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bounce to the top? >> if you get a call on tuesday saying i dropped out, it isn't true, it's a lie, keep v/ting. >> we're breaking down the pregame strategy with team coverage from new hampshire on this quickly shifting race. breaking news, dramatic rescues after a quake topples this apartment building. the devastating scenes, baby after baby pulled from the rubble. the desperate efforts to save lives happening right now. crane collapse. that moment caught on camera. >> holy [ bleep ]. oh, it broke. >> this morning, investigating why this 50-story monster came crashing down onto a new york city street. and johnny manziel's meltdown. the latest blows for the troubled quarterback. the police investigation, his agent cutting ties and his father's fears that johnny won't
get help. hey, good morning. we've got two major events fast approaching right now. one of them, of course, super bowl 50. >> you've waited all year for this moment, dan. this morning as the panthers and the broncos, that's who's playing, by the way, dan, they tomorrow night and celebs are flocking to the san francisco area where the game will be played. about a major new musical addition to the halftime show. >> i was surprised to hear this. we'll tell you who it is coming up. but we're going to start here with the big game in american politics, the final republican debate before the new hampshire primary. it's going to take place in this hall here in manchester, new hampshire, and air live right here on abc. >> and the stakes couldn't be higher. it's crunch time. every candidate on the stage, all seven of them, need to make a mark. we have team coverage this morning starting with abc's tom llamas who is live from the debate hall. good morning, tom. >> reporter: paula, good morning to you.
that stage tonight. the first center stage, donald trump and senators marco rubio and ted cruz fighting to take over this race, and then there's everyone else left in the field, hoping to have a moment that resonates with new hampshire voters, and there will be men on that stage tonight fighting for their political lives. this morning, donald trump is heading to new hampshire and staying there till the voting is over on tuesday. >> you have the most beautiful churches i've seen. i mean, these churches, seriously. >> reporter: but overnight a quick stop in south carolina. >> i almost want to just go in and pray. >> reporter: trump hopes his last-minute new hampshire blitz will deliver a better result than iowa. his team of volunteers going door to door. >> we just wanted to send out a reminder, hand you a reminder and see if we can get your support for mr. trump on tuesday. >> reporter: and we're with them trudging through the snow. it's freezing. is it worth it? >> i think it's absolutely worth it. we've got to take back our country, and we cannot let it continue to be in the wreck that
>> reporter: but ted cruz has a ground army of his own. >> oh, wow. >> good morning. >> reporter: they're showing the type of dedication that helped cruz win in iowa. >> he and i walking around here is probably not going to change a lot of hearts and minds individually. >> reporter: you never know. >> if it's one vote, it's worth it. >> reporter: senator cruz hoping to extend his winning streak talking up an issue critical to new hampshire voters. >> the reason the second amendment is in the bill of rights, each and every one of us has a god given right to defend and to defend our children. >> reporter: but cruz is feeling the pressure. rubio surging in the polls, the target on his back getting bigger. >> his record of accomplishment is slim. >> he's willing to break his word to the voters and make >> we know who the boy in the bubble is up here. >> reporter: rubio feels the attacks are growing because his campaign is taking off. >> if you get a call on tuesday night saying that i dropped out, it isn't true. it's a lie, keep voting. >> reporter: now, rubio, of course, referring to the cruz campaign's effort on caucus day in iowa suggesting that dr. ben
race. that, of course, never happened and cruz later apologized to dr. carson. feeling that everyone will be out there to attack him. he did get a boost overnight, former rival and louisiana governor bobby jindal endorsing paula and dan. >> a little boost there. tom llamas who's been covering this campaign every step of the way, tom, thank you. let's get some pregame analysis analyst matthew dowd who is also right there in the debate hall. hey, matt, good morning. i guess my first question is how high are the stakes generally tonight? >> reporter: i mean, i think tonight is the most important event in the republican race up until this time. it sets everything up for super -- i mean for tuesday in new hampshire, and this moment with all seven on stage, each of them has a huge stake in what's going to happen tonight. >> all right, so let's talk about what the individual candidates need to do tonight. trump is leading in the polls but others have been gaining on him, so how does he maintain poll position? >> reporter: i think donald
