain point, it's fine to have an expectation. >> don't be an ultimatum girl. >> when is it time to tell them what you want or need, how far into a relationship? >> really depends on the relationship, but certainly a couple of weeks, several days, that kind of thing. it's fine to express what you want. if you've been dating for a year and feel it's time to talk about marriage, absolutely. >> little late then. >> are you dating, regular guy? >> i'm out there dating in new york city, and i would say depends where you are in the relationship. i don't think you could put a time table on it, because three months could be one date a week, or you could be dating someone a month and it could be a lot more serious than dating someone for three months. >> you sound like a nice regular guy. >> yes, you do. >> get him a regular date. >> hopefully we can move from regular guy to something more interesting.
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♪ sign sign everywhere a sign ♪ oh, yes, wines day wednesday, you know what that means. >> what? >> we do what the what, take a look at all those pictures. >> sara has been exhausted from going through them all, two of them. how many do we got? >> let's begin with our caption winner from last week. we showed you this photo. >> talented child. >> ouch. the winning caption is "ouch." next time we should just buy a tape measure. >> cute. >> that's going to leave a mark. okay. >> doesn't look like he's in pain, though. looks like he does that every day. >> i think he's a gymnast or singlet wrestler. >> doesn't look too upset. >> definitely seen that before. >> next week's caption photo is at the end.
the first photo is from -- chris and richard from norwalk, connecticut. maybe we should find a new family business. slaughter & son. >> although they used a nice font. >> that's kind of creepy. next from cathy hills. speaking of slaughter, hot shot roach and aunt killer for the angry nephews and nieces everywhere. >> wow. >> our third photo is from lee of wansboro, pennsylvania. if i have to call ahead, walk-in clinic, please call ahead. why am i calling if it's a walk-in clinic? >> they haven't thought it through. >> clearly. finally, this photo. >> that is hysterical. >> such awkward and perfect placement all at once. >> genius. >> he's the only guy, depending on all the commercials you read and watch, he's the only one who doesn't have a problem down there.
>> we are ready to play our weekly trivia game. we're celebrating all the wonderful dads out there with a look at memorable father. kathie lee is across the street at the nbc experience store, ready to hand out $100 to those who get the answers right, and guess who don't get the answers right get, kathie lee's cd. that was made-up applause. here to help me in the studio, billboard magazine's editorial director bill werde. are we ready, bill? >> so ready. >> let's play. >> you're from dallas, right? in tv's full house, bob played a
single father raising three girls. what was his character's name, jesse, joey, danny, or steve? anybody know? all right. >> c? >> yeah. >> wow. danny tanner. >> danny tanner. i love this, because bob sagett, of course, was going to -- tfss originally going to be called house of comics. then with family morals being popular on tv at the time, they changed the whole thing. if you're bob, had to hurt, because he works a little blue as a comedian. he's like the poster child for the nicest dad in the world. >> he's raunchy, isn't he? >> he's a lot raunchy. look at this darling lady from florida. guess what, look right behind her, another one. >> she's older, though. >> of course. in the fresh prince of bel air, who is will's father figure? >> uncle bernie?
i get one of your cds, right? >> she's so happy! >> she wanted the cd. she threw that. >> uncle phil is the correct answer. >> quincy jones was an executive director on the show, so uncle phil worked for the law firm, a nod to one of quincy's favorite bands, earth, wind, and fire. >> come on. >> true story. >> you are so smart. >> i just read things. >> where are you from, iowa? >> hi, dad! >> in the 2003 comedy, old school, vince vaughn played a father who coined what parenting term, zip it, ear muffs, gloves, or shut it? >> ear muffs! >> there with you. okay. >> ear muffs it is. it's brilliant. >> he just had his second child in april. ear muffs, of course, he was like, ear muffs, his kid would go like this and he'd unleash a
torrent of obscenities. ear mufs, an important parenting tactic. >> back across to kathie. >> from virginia, in a harris poll, look at her, she's already out, which tv father was voted the one most adults would like to have had growing up? mike brady from brady bunch, jim anderson from father knows best, cliff from the cosby show, or homer simpson from the simpsons? >> jim anderson? >> that would be grandfather. >> she didn't know who that was. >> right answer, cliff, she was young, anyone who grew up at that age, outside of my father, martin, everyone in the world wanted him to be their dad. i'm relieved he's not still on the air so my kids don't know how inferior i am to cliff. who never got mad in how many episodes of the show. >> ever. all right, back across to kathie. >> brad pitt has how many children to celebrate father's day with? four, five, six, or seven?
>> seven. >> oh, she's going to enjoy this so much. >> the correct answer, six. >> six. she might be right by the time the show is over. let's not count it out. brad pitt told "people" magazine, one of my favorite details in his house, the rule is the children can't google brad pitt or angelina jolie. they've blocked their names from the computer so the kids can't read about brangelina. >> from michigan and turning 40 tomorrow, you look good, honey, happy birthday. in a 1993 classic big screen comedy, robin williams is forbidden to see his children without supervision. what character does he become? so he can see them every day. >> mrs. doubtfire. >> absolutely. >> i love that movie. that was such a great one. >> creepiest looking grandmother ever. the thing about mrs. doubtfire a lot of people don't know is this started an andy kaufman show in 1979 in carnegie hall. he's on stage this big show, has his grandmother come out, it's a
thing she's sitting on stage the entire show. he gets her to take a bow, and his grandmother rips off her wig, rips off her face, and it's robin williams. that's the beginning of the mrs. doubt fire character. >> god, again, genius. >> i work hard for you. >> thanks for coming. she was an american idol, but what is she doing now? fantasia fills us in right after this. ♪ take care of your engine and it'll go far.
