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>> you know what's crazy? if this happened to be the day you wandered up to 30 rock to watch the "today" show, got to see the tree on day one. from new york, upstate. >> a family from -- oniana. >> okay. >> an entertaining and very good looking show today. look who's in our kitchen heating it up. >> oh, i like that. >> heating it up. the best is yet to come. and not just you. tony bennett is here today. >> really? i've got to say hi. >> 19-time grammy winner, not nominee. has a great new book, and talking about, with us, the one person who changed his life forever. >> and speaking of music, country music star justin moore is here. he's got another number one album. he will sing his newest song a little later, and he is such a great guy on top of everything else. >> and we have katey sagal and pink made a surprising announcement. we'll talk to you about that with our hollywood buzz section. >> how was your weekend, miss thing?
try to do at least once a month and see my mom and shecky. >> little sheckster. >> there we are at the chart house in annapolis, one of my favorite places with my favorite stuff. and there's the sheckster. >> what is he doing? >> little kids just love a phone. love it all. he's fascinated by it. >> do we have the little video i gave you guys? do we? he's still not real communicative and yet he says -- watch this. >> baba! >> ba-ba -- >> that's not the part i wanted to show you, but, okay. >> it goes on. we'll continue watching. >> ah! >> i love that kid. he's got have glasses already. instead of calling him shecky we're going to call him specky. >> i don't know a child needs glasses when they can't even tell you -- i don't see so well with this one eye. >> i don't know.
>> they peek in and see how things focus? >> i don't know. how about yours? >> an interesting moment that -- i won't talk about my whole weekend but i did have an interesting moment. i went to a soul cycle class. just a bike spinning class. >> you go for the music. >> i love the music. it was kind of the -- the instructor is emotive and makes you feel spiritual and good about life and people. her name's sue. anyway, we're pedaling along and this song comes on. ? it's a broken hallelujah ? >> playing "hallelujah" and everyone's pedaling, slow, but strong. a guy unsnaps his sneakers, his shoes from his bike, walks down the aisles and starts hugging everyone in the class. >> are you happy about that? >> i literally, kath, no kidding, almost started -- >> don't like to be hugged. >> picture this song and that moment, lights down, he just said, fellow man. i was sitting next to this woman and in the glass dropped my
and i was really thirsty, but you can't get off the bike because you have to unsnap. after he left, she said, have some of my water. i said no thank you, only because she took the top, unscrewed the part she -- she goes, please. i literally was -- can we crank it. ? hallelujah ? it was like that. like love in the room. >> like church. >> exactly what it felt like. >> aren't people stinky and sweaty during a time like that? >> i've got to tell you -- >> i know i would not want hugged then. can i tell you something funny? i was weeping. i was weeping. that's how it moved me. >> did leon write that one? >> this is his song. he wrote this song. >> leonard cohen? >> i said leonard cohen. >> leon. no? okay. and i'm happy for you, hoda. >> and i almost didn't go to the class. there are moments of kindness. like you almost have to make sure you're aware and looking.
if you're looking -- what did you think, jim? >> you guys -- i mean -- i know it's a talk show but you guys know how to talk. [ laughter ] >> and -- and you -- >> i could sit and listen all day. >> and you know how to do just about everything perfectly. he did a kindness for me so many years ago. i won't embarrass you. all down to do "the dinah shore show" and things did not go well for me. >> mm-hmm. >> and you were so, so kind to me. you never forget. >> it was a cruel situation. if i was working out, sweaty, and you came over and hugged me. from him, i probably wouldn't have minded probably. >> i had somebody do that to me on my first real job. the worst director in history, and diane baker came over to me and said, it's not always like this, honey. you know? >> ah.
