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good morning, america. the battle for new hampshire. >> bernie, bernie, bernie. >> bernie sanders drawing huge crowds as hillary clinton tries to close the gap and donald trump back on the stump after that second place finish in iowa. some calling new hampshire do or die for his campaign. >> we're going to start winning again. we're going to win so much. >> trump talks to george live this morning right here on "gma." tens of millions in the path of dangerous tornadoes as twisters tear through the south. winds up to 70 miles an hour ripping apart homes and schools. a blinding blizzard wreaks havoc causing hundreds of wrecks. new warnings as the storm moves east. new fears about the zika virus. the first reported case in this
to person by sexual transmission, not mosquitoes right here in the u.s. our dr. richard besser at the center of the outbreak answering any questions this morning. super bowl showdown. amy schumer, seth rogen join forces in a new ad for the big game. >> today we celebrate our independence day. >> are you just quoting independence day? >> yeah. >> really inspired. >> a dream team of laughs and you can see it right here only on "gma." we do say good morning, america. on this wednesday morning and many can't wait to see those super bowl ads and the super bowl itself. >> the game. >> it's going to be a great show and there's also big news about lady gaga. she is going to be performing the national anthem. yes, at the super bowl, only four days to go until the super bowl. six days until new hampshire.
them on lady gaga and beyonce and coldplay and in new hampshire, take a look at this donald trump with a commanding lead in new hampshire. but remember the polls missed the mark in iowa and that one was taken before the votes. the big question this morning, will trump drop in new hampshire after that second place finish in iowa? >> he is joining us live in just a moment going to talk to george about that. first it's "your voice, your vote" and abc's tom llamas starts us off on the latest republican race from manchester, new hampshire. good morning, tom. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. donald trump now changing his tune acknowledging he may not win every primary while still trying to show that trump swagger that carried him this far. overnight, donald trump in full spin mode trying to shed the loser label. for trump, even though he lost iowa, he is still a winner. >> i came in second. i came in a strong second. third was quite a bit away.
1.2%. but trump feeling more confident about new hampshire. do you now feel real pressure. >> no, i don't think i feel any pressure. i've done very well in new hampshire. i've been here a lot more. >> reporter: and trump out with a new line of attacks against the iowa winner, senator ted cruz, accusing him of winning with dirty campaign tricks, citing how the cruz campaign mistakenly suggested in an interview dr. ben carson was dropping out. >> he insulted ben carson by doing what he did to ben carson. that was a disgrace. >> reporter: cruz apologized to carson but says trump is the one with the real character problem. >> i can tell you six weeks ago donald trump was saying every day that i was his friend, that he loved me, that i was terrific, that i was nice. [ laughter ] >> and now you're an anchor baby. >> and now i'm an anchor baby. >> reporter: in new hampshire cruz will have to get through marco rubio also. >> i think ted's been very
calculated and will say or do anything to get a vote. >> reporter: but the granite tate already proving to be a rocky ride for rubio. >> so when senator rubio gets here, when the boy in the bubble gets here i hope you guys ask him some questions. >> reporter: governor chris christie called you the buy in the bubble suggesting you're a delicate candidate that's not been tested. what do you say. >> chris has had a tough couple of day, did very poorly in iowa. sometimes when people run into adversity they don't react well. >> reporter: and rubio and cruz will several events in new hampshire. donald trump with a single event in arkansas, trump says that he will be adding events here in this state and also acknowledged that skipping the debate right before the iowa caucus like lie hurt him but he would do it again in a second. why? he raised $6 million for veterans. george. >> okay, tom, thanks. let's talk to mr. trump right now joining us by phone. you heard tom llamas there, mr. trump. acknowledged skipping the debate might have hurt you. what's the biggest change you
