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good morning, america. deadly floods ravage texas. nearly two feet of rain breaking records. rivers on the rise right now. helicopters rush in to rescue residents. this drone captures an entire town underwater and this frightening scene, a tornado at the colorado/nebraska border. >> wow, you can see the two other tails. >> millions on alert now for more strong storms and more flooding. breaking overnight, the secret service jumping in to protect bernie sanders after protesters rush the stage at his rally. >> we don't get intimidated easily. >> as hillary clinton sees possible trouble out west heading to california to head off a sanders' surge as a new battle this morning for donald trump. could a third-party candidate shake up his race for the white house? new outrage this morning over the killing of that endangered gorilla, harambe, at
the cincinnati zoo after a 3-year-old fell 15 feet into its pen. the 450-pound animal seen dragging him in front of terrifying tourists. now the parents of the little boy safe at home, are defending themselves from thousands calling for justice for harambe. and he fires. yes! >> oh, what a comeback. steph curry and the golden state warriors sinking threes roaring to victory overnight. now, set for the rematch against lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers who are seeking sweet revenge. who will win the battle of these basketball titans? ♪ welcome to my house and we do say good morning, america. 3-1 deficit. oh, what's the problem. golden state warriors coming from behind. that 34-1 deficit -- >> i went to bed. i thought that was it. >> no, no. >> now it sets up what a rematch coming up against lebron james and the cavaliers that starts thursday night in oakland.
>> now cleveland's healthy this year so may be a little bit more competitive than maybe it was last year. now, while the warriors were celebrating last night's win, the best defense of the night was being played by steph curry's daughter riley. he can't even get a kiss in, no, daddy. no, not there. no, leave me alone. she is something else. she is something, she steals the scene everywhere she is. >> every time. >> every single time. but we're going to start now with record-breaking floods. texas bracing for another hit as rivers rise this morning. a dramatic drone video showing a town underwater. abc's phillip mena is in richmond, texas, with the latest. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: robin, good morning. the brazos river is a quarter mile away, yet, you see just how much it has spilled into this neighborhood, lapping the doorsteps, and residents here ordered to get out. >> wow, you can see the two other tails. >> reporter: overnight, at least three tornadoes striking the colorado/nebraska border.
watch as this tornado rips across a farm before suddenly taking a sharp turn. >> watching it go right straight towards my house. dear god, i hope it doesn't hit it. oh, my god. >> reporter: the farmer's house luckily spared, but his shed wiped out. >> i watched it go up and about -- in about five seconds. >> reporter: in texas, helicopters called in to rescue residents north of houston. at least six dead and two still missing after parts of the lone star state received almost two feet of rain. one of the missing, a 10-year-old boy who fell into the swollen brazos river while fishing. >> it's frustrating that we have the family here and they need some closure and we haven't been able to give it to them yet. >> reporter: drone video capturing rivers spilling into streets and bearing into homes. the colorado river four feet above flood stage and still rising. in wharton, this family evacuating for the second time in two months.
>> ain't nothing you can do. >> reporter: the river is expected to crest later today. this is the worst flooding here in over a hundred years and residents here are hoping for some relief from the rain. george. >> okay, phillip, thanks very much. let's get more on this now from ginger. as phillip said right there, the river is still rising. more rain coming. >> even when they have a dry day the rivers will still rise because they swell after the rain has fallen. but there is more rain on the way. places like austin, texas, that have had more than 15 inches of rain this month, their average is closer to 4. that's why we still have these flood warnings surrounding houston, much of east texas, again, drier today but look at the storms that come through wednesday night and then the rainfall rates, decent through the eastern half but by this weekend an upper level low is going to sit there and they're going to get drenched again. we'll follow this through the end of the week and next week too. >> all right, ginger, thanks. now to the race for the white house. hillary clinton changing her plans heading to california early where she's facing a tough battle against bernie sanders. six states will be voting next
week as we head into the home stretch of the nominating process. abc's tom llamas is here with the latest. good morning, tom. >> robin, good morning to you. we are heading for a california showdown where overnight bernie sanders showed just how tough he is when protesters tried to disrupt his rally and physically confront the 74-year-old candidate. over the weekend hillary clinton warming up to those hometown crowds but this morning, trouble out west. clinton now changing her plans heading out to california earlier than expected where the biggest primary yet may be in play. >> i have been just amazed by the kinds of turnouts we've seen here in california and the energy behind those turnouts, and if we go in there with a lot of momentum, i would obviously hope to come out with the nomination. >> reporter: sanders already there and overnight, a scary moment, animal rights protesters rushing his stage at a rally in oakland. >> step away.
>> reporter: secret service jumping in to protect the candidate. the protesters dragged out, some by their hands and feet. >> we don't get intimidated easily. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: sanders also refusing to surrender the nomination even after calls from top democrats. >> he ought to be able to read the signposts as well as anybody else and if he did that, he would know that it's all but over. >> reporter: and donald trump who has locked up his nomination expecting historic-size crowds at the rolling thunder biker rally in d.c. >> i thought this would be like dr. martin luther king where the people would be lined up from here all the way to the washington monument. right? >> reporter: but what really set him off a tweet, "weekly standard" editor and abc news contributor bill kristol tweeting on sunday, there will be an independent candidate, an impressive one with a strong team and a real chance. trump tweeting back, if dummy bill kristol actually does get a
spoiler to run as an independent, say good-bye to the supreme court. now, organizers of that independent draft movement tell us nothing is imminent. kristol for his part is staying coy. before i go, sanders doing some trash-talking on twitter late last night, bernie sending this tweet, last week golden state was down three games to one. tonight, they finished off a great comeback in california. i like comebacks. sanders setting the tone for next week. >> okay, tom, thanks very much. let's dig in with jon karl and matthew dowd and let's begin with this delegate race on the democratic side. hillary clinton worried about ' california but she could go over the top even before those votes are counted. >> reporter: oh, absolutely. this would be a much bigger comeback than what we saw in the nba. take a look at this. when you look at the numbers she only needs 73 more delegates to clinch with six states voting next tuesday. that means she is almost certain to go ahead of the mark she needs to clinch long before they count the votes in california. >> and how about the republican side? >> reporter: well, of course,
donald trump is already clinched but, george, this isn't just a win, this is a win that is historic. take a look at the numbers. he already has more raw votes than any other republican candidate in the primaries and he will likely get a million more in california alone on tuesday, so this is not just a win but as he might say a huge win. >> a huge win. that's right. let's bring in matt dowd now on this third party possibility coming up. we don't have the details on who it may be or when that person may getting in but you can understand why donald trump is tweeting about that. this candidate's likely to hurt him more than it hurts hillary clinton. >> we think it's likely to hurt him more. why it keeps getting talked about, george, we have two unpopular likely nominees in the major party that creates a window of opportunity but i have to say bill kristol has been talking about this, he's a little bit like commissioner gordon shining a bat signal over the white house hoping that somebody will show up and save the day and save the gop in the course of this. i think it's a still real possibility and i think there's
a real push for this to happen but i don't think nobody has shown up yet to take that banner and save the day. >> that is true, jon karl. a lot of people have said no. mitt romney said no, former senator tom coburn has said no. what kind of person are they hoping to get here? >> well, i talked to bill kristol about this yesterday. he says he's looking for somebody who is known perhaps not extremely well known but somebody who has served his country and he did say his country. somebody who has some political experience, sounds like he's talking about a military person, george, but, again, there are so many people that have turned down the chance to run. it's hard to see who he's going to get. >> meantime, there is another third party candidate out there, there's libertarian gary johnson who won the nomination over the weekend. thank you both. okay, george, now to terrifying moments during takeoff in tampa. a plane's tire catching fire while taxiing down the runway and fires crew rush in to get passengers off the plane and put out the flames. abc's david kerley has much more. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin.
