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>> david: well, one of the verses i often think about when somebody asks me that question is the bible says be ready always to give an answer to those who ask you. so maybe a good clue is wait till they ask you, you know? so if they ask you, if they see your life and they want to know, "what's this all about?" then you can respond to them. but i think the best thing you can do as a person in an environment that's almost totally secular, and you may be the only christian, live your life for god, and remember this little quip: know until they know how much you care. and you need to reach out to them, and love them, and help them understand that you would love them if they were the worst pagan in the world because they're a person god created. >> sheila: well, stay tuned. we'll be right back to continue discussing "people are asking, is this the end?" with dr. david jeremiah. [music] >> announcer: the bleeding of our borders,
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the persecuted church. are these current events a sign of a coming rapture and tribulation foretold in the bible? unsure of the future, both christians and nonbelievers are asking, "is this the end?" dr. david jeremiah explores ten critical issues facing our society in his new book, "people are asking, is this the end? signs of god's providence in a disturbing new world." split into two sections, "is this the end for america?" and "is this the end for the world?" dr. jeremiah provides a biblical perspective isis, and the rise of russia. order your copy of "people are asking, is this the end?" when you support the ministry of "turning point" with a gift of any amount. and if you give $60 or more, dr. jeremiah will send you the "is this the end?" study set, which contains his new book, his complete series on your choice of dvd or cd, and a correlating study guide. plus, you'll also receive the prayer for america bookmark absolutely free. "is this the end?" book and study set,
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from "turning point" today. [audience applauding] >> sheila: thank you for joining us. i'm sheila walsh, here again to talk with dr. david jeremiah about some crucial issues of our time. how would you define apathy? >> david: apathy's an interesting word. it's made up of two little words, "pathos," and the little letter a, which negates the word, so here's a little language study here. the word "pathos" means passion. and if you put the a in front apathy is to live your life without passion. one guy said the beauty of apathy is you don't have to work hard to prove to people that you have it. how bout that? isn't that good? apathy is the lack of concern for the important things that are going on. you can be apathetic about your family. you can be apathetic about your church. you can be apathetic about your country. and i think for many christians
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don't think there's an answer. your hope is not in this world. your hope is in the resurrection of jesus christ, and the return of christ someday to take you to heaven. your reward is in heaven, your hope is in christ. and while we're fighting all of these cultural wars and doing our best to be good citizens, the one thing that keeps you from just throwing in the towel is to remember, as we used to sing when i was growing up, "this world is not my home, i am just a-passing through." and one of these days, it'll get resolved. in the meantime, we do the best we can to be good citizens. and my goal is always simple: provide as much time as possible for the preaching of the gospel, extend the time as long as you can, and get as many people to heaven as you can. one day, that door's going to close. but in the meantime, we ought to be motivated with all of our hearts to take as many people to heaven with us as we can. >> sheila: yeah, amen.
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talking about revival. now, i grew up in scotland, where they would have revival meetings or revival crusades. it almost sounds like an old-fashioned word today. how do you define revival, and do you see hope for revival in our nation? >> david: you know, sheila, you mentioned something so interesting. my daddy was a preacher. and when i was growing up, we used to announce revivals. they would take place in august, and during this 2-week period. it really wasn't what they were saying. that was a special evangelistic campaign, but they were called revivals. throughout the history of america, there have been five major revivals, beginning with the great awakening back in the colonial days. and i read about all of those, and i was so encouraged because here's what i learned, two things really. number one, revivals always come when the country is at the lowest ebb it has ever been. and number two, it always starts with young people. always starts when i see that, i know god can do that again.
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again. >> sheila: and i think that gives us a tremendous focus for prayer that god would move on our young people. let's bring that part of the book to a close here, and look at where you talk about, is this the end for the world? you talk about the isolation of israel. something i know about you is that throughout your ministry, you have continually prayed for, talked about, ministered to israel when it was popular and when it was not. >> david: that's true. the last time i preached there, was at the southern steps, and i was leaving, sil and i was walking out to get with our security people and leave. and an old woman was standing there, she had been listening to my sermon. and i had been telling the people, this is my last sermon, how much i loved israel, and how i wanted to bring 1,000 people there next time because i knew that when you bring people to israel, it's not only to bless you, but it's to bless israel. and she hollered at me, and my security people tried to get me to go away, and then finally we went over and talked to her.
