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and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza.io baby love my baby love >> look what's in the kitche with us on thirsty thursday, february 18th.rs >> smiles! >> oh, so good to see them. bobbie's going to be with us to tell us all the latest stuff for babies. >> don't babies make everything better? i don't care what else happens be in the show today. >> they're going to grow up best friends, just like their moms. how awesome. >> how sweet. >> that was dibs s by kelsey ke balance ballerina, who owes everything to you. >> she does. i didn't even realize it.er >> like kanye. we do have a great show. from "entertainment weekly," tim stack is going to fill us in on
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miss, coming up. >> then if it's thursday you know louis and jill are here on the plaza looking for a couple deserving women to ambush. we're going to reveal their gorgeous t looks after this. >> plus everyone has a story and tonight we have a really special love story proving it's never too late to tie the knot. and we wrote a song called "never too late for love," and the glorious," victoria clark's going to sing it for us.us tony award-winning. >> you know what it is. it's a birthday. hannah kotb is 9. >> yes she is. >> happy birthday to hannah. wishing her a good one today. >> and equally important, it is national wine day. >> what do you mean, equally important? a child was born! into the world. >> well, this child was born many, many, many decades ago and national wine day is a good day. >> you know how many tweets i got about national wine day? what do people think? >> we were shooting a little thing on the street the other day and a big truck goes by and these guys lean out the window and say "where's my wine?" w that's not funny.
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>> almost as big as spanky tuesday. >> spanky tuesday's getting way too big. by the way, if you saw the well daily news"th today, check out the "daily news" column because it gives a great description of spanky tuesday.ti worth a read. >> we're following up on yesterday, random acts of kindness day. and you shared your stories.ngne with you. >> megan said while she was grocery shopping with her cryingf th baby, a cashier handed her a someone wanted you to have this. and she said, i guess they figured i could use a hand. it was greatly appreciated.s a helped pay for some of her groceries. >> trisha said while shopping with her daughter someone overheard her telling her little girl they couldn't afford new shoes for the new school year. so the woman offered to treat trisha's daughter to the new shoes. i love stuff like this. >> yeah. they say all these years crying just remembering those precious acts of kindness. >> keep them coming. >> here's one more. misty told us once a co-worker came in on her day off to bring misty cookies for her birthday. people are very kind and sweet. >> we don't hear about them enough. that's why we like to do this. sen i've been looking forward to seeing this.
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her breakup.ar >> her name is quinn. she is very little. and she wanted to break up with her boyfriend, but she is worried about exactly how she take a look at her talking it through with her mother. >> i think i'm too young to have a boyfriend. but it's, like, he looks so happy. i don't want to break his heart. he looks so happy. >> when he's with you? >> yes. he likes me and i don't really. >> what are you going to do? >> i guess i'll just tell him. i guess i'll just tell him it's time to break up.ll >> and so it begins.
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when you had your first boyfriend? >> yeah, i was in -- i think i was in sixth grade. i wasn't -- >> she's 5. >> she's 5 years old. oh, my god. how about you?my >> well, it wasn't my boyfriend, but it was my first crush was on a guy -- what was his name? i'll think of it in a moment.s there were three that were really cute. dewey pfeiffer was one of them, john lee and chuck kennedy. all three of them at the same time. >> look at you. you know what's funny? >> what? >> three at the same time? three boyfriends? >> well, three guys i thought were cute. >> how old were you?yf >> i think i was in fourth or fifth grade. >> you know what's funny, i'm just having a memory. my parents were super strict. i remember being at virginia beach and there was this boy out in the water and we both sat on a raft together. and i'll never forget what it felt like, because i felt like, you know, we -- my parents were very like i told you, uber strict. and i remember him kind ofof putting his hand on mine, and you could just feel like your
