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hunger. guys. >> reporter: the defense great almost the entire game against league's number one fests and it helped to be playing at home >> we did our job the best we could each and every play. i think we fed off the energy of the fans, playing at home is a good thing. >> win especially defensively just giving our team a chance to stay, you know, patient, stay calm and in a tight game. coming up with big stops, holding them when they did make plays, we turned the ball over, holding them to just throw. which was big. i gave of our offense an opportunity to, you know, take the time, make plays and pick up, two possession scores. >> reporter: the eagles really needed this, up next, seattle followed by greenbay. reporting from lincoln financial field.
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lesley van arsdall. >> it's always better in the locker room when you win, the eagles 5-4. the biggest reason they were able to run the ball. how great was that offensive line. >> it was excellent today. i call them my hogs. >> we going to talk about my dogs later. i got an finety for my dogs. what i loved about today they committed to the run. when you commit to the run, playing the run is really, it's a man on man game. all you willing to give it, 'cause see, you got to understand something, when you come in the game, i need everything you got. i need it all. you got to give it all. you can't leave my field with something left new. i need everything you got. if you not giving me everything you got. you and i are going to have a problem >> today, they didn't play the
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run the way they should have. the eagles ran the ball they committed to it and made a difference >> in the line of defense they probably didn't expect to have to play the run, the eagles over the last couple games, carson wentz 90 times, that's a lot of tosses today. doug pederson called more runs, 38 than passes, 36. that was an unusual situation. one of the things i was surprised about is really ryan matthews, we showed you guys ryan matthews. they said that hey, darren sproles is our guy. gave us the -- it was ryan matthews >> here's the thing to me. ryan matthews is a physical runner. he runs the ball with purpose. i like that about him. but defensively, if you can't stop the run, that kills your defense. listen to me. don, i have been in games where my legs were like boiled spaghetti noodles.
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if you not playing the run, man, your legs are gone. so you have to stop the run first and foremost. they couldn't do it. we ran the ball and i've always said, i believe the strength of this offense starts with the quarterback through the runningbacks. the receivers are not so good. >> smallwood today as well 13 carries i think he has 70 yards, they got a lot of stuff done on the ground today, most running yards, rushing yards they've had all season more than 200. you mentioned carson wentz how he was empowered. he was really efficient. >> i just hate being right. but >> hate it >> i hate it. but the fact is carson wentz is special. ladies and gentlemen, you're going to believe me officially. this kid will be a special player i'm calling it. he is done. he has done things
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me he's poise when it counts, great players make big-time place and big time games >> here's the thing about carson wentz today, there some one particular play that will jump out at you, they're not a touchdown toss, but in the fourth quarter, they trailed in this game and had a 70 yard drive and he really helped distribute the ball and get them into the touchdown, get ryan matthews >> and never gets rattled. he never get it's rattled. last week, he didn't get rattled. that wasn't like a rookie quarterback. a rookie quarterback two pitch early is done. never gets rattled. katie mcginty out and he always plays hard regardless. >> one other thing, the eagles obviously, this is no surprise, had issues dropping the ball. their wide receivers do. is there a way to correct that? because jordan matthews is a good athlete as you know played
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in the fcc but dropped balls wide open. you can't have that. >> you can't have it. i don't understand it because he's the all time leading receiver in the sec, which is the all-time great best >> i'm just being honest. that's where real football is played. >> so now, what i don't understand though is the ball is hitting you in the hands. do you want to the guy going to make the difference in the game? do you want to be that guy or do you want to be average? do you want to be special or average? right now, you gave me five catches. right before that but you don't like special because you missed one of the biggest plays of the game. i don't understand, that's what you do every day is catch footballs. that's your job, go out there and execute >> it's unusual because sometimes he drops balls when
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he's wide open and other times, he'll make the big catch. i wonder if it's mental at this point. when we come back we're going to talk about the defense, they were dominating. they stopped the top scoring offense in the nfl. how good was brandon graham, malcomb jenkins? we'll talk about it next.
