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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody. thanks so much for being with us today for wines day wednesday. one of our favorite days of the week. >> why is that? >> it is november 6th. because it's wines day wednesday. we haven't been back to broadway for a while. we'll see matinee this afternoon. >> rave reviews for a little
show "after midnight." >> we have il divo performing. >> yes. >> and we have lylas here. do you know what that stands for? >> little sisters. >> no, love you like a sister. they're all sisters. >> we're going to take you back to high school with a special game of who knew. >> i'm getting so many comments about your podcast with me. >> people are listening. >> they are listening and loving it, and learning things about you that they never knew. >> podcast one, all of kathie lee's podcasts are on there now. >> i have three now. >> you are so big. >> who is bigger? >> we played one of kathie lee's christmas songs. why? it was november 5th and we thought it was time. >> that's regis, your other co-host. >> regis, what are you doing? >> we need to do a new version of it. >> by the way, i just wanted to
point out when we played you singing -- what song was it, this one? >> no, it was. ♪ have yourself a merry little christmas ♪ >> i'm sorry, what did you say? ♪ silver bells silver bells >> turn that down. we want to hear kathie lee sing in the studio. >> that one. ♪ have yourself a merry little christmas ♪ >> that one. that's my favorite. >> when that song played our facebook page exploded. it only happens on rare occasion. and people want your christmas album. >> i got one from somebody who said what the -- shut her up. that was my favorite one. >> good. just delete that. if you want this christmas album -- >> who knew it was available? thank goodness for itunes. >> $9.99, only $10 for all of them. >> i used to be big. oh, i used to be hot. >> we have news about tom cruise. >> i thought this was old news. apparently it's new news. >> he is very upset because
"in touch" magazine and "live and style" ran some articles about that he basically abandoned suri. he got ticked off. he went to fight the tabloids in a $50 million lawsuit. >> yeah. >> and here is what's weird. you have to have depositions so all of the business comes out. so he had some things that he said in his depositions like this. he said what i find the most disturbing is that i have to sit here and look at this photograph of my daughter with "abandoned by daddy." >> it says in court documents, i have in no way cut suri out of my life, physically, emotionally, financially, otherwise. remember, when katie holmes left him, it was a shock to him. and he had two movies in the pipeline, long, long -- they were going to be -- he had to go -- so that could not have come the a more inopportune time for him. all of a sudden he has this life thing to deal with, his marriage
breaking up, his daughter. but he is bound by contract to be on a set. >> i do have to say when i first heard about him filing a $50 million lawsuit because the headlines said "daddy abandoned suri" which half of those things are wrong anyway. >> yep. >> i thought he'd go, oh,, ridiculous, and move on. but the fact that he's suing, doing depositions, it's talking about e-mails that show he is a good father. >> hitting him right where he lives, obviously. he is not a perfect person, but in his mind what he's being accused of is like the worst thing you can accuse him of. i know that feeling. frank and i did two times, we -- >> sued tabloids? >> we sued tabloids. not about anything they wrote about us, but what they wrote about our children because it was flat out lies. we had settlements and won both of them. it was about them. you know, we, as adults, choose this life we're in. and all of this kind of coverage and scrutiny comes along with it. but your children don't. they're just born. you want to protect them.
>> those headlines were from june 2012. that means by bringing it up now, we're talking about it -- >> it take that long to do the depositions. >> right. >> it really does. it's a long, long process. let me tell you something. >> what? >> unbelievably expensive to sue. >> how much does it cost? >> oh, oh. i would say about half a million dollars each time you do, depending on. >> wow! >> and rarely do you win. although they -- who knows. he's not going to miss the money. i know that. it's the principle. we have breaking news about jennifer aniston's hair. >> what? >> it's big. you know she's known for her lid. everyone knows her because of her hair. she decided she was going to do something and get a brazilian keratin treatment. which i am all for. >> i always get confused by calling it a brazilian. >> stop. stop it. >> why would she want that on her head? >> she did the brazilian and apparently it did something -- the chemicals, whatever is in it damaged her hair and she had to chop it. >> irretrievably.