was going, you know, maybe dishwashing might be a better job for me. you know? i love to wash dishes. >> things worked out well with you. >> yes, they have. >> he'll be with us in a minute. you know who is still learning and growing? justice ginsburg. ruth bader ginsburg had a surprising weekend. always wanted to do this. she's 83 years old and finally got to fulfill a lifelong dream. >> always wanted to be an opera star. so she walked out onstage. had a speaking role, in "the daughter of the regimen" at the kennedy center of performing arts and had the whole outfit on. >> look how little she is. she looks like dr. ruth sitting there with the little feet. they didn't even touch the floor. [ laughter ] >> oh, my god. how cute is the whole thing. >> only one night appearance received a standing ovation. >> isn't that fun? when you think of what is something i would like to try one time. >> yeah. >> jim, you still have a bucket list? >> no. huh-uh. i'm not old enough.
hoda? >> millions of things. >> you always wanted to be a teacher. look, you're still crying. >> i getting all verklempt. i don't know why. it's a moment. everyone has their bucket list. >> i love you, sweetheart. >> okay. thank you, jerry. >> thank you, jerry. >> so lindsey vonn had a tough weekend. >> she did. by the way, one of the toughest cookies in the world. she revealed on social media she crashed during some training. a skier, as you guys know. on a mountaiin broken arm. it's graphic. so -- >> ooh. >> it's the x-ray. it's totally broken. she says this, while i'm beyond frustrated by this setback at least my knees are okay and i'll be able to return to the slopes as soon as possible. >> but she has to hold on to the -- you know. she needs everything to ski. >> can i tell you, remember? in march? >> here with us. >> had a bad knee injury a fracture. this is what her arm looks like. posted a funny caption to they
off. >> i wouldn't bet against her, for sure. she's amazing. >> she really is. she's the most successful woman in the world with ski racing with 76 wins and like you said, she is -- don't bet against that girl. >> i've never broken a bone. have you? >> huh-uh. i think i broke a toe once but i don't think i paid attention. ever done that? you kick something, wonder if it's broken? >> i don't even think they can set the toe. >> can't do anything. >> just sorry. all right, we can move on. to robert redford, only on our show do you go from broken toes to robert redford. >> what did he say? >> he announced he's retiring soon from acting. he's 80 years old. committed to acting in two more films. one reuniting with jane fonda in a love story. >> i'd watch that. >> i wish he'd do "the way we were "again" with your wife. years later. >> they've been trying, i think. >> really? >> it's been kicked around. we'll see. >> does barbra do that to your hair -- >> and two more? >> we'll see. >> that's the other one. >> the other one!
>> what? "the way we were"? >> he's doing one, and that's the other one. >> write a letter. >> we made news. >> we did not! >> yes sh, we did. >> go with it. >> all right, also going to star in a star with casey affleck and sissy spacek. when they're done, i'm saying, okay, good-bye to all that and focus on directing, which he's also excellent at. >> won two oscars. one for directing "ordinary people." >> his debut as a what else is going on? bruce springsteen got -- saved. by fellow bikers. >> he was -- imagine this. so bruce springsteen broke down on the side of the road. okay? fooling with his bike. on a motorcycle. a group of bikers goes by. stop to help, not knowing who it is and then lo and behold, find out they've just helped bruce springsteen. bruce takes them all to a pub, i guess, a tavern down the road. >> a biker bar, i hope. >> i hope it was. >> all right, great. okay. >> and say good-bye. >> even the boss needed a little
done leave now because then you'll miss our "favorite things." >> always one of our favorites. james brolin brings us home for the holidays with his new christmas movie. >> and you'll never guess who rob lowe was seen around with in vegas. >> yeah. >> he's so cute. >> all the scoop in "today's buzz" right after this. >> can't wait! ? ? one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money. ride on, ride proud. geico motorcycle,
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you kracrave, you've come to th right place to find out about -- >> all: the buzz. >> and tim stack, we call him stackable. >> we love you, stackable. >> well i love you, too. i love you, too. i love the curls. >> thank you. >> let's discuss the curl as minute. >> ah! >> aren't they hot? >> they are so hot. you are trending. you are -- >> can we let everybody know on thur know. so many writing in what do you do, how do you get? laura's going to show -- >> we got it this morning. we'll edit it, and have a live thing -- >> very important. >> next time i come on i'm going to have those curls. >> buy a wig. >> okay. so breaking news with pink. >> yeah. pink is pregnant, her second child. announced it on instagram. as everyone does now. that's how you announce things. there she is with her husband and her youngest daughter, willow, who's five.