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they came out and at any played hard and spiked that. the defensive line played with bennie logan back, he's really good. he's under rated people don't know about him as much. he's one of the better as well >> i was talk about defensive line men, you've been saying, brandon graham has been excellent. >> brandon graham. i tweeted about this earlier. brandon graham to me is here best defensive line man thus far. this season, brandon has been
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playing fundamental football. some of the things he does. if i was a defensive tackle playing with brandon graham on the outside, he doesn't allow the tackles to -- he's not a guy going to run around and run past the quarterback. he's strong, powerful, he's the type of guy >> what you got >> what i love about brandon graham, they want to come outside like this and they get ran past the quarterback. you're blocking me. they get ram past the quarterback. now, what graham will do is line up, and sometimes he will give them the outside fake and he'll come back inside, when you strike in a man's chest like that and you get hands inside >> that's a problem. >> that's a problem's
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>> he's a physical specimen >> we both seen brandon graham in person, he's not like your typically defensive end, he's kind of -- he's more stout, he's 6'2". he puts paws on you >> he's explosive. has he inside hands almost all the time. offensive and defensive line man it's a hand war every single play. every single play these guys, if you out here, you in trouble. if you're in here, you great. if offensive line was outside, he's going to get a holding call. every play, it's a -- if average and i'm low and i'm going to strike boom like that, done. >> now we're hurt. >> i'm glad you didn't try that on me. for the record, so you know, you don't mess with me like that. by the way, that secondary
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today, because mckelvin had issues last week. he got burned, looked bad against odell beckham. they kept these guys out >> you're not going to stop julio jones. what you try to do is contain him and one of the things that jim johnson was real good at he wanted to take the overother team's best player and contain him and not allow him to be the guy to win the football game and i thought they did dhea. i got to tell you, malcomb jenkins is playing like one of the best safeties in nfl, not on the eagles in the nfl. ladies and gentlemen. he is a solid football player. he plays with a certain purpose. >> no doubt >> he's the type of guy. he wants to be that guy. he wants to be the guy to make the biggest play of the game
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that makes the difference to win the football game. that's special. >> falcons on two for 11. they take on the seahawks next week. i want to know about the birds, four and 0 at home. why is there such a discrepancy in the way they play road 1 and four versus at home >> i think it's a built-up, at the end of the day when you go play a football game you play a football game. >> there's got to be -- because the numbers are so different and they play -- tells you there's something about this team when they play at home >> you play at home, you're comfortable, family stlchl you're not travelling. you come out there. it's your home thing and you take pride. especially when you coming off of two losses, but at the end of the day still lining up on the
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grid iron playing football. you got to play football. i don't care where it's at. listen, i can go on a football field and state of new jersey or california. at what point in history that was a football field. if it was every football field i could smell it. it's in me. i get chills, it's -- my senses become more heightened because i'm ready. it doesn't matter if you're in philadelphia or seattle >> whatever they need to take with them to seattle, i don't want to know if you have to take your cat, dog, wife, whatever, your food. let's see if the birds play the swaim >> i got a prediction and i'm telling you this is -- you can mark it down write it down, do whatever you want to do, the birds will finish the season five and two. we got seven games you mean. it takes me awhile to add them up.
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five and two. >> you heard the prediction right here, my man, darin walker. we're going to take a time out. when we come back after the break, a flyers injury, steve mason going to be doing heavy lifting. this one was bananas. if you don't like the
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he can, barber out with a hamstring issue, bad for us re news for the flyers, michael notifier. and boyd gored is still out with an upper body injury, he'll be out at least a week. it was wild and crazy day around the nfl. around the national football leading starting in the nfc east.
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this may have been the game of the day, steelers and cowboys. 42 seconds left. antonio brown he throws it deep. dan marino fake spike got them. steelers take the league. cowboys nine second left. ezekiel elliot. 32-yard touchdown. he becomes the second rookie to rush for 1,000 yards. tony door set, cowboys win it 35-30. eight in one on the season. washington, hosting the minnesota vikings, kirk cousins, two touchdowns tosses, the vikings and sammy b, dropped fourth straight game, washington the winner, 26-20. down in the by you broncos and saints, new orleans, go for the extra points but rejected block.