need to make as you head into new hampshire? roger stone says you need to sharpen your focus on cruz and rubio. >> well, i think i don't have to make too many changes, i mean, i'm doing pretty well. i came in second when people said i would be in the top ten when i went out to iowa, they all said i'd be in the top ten. >> you were leading all the polls going into the vote. >> no, but the polls came out very late and said toward the end it looked like i was doing very well, frankly and i ended up coming in second place and it's interesting because the man that came in third place, a good guy, marco, everybody saying he won like it was a big victory. i came in second place, ab easy second place and nobody said that. >> on saturday you yourself said unless i win i will consider this is a big fat beautiful and by the way very expensive waste of time. >> i don't like second place. i'm not a fan of second place but i did well and the person that came in third place everybody is raving about how wonderful it is and they don't say that about me. i came in second place so i don't say that. i'm not thrilled with second place but i was told don't even
to win iowa and i thought it was something i should do and i went there and i almost won it and by the way, i got more votes than anybody in the history of the state other than the one particular player. >> who is the bigger threat, ted cruz or marco rubio? >> i don't know. and there are others also that you didn't mex, i mean somebody else could sneak up so i mean there's always threats. i don't assume that anybody is out of it. you have some people that were supposed to be threats and they're no longer threats it would seem but you have somebody could come out of the pack. >> you got some people coming down hard on you, as well. john sununu former governor of new hampshire in "the new york times" says i think trump's loss will remind people that the guy has a history of losses. he brought up your bankruptcies and the charges against trump university and goes on to say there's no longer trump vodka, frag begans and three magazines that mr. trump put his name on. history of losses. >> no, i have no is tri of losses and started off with very little. i used the bankruptcy laws just
like anybody else, it's corporate, it's not personal. look at the biggest people, i won't mention their names here but a list of the biggest people we have in business, all of us do that, use it. it's a business tool and use that to our advantage and i've built an amazing company. i have a company that's worth many, many billions of dollars and everybody knows it. >> you were outspent in iowa. are you ready to spend more of your own money in new hampshire, go up on the air, make sure you get that victory? >> oh, yeah, we're spending a lot of money. new hampshire is my first place and i really liked iowa. di well in iowa by all accounts, i mean, let's face it. i did well and came in second and there are ten people that didn't and, you know, we started off with 17 if you think of it that way but i think i did very well. you look at a guy like sununu, you talk about losers, he got fired by bush like a dog and this guy goes out and i guess he's working for somebody that he wants very much because i heard about that and i think it's a ridiculous attack. >> what do you think happened in
the final three days did show you with a clear lead. >> well, i think it's very hard to poll a caucus. caucusing is very tough to poll and that showed it. now, didn't show a big polling. showed i could win by a little bit and i was actually surprised because i was not supposed to win iowa. i was supposed to do really great in new hampshire but not iowa, and, you know, that's the way it is. look, i came in second and the person that came in third was praised as though he had a great victory but they didn't say that about me. >> the new hampshire polls can often swing very hard after iowa. are you braced for that and if you fall short again, is that the end of the road for your campaign? >> no, not at all i think we'll do well with south carolina and with the s.e.c. in nevada. this is long term. i have unlimited money and i'm still funding my campaign and, you know, one of the things i said yesterday, i don't think i get any credit for self-funding my campaign.
it's an amazing thing, i'm putting in millions of dollars and i will put in millions but i don't think the voters when they go into the booth say, oh, wow, he's funding his campaign, isn't that wonderful? everyone else is not doing that. i'm the only one self-funding and honestly, i don't think i get very much credit for that and it is something you should be given credit for. >> you heard it here. you are in for the long haul. see you in new hampshire. >> okay. >> the battle between the democrat, hillary clinton and bernie sanders shifting their focus to new hampshire after the associated press officially declared clinton the winner in iowa. abc's cecilia vega is in manchester also with the latest. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. this is bernie sanders' backyard. he is basically coming home here and even after that tight iowa win, hillary clinton is here playing catch-up. overnight, bernie sanders hitting the trail on his own turf.