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she said, "i heard what you said, mister. and i want you to know you christians are the only friends we have left, so don't forget about us. promise me you won't forget about us." and so, i wrote that chapter, and i'm going to keep writing chapters, and god blesses those who bless israel. i am for israel, and every christian ought to be. [audience applauding] >> sheila: and that, let me move on. you talk about the resurrectionf now, i would imagine during your lifetime, you've seen the rise, fall, and what potentially looks again like the rise of russia. how is that a sign of the end times? >> david: putin wants to reassemble the soviet union. he's like a bear who's been deprived of his cubs, and he's out trying to get the cubs back. the interesting thing about russia is that there are two chapters in the book of ezekiel that tell the whole story of russia's future. and it's one of the most profound
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of war found in the bible. the bible calls russia the king of the north, and it talks about the fact that in the end-time, they're going to bring a coalition of nations together, and come after israel when israel's resting in the security of a covenant she's made with the antichrist. and it's going to look like israel is finished, dead. and then god is going to intervene. and if you read ezekiel 38 and 39, it's unbelievable, one of the great stories >> sheila: wow. and now we're getting to a section, i have to tell you, i mean, i wept as i read some of this. you talk about the rapture of the redeemed. and i have to say i learned so much from the depth and the biblical detail, the biblical text you give us. but just let's start with what is the rapture, for those who maybe are not familiar with the term? >> david: i like to tell people it's not a perfume.
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the word "rapture" means caught up. and it means that one day, the lord jesus christ is going to come back, and those who put their trust in him are going to be caught up to be with the lord. 1 thessalonians chapter 4, 1 corinthians 15, john 14:1-6, all those passages tell us that, one day, jesus christ is going to come back, and he's going to come into the heavens. and if you're a christian and you put your trust in him, you're going to be caught up to be with him, and you're going to be taken to heaven to be >> sheila: it would seem natural then in your book that you progress to talk about the tribulation. how would you describe the tribulation? >> david: well, the tribulation is the worst thing that has ever happened or will ever happen on this earth. in revelation chapter 5 through 19, there's a detailed description of what's going to take place during the 7-year tribulation period. i recommend you read it, but not before you go to bed at night.
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>> sheila: why did you choose to end your book with a chapter like that? >> david: the bible tells us in revelation that he will save us. god is going to save us from the hour of his wrath. and here's something really important to think about, sheila. if we are saved because god took his wrath out on his own son on the cross so that all of our sins would be forgiven, if we have to go through wrath again, that means that what he didain, on the cross wasn't ic therefore, you read romans 8:1, says, "there is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in christ jesus." [audience applauding] but the most important thing to know is this. almighty god has promised us in his word, i believe, in a very clear way that the believers, those who have trusted in christ, are going to be resurrected. they're going to be raptured. and then the tribulation will
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in heaven with the lord at the marriage supper of the lamb. how about that? >> sheila: sounds wonderful. you address so many current, strong, difficult subjects in this book. but through it all, do you see hope? is there a scarlet thread of hope through the book? >> david: absolutely. the bible teaches us these things are going to happen, and you get ready for them, but in the meantime, god gives us the grace we need to live every day, and be positive, and to make a difference in your life, and make a difference where you work, be positive about your church. and realize that god has put us in this environment for a purpose. you know, people always say, "i wish i could have lived in the good old days." well, i'm not sure when those were. but i know this, here's what i know. god put david jeremiah on this earth at this particular time because he wanted me to be here at this particular here in the book of acts, paul said that david served god,
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that's what we're all here to do. and i believe that the darker the night, the brighter the light. and we are in a situation where we make a difference. and when people see the reality of christ in us, in some of these difficult things, they are drawn to that. we're seeing so many people come to christ in so many different ways, through radio and television, in our own church. i think these are the most incredible days for evangelism we have ever known. >> sheila: amen. would you please help me thank [audience applauding] >> announcer: and now, join dr. david jeremiah as he addresses urgent issues for our time in highlights from "people are asking, 'is this the end?'" >> david: people wonder why there's so much crazy behavior in our culture today. if you have no god to whom you report,