that -- he's about ten points up right now. he needs to make sure he stays there and i think one of the ways to do that is to be strong but he actually needs to deliver in a very calm and steady way, not in the manner he's done in previous debates but in a manner that's very straightforward but exceedingly calm and cool. >> exceedingly calm and cool. we'll see if he can go there. and marco rubio got the best bounce out of iowa. he's now in second place in the polls. what do you think his strategy is going to be tonight in the face of the inevitable attacks from his rivals? >> reporter: well, you know, it's interesting, marco rubio finished third in iowa, but he stepped all over ted cruz who finished first in iowa, and ted cruz hasn't gotten any lift out of iowa. i think marco rubio is going to be under assault by everybody on that stage, especially the governors or former governors who are trying to figure out a way to move on from here. i think what you'll see tonight is basically everybody knows that there's only four tickets out of new hampshire so of those seven people on stage, only four are going to be able to get out of here once tuesday voting starts. >> as you said, stakes
we appreciate your analysis on a saturday morning. >> and then there would be four. thank you. and as we head into tonight's debate, we're getting a glimpse in the candidates' pregame the independent journal review. >> my favorite thing to do on the day of the debate is play plants versus zombies on my iphone with my two girls. >> siri, what questions will david muir be asking at the new hampshire debate? >> before debate i normally call my mom to get advice. >> interesting. i didn't know there was a zombie game that he was playing. that's an odd way to prepare. >> download that now, dan. >> i'm all over it. abc's david muir and martha raddatz will be moderating tonight's debate. they've got a preview now from the debate hall. >> hey, dan and paula, good morning. we're just now hours away from the seven gop candidates taking the stage right here behind martha and me in manchester, new hampshire. >> and donald trump will be at the center because he is the front-runner based on polling, cruz and rubio will be on either side of him, and that's the top three. >> but there's going to be a lot
carson, kasich, christie and bush, they're looking for their moment in the spotlight, really looking to survive the race so certainly to voters right here in new hampshire to try to change the course of the race. >> anything can happen so join david and me tonight only on abc here live in new hampshire. we'll be asking the questions 7:00 central. >> we have to get back to work. see you tonight. >> looking forward to that. anything can happen, anything will happen tonight. >> absolutely. >> we want to thank david and martha, and they're certainly gearing up for what will be a tooth and nail fight tonight, but on the other side things are also brewing and abc's cecilia vega is at the debate hall with a look at how bernie sanders and hillary clinton are tangling offstage with just three days until voting begins in new hampshire. >> reporter: hillary clinton rallying her troops. bernie sanders firing up his base. >> all: bernie, bernie. >> reporter: this morning the latest polls showing a sanders
shoo-in for the nomination clinton now ahead by just two points. i spoke with the former secretary of state in that field office in nashua. >> how are you? >> reporter: clinton says she's confident despite the polls. >> numbers go up and numbers go down. we have a strategy, we're sticking with it, and we feel good about it. >> reporter: the heated rivalry center stage in their debate this week. >> i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out. >> let's talk about issues. >> reporter: and clinton is still not holding back. you seemed like you walked out there ready for a fight. >> i'm tired of the innuendo, the insinuation, the smear from a campaign that says it's running a positive campaign. >> reporter: sanders slamming her ties to wall street. >> madam secretary, it is not one street. in my view, the business model of wall street is fraud. >> reporter: but clinton is still not saying whether she will release transcripts from paid speeches to groups like goldman sachs.