>> to get rid of the -- >> she is a beautiful, beautiful woman. even with short hair she will look adorable. it's the new thing anyway. >> it's distressing. when you have a bad hair treatment -- because there's a friend of mine who i know did a keratin treatment and she asked me, should she do it? i said, definitely do it. it totally wrecked the ends of her hair and she had this really short. >> not attractive. >> you know what? that was unnecessary. you know what? okay. everybody is so funny. why don't you continue showing the worst picture -- that was my prekeratin. now you know why i would risk it. mine looks worse than damaged hair. >> that's why she never wants to have to go to prison. >> i'm scared. i would look guilty, seriously. if my roots had to grow out and i looked like that, you would know i did it. >> guilty as hell, your honor. >> exactly. anyway, she's in a happy place in her life, a gorgeous
man who loves her, is getting married. >> keratin is banned in certain countries. canada it's banned in. >> because it's dangerous. >> formaldehyde is in it. >> hoda doesn't care. >> can i tell you, they give you a gas mask, and i mean a full on -- >> doesn't that tell you something? there's a person from the epa there every time. >> you put the gas mask on, they open the windows and you do the treatment. and it's worth it. here is something weird. >> by the way, canada -- >> what? o my god. >> the mayor. >> the crack-smoking mayor. >> can you believe that? >> now, doggone it, he's going to get back to work. let me put down my pipe and get back to work. >> he has said he has lifted 1,000 pounds, his words. >> he shouldn't have said that. >> shouldn't have. >> although you know who looks like he has had 1,000 pounds taken off him? >> chris christie. >> he looks fantastic.
>> he's lost so much weight. >> he looks great. congratulations to him and to everybody, all the winners. so little time. >> anyway, here is something -- >> you know who you are. >> go through politics in 13 seconds. >> don't bore us with that stuff. >> we're getting to the good stuff like this. >> we had to bring up jennifer's hair. >> here is something else that's very important. >> most important. >> there is a baby panda, 2-year-old panda in captivity in china. it will be released into the wild. they realize this baby panda has never been around other pandas. how will they solve this problem? >> the way smart people would. human beings put on panda outfits. to further confuse the little baby and put him into therapy for the rest of his life, the human being pandas smear themselves with panda poo so they don't give it away that they're human beings. you don't think he knows? >> he may not know. is he being released as we speak or around now.
was that the real one? >> hard to tell. >> anyway, that's something, what they did. >> right now that little panda is released some place in the wild and going, i'm not prepared for this. i have some freaks walking around in outfits with panda poo smeared all over them. >> like he didn't know? >> yeah. there's something new coming to your television set. we're not sure you're going to like it. but it's coming to the united states. >> it had to. in a weird way. >> we talk about add and people who want things quick. this is for people who don't want things quick. >> nice and easy. >> b rolf video of, for instance, a train going through the mountains. it goes on for seven hours or more. >> norway. what does the fox say? >> okay. they also had video of a woman knitting. >> for seven hours. >> lots of people knitting. >> goes on and on.
hours of knitting. >> just hours. >> goes on and on with the knitting. >> 1.3 million tuned in to watch the knitting broadcast. >> yeah. >> oh, my god. >> a lot of people knit. >> it is soothing. >> i would like to watch people fish. that would be fun. >> i like watching fishing. i really do. do you? >> if i'm fishing and my kid catches -- >> if i walk by and someone is fishing, i stop by, like in new orleans. i want to see. >> how do you have time when you're so busy following bieber on his twitter account? the beeb biebster. >> i follow bieber on twitter and instagram. >> do you know why? she likes his abs. she wants to see pictures of his abs. >> i just want to cover because we have to keep track of these people on our show. >> what happened on "the voice"? we brought them on our show. elvis did your land.
how surprising was it to turn on the tv and see them singing with christina? ♪ giving up on you ♪ i will swallow my pride you're the one that i love who's saying good-bye ♪ >> i love that. >> well, they only played the really slow part of that, because in honor of slow television -- there are places in songs where it gets exciting. if you're only going to show a snippet. >> it's a slow song. >> i know but every ballad has a place where it builds. >> that was it. >> wow! would you! wow. last night, team cee lo and team christina performed. first up from team cee lo, tamara and caroline.
