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so over the course of her 25 years on the oprah winfrey show, we have heard a lot from oprah, so over the course of her 25 years on the oprah winfrey show, we have heard a lot from oprah, but it's her nine-minute speech at the golden globes that has many of us reeling. >> and now it's those powerful words that are sparking talk of a winfrey presidency. even her longtime partner is weighing in. >> a presidential run is a possibility. >> our top story is the golden globe. empowering night all around. >> actively thinking about running for president. >> reporter: the talk of the town, oprah for president. of course erupting after oprah winfrey delivered a speech of presidential proportions at the golden globes. >> so i want all the girls watching here to know that a new day is on the horizon! >> reporter: she gave a master class in oratory that brought hollywood to its feet and the status quo to its knees. >> and when that new day finally
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dawns -- [ cheers and applause ] -- it will be because of a lot of magnificent women, many of whom are right here in this room tonight and pretty phenomenal men! fighting hard to make sure that they become the leaders who take us to the time when nobody ever has to say "me too" again. [cheers and applause] thank you. >> it was very powerful. it was very impactful. it was, there's no one else who does oprah like oprah. >> oprah is the greatest communicator in television of the last 50 years. it's one of the many things that hollywood admires her for. >> as oprah became the first black woman to receive the cecil b. demille award, she reflected
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on watching sidney poitier winning best actor. >> it is a long journey to this moment. >> his tie was white and of course his skin was black. i've never seen a black man being celebrated like that. >> reporter: before the speech heard round the globe, oprah winfrey was pushing boundaries. >> i'm oprah winfrey, and welcome to the first national oprah winfrey show! >> reporter: her show reflecting and proposing the national conversation into times of conflict and uncomfortable topics. >> and this child epidemic doesn't end until we are willing to do what these young girls have done. >> reporter: these themes and oprah's power on full display. >> oprah brought it full circle to where we are to where we're going in the future. >> reporter: but will the president include a president winfrey? longtime partner stedman graham told the "l.a. times" it's up to the people. she would absolutely do it. and there seem to be no shortage
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of potential supporters. byron pitts, abc news, new york. >> all right. our thanks to byron. when we come back, the "bachelor" drama. >> and will it be an acrobatic anthem for pink at the super bowl? "the skinny" is next. ayep, and my teeth are yellow.? time for whitestrips. crest glamorous white whitestrips are the only ada-accepted whitening strips proven to be safe and effective. and they whiten 25x better than a leading whitening toothpaste. crest. healthy, beautiful smiles for life.
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it's hard to open up. you know what i mean. >> i feel sad about you. >> i know. i know you made friends. >> this is not a sorority rush. it's "the bachelor." you're not there to make friends. you're there to get engaged to someone you'll never see again. ♪ skinny ♪ so skinny >> she's not sad about you, kendis. >> she's just sad about -- >> it's not you. it was another wild night of "the bachelor." arie's getting down to work in the second episode of the season. >> jack breaks it down for us, even though he wasn't there and was home watching college football. but somehow he knew exactly what
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was going to happen during the episode. >> jack sheaan, episode two. arie season of the bachelor. this whole thing started with 29 women, for those counting, we're already down to 21. so arie's getting rid of them fast. long may that continue. anyway, one thing that was expected, time for the first one on one date. >> becca kay. >> oh, that had to hurt. >> every one of us was like, i want to be becca so badly. >> oh, here we go. >> i've never about on a motorcycle before. >> see you, girls. >> time for the first group date. >> let's hit love head on, arie. >> with race car driver arie. there had to be a demolition derby. drama was sure to follow. >> i can't stop crying. i'm so scared. >> get the tissues. >> when i was a kid i was riding bumper cars, and i got trapped in the middle and everybody kept
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hit me, and i was just crying and i hated it. hitting me and hitting me. >> it didn't take long for the drama to restart. she never stood a chance. that wasn't nice. >> oh! >> that's going to leave a mark. >> i hope arie's proud. >> the kissing bandit still living up to his name. >> she is very beautiful. >> more loud kissing, please. rose ceremony time. arie, ladies, this is the final rose tonight. >> bianna. >> time for some to head for the door. she got emotional. >> he literally picked the taxidermist over me. >> let's hope all the research is coordinated. analyst out. >> just absolute genius. by the way, if you want to know how he does it, i just posted a
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video on our abc wnn instagram page how he does svengali thing, how he knows what's happening. we are less than a month away from the super bowl taking place in indianapolis and we're learning more about the performance. >> as we already know that justin timberlake is going to be headlining the halftime show which i'm very excited about personally. but last night we learned someone else -- pink, she has confirmed she will be singing the national anthem. she posted this image along with the message "see you at the super bowl." >> most recently, of course, you may have noticed that pink was up to amazingness here. scaling the side of a high-rise building there in los angeles for the american music awards. so we're going to see if she brings her harness, the u.s. bank stadium, the height is 400 feet. >> i like her tights. >> absolutely. and surely she can't top our most recent favorite.
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lady gaga. two years ago, chest pump. before the fighter jets came whirring overhead. >> what an epic chest bump. oh, oh, oh. ♪ >> that was tough to beat. >> i will say that was pretty tough to beat. but pink may have big shoes to fill. i don't know if she could do worse than this singer. at a hockey game, she stopped twice, walked off. but then wait for it, she gains just enough confidence to come back, and then oh. the poor thing wipes out on the ice. i give her so much credit for coming back at least. >> lucky to be indoors at indianapolis, so she won't have to worry about any sort of ice. >> that's painful. she's in heels, too. on ice. coming up in the bonus round, the potential x file on
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the 2020 election. >> what may have accidently been revealed.