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going the other way, the broncos, taking it back for two points and that's how they win the game. shell shocked. that's the super dome. denver wins it 25-23. everybody crushed demarco murray when he was traded away. saying that he was done over the hill. look at this dude, 75 yard touchdown for demarco murray and you know what? he also throws one as well. take a look at this, slings it for the td in the back of the ends of. tightens blasted in the greenbay packers 47-25. to speaking of former eagles, byron maxwell with a pick of this game, check out kiko alonso. picked off rivers four times in
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13 minutes. yikes. 31-24 your final score in favor of san diego. time for a final break. when we return, it's the top three plays of the
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val kilmer struggling to speak. the shocking new video after denying he has cancer. >> what's really going on with his health? plus, brad pitt's first interview since his split? >> it's really nice having the support. >> as new details about the child abuse investigation surface, what angelina wants the world to know now. then why prince harry can't keep quiet about his new hollywood girlfriend as the stars speak out on the royal romance. >> i want to sit back with some popcorn and watch how the royal family deals with this. plus the cast of happy days reunited. >> can you imagine how extraordinary it was. >> behind the scenes as the stars remember their mentor, garry marshall. >> it makes me want to cry right now. >> and we're on the set of melissa mccarthy's new movie. >> how cool was i? >> sure, she's hollywood's funniest actress, but can she play racquetball?
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>> now, this is "entertainment tonight." >> thanks for joining us. >> let's get right to the latest hollywood news. >> startling new video of val kilmer, the star struggles to speak out for the first time since denying that he has cancer. >> i went to rehearsal down in florida, and i started having trouble with my speech. my tongue swelled up and i had to cancel the tour. >> you could hear the 56-year-old taking labored gasps for air, often wiping his mouth with a tissue. nearly a year being spotted out with a tracheostomy tube sparking fears he was battling throat cancer, he was able to crack a few jokes at the screening of his film.
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>> you're everyone's problem. i don't like you because you're dangerous. >> that's right ice man. >> 30 years since top gun, val has kept a relatively low profile. but it was this photo of the star looking frail in may of last year that was alarming. earlier this month, val's friend, michael douglas, said val was battling the same oral cancer he had. kilmer took to facebook to say michael was, quote, misinformed. so what do we know about val a mystery illness? all the star admits to is, quote, a lump in my throat. i have no cancer whatsoever. i still have a swollen tongue and am rehabbing steadily. up next, val will continue to promote his film. he has another appearance thursday and is hoping to book more. let's move on now and talk
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about the new break through in brad and ang lee's na divorce case. >> we have been following all the new developments after brad went public and fired back at angelina's request for sole physical custody of their six children. here's the latest. >> brad, brad! >> it's really sweet. everybody has been really kind out here. >> this is brad wednesday night. smiling, working the allied premiere, taking countless selfies with fans. about four hours after we got the news that pitt was cleared of all child abuse allegations, he proved that nasty divorce and custody battle will not keep him down. >> as red carpets go, i love this. this is so civilized. i feel like i'm back in the movie. is it reminding you of some of the glamour of the film? >> not really. >> with the two-month investigation finally over, sources tell us, quote, there was no validation or proof of abuse. nothing inappropriate happened. it was totally a child/parent disagreement.