you felt the thrust of that plane as you're screaming down the runway and all of a sudden, that tire blows and then it gets even worse. for the united airlines flight leaving for tampa trouble before takeoff. >> our ground crew is telling us that the fire on the united jet is getting bigger so please hurry. >> reporter: it was one of the 737's tires blowing out just as the jet is gaining speed down the runway. a bad situation that gets worse when the tire catches fire. flames and smoke as rescue teams rush to the tarmac. >> we're trying to extinguish it now. it keeps flaring back up. >> reporter: passengers heading for houston could see it out their windows. >> all of a sudden pretty loud bang. >> little unnerving to sit on the plane seeing smoke come up around all wings but you could see the tires were shredded and/or melted. >> reporter: this video showing the frightening scene, smoke surround the plane, foam being spread by firefighters. >> oh, my god, we're gonna die. >> reporter: finally, everyone evacuated by stairs with no reported injuries. >> any time you have a tire
blowout on takeoff in a 737 or any jetliner there is a danger there of running off the runway or having other problems. >> reporter: united says it was going to put all the passengers on another aircraft for their trip to houston and, george, if this had happened just a few seconds later the pilot would have had to make the decision, take off or stay on the ground. fortunately, he had enough runway where he could stop and the fire crews could get there immediately. >> thank goodness for that. we have the latest now on the zika virus and what it means for the rio olympics. chicago bulls star pau gasol is making headlines by saying he may stay home. serena williams and rory mcilroy are concerned too, as the world health organization weighs in. abc's dr. richard besser here to break it all down. let's begin with those concerns of the athletes. is that a reasonable concern? >> well, the big risk with zika is if you get the infection when you're pregnant it can cause that severe birth defect, the small brain. for other people, it's a little less certain.
we don't know if in some people it can linger and cause problems with future pregnancies so, depending on how you feel about that uncertainty, some decide they want to go and others they don't. >> a male athlete thinking of starting a family may say it's too much of a risk. >> exactly. >> meanwhile, a group of physicians saying it's an unreasonable risk to have these games in rio. >> 150 of them sent a letter to the head of the world health organization saying it's unethical to bring 500,000 people to the heart of an outbreak and it puts them at risk and when they go home they can put others at risk and athletes truly don't have an open choice, they have been training for it their whole lives. >> meantime, the world health organization pushing back trying to put these numbers in context. >> yeah, w.h.o. and the head of the cdc, they said, if you look at zika is in 60 countries, the travel to the olympics represents 0.25% of all travel to those countries. it's just a drop in the bucket and we're not saying don't go to the whole region. they say if you go, go and be safe. when you come home use repellent so you don't infect others. >> there's so much concern about
this. you're holding a town hall tomorrow at the cdc, 1:40 on facebook? >> yes, answering viewer questions. >> looking forward to that, rich besser, thanks very much. let's go to amy has the other top stories. and we've been watching this overnight. north korea's latest effort to test launch a missile has apparently failed. officials in south korea say the medium-range missile exploded on the launchpad. it's the fourth launch failure for the north. the missile has the potential to reach american bases in the pacific. and iraqi troops are facing more stiff resistance as they try to retake the city of fallujah from isis. iraqi forces repelled a four-hour attack today. there's concern isis may use civilians trapped in fallujah as human shields. well, president obama is now saying three american service members died in combat in iraq. the administration previously avoided the word "combat" saying the focus was on advising the iraqis. well, dramatic video from europe. torrential rain triggering this flood in southwest germany sweeping away cars killing four people.
more rain fell in a few hours than normally falls in several months. and in florida, authorities are trying to determine if there's been another shark attack. this time in cocoa beach, where a boy who was bitten has now been released from the hospital. experts are predicting a record number of shark attacks this year. in northern florida on sunday, a boy with severe lacerations from a shark bite and then in southern california, a woman was bitten on her torso and her shoulder. and an extreme case of road rage caught on camera. this car in tampa plowing into two people on a motorcycle. look at that, a witness says moments earlier that driver nearly ran the bike off the road. he was arrested and the bikers were treated at the hospital. and finally, a true shocker on the golf course. take a look at this massive alligator that strolled down the fairway in south florida. that guy is about 15 feet long. one golfer actually thought he
was being punked and he didn't think it could be real. i can tell you, if that were me on the golf course, i'd be heading straight to the 19th hole. see you later, gator. >> yeah, see you later, gator. "jurassic park." fore! thank you, amy. how about that comeback. >> how about that comeback. the ultimate comeback. steph curry and the golden state warriors winning big over the oklahoma city thunder last night and clinching a spot in the nba finals. now they're up for that epic rematch against the cleveland cavaliers. something we all can't wait to see, and abc's t.j. holmes is here with more. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, my man, strahan. all right now, so what we have now is that we have the golden state warriors, we're going to see something now in these finals that we probably saw last year, right. we saw them win the title or we're probably going to see something that we've never seen before which is cleveland win a title. this would be their first. so, we got the biggest stars in the nba about to go up against
each other. steph curry, lebron james and riley curry. >> and he fires. yes! >> reporter: the golden state warriors are headed back to the nba finals. >> we're not going home. >> reporter: but this was not easy. the defending nba champs beat the oklahoma city thunder in a win or go home game seven. >> here's curry. yes! >> reporter: steph curry showed once again why he was the unanimous league mvp. >> yes. >> reporter: he made seven three-pointers, the most ever in a game seven. and once again, little riley made an appearance. she watched her dad's postgame celebration before a little tough love for the western conference champ. but the celebration will only last until thursday. the warriors are set for a rematch of last year's nba finals against lebron james and the cleveland cavaliers. >> now, we're four wins away from our goal, and that's a pretty special accomplishment. >> reporter: yeah, most impressive. they were down 3-1 in the series. only the tenth team to come back
from that and looking forward, i don't know if you have a dog in the fight but cleveland, it's hard to root against the city of cleveland. hasn't had a championship in 52 years in any sport. >> and i'm not a basketball aficionado but haven't they had a long time to rest? >> they have. they took care of business. >> yes. and i think lebron, like no one is talking about him. >> except we are. >> but, you know, there's no pressure. it's his sixth time going to the finals. >> there's always pressure. who are we fooling? there's always pressure. >> what do you know, strahan? >> good luck to both teams. that's all we got to say. and the warriors, they take on the cleveland cavaliers in the first round of the nba finals thursday night at 9:00 eastern right here on abc. and now check out this story, you guys. now to another big comeback. take a look at this. this is surfer bethany hamilton who lost an arm in a shark attack when she was 13 years old and she's putting on a stunning performance at the world surf league fiji women's pro.
the 26-year-old mom, she knocked out some of the best pros in the world and she finished in third place. and a happy hamilton, she tweeted she's beyond stoked at her finish and she's looking forward to more adventures. and what an inspirational story and person and we're looking forward to your future adventures, as well, bethany. and you know what, now we're giong to go over to ginger with some heavy rain in the southeast. what you got, ginger? >> so many people have been seeing this, the remnants of bonnie still sitting there. very slow to go, this leftover low that's going to sit around. not only today but tomorrow and it's going to leave behind up to 3, even 4 inches of rain. especially right there just south of cape hatteras. all right. local weather in 30 seconds.
>> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the action wet forecast. we will have above average highs and tons of sunshine away from the cost today. fog and lows return tonight. a chance of thunderstorms are possible on sunday. 100 in antioch. only 60s loan the cost in san francisco. good news all of us fall into the 50s tonight. my seven-day outlook shows it is hotter friday and saturday before the heat breaks on >> you know your kids are still obsessed with "frozen" when they do this. it's not snow but hail in north dakota, took it and gave olaf a little something to sit on. >> it's almost june. >> i know. ♪ let it go
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it's going to hit 100 today for the warm spot. here's a look at your day planner. 60s at the coast. 90s inland. this is just the beginning. it's going to get even hotter friday and saturday. a slight chance of a storm sunday. cooler than. >> thank you so much, mike. coming up, the latest details on that gore yale shot and killed after a boy went into the enclosure at a cincinnati zoo. what the zoo is saying now. an expert takes us through the video moment by moment. we'll have another local news update in 30 minutes and always
welcome back to "gma." you're looking at a scary scene on the colorado/nebraska border. a landspout tornado tearing through and now there are new concerns in the south over that record flooding. millions on alert for strong storms this morning. also right now, bernie sanders, hillary clinton getting ready for a big battle in california. final states getting ready to vote next tuesday and clinton has changed her plans, she's heading to california earlier than expected. and all that weather we've been talking about leading to rough surf on the east coast. 22 people rescued from rip currents monday in florida. a pretty scary moment for a lot of people at those beaches. also this morning, adele saying hello to a fan at one of her concerts but that fan probably wishes that adele hadn't. >> yeah, because she called the fan out for filming her concert. not only did she film it but set up a tripod to do it.
what till you hear what adele has to tell her. we have that coming up. >> when you pull out the tripod. maybe that's a bad step. but first in this half hour, the zoo under fire for shooting and killing an endangered gorilla instead of tranquilizing him after the animal dragged a child around its enclosure and the child had fallen into that enclosure. officials are now defending their actions. abc's alex perez has the latest from the cincinnati zoo. and we warn you, some of the video you're about to see may be disturbing. alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. the gorilla exhibit here remains closed but i wanted to give you an idea the height of that barrier that the child climbed over. this is a baby gate. the barrier was about this high three feet tall. the images jaw dropping. a 450-pound gorilla dragging around a 3-year-old boy like a rag doll. this morning, the cincinnati zoo defending its decision to put down the 17-year-old endangered silverback named harambe.
>> that child's life was in danger. and people who question that or are monday-morning quarterbacks or second-guessers don't understand that you can't take a risk with a silverback gorilla. they're very big. >> a child has fallen into the gorilla cage. >> reporter: the nerve-wracking ordeal unfolding saturday afternoon. the child's mother watching from above. >> mommy's right here! >> reporter: authorities say the child climbed over the three-foot barrier, made his way through wires and bushes and then plunged the 15 feet into the moat. the gorilla cornering the boy and then picking him up. >> this child was being dragged around, his head was banging on concrete. this was not a gentle thing. >> reporter: at one point the primate stops and appears to hold the child's hand. later propping the boy up from behind then and eventually dragging him all the way to the other side of the cage. after ten excruciating minutes, officials made the decision to shoot and kill him. saying that a tranquilizer dart would have been too risky.
>> they had to do something very quickly. the dart takes too long. the child would not have a chance. >> reporter: the child home with his family now suffering only minor injuries. this video from 2014 shows a three-foot-high railing that separates the crowd from the exhibit. >> the barriers are safe. the trouble with barriers is that whatever the barrier is, some people can get past it, much the same way you might lock your car and sometimes people get in your car. no, the zoo is not negligent. >> reporter: many taking to social media criticizing the child's parents, a change.org petition calling for them to be held responsible for not supervising their child has nearly 300,000 signatures. but his mother saying in a now-deleted facebook post, as a society we are quick to judge how a parent could take their eyes off of their child. accidents happen but i am thankful that the right people were in the right place. monday, a special vigil held for harambe who was nicknamed handsome.
a memorial now growing. now word the federal government is investigating the incident, the gorilla exhibit here set to re-open on saturday. robin. >> all right, alex, thank you. joining us from miami is wildlife expert and communications director at zoo miami ron magill. thank you for your time this morning and your insight, ron. the zoo in cincinnati stand by the decision that they made. did they make the right decision in your opinion? >> they absolutely did, robin. this was a tragic situation. that gorilla was on loan to cincinnati from our zoo in miami so there is a personal connection there and having said that they made the right decision. i need to let you know that gorilla had no intention of hurting that child and i don't think anybody believes that. however, that gorilla was disoriented. he was agitated. he didn't understand his strength. if you watch that video you see how he takes that child into the corner. he's trying to get away from the commotion. the child is crying. the people are screaming. this was just a perfect storm of bad situations that ended in tragedy. >> you alluded to it, ron. some people felt when they saw
the gorilla holding the child's hand and other things that they thought the gorilla was trying to protect the child but you say that just isn't so. >> well, i don't think he's trying to protect the child. he's confused. he certainly wasn't trying to hurt the child but he didn't understand his strength. and when you see him whip him through the water, as the director said, that child could hit his head on the concrete. things you didn't see as he was lifting up the child he was banging the child on the rocks and this was becoming an escalated situation for the gorilla, he's becoming more and more upset. it was a horrible, horrible situation but that decision had to be made because had it not been made and that child had been badly injured or god forbid killed we'd have a much bigger decision about why didn't the zoo do something sooner. >> that's true. the three-foot barrier that we keep referring to and seeing, is there more that zoos there and across the country can do to protect those coming to see this wildlife? >> i can guarantee you all zoos right now are re-evaluating these barriers.
