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you. we'll have all the local updates on the nbc10 app. good morning. countdown to shutdown. a friday deadline for a new spending plan looming large. but republicans and democrats miles apart over everything, from health care, to tax reform and that border wall. can even a temporary deal be reached in just five days? detained. a u.s. citizen taken into custody in north korea. one of three now being held there. the regime also making new threats, saying it's ready to sink a u.s. kafrt carrier. the rising tension taking center stage at a white house meeting. nikki haley, the u.s. ambassador to the u.n., will be there. first, she's with us live. nbc news exclusive. the sister of that tennessee
teacher, accused of kidnapping his student and taking her across the country, speaks out. what she said to her brother after his arrest. >> i asked him why? why would he do this? >> why she's standing by him, despite the horrible things she claims he did. and airline agony. american suspends a flight attendant over this altercation with a mom and other passengers. >> she almost hurt a baby. >> this, just two weeks after united's infamous passenger dragging incident. >> my god, what are you doing? >> this morning, that man's lawyer is here for an exclusive, live interview, today, monday, april 24th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everyone.
welcome to "today" on a monday. a monday of what promises to be a very eventful week. >> a lot of countdowns. you talked about a countdown to a potential government shut jdo. the 100-day mark for the trump administration. and north korea. let us set the stage for you. today, president trump welcomes in the u.n. security council the white house for an unprecedented meeting. high on the list of priorities, north korea, syria and u.s. cuts to u.n. funding. we'll talk about that more with the u.s. ambassador to the united nations, nikki haley, in a moment. budget battles will dominate. the white house releases its tax reform plan on wednesday, while congress faces a friday deadline to pass a new spending package, if it wants to avoid a government shutdown. here's another thing to watch out for on friday. president trump's address to the nra's annual leadership forum. we have complete coverage, starting with kristen welker this morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. president trump has been downplaying the significance of
the first 100-day mark. telling the associated press it's not meaningful. countering that, a flurry of activity, aimed at raking up more wins. health care and vowing to introduce a tax plan. but looming over it, that potential government shutdown set for friday. with donald trump's presidency approaching the 100-day mark, the president and his aides are sounding a triumphant note. >> he is fulfilling his promises and doing it at breakneck speed. >> reporter: but the new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll, tells a different story. with 45% of americans, he's off to a poor start. his job approval rating now stands at 40%, the lowest of any president in the history of the poll. still, an nbc neabc news/"washi post" poll, says he is holding firm with his base. on twitter, the president calling the polls, very good, considering much of the media is
fake and almost always negative. all this as washington faces a looming deadline. if congress can't pass a budget deal by friday, the government will shut down. >> the government's going to stay open? >> i believe it will. >> reporter: one of the sticking points, republicans are looking to include funding for the president's border wall in the spending bill, a signature trump campaign promise. >> who is going to pay for that ball? >> mexico. >> reporter: the president suggesting u.s. taxpayers may need to make a downpayment, tweeting sunday, eventually, but at a later date, so we can get started early, mexico will be paying in some form for a badly needed wall. democrats taking a hard line against the wall. >> the wall is immoral, expensive, unwise. >> reporter: some republicans warning to letting the issue shut down the government. >> the last thing we can afford is to send a message to the world that the united states government is only partially functioning. >> reporter: this comes as the
white house is attempting to resuscitate the failed attempt at health care reform. >> we're hopeful this week. but it's not something that has to happen to define our success. >> reporter: and today, former president barack obama, who has been vacationing, is coming off the sidelines, hosting a discussion about community organizing in chicago. obama's first public appearance, just days before the commander in chief marks a milestone. mr. obama met with at-risk young men in chicago. in terms of his message, aides say don't expect the president to criticize president trump. but he will advocate for his policies. as for mr. trump, expect this week to be a run-up to saturday's 100-day mark. today, he is going to hold that undecemb unprecedented white house meeting with the u.n. security council. >> kristen welker where they're
tidying up this morning. the world is reacting to a critical election in france. two outsiders have won the preliminary round of voting. richard engel is in paris for us. hi, richard. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. french voters rejected the establishment. there were 11 candidates. they've been whittled down to two. and the ruling parties that have governed in france from the left and the right for decades were thrown out. amid high security, millions came out to vote across france. turnout was 78%, in what's considered the most important election in decades. and it was a nail-biter. too close to call until the results came in. emmanuel macron is now the front-runner to be the next french president. this is his first campaign. supporters are hoping the 39-year-old banker from the center-left can bring a new life and energy to france.
we will win it, he promised. long live france. he faces his polar opposite, marine le pen, from the far right. trailing by a few percent, le pen is anti-immigration, wants out of the e.u., to drop the euro, and taking a page out of the strategy book from president trump. it's time for the french people to be free of the arrogant elite, she said, promising to close borders and stop terrorism. the two candidates will face each other in a runoff in two weeks. analysts say macron has the clearest path to victory and that following trump may have actually worked against le pen. >> trump was a counterexample for france. people have been looking at the -- what's happening in the u.s., with very critical eyes. >> reporter: now, with two weeks to go, france is at a cross roads. there has been a trend in global politics towards nationalism.
first with brexit, and then president trump's election. france can be where that trend comes to an end. >> richard engel, in paris, thank you. there's new tension this morning between the u.s. and north korea. the regime is now threatening to sink a u.s. aircraft carrier. and over the weekend, it detained an american citizen, as he was preparing to leave that country. nbc's kelly cobiella, is in seoul, south korea, with the latest on this. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: a lot of talking overnight, matt. the leaders of both japan and china speaking to president donald trump by phone. the choinese leader urging restraint on all sides, as "the uss carl vinson" comes closer to the peninsula. college student otto warmbier, and now, a professor. the north korean university where he worked said his name is tony kim. and he was detained at pyongyang
airport saturday, leaving the country after several weeks of service teaching. and his detention is not connected to his work at the university. kim is in his 50s. was doing aide work and was with his wife at the airport when the north koreans took him away. another bargaining chip, says former ambassador, bill richardson, who has helped free prisoners before and is working on warmbier's case. >> we've been able to deal with the father and the grandfather and the old regime. but under kim jong-un, he detains americans, he's detained three now. but we don't know what he wants in return. he doesn't communicate on that level. >> reporter: instead, more threats. the regime sunday warning it's combat-ready to sink a u.s. afr aircraft carrier. and threatening australia with a nuclear strike, as vice president mike pence wrapped up a two-day trip there.
>> all options are on the table. >> reporter: this morning as "the uss carl vinson" heads towards the korean peninsula, south korea is talking to washington about holding joint drills. the region on-edge, unsure of what north korea's supreme leader will do next. there's a lot of speculation and concern that north korea could carry out either its sixth nuclear test or a missile test some time this week. china has warned north korea not to do either. meantime, we have that big meeting at the white house today. all 15 members of the united nations security council set to visit. matt? savannah? >> all right, kelly. thank you very much. nikki haley, the u.s. ambassador to the united nations, joining us now. ambassador haley, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> i want to talk about the american being detained in north korea in a second. but when you take that ziincide and you combine it with a threat to sink a u.s. aircraft carrier
and a threat to conduct a nuclear strike against australia. when you and your counterparts meet this morning, what can you come up with to rein in north korea that hasn't been tried in the past and haven't failed in the past? >> kim jong-un is starting to flex his muscles because he feels the pressure. last week the security council unanimously contempted what north korea is doing with their testing. china has been helping putting pressure on him. and he's trying to show strength to his country. >> we've been talking about containing north korea for decades now and what's not working. what new can you come up with? >> working with china for the first time, they've really been our partner in holding him at bay. it's a new day when you have china and the united states working together on a statement to condemn north korea. they put pressure on him. he feels it. that's why he's responding this way. an i think it is a different day. what we said from the beginning
and i will continue to say, the united states is not looking for a fight. don't give us a reason to have one. >> it's interesting that you say that the you think he's responding to the pressure by flexing muscle, by conducting more nuclear tests. i don't have to tell you, you have an unstabled ed adversary there. does the tough talk and the rhetoric, if china doesn't help us here, we may do it ourselves. we may consider a pre-emptive strike. do you worry about the point of no return with words? >> no. that's not the case. and keep in mind, he's trying to get the confidence of his own te people. when he does these things, he's not doing them to all of us, as much as he's trying to prove to his own people he can handle this. he's very much starting to feel the pressure. you're starting to see him get paranoid. and i think you'll see pressure coming from all parts of the community. and we have to keep the pressure up. >> i whi that savannah is getting at, when you have someone as unstable as kim
jong-un, do you worry that words might force him into a catastrophic mistake? >> no. and i think if you look at what's happening now, if there's a catastrophic mistake it's going to be because he's continuing to instigate an issue. we're going to continue to be stable. we're going to continue to have the international community stable. it's the reason that none of us are even trying to pick a fight with him. but we'll have to wait and see. what i can tell you is the international community is very united. >> ambassador haley, every leader says all options are on the table. they always say that. is a pre-emptive strike against north korea being considered? is the administration actively planning for that? >> we're not going to do anything unless he gives us reason to do something. so, our goal -- >> that's what reason? what would that reason be? do you have that threshold in your mind? >> if you see him attack a military base. if you see an intercontinental ballistic missile, obviously, we're going to do that. right now, we're saying don't test. don't use nuclear missiles.