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♪ ♪ ♪ lookin' for some hot stuff ♪ baby this evening ♪ i need some hot stuff baby tonight ♪ >> donna summer or just? >> ooh, we've got hot stuff. >> tssss. yes, we do. because the queen of disco is heading to broadway. >> she is. >> the legendary donna summer and all of her dance hits will be heard in summer, the donna summer musical. >> the show is going to feature three different actresses portraying the late singer in various stages of her life with 20, that's right, 20 of her classics, including "hot stuff,"
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of course. plus, i want to tinge it with you ♪ that that girl 66 >> was that donna? >> that's how i interpreted it. i sing it on the radio. ♪ love to love you, baby >> i'm trying to think of whose version of "bad bad girl." you make me feel so good. >> my hope is that it turns into an abba musical. everyone's dancing. >> abba's got the whole thing called "mama mia." >> i want people dancing in the isles to donna summer. >> we get to check it out, because previews begin in march. set for april 23rd. next is possible proof of election fraud. the news coming from deeper than the deep state, the x-files. >> the truth is out there. actor and star of the revived show received a star on the walk
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of fame. even though this was anderson's big day, there was another star on everyone's mind. >> what's your take on president oprah? >> on president oprah, she has my vote. she has 200 of my votes. >> anderson apparently has 200 votes. >> is that in a 1960s chicago-kind of way voting? and how awkward, it's your big day and all people are asking about, what do you think of oprah? >> i'm used to it. people ask us all the time. what do you think of oprah? >> okay. we'll say happy birthday again today for maggie. i'll always say birthday wishes. >> thank you. >> happy birthday to kate middleton. >> i was royalty also. kate middleton duchess of cambridge and future queen mum, wife of prince william turns 36
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good good tuesday morning, everyone, i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm maggie rulli in for diane macedo. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." high-stakes talks right now on the korean peninsula. north korea has agreed to take part in the olympics. south korea wants the delegations from both countries to enter the opening ceremony together. they're hoping more talks are on the horizon. we have a full report straight ahead. president trump is holding a bipartisan meeting today hoping to find common ground on protections for the so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers. as the government shutdown looms democrats are refusing to agree to $18 billion in funding for the border wall. breaking overnight, that highly classified u.s. government satellite launched by spacex now appears to be a total
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loss, failing to reach its target orbit. and tuscaloosa, alabama, the agony, then the ecstasy. fans of the crimson tide celebrating the second championship in the past three years. the highlights ahead. man, they are pumped. >> roll tide. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> so it was the opposite sort of range of emotions in athens, georgia. because they were excited in that first half and then ahh. >> they were so close. so close. >> that's why they play four and a half quarters apparently in football. >> the overtime is a sham. i'm saying that. >> it's a conspiracy. >> it is. we will start this half hour overseas and the breaking news, a rare agreement or the korean peninsula. both sides coming to the
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negotiating table. you have the rising tensions over kim jong-un's nuclear arsenal. >> north korea has agreed to send a delegation to take part in the olympics next month. it could lead to more talks about more pressing issues. >> reporter: kendis and maggie, the two countries are finally communicating in 25 months. the mood here very positive. north korean officials walked across the borderline early morning at the truce village, with staff and reporters. talks ongoing in the house of peace on the southern side. a pretty spectacular suggestion from the north, let's open the meeting to live broadcast. their confident leader saying he wants to show their sincere efforts in the talks and make it transparent. the south countered, suggesting going live later if necessary. north koreans are also boasting they're here to give the entire
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nation a new year's gift with a precious conclusion. the north wants to send high-level officials, athletes, group of cheerleaders and their tae kwon do demonstration team. the south suggested resuming military talks and discussed denuclearization, but was quickly ignored. overall, though, reaction here in seoul is full of optimism. the north showing very strong determination to make this work out. since they hope this opportunity could lead to a groundbreaking momentum towards peace on the korean peninsula. kendis, maggie? >> johee, thanks so much. now to another breaking story. california is getting hit with its first major rainstorm in a year. >> the rain is falling overnight from practically one end of the state to another. as much as nine inches could fall in some areas, and the same areas stripped of brush during the wildfires last fall could get plenty of rain. >> this is serious. there are flash flood watches and warning overnight. some people are spending the
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night in hotels, taking no chance. >> several residents have been ordered to evacuate. with officials going door to door to notify them. it's not just the fear of a torrent of water washing down on homes but what that water might bring with it. >> it looks like it could get a little muddy, a little scary. our side of the street not so much, but up at the end of the street there's a lot of debris flow. >> the storm is also drenching northern california, also hit hard by wildfires. so far no evacuations have been ordered in santa rosa, located about 50 miles north of san francisco. but crews are keeping an eye on the burned areas there as well. california is not the only weather trouble spot this morning. >> paul williams from accuweather is keeping an eye on all of it. good morning, paul. >> good morning, kendis, maggi. the rain was much needed, but we're going to have too much of a good thing with debris flow
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and snow further inland and increasing wind conditions as well. spotty showers in georgia, florida. and then seasonal weather but chilly throughout the northeast. here comes another storm. we're looking for wind swept snow, blizzard conditions and difficult travel for wednesday night going into thursday. and then by late week we are preparing for another blast of icy conditions and snow throughout the ohio valley region as well as the northeast and rainy along the east coast. kendis, maggi? >> more arctic blast. thanks, paul. the nation paid a record price for a string of natural disasters in 2017. three major hurricanes, plus wildfires, hail and other events led to $306 billion in losses. that's nearly $100 billion more than the mark set in 2005. the federal government says the hurricanes were especially costly, harvey, wilma and maria
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were the most expensive in history. after an intense manhunt, police say they have arrested a suspect accused of killing a deputy during an armed home invasion south of tacoma. here's clayton sandell. >> reporter: in washington state, investigators say an accused cop killer has just been captured. 34-year-old sheriff's deputy mccartney was responding to reports of an intruder at a home south of seattle. when mccartney arrived six minutes later, he chaseded two suspects who had taken off. investigators say one pulled a gun. you can hear mccartney on the radio. put it down! in the gun battle one got away. one was killed. officers rushing deputy mccartney to the hospital, but he did not survive. >> bravery shows, he took off after them.