unfortunately, sometimes you say the cincinnati zoo that barrier was great for 38 years and then this happens and anybody who says we're fine, we're comfortable, no, i can tell you every zoo is re-evaluating everything right now. >> probably so. ron magill, thank you. let's bring in dan abrams to get more on this. a lot of anger about what the zoo did and at the parents, some people saying the parents should be held responsible. >> yeah, and then you got to look at this criminal suit. you got some people saying they should be charged with a crime. it's a misdemeanor in ohio about endangering children by not properly supervising them, thereby, opening them up to substantial risk. i don't think there's a chance the parents, the mother is going to be held responsible criminally. civil, separate question, but that would require the zoo effectively suing them. i don't think that's going to happen either. >> sorry. >> is there any chance the zoo could be sued? >> i think there is a better chance that the zoo is sued potentially by the parents so that the mother could say, look, the fact that a 3-year-old was able to get into that enclosure is in and of itself a problem. >> and it's tough because, you
know, when we all go to the zoo and they want to make it so it's -- you feel like you're there in their environment but you're not and it's just trying to protect us from them and also not make them so encumbered. it's so difficult. >> is this a tragedy no matter how you look at it. >> thanks very much. we're going to move now to new details of that deadly rampage in houston. multiple sources now identify the shooter as a young veteran who served two tours of duty in afghanistan and, amy, we're hearing now from his stepmother? >> we are, george, and we're learning more details this morning about dionisio garza iii, the alleged shooter at that houston tire and auto center who killed one and injured six others before eventually turing the gun on himself. his mother tells "gma" his family believes he may have been suffering from ptsd. the man allegedly behind sunday's deadly shooting now identified by abc station ktrk as 25-year-old dionisio garza iii. a u.s. army veteran with four tours in afghanistan. garza's stepmother speaking to
abc news overnight heartbroken and confused. >> we're devastated. you know, i can't help but think of all the families that were affected by this and it just wasn't him. that's not who he was. >> reporter: garza allegedly spraying shots around this houston neighborhood on sunday using a high-powered assault weapon. one person killed. six others injured. this gas station erupting in flames. his motive unknown. he was discharged from the army two years ago. >> i think he was haunted by everything that he saw there and he experienced there and i think it changes you. i mean, i don't know how you can go through what he went through and see what he saw and not have it change you or affect you. >> reporter: garza's identification not yet confirmed by police. but this morning, they are examining evidence that could belong to the shooter. ktrk getting a look at the contents of this military-style bag left at the scene. you can see bullets, earplugs and papers. the station reporting the bag to
houston police. garza's stepmother saying he was kind, loving, respectful and that nothing seemed out of the ordinary the last time she saw him. >> when i saw him, i mean, he was joking around. he hugged me and said hi when i came home. >> reporter: now, two of the injured were police officers. a 56-year-old man and the shooter both died from their injuries and authorities still searching for that motive this morning but a heartbreaking story all around, robin and george. >> so much so. >> thank you, amy. coming up here, new details about johnny depp's split from amber heard. what a neighbor says about the incident that night that's now making headlines. and the science between cheat days. we're talking about food, people. how could food, how could this food be part of a diet? >> i want to know. >> inquiring minds. >> i want to know. >> inquiring minds.
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as depp's exes and daughter speak out in his defense. abc's david wright has the latest. >> reporter: in europe with his band hollywood vampires, but back home, acrimony over his divorce getting uglier. >> johnny kept a low profile when he arrived in sweden monday. the concert venue was saying that they had calls to boycott the concert because of the allegations. >> reporter: friends and family are now publicly springing to depp's defense, refuting heard's accusation of domestic abuse. she claims depp went on a drunken tirade the night after his mom died, smashing an iphone into her face. in court, filing these photos that she says show bruises beneath her eye. on friday, a judge granted her a restraining order. the lapd says officers did respond to a disturbance at depp's house the night heard says the alleged incident took place but officers said there was no evidence of any crime. heard's attorney told abc news she declined to give a statement to lapd because she was trying
to protect the couple's privacy and depp's career. tmz is now reporting police sources tell them not only was amber free of visible injuries, she never even hinted johnny laid a finger on her, but in a court document a neighbor backs up her version of the story. meanwhile, depp's exes are siding with him. model vanessa paradis who has two children with depp wrote, "in all the years i have known johnny he has never been physically abusive with me," in a letter obtained by tmz. their 17-year-old daughter lily-rose posted this photo on instagram sunday writing, "my dad is the sweetest most loving person i know and everyone who knows him would say the same." a whole ugly mess playing out in the news media and in court. for "good morning america," david wright, abc news, new york. >> an ugly mess indeed. all right, coming up, adele shutting down a fan who was recording her concert and wait till you hear what she tells her. that's coming up next on "gma." coming up next on "gma." ♪
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incredibly talented young ladies will show us how it gets done. all that is coming up. maybe they'll teach me a little something today? >> are you putting on the toe shoes? >> watch out now. and, lara, you're going to talk about something we're all interested in when you're talking about being healthy and die yets. >> we are talking about cheat days. as you clarified, food cheat days breaking down the science behind the so-called cheat days like the rock talk about their favorite cravings on twitter all the time, so we wanted to know from you guys, tweet us your favorite cheat day foods and good choices, my friends. oh, yeah, the doughnuts, the burgers. now dr. ashton is here to break it all down. >> i got two words for you, popeyes. popeyes. >> that is all coming up. let's get the morning rundown now from amy. >> good morning, guys and the big story this morning, the battle for california heating up one week before voters head to the polls in that state's primary. hillary clinton now changing her campaign schedule.
she's canceled an event in new jersey so she can return to california early and campaign where she is running neck and neck with bernie sanders. sanders is attracting large crowds across that state as he addressed 20,000 people in oakland. animal rights protesters tried to storm the stage but the secret service intervened and sanders took it in stride and resumed his speech. meanwhile, donald trump is making an announcement today. he is revealing the names of the veterans groups that will get $6 million that trump says he raised for vets much the other big story this morning, the record flooding in southeast texas. parts of that state are swamped after nearly 20 inches of rain over the holiday weekend. the swollen brazos river is flooding towns and forcing evacuations. it's expected to crest today at nearly 54 feet. six deaths already blamed on the floods. meanwhile, a frightening scene in colorado. three tornadoes near the nebraska border but just minor damage reported. well, an 8-year-old girl is in critical condition after she was shocked while swimming in a backyard pool.