>> her tummy. >> it's beautiful. her tummy. i clearly -- i don't know lady things, but i think she's far along. >> yeah. you would be correct. >> i'm not familiar with that part of body but i believe that's a far along pregnancy. yes, they're second child and she's talked about, she loves being a mother, and what a cool mom to have. pink. hasn't released an album in a long time. i want her to get back into music. >> probably loving being a mom. >> i know. mommying it up. >> priorities changed. >> rob lowe hit vegas with a big brood. >> row lowe hit vegas with a surprise guest. it's not who you think, though. it's his son. it was his son john's 21st birthday and went with his wife sheryl and his other son. >> still looks like he's 21. >> rob lowe looks incredible. >> radicchio. >> 21st birthday, went to the omni nightclub, they had table
rob lowe likes to party it up. >> he does! >> granted, i once -- my parents went with me to see "boogie nights" on my 18th birthday. which is -- >> that's disturbing. >> yeah. >> wow. we met your little mother. she went to that? >> yes, yes. at the end, a big reveal. >> it's about the porn industry. >> a big reveal of a body part and my mom gasped laughing. >> everybody gasped! >> families are different. [ laughter ] i don't know. maybe i shouldn't have revealed that. [ laughter ] >> so demi lovato, a cute other half. >> broke up with wilmer valderrama, long-term boyfriend, like six years together. and revealed dating a ufc fighter named luke rockholt. hello hot name and secondly, hello, gentleman. he is so hot! also, rockhold hot. anyways, this is -- look how handsome he is, and she looks great, too.
at madison square garden and so they sort of made their debut there. luke's a ufc fighter. >> i hope she finds happiness. she's had a rough time. >> such a sweet kid. really is. >> and also, lovato, luke rockhold. lots of stars were there. madonna, hugh jackman. >> you're jealous. >> i am. followed luke on instagram prior to this and so i feel a little -- i feel like he's -- mine. she took him from me. she took him from me. >> so sad. >> so sad. >> therapeutic segment for me. >> real quick, box office. what was number one? >> number one, "dr. strange" held well. "trolls" two. held well and amy adams new movie about an alien arrival.
really strong. people wan escapism. in trying times -- >> a chance to see "hacksaw ridge" while still out. it's such an unbelievable movie. >> i heard it's really good. >> thank you, tim stackable. >> i'll come back and share more awkward stories next time. >> bring your mom back on. we'll tease her. james brolin will give us an early christmas present. >> and wait until you hear what his wife gave him as an early christmas present. it's a biggy.
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>> with more than 130 movies, 15 tv shows to his name. >> whoa. >> and his newest project jim wears multiple pats, producer, director and star of the new holiday movie called -- >> all: "i'll be home for christmas." >> if you're a fan of jim's sitcom life in "pieces" you'll recognize this familiar face. take a look. >> christmas is a -- a hard time of year for some people. it's kind of hard to explain. >> it's not. i get it. everything has to be perfect. >> well -- >> everyone has to be happy. if you want to know the truth, it makes me want to run away sometimes. >> hmm? you and me both, kid. >> she is just darling. it's so nice to see you. >> oh, thank you. hi! >> this is a really a labor of love for you. >> oh, yeah. >> tell us about the genesis of it. >> well, i did a hallmark movie a couple years ago and it did
>> i bet. >> yeah. but it -- yeah it was okay. it did verywell, so they asked me back. and my manager said, not unless he's directing and they went, ah -- okay. so nothing happened. >> not like they were putting it in the hands of a novice. >> well, i get -- it's not that easy, ever. >> politics, baby. >> yeah it is, kind of. so, anyway, i went, where's the sc for them said, let me get you some ideas. so we looked at ideas. i started with a paragraph. i said, gisele has to be involved. >> the little actress. >> the little girl. >> why was she so important to you to have -- >> she's on "life and pieces" in our show and did something in the first show that was very -- wise. not precocious so much, but she was the moral to everything that