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>> reporter: mccartney was a navy vet, married with three young boys. he had been with the sheriff's department for three short year. he is the fourth law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty in 2018. denver. the russia investigation may soon lead to president trump coming face-to-face with special counsel robert mueller. abc news has confirmed that mueller's office will likely request an interview with the president. sources say mueller himself raised the possibility last month at a meeting with trump's attorneys. the president has not ruled out an interview. so far, though, no details on the scope of the question or the time frame. the president's daughter is the latest to praise oprah winfrey's golden globes speech. despite speculation that winfrey could run for president, the #oprah 2020 went viral during her moving speech. backstage when oprah was told about the oprah 2020 hash tag she said i don't, i don't, when asked if she planned on running. this is what she told her long-time friend gayle king.
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>> 2020, i'm wondering if you've narrowed down your short list of vp candidates? she's lost her mind. no, i haven't. >> no, i haven't. >> i was thinking of the show. "20/20." people ask about it all the time. >> even i have been thinking the rules have changed. >> there will be no running for office of any kind for me. >> that's gayle with that great face, even though she can just call up oprah and say, hey, what are you thinking? they also stedman, "l.a. did, if she would run for president and he said it's up to the people. she would absolutely do it. and it's reported that she is actively thinking about running. the versace family is discounting the upcoming series.
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donatella is slashing out in a statement slamming the american crime story is an unauthored work of fiction. versace was the object of obsession by andrew cunanan who was accused of going on a cross country murder spree killing four men and turning the gun on himself. 21st century fox production standing by the production saying is based on the popular movie. so what were they thinking, with this controversial ad for h &m. it shows a black child in a hoodie that reads "coolest monkey in the jungle." monkey has long been used as a slur against african-americans. >> how did that get past? >> the grammy winner the
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weekend. responded by ending his association with the company. he tweeted woke up this morning shocked and embarrassed by this photo, am deeply offend. >> nothing can go wrong. >> they don't even think's controversial in that meeting. for most of us, the word beach conjures up images of hot sun, warm sand, somebody putting sunscreen on my back and a pina colada. >> how many of us appreciate the stark beauty of the beach in maine in january. this video of a beach comber ice skating along the shore was captured by pete lakosy frozen long sand beach in maine. >> he joked that the video is proof that every day is a beach day in maine. >> that's pretty. it's peaceful. >> is that true? i've been to maine. that water's cold. >> and the air is even colder. >> the water's cold in the middle of july.
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i can't imagine it in the middle of january. coming up, some of the coolest futuristic gadgets around and they're all in one place. we're checking out some of the highlights from the consumer electronics show in las vegas. and the crimson tide rolling over georgia in an overtime thriller. we're going to atlanta next. but first a look at today's forecast. "world news now" weather, brought to you by united health care. if you have medicare parts a and b and want more coverage. guess what? you could apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan whenever you want. no enrollment window. no waiting to apply. that means now may be a great time to shop for an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. medicare doesn't cover everything. and like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, these help cover some of what medicare
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take a look at that excitement. that's scene in tuscaloosa after alabama's epic win over georgia to claim yet another college football title. >> they've been there before, but they're acting like they haven't. it's the fifth time in nine seasons alabama has won a national title. so you'd think fans might be used to it by now. >> can't have too much of a good thing. but monday's win over the bulldogs might be extra special. take a look. >> fires to the end zone.
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touchdown! alabama wins! the crimson tide will not be denied! alabama, nick saban, where he is talking to bear with his sixth national championship. >> was that a good game or what? >> a great win, man, i'm so happy for alabama fans. great for our players. unbelievable. >> it's the boast thing in the world, man. >> we are built for this. we work for this all day, every day, every day, roll tide! roll tide! >> roll tide! >> roll tide! >> this moment, it means the world. but at the same time, i mean, all glory goes to god, you know, i can't describe what he's done for me and my family, you know. who would have ever thought i'd have been here right now on this moment. so thank god for that. i'd just like to thank my teammates and coach saban for
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giving me that opportunity. >> great competitiveness on this team. great mental toughness. and i'm really, really proud of this team for what they did tonight. >> what were your emotions as you watched the ball fly through the air? >> i couldn't believe it. could i not believe it. >> did you know a touchdown? >> i know seattle, and when i saw smitty come open on the other side, i said this is it. >> it was crazy, man. i did it. >> it's like the happiest moment of your life. it is for me. it is. >> i'm just happy for all these folks here. i'm happy for all these folks. i'm happy for our players. this is a great win for our players and i've never been happier in my life. >> never? >> never. >> we're the champions, that's all i need to say. >> enough said, right there. >> enough said. >> we'll be right back.
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♪ >> we've been talking about super bowl and football. >> yes. >> this is the super bowl for technology. ces. anybody who wants to see cutting edge technology and gadgets, go there. >> so far, it's been about smart tvs and smart technology, but as rebecca jarvis found out there's more than creature comforts out there. >> reporter: this is called the air band. it's about the size of an apple watch and it can detect pollutions and toxins in the environment real time. and i want to give you a sense of that. this is a bottle of ammonia. many people in their household products will have ammonia. in their household products. if we open this bottle we close the ammonia in with the device, here you can see in very real time, and this is something expectant mothers would want to know about, families would want to know about, schools, hospitals would want to know about. you can see in real time the
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toxins and pollution in the environment right here. you see the yellow right here? that is the area surrounding where we are, the green is the area outside. the yellow indicates that there are more toxins in our environment, and right here you can see that ammonia right there. the yellow line that starts rising, that is the ammonia as it rises in this environment and becomes less safe for us to be in. the robotics team is here from france, you can show us how he dances if you'd like. so he can do everything from tell us the weather at least he could a few minutes ago, from telling us the weather, to telling us a joke, to dancing. this is going to come out later this year in september. hopefully, by september, hopefully, heel be good to go by september, yeah? >> exactly. >> reporter: they're marketing buddy to everybody from families to senior citizens, the elderly, he can dance. here he is. he's dancing. go buddy. it's your birthday.