it happened in pennsylvania. the girl went into cardiac arrest when the pool lights were turned on and then apparently malfunctioned. at least two other similar cases have been reported in recent days. and back in march, a man in california died after jumping into electrified pool water. experts say pool owners should install low voltage lighting and a high-tech circuit breaker and have an electrician inspect your pool every year. well, in medical news researchers have found chicken pox may be a seasonal disease with more outbreaks reported in the spring. scientists use google to track the outbreaks and they also found google searches for chicken pox dropped in places where the vaccine is required demonstrating its effectiveness. from london this morning a candid moment for the young royal family. a look at this snapshot showing a casually dressed kate middleton tending to prince george as they took in a horse show. she was joined by family friend james meade, one of princess charlotte's three godfathers. and finally, one man thought he was being penny wise but he turned out to
be penny foolish. brett sanders of texas, he was angry that he got a $212 fine after he challenged a speeding ticket for going just nine miles over the speed limit. you see what he did there? he decided to pay the $212 fine in 22,000 pennies that he dumped on the clerk's counter in protest but, see, he counted wrong. he actually paid $8 more than he needed to but he got his point across. he feels pretty good about it so he said the town can keep the change. >> keep it. i knew that was coming. all right, amy, thank you for that. wow, what a scene. but now to "general hospital" actress kirsten storms trending huge on facebook this morning after revealing she's taking a break from the show due to suppress and her skin. joining us now with more is board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe. always great to have you here. so what are the most common types of problems here with your skin because of stress? >> stress can exacerbate psoriasis, eczema, acne, hair loss. you know, basically when
the brain senses stress, it triggers the production of a stress hormone called cortisol and when cortisol levels in the blood rise, that can in turn trigger symptoms in the skin, so it can lead to red patches because you're actually dilating the blood vessels that are feeding the skin. it can lead to itchy skin, increased oil production which can cause acne flares. the brain and the skin are very closely connected. you know, it can set you up for this sort of vicious cycle. >> yeah, because you become stressed because of the hair loss and then the hair loss -- >> the stress can trigger the condition and you can see the condition getting worse and that triggers more stress and can spiral out of control. >> what are some things you can do? >> simply seeking treatment and sort of better understanding the condition can really empower you. talking to a board certified dermatologist and expert in the field, sort of better understanding your options can give you a sense of control and, i think that when it comes to stress, it's that lack of control, you know, that makes the stress so much worse but, of course, if things get severe, if your traditional coping
mechanisms just are not effective, then you can seek out, you know, the advice of a clinical psychologist, somebody that can arm you with better tools to help you manage the stress. >> because we all have stress in various areas of our life, so what are some things we can do to keep it from affecting our skin? >> so, you know, try -- shoot for that seven to eight hours of sleep every night. you know, yoga, meditation, massage has shown to be very effective. breaking a sweat, getting regular exercise a couple times a week, so key for keeping those cortisol levels down. >> what about diet? >> diet plays a huge role. so, probiotics looking for yogurt with live active cultures has been shown to boost immunity and help strengthen our immune system. antioxidants and deeply colored fruits and vegetables, kiwi, strawberry and kale. avoid refined carbohydrates and saturated fats. they trigger inflammation and make things worse. >> always great to have you here. great information. stress is no joke.
i did not know this about the skin but other areas it affects. thank you very much. let's get over to michael with the "morning menu." >> all right, thank you, robin. here's a look at what's coming up on the "gma morning menu." the popular mommy blogger revealing her perfect posts were all a lie. now she's speaking out existing exclusively on "gma." and the science behind cheat days. does giving yourself a break help or hurt your diet? dr. ashton and j.d. roth are here live to talk about that. very important to me. plus, keep it here. fire up your grills, everybody. sandra lee is here. she's getting our summer off to a sizzling start. we're going to get some food. all that coming up live on "gma" in times square.
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[ making chewbacca sounds ] we all remember candace payne. that view, i think 153 million and counting, aka chewbacca mom and then she was -- she went to disney world. she was meeting -- chewbacca's great moment there at disney world. >> okay, ready. here we go. aaagh. >> we'll have a lot more of candace's day at disney world. >> she knows how to make you laugh. >> infectious. confessions of a mommy blogger making thousands of dollars with her posts but now revealing that the idealized images weren't real and faking it was hurting her family. "nightline's" juju chang here with the story. >> good morning, everybody. good morning, george. she was the wildly successful mommy blogger with sponsors lavishing her with vacations and product endorsements but she says the pressure of having to appear glossy and perfect and happy all the time
to keep those paid posts going started to feel like a sham but it's the way she quit her blog that is causing quite a stir. >> i was a mommy blogger and it consumed my life. >> reporter: josi denise says her picture perfect life on the american mama started out as a way to earn extra money. >> i had up to 50,000 unique viewers per month and i was making up to $1500 per blog post. >> reporter: for three years, the 27-year-old mother of three would stage and post nearly every moment of her life from birthday parties to family vacations, but she says it was squeezing the joy out of parenting and her marriage. life wasn't nearly as peachy as the pictures she posted. not even close. >> i was posting photos that were happy because i needed that post because i needed -- if it was a sponsored post especially i needed the happy photos, so if i had a deadline to meet the sponsored post and we weren't actually having a great time, i still needed to get those photos. >> reporter: feeling like she was living a lie, she quit the blog, and now she's revealing
what she says is a facade and exposing the world of paid posts. in a candid sign-off that's gone viral called dear mommy blogger, she writes, 90% of the fake nonsense i used to share on the internet as a mommy blogger writing about my fake life and oh, so happy marriage, they are pure bull. >> what josi is expressing about the insincerity of her posts is a problem with all social media whether you're a mommy blogger or not because we have this habit of only posting the most perfect images that make our lives look incredible. lives are just as messy as they are fun. >> reporter: today josi says she's much happier without the burden of a blog. >> i feel better about myself so i don't have the constant insecurity and need to post constant cheerful, positive messages online. it's definitely a relief to be able to be authentic. >> so you know bloggers with a lot of followers are called influencers and while most are paid about 125 bucks for a post, denise said she was eventually making up to
1500 for some of her posts but also said a lot of these mom, it's not about the money, it's about the validation and the prestige of having like a national ad campaign. >> and being authentic feels good. i think we should have bloggers put all the messy moments on. i would watch that. i think it would be freeing. >> that would get a lot of likes. >> i would like that. >> agreed. >> thank you, juju. let's go over to michael. >> all right, george, thank you. now to our weight loss win series. this morning we're breaking down the science behind cheat days. i cheat. i don't feel so good about it but i wondered do these indulgence days hurt or help my diet. abc's mara schiavocampo is getting to the bottom of it all. >> reporter: cheat days, an indulgent break from the drudgery of dieting often shared on social media. for the rock, mountains of fudge, peanut butter brownies and cinnamon buns. jennifer aniston goes for mexican food, and for the
kardashian, boxes of fried chicken. what do you see people eating on their cheat days. >> i see them eating everything from chips to cookies to popcorn. chocolate, cakes, huge sandwiches, pizzas, ice cream. you name it. >> reporter: but can giving in to cravings one day a week help your diet or hurt it? the science is hazy but some say cheat days may help by upping production of the hormone leptin, decreasing appetite and also helping the body burn more calories after overeating by increasing metabolism. they may also have a psychological benefit. kind of release a little bit of that pressure? >> you can feel motivated to stick to your diet plan because you know that you're going to have a day where you get to eat a little bit of whatever you want. >> reporter: but for a lot of people, these days may actually be counterproductive. if you gave me a full day to eat whatever i wanted, i could ruin weeks of good work. >> absolutely. you could take in upwards of 5,000 calories. that would be a disaster. >> reporter: experts say it can also be hard to get back on
track with a cheat day turning into a cheat week. >> when i counsel my patients, i actually don't talk about using cheat days. i talk more about moderation, have one meal that is a little bit more decadent. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> all right, joining us now with more, abc news senior medical contributor dr. jennifer ashton and j.d. roth, author of "the big fat truth." we're going to find out the truth here today. >> yes, we are. yes, we are. >> now, dr. ashton, you're board certified in obesity medicine. and now you have your masters in nutrition, so what is all the data tell us about dietary approaches to weight loss? >> first of all, in the medical nutritional science and behavioral science literature there is no term cheat day. that's something we make up in tv land and society and our every day-to-day life. what the data does show is you know what the best diet is, the one that works for us. okay, so that's very, very important, and then we have to remember that the term cheating is very subjective.