♪ just turn around now weren't you the one who tried to hurt me with good-bye did you think i would crumble did you think would crumble did you think i'd lay down and die ♪ ♪ we don't notice side by side you think that i push you away ♪ >> good one, caroline. she has such an interesting voice, this one. >> yeah. >> i bet she will make it to the end. they're both great. >> so nobody was picked or anything from that? they were just showcasing. >> no and i don't think we have time to show the rest. you know what, it's okay. >> you can watch slow tv or dvr the show, which is what you should do. tonight we have a very big night. you're not going to see whatever is on tonight. >> oh, yes.
we're meeting our advertisers out tonight for drinkies. tell you about it in the morning. are all the million things on your to-do list stressing you out, hoda? >> some strategies to address the stress and turn things into something positive. if they're anything like their brother, bruno mars, you know they have amazing talent. we'll meet the lylas. >> first these messages. >> they're adorable. >> announcer: "today all night" is sponsored by bayer aspirin. take charge of your heart health. [ paper rustles, outdoor sounds ]
♪ [ male announcer ] laura's heart attack didn't come with a warning. today her doctor has her on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. stress is defined as the state of mental tension and worry caused by problems in your life, work, et cetera. >> and co-host. and almost no one gets through this life without dealing with it on one level or another. >> what are we all stressing about? we decided to hit the streets to find out.
>> i am most stressed out in the day, actually. usually before i go to bed and i'm trying to anticipate the next day. and then sometimes in the morning if i haven't slept well because i spent the night stressing about something. >> what stresses me out the most is trying to get to work on time in the morning. >> i am most stressed out probably in the middle of the day, like when i'm trying to handle everything and get back to folks calling me, that kind of thing. >> my highest stress level time is in the morning when i'm trying to map out my day and the phone is ringing and people are wanting everything all at once. >> things that stress me out the most are kids, work, trying to balance everything through every day life. >> all righty. here to help turn that stress into positive energy is psychologist elizabeth lombardo, author of "a happy you: your ultimate prescription for happiness." you look like a happy little elf. >> you certainly do. >> thank you very much.
>> was the first woman right? she says she stresses mainly in the night before she goes to bed and in the morning. >> we have to remember all stress isn't bad. there's actually good stress. >> latin word for good? >> something like that, yes. this stress is what we think of as stressed, feeling overwhelmed, anxious, you can't focus, you can't sleep. >> a little out of control. >> the you stress is that positive stress. it motivates us and inspires us to get things done. >> give us an example of a good kind of stress. >> planning a wedding. hopefully that's a positive thing you're looking forward to. >> it can easily become distress. >> it can. >> it's about managing. we have really busy days in the next three days. hoda and i were just talking about that. you have to take it one thing at a time, don't you? if you look at the whole thing it can freak you out. >> it's not the situation that causes stress but what we're saying to ourselves.