don't do anymore actions. and i think he's understanding that. and china is helping put that pressure on. >> if he tests another intercontinental ballistic missile, if he were to test another nuclear device, you say, obviously, we're going to do that, do you mean military retaliation? >> i think then the president steps in and decides what's going to happen. >> let me ask you real quickly before i leave you. do you have any information on this american being detained? his whereabouts or why he's being detained? >> it's hard to get information out of north korea, obviously. we're doing everything we can. this makes three detainees that they have right now. and again, this is him trying to pick a fight with us. and what we're going to have to do is work very hard to find out information and see what we need to do to get the three out safely. >> ambassador nikki haley. ambassador, always nice to see you. >> thanks so much. breaking overnight, u.s. defense secretary, jim mattis, making an unannounced visit to
afghanistan. the trump administration is weighing sending more u.s. troops to that country. his visit comes three days after a taliban attack on a northern afghanistan army base. it killed at least 100 people there. kabul is the final stop on secretary mattis' six-nation tour. it was intended to bolster relationships with allies and partners. there's disturbing information coming to light in the alleged kidnapping of a tennessee teenager by her former teacher. gabe gutierrez is in colombia, tennessee. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. elizabeth thomas' hometown is grateful this nationwide manhunt is over and she is safe. now, we're getting our first insight into why her former teacher says the pair spent more than a month on the run. this morning, elizabeth thomas is being welcome home to columbia, tennessee, with signs and banners. while the sister of her accused
kidnapper, tad cummins, tells us, she talked to her brother three times this weekend. daphne quinn wants everybody to know he's not a monster. >> he's done this horrible thing that he has to pay for. but he's still my brother. and i love him. >> reporter: cummins is scheduled to be arraigned in sacramento on federal kidnapping charges. his sister says he doesn't believe he kidnapped elizabeth. >> i asked him why? why would he do this? and the answer he gave me was, she wanted to run away. and she wanted to leave. and he didn't want her to go alone. and he went with her to know she was safe. >> reporter: the 15-year-old and her former teacher were found is 2,000 miles away in a cabin in northern california, with no electricity or running water. during their 39 days on the run, the bare was caught on surveillance video at an oklahoma walmart. and police say they stayed at
cheap motels with one bed. >> she was traumatized by the whole incident, including the takedown. but she seemed to be in good health. >> reporter: daphne quinn says she does not defend or condone what her brother did. >> i think he would like to get his family back. it hasn't hit him yet that that's not going to happen. he's going to have to learn a new normal. he's got a very long, tedious road ahead of him in a place he's never been. and he's going to have to deal with it. >> reporter: elizabeth thomas' family lawyer says the 15-year-old is now in a safe location. and that she's being evaluated and treated by mental health experts. matt and savannah? >> gabe, thank you very much. let's turn to mr. roker. tell us something good about the weather. >> we've had a lot of rain down in the southeast. that's helped knock out the wildfires in florida. the bad news, is we have rain coming up the east coast. and it's going to be a big, big
soaker. rainfall amounts are going to cause flash flooding. 15 million people under some sort of flood warning or flash flood watch through the southeast. double-barrel low slowly moving up the coast. it's going to dump tons and tons of moisture. we have a flood risk, air delays and road problems, a big problem for boston, atlantic city. but the big numbers are down in the southeast. isolated areas, north carolina/south carolina border could see upwards of ten inches of rain before this sul over on tuesday. this salad? at panera, a good salad is so much more than a bowl of something green. more than an obligation to be good. more than just something you have on the side. more than just one flavor, or texture, or color. a good clean salad is so much more than green. and with panera catering, more for your event.
panera. food as it should be. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are moving in, and showers will become more likely later today. grab the rain gear. you'll need it, especially later this afternoon for philadelphia. we'll warm to 60 degrees in spite of the clouds. the suburbs, mostly cloudy, a chance of some of the scattered showers during the day. steadier rainfall late this afternoon. new jersey, 59 degrees. we've seen rain showers this morning. the wind blowing at the shore, middle 50s. into the 60s for the lehigh valley with late-day showers and rain due in for delaware. have a great day. >> and that is your latest weather. guys? >> al, thank you very much. just ahead, the stunning video of a young girl falling out of a moving van. we're going to haveoing to have on her condition and hear from the man who rushed in to help her. and another disturbing incident on a plane caught on camera. flight attendant seen ripping a stroller away from a mother. this comes in the wake of the
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what will you say? don't wait. talk to your child's doctor today. learn more at hpv.com. saw a little bit of sunshine to start with. now it's cloudy skies for the rest of the day and showers, too. scattered light showers this morning for delaware, into this afternoon. then steadier rainfall later in the day. the showers will arrive in the lehigh valley last. sunshine fades, 62 degrees in the lehigh valley. 59 in new jersey. at the shore, though, the wind will be blowing off the ocean. 55 degrees with occasional showers. the winds up to 25 miles per hour. topping out at 60 for the suburbs and philadelphia today. occasional light showers during the day. steadier rain tonight and tomorrow, steadier rain, 40s in the morning, 50s in the afternoon. in fact, a large system. it continues into wednesday morning. then wednesday afternoon, we'll get sunshine, look at the temperature. from 53 in the morning to 74 in
the afternoon. a warming trend that really gets going for thursday, friday, and saturday with highs in the 80s. going to be summer-like. a chance of showers for sunday, monday, into tuesday before we get sunshine again wednesday. good morning, everyone, i'm first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio. near the baltimore pike, travel speeds, 19 miles per hour. schuylkill westbound, eastbound heading toward the center city area. 95 southbound near gerard, starting to see the low sideline. travel speeds are in the teens. the schuylkill expressway, eastbound travel at montgomery county drive, we're set. another update in the next 25 minutes. back to the "today" show.
♪ it is 7:30. it's a monday morning, april 24th, 201. great crowd out on our plaza. rain is coming. >> is it? >> there's some sunshine. >> oh, hello. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> almost didn't notice the rain. >> there you go. let's get to stories making headlines on a monday morning. the white house is bracing for a nuclear test or missile launch from north korea. tomorrow marks the founding anniversary of the military indicate increased activity around north korea's nuclear test site. president trump spoke by phone to the leaders of china and japan this weekend to discuss the operation. and north korea will be a major
topic today, when the president holds an unprecedented meeting at the white house, with the u.n. security council. overnight, workers in new orleans began taking down the first of four confederate era landmarks across the city. this is done at night to avoid protests of supporters of the landmarks. the mayor says he is committed to taking down four more statues now that legal challenges of their removal has been overcome. an congrats to peggy whitson. she has spent the most cumulative time of space as any astronaut. whitson holds the record for most spacewalks by a woman with eight. she is the first woman to command the space station. president trump is calling whitson this morning to congr congratulate her. >> that's an incredible number of days in space. >> for any american. not just a female astronaut, but any astronaut. can you imagine connecting that call? can you hear me now? to a frightening moment in
arkansas, caught on camera. take a look. you can see a little girl fall out of the back of a moving van. it keeps going as the man who filmed it races into action. it is a scene almost unimaginable. an emt's dash cam rolling as the doors of a driving church van swing open. a 4-year-old girl, seen falling out of the back on to a highway. >> it was unbelievable. >> reporter: as the car slows down, the girl motionless. the driver and another motorist rushing to her aid. >> once i picked her up and put her in my arms, it was heartbreaking. she had a horrified look on her face. i had to not think about my family, my children, and just focus on her. >> reporter: he says he was at the right place at the right time. and is a licensed emt and volunteer firefighter. the 31-year-old would never normally move a trauma patient. but in this case, he had to make a quick decision for her safety. >> i couldn't risk further damage to her by a vehicle
hitting her or hitting one of us or any of the other bystanders on the scene. i just had to take action and get her out of that road. >> reporter: he says the driver of the bus, unaware of what happened, returned about 15 minutes later. the young girl was rushed to the hospital, where she was treated for a broken jaw and was later released, expected to make a full recovery. as an emt, he says he's trained to handle these situations. but watching it happen, right there in front of him, was still hard to take. >> nothing hurts worse or makes you stay up a night longer than dealing with a child, especially holding her in your parms you're never going to forget that image out of your head. >> reporter: he is being hailed as a hero this morning and is simply grateful for the outcome. >> i was in the right place at the right time. >> he has been in contact with the girl's family who thanked him. when you think of just a broken jaw and injures, that's
incredible. and the right guy was following. >> i don't mean to go in a weird direction here, you know how many people text and drive, imagine if he had been a distracted driver and pulled up, what could have happened. >> incredible. go over to al, the check of the weather. you have my hometown on your map. >> not the right reasons. we have fire danger out there. florida is out of the danger. but looking at the southwest. fire weather watches and red warnings. wind gusts up to 45 miles per hour. and it is bone-dry. relative humidity, 5% to 15%. we have a system working together. it's going to bring a lot of snow up into the dakotas, as the system pushes into the east, colder air behind it. a mix of rain and snow, and it makes its way into missouri, on into oklahoma, causing problems there. rest of the country, a flood threat in the southeast. sunshine flu southwestern california, and mountain
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are moving in, and showers have started in parts of the area and will become more likely later today. grab the rain gear. you'll need it especially this afternoon in philadelphia. warming to 60 in spite of the clouds. the suburbs, mostly cloudy, a chance of scattered showers during the day. steadier rainfall late this afternoon. new jersey, 59 degrees. we've seen rain showers this morning. the wind blowing up the shore, middle 50s. into the 60s for the lehigh valley with late live day showers and rain due in for delaware. have a great day. >> and that is your latest weather. >> mr. roker, thank you very much. coming up, what we're learning learning about the final days of "happy days" star erin moran. and the fellow actors who tried to reach out to help her. first, "today" exclusive. the lawyer representing the passenger who was grabbed off of the united flight. wh can i give it to you straight? that airline credit card you have... it could be better.