[ cheers and applause ] in you. >> reporter: drawing supporters out in full force, now just less than a week from the first primary vote here. the vermont senator amping up his ground game enjoying a double-digit lead in the polls but also looking ahead to the tough fight against hillary clinton. >> secretary clinton won here in 2008. so, you know, we are taking nothing for granted. >> reporter: clinton trying to avoid an upset. >> well, i am in a contest with your neighbor. i have the highest respect for him. we're in his backyard. >> reporter: this is the backyard. now, i want to give you an example of what it looks like here. we have obtained a copy of a fund-raising memo that clinton's campaign manager sent out updating the status of the race. in it he says new hampshire voters have a history of supporting candidates from new england, so it's not surprising sanders has a double digit lead
this is clearly an attempt to try to explain why a presumed front-runner is in a second tier standing. >> thank you. we'll bring in abc's matthew dowd, taking it in talking to donald. bernie sanders with a double digit lead and also a 20-point lead in the latest one before the iowa voting but he's still the favorite. >> still the favorite and i think he's the odds on favorite. he has to win new hampshire. he said that he's going to go on regardless. he has to win new hampshire. a wink to the super bowl. it's a lot like an all-star rookie quarterback in their first game who throws an interception on the first series, that's what happened to him in iowa. they're going to put him back in in the second series but if he throws another interception he's gone. >> coming out of iowa and he kept talking about this, donald trump, saying, you talk about he came in third. but he has the momentum. >> marco rubio absolutely has the momentum and looks like he's beginning to consolidate the establishment lane in the party. i think marco rubio has to
finish second in new hampshire. he has to do that in order to keep everybody else at bay and so if he does, then he continues that momentum. >> how about the others? who needs to gain some traction in new hampshire, chris christie christie? >> a real dice roll. kasich. if they don't beat marco rubio them. the race is done. >> in 2012 we did some polling and the republicans, one in five, they waited until election day, election day to make up their minds so we could see some surprises like we did in iowa, right? >> the interesting thing about new hampshire voters is they always wait until after iowa votes but then they don't necessarily follow iowa. we've had a lot of people that won iowa and have gone on to lose new hampshire but they always wait to see what happened and then they make their decision. this race could adjust dramatically in the final 72 hours. >> i see a twinkle in your eye. it's not politics as usual. even though what happened in iowa it proves it's not business
as usual. >> this is the most fascinating race i've ever seen. it's an amazing race. >> you heard it from matthew complete coverage of the race for president including the next republican debate moderated by "world news tonight" anchor david muir and "this week" co-anchor martha raddatz this saturday night 8:00, 7:00 central right here on abc. >> thanks, robin. we turn to a major development in the global health emergency caused by the zika virus. the first reported case of the virus spreading from person to person by sexual transmission instead of mosquito and it happened right here in the u.s. dr. richard besser has all the latest from the epicenter of the outbreak in brazil. good morning, rich. >> good morning, george. disturbing development in the zika epidemic spreading across the americas. just yesterday a health department in texas reported the first case of zika transmission in the united states during this outbreak and it wasn't spread by a mosquito. it was spread through sexual transmission. an individual went abroad, acquired the virus and came home and infected their partner. the cdc says they are developing
guidelines for in that should be out in the near future. in the meantime, the others hold, pregnant women should avoid travel to any place where it's beg spread and those who return with symptoms should see their doctor. george. >> such a scary emergency. thanks very much. >> this is he indicating so quickly. to that massive storm moving across the country, tens of millions in its path as a series of damaging tornadoes tear across the south. abc's steve osunsami is in clarksville, tennessee, with the latest. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, robin. there was some frightening moments for the family of the police officer who lives here, they say the sky went dark and then the winds started blowing, knocking over this large pine tree which pushed over a street light and then came crashing down on their second vehicle. they say they're lucky it didn't hit their home. >> go, go, go. >> reporter: across parts of the south overnight families had to sleep with one eye open. >> the tornado picked us up and turned us. >> reporter: the sky started
falling before dinner. what looked like a giant tornado moved in over fields in alabama. >> it's in the water tower. >> monster. >> reporter: the high winds blew up a transformer and tore apart power lines. and some areas trees were pushed over orrined from the ground. >> i didn't know what had happened until i came out of that closet and saw everything around. >> reporter: in alabama and mississippi, first responders and families searched through areas that were hit and it was good news. no one was seriously hurt. >> tornado on the ground. >> reporter: there were reports of at least six in mississippi including this huge funnel cloud. this morning, families whose homes were damaged are trying to save what they can. it's possible some of those reports are from the same tornado. the national weather service will determine that in the next few days. it isn't unusual to see tornadoes in the south this time of year. robin. >> unfortunately, it's not unusual. you're right about that. take care. thank you.
