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single for us. this is thirsty thursday. she worked 15 years in this business and she never gave up until she got her first hit. i love that. don't mess with my dreams. >> she's going to sing a song for the very first time right here on our show. we honored she chose us. >> two southern women made their way up north to our plaza to freeze their buns off. one is celebrating a birthday. the other is on a girl's trip. they're going back to their hometowns with hot new makeovers. >> our girl bobbie thomas is going to find out how old your stuff is. get it off the shelves. >> did she get some of your stuff? >> i hope not. did you, bobbie? >> she said she wouldn't touch it. >> health risk. it's a health risk.
>> apparently something on the other day was the people's choice awards. >> jane lynch was hosting. >> it's fun to look at fashions. this is the pregolden globe. >> i guess it's the first award show of the actual award season. >> all right. so anyway, here's some of the fashions we picked out. >> did we match today? >> we tried. >> you're almost book tour. this is a little messy. >> we apologize. >> ellen degeneres and portia de rossi looked elegant in black and white. >> ellen won favorite humanitarian award and favorite day time tv host. >> wait, we didn't win that? >> no. >> kate hudson looked great in the white strapless jump suit. >> a beautiful melissa mccarthy in fun sequined pants. good for her. >> she's trimming down. >> it takes courage for anybody to wear sequin pants and good for her. >> look at meghan trainor. >> we love her. >> those are shorts? it looks like a skort. >> no, i think it's a short dress.
apparently there was an altercation. i love that word. >> well, okay, so "the talk" the cast from "the talk" won the people's choice award and some guy rushed the stage and decided it was going to be his moment. >> we think ourselves as kind of the oddballs of tv or we say we're like a motley crew. >> shoutout to kevin's new album -- >> huh-uh, that ain't going to happen up here. you ain't going to pull no steve harvey up in here. no, sir. security. >> he ate up all their time. >> sharon really did kick him. >> let's follow that, shall we? how about, why did she say steve harvey? who's steve harvey? you're pulling a steve harvey. >> it's kanye. >> right. >> leave steve harvey alone. >> by the way, i want to -- i meant to tweet him and it --
good for steve harvey. he handled it perfectly. he's such a class guy. he's such a good guy. >> we love him. >> we do. >> we have steve harvey today. >> yeah, any day now. any moment. now, let's see. we had sonya here. sonya is our brow lady. she's the best brow person in the world. and she now comes -- when she used to just come and do my eyebrows and yours and christine christine's, now she does the entire "today" show. everybody just lines up for sonya to do their brows. >> here's a question what about the boys. >> all right, well. >> she's been doing our boys for a long time. >> she has? >> yes, matt. >> she does matt's eyebrows? >> she sure does. >> i had no idea matt groomed his eyebrows. >> i don't know how to pronounce sonya's last name. vunsac. something like that. she just added a men's only bar
she's got a distinctive man vibe. men care just as much about their grooming. many of them do as we do. and we're just happy for her. she is just a sweet woman. >> for the first time i'm looking at the brows of our crew. i never was looking at that portion. >> and if you guys -- she did jimmy. >> you guys look good. >> okay. all right. >> somebody doesn't need -- >> look at davey, davey's are perfect. ah, yes, beautiful. >> it's a private little room. men who are a little embarrassed by it can go in there and get their main scapen-scaping done in private. it's a big thing in "the new york times" today, so that's why we're mentioning it. >> prince george, he had his first day of nursery school. kate, instead of having an official photographer, which is the way they usually do it, kate snapped a couple of pics.
he's going to the west acre mont cary school. i guess he's with kids as old as 5. they say the school costs 50 bucks a day. which i think is a good deal. because that's $250 a week. >> i think they can afford it. >> that's $1,000 a month. $12,000 a year. >> on that subject, would you like me to take the painting off your hands that cost you $6,000 to keep in storage? >> the one you gave me as a present? >> yes. >> that i put it. >> moishes storage. you want me to go to moish. >> no, they'll bring it. you don't have to go to moishes. does that mean i don't have to pay the 80 bucks a month? >> yes, i already have a ton of stuff. it will go into a place i already have. >> okay. >> when you get your dream home, you can sell the painting. >> i am never going to sell that pointing. >> you have to sell it. you know you hate it. >> i don't hate it.