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if there's no right and wrong, then everybody is free to do whatever seems right in his own eyes. "professing to be wise, they became fools, and they changed the glory of the incorruptible god into an image made like corruptible man." here's the problem. god created all of us with a god-shaped vacuum right about here. and no one is ever satisfied in their life until god is at home in that vacuum. no god, and you deny the creator god, you are left to find a god you can try to trust in and put him there, but it never works. there's never any sense of peace. one of the most common things people say when they come to christ is, "for the first time in my life, i feel at peace with god." >> announcer: "the bleeding of our borders." >> david: when you're sharing the four spiritual laws with your hispanic friend, don't make
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are you legal or illegal? don't do that because that really doesn't matter when it comes to faith in jesus christ. get past all of that. get them to know christ first, and then you can deal with some of the issues that they're dealing with in their own lives. the gospel of god is the same everywhere. if you have to change it, it's not the gospel. so, you can preach the gospel. you might have to do it through an interpreter, but when you preach the gospel of jesus christ, whether they're hispanic, or arabic, or filipino, or chinese, or korean, the gospel is the power of god unto salvation, and these people come to christ. >> announcer: "the increase of intolerance." >> david: christian behavior angers non-christians because it makes them feel judged. it resurrects in them the embedded truth of moral accountability that god planted in each one of us from the very beginning that we are ultimately
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and when they see christians living out that accountability, it causes them to be very angry and instead of being angry at the message, they get angry at the messenger. here's what we read in romans 5, "we glory in tribulation, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; and perseverance, character; and character, hope." god is teaching me. he's taking me to school, he's putting me in the classroom, that i face or the pushback that i face, i learn what it means to be a man of god and stand strong when everyone else is bowing down to the wrong people. >> announcer: "the apathy of america." >> david: i just look up and i'm reminded that every place in the bible where there's a prophetic passage, in that very context is a passage of scripture that talks about how to live today. have you ever noticed that?
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"let not your heart be troubled; you believe in god, believe also in me. in my father's house are many mansions; if it weren't so, i'd have told you. i'm gonna go prepare a place for you. and when i go and prepare a place for you, i'm gonna come and receive you to myself; that where i am, there you might be also." but what is the admonition? don't let your heart be troubled. almighty god's got it in control, amen? and over and over in the bible when you see that, you begin to realize, you begin to realize that the future is like an anchor. i like to think of it this way, god's promises of the future are like an anchor. and you know where that anchor is? it's wrapped around the throne of god in heaven and i got a hold of the other end of the line. and i'm safe because my future is secure in heaven. >> announcer: "the remedy of revival." >> david: my thought is, lord, if you did it once, do it again. if you did it two or three times, let us be the next one. because if we don't have
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our ability to try to fix what's messed up in this nation is not going to get it done. we need an intervention, an intervention from almighty god like he's intervened in times past in this nation. we are at a place not where we should despair, but where we should look with great anticipation. we're right at the place where god has intervened in every other time in history. this is a period when god wants to move among us. start it in me, t start it anywhere, but lord god, if you don't break through into our culture, we don't have any other option. we are confessing our sin before you today, and we're asking you in the words of the psalmist, revive us again. >> announcer: "the isolation of israel." >> david: ezekiel said one day, almighty god would speak to these bones, and they would start to come together, and the nation of israel would arise. and they'd come out of the graves of the nations, in terms out of the nations themselves,
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and israel would be reconstituted as a nation. and we have lived in our lifetime to see that happen in 1948. the bones came together in 1948, and israel was established as a nation. i'm absolutely convinced that one of the reasons why, since 1948, we had such incredible years of blessing in this nation was because we put our arms around that young nation and helped them get established. as long as i have breath i'm going to be a champion for the nation of israel because i believe that's god's purpose in this world today. >> announcer: "the resurrection of russia." >> david: if you go to the book of daniel, you will read about a person who was called the king of the north. so, if he's the king of the north, what does that mean? he's the king of the north of israel.