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incident captured on video. a female passenger, hysterically crying while holding her child on an american airlines flight, from san francisco to dallas. the woman allegedly clashing with a male flight attendant on whether she could bring her stroller onboard. >> just give me back my stroller. >> reporter: some witnesses reported that the conflict started when the flight attendant ripped the stroller away, and striking the woman. narrowly hitting her child. >> if you do that to me, i'll knock you flat. >> you stay out of this. >> reporter: not backing down, the two men got in a screaming match, nearly coming to blows. >> you try that with me. >> we all were in shock. it was a pretty -- pretty insane. i've traveled quite a bit. the lack of professionalism from that flight attendant and the fact that you have this crying woman and her two crying kids. it was a scene that was just
kind of surreal. >> reporter: in a statement, american airlines says, what we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers. we're deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident. after arriving in dallas, the airline suspended the flight atent dant and updagraded the woman for her flight to argentina. this latest zaincident coming t weeks after this famous scene on a united flight. >> what are you doing? >> reporter: passenger david dao was dragged off when he refused to give up his seat for crew members, causing a public relations fiasco. dr. dao allegedly suffered a broken nose, two broken teeth, sinus injuries and a concussion. three airport security officers were suspended and the united ceo has apologized. >> i want to apologize to our customers. again, it was a system failure across various areas.
no, there was never a consideration for firing an employee. >> reporter: the union representing american's flight a attendant is urging the public not to jump to conclusions. it appears a passenger may have threatened a flight attendant with violence and no small matter. united this morning, telling nbc news in a fresh statement, it can't apologize for the shameful way dr. dao was treated. >> that brings us to thomas dmitri who is the attorney for dr. david dao. before we ask about dr. dao, i have to ask about the woman at the center of the latest video. she contacted you. are you representing her? >> i am. >> what did she tell you? >> the video we just saw is a microcosm of the entire problem. we have a flight adttendant out of control. we have a distressed mother. we have a passenger trying to
protect that mother. but in the background, we see the pilot. and the pilot is concerned. the pilot -- when we get on an airplane, we want our pilot to be calm, cool, collected, as he takes off or she takes off into the skies. so, this is -- this is a real, real problem. and the mother told me, point-blank, her concern was her child, who almost got hit by the stroller, did not. but almost got hit by the stroller. >> did she get hit by the stroller? >> she did not. but her fright, if you will, and you hear her wailing, is because her child almost did. >> there's a big difference in that american airlines has come out immediately saying, we are sorry. this is not the way we behave. that's different than the way united handled your other high-profile case with dr. dao. how is dr. dao doing emotionally and physically? >> he's hurt. both. he's hurt. and he's of the mindset -- go
ahead. >> no, no. >> he's of the mindset, this is an example. and the american airlines incident an example of why we need fairness, dignity and being treated right. >> the reason that dr. dao video resonates with so many people is because we've all been in a seat, about to take off, and if somebody comes up to you and says you got to get out of that seat, we would react. but is there something we're not seeing? is there another piece of video, tom, that explains how this escalated to this point? >> there may be. i don't have it. i'm hoping with all of the passengers on that plane, we'll eventually have it. we're hoping that dr. dao, being taken off that plane, like a sack of potatoes, okay, is going to resonate with people. and this latest incident with american airlines will resonate with people. we live in the age of cell phone video.
so, corporations have to take heed. >> once and for all -- because we all recall that united in the initial days stated that your client, dr. dao, had been, quote, belligerent and disruptive. setting aside whether that would in any world justify what had happened, was he belligerent? was he disruptive? >> no. there's other video that does show that. he's calmly in his seat. his ticket was accepted, scanned. he boarded. he was seat belted. all the video shows him quietly saying, i want to go home. i am not getting off. and interestingly, you can't do that. after someone is in their seat, that's not the time to say, we're overbooked or we need to get an employee from point "a" to point "b." >> as united airline made you an offer or dr. dao an offer? >> no. that's not happening right now. >> how much would a face-to-face apology from the ceo of united airlines, how far would that go
with dr. dao? >> probably not very far. mr. munoz had that opportunity to publicly, first of all, apologize, and he didn't. and then, he called the dr. belligerent. then, he finally, mea culpa. so, i think we're past that stage of needing dr. munoz to say anything. >> lawsuits coming in the united and the american incident? >> i don't know about the american incident. united, yeah. >> thank you so much. we appreciate your time. >> pleasure. up next, dylan is in the orange room with a surprising reason people are talking about the chain smokers' latest concert. first on a monday m good morning! um, i got something on this, but i'm not quite sure what it is. it's jelly. definitely jelly. it's already coming out.
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for a sold-out concert in pittsburgh. the concert went smoothly, when the stage was filled with a special message. there's an issue. pittsburgh is missing the letter "h." fans were quick to call out the error. you're welcome chain smockers. it's called g-o-o-g-l-e. evan said, the only mistake you produced tonight, what an amazing concert. the chain smokers were tweeting, at least we have another chance in clevland. all eyes will be watching until the very end. >> love it. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, carson sits down with "the voice" coaches to talk about competing relationships and so much more. and we want to drop ten
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♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, remembering erin moran. erin, you went through puberty on national television. >> i did. >> new details on the final days of the "happy days" actress. how other former child stars reached out to help her, just before her death. plus, drop ten today. with summer fast approaching, dr. oz and joy bauer are here with healthy tips on how to make a plan and drop the weight. and the gang's all here. carson sits down with the coaches of "the voice," to talk season 12. who is feeling extra confident this time around? >> feels like it's going to be
the easieiest one to win for me yet. >> today, april 24th, 2017. ♪ >> we got a party here. what's happening? >> it's my 70th birthday and i'm celebrating with my daughter. [ cheers ] >> what are you doing in new york city? >> friendship weekend in new york. >> where are you ladies from? >> atlanta. >> red hatters are here. >> yeah. ♪ >> who do you want to say hello to? >> good morning to our friends and family in nebraska. >> what do you kids love? >> "today" show. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's fun. >> we're back, now. 8:00 on this monday morning. it's the 24th day of april, 2017. a little bit overcast but not
bad for a monday morning. although, al says just weight. >> it's going to open up on a great day tomorrow. >> hey, by the way, the gang is all here. we're going to update you on "today's next big thing." on friday, our winner was yair reiner from brooklyn, new york, and his splatter guard invention called the flywall. >> on saturday morning, yair got to sell his product on qvc. and that thing sold out in a matter of minutes. it's the third-straight time that's happened for our contest winners. >> the power of "today's next big thing." a lot to get through. let's start it with your news at 8:00. >> reporter: i'm kristen welker at the white house, where president trump will try to claim more victories as he approaches his first 100 days in office, vowing to revive health care and introduce a new tax plan. but the one thing he has to do, keep the government open. and it runs out of money on friday, this comes as the new
nbc news/"wall street journal" poll says 45% of americans say president trump is off to a poor start. his job approval is at 40%, the lowest for any president at the 100-day mark in the history of that poll. as for the looming deadline, congress has to pass a budget deal by friday, or else the government will shut down. a potential sticking point, republicans are looking to include funding for mr. trump's border wall in the bill. that's a nonstarter for most democrats. the white house is also reviving the efforts to repeal obamacare. but the chants schances are sli. former president barack obama will hold his first public appearance at the university of chicago. he and mr. trump haven't spoken since the inauguration. the president will host a white house visit by the u.n. security council. matt? >> all right, kristen. thank you very much. french voters rejected mainstream candidates on sunday, in the first round of their presidential election. that raises the stakes for a
dramatic faceoff coming next month. nbc's chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, is in paris on this story. richard, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. as you said, the french elections take place in two stages. the first vote was this weekend. there were 11 candidates. they got whittled down to two. and the two remaining candidates who face off against each other in two weeks couldn't be more different. the front-runner, emmanuel macron. he's 39 years old. he's an economist. he is trying to present himself as a modernizer full of energy, who is going to boost the economy here. but not radically change french society. he's facing marine le pen, who is, perhaps, his polar opposite. from the far right, anti-immigrati anti-immigration. she's considered xenophobic. many consider her being racistly nationalistic. she's modeling her campaign on donald trump. the two are close in the polls.
but in two weeks time when the french people vote for the second and final time to choose their president, it will likely be emmanuel macron. overnight, workers in new orleans took down four confederate monuments that are being removed from prominent location. the memorials were erected decades after the civil war. the new orleans mayor says after public discussion and little challenges, the landmarks do not reflect the value and diversity that gives the city its strength. they're going to be placed in historic context in museums. a baseball fan in denver went after a coveted souvenir. this guy, he knocks down his own daughter, while reaching for a foul ball at the giants/rockies game. that woman, nursing the baby under the blanket, is his wife. nobody got hurt. and apparently, there were no hard feelings. the daughter went back to get her dad's sunglasses. guys get funny when they're at
the fly ball. >> that's supposed to be a feel-good story. >> he wasn't going for the ball. he was trying to protect his daughter and his wife. >> let's see again. with the mitt. >> he wanted to make sure nobody got hit. >> yeah. >> i don't think guys see anything but the ball when it's coming. >> he could have been racing for a beer across the aisle, as well. coming up next, a new message from richard simmons as he returns home after that stay in the hospital. then, summer starts in eight weeks. are you ready? dr. oz and joy bauer are going to get you motivated for swimsuit season, and drop ten pounds by june 21st. and the best of broadway on the plaza, with live performances all week
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when it comes to cooking, all of us here have different skill levels. do we not? al, master of the kitchen. >> master of his domain. >> i'm out. >> no matter what your culinary capability is, we have to have food handled safely. "the washington post" gives us a quiz. true or false, it's okay to rinse raw meat, poultry and eggs. true or false? >> it's okay. >> you should rinse raw meat. >> i don't think so. >> i don't think so. >> false has it. i would have been with true, too. >> thank you. >> it makes a bigg eger mess. >> rinsing can spread bacteria to your sink, countertop and other surfaces. did everything hear that? next question. frozen shrimp is good for up to 18 months. in the freezer. >> yeah, in the freezer. >> for 18 on the counter.