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i think i was probably -- >> mine just started when you touched mine, hody. wow. >> like your heart flutters when you remember it. it's so weird. >> what was his name? >> i don't remember his name. but i remembered -- we always went back to the same beach. i remember looking for him.s and it was just that one summer, that one -- >> if you were that guy and you want -- you want to love yourself some hoda woman, you give us a call. >> stop it. >> all righty.to apparently -- >> well, this is interesting. we were talking about adele yesterday and what it must have felt like when she was singing and had the audio problem. >> she had the audio issue. >> she was on the "ellen show" i think for the first time in five years. she showed up on ellen and she opened up about what happened during that moment. so take a look. >> the sound check was great, ppmoa went really well. i was really excited. and then during the changeover the microphones fell onto the piano strings, which is what the guitar noise was.to some people thought it was bieber rehearsing but it wasn't him. we were on great terms. >> could you tell when you were
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>> i heard it straightaway. i wanted to -- i knew what it was. in the rehearsal, we're going to double mike the piano in case one doesn't work. and i knew where the mike was and asi wanted to turn around and lift it up but i froze.nd but i actually felt like it went well. in the room, they actually sorted the problem and i'm always a bit pitchy anyway.tund so i wasn't particularly -- i am. it's emotion. i was embarrassed. i woke up to the next morning people were saying, we still love you, don't worry. and i was saying, i don't ask you if you still love me. s but thanks. i was embarrassed. >> did you feel bad the next day? >> i cried pretty much all day yesterday.t th a >> so finally you cried to your own song. >> in fairness i would have cried if it went really well auls well. if it werere a standout performance i would have cried. i always cry.ve >> did you want to start over? >> next time i will. next time i have any sound issues, i'm going to stop. otherwise, bye. s >> yeah, yeah. it's the bane of your existence when you're a singer.st one person controls your life and it's the sound guy. >> i did not think i could love
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>> she's so real. >> and she says she has stage fright, which makes you love her. isn't that interesting? all these great singers like carly simon said had stage fright-a dell. is that something you see a lot s of in that industry? it's just interesting. >> the ones you end up learning about are the ones that have gotten over it. otherwise, if you have real stage fright you never make it to the point where anybody knows your name. m >> right. >> i remember my son cody who is a real instinctive excellent actor but he's terrified of auditions so he went the other direction, writing, producing, cast. and just goes in, doesn't care. but fear can paralyze you, as you know.ucuct >> yeah. are you ready for ihoda? you were trying to stall but you can't stall anymore. sometimes if you notice, kath draws out the end of our thursday convo so we don't have to go this way.t >> people get mad at me -- let's discuss this.
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liking what i consider not good sorry. singer. i was a singer for 40 years of and you just have a standard that you care about. >> right. >> i'm not going to pretend to siaranht like something just to make everybody happy. >> okay! this was great. danielle bradbery is a country singer and she has figured out c she figured out how to combine country and rock.o everything sucks in love you know won't see it coming it's like a curveball t' you you're doing just fine she got you on the sideline you think you're tards theowards the end zone you're just headed to the friend zone dsto let me break it down for the facts you will never get a girl like that you've got to step to the plate with a bat that's all i gotta say about that yeah you've got to take a ride o spin a little money, money
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i liked it when it was a song. >> i like it when it -- you don't like it when it goes rap? >> no, i don't, hodi.es i just don't. >> are you sure? >> i'm totally sure. just a reminder. you can listen to us on sirius xm, channel 108. we don't know why you would, but apparently you do. and you can find hoda there every monday and wednesday at 2:00. are you still loving that? >> i do love that. it's a lot of fun. thanks for anyone who is listening. i really don't know if anyone does. >> they don't do ratings over there so you have no idea if anyone's out there at all. unless it's your own mother. >> unless you ask for a call. that's when i'm really shocked. if you say, hey, call in -- and then you go, my gosh, people are listening. it's weird. joanne's been on before. people call. that time. >> they do call out. >> two moms on a trip to europe got what they wereur looking for. they got their ambush makeover. >> pull out your calendars.ngke tim stackable has a list of and must-see entertainment right after this. rr is.
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now that there are hundreds and hundreds of places to go to be entertained, we thought we would help you narrow down the focus. >> so we have what not to miss the next couple weeks on the small screen or big screen like on your phone or computer. >> he is "entertainment weekly" writer tim stack. >> better known as stackable. you should be called lovable. >> do people call you stackable? >> people do, actually, yes. it's mostly my family.