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angelina's reaction? the actress was, quote, relieved. her rep tells "e.t." the department of child and family services is satisfied the safeguards are put in place that will allow the children to heal. >> i think of the joy that we have in our family because we are together. >> i love being a mom. i love my kids. >> brad also stepped out on tuesday. he was supported with a hug by close friend julia roberts. brad was not wearing his wedding band. he introduced the film he executive produced, moonlight. >> if i were representing brad pitt, i would advise him not to answer any questions about his personal life or this abuse investigation that's pending. why? because that could impact his case in court. >> as for brad's custody strategy, well, the clock is ticking. we learned this week that brad and angelina signed a temporary custody agreement. the six children stay with her, and he gets therapeutic visits. >> they say possession is nine tenths of the law. whoever has the kids has
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control. the longer this temporary plan goes where he has visits only with therapists, the longer the kids are going to get used to life without him, and courts are not likely to disturb status quo. now to a budding high profile relationship and something you rarely see by the way. am i right? a royal opening up about his personal life. >> major. >> prince harry confirmed this week that he is dating american actress, the very beautiful meghan markle. >> you said it, cam. this is a big deal because harry doesn't kiss and tell either. so why break his silence now? well, he's mad, and he's slamming the press for how they're treating his girlfriend. >> the private life has to be private. >> prince harry was adamant. he wants the press to back off. harry defended his new girlfriend, american actress meghan markle in this statement released tuesday by kensington palace. in it, the 32-year-old condemned the media for, quote, abuse and harassment. >> there has been a tsunami of interest in her life, her
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family, and the media have left no stone unturned. and that is what is at the root of this unprecedented and utterly extraordinary statement. >> it also mentions, quote, the nightly legal battles to keep defamatory stories out of papers and her mother having to struggle past photographers in order to get to her front door. harry also took issue with what he called the, quote, racial undertones of press coverage. meghan's father is white. her mother is african-american. she has described herself as biracial. the prince's new girlfriend was snapped leaving a grocery store thursday. the with exclusive photos of the actress just before she returned to kensington palace. security? nowhere in sight. >> unless and until she becomes a royal girlfriend and that's official, ie, a royal engagement, meghan will not have royal protection. if she's going to need protection, she'll have to pay for that herself or prince harry will pay for it.
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meghan is staying here at nottingham cottage. this is prince harry's home. it used to be the home of william and kate. of course meghan has now had the opportunity to meet william and kate. >> on friday, prince harry observed armistice day in london. but a week from sunday, it's off to the caribbean. >> there is some speculation about whether or not meghan will join harry on this tour. my sources are saying no. don't forget this is an official tour. harry is carrying out on behalf of the queen. his focus is going to be on carrying out royal duties, which is why they're seeing each other now. now we turn to an update on the heartbreaking news we learned late last week. michael buble's 3-year-old son noah is battling cancer. this week we heard about how the grammy winner's family is holding up and the prognosis. ♪ >> liver cancer, that's the reported diagnosis for little noah after a biopsy was done in l.a. he has reportedly started
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chemotherapy and will be undergoing treatment for four months with the possibility of surgery afterwards. ♪ the diagnosis came after extensive testing was said to be done in argentina. the family then turned to doctors in the u.s. the sister reportedly told a newspaper, quote, for personal and family reasons, mike and my sister decided to fly to the states. she went on to say we have faith in noah being able to overcome this. my nephew is a warrior. but there is good news for the 3-year-old. doctors have apparently told the family that noah has a 90% chance of beating the disease. ♪ the family first made the announcement last week, telling fans they were taking time off from their careers to be with noah. michael has canceled his appearance at next month's bbc music awards in longd. and lieu he's ana was said to be filming a movie with hayden christianson but those plans
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have been put on hold. our thoughts and prayers are with noah and his entire family. >> we have much more to get to. coming up. we're behind the scenes as the happy days cast is reunited. >> then our face-off with melissa mccarthy and behind the scenes kicking butt with scarlett johansson as the a-lister reveals her softer side to "e.t." then katie holmes as jackie. matthew perry as teddy. the controversial kennedy miniseries returns, recreating the chap quidic ss ♪ tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto®- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto® was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital
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tougher job at home. i know you know what this is like. she's raising a 6-year-old daughter, and carly steele got the latest details. >> teaching her how to read. so now that you've played someone who's an expert in communication, did that help? >> well, no, because ultimately i'm not the best teacher for her. i get kind of like i want for her so bad, like she can feel my anxiety, and i have to remember to calm down and she'll get it in her own time. i'm sometimes -- we have fun with it. we laugh a lot. >> you are committing an act of treason. >> amy's also a mom in arrival, and it's aliens she's trying to communicate with. she brought her daughter to the set and co-star jeremy renner also brought his daughter, ava. he's been teaching her, but the subject is math. >> you're teaching a 3 1/2-year-old anything, you have to keep it fun and games. it's going to be difficult when she's going to know more math than me probably. >> she's such a sweetie.