>> i'm going no. >> i think that too long. >> i think it's fine. >> true. true. with no further explanation. but keep it in the freezer, dylan. >> don't mind the freezer burn. >> washing produce with soap kills germs? >> no. >> that can't be right. >> yeah, false. that's right. just clean running water. soap can linger on foods. and finally, processed cheeses -- and who doesn't love processed cheese. >> are we talking velveeta here? >> processed cheeses are safe to eat if they're held above 40 degrees for more than two hours. >> oh, don't. >> open? >> they have preservatives in those things. >> i say yes. >> i say no. >> hoed da is right. >> my mom would make me cheese sandwiches in my lunchbox for hours. >> cheese sandwich and
mayonnai mayonnaise. >> they sound some velveeta in an egyptian tomb. changing subjects dramatically. we know kids may look up to athletes. they're role models. this is a sweet story. atlanta falcons wide receiver mohammed sanu, was on an airplane recently. the family sitting behund him recognized him. they have a 10-year-old son. after the flight, they wrote the nfl player a letter. and he shared it on twitter. here's part of what it said. you don't know us, but we want to thank you. our son sat on this flight and watched you. he saw you studying your plays. he watched you make healthy choices with your snacks, your food and your drink. and he watched how polite you were to everyone. you're an inspiration to children. and for that, you should be proud. >> oh, my gosh. >> wow. >> i love that he did it. and i love that they wrote. that's really cool. >> write a letter. >> a different kind of airline story than we've been telling lately. >> seriously. >> it made him very, very proud,
indeed. >> i love that. dylan, let's get pop start." >> let's start off with the royals. prince william, duchess kate and prince harry attended the london marathon on sunday. they met runners and gave them a royal sendoff. the three kicked off the race, will, kate and harry cheered on runners along the route and handed out water battles. that kindness backfired when a runner flashed the future king. check out his reaction. the photos went viral. and will and kate laughed it off. here's prince harry dancing with a baby because we always have to see him dancing with a baby. >> can't go wrong. >> that young man back from vacation. now, to richard simmons. the fitness icon shared a message with fans after returning home from the hospital. he had experienced severe indigestion last week. simmons wrote, i hope you're having a beautiful sunday. i want to send a thank you to
the wonderful doctors, nurses and staff during my short stay there this week. they make you feel good even though you're in the hospital for feeling bad. he thanked police officers, firefighters and our military for keeping everyone protected. aerowe' and we're wishing him the best. and jennifer lopez opens up to ellen about her relationship with former baseball player with alex rodriguez. revealing how they started dating. j. lo said they met years ago. after he moved to l.a., she ran into him at a restaurant. >> i saw him walk by. but i felt like patting him on the shoulder and saying hi. hi, alex. he was like, hi, jennifer? yeah. that was it. he texted me. let's go out to dinner. >> what did you have then? >> oh. i'm going to kill you. i don't remember what we had for dinner. but we had a nice dinner. >> and a sleepover? >> no.
momma doesn't sleep over on the first date. >> good for you. that's fantastic. good. i do. >> trying to get all of the detail there's. her kids, also joined in. they're now 9 years old. they had fun with ellen, too. finally to "the voice" on "today." carson was in l.a. getting ready for the live coaches. he sat down with the coaches. ♪ >> blake, you've been here since the beginning. you've won five times. all of the coaches, what does season 12 feel like to you? >> it feels like it will be the easiest one to win for me yet. ♪ don't go chasing waterfalls." >> i think we have a lot of expect for each other. even though i think adam looks stupid. >> why do you feel like with his change of his hair color, you
have an instant in. >> i feel like he does that so i do. >> what is on your head? exactly? >> fathered a beautiful dusty rose. has being a father changed at all what it's like to be at work? >> i think the show gave me a better work ethic, when i sta started doing it and having a successful show. it was more closely resembled a real job. i mean, it's still not a real job. but it's closer than being a musician. being a dad made me really happy. >> what's the second time on the show been like? >> the second season is better than the first. i was so crazy the first one. i didn't know what was coming. how to handle it. what to do. there was just an assault of all of my emotions. this time, i feel similarly. i feel as passionate. but i do have a sense of what to do. >> gwen, your life has been a rollercoaster. more recently, especially since you've been on this show. >> yes. >> how is coming to work every
day with these incredible people around you? how has that helped you find center line? >> each season has been completely different emotionally for me. first season, i had a brand-new baby. and i had never done something like this before. second season was like, everybody knows, had a crazy season. i can't believe i get to come back. i love being here so much. >> has america's insatiable appetite for your situation calmed down? >> i hope so. please, i hope so. >> it got to a really crazy point. you think it's mellowed out since you're on the air and you're together? >> i don't think it'sreally. i mean, i don't think we pay attention to it at all. we're numb to it. anytime you see a story about us, it's a fake relationship or we're already married or she's on her second set of twins. you know, i'm sneaking behind her back to eat meat. i eat meat right in front of her face every day. >> every one of those things is
true. >> in people's defense, i think it's harold for peop ee's hard their head around why gwen would want to be with me. i don't blame them. >> you're crazy. >> you can catch "the voice," live here on nbc. >> my man. >> blake is my sfipirit animal. >> mine, too. >> that's right. >> you named your dog after blake. okay. game, set, match. >> and haley. mr. roker? >> we have a lot of rain to talk about, in charleston, the carolinas. in fact, there's been reports of street flooding already and some water rescues in charleston, south carolina. rainfall amounts, one to two inches per hour. this is heavy stuff. between now and tomorrow, about an inch from boston, all the way down into the mid-atlantic states. as you get in the carolinas, we're talking some places six to ten inches of rain.
rest of the country today, more heavy rain moving into the pacific northwest. mountain snows, back through the northern and western plains. plenty of sunshine flu the southwest. but high fire danger because of gusty winds and very low humidity and sunshine from the great lakes down to the gulf and up into the northeast and new england. that's what's going on around the country. s re's what'happening in your . good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are moving in, and showers have already started parts of the area become even more likely later today. grab your rain gear. you'll need it, especially later this afternoon for philadelphia. we warm to 60 degrees. steady rainfall late this afternoon. new jersey, 59 degrees. rain showers this morning. the wind blowing at the shore, middle 50s. into the 60s for the lehigh valley with late-day showers and rain due in for delaware. have a great day. >> all right. al, thank you very much. now, the latest on sad news from hollywood.
56-year-old erin moran, the child star that play eed joanie cunningham on "happy days" and "joanie loves chachi" died over the weekend. >> here's nbc's joe fryer. >> reporter: these were the happiest of days. >> if i get my head chopped off, richie cunningham, i'm going to tell mom on you. >> reporter: in january 1974, america was introduced to the fonz. richie and the entire cunningham family, the littlest of whom, 13-year-old joanie, was played by erin moran. >> i better bring a lot of barf bags. >> reporter: for ten years on tuesday nights "happy days" was appointment tv. the cast part of americana. they reunited on "today" in 2007. >> you went through puberty on national television. >> i did. >> nobody wants to do that. >> i didn't. but it was just so much fun with these guys. >> reporter: the show was so
popular, it spawned at least three spin-offs, including "joanie loves chachi," with bai. at 22 years old, no one suspected that moran had reached the apex of her career. appearing only sporadic in front of the camera after 1983. in 2010, she moved to indiana with her second husband, reportedly living in a trailer park with her mother-in-law. her name popping up in tabloids about headlines about the fallen child star. her tv appearances now relegated to reality shows like "celebrity fit club." moran says she was working on a memoir titled "happy days, depressing nights." after news of her death, paul peterson posted this on facebook. at least half a dozen formers were actively reaching out to erin in the last week of her
life. we did our best with the resources available to us but it was a very dark room. some don't find the light switch in time. moran was just 56. her on-screen mom, marion ross, remembering her as family. >> erin was always accessible to me, call me. treat me like i was her mother. >> reporter: but acknowledged erin kept troubles hidden. >> if she was in trouble, we would be the last to know. >> reporter: the fonz, henry winkler, told nbc, i will remember erin with her sweet smile. she will always be locked in my heart. on-screen brother, ron howard, tweeted, such sad, sad, news. r.i.p. erin. i'll remember you on our show, making scenes better, getting laughs and lighting up tv screens. fondly remembering erin moran from the happier days. for "today", joe fryer, nbc news. >> that is sad news. we have happier news right now. we can congratulate great people
in the studio this morning. this year's new york women in communication scholarship winners. >> they are being recognized today at the matrix award. also, we should point out they honored today, a big honor, our own savannah guthrie. >> the fact they're students, they're impressive. >> tim calher, the president for the scholarship. and jasmine k. is a scholarship winner. why is it so important to recognize these women? >> this is the next generation of the communication industry overall. and they are incredibly impressive. so, not only do we help them further their education, but we help them enter into the profession. once they're here. >> jasmine is so impressive. she is already in the profession. correct? >> yes. >> you're going blogging for "the huffington post." what's your big dream? >> absolutely. i think every voice is so valuable. i would love to take from my experiences in public service
and engagement and merge it with communications and media. i think that's a great opportunity. that's why i'm thank you for empowering myself and the other scholarship winners to use our voices. >> that's great. >> kim, it's not easy to get one of these. not easy to be one of these people. and a bunch of people are being honored. katie's emceeing. what criteria do you have to get? >> this honor goes to women who have reached the pinnacle of their career. not only women that made a difference in the communication industry but women that can make a difference in the world. >> it's my honor about savannah. my speech is about 11 or 12 minutes. you have time for that? >> two. >> i have to do some editing. >> don't edit. you'll find time. >> jasmine, congratulations. >> congratulations. coming up, dr. oz and joy bauer. losing ten pounds by summer. first, your local news.
nbc 10 breaking news. >> breaking news out of southwest philadelphia. a teenager shot in the eye. sky 4's 10 is live over the scene on lindberg boulevard. this just happened within the last 15 minutes. that victim is a 17-year-old boy. we're told he was shot in the left eye, and rushed to children's hospital of philadelphia. the teen is listed in critical condition right now. police are still investigating, as you can see. they are on the front porch of that home. be sure to tap the nbc 10 app for updates and stay with us on-air for more details as we learn them. let's get to first alert meteorologist bill henley with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> clouds are moving in, and showers have already started in parts of the area, becoming even more likely later today. so grab your rain gear.
you'll definitely need it. especially later this afternoon for philadelphia. we'll warm to 60 degrees in spite of the clouds. scattered showers during the day. steadier rainfall later this afternoon. new jersey, 59 degrees. the wind blowing at the shore, middle 50s. into the 60s for the lehigh valley with late-day showers and rain due in for delaware. now a check on traffic with francessca ruscio. >> take a look at this. a little slow going along route 29 for the schuylkill. take a look at this, it's going to take you 22 minutes. our camera focusing on eastbound traffic at trooper road. we're looking at an accident on south gulf road and brooks road ve very. very slow-going. >> another update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 news app. the "today" show continues next.