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oh, you're stackable. and i'm like, okay. >> you're also snackable. >> oh, lord. >> i don't know what that -- ooh. >> all right. so let's get started. we have a handful of things you want people to see. "fuller house" is number one on your list. >> "fuller house" is obviously highly anticipated, the return of this classic sitcom from the '90s and it's the tanner family. they move back in. dj is a mother now. she's a widow and moves back into her childhood home with her sister and her old best friend, kimmy gibbler. and the original cast returns. dave, john stamos, lori loughlin. i think lori loughlin is on your show tomorrow. >> sure is. >> but everyone is really excited. it's sort of the same old thing. obviously the olsen twins are not in this one. but it's sort of a return to form. and i think everyone loves this show so much. so i think, you know, it's very highly anticipated. >> you think it's going to be a big hit? >> i think it will do really well. for netflix, i think. because netflix, too, people -- nostalgia's a big deal with
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so i think this just hits on all that. >> this is something parents can watch with their kids. >> yeah, totally. a family show. >> that's a novelty. >> and on netflix. >> all right. let's talk about hugh jackman, our boyfriend. >> yes. boyfriend hugh jackman. so he's starring in a movie called "eddie the eagle." it comes out next friday. it's really cute. i've seen it. it's about eddie edwards. it's a true story about -- he's an englishman who participated in the 1988 calgary olympics. in the ski jump. and he was kind of a nerd, not exactly an athlete. >> but a phenomenon. >> but a phenomenon. and hugh plays his coach. it's charming. it's really cute. it's kind of family-friendly aside from like one scene. >> frank and i did -- hosted the late-night olympics back in 1988. >> wow. >> and this was going on. and also the bobsled. the jamaican bobsled. >> "cool runnings." >> those were the two big stories because it was so warm. >> yeah. >> it was unbelievably warm. hardly any snow, but eddy the eagle was quite the phenomenon. >> let's talk oscar. >> obviously the oscars are coming up.
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year. >> so he's not dropping out for sure. >> he's not dropping out. people put a lot of pressure on him because of the whole oscar diversity thing. >> except he expresses diversity by being there. >> well, and i think too it's like he'll be able to comment on it quite honestly and, you know, from a personal place. and i think it's just -- he's so interesting and so provocative and he's a great comedian. but you know, he'll be there. >> he's opinionated. very. >> he's opinionated. "the revenant" has huge buzz for leo dicaprio. also for best picture people think it could win. >> and brie larson -- >> and brie larson for "room" will definitely win. jacob tremblay from "room." gaga will be there performing her song she's nominated for. julianne moore. kerry washington. the weeknd is performing. lots of people. >> "the blind spot" is hot and >> "blind spot" is sort of the biggest new show of the year and it's back. it will be back.
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forever. it's been gone since like thanksgiving. so it will come back. and there's going to be more sort of, you know, secrets revealed about jamie alexander's character, her tattoos obviously are sort of -- >> they're clues, right? >> they're clues. they're like a road map to her past. >> "house of cards" is another biggie on netflix. >> season 4. this show is so secretive. this is one of the shows i have to cover. it's like getting government secrets, impossible to find out anything. but it's coming up for its fourth season. they're adding a bunch of new characters including neve campbell, ellen burstyn, joel kinnaman who was on "the killing" and in "suicide squad." but season 3 ended with, spoiler, with claire leaving frank. so this will sort of see the fallout of -- sorry, hoda. >> thanks a lot. >> sorry. >> i mean, hello. >> just a couple of seconds. but tina fey's new movie. >> "whiskey tango fox trot" that comes out. it's about a woman who goes to afghanistan.
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book about a true story about this woman who actually did do this. >> is this a comedy? no. >> it's like a comedy -- it's like a dramedy. it's a comedy, though. it's comedic. it has margot robbie. and my favorite thing is beyonce. we think beyonce's album is coming out in the next few weeks. >> what? >> yes. >> all righty, then. >> "formation." >> thank you. >> thank you, guys. >> all righty, then. oh, baby, you're gonna love what bobbie's buzzing about. >> new gear that's fun and functional for the little ones. oh, my gosh. >> hi there. >> dressiest little guy in the world!an just the trashcan. it's the "pungent gym bag stink" neutralizer. and the "prevent mold and mildew on the shower curtain for up to 7 days" spray. it's also the "odor causing bacteria" fighter. and even the "athlete's foot fungus" killer.
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great baby shower gift, we've got the new product every mom's going to want. >> here to show them to us, "today" style editor bobbie tooms thomas who's brought along her adorable little guy. >> and her friend's name, andrea. >> what you got, kid? >> this is all about some baby love. i have recently discovered the wonderful world of food that gets spit back at me, so this is a brand-new high chair from for momtz that has thought of something i've wondered why hasn't somebody done this before. this tray top he's trying to get into the bowl is actually a magnet base. and watch this, guys. >> oh. >> the bowl stays put. >> yeah. >> oh, my gosh! >> and you can just -- watch. glide the tray back on and it snaps in place. so this also comes off. and goes into the dishwasher to wash. but he can't push the bowl off to fling it back at me. but you can -- >> the game's over, buddy.