that water crisis in flint, michigan. >> that's right, a congressional hearing is scheduled on the flint, michigan, water crisis happening today but the former emergency manager is refusing to testify. flint switched water supplies to save money and since then the water has been contaminated with lead. a michigan congresswoman wants to spend $1 billion to replace water pipelines and the governor wants to spend $30 million to pay residents water bills. the pentagon is asking for a 50% increase in its budget to fight isis. defense secretary ash carter making that request to congress. he also wants to quadruple military spending in europe to deter russian president vladimir putin from any further aggression. well, there are new details about the apparent explosion that ripped a hole in this plane's fuse lalg in midair. it happened over somalia. authorities believe one passenger was sucked out of the hole and killed. investigators say they have found no evidence of a criminal act but still trying to figure
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cindy: good morning. we' re watching rain and a wintry mix. temperatures will climb quickly. they will be into the 50' s by the late day. as the rain comes in, it will ramp up. we have heavy downpours for the evening commut >> same areas that got crushed by a blizzard a week ago getting it again. messy ride home. coming up, new developments in the murder of that young girl in virginia.
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we welcome you back to "gma." a series of tornadoes tearing across the south overnight. winds up to 70 miles an hour ripping apart homes, schools, now millions of americans are bracing for bad weather as the storm moves east. >> so much destruction there. also right now all eyes in new hampshire. just six days away from the primary. hillary clinton is stepping up her campaign after that close call in iowa and donald trump fighting back after his second place finish telling us he plans to spend a lot of money to make sure he wins in new hampshire. the red cross is taking precautions to prevent the spread of zika asking people who travel to areas affected by the virus to wait at least four weeks before donating blood. >> if i remember correctly, donald trump said he has unlimited money. that's what he told you. un unlimited money.
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police still not releasing a motive as to why two college students would allegedly kill a seventh grader. new details this morning on the murder of 13-year-old nicole lovell. authorities now saying at least one of the two virginia tech students had been planning it for weeks. >> a very preliminary determination of the cause of death is stabbing. >> reporter: nicole's mother remembering how her daughter beat the odds fighting to survive childhood cancer and illnesses. >> she had a passion for pandas, music, dancing. >> reporter: heartbroken. >> nicole touched many people throughout her short life. >> reporter: unable to complete her statement tuesday. >> i can't do that part. >> reporter: 13-year-old nicole lovell last seen january 26th. her parents say she pushed the dresser up against her bedroom door before climbing out the window. she was killed the next day,
saturday 80 miles south of her blacksburg home. police saying the 13-year-old was active on facebook with multiple the accounts and active user on kik. that's where police think she met 18-year-old david eisenhauer, a freshman at virginia tech, one of the two college students charged in her murder. he spoke here to our baltimore affiliate about his track career. >> i realize in the moment that i am doing things that other people wish they could be doing and yet i still have goes for myself because there are people who are better than me and i will personally not stop until i reach my peak performance. >> reporter: eisenhauer, a former high school track star, now facing charges for premeditated murder. court documents charging his accomplice, natalie keepers began planning the murder in early january. new charges for her, accessory before the fact, first degree murder. natalie keepers is expected back
in court today for a bail hearing. nicole lovell will be laid to rest tomorrow. george. >> okay, eva, thanks very much. let's talk to dan abrams about this. natalie keepers, we just saw, being charged with accessory before the fact. >> it means she was helping to plot the crime, they believe. and that was one of the most disturbing new facts we learned, right. they may have been plotting this for weeks. they or he at least because she's not being charged with murder and that's an important distinction, because what it means is that the authorities do not believe, for example, that she was at the scene, that she was involved in the murder, but that she was helping him knowing that he was going to commit a crime. you can't -- if i give you something and i don't know you're about to go commit a crime i'm not guilty of the crime but if i help you knowing that there is a crime about to be committed. >> it's not just not stopping but helping. >> it's not stopping, you actually have to do something to help the person, aid and abet