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♪ it is 8:30. it is a monday morning. 24th of april, 2017. great crowd out on our plaza. the sun is sort of shining. that reminds us, this summer is upon us. as matt likes to call it, bikini season for him. >> thank you. >> we all want to get in shape. dr. oz and joy bauer are here. they will help us lose ten pounds by memorial day. >> and it's very reasonable. the ideas are coming up with
nothing dramatic. >> a pound a day? >> no, a little more than a pound a week. >> a pound a week. >> that was unreasonable. >> that's aggressive. then, the hottest way to cook your look up. we're talking false eyelashes. bobby thomas is going thoo help you get in on that trend. >> and the cast of "amelie" will treat us to a live performance. >> keep the umbrellas out. let's show what we have doing. the flood risk for the mid-atlantic, and mountain snows out west, fire threat through the southwest, sunshine, great lakes and the gulf. the midweek period, rainy, cool. look for strong storms in the mid mississippi river vaulley. more rain and snow in the pacific northwest and the plains. friday, warming up in the east. spring snow in the rockies. wet weather in the pacific nortest, hot and dry in thhwe good morning.
i'll meteorologist bill henley. clouds are moving in, and showers have already started parts in the area, become even more likely later today. grab your rain gear. you definitely need it, especially later this afternoon for philadelphia. we'll warm to 60 degrees in spite of the clouds. the suburbs, mostly cloudy, a chance of some scattered showers during the day. steadier rainfall late this afternoon. new jersey, 59 degrees. we have seen some rain showers this morning. the wind blowing at the shore. middle 50s. into the 60s for the lehigh valley, with late-day showers and rain due in for delaware. >> got the red hat ladies here. where are you from? >> connecticut. >> and you're from georgia. >> nice to see everybody. lovely looking group. i love those hats. >> thank you. >> that's what's going on. let's go back inside. >> al, thank you very much. now, to a start of a special series, "drop 10 today." that's different than drop and give me ten today. with summer eight weeks away, this is a great time to get healthy and lose weight to look and feel your best.
here's the tools you need, including a detailed meal plan. joe bauer and dr. mehmet oz. we're glad we made this point. a lot of people say, i want to lose weight because i want to look good in a bathing suit. let's not forget the health benefits here. >> if you want to turn back your diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, losing just a few pounds makes a dramatic difference. before you lose the weight, your body can tell you're heading in the right direction. and all your numbers start to improve. >> a lot of people start to play the game, what's more important, diet or exercise? would you dare to answer that question? >> it's clear. you lose weight by eating wiser. the things that joy is going to talk about. you maintain the weight loss, with physical activity. you want a little bit of muscle-building work. but don't get bulky. we made a seven-minute yoga video. >> superfun. >> for beginners?
>> it's for beginners. very straightforward. it's right now on your facebook page. on the website, mine, as well. the beauty is that you can't make an excuse. everybody sitting at home has acknowledged you have seven minutes. do it when you get up. i did it. i hope you did yours, as well. >> i did. >> when you lose. one pound to two pounds a week is a rational amount to work. her plan makes sense. >> set reasonable goals and you have a better chance of success. >> that's right. >> let's talk about the "drop 10 today" food plan. what's on it? >> it's an effective and safe plan to enable people to lose ten pounds fast. and you're not going to be eating rabbit food. you'll eat things like pancakes and burgers and chicken parmesan. all of the meals are designed to keep you energized and your
palate satisfied. we talk about breakfast. i've given everybody a whole bunch of options for all three meal categories. and their job is to mix and match one breakfast with one lunch with one dinner and one to two snacks every day. you can make the plan your own. you mix and match. >> you're not going to be hungry. >> there's a lot of food. >> this is a suggested breakfast here? >> yes. breakfast is 300ry calories. and every option has at least ten grams of filling protein and four grams of fiber. this is a hot trendy avocado and egg toast. and you get a fruit on the side. >> a lot of people wouldn't eat that because of the bread. i don't want the carbs. >> carbs are in. carb are on this plan. these are apple protein pancakes. supereasy to whip together. and not a drop of added sugar.
>> there's a lot of different kinds of carbs. >> there's good and bad carbs. don't get stuck in the old-fashioned way of think ing. your body wants that. you have picked the healthiest of each option. it just tastes so good. >> this is a greek yogurt parfait. this is our peanut butter banana sus sushi. i roll the banana. and sprinkle on strawberries. >> that is good. >> and nobody has to count calories. don't have to count fat grams or carbs. i promise you, this plan works. >> i mentioned the beverage is important. >> these are my beverage boosters. coffee or tea. if you start your morning with a cup filled with antioxidants and a little caffeine, it gives you the oomph, to power through the
day. >> you were telling me my latte in the morning was a thing of the past. >> you can have an option, the splash of milk. but no sugar. that's my only request. >> i can live with that. guys, healthy, sensible, let's see how people do over the next eight weeks. >> eight weeks. this will get the job done. and everything is on the website. >> we're here tomorrow and wednesday. tomorrow morning, before you watch us, do the seven-minute workout. it's free, easy, fun. set your agaenda for the day. >> thank you very much. they will be back to talk about lunch tomorrow and today on "the dr. oz show." >> that's right. >> i think there was a yoga video. >> find out more about their plan at today.com. and keep us posted on your progress. get to us on #drop10today. up next, the secrets to an ey eye-catching look. first, on a
and we're back with "today style." this morning, the season's must-have for your face. long, look at me lashes. they're back in vogue, thanks to celebrities like kylie jenner, selena gomez, and eva longoria. and the secret is eyelash extensions. is it just that the celebs now are starting to talk about extensions that we're kind of putting a spotlight on it? >> celebrities add a spotlight. but from the runways to celebrities, like alicia keys to have a no-makeup look, it's not as easy as that. there's a little work involved. enhancing natural things like your lashes can go a long ways so you don't need makeup. >> let's talk old-school. you see some of these in the drugstore. >> and we're going to tell everyone at home. drugstore lashes have come such
a long way. and i have tips for you if you're going to the drugstore and you're afraid of what to buy. there's one tip to look for. if you get a blunt edge, that will look heavier and unnatural. you want something that looks flaired and tapers. our own eyelashes grow in cycles. that's a clear indication of a falsey, that is the blunt edge. i apply my lashes underneath. i glue them, so when i look down, you don't see them. >> these, you get the glue and stick them on. >> look for a band that's clear. if you get a tight shot. one side has a black band. and this side is a clear band. when you pick up the black band, and you f you apply it crookedly, you will see.
>> ways to stick stuff on. >> when it comes to glue, beware if you have a latex allergy. another tip, i have a graphic. you go apply the glue to the lash, don't apply it on top of the band the way most people do. apply it to the underside at the base of the lashes. that's the part that's going to sit on your lash. that's an easier way to get it to stick. >> can a regular person put them on properly? >> yes. >> what is that? >> this is called a fish-tail tweezer. this allows you, without using tweezers. to press the lashes into your natural one. >> if you like the individuals, not the big band. >> just little strip, flirt cosmetics, it cranks out, if you get really close. it cranks out miniindividual
strips. >> mary puts them on. i don't know what you are talking about here. but they're magnetically applied? >> yes. teeny tiny magnet strips. this is one-two cosmetics. you see the little black lines are magnets along the strip. >> what's it tisticking to. >> sarah is great at applying these. she just applied the bottom piece and she's done. this is a revolutionary idea. you have to experiment to get the hang of it. but know that certain eye shapes, you know, are going to require a little more work. >> i think it's time to go to the professionals. this is if you want to get eyelash extensions. who do we have here? >> this is courtney. she is between new york and dallas, very in demand. she has girls showing up every couple weeks to get maintenance. but let's talk about a full set. here we have on careen. she has one of her eyes done.
take a look. >> you're doing an eyelash extension, right? >> right. >> what does that mean, actually? >> it's individual, one-by-one, to attach one, and there's a new technique that you can put two to six lightweight lashes on one lash. it's very lightweight, very safe. >> if you have to guess, how many lashes are on careen's eye? 200? >> i would say 5,000. there's a lot. >> how many did you apply? >> i applied the very fine ones to each individual lash. they kind of cluster out to lightweight. there's a lot of lashes. but they're all individually separated so that each lash is separated. so, it doesn't cause damage. >> how much 'caudoes it cost? >> $99 for a full set and up. and you must seek out a licensed professional. you're dealing with an eye area. >> how often do you do this? >> this will last the natural
if you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, help is available. visit pa.gov/opioids for resources and information on substance abuse. for treatment options, call 1-800-662-help. paid for with pennsylvania taxpayer dollars. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> this is one of the best weeks of the year because it is our best of broadway week. the cast of popular shows will be performing in our plaza all week long. we start with a great one, "amelie." based on the oscar-nominated movie, it's based on a woman with a large imagination. she's on a mission to spread random acts of kindness.