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go sit in the corner, buddy. ♪ buddy will come out later this year for $1500. one of the things that can come here at ces, while there's a ton of amazing technology, one of the things we don't have at ces are a number of women keynote speakers. there has been this #ces so male, yes. they've taken buddy out of picture, but there are so many women here behind all these incredible products. we would love to see women like the aero-noss women. there are six scientists with it that helped create this product. they want to see more women and we're not seeing them. that's why there's the hash tag ces so male because we haven't seen female keynote speakers. >> it is important. i used to attend ces. and it used to be one of the weirdest, weirdest conventions, meetings of conventions. you'd have the consumer
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electronics and then you'd have the adult porn video taking place at the same time. >> which one were you at?
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he wasn't hurt by the way. >> oh, okay. but i assume he was taken into custody. >> he was. police say only his pride was hurt. speaking of somebody whose pride was not too hurt, because it has worked out for shia yearwood in north carolina. so, here's her mug shot, looking all good with that weave. >> a fabulous mug shot. >> that is like malaysian hair. that is not just the stuff you get down the street. so they posted her mug shot, and it was so popular that she has actually gotten a lot of people hitting her up for business. she's a hairstylist. she was arrested for violating a domestic protective order last week and since then there have been 4500 people who have retweeted the photo and she's gotten a lot of calls. >> when life gives you mug shots, you turn it into a business. is that a thing? >> turn it into a business. we have to say her hair's on
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point. those braids are on point, so -- >> nice work. this one hits a little close to home for me. so, as you all know, reporters often get sent into the field in crazy situations. this reporter from the bbc got sent inside a lemur enclosure. as he soon finds out, these are wily little creatures. the poor guy doesn't know where to go. they're crawling all over him. they start biting his fingers. i love that he's trying to keep a straight face. >> are they usually this nasty? >> funny you should ask. yes, i, too, was once sent to cover lemurs. this was ryan the lemur. he was very friendly. a little too friendly. >> really? >> he scented on me. >> doesn't that mean something? >> it does. it does. my arm was wet and -- >> you should have said me too. that was the original me too.
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this morning on "world this morning on "world news now," rolling to another title. >> college football's biggest night. the president on the field. how nick saban's gutsy call to replace his quarterback paid off. and breaking overnight, after years of rising tensions, north and south korea are talking, face-to-face. shaking hands even, making plans for february. it is the month of love for valentine's day, but they're planning to head to the olympics together and beyond. we'll tell you more. and is oprah running in 2020? what her long-time partner reportedly said about after the golden globes, that's making so many people wonder if she's really considering a run for the presidency. and don't look behind you just yet. there's a giant tiger lunging for your head. how this one ended up later in the mix on this tuesday, january
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9. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> oh, boy. man, they are rolling tide all the way. >> roll tide! >> two hours plus away to tuscaloosa. take a look at some of the celebration downtown tuscaloosa. i think everybody in that town came out for this amazing, amazing victory overnight. >> they've been waiting for this, they wanted to win back the title. but i have to say, i'm a georgia peach. i was born in georgia. so it hurt a little bit that the dogs lost. >> it is what it is. >> oh, well, go bama. >> we'll start with the stunning comeback in the college football national championship game. >> it's tough to be a football fan in atlanta. they lost last year's super bowl in a dramatic fashion to the patriots. and in the last few seconds, in a big night for college even with the president in attendance. was he saying roll tide? >> he was saying roll tide. everybody was saying roll tide.
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the night starting with the president taking to the field to a mix of cheers and boos, flanked by rotc students from both schools. he sang a few words of the national anthem performed by zac brown band, and with people still waiting outside in the rain, someone projected a vulgar sign directed at the president. inside, despite a leaky roof, kickoff. alabama with an early wild interception. but after that, with their bulldogs looking on, georgia dominated the first half with plays by sony michel. setting up the first field goal, rodrigo blankenship, nicknamed hot rod known for goggles and pink cleats, nailing it from 41 yards out, doing it again minutes later. the president watching it all with the owners of the atlanta falcons. also in the stands, samuel l. jackson. working on his selfie game.
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the dogs in the house with their first touchdown. second halftime for alabama. backup qb replacing jalen hurts. both teams are being led by guys who were in high school last year. within minutes, the tide on the board. georgia responds with an 80-yard touchdown reception. but the game is tied 20-20. with less than four minutes to go, it's the final drive and alabama with all the momentum, a field goal to win the game, but it's wide. overtime. georgia with the first chance to score. hot rod nailing it. but seconds later, alabama with the ball, a 41-yard pass from true freshman to true freshman, 26-23, alabama. >> that's got to burn. it's got to hurt to be an atlanta fan there in athens, georgia, as well as anywhere in georgia for that matter. >> when you said they were in high school last year.
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>> yeah, those guys, yeah, incredible. so there was, you know, this is starting to be a trend. you know we had it after the world series, and then here again on the field after the game here. >> if you don't spoil it. what's he going to do? >> don't look, brother. did she say yes? >> that looks like a yes to me. it looks like a yes. >> there you go. >> okay, okay. >> one of the linemen for alabama. >> a national championship and a wife. >> yeah. national championship, engagement. it's all downhill. [ laughter ] i would prefer for her to propose to me. that would be the nice thing. >> after she wins the football national -- >> more coverage, yes, more coverage on the game throughout the morning but we're going to move on to the breaking news. thousands of california residents have been ordered to evacuate because of possible flooding and mudslides. >> they cannot catch a break. the region is getting its first major rainstorm of the year.