if you have three days of oh, my gosh, i have to get this done. how am i going to get this done? one day at a time is a great way to deal with that. >> isn't it anticipatory stress like oh, my god, this is a big thing that's coming. i used the big word, just wanted to point that out. >> anticipatory. >> is it because we're afraid of not doing it well. what are we afraid of with stress? >> we tend to be very perfectionists. we want everything to be perfect instead of focusing on the passion, the fun and why you're doing this. >> it's hard sometimes to see the fun because you know that you have a deadline. you know your boss needs it by wednesday. finding the joy in that isn't always easy. >> it's not always easy. it's about your interpretation. if you have a big presentation, you can focus on, oh, my gosh, i'm never going to get it done. i'm not going to sleep. that would be the distress. but good stress can be like it's going to take a lot of time and energy but it will be a good way
to showcase to my boss how good i am. >> go on. >> no, i was just going to say -- i don't remember. everybody's anticipations are different and our priorities are really, really different. i remember the other day i had to rush home to get on the telephone. i was going to be late for an interview but i ended up passing right by my neighbor, who has been battling cancer and i said, you know what? i made the wrong choice. my choice should always be the neighbor. i walked over the next day, took over a bottle of wine, we sat and it meant the world that -- i was glad i caught myself like don't make the wrong choice, kathie. it's always about people. that stressed me out that i made the wrong choice! why am i yelling? >> you're passionate. >> cause that's what you do. >> really interesting. i call it goldie locks syndrome. she didn't want her porridge too hot or too cold. >> it's a pain in the rear to be around somebody who is never happy with anything. >> right. we want to look at stress being -- you want some stress.
no stress and you're bored to death. too much stress and we're overwhelmed. we're looking for that happy medium, just right for you. >> i told you, hodie. >> that's what i thought. thank you very much. >> if you didn't do so well on your s.a.t.s back in high school, here is your chance. >> you're about to get schooled in a fun game of who knew. >> it will be so much fun. and international singing sensations il divo comes from broadway just for hoda woman. [ female announcer ] this is laura.
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so, hoda, did you take your s.a.t.s when you were in high school? >> yes, i did. >> okay. maybe you can answer this. five plus five plus five -- >> does it equal 550? >> no. >> obviously it doesn't add up. to make this statement true, draw one straight line somewhere along that formula. >> huh? what do you mean, draw a straight line? where? >> anywhere that will make it work. >> what are you talking about?
we're back with more on this wines day wednesday. we're ready to play "who knew" and are heading back to school to see if we can ace those s.a.t.s. kathie lee is across the street at the nbc experience store. she's ready to hand out $100 for those who get those right and those who don't get kathie lee's cd. we asked this question, here it is. five plus five plus five equals 550. we said draw one straight line to make this true.
please show us what you're talking about. >> very simple. 545 plus 5 equals 550. >> i would have never gotten that. >> let's go across the street to kathie lee. >> you think i come over here to play this game but the truth is that all these years i come over to visit my boyfriend, joseph. he works at the experience store here. today is a special day, isn't it, hon? >> i guess it is. >> what is it today? >> my 86th birthday. >> i love this man. he is so special. happy birthday. >> thank you. >> i'm going to give him "scandalous" happy birthday. he would probably rather have the money, but you're stuck with that. thank you, joseph. god bless you, honey. you're from california, sir. hoda's impulsive nature and sudden whims led her friends to label her, one, bombastic, capricious or decorous. >> decorous.
>> decorous. >> she is that, too. >> the correct answer is -- >> capricious. you are decorous because you are marked by good taste. in this case you have to look for the clue in the sentence, and the clue is impulsive nature. you'll see these type of sentence completions in the s.a.t. a hot dog stand carries four types of bread and seven condiments. how many different combinations of one type of bread and one condiment are possible from this hot dog stand? that is so mean. is it 28, 14, 11 or 7? >> i'm going to say 28. >> wow! genius. >> she is a smart one. 28 combos. >> that's a great job. that's the right answer. and in a math section, you're going to see math questions from tenth grade and earlier. you'll see simple arithmetic, geometry. little bit of algebra.