for one person it may be one cookie ever. for another person it might mean the entire bag of cookies so very, very subjective. >> i'm not going to tell you which person i am. now, j.d., you're the executive producer of "extreme weight loss" and on your show the contestants are given one cheat day because the trainer chris powell allows that but you don't necessarily agree with him. >> in six years it's the only argument we have gotten into. he's one of the greatest trainers on the planet, right? and an excellent guy but here's my issue with it. if you are a recovering alcoholic, do you go into a bar one day a week and have a drink? no, because you can't just have one. and the people i deal with are food addicts. they need to change their relationship with food and to have a sunday fun day, which is a day full of comfort food usually comes with a side of remorse after it's over and that's the part i have to deal with. a slippery slope.
what happens is you start restricting calories prior to your fun day then fun day comes and it's on eating as much as you can then you have to restrict again and now you're restricting and binging and now instead of just being overweight now you're an overweight person who also has an eating disorder and that's the part i worry about. >> and, doc, how do you feel about it? >> it's interesting that j.d. mentioned something we now talk a lot about in the weight loss world and obesity medicine world which is the parallel between having a real substance abuse or addiction problem like alcoholism and there's a principle that is well known in that world substance abuse, addiction world called harm reduction and what harm reduction means, kind of think of it as the difference between idealistic versus realistic saying we're going to agree that that behavior is going to occur. it gives you strategies to minimize the negative consequences that come along with that, so if you're talking about alcohol, you're going to drink, don't drink and drive and they're using the same principles with things like overeating, so it's just a different approach. in my book the best diets are the ones that are safe, simple and sustainable so you can stick with it.
>> working small indulgences in -- you go out with your friends. you say, oh, i can't have dessert. i'm on a diet. here's what you can do, be in control so order your dessert, have one or two spoonfuls, open up the salt shaker -- >> we just ordered some. >> and dump salt all over your dessert. that gives you a sense of control. you want tricks, here's a trick, fill up, give yourself the control and fill up a small dixie cup. put a little bit of chocolate ice cream in it. make one for monday, one for tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday then you know that's all you can have. and once you go in the freezer and you just eat that, that puts you in control. in the end what you perceive as hunger pain is really emotional pain and you need to manage that. >> well, thank you both for sharing. i mean, this is very important. >> hand over the ice cream. >> i have one for you too. >> all right, everybody, let's go outside to ginger. >> oh, i did have some bacon this morning. does that count? as a cheat day? so a very good morning to my new friends. what are your names? >> zoe. >> sydney. >> we're such good friends,
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oh, what a crowd we got. it smells like summer now. we've got this grill. mm-mm, mm-mm. i love it. back to george, robin and lara. >> save us some, ginger. "pop news" time, everybody. we're going to begin with a little something for our fans of james bond. you all have been trying to figure out would will replace daniel craig in the coveted title role. you may remember we talked about the odds favoring tom hiddleston. also up there, though, idris elba, tom hardy. well, bond director sam mendes is now saying that the next actor to suit up as the debonair spy will be someone we have not guessed yet. unofficially -- >> wow. >> wow. >> -- taking those top contenders out of the running. >> i threw george in there. >> i threw you in. >> no. george. >> hey, i'll take it. >> george, you would be great. yes. you would be yes, steph loss, i don't know -- >> what? >> well, i guess you would go with bond. anyway, we digress. >> you made her flustered. >> no, i didn't, america, he did
not make me flustered. so anyway, we did see hiddleston lunching with mendes last week. so, maybe they were just hungry and there was nothing to that. now we do need to take this into consideration, mendes is also confirming at the same time as he's sort of saying no to all of those that he will not direct the next bond, so there's that too. fans should trust producer barbara broccoli's ability to choose, he says. our fingers are crossed that we could see our first jane bond right there. >> oh. >> right there, everybody. >> you guys are like no, no, no. yes. >> yes. >> they put the camera on me. i'm going -- go so has a person been chosen or not? ? no, there's still massive speculation but they took hiddleston's name off of like like the betting boards in england because he had been spotted having lunch. now sam mendes says, none of those guys you thought. >> do we know when we'll find out? >> i think they'll do this to us because it's a big deal and want to revamp it. >> talking about it so they win. >> i do love the idea -- >> makes it more confusing because he doesn't have anything
to do with it now. >> that wasn't in the original copy but i feel it's fair i mention sam isn't the guy who is filming it so doesn't have a big say in it. but he is -- >> i'm so confused right now. >> i have some very special news. >> okay. >> this is big news for millennials and those who enjoy reading the bible. there you go. the world's most translated book can add another language to its long list of translations and it will leave you saying omg. bible emojis, scripture 4 millennials. notice it's called 4 as in the number. released by apple books that includes emoji versions of all 66 books of the king james' bible. >> come on. >> this uses internet slang and contractions, totals over 3200 pages. the release comes after research found declining rates of religion affiliation across the millennial generation. here is an example for you. it's the emoji version of genesis, and it says god called the light day and the darkness
he called night and the evening and the morning were the first day using emojis so that everybody can get into it. >> it would take me a lot longer. >> yeah. >> it reminded me of those old beer caps that had the puzzles under it. like this plus that plus that. yeah, i would just do the words. anyway, so there you go. this is a bible for all and then here's something for everybody too. say hello, will you, to grandma tillie. she's the polka playing accordionist with her dog nathan who will play us out for you. everybody. everybody.
good morning. we're just one week away from the california primary. bernie sanders is spending much of this week in our state. today he'll be in emeryville, santa cruz and monterey. tomorrow he'll be in davis and palo alto. sanders believes if he can win california, he will also win the presidential nomination. let's get an update on your morning commute. good morning, sue. >> good morning. let's go to 87 in san jose. this is in the northbound direction. here is the julian off ramp. traffic is a little sluggish as you can see going through the scene. southbound, we have an accident reported at the julian off ramp as well. let's take a look if we can get my computer to work. we have an accident in the oakland area. near highway 92. and that's really got traffic slow owl the way into oakland.
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it's going to get hotter friday and saturday. >> sounds g thank you so much, mike. we'll be back in 30 minutes and always on our news app. ♪lways on our news app. welcome back. terrific tuesday here at "gma." how about some terrific, amazing dancers on pointe with that hiplet dance routine. it's a combination of hip-hop and ballet. >> and you can see how good they are, and their performance has been viewed by more than 30 million people, 30 million times online. they came in from chicago and they're going to show us all their best moves in just a minute. >> that's one of them. they are great. >> they are. do you have your dancing shoes on because something tells me they're going to show you some -- >> not easy to dance on pointe. >> if you stay ready, you don't have to get ready. >> oh. that was a real drop the mike moment. >> my hamstring hurts. >> hammy, hammy. she's the mom making the world laugh. this video of chewbacca mom, candace payne, is facebook
live's most viewed ever. she recently stopped by here at "gma" and she told us all about her love for "star wars." well, now she's going to walt disney world and meeting chewbacca himself. [ shooub soups] she's the viral sensation with the force on her side. [ laughing ] >> oh, i'm such a happy chewbacca. >> reporter: candace payne, aka chewbacca mom taking facebook by storm racking up nearly 153 million views and counting. her infectious laugh has america lol'ing. what's been the best part of all this? >> in all honesty, the best part is sharing joy with people. >> we caught up with candace for some out of this world fun. >> you all know the captain? i like her. she's a lady. >> reporter: at walt disney world she even met the legendary wookie warrior himself. >> do you use any beard oil? >> no.