and put this line of attack to bed once and for all? >> you know, we will look into it. i said that but let's get to what's really going on. it is a smear. nobody buys me. nobody has ever influenced a vote. i don't have to prove that. >> reporter: for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, nashua, new hampshire. >> abc's cecilia vega on the campaign trail. cecilia, thank you. we are going to move on now to another major story this morning. that deadly crane collapse right here in the heart of new york city. look at this. a 50-story crane collapsing going down, one man was killed. another seriously injured after that crane crushed his car. abc's gio benitez is on the scene in lower manhattan. gio, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. the wind was strong and workers were actually trying to lower this crane for safety. but instead just take a look. disaster. this morning, a massive investigation under way into what caused this crane to collapse. >> oh, it broke. holy [ bleep ]. >> reporter: the terrifying
the more than 50-story crawler crane falls right onto the street and onto cars. this video from tmz showing good samaritans springing into action to help people in those cars. >> is somebody in the car? >> keep going, keep going. >> and when it came down it made a loud noise and it hit and we all ran to see if we could help out. >> reporter: three were injured and survived but outside the cars one man wasn't so lucky. 38-year-old wall street worker david wicks died after the crane fell on him. now, after tragedy, that big question, why did the crane collapse? new york city's mayor saying operators were trying to secure it in the wind and snow. >> the winds were in the 20-mile-an-hour plus range and were proceeding to bring it down to a safe and secure position when this incident occurred. >> reporter: one of the crane's lifting pieces ended up crashing through a roof and into an office.
>> the difference is we saw it coming and there was nothing to do about it. we could do nothing. we were paralyzed. >> reporter: and this morning investigators are still trying to figure out exactly what happened here. speaking with the crane's operator, but the mayor says lowering it for the wind was actually the right move, but this just appears to be a terrible accident. paula. >> just a tragedy. gio, thank you. moving on this morning, troubling new developments in the zika virus outbreak. three deaths in colombia have been blamed on the virus. and now the cdc is issuing a new warning for pregnant women. our own chief medical editor dr. richard besser recently traveled to ground zero in brazil and joins us with more. rich, thanks for joining us. first and foremost, we know zika is now here in the u.s. there has been a case discovered that was sexually transmitted. what are the cdc's new guidelines? >> yeah, so this is the third case in history that they think was transmitted sexually so what they're saying is pregnant women should abstain from sex or use a condom during their entire pregnancy if their male partner
zika is transmitted. and the reason is, within a week you can't find zika in the blood but for at least two weeks, maybe longer, they can find it in the semen. >> it's changed, the discussion as to how it's spread. what do we know about how it's spread? >> well, clearly the primary way is by mosquitoes. and so that's where the big focus is, but now sexual transmission has been shown. there's been a case of transmission through the blood supplies so don't donate blood if you've been there for a good 28 days and found it in saliva but haven't shown spread that way. >> i just want to reiterate, still no vaccine, no cure for zika. >> that's right. a lot of work in that area but, you know, it's going to be a long time before we have a vaccine. >> all right, dr. besser, thanks for joining us this morning. >> let's check in with ron with a look at the other headlines, news headlines that we're following this morning. hi, ron. >> okay, hi to you, paula. good morning, everyone. we begin overseas and the desperate search for survivors of a massive earthquake in taiwan. the death toll now climbing, at least 11 people killed. more than 200 others rescued.