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i think we bonded a lot over being parents. >> now that's a proper introduction. >> you guys both had your children there. >> their names are actually quite similar. >> oh, i think that's adorable. now to another movie out this weekend, billy lynn's long halftime walk. it stars vin diesel. vin told me when oscar winning director ang lee asked him to do this movie, well, he just couldn't say no. >> it's going down. >> what? >> he said, you know, this is a soldier that is a cross between rambo and buddha. >> you're my spirit animal. >> we're a nation of children, billy. we go somewhere else to grow up. >> the thing i was going to say, you're kind of a cross between rambo and -- i'm serious. i feel like you are. you've got this tough as nails
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exterior, but we know you're a softy. >> so true. >> what do we owe the pleasure of your listening? >> private lynn, an ang lee story is that 25-year-old british born newcomer joe allen. >> such a talent. >> kristen is another of joe's famous co-stars. >> it's really good to have you back. >> what was that like working with him? >> it kind of goes like this. obviously. >> it was -- >> intimidating. >> it was intimidating. >> were you able to look her in the eyes? >> absolutely not. >> he plays a wartime hero who experiences post-traumatic stress. >> we did two weeks of boot camp together. very, very tough. >> did you have to go through boot camp with the rest of the fellows? >> no.
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i did my boot camp in saving private ryan. up next, scarlett johansson, cameron mathison. in new zealand. >> i can't believe you're here. >> only we are on the set. find out what it really takes to be an a-list star. >> everybody needs toilet paper. >> then feisty wendy williams on prince harry's new actress girlfriend. >> i want to sit back with some popcorn and watch how the royal family deals with this. >> plus the controversial kennedy miniseries is back with matthew perry recreating one kennedy miniseries is back with matthew perry recreating one infai take to the open road.ted healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine.
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afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. and welcome back, everybody. we've seen scarlett johansson go from sexy love interest to a take no prisoners action star. >> and now she is playing her third butt kicking character. by the way, i traveled halfway around the world to be first on the set.
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>> action! >> those gunshots sound sometimes louder than anything i've ever heard on set. you're hard core out there. >> jumping in. doing a deep dive. >> taking cover. >> so right now, they're blocking out a scene that's going to take four days to shoot. one scene, four days. scarlett plays a combat ready cyborg with a human mind. >> i like the wig. >> it's my hair. >> it's your real hair? >> maybe. >> i liked your hair is what i meant to say. it's a good look. i think it would be weird if the person that your everything suddenly looks like the person that's not your everything anymore. >> of course rose is scarlett's 2-year-old daughter. >> lucy, black widow, now major.
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these are some pretty kick ass characters. >> i think more than anything, i want my daughter to, you know, feel comfortable taking risks and know that, you know, you can -- sometimes you fail, and then when you win, it's awesome. >> dig in there, man. perseverance whatever you do. >> peaks and valleys. >> and in this world of scarlett's task force, fighting cyber criminals, it's got to be high tech. >> a parade of awesome cars. i saw the interior. i thought it was yours. >> why, because it's baby blue? like your eyes? >> it looks like we're in some asian metropolis, right? actually we're in the heart of wellington, new zealand. is it less of a paparazzi issue? >> i'm pretty low key anyway. >> to them, that's fascinating. getting scarlett johansson buying toilet paper. >> i do need it.