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just draw a straight line from israel to the extreme north, there's only one place you're going to end up, and that's russia. and the victory that god wins on behalf of his people will be the most astounding thing that has ever happened on this earth. and god himself will get the glory. and there will be no doubt about who saved israel. it's almost like god takes every weapon out of the hands of the israeli people, puts them in the most defenseless position they could be in so that none of them can stand up and say, "look what we did." no, you didn't do anything. you just stood there, and god came in, and he won the war for you, or you wouldn't be alive today. and how many of you know that's the way it is for all of us, isn't it? i've often thought god likes to get us at the end of ourselves, where we don't have anything we can do, so that when he does it, he's the only one who can get the credit. >> announcer: "the rapture of the redeemed." >> david: now, when you read about prophecy,
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of the lord's return to this earth. he comes, first of all, for his church and takes them to heaven. and then there's some time of tribulation on this earth. then he comes again at the end, and he brings his saints with him, and that's when the battle of armageddon happens, and the earth comes to its conclusion. most of the time when you talk about spectacular, you're talking about the second advent. but here in the scripture, i'm reminded that the rapture itself will be pretty spectacular itse the resurrection, and the rapture, and the return of christ is a wonderful truth, so that's why paul says at the end of all of that, he says, "therefore comfort one another with these words." >> announcer: "translated before the tribulation." >> david: the tribulation is a period of time that's going to be filled with unprecedented horrors, upheavals, persecutions, natural disasters, massive slaughters,
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according to the bible, in a period of time after the rapture and before the second coming of christ. before the tribulation happens, the church will be caught up to be with the lord, caught up. say that word with me, "caught up," amen. caught up is the word we translate rapture. before the tribulation, the church will be caught up. th the day of salvation. now is the hour to accept him. so, whoever you are, wherever you are, if you're sitting here in this beautiful place where we're recording these messages, or if you're watching at home on television, i want to ask you right now, do you know jesus christ as your personal savior? are you ready to be caught up when the time comes? >> announcer: dr. jeremiah will return after this
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in light of today's critical issues. >> announcer: today dr. jeremiah discussed pressing topics facing our society. go in depth with all these crucial issues of our time in dr. david jeremiah's new book "people are asking, 'is this the end?' signs of god's providence in a disturbing new world," divided into two sections: "is this the end for america?" and "is this the end for the world?" dr. jeremiah provides a biblical perspective on topics including immigration, the decline in morality,an order your copy of "people are asking, is this the end?" when you support the ministry of "turning point" with a gift of any amount. and if you give $60 or more, dr. jeremiah will send you the "is this the end?" study set, which contains his new book, his complete series on your choice of dvd or cd, and a correlating study guide. plus, you'll also receive the prayer for america bookmark absolutely free. "is this the end?" book and study set, order yours
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>> announcer: and now, with one last word for today's program, here is dr. jeremiah. >> david: everyone knows the expression "the straw that broke the camel's back." sometimes, we wonder just how many more crises, disasters, wars, and shocks our poor planet can endure before it breaks apart. it seems things cannot continue this way for long. but as believers in jesus christ, we can live confidently know the one who holds the immediate and eternal future in his hands. though the world shakes around us, god and his kingdom are unshakable. i would like to send you two free gifts from "turning point" that will help strengthen your faith in jesus christ. one is our monthly devotional magazine called "turning points," and the other is our booklet called
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free of charge if you will contact us here at turning point today. >> announcer: next week on "turning point." >> david: when you come to him and say, "lord, i am not happy any longer with you just being a resident in my heart. i'd like for you to be the president of my heart. and i wanna give my life to you and serve you, and i will be submissive to whatever you say." and all of a sudden, when you do that genuinely, you will find yourself saying and doing things that seem unnatural to you because they are unnatural. they're supernatural. they're spiritual. >> announcer: join dr. jeremiah next week for a special holiday message, "thanksgiving is supernatural," here on "turning point."
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oh, my >> don't you dare. >> all over her backup dancer. >> tanaka does have a crush on her. >> but is she just seeking revenge on her ex? then star wars secret affair revealed. >> whenever i start to talk, harrison gets nervous. >> what carrie fisher says about a romance with harrison ford kept hidden for 40 years. >> i love you. >> i know. plus, the shining star shelley duval's fall from fame.
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her cry for help now. >> if i say i'm healthy, the first thing they'll do is hurt me tonight. then is there a new jon and cate gosselin custody war? why the father of eight says he does not know where his son is. >> if you texted kate right now saying where is my son -- i would love you to. >> i'll text her right now. and we're first with new kids on the block and paula abdul after their big tour announcement. >> we're bringing joy, love, and happiness back to the world. we're bringing the happy back. >> now is "entertainment tonight." >> ang lee ja jolie's billy bob thornton speaks out after she files for divorce from brad pitt. >> we spoke to billy bob and mare yn cotillard. marion denied accusations she had an affair with pitt, so you might think she would keep tight lipped. that was not the case with me. >> she's an amazing actor, but he's such a good person that
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along. >> this fall, marion's world was turned upside down having to publicly deny rumors of an affair with brad. angelina's ex, billy bob thornton, has also spoken out. it was his first time on camera talking about angie since her split. >> she seems, you know, okay to me when i talk -- i don't talk to her that often, though, you know? >> billy, who stars in bad santa 2, tells us he and his ex-wife are still very good friends. >> when people are, you know, going throughir tribulations, i try to leave them alone unless they want to talk to me. >> until that phone rings, you'll be there for her, i imagine? >> of course. >> it's an exciting night for us. >> brad was all smiles, taking selfies in shanghai wile promoting his new film this week. we talked to angie's lawyer laura wasser. >> how has it been dealing with brad's attorneys and managing all the madness of the media and everything? >> the media has been difficult. >> how is angelina doing?