the person to be guilty of that crime? how about this instant messaging app kik. do they have any liability at all. >> possibly not. most of these app, most social mediacans, servers, et cetera, are not held civilly or criminally responsible for the things that happen, but there's in question they'll be under the microscope. >> dan abrams, thanks very much. >> you bring up that app, george. we have more now on that messenger app kik. the tool the young woman may have used to meet the student charged with her murder. now, a big question for parents this morning, are apps like these safe for your children. abc's t.j. holmes is here with some very important information. good morning, t.j. >> hey, robin, you remember there was a time when parents had to warn their kids abouting playground. now they have to warn them about strangers on their cell phone. kik, this wildly popular app. anyone can download it for free and within a matter of minutes they can be sending a private message directly to your child. a young life cut short, an investigation concludes that 13-year-old nicole lovell used
an app called kik, so what do parents need to know? experts say many so of these instant messengering apps can lead to threatening behavior and law enforcement worry about potentially dangerous encounters. >> i'm willing to say kik is a devil for young children. it's like a free ability to text anything you want and parents can't see the phone numbers coming in and out. >> reporter: experts say many of predators. >> you can sign up as anybody you want to be. it really becomes a private hunting preserve for some of these pedophiles. >> kik is a free app where users don't have to use their real names but can share message, photos and video. >> parents sometimes take these away saying the child has abused it but only need a wi-fi signal to be able to communicate. >> reporter: abc reached out to the people who run kik who told us kik cooperated with the fbi for their investigation. kik cooperates with law enforcement to combat child predators anywhere in the world, either under provision of a court order or in emergency
some apps can sort users by geographic location, others by school, some by age. so how do you keep your family safe? >> the first thing parents need to do is set ground rules, secondly, they need to know the technology, know how the parental controls work and, third, they need to talk to their kids and have ongoing conversations about safety so that kid when it comes time makes that smart decision. >> there are plenty of apps like this but this is one of the largest most popular, 250 million users, 70% under the age of 25. no parental controls and no age verification and the scary thing the user name, you have to have a user name, most kids give it away. look up kik me on some of these and you can find people saying come find me on this kik app so it's downright scary. >> just like that. >> just like that and directories, you can put in the age you're looking for, gender, you can target folks by age in scary. >> thanks for bringing that to
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but the biggest single loser so to speak in recorded history reportedly bought a winning ticket in england in 2012 worth $100 million. and by tomorrow, the customer who played the super lotto last august 8th at this 7-eleven in chatsworth, california, risks tossing a whopping $63 million down the tubes. the third biggest unclaimed ticket in u.s. history. the store even posting those wanted signs. is it you? $63 million still unclaimed. olivia says she's been buying tickets here for years. did you buy one of the tickets for this particular lottery? >> yes, i did. >> you did? >> yes. >> from this store. >> yes but i didn't win. i checked. >> reporter: did you checky did you check twice? the tore could narrow down the possible winner and amazing thing whoever bought that ticket was filmed on this very camera. but the owners say they'll only use that to confirm the winner
washer, gobbled up by a dog or just heartbreakingly lost. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> joining us now is clarence jackson, someone who almost had it all winning lottery ticket worth nearly $6 million but you went to claim the prize three days late. no money. >> no money. >> oh, how did all that time elapse? how did you find out that you had the ticket in the first place? >> we never knew until the night it expired. two hours before the expiration, it was a sunday night. we thought we were supposed to take it to the lottery headquarters and sunday night the headquarters, they aren't open. >> i would have found somebody. >> yeah. >> not open -- >> i would have been in the street. >> by the time you did go there they said they couldn't do anything. >> where was the ticket in the meantime, between the winning and trying to claim it? >> well, it was in my dad's hospital bed. my dad was in the hospital
with -- he was suffering from emphysema and he was in the hospital for most of that year. he came home a week before the expiration date. >> so you all had so much on your mind you weren't even realizing that and michael and i are impressed by this. most people would be like, oh, but you're like, little silver lining. you think what happened was meant to be and you're a better person for it. >> yeah, because back then i must say i would have been too young and i would have blew all the money. i was living a different lifestyle. i was trying to get in the music tri back then and i know i would be dead or broke now but here i am talking to you. >> that is the truth. now, do you think this person with the $63 million ticket, do you think they have a chance to beat this deadline? what could they learn from you as far as being able to turn in and redeem the ticket. the office closed sunday. you don't have to go to the office to redeem your ticket. is that correct. >> yes, i didn't know. so he has to make sure -- he or she has to make sure they find