good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. >> so, you are in this. this is the star of the show. have you seen the movie? did you really? is this something you loved? did you imagine it could be a musical? >> i loved the movie when i was a young lady. i'm grateful that i get to play in character that i love so much growing up. >> a lot of people are going to recognize you because you had a little part right before this. in "hamilton." you played alexander hamilton's wife. what was that whole experience like for you? i mean, it's possibly the biggest broadway show ever. and you were right in the middle of that. >> it was incredible. what's more incredible is it just opened my eyes to how amazing this broadway community is. it's tight knit and it's a beautiful thing to be a part of. >> you had a big role there. now, you're the star. you carry the show. is that nerve-racking? >> sometimes. >> what do -- you're going to do a medley. two songs? >> a medley of "times are hard
for dreamers" mashed up with "tour de france." >> take this away. the cast of "amelie." ♪ they say times are hard for dreamers ♪ ♪ but they won't be hard for me ♪ ♪ i've saved up everything i know ♪ ♪ take that step beyond the lawn ♪ ♪ keep bucking until i see the station ♪ ♪ let them see it grow ♪ and paris opens like a door it snlt whisn't what i have ♪ ♪ it's what i have in store
♪ ♪ sir man, a hand man, can i take your cane ♪ ♪ careful of the curb here we go ♪ ♪ put down your cup listen to the squeak of the bakery cart ♪ ♪ leaving the trail of bread crumbs ♪ ♪ do you hear the laugh from the priest ♪ ♪ he has crinkly eyes looking through the glass ♪ ♪ at the feast in the grocery window ♪ ♪ there's a display that is lemon ices ♪ ♪ as children walk out the door holding sweet lemon ices ♪ ♪ sweet lemon ices
♪ what was that an envelope opens ♪ ♪ a can in a hallway a filament flashes ♪ ♪ and there goes a hat thrown in the air ♪ ♪ thrown in the air i can feel every stranger in paris ♪ ♪ just waiting to collide how a heart can hold like a bowl ♪ ♪ as we circle each other then crashing together ♪ ♪ we end up open wide ♪ here where the bus is stopped ♪ ♪ you can find a key and also staples and glue ♪
♪ now, the barbershop now the lawn dra mat and the metro ♪ >> dell me your name. >> good-bye, thank you. ♪ ♪ ♪ i can see everything clearly now ♪ ♪ from here [ cheers and applause ] >> philippa soo and the cast of "amelie" on broadway right now. this is "today" on nbc. ♪ congressman macarthur promised to protect our health care.
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all right. we're back. time for birthday wishes. al had to run. dylan, it's up to you. >> nothing to do with birthdays why he had to run. >> we have a special treat. all of our smucker's celebrants are sharing their secrets. zelda dennis of holly, colorado. her secret to jong jefty is lots and lots of coffee. marcus ashley jr. is sell prating 100 years. his secret is plain and simple, hard work. happy 100th birthday to irma williams. she eats corn flakes and a banana for breakfast each morning and says that's the secret.
edna weirs is 104 years old. she says chocolate covered cherries are the secret to living a long life. >> now, we're getting somewhere. >> yvette bostwick is 100 years old. her secret to longevity, eating peanut m&ms every day. and happy birthday to joseph haenn. he exercises every morning and believes that's the real secret to longevity. so, we're back to that again. if you know someone celebrating a milestone birthday or anniversa anniversary, tell us about them at today.com/celebrates. >> do you have one secret? one thing that you think keeps you healthy in life? >> i sleep a lot. >> even now? >> calvin is a good sleeper at night. i get my seven or eight hours at night. >> what do you do? >> maybe exercise. >> exercise, not for me. >> ice cream? >> i think ice cream. sweets. coming up, alfonso ribeiro
will co-host the third hour of "today." >> first, monday morning, a check of local news and weather. nbc 10 news starts now. >> time now, 8:56. right to first alert meteorologist, bill henley with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> cloudy and cool day to start with. we will warm to 60 degrees in philadelphia. but occasional showers this morning and this afternoon. they'll be light and scattered. at the shore, the temperatures held back with a gusty wind. 55 degrees while inland, closer to 60.
seeing scattered showers this morning and more likely later this afternoon. any sunshine fades in the lehigh valley. late-day showers. in delaware, 58 degrees with showers during the day and steadier rainfall this afternoon and tonight. now a check on traffic with first alert traffic reporter, francessca ruscio. >> schuylkill expressway, travel speeds, 15 minutes from the vine towards the blue route. eastbound, a little slower. our camera looking at traffic near spring garden street for the most part. again, coming toward the western suburbs, you may run into some delays. looking at an accident in cheltenham. so far, no reported problems or delays. and 95 travel speeds still slow in the southbound side. erin, back over to you. we continue to follow breaking news out of southwest philadelphia. a teenager shot in the eye, just a short time ago along lindberg boulevard. the victim is a 17-year-old boy. we're told that he was shot in the left eye and rushed to children's hospital of
philadelphia. the teen is listed in critical condition. be sure to tap the nbc 10 app for updates and stay with us on-air for more details as we get them. today defense lawyers may argue that eric frein's father could be to blame for the cop killer's actions. the jury that convicted frein of killing one pennsylvania state trooper and wounding another in 2014 is deciding if he should live or die. even though there is a moratorium on the death penalty. another update in 25 minutes.
this morning on "today's take," actor, singer and dancer alfonso ribeiro. and blake lively and jessica chastain. and dr. oz reveals three steps to jump-start your weight loss. coming up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today" on this monday morning. happy monday to you. april 24th, 2017. we are listening to "bad man" by pitbull. sheinelle, alongside dylan. al had to leave early.
keeping us company is alfonso ribei ribeiro. >> i'm so excited. >> very nice to meet you guys. we met a couple -- >> an hour ago. now, we're all bestties. >> we're bringing, you know, love and happiness to you at home. >> did you say, loud and lovable? >> lovable and loud. >> whatever works. >> lots of energy. and you're not going to have a problem hearing me. >> it ea's interesting. you made headlines when you posted this epic instagram photo. what's the story here? are we getting new "fresh prince" episodes? >> god no. >> wrong answer. can we start over? >> it's not possible. karen parsons who played hillary on the show has a wonderful charity called sweet blackberry. and she auctioned off a lunch with the "fresh prince" cast. wonderful family from england actually bought it and flew over to l.a. and we just had a lunch. and so, we had taken that, you
know, picture of just us together. >> that's a long flight for lunch. >> you know, there was a good lunch. it was a good lunch. >> totally worth it. >> no booze. really good. >> when you win an auction like that, they fan a little bit. and then, do they try to get to know you? how does that work? >> the ones that i've done, typically, everybody seems to be fun and cool and, like, they're so excited. this family was really kind of just like in that, like, oh, my god, mode. like, i don't know what to say. so, we were kind of -- we're so good at recognizing that, that we continued to engage and warm them up. and by the end, they were just, you know, loving it and happy. >> the wine was flowing. >> there wasn't a lot of alcohol there. >> no? >> it was -- they were very -- they were a sweet couple. and i actually hooked them up with -- they were going to see "the big bang theory" the next
day. i am good friends with kunal. here's the information. he will take care of you. they were wonderful. >> you hooked them up, too. >> yeah. we get together. and the reason why i always say we'll never really do any episodes again, is simply -- >> you seem so sure. >> yeah. the show doesn't work without james avery. >> fair enough. >> and with his passing, it just felt like, that was the final, like, nah. you know, this is -- he was the base. >> fair enough. >> you have music and it's just all treble. >> all about that bass. >> the reruns are on all the time. so, in the middle of the day, when you hit the dead spot when there's nothing to watch, i put "fresh prince" on. >> the way you said it, so, there was nothing else on and you watched us? >> no. >> like, it kind of hurt but felt good. >> when you spin it that way -- it's glass half-full. >> i see that.
it's a guaranteed that it's on. >> and to me, i get the ones where people are like -- it was 2:00 in the morning and i came home from a club. so, i watched you until 4:00. dude, sleep. go to sleep. >> you know, it holds a special place in all of our hearts. you were part of something magic. >> same here. >> how about the magic feat? >> magic feet? >> "dancing with the stars." you were recently on there, right? >> it was really interesting. the casting director, producer, dina katz called me one day and said, we want to do something we've never done. it's disney night. they've never done an opening number to a song that's never been done. they wrote a song specifically for this and had me come and sing it. >> you sing. >> and singing it live, which was, you know, always difficult to do, when you're having to do it live, you know. >> and dancing around. >> and dancing and have your breath and make sure it sounds good. yeah.
we were really happy. they seemed happy. i fotold you earlier, i'm critil of myself. >> he's a perfectionist. >> there was one flat note. >> it was perfect. >> i was flat once. >> you will never let yourself live it down. >> it was perfect. >> if it isn't 100% perfect, i'm like -- >> you're you. >> that's why you keep getting better and better because you're hard on yourself. >> you keep working. you work -- i work really hard to make myself happy. right? and most people talk about, like, you know, the fans and all that. i've always said if i do something to make me happy, like, if i'm acting, if i'm singing, i'm dancing and i do it for me, and i'm happy, then i feel like the audience will be happy. >> you're hosting a show where the job is to be happy and everybody laughs like "america's
funniest home videos." >> i'm happy. that job is the perfect job. i go to work every day and i laugh. every day. laughing at the people. they're wonderful people that send in videos. and you get to laugh at them. >> have you seen some of them, the ones we have prepared? >> i've seen all of the videos. yeah. we have this adorable baby playing with a cute little toy. right? >> you know that's the dog's toy right? >> right? that face. now, we have this husband going only halfway. he opens the garage door halfway for his wife, as they are coming into the garage. to me, this is hysterical because -- >> my gosh. >> two things there. two things. o one, why didn't he open it the
whole way? and, two, why didn't she open her eyes? >> oh. >> she walks in, like, what? why did you -- like it was his fault. >> i wonder who sent in the video, him or her? >> i guess a good question. i don't remember. i think it was probably him. >> they never get old. i don't know what it is about all of us, we like to watch somebody get bonked in the head. >> it's funny. it's funny to watch. it doesn't matter -- we've seen those videos 100 times. but every time you laugh. right? and i've seen those videos 50 times. i'm still laughing at them. >> when i was younger, when i would hurt myself, one time, i jumped up on a piece of wood and there was a nail sticking out. and my dad initially just started laughing at me. >> right. >> i laugh and i don't cry and i don't freak out. humor makes it all better. >> and it's funny to watch people get hurt. as long as someone doesn't get really hurt. >> exactly.