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>> i think that they're all doing fine. >> here's where things stand legally with angie and brad. she still has full custody of their six kids. per their new legal agreement, pitt and jolie are free to work out a visitation schedule privately. but for the foreseeable future, when brad does see his kids, a monitor must be present. >> will they all come together for thanksgiving in. >> i don't know. i'm going to imagine that she's going to do what most of us are doing, kevin, which is spending it with her family. now, there's some mariah carey after her headline making split. her ex-fiance james packer has quite the romantic past with a few ladies, and now one woman who was engaged to james in the 90s just gave mariah some advise on how to win him back. oh, yeah, she went there. it's just the latest drama in mimi's world. ? >> there's mariah wednesday night on stage shooting an upcoming christmas special. of course who was with her?
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watch what he does. he escorts mariah on stage. we see that handlingering a couple seconds on her waist. then the 33-year-old hoists mariah's daughter monroe on to her shoulder. ? check this out, mariah and bryan are totally flirting in a new promo for ma rye yeah areality show that was released this week. >> tanaka does have a crush on her. >> you saw it. he's not >> she sits on his lap, pours champagne on his abs, and that's him on safari with her and her kids. still, a source close to carey told "e.t." the two are, quote, just friends. regardless, mariah seems to be moving on, but does her ex james packer want to be erased from her life. that's what a source close to the former couple is telling us. the billionaire wants any footage of himself edited out of mi mimi's docu-series.
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people think about me, and they don't know my story. they don't know my life. >> so where is packer now? we're told he's in seclusion in ba wayne oes air he's. all e-mails are now bouncing back and the phone numbers are disconnected. it doesn't look like there's any going back for these two but if -- and that's a big if -- she wants him back, another one of packer's exes wrote this open letter offering advice. kate fisher, who ended her engagement in james in 1998 says, quote, if you really want him back, play the game. let him make the key and you may well live happily ever after as mariah carey packer. ? offering insight into what went wrong, kate points to the billionaire's entourage who allegedly made alone time difficult. quote, even in the bedroom. and now shelley duval's plea for help with dr. phil. >> if i say i'm healthy, the first thing they'll do is hurt me tonight. >> who will hurt you?
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>> uh-huh. >> doing night work. >> shelley was once one of hollywood's biggest stars. >> i like to think that i'm a chameleon of sorts. >> there's no reason to age. >> who do you think is trying to hurt you or is hurting you? >> somebody who wants to take my place. >> the 67-year-old now struggling with delusions. her appearance, a shocking contrast to the shelley we knew when she was hollywood. >> i love watching the glamour although i don't look too glamorous tonight. >> "e.t." was with her dozens of times after she shot to fame opposite jack nicholson in "the shining." >> here's johnny. >> but friday in a startling new interview with dr. phil, her comments were unsettling. >> the man who threatened me is the sheriff of nottingham. >> at one point, shelley brightened up when talking about the late robin williams, her
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>> robin -- i loved robin. he came up with like the best jokes out of nowhere. >> but then another delusion. >> i don't think he's dead. >> you don't think he's dead? >> no. >> where do you think he is? >> shape shifting. >> yeah. >> he looks real good in some forms. in other forms, he doesn't. >> do you see him? >> yes. >> shelley has stayed out of the public eye since her last movie in 2002, her home state of texas. >> are you by yourself a lot? >> too much. >> well, that's what i want to help you with. >> i think there's a worried disc inside me. i need help. >> that's why i'm here. >> shelley sought help from dr. phil for her struggles with mental illness. >> will you let me get you to some doctors? >> i was a pretty girl. i was beautiful. >> shelley? >> yes, phil.