asleep at the time. [ speaking a foreign language ] dramatic rescues happening right now. this after a powerful 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck taiwan overnight. rescue teams drilling through tons of rubble frantically working to pull out small children trapped in the wreckage. the quake toppling large buildings including a 17-story high-rise apartment complex in a care center for newborns and mother, the residents sleeping when the quake hit. rescue workers digging through debris and climbing over stacks of concrete to bring out people and pets trapped under mountains of debris. so far nearly 250 people rescued and 73 hospitalized. and back in the u.s., searchers are now off the waters of los angeles after two private planes collided in midair. it happened friday afternoon. the planes seen plunging into
a total of three people on those two aircraft. coast guard officials say they recovered some wreckage and a and twitter is cracking down on suspected isis terrorists using the social media site to threaten or promote violence. twitter announced it is suspending more than 125,000 isis-related accounts and also says it's expanded the number of investigators monitoring the site and review reports of accounts connected to extremism. new developments in a deadly explosion aboard an airborne jet that was over somalia at the time. the fbi is on the scene in that east african country and investigators now suspect the explosion was caused by a bomb in a laptop computer. one passenger was killed, sucked out of the hole that was blown in the side of the plane. an al qaeda affiliate al shabaab is the leading suspect. investigators have not yet ruled out that possibly isis was also involved. take a look at this extremely rare 1957 ferrari race car that just sold for a jaw-dropping $35.7 million. the french auction house calling
sold in terms of euros. the sale, though, fell a little bit short of the record -- breaking a record for the dollar sale of another ferrari, which was auctioned off for 38 million bucks, a lot of money. and finally l.a. is of course notorious for its traffic, so how do you tell drivers on one of the major freeways that they'll be shut down for 40 straight hours. well, mayor eric garcetti posted this on facebook trying to kind of smooth over the bad news with a little r&b teaming up with a jazz band from a local high cool with a little slow jam. listen. >> see, we're bringing down the sixth street bridge making way for something new. and the demolition will cause delays, but sometimes, just sometimes you have to get your hands dirty to build something beautiful. >> and the 101 freeway shut down friday night and it's expected to re-open tomorrow afternoon. >> is that your radio voice? >> just in time for motorists to get to the super bowl.
>> that's radio ron. >> i like it. >> it's not bad. >> it's something ron. >> so low. >> i'd like to make a dedication. could i dedicate the next song to indra petersons because you have a lovely forecast, right? >> yeah. totally what i'm going with right now, paula. yesterday i was in boston or i like to say the airport because all i did was watch flight after flight after flight get canceled. why i didn't drive? you are looking at it. look at the cars slipping and sliding all over the roads, brought a foot around the boston area. now, that storm is out of the area this morning. you can see here on the satellite, but wait for it, you got another one-two punch. coming right back at you. here it goes by tomorrow into the southeast already looking at some showers and monday wouldn't feel like a monday without a huge mess at commute time. right, so there you go right in towards new york city and boston. sliding up the coastline and i know groundhog day was last week but here you go. primary, new hampshire why not bring in some snow showers right
through tuesday, even in through wednesday, snow in through new hampshire. how much? models haven't really decided. we have to take our time but either way if we're talking about moderate snow, areas around boston, new hampshire will watch for it and we will keep you posted as we get a little closer. a little closer. >> i hope that was the perfect weather you were looking for. showers on the way. right? >> yes, that's exactct -- >> you're welcome. >> cars smashing. >> just deliver it in your radio voice. >> i smiled.
we want a better forecast then. >> thank you, dan. let's turn now to the big game. more than 100 million people expected to watch super bowl 50 tomorrow and we've got some fun numbers for you. >> we do. the age difference between the two quarterbacks, cam newton and peyton manning, it's 13 years and exactly 48 days. we haven't narrowed it down to minutes and seconds but i'm sure we could. the biggest difference in super bowl history and abc's ryan smith in san francisco with more on the game, as well as the halftime show. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, paula. super bowl 50 just one day away. we're here at the nfl experience with the carolina panthers cheerleaders and their mascot. what do you say? yeah, and the denver broncos cheerleaders. ah, i love it. football frenzy is already here and peyton manning looking for his second ring. cam newton looking for his first and, oh, about that super secret halftime show, well, a new star has been revealed. super bowl 50, just one day away and the hype is seen in full swing.
>> all: carolina. >> reporter: denver versus carolina. peyton manning in what could be >> this might be my last rodeo so sure has been a pleasure. >> reporter: versus the league's dazzling young star, cam newton. or if you're going into a season all, shame on you. that's a loser's approach. >> reporter: their teams today expected to practice and game faces on. and stars and celebs hanging out at the super bowl experience. >> who does your suit? >> this is new york style. this is abboud, man. >> i like it. >> thank you. >> reporter: already making their picks. who is your call to win the super bowl? >> i got to go with the panthers. >> i think denver wins it. >> reporter: as for the game's super mystery, the halftime show, coming into focus. bruno mars announcing he is the latest star to join headliners coldplay for the star-studded event tweeting mars has landed. #superbowl50.