>> can we take a selfie? >> yes. >> okay, ready? here we go. oh! [ laughing ] i like that one. are we going to do duck lips. can you do duck lips? [ laughing ] oh, that one works. oh. i love you. >> i love you. >> oh, chewbacca loves me. >> reporter: a joyous day for this super fan. fireworks and all. >> when simple joys turn to extravagant joys, this is what you end up with. when you have a heart full of joy, it'll change everything. >> when she was here last week and was absolutely delightful, we knew she was going to disney world but we couldn't tell her but it was worth the wait for her. >> just loved every minute. >> uh-huh. michael. >> now, here's something else that is worth the wait, now the superstars behind that viral
video we've been showing you all this morning. this troupe of ballerinas from a chicago multi-cultural dance center calls this style hiplet and they're going to show us what they got. girls, take it away. ♪ if it ain't love ♪ why does it feel so good why does it feel good ♪ ♪ if it ain't love why does it feel so good ♪ ♪ why does it feel so good ♪ if it ain't love ♪ why does it feel so good if it ain't love ♪ [ applause ] >> well done. well done, ladies. i am now with the man who created hiplet, homer bryant. now, homer, 8 million views online. why do you think it took off so quickly? >> i think in order to stay relevant with young people, you have to do what they're doing now but we're training classical ballet, but put hiplet on pointe. >> how did you come up with this? >> back in the '90s,
we did rap ballet and hip-hop and we did the running man on pointe but keeping it relevant because they study classical ballet, take it to another level and they love it but they have to train in classical ballet discipline. >> wow, which can great. you also had some big -- you trained a lot of big people. lady gaga, sasha and malia obama. what kind of students were they? >> oh, very disciplined and very focused just like these young ladies are today. >> all right. now, i want to ask one of the younger dancers, jacksyn, where are you at? >> hi. >> you're 13. how long have you been doing this dance? >> i have been dancing for ten years since i was 3. >> and since -- was it ballet when you first started? >> yes. >> how do you like hiplet? >> i love hiplet because i love the movements we do and i love how freestyle and fun it is. >> okay. well, i want to learn some moves. and it's supposed to be fun and freestyle. that's me, so who is going to teach me? you scare me the way you're looking at me. hold that for me, homer.
what do you have here? >> the body roll. >> the body roll. >> okay. >> pas de bouree. >> pas de bouree. >> and then we got one more for you. >> you're on your toes doing that. oh, man. >> yeah, yeah. you got to get low. yeah. ♪ >> and what else you got? that is going to take me a while. you got anything at home, if somebody at home is watching right now, what is something they can do that you just get them up and get them moving this morning? let's do the jump. put your back into it. >> now how long do i have to do this before i learn how to get on my toes? you have special shoes on which i don't have on. so, homer, looking at what i just did, do i have a shot? >> yes, you do. absolutely. >> you can work with me. >> create a little bit of
practice and concentration, hard work, love and determination, you can do anything. that's the purpose of this. >> i love that. that's a great message with everybody with everything you do but go online, check out hiplet. homer it's great what you're doing. >> thank you for having us. >> girls, you're amazing but we're going to go outside to ginger and go ahead. let's dance it up a little. ginger, to you. >> michael, you look so good doing that. i don't even know how to say it. and i have to say that hurt my feet watching it. i know way too much to know that. hey, my friends from minnesota from which city? >> glenco. >> from glenco, 1,059 miles to get here to "gma." thank you, 21 years, 2 kids, a lot of work really. all right. let's go ahead and get a check of the forecast. we want to start with something in the houston area, of course, the flood warnings in place, today may be a drier day for most of you but more rain is on the way tomorrow night and then again by friday into saturday that upper level low will sit, just spin and unfortunately going to drench the areas that do not need it. look at the heat. we talked about that excessive heat watch.
close to records, 112 friday in phoenix. 115 by saturday. >> i am meteorologist mike nicco with the warmer-than-average temperatures in most neighbors. isis in the coast and the rest of us 80s and 90s. the seven-day outlook shows warmer on friday and saturday before a chance of a thunderstorm on sunday. >> all that weather brought to you by mazda. amy, we have the grill. now we added the watermelon. mm-mm. smells like summer. >> all right, save some for us, beginner. now to the love story so many can't wait to see. "me before you" based on the famous book is about to hit the big screen and it tells the tale of a young woman falling for the man she's caring for. i recently sat down with the author and movie stars, "game of thrones" emilia clark and sam claflin to talk all about it. >> i just want to be the man who's been to a concert with a woman in a red dress.
>> lou is a girl from a very small village. it falls on her to support the family. there is an opportunity that comes up for her to work with a quadriplegic man who lives in the castle in her village. >> and shaped by the most extraordinary chances. >> you meet will, sam's character. and so much life and then it was all taken away from him in an instant. >> he basically has everything. he's a very successful businessman. >> listen, i'm on in. we can close this. >> seems to have the life that everyone dreams of having. it's sort of changed drastically after a traffic accident. he sort of enters a very, very dark place until he gets this breath of fresh air into his life. >> good morning. >> for sam claflin the role required him to rely solely on facial expressions and the use of one hand bound by his character's physical limitations. did you lose 40 pounds? >> well, what was for me was that the character looked quite frail and quite weak.
>> stay. tell me something good. >> reporter: the book behind the movie first released in 2012 returning to the number one slot on "the new york times" best-seller list. look who is on the cover. >> yeah. >> what did you think when you saw this? it's got to be nice to be on the cover of a book. >> i have a real problem with my face. but she looks great. >> reporter: the author of both the book and screenplay, jojo moyes, explaining the intent behind the title. >> most of us have one bern that changes the way we think or encourages us to look outside our box and for me this is what this story is about. >> where did you get that? >> do you have a favorite scene? >> i loved filming the wedding sequence because it was just -- it was a joyful one for us to film. >> what do you say? are you going to give my me a whirl? >> i got to drive the >> wheelchair. it was really nice weather. >> she nearly killed both of us driving the wheelchair. >> and the camera. >> you're pretty much the only thing that makes me want to get up in the morning. >> the final scene between the two characters. >> that's where i had my tissues out. >> yeah. it sort of unlock ed something for me and
i basically spent the entire day sobbing. >> you can't change who people are. >> then what can you do? >> you love them. >> reporter: what do you hope people walk out of the movie theater feeling, thinking? >> i think the heart of it is a really beautiful love story. don't take the life that you have for granted. go out there and live it as fully as possible. >> i have become a whole new person because of you. ♪ never let you go >> i know. >> "me before you" opens friday. i'm not kidding. get those tissues ready. coming up, we have an exclusive look inside bachelorette jojo's closet. we'll be right back.