>> that's important. >> yes. we have the american airlines incident, right? >> yes. the latest incident, of course. it was the shocking video. everybody has cell phone video now. it involved a flight attendant and the passengers. and the video emerged this weekend. and it was a woman holding a baby, who was hysterically crying after a clash with a flight attendant onboard. some witnesses released the content when the stroller was ripped away from her. it narrowly misses the child. and another passenger tried to intervene. >> just give me back my stroller, please. >> hey, bud. hey, bud. you do that to me and i'll knock you flat. >> you stay out of this. >> oh, my goodness. here's the thing, there was so much talk. was it just last week? was the united incident just last week? >> a couple weeks now. >> it's interesting that here we are again. all of the flights have been on
in the meantime before this one, i found that the flight attendants in some ways are extra nice. and people are just aware. and everybody kind of knows it's bubbling. >> since then. >> since then. every flight is like, me coming here, i flew from l.a. yesterday. and i was on american. >> okay. >> and like, it happened to be delayed. it was something that happened. we had to go back to the gate. and the pilot came out of the cockpit and had this amazing, calm voice. and was like, hey, everybody, i just want you to know we have a little delay. but i really appreciate everybody's patience. and it was like, he just automatically calmed everybody down. >> diffused the situation. >> and to be honest with you, it's like, round of applause. >> i agree with you. >> thank you for finally doing that, making us feel objection on a flight. >> and in this case, american jumped in very quickly. in fact, there's a statement. american airlines says, what we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers.
we are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other passengers affected by the incident. after arriving in dallas, the airline suspended the flight attendant, upgraded the woman to first class, offering her a $1,000 travel voucher. that's how, now, i any they handle it quickly. >> they should. >> you look at social media. and you say, you know, there's great things and bad things about social media and about everything happens in the world is being exposed. but it's accountability. right? and in your personal life, i'm like, that's not okay. but when you're talking about a business, you're talking about a flight attendant whose job is customer care. and they act that way, they should be accountable. should be held accountable. and i love the fact people are, like, ha ha. >> cell phones everywhere. can't do anything. >> in a statement, the union representing the airlines flight attendants urges the public not to jump to conclusions. it appears another passenger may
have threatened a flight att attendant with violence, which is a violation of law and no small matter. you get it quickly. >> sometimes, you know, regardless of the circumstance, i -- round of applause for the passenger. even though legally, he was in the wrong of standing up and threatening. it's like, yo, dude. do not do that to people. there's no reason to ever grab anything out of a woman's hand. you just don't do it. no reason to do that. if reality, if he had done that to him in the street -- different game, player. can we end on a happy story? >> kenny g. still has the curls. saxophonist kenny g. aboard a flight leaving tampa. a woman next to him was trying to raise money for a cancer charity. >> what does kenny g. do? he whips out the saxophone and plays an impromptu concert mid flight. he collected more than $2,000
for charity. >> that's kenny g. he's the best. i play golf with kenny a bunch. he's a great golfer. >> does he bring the sax on the golf course? >> we have a rule. no music on the golf course. allow me to sleep. coming up, get ready. we're about to make a slash with a huge announcement. >> ooh. >> and you have a chance to win big. don't go away or you will miss it. at petsmart, we love all pets like these guys, zoe and bo. they eat natural balance pet food. the limited ingredient diets help support healthy digestion are made from a single animal protein source and they offer grain-free varieties. right now at petsmart spend $50 on any natural balance product and save $10 on your next natural balance purchase so they can feel as good as they look. and when you buy any bag of dog or cat food we give a meal to a pet in need. it's that simple. petsmart - for the love of pets. game night is our daughter allie's favorite night.
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we're getting fancy. back with more of "today's take" and our guest co-host. we're having fun already, alfonso ribeiro. >> i'm going to do it, too. >> would you like to explain? >> this is off. >> yes. it didn't working. >> this is all part of a huge announcement we're making this morning. we're taking the show on the road. and to the water, for the grand opening of our sister company universal orlando's first water park, volcano bay. volcano bay. >> nice. >> they're throwing stuff at us. >> this is why it's so good. >> this is fun. >> tell us about volcano bay. >> it has 18 incredible attractions. and it's going to introduce a new system that means you will never have to wait in line. it's a wristband that lets you check out at rides, until the wristband alerts you it's time to go down the slide. >> it's like eating at a
restaurant. >> it's waterproof. you can play and do something else while you're waiting. there's a conveyor belt that will take the rafts up to the top of the rides for you. >> you don't have to knock over a little kid on the way up to the top of the ride. i normally do that. >> the double-tube -- >> i do that with the kids on purpose. >> really? >> trying to get to the ride first. you can come with us to volcano bay to experience it all. head to today.com where you and your family can win four tickets to the grand opening of the park, including airfare and hotel stay at the on-site cabana beach resort. >> y'all are going to do a tapeling. and the winner gets to do a taping poolside at the grand opening on thursday, may 25th. that's what i want to do. i want to come and win and get to host with y'all. >> if you ask -- >> at the pool. >> just come. >> i think you're that guy walking by the pool by himself. >> hey, guys. can i go to the top of the water
slide? >> sipping your drink. >> that's going to be awesome. >> yes. >> got good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are moving in, and showers have already started in parts of the area, becoming more likely later today. so grab your rain gear. you'll definitely need it. especially later this afternoon for philadelphia. we'll warm to 60 degrees in spite of the clouds. the suburbs, mostly cloudy, a chance of some scattered showers during the day. steadier rainfall late this afternoon. new jersey, 59 degrees, we have seen rain showers this morning. the wind blowing at the shore, middle 50s. into the 60s for the lehigh valley with late-day showers and rain due in for delaware. have a great day. >> that's your latest forecast. >> we're having too much fun. up next, swimsuit season is just five weeks away. i shouldn't say it that way. >> i feel good about it. >> do you? >> dr. oz is going to help us feel good about it. to show you to kick-start your metabolism mmm, you know what that needs?
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off with a glass of water. put a bit of lemon in it. this came from the ancient lor of india. it simulating you're digestive fluids to get going. >> i wondered if that was true. >> is the ice important? >> i drink it warm. ice water is separately valuable because it forces your body to warm it up. that consumes calories. the key here is the water with some lemon juice in here. next, speaking of beverages, coffee is one of the great tools. supersource of antioxidants. and you won't get as hungry if you have coffee. if you're smart, you put a little coconut oil in there. bullet-proof coffee. and techniques like that help you stay saysuated. it helps boost your metabolism. the beauty of avocado with egg to cooked in it. if you have protein, it wastes energy digesting protein.
that's good for you. you don't put it on your hips as fat. and the fat keeps you full all day long. if you want to walk around, carry foods that stimulate your metabolism. nuts and seeds. nair going to become trees, have protein in them. also valuable. and edamame. and kale chips. >> i love it. what's going on here? are we going to play? >> the number one most underappreciated problem in america is sleep. we're not getting it. i'm going to explain why it's vital. there's two hormones that drive your hunger. one is called ghrelin. think of gremlin. and then, leptin, like a leprechaun, elevating your mood you don't want to eat too much. when you don't sleep, you start to muck with this stuff. and there's a couple of foods that cause the problem. >> what are they? >> as an example, peppers. >> i eat a lot of peppers. >> peppers are good to stimulate
your metabolism. when you have peppers before a meal, you will throw your sleep off. then, you add too much alcohol to the mix and watch what happens. your ghrelin starts to go up. and the next one, is light. you can read a book, a newspaper, old-fashioned, fine. that messes. >> i keep it by my bed. i know it's an issue. >> and finally, physical activity. oh, my goodness. >> take my heels off. >> so, what you want to do -- come over, sheinelle, jump with me. i have this in my house. you want light activity done throughout the day. not one big workout. get it all day long. these are beautiful because you get your core going. it's fun, you keep going it. and one last thing, we have a video on today.com and on the facebook page, of me and joy bauer doing a seven-minute workout. every morning, something like this. >> dr. oz, thank you so much. still ahead, what the hollywood stars are doing to improve the lives of women and
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♪ nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm erin coleman. 9:26. right to first alert meteorologist bill henley with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? >> cloudy and cool day to start with. we will warm to 60 degrees in philadelphia. but occasional showers this morning and this afternoon. light and scattered. at the shore, the temperatures held back with a gusty wind. 55 degrees, while inland, closer to 60. scattered showers this morning and more likely this afternoon. late-day showers for the lehigh valley and delaware. up to 58 degrees with showers during the day. steadier remain this afternoon and tonight. now for a check on traffic, nbc 10 first alert traffic
reporter, francessca ruscio. >> our camera, either direction, look at these travel speeds. now in the 40s and 50s. doing okay southbound for 95. no problems or delays on the blue route. we do have an accident in pensbur pensburg. so far no reported delays. we'll keep an eye on it. checking back on the travel times for 9s 5. southbound, wood haven to the vine takes you 27 minutes. good to go northbound. erin. we continue to follow breaking news out of southwest philadelphia. a 17-year-old boy was shot in the eye. about an hour ago along lindburg boulevard. stay with us on-air for details as we get them. happening today, convicted philadelphia cop killer, jamal will have an appeals hearing to determine if state supreme court decisions between 1995 and 2018 should stand. he's serving a life sentence for murdering daniel faulkner in
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it was a big event, celebrating some of the most influential women in the spotlight. >> and, sheinelle, we heard you got a chance to talk to them. >> it was amazing. on friday, i caught up with serious power players from the screen, to the stage, and music and politics. and you might say we partied with a purpose. they were honored by "variety" magazine. take a look. ♪ jessica chastain, blake lively, chelsea clinton, and "variety" magazine calling these ladies, the definition of power. we're familiar with the name of the honorees, and the influence they have. but today's award was about giving back. first up, leading lady jessica
chastain with her work at planned parenthood. i'm the first person not to have a baby when i was a teenager. i'm the first one to go to college in my family. >> reporter: the two-time academy award nominee is a powerful voice for women in hollywood. you have characters that leap off the screen. but you learned how to say no. >> it's such a powerful tool. it is ridiculous that anyone in my industry or in other industries, that a woman with equal experience would receive less than her male counterpart. and so, it's important for me to say no to jobs that offer that to me. it's about wanting equality in the workplace. >> reporter: you exude this i am woman hear me roar thing. >> i'm nervous about doing a speech. >> reporter: before letting jessica go, i asked her to fish for fun questions. what does your happy dance look like? probably like this. >> reporter: on-screen, star
blake lively has two children with rirn reynoyan reynolds. but her goal is to protect all children, by up a posupporting nonprofit that protects children from child predators. >> it's really important because 10% of children come forward. often, they're too scared to. the child rescue coalition can find the abusers without the child having to come forward. i'm grateful to have this platform. but i'm also grateful to sit here and see these women that i look up to, speak about what makes them tick. >> are these the easiest questions you've had? >> cool. >> name a song stuck in your head. "oh, moana." yeah. her daughter goes to a nap so we can listen to it. >> reporter: next, chelsea clinton, honored for her work for the alliance of a healthier generation, founded in part by the clinton foundation. why this one for you? >> healthy eating was something
i cared about. being a mom and seeing how my daughter feels when she's had a healthier meal or not, is just such a real-world experience for me. we have worked with more than 21 million kids. we work to insure it's not just tatar tots on the lunch menu but fruits and vegetables. the kids are not only being empowered by their own health but can be ambassadors for their family's health. >> reporter: six-time tony award winner, audra mcdonald let it know what charity is close to her heart. >> we give them therapy. medical attention. we do job training and help them to finish high school education. we love them, we support them. then, when they are ready, they go out into the world. i'm going to cry. if something would happen to my kids, i want to know there's a place like covenant house for them. >> reporter: question time. >> what makes you smile?