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everybody needs toilet paper. >> the shock they're waiting for. >> i know, it's shocking. >> you rock. >> thank you. you rock, in wellington. i can't believe you're here. >> hanging out with scarlett johansson. >> tough life. now, don't be surprised if you see the black widow again. we believe scarlet will be in the next avengers film. >> now to the transformation of katie holmes back into jackie kennedy. look at her. you'll remember the original kennedy miniseries came under fire amid concerns that a few of the scenes were more fiction than fact. so how will this sequel be received? we have the first look. >> it's not about what you can get away with. it's about who you want to be. >> this time katie is jackie in the late 1960s after the assassination of robert kennedy. the clothes and hairstyles reflect the times. the original miniseries scored huge sers despite the controversy. >> our makeup and hair and
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wardrobe, they were fantastic. when you walked out of the trailer, you felt different. >> i wish i had died. >> matthew perry transforms into senator ted kennedy with the help of a prosthetic nose. in this four hour sequel, the family's tragedies are played out, including the chappaquiddick scandal where campaign worker mary jo co-peckny drowned in a car ted was driving. >> you think the girl's death will affect your chances of being the president. >> the last time katie played jackie was back in 2011. she was still married to tom cruise. >> it was daunting because everything has their idea of who she was. you're never going to please everyone. >> from jackie's headline making second marriage to billionaire air stotle onassis to the tragic love story between her son john jr. and carolyn bess et. the new miniseries combines all the drama. >> don't let it be forgotten that for one brief shining
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moment that was known at camelot. >> now to a netflix series which is one of the most expensive shows ever. i'm talking about the clown. now, it tells a story of the early days of queen elizabeth ii, but is it binge worthy? we went to the london set to find out. >> action! ♪ >> the crown starts with a wedding. it's an obvious love match with prince phillip denouncing all his foreign titles to be with elizabeth. the two started corresponding when she was just 13 and he was 18. no one wanted her to marry him. she did it anyway. less than five years later, she would be queen. >> that's what i love the most about them. they are genuinely trying to have a relationship and a marriage. >> plenty of family drama to work with, but what about eye
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candy? >> absolutely not. >> the crown casting the royals in the bit of a new light. prince phillip played by matt smith comes off as a stud who sleeps in the nude. but when the clothes are on, they're stunning. not only were replicas of the queen's exquisite gowns created to exact detail, elaborate costumes for more than 7,000 extras were also custom made. it's no wonder the series so far has cost a reported $100 million to make. >> and action! >> season one is ten episodes. season two is already shooting. netflix is planning six seasons in all. >> each season is going to be taking a look at the different decades that queen elizabeth has gone through. but clearly got to talk about something. >> what is it? >> the crown. >> the actual crown. >> did it really fit? >> they had to stuff it with lots of stuff to make it fit. you do have to hold yourself properly, and i did have to practice with it quite a lot.
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>> what are you hoping that the royal family's reaction is going to be if they do tune in? >> well, i hope they invite us out for dinner. >> that would be nice. >> if it was me, i'd be intrigued to see it. i'm vain. >> i've been there and done that and want to probably just get an early night. on the way, melissa mccarthy and kevin fraser, wild times on the racquetball court. >> then wendy williams on prince harry's new actress girlfriend. plus why she's going off on mariah's big breakup. >> i told you he wouldn't mary you. >> and toddlers and tiaras star revealing what her life is like after leaving the show. ♪ >> closed captioning provided by --
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if you're just joining us, here are this week's top five stories. number five, janet jackson's
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secret baby confirmed? while ready to welcome her first child, janet's first husband james debarge appeared on growing up hip-hop, claiming he once fathered a child with jackson. >> the truth is not coming forward. >> janet had not commented on these latest allegations by our deadline. number four, mariah carey's unsigned prenup? details have leaked and we're told her fiance james packer discussed paying mariah $6 million a year for every year they were married with a max of a $30 million payout. ♪ other details include james would give mariah her own credit card, her own private aircraft to use, and a wardrobe allowance. ♪ tuesday night, mimi hit the stage in mexico and was still wearing her engagement ring. ♪ number three, prince harry goes public. he made his first appearance thursday after confirming he's
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dating american actress meghan markle. harry made his devotion to meghan loud and clear, defending the actress in a statement. harry condemned the media for, quote, abuse and harassment about his relationship, characterizing the coverage of having racial undertones. meghan has described herself as biracial. number two, brad's first interview since angelina filed for divorce. >> everyone has been very kind out here. it's really nice having support. >> at the premiere for his movie, not making any mention of his truce with jolie. he and angelina signed a temporary custody agreement where their six kids stay with her, and he gets therapeutic visits. brad has been cleared of child abuse allegations. and the number one story this week, top gun star val kilmer struggles to speak after denying rumors he has cancer. >> my tongue swelled up. >> gasping and wiping his mouth with a tissue, it was kilmer's first time speaking about his
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health in public since sparking fears he was battling throat cancer nearly two years ago. before thursday's screening of his film, the star admitted to having, quote, a lump in my throat. i have no cancer whatsoever. i still have a swollen tongue and am rehabbing steadily. >> go to for the latest. now, mariah's headline making breakup is total fodder. i'm talking about wendy williams. we found out the feisty talk show host has a lot to say about the love lives of mimi and, well, a few other famous folks too. >> mariah, i told you he wouldn't marry you. i told you your antics would make him sick. with an attitude like that, no man is going to stick around. >> wendy has famously feuded with mariah in the past, calling her too fragile for reality tv.