>> "uptown funk" probably my favorite song this week. brees get on that stage? >> no, listen, i was not blessed with musical genius. >> reporter: yeah, not a chance, guys. and, by the way, beyonce, when she performs, she will be making history, the first female repeat performer and now about the game, carolina panthers are favored by six. and if you want to stop by and get a ticket last minute, you better bring your wallet. stubhub saying the average ticket price at this point over $4800 a ticket. the highest since 2007, dan and paula. >> that's what we call a very hot ticket. okay, ryan, i think that the consensus at this table, we're going with our heart, not our head necessarily and picking peyton manning and the broncos. who are you going with? >> reporter: wait. peyton manning and the broncos, those guys are picking. what do you guys think about that? >> panthers. >> reporter: oh, a little panthers. you know what, guys, i got to go with the panthers. i'm so sorry, broncos
cam newton, it's his year, but peyton manning is a sentimental favorite. it's a tough one. he wants every live shot he does quiet sizzle of pom-poms from cheerleaders. >> yes, thank you, dan. >> i called the boss. i think we'll be able to make it happen for you, ryan. appreciate it. great reporting let me tell you what's coming up on the show, the arrest. the serious charges he's facing right now. and manziel's meltdown. the nfl quarterback known as johnny football facing a mountain of troubles. why his own father is so worried, he says he's afraid for his son's life. and we've got a super fun super bowl edition of "pop news" including a sneak peek at one of the new ads that involves a new colonel. >> a new colonel. >> new colonel? >> that one there perhaps. >> there's only one. >> all right. i got to watch. "good morning america" is brought to you by petsmart.
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it is hometown trivia time. we are saluting our affiliate from portland, oregon, katu channel 2. >> one of america's great cities. >> one of the great cities in america. by the way, indra is not here because she's refusing to come out of her trailer for some reason. >> oh, she's coming. come on, indra. let's go. >> oh, see, she's back. she's back. okay, get ready. what is the name of the 11,200-foot-tall mountain which is an active volcano, by the way, which looms just east, 90 miles east of portland? >> mt. rainier. >> mt. rainier. >> mt. helens. >> not rainier? >> i was going to go with -- >> she said mt. hood. >> oh, mt. hood. oh, my gosh. >> you did? >> totally. >> and portland was named after the city of the same name in maine thanks to a coin flip. if the coin had turned up the other way, it would have been named after another city from new england. what is that city? >> augusta.
>> dan should have known welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now, the republican candidates getting ready for what undoubtedly will be a key moment tonight, the final debate before the new hampshire primary. the candidates on a blitz across the granite state before squaring off tonight right here live on abc. also right now the so-called affluenza teen waking up in an
ethan couch now 18 has been in custody
ever since he was deported from mexico. couch is accused of violating his probation stemming from the drunk driving crash that killed four people. and paris jackson, the daughter of legendary singer michael jackson revealing on her instagram that she attends aa meetings. the 17-year-old also comparing criticism launched against her online to the harsh review her father received from the public. >> can't be easy to be in the public eye in that way. also this morning, another person in the public eye and it's going from bad to worse for the troubled cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel. the criminal investigation and the shocking comments from his own dad this morning. that's coming up here but first the prestigious cornell university, the ivy league school now dealing with serious charges against the president of an elite fraternity there. >> 21-year-old wolfgang ballinger, president of the school's psy upsilon chapter was charged with attempted rape and abc's phillip mena joins us in
good morning, phillip. >> reporter: paula, dan, good morning. the alleged victim went to police in this case and identified the 21-year-old fraternity president as her attacker. and this morning, while he sits in jail, his entire fraternity now suspended by cornell. overnight, wolfgang ballinger is behind bars. >> i was born to a very large family in a very small town. and while many may have felt lost in such a setting, i believe that my family life and my small town nature has given me the tools to strive as an entrepreneur. >> reporter: the president of an elite fraternity at cornell university shown here in a video posted on youtube arrested following an alleged sexual assault in his fraternity house bedroom. the alleged incident took place in the early morning hours of january 31st. the 21-year-old new york native turned himself in to authorities on february 4th and was charged with first degree attempted rape, first degree criminal sexual act and first degree sexual abuse. >> at a young age i was taught to appreciate the value of hard