statistics. probability. you may even see things from back from seventh and eighth grade. >> where is this from, seventh grade? >> i would say that's in the easier part of the math section. >> also from st. louis, because playing a musical instrument increases brain activity it is sometimes used as a what to promote learning in children? condition, highlight, stimulus or dictum? >> i'm going to say stimulus. >> you are a very bright girl. >> smart. yes indeed, she's correct. stimulus. >> she is correct. and it's important to have that strong vocabulary when you go into the s.a.t. when you are studying for this test make sure you have a great list of words. if you're working with our company, our tutors give the students the most frequently used vocabulary words on that s.a.t. learn those words before you go in. great word, stimulus. >> beautiful lady from los angeles. >> there are ten rooms in a school, okay? each room contains at least 15
desks but not more than 20 desks. which of the following could be the number of desks in the school? 100, 140, 180 or 210? >> 140. >> she's going to going to get a lovely cd by kathie lee, that great singer. >> i've heard of her. the correct answer, 180. >> a minimum of 150 desks in this case and a maximum of 200 desks. you're looking for that number that's in between those two. there's only one number here, which was 180. but again in the math section, it is in order of difficulty. first third of the math test are easy questions, second-third, medium, last third, hard questions. think about where you are in the test and how much you need to focus on those questions. >> thank you for joining us. we really appreciate it. you already know their famous brother, bruno mars. now it's time for the sisters to share the spotlight. we'll meet lylas after this. ♪ [ female announcer ] you've got finding time for what matters,
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there's not a person on the planet that hasn't heard of bruno mars, with more than 1 billion views on youtube, more than 45 million singles sold worldwide. he is doing all right. >> he is about to share the spotlight with his also very talented sisters known as the lylas, who are about to hit reality tv. they are jamie, tahiti, tiara and presley. hi, ladies. >> how are you? >> hi lylas. >> hi. >> lylas stand for. >> love you like a sister. >> who came up with that name? >> jamie. >> is mars your last name in reality or does he make that name up? >> no. >> that's silly bruno. is his name bruno? >> it's a nickname. he had it since he was like 2 years old. >> when you watched his assent and watched him hit the stage and explode, were you surprised or did you know it was in him? >> we knew it.
and it was just when is his time and now is his time. >> you must be so incredibly overwhelmed with pride for him. >> yeah. >> now it's your turn. >> move over, bruno. >> do you guys all sing together as a family when you were growing up? >> yes. >> yes. >> we grew up in a musical family. >> in hawaii. >> yeah. there was a karaoke machine since there were eight tracks. our grandparents had it. we were in a puerto rico puerto rican partridge family.uerto ri rican partridge family.erto ric rican partridge family.rto rico rican partridge family.to rico rican partridge family.o rico pn partridge family. rico puerto r partridge family.rico puerto ri partridge family.ico puerto ric partridge family.co puerto rica partridge family.o puerto rican partridge family. puerto rican partridge family.puerto rican partridge family. business and it will probably help you and hurt you that you are bruno mars' -- >> exactly. >> right? >> he gets the super bowl. >> he got a head start on you. >> one, getting into the music industry and then being bruno mars' sisters. >> what type of music do you sing together? >> we grew up singing a lot of '50s.
our parents had a show called "the love note show." >> doo-wop? >> what's your favorite go-to oldie that you guys like singing together? >> the supremes. ♪ baby love >> can you do that one? >> what do you love? >> sing one of our songs. >> do it. >> okay. >> okay. >> ready? ♪ since you left i can't breathe i was wrong, baby, come back to me ♪ ♪ the moment you went away i could see that i lost the greatest part of me ♪ >> little wilson phillips. it has that familiar thing. that's a real compliment. we're happy for you guys. this is going to be fun. >> we certainly are. >> you seem like sweet people. stay that way or hoda and i -- of course you will. >> oh! well, we're all sharing.
>> we share and you share. >> everybody's legal? everybody's legal. the lylas will premiere this friday night on we tv at 9:00, 8:00 central. >> talking about music, il divo is coming up. >> and what would we do without bobbie thomas? she's back with great products to make your life easy. sorry. >> who gives a rip? >> she's so clever.