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some of the heaviest rain. it's almost exactly where the largest wildfire in state history stripped thousands of acres of ground cover. >> the burned-out ground could wash away, creating mudslides and sending all of the debris from the wildfires, smashing into homes. ventura residents are taking no chances. you see them filling sandbags and putting them in place. >> either we sandbag and help ourselves out from having more disasters than what we've had, you know, we might just make it. >> crews have as cleared catch basins and storm sewers and set up roadside barriers. the peak of the storm is expected to hit overnight, right now. >> let's get the details from paul williams at accuweather, good morning, paul. >> good morning, kendis, maggie. looks like the much needed rain might be too much of a good thing. widespread rain, heavy downpours causing burn scar flooding, debris flow. but lowering snow levels
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increasing winds that's going to enhance the possibility for possible mudslides. then we're looking for the rain, the precipitation to move along the north west coast and with wednesday, changing over to snow in the mountainous regions. kendis, maggie. breaking overnight, the first high-stakes meeting between north and south korea in years. the north koreans have agreed to take part in the winter olympics next month. and south korea wants the two teams to march together. officials from pyongyang listened but did not react to talks that could lead to further discussions after years of rising tensions. turning now a potential face-to-face between the special prosecutor and the president. abc has confirmed that robert mueller's office will likely
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request an interview with president trump as part of the russian investigation. but the scope of any such meeting has yet to be worked out. here's abc's kennith moton. >> reporter: president trump down south, touting his first year in office in front of farmers at a convention in nashville. >> oh, are you happy that you voted for me. you are so lucky that i gave you that privilege. >> reporter: that 2016 campaign for president, part of rocket mueller's investigation, but it's already resulted in a guilty plea and indictments. abc news has learned last month in a meeting mueller told trump's personal lawyers his office is likely to request a interview with the president. of course, the direct knowledge of the conversation said it's not the first time mueller's indicated his team's desire to speak with mr. trump. >> if robert mueller asks you to come speak to his committee personally, are you committed to that? >> just so you understand, there's been no collusion. >> reporter: trump said over the weekend at camp david, he and his team have been open in the
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probe. mueller's also investigating whether there was possible obstruction involved in trump firing fbi director james comey. >> when you've done nothing wrong, let's be open. and get it over with. >> reporter: sources say the president's legal team has been discussing options in responding to mueller's interview request. >> my guess is his lawyers are going to offer to submit some sort of written statement, something that assures them that he didn't do anything wrong. that's not what mueller wants. >> reporter: sources also tell abc news there's no time frame on when this interview could happen with the president. trump and the legal team are eager for this investigation to end soon. maggie and kendis. >> thanks to kenneth moton there from abc. mitt romney's prognosis is good, we're told, after an aide confirmed the former massachusetts governor battled prostate cancer. romney was diagnosed with that slow-growing form of the disease last summer. it was removed surgically and the aide said the cancer did not spread. the cancer comes amid speculation that romney will run for u.s. senate in utah. ivanka trump has just tweeted her praise for oprah
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winfrey's golden globe's speech. >> of course that has sparked fresh talk of a run for president in 2020, something winfrey has shot down in the past, but sources tell cnn, it's something she is actively thinking about. here's abc's david muir. >> reporter: oprah spoke of being inspired by the women who have felt strong enough to speak up. >> i want tonight to express gratitude to all the women who have endured years of abuse and assault, because they, like my mother, had children to feed and bills to pay and dreams to pursue. [ applause ] >> reporter: and during her speech, the hash tag going viral, oprah 2020. >> so i want all the girls watching here now to know that a new day is on the horizon! [cheers and applause]
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when nobody ever has to say "me too" again. thank you. >> reporter: the l.a. times asking oprah's long-time partner, stedman graham if she'll run for president. he says it's up to the people. she would absolutely do it. winfrey said in a brief interview backstage that oprah 2020 was circulating on twitter, when asked if she planned to run, i don't, i don't she said. and this is what she said to her friend gayle king. in october. >> in 2020, i'm wondering if you narrowed your short list of vp candidates? >> she's lost her mind. no, i haven't. >> it took me a minute to follow. >> 2020. i was thinking of the show. people ask it all the time. even now i am starting to think the rules have changed about running for president. there will be no running for office of any kind for me. >> reporter: david muir, abc news, new york. >> there's still a little bit of a room. >> there's still some room. i would love to see oprah.
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maybe she'll give everyone cars as president. >> she's so popular, no matter who it is in this country, such a divided country, there will be hate on the other side, even if she runs, so to put herself in that element is a tough one. >> maybe a loss loss. all right, coming up, trolling, the teacher. how one student used homework to vent and the concept of homework. and while other a-listers were on the red carpet, j. lo and a-rod were in puerto rico. helping residents recover from the hurricane. you're watching "world news now." you're watching "world news now."
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check whether any one may have been trapped. luckily that house was empty at the time. neighbors say it had just been put on the market. investigators are still trying to determine the cause of the fire. we've learned three former new york city fraternity brothers will spend time behind bars for the hazing death of a pledge. michael deng collapsed running a retreat in pennsylvania in 2013. three members baruch college, a fourth received probation. the fraternity is banned from pennsylvania for ten years. we're still waiting to learn the motive behind this wild scene at a transportation center. >> a man drove this police suv into the waiting room at the hoboken transit center. the man found the suv with the keys inside, locked the doors and then hey, road trip. he slammed into the building. investigators say he purposely
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avoided hitting pedestrians. all right, coming up, jennifer lopez and alex rodriguez on an urgent and personal journey to puerto rico. >> we'll have what the residents still need most after the hurricane hit. that's next on "world news now." hurricane hit. that's next on "world news now." i'm never gonna be able i'll take a sick day tomorrow. on our daughter's birthday? moms don't take sick days... moms take nyquil severe. the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine.
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we're back now with j. lo and a-rod in puerto rico where tens of thousands are still reeling from hurricanes maria and wilma. >> yeah, abc's lynda lopez was on ground with them. >> i stand here today in black doing the same from far away, and it's the same thing with here in puerto rico. we want to be treated equally. >> reporter: as some of hollywood's brightest stars wore black in solidarity on the golden globe, jennifer lopez joined in over 3,000 miles away in puerto rico, accompanied by her boyfriend, alex rodriguez. >> i could have been there, but i wanted to be here, i chose to be here. i'm here, i want you guys to know i'm dressed in black, too, even though i'm far away in puerto rico. >> reporter: the island ravaged by hurricane wilma and maria,
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the storm destroying thousands of homes. leaving many americans without electricity and running water to this day. >> i'm a little scared what i'm going to see. >> reporter: we fle puerto rioco 109 days after maria. >> it was important to come down and see with our own eyes. >> reporter: it's the first time you've been here since hurricane maria. >> when we flew in we saw all the blue tarps on the roofs, which is an indication the roofs haven't been fixed yet. we had high hopes that it was going to be further along than it is, but there's still a lot of work to be done. >> tonight we are here as one voice. >> reporter: back in october jennifer and other celebrities raising $25 million in a telethon. on this trip, allocating funds to some of the island's most devastated residents. i remember right when the hurricane happened talking about the big efforts.