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what a bombshell carrie fisher just dropped claiming she had an affair with harrison ford while he was still married. >> i saw him. he looked like a movie star. >> i just think you just can't bear to let a gorgeous girl like me out of your sight. >> that's another secret that i cannot tell you. >> carrie finally admits a three-month affair. she was 19. he was a 33-year-old married father of two. calling the star wars set romance, quote, so intense, she confesses it was hahn and leia during the week, and it was carrie and harrison during the weekend. >> i love you. >> i know. >> carrison has fans called them had their first kiss in the back seat of a car. sleep overs in between their
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carrie writes all about it in her book, the princess die arrist. but it's something she's hinted at for decades. >> do you have a favorite memory? >> yeah, but it's inappropriate. i have a lot of them. he was funny, and i swear to god, inappropriate. >> you anyway not know this but harrison hated love scenes. actually, i think he just hated them with me. i became completely infat waited with him. it was like a h >> do you still have a crush on han solo. >> yeah, a little bit. who doesn't? >> things ended six years before carrie donned that iconic metal bikini. looking back, though, the 60-year-old calls the affair a very long one-nightstand. i loved him, and he allowed it. today harrison is married to calista flockhart. carrie, zfed. so why come clean now? she told "people" magazine it's not like anyone's deeply affected by it anymore and that
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nominee for new artist of the year. ? >> the more that he's on his own, the more that he's finding the soul in the music and what's making him really happy. >> from the stage to the cat walk, gigi and sister bella are getting ready to make history. >> you and your sister, the first duo, sister duo to walk in the victoria's secret fashion show. >> insane. incredible. we used to sit in our rooms and watch the show know, fans were finding old tweets from back in the day, if gigi and i do the show one day, i think bella tweeted, she's going to piggyback me down the finale runway. >> as for the amas. >> we might do a little song number. >> i have thoughts. >> i'm not making any promises. we'll see. >> you know the amas always give us a moment. i cannot wait for this. it's going to be a great show. >> i'll be on that red carpet. i'll be backstage as well with the winners.
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this is us. bona fide freshman hit. nbc's number one new show, and "e.t." online lee ann aguilera. >> you almost broke the internet when we saw your bum in the pilot. >> actually, i mean justin and sterling -- >> she's like, we have the most handsome cast of gentlemen. off, and it's just like what? >> it's not just the very fit actors that keep nearly 10 million coming back each week. it's all the motion, the plot twists, and one of our favorite tv couples, jack and rebecca. this week we saw them on the verge of breaking up. >> is there any way you can move the meeting? it's a really big game for him. >> it's a big day for me. i'll see what i can do. >> okay. >> this is a hard episode, i feel like.
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this couple, which i am. i'm a fan. i'm able to read the scripts and watch our story lines on tv and go, oh, i'm rooting for this couple. it's -- you know, this is not a great time for them. >> can you turn the light off, babe? >> during our set visit, we found out mandy and milo have a really strong parental bond with their co-stars even though they're all about four years apart. >> we all had dinner two weeks ago, and i was kind of randomly sitting at the head of the table. i was like -- >> they're sayinge dad. >> yeah, yeah, exactly. >> it's odd too. >> that's my boy! >> moving forward because i feel like it is a family show, people are going to watch it with their families and it's going to turn into little mini viewing parties. what do they need to have with them as they tune in? >> like a nice drink or mocktail and like i feel this is a show that you want comfort food. >> yeah, you want to sit close
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i think that's kind of the idea. you want to be together with people. if you're watching by yourself, we are hugging you from inside the tv because we will break your heart. >> i've used like five boxes of kleenex halfway through the first season. up next, a beverly hills 90210 reunion. how the cast is supporting shannen doherty in her cancer fight. then people's sexiest man alive, dwayne johnson. we're on the set of his new movie with some very sexy ladies. >> all the makeup artistsom around with a squirt of baby oil between every take. >> i'm in trouble. >> and the new macgyver. we're at home with the 26-year-old filling richard dean anderson's role. >> ?? (laughs..) here it is. ?? ?? hey dad! ?? wishes do come true.
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actor dwayne "the rock" johnson is people's sexiest man alive. but he had to stay quiet before the official announcement. he worked around that. >> how would you feel about being named the sexiest man
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>> if i were to be named the sexiest man alive, how would i feel? i would feel -- i would feel great. i would feel cool. that's an awesome thing. >> dwayne "the rock" johnson was such an easy pick this year. if you look at his muscles, it makes it very obvious why we chose him. >> here's what else made people's pick so easy. first and foremost, dwayne johnson is the king of the box office. the rock is the world's highest paid actor. we sboek to him at the premiere of it's out wednesday, and dwayne lends his voice to the film. he performed with "hamilton" star and creatoror lin-manuel miranda. but of course we already knew the rock could sing. ? and i think to myself ? if you're down in hawaii, it's such a wonderful world. >> so beautiful.