and a financial adviser and please do not let the money go to their head. >> that's so good of you, clarence. that's great advice. i'm glad everything is working out for you. >> thank you so much. >> all right. well, we'll see if that other person comes through. you take care now. coming up, who is behind the wheel of this car? a huge super bowl surprise is next. come on back. >> i'm digging this weather for sure. >> oh, my gosh. you're right. it's time to set this bird free. hot blooded, check it and see... got a fever of 103... feelin' hungry? how 'bout a donut? i'm hot blooded..i'm hot blooded! whether it's 30-years old or 30-days old, carmax will appraise it in as little as 30 minutes. and then your only concern will be how to spend the cash.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m., and we have a shocking day care incident caught on tape. a co-worker filmed this woman hitting a 4-year-old and turned her in. we'll have what she's saying now we are family gwyneth paltrow co-parenting with chris martin. what they say they're doing to put their family first and why she says the coldplay star is now more like her brother. could you shed pounds with pizza? it's the diet that's made headlines around the world. the chef who created it dropping more than 100 pounds eating a pizza every day. now he's sharing his secrets slice by slice. and the most anticipated ad of the super bowl. amy schumer, seth rogen teaming up.
>> you can handle it. >> paul rudd with a surprise cameo and a cast of thousands cheering them on. >> today we celebrate our independence day. time to get the chains out all that and buckle up. rebel wilson is with us live, you know anything could happen as we say -- >> good morning, australia -- america. >> send that to our friends on "good morning america," australia. >> work it. work it, girl. >> she designed that dress. we'll talk about that later on, as well as well as her new movie "how to be single." >> i think she's saying, i love you, george. >> i like your little review of the movie, michael. >> rebel, it's so funny. >> but we can't share the review you both shared with us. >> some naughty parts. we told you that big super
bowl news, lady gaga will tackle the national anthem right before the big game. well, guess who is joining her? oscar winning actress marlee her. >> fantastic. >> i love that. bitter. minds right now. can you really lose weight eating pizza every day? >> hold on one sec. >> you're looking thinner already. the chef in new york dropped more than 100 pounds on the so-called pizza diet. he is so nice, he came here personally and dropped these pizzas off for you. there's something in the recipe but the main thing it has has something to do with the crust. >> and there's no cheese. >> doesn't matter. it's really good. >> very good. >> thank you. >> you're going to give it a try. >> amy has to do the morning rundown. >> i'll save you. >> i know you will. the big story, a swarm of tornadoes in the south, dozens of homes damaged and thousands lost power in mississippi and alabama. a federal prison in alabama was
one of the buildings badly damaged but so far, no serious injuries reported. and that same storm system pounded the upper plains with a blizzard. several highways had to be closed after hundreds of car crashes. and donald trump is fighting back after his second place finish in iowa. he acknowledges that skipping last week's debate may have hurt him. going forward, trump told george this morning he has unlimited money for his campaign. many analysts are calling next week's new hampshire primary a must win for trump. the latest poll shows him enjoying a 20-point lead over ted cruz and marco rubio. on the democratic side polls show bernie sanders leading hillary clinton by as many as 33 points in new hampshire. despite his razor thin loss to clinton in iowa, sanders raised nearly $3 million in the 24 hours after the iowa caucuses. a new development in the zika virus epidemic. officials in dallas identified a victim who did not contract the virus from a mosquito but through sex with someone who had
the biggest threat remains for pregnant women and the red cross is now asking donors to wait 28 days after visiting zika affected countries before giving blood. well, this morning we've learned another former nfl star was suffering from degenerative brain disease before his death. kent stabler known as the snake during his career with the raiders died of cancer last july at 69. but an autopsy of his brain shows he was also suffering from an advanced form of cte believed to be caused by repeated blows to the head. well, a worker at a florida day care is facing criminal charges for abusing a young boy. the shocking incident was all conduct on camera by one of her co-workers. reena ninan has the story. >> reporter: this morning, every parent's nightmare, police in florida releasing this cell phone video monday to our affiliate wftv capturing a day care worker appearing to physically abuse a child. watch the moment the woman begins hitting a 4-year-old boy with stuffed animals.