messing up, and she was saying, you know, let me tell you how life works. >> wow. >> yeah. >> right? i said, let's -- >> make her a part of it. >> i'm teaching her how to fly, by the way, on thursday night. >> can we talk about the headline? one of the headlines. the big gift your wife gave you for this movie. >> uh-huh. >> would you, please, reveal what that big gift is? >> well, once we developed the film, it was called "pair of jacks." i said that doesn't really mean anything. >> your name is jack and her name was jackie. >> jackie, right. right. and -- actually, my manager, scott hart said, wouldn't it be great if we could get barbra's music and especially, "i'll be home for christmas" and i said, well good luck on that. >> don't you know somebody? >> and i knew the network wouldn't ever put up that kind of money. >> sure. >> and i mentioned it to my wife in passing -- >> how did you do it? give us the --
>> i just said, you know, we just had this thought, and she just went, well i don't -- i've never done anything like that before. and then -- she came back around to me and so sweetly said, merry christmas. here's my song. two songs. >> so barbra streisand's two songs? >> the fast "jingle bell" during a montage and, yeah. so, anyway, it opened the movie, gave us a new title, and it's -- so sweet. >> yes. so happy. >> very sweet. >> and it's always -- you guys, i don't know if you ever have issues about what you can do for a network or what you can't do. ever have issues? >> yes, i had a lot of them. i feel like i won and they're happy. >> it's great family entertainment. >> and we got their hottest night of the year, thanksgiving sunday. >> that's a great one. >> okay. >> great, great. >> "i'll be home for christmas"
? i left my heart ? >> oh. >> got to take a moment to listen. ? in san francisco ? >> it's fun day monday and we're honored to be joined by a national treasure, living legend and wonderful man -- >> all: tony bennett! >> tony sold more than 50 million records during his illustrious career, released 95 albums and earned 19 grammys along the way and still going strong with an upcoming nbc special celebrating his 90th birthday. >> not to mention his new recordings. thank you so much. including a collaboration with lady gaga and a new book about the people and places that impacted his life and it's called -- >> all: "just getting started." >> yeah! >> a great title, because you are -- you're like the energizer
nobody can believe you're 90. you still have hit records. still doing sold-out concerts all over the world. it's a huge schedule to keep. >> you're going to be in the macy's parade. >> right. i have a charmed life. i really do. >> you give so many thank yous in your book. one in particular that stands out is bob hope. >> right. >> what kind of an impact, tony, did bob hope have on your life and career? >> changed my whole career. i was trying to get started, and he saw me down in, greenwich village. >> yeah. >> and -- he said, you're coming with me. and he gave me my name. tony bennett. >> because it's really benedetto. >> benedetto, which is a beautiful name. >> name. >> translated means "the blessed one." >> wow.
gave me my name. >> wow. >> so did you go on uso tours? >> he took me, at the paramount. i was in the village. he said, you're coming with me tonight. and he took -- >> that -- wow. >> and he took me to the paramount theater. the biggest break i ever had. >> what did your family think, when you were with bob hope? >> all of those benedettos? >> right. it was fantastic. he took me on a tour to the west coast and i was in show business for the first time. >> wow. i can't believe that. s with. right? from all different genres. >> lady gaga, amy winehouse. and you seem to be at home no matter who you're collaborating with. >> well, i -- the two people you mentioned were very talented people. >> yes. >> and lady gaga is doing great. she's doing fabulous right now. >> she's acting as well, too.