>> my 16-year-old and my 6-month-old. >> reporter: finally, tina 'noles lawsen, whose influence is heard from daughters, beyonce and solange knowles. she received an award for keeping the arts in the community. the waco theater center. >> it stands for where art can occur. art is a way to express yourself and to grow and to dream big. i'm mentoring a group of girls. it's been the best time of my life. >> there's nothing better than you see a young person and you see that spark. >> absolutely. >> you know whey mean? >> when my kids were little, they went to the community centers they went and got to be in plays. i mean, look what it turned out. i think if they had not had that experience, you know, we wouldn't have them as our entertainers today. >> reporter: easy, easy, easy. here we go. >> okay. what keeps you going when you get knocked down? >> my faith and my children.
>> reporter: whatever it is motivating each one of these honor honorees, one thing is clear, we're captivated by their power. >> i walked out, like -- how inspired were you when you left? >> you go in. and you just feel this energy. these women exude empowerment and energy. and what this is. >> it's not a word. they walk into a room and, you know, i've met a few of them in the past. you see them and they just -- they just have an inner power that is -- and a light that is wonderful to see. >> yes. >> we should try to get that. >> have some. >> thank you. coming up, a real baller. the multitalented dule hill like you've never seen him before. we'll talk to the star about that and wh he has in so you want to know what it's really like to lose weight on weight watchers? ♪
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actor, producer, singer and tap dancer, dule hill became a household name for his roll as charlie young on "the west wing." and gus on the series "psych." >> now, dule is showing off his shadier side in the film, "slight." he plays angelo, a crime lord, who is not someone you want to mess with. >> where is my sister? >> that's not the deal. >> where the hell is my sister? >> give me my money. >> you have nothing to do with tina. you crossed the line when you took her. >> nothing about all this, man, is that i liked you. and you know what? i invested in you. but i'm getting so tired of people who have no respect. >> ooh. >> dule, nice to have you here. >> good to be here. >> alfonso ribeiro in the house. >> no. dule in the house.
>> you just came into the house. >> history repeats itself, brother. >> can we discuss what this is that you have in common? >> well, many, many, many, many decades ago, we both did a broadway show called "the tap dance kid." i had done the original. the original character. and then, dule came in and took the show on the road with a national tour and got to do it with a huge -- i'm a huge fan of harold nick loss, from nicholas brothers. >> the first show i saw, was with alfonso in it. >> i saw you on the road. >> i saw you.
>> really quickly, for the rest of us, for a lot of us, we grew up tap dancing, you were tap dance royalty. i was in wichita, kansas. i'm watching gregory hines and "taps" and all that. you are something. >> it's something to be with my man again. >> all right. >> always a pleasure. >> looking back at it, i went and saw him, at the pantageous theater. he younger than me. he's a little baby. >> we admire you because you're fun, easy going. and then, this role. we've never seen you play a villain before. >> this is the first time. >> you like it? >> i love it. you can't have a burgeoning superhero story without an arch nemesis. to step into that role was a lot of fun. as an actor, i try to expand my reach and try different things. >> did you channel it through someone this.
>> in your mind, you might have this guy would be like this person in my mind that i've seen before? is there anyone? >> it was like you, alfonso. >> i'm going to be -- i'm going to do alfonso. >> right. >> version of a bad dude. >> i love it. i hear people screaming at the tv because you have a lot of fans from "ballers." >> that's right. >> and you're going to be in the third season, right? >> along with my fiancee, jasmine simon. >> just got engaged. >> i did. >> good friday, you got engaged. you want to give us a little bit of how you did it? >> she got the ring but i got the prize. >> no wonder why she said yes. >> you smart. you going home right today. >> you better believe it. >> congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> yeah. you're in "slight" april 28th. >> new superhero story coming at you. >> thank you.
i have to do weather. >> you do. >> i got weird for a second. >> yeah. >> it says dylan. >> it had your name. um -- you going to go? i'm going to walk away. >> it was all about you. >> how can i make this work? i'm going to talk about the weather now. al left. so, i have to do the weather. we have a fire threat down south. a flood risk on the flipside of that, down across the southeast. heavy rain expected through tomorrow where we could see up to five inches of rain in some areas. that can lead to a flood risk. in the middle of the week, we see increased risk through the middle of the country. starts to warm up with rain and cooler temperatures exiting by the end of the week. but the rain is going to inch closer to the east but fall good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are moving in and showers have already started in parts of the area, becoming even more likely later today.
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♪ wha♪ out of tune if i sang ♪ ♪ would you stand up ♪ and walk out on me? ♪ oh baby, i get by with a little help ♪ ♪ from my friends ♪ ♪ this morning on "today food," making use of all of the beautiful spring produce you're seeing in your grocery store. >> "today" contributor, elizabeth high school is going to make a pasta salad with a homemade vinaigrette. >> we have a special guest here. kathie lee. >> kathie lee. >> she wasn't cooking on the 10:00 hour. i'm eating on the 9:00. >> asparagus right now, i'm telling you, it could shot be
any fresher or wonderful. we have asparagus and cream cheese. and gorgetta. it's been cooking. and now, we're going to use the same water. i hate to wash pans. this is a little trick, if you snap it, we know where the woody part ends. you can snap it. >> isn't that amazing. look. i snapped in the same spot. >> putting this in the pass ka wa pasta water. >> then, we don't wash a bunch of pots. these are beautiful gulf shrimp. >> what are you putting on in. >> this is liquid crab bowl.
it's a liquid crab bowl. it's an easy way to get beautiful flavor. >> how do you know that the shrimp is cooked? >> pink all the way through. >> it gets happens quickly. >> you don't want to overcook it. it will be rubbery. >> and you have ice cubes in the water. >> once it's done, goes into our ice bath. we want to shock it. >> blanching the shrimp. >> we're to bad shrimp, which nobody loves. >> are you liking it? >> so good. >> this is important. everybody should know a few things in life. you should know how to come out of the rain. you need to change a tire. and everybody needs to make a vinaigrette. >> you should know how to make a vinaigrette. >> we're going to start with a little honey. >> ooh. >> we have our vinegar. >> what kind of vinegar? >> apple cider.
any works wonderf s beautifully. one to three. one part acid to three parts oil. i added that -- i was about to tell you that's what you don't need to do. you want to add your mustard and that's going to do it. like the marriage counselor between the oil and the vinegar, it's going to hold it together. two things that don't want to stay together. and that's going to help bring it together. >> what was that? >> a little bit of garlic. >> i see mayo here. >> i like a little creaminess in my pasta salad. >> mayonnaise make you feel good. >> exactly. every recipe has has for vinaigrette,slowly drizzle the olive oil. they didn't add that because they needed extra words. it is that important. we have our pasta. i'm going to let you start putting the dressing in. >> just pour it on? >> our peas and asparagus. put all of that in. we have some peas flying. and then, we toss it. ladies, do we love it?
>> it's delicious. >> it's so fresh. >> do the peas have to make it into the bowl? >> fresh peas are fantastic. frozen peas, don't cook them. >> i can't wait to try this. >> you can't use parmesan cheese, what cheese do you use? >> goat cheese. feta would be wonderful. >> to get this recipe and more cookout ideas, go to hey allergy muddlers are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec® it's starts working hard at hour one and works twice as hard when you take it again the next day. stick with zyrtec® and muddle no more®.
nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm erin coleman. time to check in with first alert meteorologist, bill henley. he's got your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> clouds and rain showers moving in. this is very light rain falling in wilmington, moving up from the south and moving into the suburbs. seeing light showers. the showers eventually will spread across the rest of the area. that's not going to happen until this afternoon. so until then, lots of clouds and on and off showers. temperatures, they're chillier
than what we saw over the weekend. now 53 degrees in philadelphia. we'll be near 60 this afternoon. bill, thanks. now for a look at traffic, here is francesca ruscio. >> conditions good on the schuylkill expressway. travel speeds now in the 50s. not that bad on the schuylkill expressway. no reported delays for this accident so far. 95 travel times are starting to rebound back into the 60s. doing pretty well on the northbound side. southbound still in the 50s. it's going to take you 16. back to you. >> staying on top of breaking news in southwest philadelphia. police say a 17-year-old boy was shot in the eye this morning. along lindberg boulevard. the teen in critical condition. check the nbc 10 app and stay with us as we continue to follow this story. how much do you pay to ride? that will be the focus in center
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