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and now she's throwing more shade. >> no man wants all this all the time. tone it down. put on a t-shirt. if she doesn't turn this off, this is not an act. it's really her. >> should she give this $10 million ring back. >> what she should do is take a hammer, crunch it up and make a really beautiful collar for one of them cats because that's all she's going to have to keep her warm at night. >> she's got a lot to say about another famous couple, prince harry and meghan markle. >> i think it's fabulous. i want to sit back with some popcorn and watch how the royal family deals with this. >> but for all her swagger, the woman with her own home shopping network fashion line is pretty down to earth. she invited us into her closet where price tags don't matter. >> this skirt, which is one of my favorites, i got this from target, walmart, i forget which one. >> so now who is somebody you really look up to when it comes to their style? >> i love jennifer lopez's style. i love sarah jessica parker's style. i love victoria beckham's style,
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but let me say i love these women's style. it doesn't mean it's right for me. i don't fill out jeans the way jen does, nor does she fill out a blouse the way i do. and victoria beckham, the way she does it, you know, never smiling and all, i'm just not that cool. but it's fun to watch her, you know, be the cool, mean, rich lady. >> one of these days, i really wish wendy williams would tell us how she really feels. >> tell it like it is. >> if you also want to talk sassy, listen to this. ♪ >> oh, yeah. that's the song that help maked her one of the biggest stars on toddlers and tiaras. >> how much has she changed since her pageant days? >> the thing i loved most was getting on stage and performing. >> my name is eden and i'm 4 years old. i'm the world's youngest superstar. i hated the hairspray.
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i mean now it's not that bad because i'm used to it. >> it's been five years since eden left the world of child pageants. now the 11-year-old quit home schooling and is now a cheerleader in arkansas. but she isn't ready to hang up her tiara just yet. >> i know i'm going to do pageants when i'm holder because that will be fun. but i have got some dresses, and maybe i'll wear them. >> i like it, but i like the other one too. >> we went dress shopping with eden and her mom. ever wonder where all 300 of those crowns she won went? well, eden sleeps with them right here in her bedroom. eden made a triumphant return to toddlers and tiara as last week, but this time she was a judge. the little contestants and their moms treated her like royalty. >> it's been a long time. i'm back. >> as for the future, eden will be walking new york fashion week
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in february. but her big goal it to be like her idol, taylor swift. >> i am on the road for being a megastar. >> i love a girl with big dreams. >> look out. >> she's got them. they don't stop at taylor swift. she says she also wants to be an actress. she could be your next co-star. >> straight ahead, speaking of actresses, melissa mccarthy is hollywood's funniest actress, but can she play racquetball? >> only "e.t." is behind the scenes of her new movie. >> how cool was i, huh? >> plus i am in the kitchen with some feisty grandmas locked in >> plus i am in the kitchen with some feisty grandmas locked in food network's battle what do we want our kids to learn? >> plus i am in the kitchen with some feisty grandmas locked in food nhow to game a test... or test themselves in a game? how to master an exam... or examine a master? how to be robots... or build robots? the njea believes students deserve a well-rounded education- including arts, music, technology,


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