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♪ >> fantasia barrino. >> come on. that moment, let's live here. it is hard to believe it's been ten years since fantasia rocketed into the spotlight, taking home the american idol crown in season three of the show. since then, the r & b star has written a memoir, performed on stage and in screen and released four cds, latest called "side effects of you," which debuted in april at number one on the r & b charts and number two on
billboard's top 200 list. what a sophisticated lady. >> thank you. >> how long ago did fant asia win? six? does it feel like ten to you? >> it doesn't, it doesn't. doesn't feel that long, i guess because it's been a lot going on. >> a lot of experience into those last ten years. some great and some really not so good, huh? >> yeah. >> tell us about the last ten years. >> i wouldn't change a thing, though, it's a part of my testimony and made me the woman that i am today. >> are you in a good place now? >> i'm in a great place now. you couldn't give me a million dollars to take away what i feel right now. >> how about two? everything's negotiable. >> you have two young kids. >> yes. >> a daughter who's 12. >> 12 this year. >> and a baby who's 1. that was part of the story, as well, you were already a mom with a 2 year old when you won this thing. you were already battling the stuff that comes with that. >> the thing about it, i've
always been open with my story, that's just life. i was speaking yesterday, we did something at radioshack and i was speaking to the young people that come through to the line, i was preaching to them, i know my story and how easily you can go down the wrong path of trying to fit in or trying to do things that you know you're not supposed to do. >> doesn't take too long to get lost, does it? even if you're a little off track. before you know it, you're lost. >> i always share my story to say, listen, we fall down, but you get back up. take it and use it as a lesson learned, and that is what made me the woman i am. >> when you get up, you really do get up. couple of great things happening, one we had boccelli in the studio, you are opening for him. that must have been such, just a great experience to get the phone call to be asked. >> i was thinking, are they sure they have the right person? >> are you singing with him, as well, are you doing the prayer? >> summertime, i open with summertime, then we both do "when i fall in love," and then
end with a song. >> can i ask you to just please add "the prayer"? so great. >> you had to learn how to sing in italian. that was another deal. >> it was a challenge for me, but i like challenges, i like to do things that people say -- >> he's a lovely man. >> i love him. >> your new cd, i think we have a cut from it we could listen to. ♪ >> she likes it. got to like what you put out there, baby. >> this song has become an anthem. when i do it in my live shows, almost like the people were like, we were waiting for this show. >> what's the title of this one? >> "sometimes you have to lose to win again." >> if only we could have heard it. going to come back to broadway some time? you should. you were spectacular. >> in october. >> you are? >> dropped a little news right there. fantasia, always great to see you. >> we wish you the best, honey.
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about that? >> aviva goldfarb is the author of "the six o'clock scramble." we gave her one requirement before she could cook for us. her recipe had to use ingredients already in the kitchen, unless you're hoda. >> so funny. >> hi, aviva. >> hello. right here we're going to make a garlic crusted shrimp with cherry tomatoes and toasted panko. >> wait, wait, wait, who has panko? >> it's actually pretty common, but if you don't have panko, it's fine to use bread crumbs, it will work well, as well. >> how do we do it? >> we have olive oil heating up right here, we're going to add a tablespoon of butter. >> most people have some of that. >> i like the combination because you get the good healthy qualities from the oil, creaminess in the butter. would you like to add the shrimp to the pan? tails on, not the heads or the skin. >> all right, just the tails. >> brown nice and quickly. >> yes, they do. very quickly. >> as soon as they are starting to turn pink, what we're going
to do is we're going to flip them. would you like to do the honors? >> i can flip them. you can keep going. this will take a few minutes. >> exactly. as soon as they are starting to get cooked, we add these little tab cherry tomatoes. this is a fun thing to do with the kids, pop out the seeds with your thumb. i'm going to go ahead and start to add these here. >> we're pretending i flipped them. >> pretty. look how fast they are flipped. >> you want them to get a little bit cooked and we're also adding a tablespoon of fresh garlic. what we're going to do is crust up the shrimp a bit. we're going to mix these around a bit. >> how long should you cook, five minutes, three minutes? >> with shrimp, a nice hot pan, one or two minutes per side. hoda, what i'd love you to do is add parmesan cheese, it's going to help with the coating on the shrimp. thank you so much. >> you're welcome. >> then we have the toasted panko. and chopped parsley. that's everything.
how quick is that? most people have a bag of frozen shrimp in their freezer. >> look at this. >> that's going to help. nice coating, and what we're going to do, would you like to put this on top? >> yes, i would like to. >> and here you have a gourmet -- oops, gourmet dinner in less time than it takes to heat a frozen pizza. >> it does look good. >> you can squeeze lemon on top. >> tons of fresh lemon. >> you can add salt and pepper, but you don't need a lot. >> you have your panko, after all. >> thank you so much, aviva goldfarb. tomorrow, latest cast-offs, i hate to call them cast-offs. people no longer on "the voice." we don't know. plus, amazing ambush makeovers that have everybody talking. >> and what guys really want to know about your relationship. >> none of their business. >> and birthday bash for some grownups. have a great wines day, everyone.
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