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>> she would be crying, looking at social media. i know that you guys were looking for some family members and you sent security down here and thank god that you found them. but look, one thing is to raise money. the other thing is to actually fly down here, feel the warmth of the people. see the beauty of this island. >> we just want to be treated equally. we're americans. we're here to kind of shine a light and let everybody know, like he said, we're in our first inning. we have a long way to go. >> reporter: on the ground, we visit a women's health center responsible for delivering hundreds of babies after maria. equal health care access, a cause close to jennifer and alex's hearts. >> it's personal to me, because i come from a single mother. and i know how difficult it is to be a single mother with two siblings and she took care of all three of us. she had two jobs. i see jennifer, who has probably, i don't know, ten jobs, and is the best mother i've ever met. >> reporter: and this home of an elderly man desperately needing
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a new roof. the home of this man still with a hole in the roof. we've got a blue fema tarp covering this opening. he has no front door. it's leaning on the wall of this home. and they've been without power in this home since hurricane maria. overcome with emotion after learning that some of that money will replace that blue tarp. >> what's it feel like? to know that you can do that for them? >> you know, it's funny, you do what you can. you know -- you hope it's going to help. >> reporter: through it all, amidst the devastation, the island is resilient, and many hopeful. so if one word, what's your emotional state at the end of the day after meeting all these people and seeing what you've seen? >> i'm hopeful. i feel hopeful. i feel that they gave me hope. >> reporter: i'm lynda lopez in puerto rico. >> love that they got in a few moves as well. it's emotional for lynda as well, of course, both her
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>> like most people who go to the waffle house in the middle of the night you don't really remember. >> i remember my last waffle house experience because it was on a shoot working overnight and it was the only place open in walking distance where i got to use their restroom and i ate a lot of waffles there in the middle of the night, 100% sober. they're delicious. i have that fact for you. all right. so, we go plenty of places for the instagram. and there's some photos where it's just like a little bit way too much. take a look at this scene in china. this is at an animal safari park. this guy's like i'm going to take a picture here with this tiger that's here behind me. nothing wrong with this. >> rrrrarrrrr. >> i've seen this video so many times. >> the tiger pouncing on the glass when the man turned around. >> he's out for the kill.
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>> he lost his breakfast. we also had to check his underwear after that. >> the other thing is he didn't get the selfie at the time of the attack. that would have been great on the dating profile, that tiger selfie. you know, kendis, if there's one thing everyone universally hates, it's homework. right? talk to your inner fourth grade self. >> yes, way back when. >> finally, there's a student out there getting back at teachers for assigning homework over the holidays. a teacher assigned them a homework assignment to take place over the holiday break. take a look at the answers. i love this. they are very straight to the point. he had to use specific words to pop in a sentence. every single word was used in a sentence about how much he hated homework. he's a 7-year-old boy. his mom says he came up with the answers all by himself. my favorite at the end. save trees, less homework. >> he was successful in the end. >> he's a little environmentalist. >> smart k
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this morning on "world news now," the monster rainstorm hitting california's wildfire burn areas of thousands have been ordered to evacuate because of possible flooding and mudslides. we have the latest forecast. breaking overnight, a highly classified u.s. satellite appears to be a total loss. the secret satellite said to be worth billions of dollars, it never reached its target address. so where is it right now? also this half hour, the wild win in the college football national championship. >> the freshman quarterback who had not started a game all season long leading alabama to the stunning comeback victory. the new reaction just in from atlanta. and our weekly "bachelor" windup. you can feel the drama, who's going to get the rose. one of the contestants breaks
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down in tears to arie. painful. it's always something. only that time this traumatic history was with bumper cars. we've got a double dose of "the skinny." from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i do know that we're making fun of it, but really, honestly, bumper cars are the things -- >> are traumatic. >> are the things that therapy deals are made of for lifetime. we shouldn't make fun of it all. i am on zoloft thanks to my childhood bumper car. >> now, we go where we're going tomorrow. bumper cars. we're going to start this half hour with the first rainstorm in california, since devastating wildfires hit the southern part of that state. >> the heaviest rainfall is coming now, drenching rain hitting those critical burn areas. >> as you can see that, there
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are fears of mudslides, flooding and other debris flowing off the ground that was damaged by fires. thousands of people have already been ordered to evacuate. abc's danya bacchus is here on the west coast. >> reporter: in california, belongings left behind by wildfires are now drenched with rain. burned-out areas from northern to southern california being tested by the season's biggest storm so far. mandatory and voluntary evacuation notices being issued for parts of los angeles and ventura counties that were charged by wildfires. many filling up sandbags as the rain is expected to cause flooding and potential mudslides. >> my fear is it coming up and over the sidewalk into my front yard and into my front door. >> reporter: in the east, frigid temperatures making it dangerous for drivers on the road in georgia where one person was killed in a four-car crash. and in tennessee. >> boom! >> reporter: slick roads forcing cars to bounce uncontrollably off barriers and other vehicles. sunday, those temperatures burst
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water pipes in the main terminal at jfk, leaving three inches of water at jfk, compounding problems on one of the nation's largest airports. >> nobody can tell me, and nobody wants to give me an answer because they know they'll be wrong. >> reporter: passengers and planes waiting on the tarmac for hours only to be met by this, a sea of luggage. >> there are people who have been here for almost four days who haven't slept, who haven't gone to a hotel and are still trying to find their luggage. >> reporter: the east is finally expected to thaw out after days of below freezing temperatures. and here in california, we're expecting to see up to five inches of rain in some areas, with wind gusts up to 70 miles per hour. maggie and kendis. >> yeah, a couple of rough days there, danya, thank you. and also breaking right now, a highly classified satellite worth billions is lost. >> it was launched aboard a spacex rocket and hasn't been spotted in orbit. >> yeah, the payload code named