picking him up by his arms and legs then tossing him roughly back to the ground. >> the things that run through my mind when i see that, i mean, i have a child. >> reporter: according to police the woman in the video was 41-year-old kimberly reid, the director of children's palace learning center outside orlando. arrested on friday, she now faces child abuse charges. >> it's very disturbing to watch a video like that. it almost makes you sick to your stomach to think that somebody could do something like that to a 4-year-old child. >> reporter: the people recording that cell phone video reid's own workers eventually turning her into the department of children and families after witnessing abuse, they say, had been going on for weeks. but police say reid is defending her actions. >> she basically chalked it up to she was doing rough play. >> reporter: the day-care center now closed indefinitely and reid, she's scheduled to appear in court in two weeks. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> our thanks to reena for that.
that turned into a great big headache. take a look at it. its father and son and a camera loving horse there. photo bombing them, this happened in britain and it won top prize at a travel company's photo contest. father and son won $3,000 for a free vacation, but now the horse's owner has come forward saying, they never got permission to take a picture of her horse. so, she wants some of the prize money, as well. i mean, first the kit kats, now the horse photo bomber. >> so many people are being wronged. >> give me a break. >> that was the kit kat -- >> someone gave you that. give me a break >> come on, people, lighten up. kit kat bar >> exactly. look at all this food we have here. >> yeah, we're dieting. >> michael, we miss you over here. >> i know. i miss you too. i want to talk about pizza. i like the kit kat bar. here's what's coming up on the "gma morning menu."
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and her ex chris martin from coldplay have gone from co-parenting. the interview is in the latest issue of "glamour" magazine and linzie has the details. >> reporter: gwyneth paltrow and chris martin making a very conscious decision to put family first. the actress and entrepreneur now co-parent. after their conscious un uncoupling. >> for chris and gwyneth conscious uncoupling was really about being carbon monoxidous of their circumstances of the kids, of what they were going through and they've really practiced what they've preached with that term. >> reporter: paltrow recently opening up to "glamour" magazine saying "if you can't stay married wouldn't the ideal be that you could still be a family". >> they spend holidays, weekends and occasionally sleep over at each other's houses. >> reporter: they remain a strong family unit with their kids, apple, 11 wane moses, 9. paltrow telling "blacker." we're not living together but he's more than welcome to be
with us whenever he wants and vice versa. i sleep in his house in malibu a lot with the kids. we are still very much a family even though we don't have a romantic relationship. he's like my brother. the biggest concern, mom paltrow has these days about her children, following in their parents' footsteps. they're naturals so i feel like my mother whenever i said i wanted to be an actress she said, oh, no, don't. >> she said we really didn't have a personal example of what it was like to stay friends so these akind of just creating this path as she goes along. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> he's like my brother. it works for them. no judgment. that's great. >> as long as the kids are good. >> but if we split up she'd be a lot meaner than that. >> i can tell you from experience, yes, it would be on my end. >> oh, okay. >> we're friends.
to call you like a brother? >> no. >> but i guys -- >> we're friends. >> you do whatever you have to for the kids and that's the lesson. the brother thing is further than i've gotten. >> i think she meant affectionately. >> but i've seen your children. they're so -- you can tell they're doing great. >> they're amazing and she's a great mother. >> good stuff. >> somehow we made it aboutic moole. >> not that any of us know. >> yeah, you guys are looking at me like michael, be quiet of the you're getting yourself in trouble. >> sitting back sipping my coffee. >> i didn't want to say anything, amy. you go girl. >> listen, hold hands. "kumbaya." >> segment we were teasing all morning, the pizza diet is one of our favorite foods. americans consume over 3 billion pies a year. is there a way to do it without packing on the pounds? one chef says yes. he's like a brother to me.