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>> what's that? >> and if you already have a high chair that you love, easy peasy has thought of a similar way to keep everything to stay put. you'll notice that tag is diving into cheerios. but this mat right here is amazing. the plate is built into the silicone mat and it's by easy peasy. it stays put. but also at restaurants, on the go, coffee tables, this is such a great way to keep the plates in one place. >> very, very cute. >> okay. so -- >> and what about bibs? >> the bibs are there for fun. >> just for fun. >> they're interesting. look, you just -- stickers. >> they're just stick-on. >> perfect. >> what's on this table? >> this is actually such a great idea. boon has come up with three different tops that go on to -- not just the cup you get with the straw, but it goes onto any cup you have, at a restaurant or whatnot. and look at that. >> cute! >> so you can have a sippy cup anywhere you go. and not stress about it. so this is another great thing.
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freida, such a smart idea. take a look at the s-shape here. this is actually a nail file that is shaped so that you can get into the corners of your little guy's nails and shape all around. so that you can get in those little spots without clipping him with your big nail file. >> i raised children without any of this stuff. it's really unbelievable to me. >> they all come with clippers. and when it comes to the actual bath time, this other product -- miles is getting all the love over here. >> aww, go to aunty hodi. >> this is called the shelfy, not a selfie, a shelfy. it's a great little ledge that sticks onto the side of the bathtub so that the toys can have a place to stay put. >> that is so cute! >> and over here because kids do love our cell phones, this from skip hop is a really smart stretchy silicone tether. and what i love is that it just sticks right onto the scroller, any stroller, and your cell phone won't go flying onto the ground and breaking when miles
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it and everything else. skip hop, very smart. lots of customers request it. and city stork, if you live in the city, there are wheel covers for your stroller. so you don't have to track the dirt back into the house. >> great ideas, bobbie thomas. love to see you, miles and andrea and tag. thank you for being with us. and our ambush makeover ladies are about to face the mirror and see their hot new looks right after your local news. stay with us.us.. even "turkey jerks." [turkey] gobble. [butcher] i'm sorry! (burke) covered march fourth,2014. talk to farmers. we've seen almost everything, so we know how to cover almost anything.
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in case you didn't know it, it's thirsty thursday, and we are ready for the big reveal of our ambush makeover. >> two lucky ladies who spent the last three hours getting primped and pam 3erd, courtesy of the best styling team in the business. >> "today" sxrisht stylist to the stars -- louis licari, la, la, la, la, la >> even jerry sings it now. >> thank you, jerry. >> and "today" contributor and all-around fashionista, jill martin. >> hi, guys. >> how was it out there today? >> it was good. it was a little more mild. when the weather is more mild, we have more people to pick from, which is much more fun. >> and you get to see more of them because they're not all covered up. >> they're not all covered up. >> pamela lee is 53 years old from boston, massachusetts. pam works as an accountant so spends most of her time in business clothes. today is her last day of vacation and she's ready to go home with a brand new look. let's take a listen to her story. >> this week, it's olivia and sydney's birthday. hurray!
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so why do you want this for her? >> she hasn't had something this nice in a while, and i think it would be good for her to have a makeover and maybe a new look, and i think she deserves it. >> aw, that's so nice. so what a loving family. are you ready for us to do >> i guess so. yes. >> all right, kids. daughters sydney and olivia. >> they don't see you, hoda. >> exactly. keep your blindfolds on for a minute. here's pamela meehan before. all right, pamela. let's see the new you! >> all right, gang. take off your blindfolds. take a look. >> wow! >> oh, my god. everyone has the same hair color. >> stunning. >> spin right around. take a look. >> oh, my god! i love the hair! >> the color's exactly like -- >> oh, wow. beautiful. >> look at your husband. >> oh, my god!
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>> her husband's crying. >> give one to david. >> david. there you go. david, are you okay? >> i'm good. i'm good. >> you know what i love? i love this. look at david for one second. david, what do you think? >> she's beautiful. gorgeous. >> thank you. >> louis, tell us -- the color's spot on. looks just like the daughters. >> every now and then you get lucky, hoda. what can i tell you? what i did here is obviously -- she had highlights on her hair. she is starting to go a little bit gray. it happens to all of us. >> before and after. >> yeah. >> it was making her skin look very ashy. her skin even paler. and the deeper color works. this is vanessa haircut today. simple, because she has great texture. >> jill, that outfit is killer. >> you know, i love winter you could wear winter white in the winter. this is the full outfit is white house, black market. slits. >> i love that!