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zuma is expected to have burned up in the atmosphere. spacex's falcon 9 rocket did successfully land back on the base there at cape canaveral, florida. and breaking overnight, north korea has agreed to send a delegation to the winter olympics taking place in south korea next month. the bitter rivals held their first talks in two years. officials from seoul proposed having the teams from both countries march together during the opening and closing ceremonies of the games. south korea also suggested resuming temporary reunions of families separated by war, and they also mentioned the need to get rid of nuclear weapons on the korean peninsula. well, to the russia investigation and word this morning that president trump may be called in for questioning. abc news has confirmed special counsel robert mueller's office will likely request an interview with the president. sources say mueller himself raised the possibility last month at a meeting with trump's attorneys. now the president has not ruled out an interview. in fact, over the weekend, he
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said when you've done nothing wrong, let's be open and get it over with, what his words. and he is being criticized for an end to special protections for more than 2 million people from el salvador. they're calling it heartless. the announcement sparked protests outside the white house, as parents fear being separated from their american born children and sent back to a homeland plagued by poverty and violence. they have to leave the u.s. or face deportation. a top house republican said he won't be seeking re-election. ed royse chaired foreign affairs committee. top republicans say the tweeted announcement was a shocker. he easily won reelection in 2016, but his district backed hillary clinton. the democratic party believes it can win his seat. history overseas. the first same-sex marriages were performed at midnight
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across australia. marriage equality became the law of the land on december 9th, but it requires couples to give a month's notice for all weddings. but this was the first opportunity to give gay and lesbian couples to tie the knot. it's been in the works for several years there in australia. and a heart stopper of a game in atlanta capping off the college football season. >> it was a big one. s.e.c. rivals alabama and georgia played for the national championship and it had an ending fans will not be forgetting for a long time. >> coming to the end of regulation right here. the teams are tied at 20-20. this is a big kick here. 36 yard up and it goes left. it's not good. the kick was a little nervous. >> and that brought us to overtime. georgia kicked a field goal on its possession. the crimson tide had to score. and freshman backup qb tua --
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ushg ooh, that last name is a tough one. tua, can i call an inaudible? to the freshman devonte smith, two freshmen, can you believe it. alabama wins on the last play of the season. 26-23, roll tide. >> head coach nick saban wins his fifth title with alabama. what say you? >> a sixth national championship. tied bear bryant for most in the poll era. take a second and hear that. what does that mean to you? >> you know, right now, i'm happy for all of these folks. i'm happy for our players. i don't care anything about that, to be honest with you. this was a great win for our players, and i've never been happier in my life. >> never? >> never. >> how emotional he sounded by the way, awesome. one of the 72,000 plus in the stadium for the game was president trump. he was on the field for the national anthem. his appearance was met with cheers and some boos. >> the president was not on the
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field with the players and college football. the players traditionally come out after the anthem is over. of course he's been critical of nfl players kneeling during the anthem. that was avoided since they came out after the anthem. >> something the nfl is looking into the possibility of doing as well. there was a certain photographer who is hurting this morning. take a look. we have a slow-mo of it. with all the excitement, boom! down goes photog! >> wait for it, wait for it. you don't fully appreciate how large and powerful some of these football players are until you see them just run over a cameraman like that. >> until you feel them. >> the question is whether or not he got the shot. coming up, is oprah winfrey set to take on trump? democrats are talking about a run for president after her speech at the golden globes. even her lifetime partner had something to say about it.
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and later in "the skinny," of course, the race is on to win arie's heart. our "bachelor" swami joins us. even though he's not here at work. heart. our bp swami joins us. even though he's not here at work.
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so over the course of her 25 years on the oprah winfrey show, we have heard a lot from oprah, but it's her nine-minute speech at the golden globes that has many of us reeling. >> and now it's those powerful words that are sparking talk of a winfrey presidency. even her longtime partner is weighing in. >> a presidential run is a possibility. >> our top story is the golden globe. empowering night all around. >> actively thinking about running for president. >> reporter: the talk of the town, oprah for president. of course erupting after oprah winfrey delivered a speech of presidential proportions at the golden globes. >> so i want all the girls watching here to know that a new day is on the horizon! >> reporter: she gave a master class in oratory that brought hollywood to its feet and the status quo to its knees.
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>> and when that new day finally dawns -- [ cheers and applause ] -- it will be because of a lot of magnificent women, many of whom are right here in this room tonight and pretty phenomenal men! fighting hard to make sure that they become the leaders who take us to the time when nobody ever has to say "me too" again. [cheers and applause] thank you. >> it was very powerful. it was very impactful. it was, there's no one else who does oprah like oprah. >> oprah is the greatest communicator in television of the last 50 years. it's one of the many things that hollywood admires her for. >> as oprah became the first black woman to receive the cecil b. demille award, she reflected on history, recalling herself
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watching sidney poitier winning the 1964 award for best actor. >> it is a long journey to this moment. >> his tie was white and of course his skin was black. i've never seen a black man being celebrated like that. >> reporter: before the speech heard round the globe, oprah winfrey was pushing boundaries. >> i'm oprah winfrey, and welcome to the first national oprah winfrey show! >> reporter: her show reflecting and propose pelling the national conversation into times of conflict and uncomfortable topics. >> and this child race epidemic doesn't end until we are all willing to do what these young girls have done. >> reporter: these themes and oprah's power on full display. >> oprah brought it full circle to where we are to where we're going in the future. >> reporter: but will the president include a president winfrey? longtime partner stedman graham told the "l.a. times" it's up to the people. she would absolutely do it. and there seem to be no shortage of potential supporters. byron pitts, abc news, new york.
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>> all right. our thanks to byron. when we come back, the "bachelor" drama. >> and will it be an acrobatic anthem for pink at the super bowl? "the skinny" is next. >> and will it be an acrobatic anthem for pink at the super bowl? "the skinny" is next. ayep, and my teeth are yellow.? time for whitestrips. crest glamorous white whitestrips are the only ada-accepted whitening strips proven to be safe and effective. and they whiten 25x better than a leading whitening toothpaste. crest. healthy, beautiful smiles for life.