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that nancy o'dell gets the serenade. i love that. >> yes, it was. by the way, congratulations, dwayne. come next year, everybody is going to get a whole lot more of the rock with baywatch. >> kevin frazier was first to hit the set with dwayne and his co-star shirtless zac efron. now we have all the scenes with the women of the movie reboot. ? >> a shot without zach being oiled up. is there someone special here who oils everybody up? clearly there's a large amount of sun kreen that has to go on people. >> actually we do. all the makeup artists come around with like a squirt of baby oil between every take. ? >> at miami beach with the sexy stars of baywatch. the ladies are right over there. no, no, i was talking about the
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anderson's role -- >> was there any pressure when you booked this role? >> a little bit. a little bit for sure. >> perfect. welcome to baywatch. >> was there ever a moment where you're like i just want to breathe and have some ice cream? >> every day. >> you're the cheater. >> i'm a total cheater. >> a little dance party playing stephanie holden, originally played by alexandra paul. >> did you originally work with the guys? have you done any wots sometimes, and when zach is busy, he'll give us a little quick workout, and we're just trying to look like zac, all of us. it's the goal. >> i try to give myself a cheat. >> what's your cheat? >> chocolate. >> alexandra, who plays summer quinn, once played the rock's daughter in the blockbuster san andre yasz. >> what do you call him now? >> dwayne. >> do you? >> yeah, i just think it would be so weird to be like, hey, the
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or hey, rock. >> she says she never calls you the rock. >> no. she always calls me d.j. never the rock, never rock, never daddy like you call me. >> daddy. >> welcome to baywatch. >> so happy to be here. >> i got my hands full. >> actually priyanka has her hands playing the villain. the rock is almost a foot taller than she is. >> can you imagine me intimidating dwayne. listen, be no. i have to wear my super high stilettos and look him straight into the eye. then, yeah, i'm pretty intimidating. >> i'm in trouble. ? >> this is baywatch. >> yeah. >> how much fun is it? >> basically we're hanging out on the beach every day in bathing suits. it's like a party every day. >> sounds like a party to me. how about going to work every day in a bathing suit? the writers have been called upon to put together a script for another movie reboot, star ship troopers.
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now to a hit show from the 80s which is back on tv, macgy macgyver. the new guy is actor lucas till. >> every time i come home, i just bring my mom here. >> so you're really sweet to your mom. >> correct. >> i love that. >> i make a point to say that in front of the camera. >> i love that. >> hello, gang. >> home here is marietta, georgia. >> this is my little brother. >> brother nick is seven years younger. >> there's a resemblance here. >> also there, lucas' manager tom and his high school friend justin. speaking of high school, earlier in the day, lucas had visited his alma mater just a few miles away and took us along. >> oh, this is embarrassing. there we go. this is the principal's office. spent a lot of time in there. we're going to go down to the german room. >> german teacher is justin, who we met at lunch.
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students together. [ speaking german ] >> now you want me to shut up. >> oh, man, i was a loser. look at that. loser right there. >> were you the smooth talker, the confident guy? >> no, not at all. >> dropping by, till's original german teacher. >> that very first year, of course i remember, oh, you've got a student who is in the movies, in the johnny cash movie. >> young johnny cash's brother in walk the line. >> when did you know that you wanted to be an actor? >> i think i was 10. i just didn't have anything to do because i didn't play sports. >> wow, most likely to be famous. >> my students, it's weird. they all know every time his name comes up, they know him. oh, it was hannah montana's boyfriend in the movie. >> he was in the taylor swift music video. >> you went to the prom. >> i did not go to prom. i never went to anything.
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the day? video production class. >> this was the best room to play video games because the coach couldn't see you. >> now that he's starring as angus mac guyver, lucas is definitely too cool for school. >> what is the biggest perk of having him? >> you tell girls. >> and while he didn't get the girl in high school, mom dana still has hopes. >> what kind of girl would you >> one who makes him happy. >> yeah. >> solid answer. >> i have really enjoyed this. >> thanks for coming out. now to one of the most popular tv casts of all time, the cast of beverly hills 90210. they all got back together last weekend. ? >> obviously we've all been friends over the years, but seeing them all together in one group, this is a first for us. >> it was a rare gathering of
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reminded stars the family wasn't complete without shannen doherty, who is battling breast cancer. >> none of us are up here today without shannen. >> at the event in chicago, shannen's co-stars missed her fighting spirit. >> we were on the set for the groundbreaking season. those issues included brenda walsh finding a lump in her breast. >> i thought that i felt something. >> shannon recently told us she never could have imagined that she would battle cancer herself. >> i remember that episode because it really ment a lot to me and i worked very hard. back then, still i was a kid. i thought that i was, you know, invincible. i was going to live forever. >> the reality is she was a very big part of the success of that program.