it's of new orleans. i love it. i just don't remember what it looks like right now. i really don't remember. but i know it was pretty. >> all right, we'll work that out this year. we'll give you another year to keep paying it. there's a sprinter who's apparently unbelievable. this woman apparently can do things you've never seen. >> when you work out, think about how hard it is to do basic things. i know it is for me. this is a two-time norwegian olympic sprinter. her name is azinni azin. >> something like that. >> she does a stair climb that will blow your mind. >> look at that. >> oh, my gosh! >> is this real? >> oh, she goes over that one. then she keeps going. >> oh, my gosh! >> watch it in slow motion, it's unbelievable. >> it's even more amazing i think when it's actual time. you know how little time you have to set yourself again and
>> look at rachel. look at rachel. can you believe what was just happening there? >> you can hold a note, you know, for a long time but that -- >> is that impressive? >> way more impressive. >> that's called impressive. >> that's called girl power, baby. >> good for her. >> don't try that at home. >> no, don't. >> or even a stadium. >> no, don't, because it won't work out. >> no. >> no, it won't. >> most people have trouble walking up the steps. they'll take one foot, put it on -- they won't even go that way, you know, they make sure. >> all right so what is more handsome than a good looking guy walking down the street? >> with a dog. >> a good looking guy walking down the street with a dog. >> the only thing that's better bjorn. >> ah, but then you know you can't -- you can't have that. >> ah, yes. scratch the baby. >> okay. >> good chance he's divorced though, 1 out of 2 these days so, you know, it's worth a try. but i think there's nothing his children. >> you're right, i love that.
perfect. >> they say that dogs change the game. a study says the roles of pet dogs and cats in human courtship and dating. they talk about the dudes with dogs seem to be more responsible and caring. they feel like they know how to take care of something other than themselves. >> themselves. uh-huh. the trouble with it is say you fall in love with a guy because you meet him, and he's got his dog and then you get together and then the dog becomes community property. then you break up. i'm thinking this through. >> oh, no. >> then, does he get the dog because he owned the dog first or do you go to court to get the dog you've fallen in love with? >> this is the most depressing turn. >> i'm just trying to run out the clock so we don't have time for i-hoda. >> oh! all right. so a woman i love named ingrid mickelson -- >> yes, she's great. >> she has a song that's called "little romance." it's bouncy, it's happy, and i thought i would do it. >> i like her music. >> i know you do.
little romance. you're in the mood for love you're in the mood to dance >> cute. >> you're in the mood for a little romance you're in the mood for love >> she's got a little bop. >> see. >> that's exactly right. there might be a little harmony on the chorus now coming up. >> how do you know? >> 50 years on this show. >> oh, excellent. >> i think she's just -- >> they'll bring in more instruments. of course. yep. >> how did you know? >> because that's the way you build a song. it's like love making. you build it up. you build it up. until it's over.
>> you can listen to us on sirius xm channel 108. >> and now the book tour continues. where can people come see you? >> thanks to everybody who came to the 92nd street y last night. andy cohen was there. >> and then -- >> i'll be in florida. >> okay, we'll talk about that tomorrow. >> and wait until you see our ambush makeovers. >> "fight song" singer rachel. she's going to perform for us live! the flu virus hits big. with aches, chills, and fever, there's no such thing as a little flu. and it needs a big solution: an antiviral. so when the flu hits, call your doctor right away and up the ante with antiviral tamiflu. prescription tamiflu is an antiviral that attacks the flu virus at its source and helps stop it from spreading in the body. tamiflu is fda approved to treat the flu
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>> now a brand-new cd called "wildfire." >> we're so happy for you. >> she's one of the good girls. >> she is. >> you guys are so sweet. >> we love your music. for me and hoda to agree on music, it is a miracle. >> we've enjoyed your journey. we would have heard by now. there would be stories. >> it took 15 years for you to really have the breakout hit. is tre a voice in your head saying you know what, there's a reason i'm not getting traction, maybe there isn't the right path for me? >> i don't know if i ever considered quitting. it was too loud in my heart. i did a lot of charity with music. i got to see the impact it would
i'm like, who am i to say it's not enough? >> it's not somebody's critique of your work. >> that's enough, you know. >> it wasn't like, oh -- >> it took a while to get that. >> it was -- >> awful. >> the chorus came really easily. it felt like, i don't know, but the verses were so hard to write. >> how come i wonder. >> i think maybe it was the message. it was the whole story. it was the thing about getting out the feelings that were hard to say and hard to admit. i don't know. it was really tough. >> i love the story, you were down in lower manhattan and you looked out, you looked -- tell everybody that one, that's so cool. >> well, finally, one night, the right verse came to me. it was 3:00 in the morning. i was looking out on the hudson and i said like a small boat on the hudson. that was the original word. i changed it to ocean.