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it's hard to open up. you know what i mean. >> i feel sad about you. >> i know. i know you made friends. >> this is not a sorority rush. it's "the bachelor." you're not there to make friends. you're there to get engaged to someone you'll never see again. ♪ skinny ♪ so skinny >> she's not sad about you, kendis. >> she's just sad about -- >> it's not you. it was another wild night of "the bachelor." arie's getting down to work in the second episode of the season. >> yes. but our chief senior global analyst breaks it down for us even though he wasn't there and he was home watching college
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football. but somehow he knew exactly what was going to happen during the episode. >> jack sheahan, episode, two, arie's season of "the bachelor." this whole thing started with 29 women, for those counting, we're already down to 21. so arie's getting rid of them fast. long may that continue. anyway, one thing that was expected, time for the first one on one date. >> becca kay. >> oh, that had to hurt. >> every one of us was like, i want to be becca so badly. >> oh, here we go. >> i've never been on a motorcycle before. >> see you, girls. >> time for the first group date. >> let's hit love head on, arie. >> with race car driver arie. there had to be a demolition derby. drama was sure to follow. >> i can't stop crying. i'm so scared. >> get the tissues. >> when i was a kid i was riding bumper cars, and i got trapped in the middle and everybody kept
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hitting me, i was just crying and i hated. >> oh, my god. >> everyone was hitting me and hitting me. >> it didn't take long for the drama to restart. she never stood a chance. that wasn't nice. >> oh! >> that's going to leave a mark. >> i hope arie's proud. >> the kissing bandit still living up to his name. >> she is very beautiful. >> more loud kissing, please. rose ceremony time. arie, ladies, this is the final rose tonight. >> bianna. >> time for some to head for the door. she got emotional. >> he literally picked the taxidermist over me. >> let's hope all the research is coordinated. analyst out. >> just absolute genius. by the way, if you want to know how he does it, i just posted a video on our abc wnn instagram
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page how he does his svengali thing. how he knows what's happening. we are less than a month away from the super bowl taking place in indianapolis and we're learning more about the performance. >> as we already know that justin timberlake is going to be headlining the halftime show which i'm very excited about personally. but last night we learned someone else -- pink, she has confirmed she will be singing the national anthem. she posted this image along with the message "see you at the super bowl." >> most recently, of course, you may have noticed that pink was up to amazingness here. scaling the side of a high-rise building there in los angeles for the american music awards. so we're going to see if she brings her harness, the u.s. bank stadium, the height is 400 feet. >> i like her tights. >> absolutely. and surely she can't top our most recent favorite.
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lady gaga. two years ago, chest pump. before the fighter jets came whirring overhead. >> what an epic chest bump. oh, oh, oh. ♪ >> that was tough to beat. >> i will say that was pretty tough to beat. but pink may have big shoes to fill. i don't know if she could do worse than this singer. at a hockey game, she stopped twice, walked off. but then wait for it, she gains just enough confidence to come back, and then oh. the poor thing wipes out on the ice. i give her so much credit for coming back at least. >> lucky to be indoors at minneapolis. so she won't have to worry about any sort of ice. >> that's painful. she's in heels, too. on ice. coming up in the bonus round, the potential x file on the 2020 election.
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>> what may have accidently been revealed.
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fredget in, fred!thing for his daughter. even if it means being the back half of a unicorn. fear not fred, the front half washed his shirt with gain flings! and that smell puts the giddy in giddy up. that's because one gain flings pac has more freshness than a whole bottle of the other guy. gain. seriously good scent. lyrics: thing's are gonna get lyricseasier.o child lyrics: ooh-oo child, lyrics: things'll get brighter. lyrics: ooh-oo child lyrics: thing's are gonna get easier. lyrics: ooh-oo child, lyrics: things'll get brighter.
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♪ ♪ lookin' for some hot stuff ♪ baby this evening ♪ i need some hot stuff baby tonight ♪ >> donna summer or just? >> ooh, we've got hot stuff. >> tssss. yes, we do. because the queen of disco is heading to broadway. >> she is. >> the legendary donna summer and all of her dance hits will be heard in summer, the donna summer musical. >> the show is going to feature three different actresses portraying the late singer in various stages of her life with 20, that's right, 20 of her classics, including "hot stuff,"
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of course. plus, i want to tinge it with you ♪ that that girl 66 >> was that donna? >> that's how i interpreted it. i sing it on the radio. ♪ love to love you, baby >> i'm trying to think of whose version of "bad bad girl." you make me feel so good. >> my hope is that it turns into an abba musical. everyone's dancing. >> abba's got the whole thing called "mama mia." >> i want people dancing in the isles to donna summer. >> we get to check it out, because previews begin in march. set for april 23rd. next is possible proof of election fraud. the news coming from deeper than the deep state, the x-files. >> the truth is out there. actor and star of the revived show received a star on the walk of fame.
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even though this was anderson's big day, there was another star on everyone's mind. >> what's your take on president oprah? >> on president oprah, she has my vote. she has 200 of my votes. >> anderson apparently has 200 votes. >> is that in a 1960s chicago-kind of way voting? and how awkward, it's your big day and all people are asking about, what do you think of oprah? >> i'm used to it. people ask us all the time. what do you think of oprah? >> okay. we'll say happy birthday again today for maggie. i'll always say birthday wishes. >> thank you. >> happy birthday to kate middleton. >> i was royalty also. kate middleton duchess of cambridge and fu
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take a look, live doppler 677 showing you the big storm slowly moving away. >> we'll still feel some impacts. a live look at a rain slicked highway 101 in san jose. >> we're starting early this morning and we begin our coverage with mike nicco. feels like it never stops raining. >> definitely felt that way even this morning driving in from the east bay, it felt that way. but there are some areas where it is starting to lighten up. so we're down to a 2 on our storm impact scale. still light to moderate rain. best chance is east bay and south bay and there is definitely standing water out there. we had moderate to heavy cell

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