work. >> reporter: psy upsilon was suspended on monday according to the dean of students at cornell. the fraternity's executive director, thomas fox, said in a statement, "sexual assault and any form of sexual harassment is against our policy and in opposition of the values of psy upsilon. our chapter is cooperating with cornell's investigation into this matter and any members involved will be held accountable." wolfgang ballinger is due back in court for a preliminary hearing in ithaca next week. he has pleaded not guilty. dan, paula. >> such a huge issue in american life right now and on american campuses. thank you. appreciate it. let's check the weather once again and indra petersons is here. hey, indra. >> good morning. i'm sure these are the words you guys are looking for that you talking about a major cold blast, yes, let's bring it. by next week, tuesday, let's take a look at these temperatures. well, about 15 below maybe in the midwest or maybe 15 above, it really doesn't feel any better. no one is feeling good out here as this cold air is expected to
that's tuesday. let's roll you out to thursday. yeah, still cold, talking about new york city into just single digits. now, remember, this is with a windchill. i don't think it really matters. it's cold. that's all you need to know. now, in through the midwest, we're talking about a clipper, and look at all the blizzard warnings we're talk ging there, and the blizzard is not for the snow, well, at least not the falling snow. follow me here, we have a clipper going through so you have a system bringing a little snow but more the strong winds that's going to be building picking up that snow blowing it around, visibility is going to be poor and you're not going to be seeing much. >> that weather is brought to >> that weather is brought to you by wise. was that a better forecast? blizzard, cold, chills?
forecast, i don't mind when you tell us the truth about what's going to happen but do you have to seem so happy about it? >> that's true. >> as if i'm not living here either. >> that's the redeeming quality. she does it with a smile on her face, blowing snow, everyone. >> that is's true. >> you're welcome. >> cold arctic blasts. >> tah-dah. i wish i could get that low voice you had going on. low voice. >> that was your low voice. indra. >> my speaking voice. >> it's getting weird, ladies and gentlemen. so, let me tell you what's coming up on the show. the new troubles for johnny football. why the cleveland browns quarterback is at the center of a criminal investigation this morning and the dire warning from his own father. keep it right here. quarterback is at the center of a criminal investigation this
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new troubles to tell you about this morning involving the cleveland browns quarterback johnny manziel, also a famous heisman trophy winner. his family now begging him to go to rehab. >> his dad actually laying it out plain and simple. if johnny does not get help, he won't make it to his next birthday, and abc's tony reali is here with more on this story. good morning, tony. >> that's right, paula, dan. a heart-wrenching plea from a father as his son faces even more trouble. a one time football star but this has become far from a football story.
quarterback johnny manziel is now the center of a criminal investigation after an allegedly violent night in january with his now ex-girlfriend colleen crowley. >> i heard her screaming, so i came down, and she said her boyfriend assaulted her. >> no charges have been filed but friday a judge signed an order barring any contact between the former couple for two years. in court documents obtained by abc news, crowley says she became very scared during the incident telling authorities manziel threw and hit her with his open hand. later reporting she thought he was on drugs or having a psychotic break. in the report, crowley says manziel at one point threatened suicide shouting, shut up or i'll kill us both. manziel denying the accusations telling tmz sports it didn't happen. >> it seems to be a litany of bad decisions by this guy and it doesn't seem to change. >> reporter: the 23-year-old dubbed johnny football during his career as texas a&m star quarterback has had a troubled relationship with crowley. in october, police dash cameras
physical confrontation between the pair who were admittedly drinking that day. >> he hit me a couple times. >> while you were in the car. >> yeah, but i don't want to -- please don't make me -- >> reporter: earlier in 2015 manziel stepped away from his nfl career for treatment in a rehab facility and while crowley told officers manziel was not intoxicated on the night of the alleged altercation, his father says the nfl star has twice refused to return to rehab telling "the dallas morning news," "i truly believe if they can't get him help, he won't live to see his 24th birthday." on friday manziel's agent terminated his professional relationship with him saying his career is now in his own hands. it's been wildly reported the cleveland browns will do the same in the next month but football the least of his problems now. >> hearing from his dad even though we didn't get to see him i think you can only imagine how wrenching this is. >> and the dashboard cam and the video we've seen, it's just very tough and his football career is
>> you would hope at this point it's not about football anymore. you just hope that he does what he's best and takes care of himself. >> absolutely. >> and get some help. tony, thank you. >> his health is the number one priority. >> you're right. coming up on "good morning america," super picks for super bowl snack time. the healthier way to go in our "weekend download."nd puffing. like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said... symbicort could help you starting within 5 minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. symbicort helps provide significant improvement of your lung function. symbicort is for copd, including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol increase the risk of death from asthma problems. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, and some eye problems.