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did you ever have one of those why didn't i think about that moment? well, you're about to have a lot of them. >> style editor and author of "the power of style" bobbie thomas is back with concepts that will make your life less complicated. >> i'm really excited. first up, a very clever name and concept. knapsack. you need a diaper bag, you're ready to go. then this nap sac literally turns into -- >> what? >> stop it. >> changing pad and bassinet for the baby. it lays flat to be a play pad or changing pad. that's inside.
the four pockets roll out. >> that's awesome. >> isn't it great? you can take it out, wash it. >> adorable. next, something you should keep in your bag if you've gone into a smoky bar. >> i hate that. >> if the baby spit up in one place and you can't get the smell out. these are the world's first deodorant removing wipes. it will take the smell, sort of like febreeze but something you can stick in your purse. >> really? >> smell. >> oh, my gosh, it's nice. >> just a couple of dollars worth sticking in your purse. and this is something that i'm obsessed with. >> what is it? >> they've come up with what they call the one brush. it's a pricey investment. it's $49 but they claim they can swap ten of your brushes out of your bag. i was amazed. you can go from liquid -- you can go from liquid and then switch to powder. >> it doesn't clump up? >> no, and back again because it's goat hair. it will wipe right off. >> goat hair?
>> yes. made of goat hair so the product won't stick to it. >> what if you switch to blush? >> bronzer, blush, switch in between. it's unbelievable. contours to your face. the shape is unique. you can get under your eyes. >> i would have never thought that have. >> me either. >> such a good idea. this is the sash bag. i wanted to give you an alternative to the fanny pack. >> who did this one? rolling stones keith richards wife? >> similar. this one is a lot more affordable. >> yeah. that is quite pricey. >> these are all under $100. some of them start around $49. it's so great because it's hands free. it has clever pockets inside and they're reversible. you can get brown and black in one bag. >> wow! cute. >> and pockets. >> would you wear that? >> i usually wear a fanny pack when i'm walking. i don't know. this seems like it would be -- >> it would be great if you're going to europe and don't want to carry your purse, traveling somewhere. >> that's cute. >> or in the amazon.
i don't know. >> hoda, you're going to love this one. these are called cord crunchers. wrap them around your wrist. take them in your bag. you know how your headphones get tangled? >> yes. >> this is the most clever thing ever. you just pull this out and in order to get them back, you literally just slide them back so they won't tangle anymore. isn't that amazing? >> i love this. love, love, love. >> very smart. >> i'm obsessed with -- >> very smart. >> this is a helpful reminder. you can record ten-second messages on your fridge. it's a magnetic place to press the button to remember what you thought. >> time to get new heels. >> she's always after me to get new shoes. >> this is a clever way to remind yourself if you have a roommate or kids. this is a charger, usb port that you can slip inside your wallet, 25 bucks. and this is the selfie. it's so great. it allows you to take it -- in here.
it allows you to take perfectly posed pictures, and then you can put your phone or your ipad down and you'll see that this little extension plugs in for $19. so you can set up a professionally opposed picture. >> cute. >> packing list, it's online. >> packing list? >> you can print it out, download it, print it out. it will help you to remind you of things you didn't think to pack. >> who is better than bobbie? >> nobody! >> love you, baby. they're a hit all over the world. they're awesome and their good looks ain't so bad either. >> they're taking on broadway for the first time and are giving us a sneak peek. first this is "today" on nbc.
>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. il divo has been making beautiful music for a decade, discovered by none other than -- >> simon cowell. >> -- simon cowell. >> they're getting ready to make their broadway debut with grammy winner heather headley. great to see you all again. so -- >> yes, david? >> david. >> is broadway exciting for you guys? this is a new adventure for you.
>> absolutely. broadway is hugely exciting for us on many different levels. this will be my second time being on broadway, but broadway in general is such a wonderful genre for us. so many different musical styles have come into play since its inception. we're all about incorporating musical styles. >> what about heather headley? >> what can we say that hasn't been said? >> what about heather headley? >> she just came from london where she has been rehearsing -- >> i did. i did a year actually of "the body guard." >> yes. we're hearing great things. for six shows starting when? >> yes, yes. we start tomorrow night. >> what are you singing for us today, guys? >> we're going to do "can you feel the love." >> from "the lion king." here they are. ♪
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