there was these ripples coming away from the tug boat and it was making a huge impact. >> this little boat. >> what that song has meant to people. >> i want you to write a song called "tug boat." not hudson. it's been done. tug boat. for children. a little children's song. >> when you watch what your song -- this song is so impactful to young kids who are ill, to grown-ups, to people trying to overcome something. can you believe, when it came out of you, did you think, this is an anthem, like, i'vemanager did, right? >> i was scarred from the years of not making it and rejection. yes, somewhere deep inside, there was a belief that, you know what, this could help people. "wildfire." you have your own tour bus, it's so exciting. >> that's when you made it. >> you know, you're not in the van anymore. >> so many years in the van. i'm psyched about the bus. >> oh, that is so awesome.
we're so excited she's going to sing for us. >> yes. >> you have 40 minutes, okay. >> she can do it. >> we'll see you later in the show. >> you're going to sing "speechless" for us, right? we love you too. bobbie's buzzing with a checkup for your makeup. >> and you've seen their befores. ambush makeovers. pepper discovers a wholesome breakfast with jimmy dean delights, made with real egg whites, lean cut meats, and whole grains. an excellent source of protein, it's a delicious way to fuel up on energy to help power through her morning run. which motivates these bikers to pedal faster, and inspires ted to land that front-side ollie. which delights everyone, including pepper's twins with jimmy dean delights, good mornings
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bags because she has a checkup for your makeup. >> i think it's really important, this is a great time of year to do that. let's start right away with something that can be confusing. get to know your packaging. the label information specifically. >> nobody reads it, do they? >> no, but if there's an expiration date, use that. this symbol, you can usually find. it looks like a jar. >> which must mean six months. >> that's the period after opening. so after you open it, you'll want to use that as a general rule. >> in six months? >> that's the other thing, if you can't find that, you can also go online to our website because i have listed a checkup app and there's a website you can type in the batch code and they can tell you. >> you're not going to remember, when did i buy that mascara. you don't -- >> exactly. there's a really great app that when you buy your products you can organize them in there. and it's great.
it will give you an alert. >> something like this, and you wonder why you're breaking out. you know. >> oh, is that what happens? >> what do you think about mascara? >> i don't know, a year. >> no, oh, my gosh, hoda, three months. it's around your eyes. three months for your eyes. >> that explains those styes. >> when it comes to lips, be really careful. lipstick is not something that lasts as long as you think. >> how long a year? >> six months. >> lip gloss, believe it or not, 12 months. >> how do you know if your lipstick's bad? >> it usually will get dried out. any time a color changes or it smells. there's actually as you just saw, there's a graphic you can go see on our website too. you want to make sure you wash your brushes ses once a week. >> nobody does that. >> it's disgusting, there's bacteria. and sponges are even worse.
around for a long time. >> it's my go to. >> if we don't get through this segment, everything is online. >> sorry. >> you want to look at also how it's -- >> what's this, cream? >> if it's a one-way evacuation, a pump, it lasts longer. if you're dipping into it, you just want to get rid of it, especially after six months. organic products, great, but you have to look at the expiration because they have no preservatives in there. you'll see that some bottles are dark and that's to protect it from the sun. if you have clear perfumes, make sure they're not directly in sunlight. >> i've ordered perfume on amazon and it comes and it's old and it doesn't smell good. >> are you putting down amazon? >> the sellers. you have to make sure you know who you're buying from. discount beauty suppliers can sometimes buy bad expired products. think about where your products live. in the shower. it's wet, it's humid, it's a breeding ground for bacteria.
hands, you have ten shampoo bottles open from two years. >> no. >> yes. >> make sure at least once a year, two years is the max, get rid of all the i don't know if you've ever taken the time to learn a little tiny bit of somebody else's native tongue? that opens up the doors to trust. my name is kanyon. i'm a technician here in portland oregon. every morning, i give each one of my customers a call to give them a closer eta. and when i called this customer, i discovered that he was deaf. then i thought of amanda. i've known american sign language since i was about 8 years old. it's like music for your eyes. and i thought that was an amazing gift to have, to be able to communicate with the deaf. my friend kanyon asked me to help him explain how today's appointment will go.