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go for healthy toppings on your pizza. if you get a ham that's lean and pineapple, that actually has fewer calories than a plain slice of pizza because you're displacing the cheese so put some healthy options on it. >> okay, a second key to the game. >> second, what are you going to drink? >> obviously beer. >> beer. and you're going to go for lighter versions of beer. there's some 12-ounce bottles that go over 300 calories. so look on the beer for what's called an abv, it's alcohol by volume percentage and look at 4 points, 4%. if you can do that, you're going to be around the 100-calorie range, and if you're having a beer a quarter, you could save up to 500 calories. >> okay, dave, and now it's crunch time. how do you close it out? >> you're going deep, you're going deep in a bucket of wings but what you're doing, ron, is you're going -- you're going for the ones that have the bones in them because the boneless are usually breaded and you get to do a lot of mindless eating. you can save up to 300 calories for every eight wings when the bone is in, plus you have bones piling up as a visual reminder of everything you're eating. >> okay, dave zinczenko, i
them. >> okay, back to you, guys. >> thank you, ron. we are on the periscope, people, because we are getting ready for some "pop news" super bowl themed, of course. >> food. >> i have some food because you guys have pretty much told me i can't talk unless i bring food. >> i heard something about rainbow bagels? >> don't give it away. >> dan. >> way to ruin it. >> sorry. getting up. i'm getting picked on here which is why i'm going to throw it to a commercial break. we'll be right back. >> he's awful.mmercial break. we'll be right back. >> he's awful.cause he loves hammering back guacamole 24/7. but don't feel bad for him. he is smart. [ device whirs ] he made this guacamole dipper arm gizmo. now he can enjoy the game with his amigos. muy bueno, dave. muy bueno. delicioso, all year round.
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"good morning america" is brought to you by abreva. heal your cold sore fast. all right. time for our super bowl edition of "pop news." sara, what you got? >> do you see all our props? i brought a blanket because i thought we were -- >> and a football, thank you. >> enjoy, people. if you don't keep this gang entertained, they're notoing to be entertained by me. we begin with an exclusive first look at kfc's big super bowl sunday commercial starring one of america's most popular comedians as colonel sanders. now you might remember we've already seen darryl hammond and norm mcdonald previously fill the role of the chicken king. any guesses as to who the new colonel could be? >> looks like mark ruffalo. >> that would be awesome. >> he's not a comedian. >> a comedian. >> a comedian. >> he's funny. >> yeah, you guys aren't getting it. you're not getting -- keep eating your wings. >> amy schumer. >> no, not a lady colonel. now, here we've got him. okay, hey, big reveal.