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>> she's beautiful. >> aw! >> enid did beautiful makeup. >> big round of applause for pamela. go and join your family, sweetie. >> our second lady is alyssa kauffman, 45 from commerce, michigan. alyssa works as a speech pathologist and is here on vacation with her family. before our glam squad got a handle on her, she had never colored her hair. >> wow. >> all right. let's listen to her story. >> well, there's a little excitement in here because you really wanted this. so tell us why. >> i'm so excited to be here. my family's sleeping at the hotel. i got up at 5:00 a.m. to get here. and i'm ready. >> okay. so we asked this earlier. are you going to let us do whatever we want? >> um -- whatever you want. >> good girl! >> oh. >> she's here with her husband larry and their daughters shelby and emily. everybody got out of bed. glad you're here. >> look at alyssa before and bring out alyssa kauffman! come on out. alyssa!
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>> wow. >> oh, yeah. what a nice -- all right, are you guys ready? >> beautiful. >> take off your blindfolds! >> oh, my god! >> whoa! >> well? >> where's my wife? wow! >> you want to see yourself? turn around. >> oh, my god. i can't believe it. >> you look awesome. >> you look beautiful. >> cool! >> wow, i can't believe it. >> spin right around and look at camera 12, please. >> alyssa, the whole thing is, she said louis, i don't wear makeup, i don't do my hair, i it. so what i wanted to do is keep it really close to home. i just made it a little warmer, around the same shade. it will grow out if she wants to or she could color it. i'll give her a formula to take with her of course. enid did a very natural makeup. and again, a soft, simple haircut by vanessa. >> look at the family. >> and jilly, girl, who did you
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>> some pieces by clara sun woo and the blouse by white house black market. i love this faux leather blazer. and the pants are too. but great mixing and matching pieces. >> i love it. >> so lightweight. and that's washable, sweetie. >> you can wash it. >> let's bring other our -- pamela, come on out, sweetie. big round of applause for both our ladies. >> jill and even sxid advancenid and vanessa and everybody backstage. two people who prove it's never too late for love. >> everyone has a story coming up after this. >> you're going to love this story. >> i can't wait. nice job, ladies! can a toothpaste do everything well?zthis clean was like pow! it added this other level of clean to it. it just kinda like...wiped everything clean. 6x cleaning my teeth are glowing. they are so white. 6x whitening i actually really like the 2 steps. step 1, cleans step 2, whitens. every time i use this together, it felt like... ...leaving the dentist office. crest hd. 6x cleaning, 6x whitening
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everyone has a moment everyone has a story. don't they, hodi? >> yeah. and we today have a very special love story to share with you.
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wonderful grandmother phyllis. >> at age 84 phyllis recently married her high school classmate nathan workman. we're going to meet them all in a moment, but first let's listen to lindsay's letter to us. >> last year was the year of the wedding for me. my boyfriend and i attended four. afterwards we joked that we had officially survived wedding season. but boy, were we wrong. >> 85 and 83. how awesome is that? >> in late november, while at a family birthday dinner, my grandmother's 85-year-old boyfriend nate clinked on his glass and announced that they were tying the knot. just three weeks later, i was back at another wedding. this time for my best friend, who also just happens to be my grandmother. my bubbe. >> i'm going to make a toast to you. >> as is customary, i gave a speech and told everyone about how i met my bubbe at my birth and she was instantly crazy about me. growing up, i was fortunate to live close by to my best friend. as a teenager, i learned that
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my best friend had started exchanging e-mails with a boy named nate, whom she had recently reconnected with at her 50-year high school reunion. my bubbe has had a case of the schoolgirl giggles ever since. i didn't think it was possible for my grandmother to become even more beautiful. but nate has cast the most magnificent light that shines in her eyes. while the best friend usually closes the toast with some wedding advice, i decided instead to end with a quote that symbolized their love and 70 years of friendship. a good marriage is where both people feel like they are getting the better end of the beautiful best friend and her handsome groom are both coming out on top in their marriage. who would have thought that the 2015 would be the most memorable? >> we never get tired of stories like this. so special.