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we're back on this thirsty thursday. can you think of a better way to start this new year than with a hot new look? >> not really. >> we need to get one. >> we're getting tired. >> a little old. >> that too. our lucky ladies with their ambush makeover. "today" contributor -- louis licari, la, la, la and "today's" jill martin. >> how was it today? >> a bill chilly. basically, jill and i just looked for the two people that looked like they were close to frozen and said you better come in. >> our first lucky lady is
she's 56 years old today. good for her. >> oh, happy birthday. >> she's from cleveland, tennessee, visiting new york for the first time to celebrate. she never puts on any makeup. mostly because she doesn't know what she should be doing. >> that's a lot of ladies i think. >> exactly. >> she says this year she went down seven pant sizes. so she can definitely use additions to her wardrobe. let's listen to her story. >> this was a major arts and crafts project. i love these signs. and i love how much you want this for your sister. tell me why. >> today's her birthday. and she lost 75 pounds this year. so this would be a great exclamation point to her new look. >> ah, we are so excited to give this to you for all those reasons. are you nervous are you excited? >> i'm very excited and i want wait to see how it turns out. yeah! >> that's fantastic. >> we're so happy for her. she's here with her sister, linda. you saw her niece catherine and her son's girlfriend ali. the whole family's here. all right, gang, please keep
here is karen bunch before. all right, karen. let's see the new you. >> wow! >> wow! >> all right, kids, take off your blindfolds and look over here. >> are you ready? >> i think so. >> you got it. spin around. you might need your glasses. you can put them on if you want to see. >> oh, my goodness, i can't believe that's me. >> awesome. >> you look gorgeous. >> stand right here on your star. >> you are -- >> louis. >> tell us about it. >> thank you. it's her birthday today as well. >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday, number one, i made her color richer, deeper color. and blonde hair was just -- it wasn't doing too much for her. it was like a middle color. so i just pullled it in another direction. then we were lucky ghufenough to
styles simple and chic and very sexy. >> and gorgeous makeup. >> you know she did. >> linda and company what do you guys think of the new look? >> she looks beautiful. >> doesn't she? >> just stunning. >> sexy. >> so great. jill, i love the leather and the black. it looks great together. >> you know, when you lose so much weight, it's nice to have staples. new staples. robert rodriguez slacks. i love, these fit perfectly on her. andrew mark leather jacket. >> she's just tiny. >> a big round of applause. >> you can join your family. >> our next lady is debby foster. she's 55 years old. from elavilvis' birthplace, tupelo, mississippi. she's a retired elementary school teacher. her daily routine consists of a little makeup and letting her hair dry. first, let's hear her story. >> girls trip from mississippi, very exciting.
tell me why she deserves this. >> well, 2015 was a hard year for her. she's been through a divorce and had to move back in with her mom. so she's just had some issues this year. we're excited because it's a makeover and a new start for 2016. >> sounds like you truly deserve this. do you feel up for it? >> yes. i'm so excited. >> oh! we love her. >> all right, she is here with her friends lea and liz and joanna. let's take one last look at debby before and bring out debby foster. wow. >> oh, wow! >> ladies, you want to take off your blindfolds? >> we can't wait. >> oh! >> good! >> so cute. >> debby, we won't make you wait any longer. turn around sweetie and see how you look. >> oh, my god! >> you look good.
>> oh, wow! >> all right, tear yourself away. look right here at camera 12, please. >> you look awesome, debby. what i did is i added depth to her color but i left some highlights out. a melange of colors. and the haircut, swept back to the side. >> so modern. >> i think this is the time you should take pictures for online dating, by the way. there's a man downstairs, i believe. >> get ready for a busy year after that, sweetie. all right, what's this outfit, sweetheart? i think i know. >> we know the top is clara sun rose. staples you can use. and nydj jeans. i love this dainty jewelry by marlin chef. >> is that the trend, going back to the dainty? >> especially on black with denim. >> what do you think, ladies? can you believe what's happening?