here is the real colonel sanders. we're going to take a look at the commercial. you'll recognize him in this. >> introducing kfc's new delicious nashville hot chicken only available for a limited time. >> same dream? >> a fake colonel pretending to be me but i'm me so only i can introduce kfc's delicious new nashville hot chicken. >> paula got it right. >> jim gaffigan. >> i think of him, i think pop-tart. did you guys dehis stand-up? never mind, no one saw it. >> he's hysterical. >> another pop topic and can we eat, by the way? >> eat away. >> i met him. he opened up for the pope in philadelphia. he's very funny and very nice. >> i remember. he did a really good job at clean jokes. >> he's like the clean comedian but hysterical, one of the funniest guys you'll ever hear. >> i love that. >> love him. and this time last year one of dan's favorites, katy perry, was getting ready to take the stage at the super bowl and one year later she might not be
anymore, but by all accounts she appears to be having a super time stepping out with the totally hot orlando bloom. >> what? >> yes. >> the stars were first spotted hanging out together at the golden globes and as these new photos show, their blossoming friendship is still going strong, the pair enjoying dinner together at west hollywood this week but there hasn't been any official confirmation on a relationship just yet but we're keeping our fingers crossed for our favorite california girl. that would be a cute couple. word friendship. >> i like to do -- i was doing friendship. >> i noticed that too. >> f-f-f-friendship, >> that's a very good-looking couple, by the way. >> that's a great-looking couple. and some carolina fans are determined to keep pounding all the way to the super bowl with an adorable viral video. the kids at polo ridge elementary in charlotte came up with their own lyrics to walk the moon's tune "shut up and dance" and then shot this video.
are the greatest team you're gonna win this game just believe and keep pounding this super bowl's our destiny >> more than 1,000 people took part including teachers and kids from kindergarten to fifth grade and they've already got the thumbs up from panthers coach ron rivera. how cute is that? >> super cute. really, really cute. >> pretty cute. >> yeah, and the kids like drew pictures and, oh, really sweet. we've got to do one of those, guys. >> do you want to hear me sing again? really? >> less singing more lip-syncing from indra. and finally the perfect sugary snack for your super bowl party. carolina and denver bagels, they're made by the bagel store in brooklyn who are the same people who created the amazing rainbow bagels we've been seeing all over social l dia. now the pro tip here is to add a layer of cotton candy to your cream cheese filling and if that sugar rush doesn't get you fired up for super bowl sunday, i don't know what will. >> so, wait -- >> paula, you're going to be our mikey likes it. >> there's cotton candy in the
>> yeah. >> well, taste and let us know. >> i was going to go with something else. >> gross, i know where you were going. >> that's actually tasty. >> take a bite. mikey likes it. she always takes a bite. >> so it's a bagel. does it taste like refried beans? >> this in no means that i am endorsing or cheering for the carolina panthers. i'm going for the broncos, by the way. >> yeah, you're holding the wrong one. >> is it good? what's it taste like? >> it's good. it's really good. it's sweet. >> so, it does taste like cotton candy? >> will you please eat something? >> they're hard to eat with foam hands on. >> take them off. >> feed him. feed him. >> we've got 15 seconds to go. let me just say, thank you, everybodod for watching. don't forget the big debate right here on abc. david muir and martha raddatz hosting at 8:00 eastern and as
you tomorrow morning. morning. america, he's stan. i'm neil. cleveland cavalier fans are still going what just happened? >> yeah,h, pretty bad collapse for cleveland against the celtics at home friday night. an evan turner drive gets fouled while j.r. smith -- turner at the line, tries to complete a three-point play, misses, but the ball goes out off lebron james. so the celtics one final chance to tie or win it, and they're going to go for the win. avery bradley said the three was there so he took it. remember, cleveland swept boston out of the playoffs last year, so the celtics happy to go there and get the win in cleveland. bradley, 14 points, 22 for isiah thomas, 30 for lebron james but the celtics with the one-point win. >> well, the bulls have really been hot and cold. and they were hot, but then they were hurt.
goes down hard and, listen, he had been questionable with a bad knee. he played. he had 19 in the first half. sprained knee. they're going to have an mri on saturday. had to leave in a wheelchair. he did get up and shoot the free throws and then left with the help and derrick rose really picked up the slack in the second half but denver was too much. man, they had the home court and they had danilo gallinari who had 33. >> man, chicago and those injuries, they've been through everything with derrick rose. joakim noah is out, now butler is now out.