she ever ask for any, from you? >> what's that? >> lady gaga, did you ever give her some advice about her career? >> not at all. she's -- she gave me advice. >> oh, she did? >> she's very -- very -- she's had great training. >> she knows what she wants. mm-hmm. >> she knows what she's doing. >> yeah. let's talk about that song we played right when we came in. "i left my heart in san francisco." >> let's do it again. ? i left my heart ? >> ah. di were the best singer he'd ever heard. >> what did he know? [ laughter ] >> but was that -- was that song, "i left my heart in san francisco," was that a song your piano player found it, like tucked away somewhere? >> ralph sarin, the late ralph sarin with me for 40 years. he found that song for me. >> how? >> what was your first reaction to it? >> well, it was just -- it was, he took it on the road. we were down south and we on our
he said, let's do this song. and -- >> do you ever get tired of singing that song or any of the -- >> never. i love it. i love the city. they treat me so wonderful when i go there. >> you know it's a highlight in every one of tony's concerts and i've been to, i can't tell how many. when you drop the mike and you do -- ? fly me to the moon ? >> want to go out on that a little? >> what? >> want to do "fly me to the moon" so we can go out on a high note? >> no. it's too early in the morning. >> i only could ask. love to see you. have fun at the macy's day parade. >> thank you, tony. >> thank you very much. >> the book is called "just getting started." he'll be back next month to perform for us right here on "today." he also has a new cd, tony bennett celebrates 90 available for pre-order now and catch him, as we said, at the parade. >> i'll be at the parade with my nieces. will you wave to us? >> i sure will. absolutely. >> by the way, you're making a
justin moore and his band are here. they said how are we supposed to perform with tony bennett sitting right next to us. he's going to perform his newest single in a little bit, and golden globe winner katey sagal. we'll ask if she's ready to do a little "dirty dancing." >> oh. >> uh-huh. >> right after this. why are you checking your credit score? i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it. sir, your credit... -is great right? when was the last time you checked? yeah, i'd better check my credit score. here, try credit karma. it's free. all right. no more surprises. credit karma. give yourself some credit. my cold medicines' wearing off. that stuff only lasts a few hours. or, take mucinex. one pill fights congestion for 12 hours.
mother once again, this time in the true story "bleed for this" about the boxing legend who stages an amazing comeback after breaking his neck a car accident. >> hi! >> hi. >> talk about a -- a different kind of "rocky" story. >> yeah. >> so were you aware of him before you were asked to -- >> oh, no. i had never heard of vin ny before, and then i read the script. was told it was a true story and didn't believe it was a true story. it was really fantastic. >> what didn't you believe about it? >> the comeback part of it. i mean, when you come see the movie and see how he rehabilitated himself and went on -- >> within a year, basically? right? >> and the actual true story, it was even sooner. they had to dial it back, because the writer, director felt nobody would ever believe this. >> you're kidding? >> yeah. >> you play the mom, and you have an interesting way of watching boxing matches. >> yes. >> right? >> the way i would if my son was
and she won't watch him fight. so she'll listen to him from the other room in front of her altar. >> mm-hmm. >> i think she sort of believes that if she prays 4 hard enough, this is way to keep her son safe. she feels somehow in control. >> you have a bunch of projects going. >> you're going to be in the new "dirty dancing." >> i know. >> what? stop it, katey. >> so fun. >> what is going on with that? >> i play the hot divorcee. >> you slut! >> i know. and i seduce the young dude. >> who's the young d >> his name is -- oh my god. it just went. >> that's okay. doesn't matter. >> cole pratt. >> cole pratt. >> so i sing "fever" and i dance, and -- ? fever ? that one? >> yeah. i know. it's so hot and the choreographer from "hamilton "did the movie, one of the main reasons i took the job. i really wanted to work with him. >> that's coming up when? >> it's on another network.