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much flavor, you really don't need a lot of meat. this is asian noodle salad. the key ingredients are the ginger and coriander. >> none of that is really that expensive. >> some of these are pantry staples for people. >> if you want to help me with the marinade, we can put this into our bag. >> is that soy sauce? >> lemon. >> lime. >> lime, love it. >> ginger. i'll help you with the garlic. a little bit of salt. i'm going to put that meat in there. >> marinade for a while, right? >> you really have to squeeze out all the air so that marinade -- >> has no place to go but right into it. >> you want to suffocate it. going nowhere. oh, i know you love to -- >> she does like to spank. she's a spanker. as they say. >> i know. >> and then one more. >> okay. so over here -- so you let it marinade. overnight would be awesome to
next, we're going to do some coriander. >> stop spanking the meat. >> i don't think anybody noticed. >> all right, hoda. >> oh, good, yours. >> so coriander seed, you can either use the morel le moreltel and pestle. you really want to crash it up. my mom always used a wooden spoon and then spakmacked me afterwards. >> seems to be a theme. >> put it on both sides of your steak. >> you're picking it up with your fingers. shouldn't do that, right? >> yeah, you're not going to want to do that. >> actually, i love using tongues because i'm not messing up the manicure. >> all right, so then you're going to put this in the broiler for five minutes on each side. >> oh, it's quick. >> in the broiler, yeah. until it gets a nice medium rare. and then let it set. don't touch it. let all those flavors and
next, we're just going to grab our rice noodles. guys, you have to check out this recipe for the dressing. it is one of my favorites. it's sesame oil. it's red chili flakes, lime. oh, my gosh, it just makes my mouth water. tongs instead of fingers. all right, you can serve this as a salad or nice little taco protein style. if you just want to add some noodles. i'll give you some tongs. >> hoda likes to use her fingers. >> let's get a little steak on her. because i want you to try this. look how good this is. >> i love this stuff. >> and then you fold it over like a taco, right? >> you can. it's either a steak -- here's one for you. you can have the whole plate actually. you can serve it as a salad or as a steak taco protein-style. >> will you cut me a piece of that? >> of course i will. >> we have to go.
thank you so much. all right. >> yeah. >> is it good? >> for the recipe, go to "today."com/food. sorry. >> hoda. >> she's got a lot of fight left in her. now she's going to sing this song for the very first time, rachel platten live with a song everything kids touch during cold and flu season sticks with them. make sure the germs they bring home don't stick around. use clorox disinfecting products. because no one kills germs
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> it's a moment we've been waiting for and we have too. a live performance by rachel platten. >> her brand-new cd is called "wildfire." she is here with her new song being performed for the first time on tv. >> it is called "speechless." >> something we never are. >> ever. >> all right, rachel, take it
>> shhhh. why does this part always go so fast and i really want this to last so bad words distract us going over the truth so hush baby my heart's speaking to you just give me that touch i want it quit talking so much i'm ready stop moving your lips and kiss me keep taking my breath away 'cause you make me speechless you quiet my demons so why don't we hold tonight and just keep beside and when we we
you make me speechless we're getting loud tonight we're allowed tonight to be, be, be c'mon baby make me speechless c'mon baby make me body language screaming everything and keep giving it to me fire away just give me that touch i want it quit talking so much i'm ready stop moving your lips and kiss me keep taking my breath away 'cause you make me speechless you quiet my demons so why don't we hold tonight and just keep beside
i don't need no reason you make me speechless we're getting loud tonight we're allowed tonight c'mon baby make me speechless when you touch me when you kiss me i'm speechless get a hold of me come beside of me nothing left to say 'cause you make me speechless you quiet my demons so why don't we hold tonight and just keep beside of me i don't need a reason when you oh oh oh we're getting loud loud and loud yeah we're allowed to be be be c'mon baby make me
here's what we had to say. >> i think people believe what they say most of the time but it's not always perceived the way they intended. >> i say unless you like offending people -- no, it's not okay. >> wow. that was harsh. >> rough judgment. >> self-righteous. >> judge judy. >> okay. >> wait a minute, why did i say that? >> we all do. it's motivation. >> you don't mean it. >> we mean it but not that way. all right, tomorrow, will we find love for one of our "today" show bachelors? >> this is going to be so cool. >> a dating game. the guys known as dave and ethan. >> the love makers. >> one exercise machine that's