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shannen. >> and we have more to get to. still ahead, andy cohen dishes dirt on all of his a-list friends and the story behind his face-off with michael strahan. >> the headline is andy cohen blasts michael strahan. >> plus kate plus eight is back. >> i actually want to see my kids more. >> i've been wanting to ask you are you ever going to tell me where colin is? >> closed kapgszing pred by --
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if you're just joining us, here are this week's top five stories. number five, prince harry's long distance romance heats up. prince harry was beaming as he visited a london charity tuesday, and look right there. he was wearing that blue blaeded matching bracelet. it's identical to the one his girlfriend, meghan markle has been seen wearing. she recently stayed with harry in nottingham cottage.
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>> meghan is reportedly on hiatus from her tv show until early january. >> they'll definitely be getting together before christmas. number four, madonna's car pool karaoke. there they were rocking out in manhattan. james corden behind the wheel, imagine riding shotgun. the windshield with seven gopro cameras. at one point, she was grinding n hunt for brooke mueller. >> female versus male. in a blue passenger car. >> after this call, believed to be about brooke, the utah highway patrol located her, the boys, and a nanny on an interstate in utah. mueller was then taken to an area hospital for evaluation. charlie sheen's ex has a history of drug abuse problems, and a
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"e.t." close, she has relapsed, and this is not normal behavior. mueller's sister told us two days ago brooke seemed fine. number two, shelley duval nearly unrecognizable with dr. phil. >> the man who threatened me is the sheriff of nottingham. >> shelley was once one of hollywood's biggest stars. >> i like to think i'm a chameleon of sorts. >> but today she looks remarkably different, and at this point her diagnosis is unclear. >> i'm very sick. i need help. >> that's why i'm fisher's secret affair with harrison ford. >> i saw him. he looked like a movie star. >> me and her highness. that's another secret that i cannot tell you. >> carrie claims she and harrison had a three-month affair. she was 19. he was a 33-year-old married father of two. >> i love you. >> i know. >> carrie writes all about the secret hookups in her book, the
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latest of the. andy cohen has been busy dealing with those rowdy housewives. andy has also been working really hard on his new book which just came out this week. >> celebrities everywhere are like shaking because in it, andy holds nothing back. he told our senior news editor that from strahan to oprah, even taylor swift, nobody gets away unscathes. >> taylor swift and katy perry at the met after ball party. what happened. i say the wrong thing to everybody. here i am, i say the absolute wrong thing to taylor swift. she's looking for a place to sit because lady gaga is going to perform. it's like, well, your friend katy is over there and there's all this room. i think she probably thought i was being shady. >> andy unfiltered is part of what makes him so popular with audiences and with celebrities. he's best buds with taylor and katy's ex john mayer. >> we have a real bromance. the night that i hosted that
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nbc, i went and met john mayer for dinner after the show. and who are the only other people in the restaurant but the cast of "friends," including jennifer aniston. i was like i'm going over to that table. john stayed behind. >> one big regret, bailing on oprah. >> anderson and i were on tour in santa barbara. i kept saying to her i'm looking at her instagram. i know she's here. maybe she'll sunset shot of tequila. he's like it's not going to happen, dude. get over it. i wake up the next morning to a text from gail saying oprah wants you to come over for brunch. >> because that happens every single day. >> never. i had to fly back to show. i had to pass up on brunch at oprah's. >> there are so many dishy tales and adventures from the andy cohen's diaries. at new york's palm restaurant, he says he and michael strahan
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andy said about him walking away from live gma. >> why leave the show where you're the king and you've helped reenergize the show and your name's in the title to go to a show where you're one of many people, and it's not your show? the headline is andy cohen robs michael strahan. but really i just kind of said my opinion about something. >> kelly made a joke about how much she got too much botox in her face. she couldn't move it for six months. there anything you've said that you regret? >> joan rivers begged me to get botox. >> really? >> and i never did. in terms of things i've said, the book is a cavalcade of things i've said that i regretted. it's like i'm a moron. >> i am sure taylor still loves you. >> he's got no fear. now on to a reality show that i'm sure andy couldn't get enough of back in the day.


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