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>> here with us are the newlyweds, phyllis and nate, along with phyllis's lovely granddaughter lindsey. >> how is married life? >> wonderful, right? >> you guys like it? >> nate. >> we have a lot of fun. >> you do? >> nate, were you nervous proposing? >> i didn't propose. we just did it. >> what do you mean? how did that happen? >> these things take planning, don't they? >> we were at my boyfriend's birthday dinner. we'd finished eating our cake. and he stood up in the middle of the restaurant and tapped on his glass. and my boyfriend was like oh, say happy birthday to me. >> nope. >> and he said, "we're getting >> and phyllis, what did you think? >> and she said we are. we're going to get married. >> so you'd discussed it. >> yeah. >> on the car ride over. >> oh, on the car ride over. some of the best things in life are that spontaneous, right? >> they had been dating for ten years. >> and they thought it would never last. >> and you guys didn't have a
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is that right? >> that's right. >> did we have a wedding song? >> well, you're about to have one. >> yeah. >> okay? because don't go anywhere. we've got a special love song written just for the two of you, okay? >> yeah. and it's going to be performed
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we are just back with our newest "everyone has a story" honorees. lindsay opper and mer grandmother phyllis and phyllis's husband nate. >> phyllis and nate just got married, but still need a wedding song. so david friedman and i wrote one just for you all. it's called "never too late for love." here to sing it for us is one of the greats on broadway, tony award winner victoria clark.
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by and wonder have we had our final chance to look in our lover's eyes again to blush and feel alive again to hold another close again and dance a romance well it's never too late for love never too late to find what we've been dreaming of love never goes out of fashion love never runs out of passion no it's never, it's never too late for love
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by as youthful beauty fades away we long for the thrill we had before and wonder what we're living for longing for that something more someday but i say it's never too late for love never too late to find what we've been dreaming of love never goes out of fashion no it's never, it's never too late for love so open your heart open our your eyes it's closer than you
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around the corner around the bend sometimes you'll find it right there in a friend forever so remember to never say never 'cause it's never too late for love never too late to find what we've been dreaming of love never goes out of fashion love never runs out of passion no it's never even if it's been forever
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late for love >> yes! beautiful! >> congratulations. >> it's so beautiful. we'll be right back with another surprise for phyllis and nate. >> beautiful. >> this is "today" on nbc. >> beautiful. never too late to find there could be a nation, there had to be people willing to fight for it, to take on the world's greatest challenges, whatever they might be. so, the u.s. army masters not only tactics and strategy, but also physics and chemistry. we make battle plans and create breakthroughs - in medicine, science and engineering. our next mission could be anything. so we prepare for everything.
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well, it's never too late today we are honoring a very special family. newlyweds nate and phyllis who are here with phyllis's granddaughter lindsay.
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special wedding song performed by broadway's victoria clark. composer david friedman and david wild in from hollywood. >> so what did you guys think of the song? >> i thought it was outstanding. >> you know what i noticed, nate? you were looking at phyllis the whole time. >> he was. >> that's what you were doing. >> that's what i do. >> that's what a man in love does, right? so you have your wedding song now, all right? your life is complete. >> yeah. >> except for -- >> everybody should have one. >> everybody should. >> except for one thing. we want to keep the celebration going. we know you guys are going to head back to massachusetts. so barbara lynch's flagship restaurant number 9 park located in boston's historic beacon hill is treating you three to a special dinner. and there's more. >> and the renowned boston symphony orchestra would like to invite the three of you to a performance of your choice throughout their season. >> so you'll listen -- >> you'll have a nice dinner and a beautiful night out in boston. >> wow. >> terrific. >> does that sound good?
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>> thank you for sending a beautiful letter. >> thank you guys. >> and if you've all been moved by this at home, remember, we want to tell your story too. go on our website, tell us your story and we'll be happy to write a song for you. >> how awesome is she? i'm blown away. >> victoria's great. >> hello. great job. >> what are you doing? >> new nancy lamott album came out. >> david. >> films in hollywood and tv, everything. >> everyone's busy. victoria, what are you doing? >> i have a piazza reunion concert coming up with the original cast. >> beautiful broadway show. >> coming up tomorrow we have from "fuller house" lori loughlin. she's here to join us for some fun and games. >> and the guys from "flipping boston" show you how to add a fireplace just about anywhere. listen to that voice. plus another make you money. i'm here to level the playing field for all investors. there's always a bull market somewhere, and i promise to help
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