>> and -- you have so many projects coming up. another memoir coming out called "grace notes: my recollections" released next year. >> yes. >> how come wanted to tackle that? a memoir? >> i didn't really want to. i started to write essays for my children, because i have three kid, and i had lost my parents when i was young, and -- >> how old were you when your parents passed? >> i was -- i was 20 when my mom died. 25 when my dad died. so i have a lot of questions. so i wanted to write something for my children. it's kind of how it started. of course, i let my manager read it and she said, ah, this should be a book. >> of course. >> so before i knew it i got a book deal and then had to write it. >> i know. >> oh, my gosh! the hardest thing i've ever done. >> except when it comes out and you have to go on a book tour. >> you aren't even close to working hard yet. >> really? >> how much are you revealing in that, katey? is there a lot of really personal stuff? >> there's personal stuff, yes,
>> sure. of course. >> it's my perspective of my growing up. i come from a family of five kids. so everybody has sort of a different view. so it's definitely my point of view. >> which it should be. it's your memoir. >> yeah. and then it's a lot about -- it's not a celebrity memoir. this was my hesitancy about doing it. i really don't know that many famous people. >> you work with them. >> i work with them, but i know about my experience in life. >> you're right. >> it's kind of more about that exciting. comes out when? >> that will be in mar just turned it in. >> congrats. >> keep going. "bleed for this" opens nationwide friday. from small town usa to the big city, country crooner justin moore performs his newest single
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he's the arkansas native who made a name for himself opening up for big-time country stars like luke bryan and hank williams. >> and now justin moore is on a roll with a studio album called -- >> all: kinda don't care. >> it shot straight to the number one on the country charts this summer. no doubt because of great songs like the number one single "you look like i need a drink" that should be a bumper sticker. you're about to hear his newest single burning up the charts called -- >> all: "somebody else will." >> hey. >> so nice to see you. >> good to be here. >> thanks for bringing the guys. >> i didn't want to bring them. thought i would. >> you went from being an opening act to now co-headlining an act yourself with lee brice? >> yeah. lee and i have been friends for a while and each done our own headlining tours and thought it would be fun to do something a little different and look forward to getting out in together for sure. >> we're looking forward to
you ready to sing it? >> i guess so. >> okay. >> thanks, guys! ? ? been sitting there tipping back crown straight working up nerve and the words to say ? turn those eyes and that smile my way no time to waste ? you showed up and all eyes on you shining like a diamond in a neon room ? baby, every guy here wants to make a move ? ? i better make a move somebody else will ? ? if i don't walk up and ask you your name right now ? ? offer to by you a drink, sit down if looks could kill, somebody else will ? if i can't take a chance on your lips, slowly lean in and making your worst dreams new ? ? somebody else will ? somebody else will ? maybe you're a little bit west
? and maybe you're a little bit down home ? either way, girl, i just gotta know ? i just gotta know somebody else will ? if i don't walk up and ask you your name right now ? offer to buy you a drink, sit down and tell you your looks could kill ? ? if i don't take a chance on your lips and lean in and slowly stealing your kiss ? ? like this making your world stand still ? somebody else is gonna hold you somebody's gonna get to know you ? if i don't get there and sweep you off your feet ? yeah, somebody else will ?
somebody else will ? if i don't walk up and ask you your name right now ? offer to buy you a drink, sit down and tell you your looks could kill ? somebody else will ? if i don't take a chance on your lips, lean in slowly stealing your kiss ? ? like this making your world stand still ? somebody else will, baby, oh-oh ? yeah, yeah ? somebody else will ? oh, oh ? ? >> yeah! [ applause ] >> whew! justin moore. >> justin, you killed it! >> love that. love that. all right. you guys take care. all right? have a good tour. don't miss our favorite things coming up next.
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newest song just for us. >> it's monday, so -- >> hoda -- >> oh, forgot, hoda will be on the radio today at 2:00. >> with little big town. >> yes. have an awesome fun day monday. >> see ya tomorrow. >> see ya tomorrow. >> nice ta >> announcer: the following is a paid presentation for the minimax charger. cellphone or tablet dead again? your car won't start and you're late and alone. if you're out of power, you're not out of luck. introducing the minimax, the most innovative portable charger ever made. it's taking the world by storm and quickly becoming everyone's favorite portable charger because of its minimum size and maximum power. use the minimax every day to charge all of your devices. best of all, this tiny little device can actually instantly jump-start cars, trucks, boats, and more. the secret is the advanced, new technology of the lithium cobalt battery that enables this tiny charger to jump-start dead car batteries. the minimax even works in cold weather when your car battery won't. it's also a high-powered l.e.d. flashlight. smaller than a cellphone, fits
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