we're back now with the bachelorette and what goes with a gorgeous rose, a fabulous wardrobe, of course. jojo looking stunning at last night's rose ceremony. now she and her stylist are taking us inside "the bachelorette's" closet. abc's kayna whitworth has more. >> reporter: the guys. >> bring on the men. >> reporter: the drama. >> do you want to go outside. let's go because you're a coward. >> reporter: the hearbreak. >> i just want to find somebody that loves me. ♪ >> reporter: but the big star of this season's bachelorette,
check out jojo's wardrobe. before jojo takes off on her world tour of surprise exotic locations, "gma" got an exclusive inside look at jojo's traveling closet with the bachelorette herself and celebrity stylist carey feteman. >> welcome to my wardrobe room. >> oh, my gosh. this is wardrobe magic. with hot guys and glamour in tow, the ever trend-setting show now in its 12th season promises to be all glitz and high style. you are spectacular. >> thank you. this is one of my faves. it's amazing. >> i have a date -- a rose ceremony that i know that we're doing something spectacular so i'm willing to take one whole suitcase just for this dress. >> reporter: but that task of making her camera ready for every climate and every date. >> an interesting season. >> reporter: when you need heels and hiking boots in the same suitcase. >> same week, exactly. >> you know you'll have a good time. >> i have no clue what i'm doing half the time but some days i'll be wearing the hiking boots
during the day and then i'll put on a pair of stilettos at night. and you kind of just make both of them work. >> reporter: jojo says her style is casual bohemian but rompers are her go to. >> you don't have to worry if the pants match the shirt or if the shirt matches the shoes. it's one thing, you stick it on, they're comfortable. >> reporter: the romantic getaways spanning the entire globe makes preparing the wardrobe an exciting and daunting task. this season it's all climates. >> this is a spring coat. she's going to a country where she'll arrive and be getting off of a private plane and so that's all -- >> private plane and another country. this is very jackie o. just in case she goes on a motorcycle ride, she's fully ready. >> exactly. >> there's like 20 leather jackets. >> and yet this is her style. when every girl has only black bring pink leather. >> reporter: jojo admits leather is her favorite material. >> i love leather. i could do like leather pants, leather jacket, the all black. >> reporter: and just maybe chemistry and fashion will be the perfect combination for jojo and her mr. forever. for "good morning america," kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles.
♪ i want to see you smile we better start this segment before i eat everything. already one down. it is a treat we have for you now. we are so happy to welcome celebrity chef and a member of the "gma" family, the dear sandra lee. we are thrilled. >> thank you. >> she is going to be contributing to the show from time to time and are excited about that and this morning going to show us how to grill but first how are you doing? >> i'm very good. i'm good. i got my energy back. i'm with you, all of you. my family. so i'm happy. how are you doing? >> i'm doing great.
thank you. >> you look amazing. >> what's my next step? >> we're glad that the procedure went well last week and moving forward. you are busy because it was raining yesterday so people wanted to cancel this memorial day event and you said i'm showing up for your grandfather. >> it's important. our military showed up for us in all these wars and they did not say, i'm sorry, it's raining. i'm not going to serve today but got it done, and we should honor them and their families for it. oh, and that is my cousin, jack. he is going to be going to west point on saturday for his summer courses. >> oh, good for him. >> the tradition continues. >> our next generation. >> when we think of memorial day, of course, we think of those that served us and we also think about barbecue. yes, and grilling out and there is a question from somebody. one of your fans. she says, it's from caroline, she says, i always grill pork chops with barbecue sauce. how can i switch things up for a bit of a different flavor? >> a good question. this is a beautiful spread you can serve all summer long. wonderful for patriotic weekends, as well. we have another one coming up
soon. but a lot like to use barbecue sauce because it gives a lot of moisture. when you're talking about pork loin chops, they can get very dry because you have the tenderloin in there and also have the loin so you have to be thoughtful with those. the first thing i like to do, a little bit of mesquite rub, gives you a lot of flavor like a dry rub is gorgeous. >> that's better on the grill, isn't it? >> and then, you know, you can either oil the chops or you can oil the grill. if you oil the grill, you will get a lot of smoke on there so just depends what you want to do. >> that's a different way of going about it. >> that is just four to six minutes on each side. let's talk about bringing the moisture back in. if we don't have the sauce, we need to have the moisture. if you want something fresh and wonderful and that celebrates summer, let's talk about berries. so do you want to cook at all, lara? >> oh, yes. >> blueberries, one cup. raspberries. >> looks so patriotic, red, blue. >> cilantro, this a berry cilantro. this is just lemon juice and salt.
>> this is a stirrer, robin? >> go, go, go. >> that goes over the pork chops once you are done. >> oh. >> i'm going to do it on top of this one that's just done. >> wonderful. >> that's a great idea like that. that does have a different little twist. oh, sorry. >> lara is good at almost everything, but it's a spoon, baby. it's a spoon. >> robin tried to undermine me by giving me the wrong tool. >> i like how the spoon helps. >> i like how you crumbled the cheese. looks very patriotic. >> this is a summer salad. you start off with a beautiful lettuce that you love, and then there's strawberries, blueberries and some feta on top. a little vinaigrette. this is what you want at every party. this is the stuff. this is a little bit of dip underneath, vegetable dip covered with spinach then some sesame seeds and vegetables on top. >> dig in. >> oh, yeah. >> beautiful. >> isn't that great? >> that does look good. now that we've been very good, dessert. tell us about that. >> those are some amazing pink cupcakes.
now, if you have kids, they're fabulous because they're paint pots, but on patriotic weekends, of course, you just change the icing. >> what is a paint pot? >> what that is confetti cake mix. there is one tablespoon of oil in there, right, because you need a little bit of oil but there's three eggs and instead of extra oil, you're putting in sour cream so -- >> yum. >> you hear about -- >> i'll give it a taste test. >> okay. >> good. >> way ahead of you, baby. way ahead of you. >> robin. >> this one. >> exactly, and that is just your food coloring. >> it's so cute. what's giving it that sweetness? >> the sweetness, of course, it's just some milk and confection sugar and your coloring. >> i'll be honest with you, you're asking too many questions. just eat it. >> all right, all right. >> then you dip -- she wants to know. she wants to know. >> you can see these recipes on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! we'll be right back.
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good morning. this is your abc 7 morning news. meteorologist with our bay area forecast. good morning, mike. >> hi, everybody. we'll start with the current conditions. most of us are in the 60s and even 70s showing up in the inland neighborhoods. along the coast, still in the 50s. we'll be in the 60s today. 70s later on in the bay. 90s to 100 inland. it's only going to get hotter through saturday. >> all right. we'll still have metering lights on at the bay bridge. you're still stacked up. the drive from highway 4 and hercules to san francisco, about 50 minutes at this point. we also have a couple of accidents out there. we do have this accident just westbound 92. traffic is now jammed up in that direction as well. >> thank you, sue. time now for a live with kelly. we'll be back at 11:00 a.m. for the abc 7 miz day news. reporting continues now.
>> it's "live." from the new series, it's maya rudolph and the co-winners of the scripps national spelling bee take on the co-hosts in the to bee or not to bee. and our summer shred week and recording artist common joins coley -- joins kelly at the co-host desk all next on "live"! [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are kelly ripa and common! [applause] ♪