but first gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: pasquale cozzolino is a master in the kitchen cooking exquisite meals but for years after moving to america from italy his weight on a 6'6" frame ballooned to more than 370 pounds. >> i discovered this ed ed the oreo. >> reporter: oreoy, soda, fried food. >> i didn't recognize myself. >> reporter: he couldn't even play with his son at the park. with his doctor warning of a fast. so that's the moment where you knew, oh, my gosh, here i am, i have my son at home and i can have a heart attack. >> uh-huh. >> reporter: that's when you said i got to change. >> i got to change my life. >> reporter: he turned to what motherland. a med trainen diet and in italy, pasta and pizza are a staple. >> so i can build a diet to make me happy, doesn't give me the
>> reporter: every day for lunch pasquale eats a homemade pizza margherita. not like the kind you find on the street, heavy. >> that's good. that's why. but my pizza is something that comes from the mediterranean diet. >> reporter: with his size pasquale figured he could drop weight by cutting down to 2700 calories a day. the pizza has less than 600 calories. that means he has about 2100 calories left to enjoy. at night, he doesn't even touch carbs. the result, an incredible seven-month drop in weight of 101 pounds. the secret, he says, natural ingredients. >> i can tell you something. when i go to the go hery store i always read the label. if it's more than ten ingredients i give up. >> reporter: how simple are the ingredients? well, he takes us into the kitchen to find out. it takes just minutes and just a few steps to make his now famous pizza.
for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> a lot of buzz on this among twitter. you know dr. jennifer ashton wants to weigh in and pasquale looked like this before he lost the weight and here he is now, come on out. look at you. oh. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> you look wonderful. how are you? >> very good. >> oh, mwah. >> yes. >> you said your energy is better. everything is better. >> everything is better. and my energy went, you know, much more, the pain went away and now i have energy to play with my son and before was very hard. >> yes, no pain in the knees or anything like that. >> the back and everything was a lot. >> so you said pizza here is the trick but it's not just the pizza, it's the crust and you make it yourself. can you show us how. >> exactly.
recipe so basic four ingredients, yeast, sea salt, water and flour. we mix everything together, settle there for 36 hours and then the gluten doesn't have any more heaviness, so it's a process, ready to be easy to digest. >> the water is the key. make sure you have the right amount, 36 hours. >> yes. this is my favorite pizza. >> margherita. >> margherita. >> how many calories. >> a 570 calories. >> is this what you eat. >> yes. >> that's your lunch. >> absolutely. >> come on, jen. what do you think? >> it's definitely possible, okay, because at the end of the day it's about portion control and calories, energy balance, okay, now, i will tell you that most people will find it easier to lose weight quickly if they avoid the carbs like bread, rice, grains, cereal, pizza, but it is obviously definitely possible to lose weight as you did which is so important for your health, eating foods like this.
consumes a lot of calories. >> exactly. >> but it's not only pizza. you do a mediterranean diet. >> exactly. it's not about just pizza. so my diet consists of a lot -- my diet is big, big meal for lunch and breakfast so my breakfast is multigrain cereal, fruit, some orange juice, almond milk and the coffee because i'm italian then if i'm hungry through the day -- >> fruit and snacks, of course, for lunch my pizza. >> and for dinner. >> dinner, very small meal, just salad, some protein and then a glass of wine. >> you're getting -- >> absolutely. we see a lot of color, not huge portions, you know, he's listening to his body but i always say, robin, for a indict et to work in the long term because that's the key keeping it off and any diet can work in the short term it needs three ss, safe, simple and it needs to be sustainable. >> sustainable. >> and the other thing and
pasquale is a perfect example of this especially with ethnic brackgrounds, foods should be pleasure, nutritious and delirious, a big part of the italian culture and that's why you've been successful. >> you're part italian too in i'm half italian. the good half. >> pasquale, thank you. i'm glad it's working are to you and it really is very, very tasty. >> it's wonderful. >> i'm over here. cameras, hello. >> hi. >> hi, everybody. we're back over here. rob, come on over when you're ready. and we are on the road to the big game, super bowl 50. this morning we have an exclusive look at amy schumer, seth rogen joining the ad campaign for bud light. robin, close your eyes if you don't want to see a commercial. it's another super bowl commercial. >> no! >> roll 'em. >> my fellow americans. >> hey, guy, can you be quiet. seth and amy are talking about our country. >> they say we are a nation divided.
we agree on a lot. >> like paul rudd. everybody loves paul rudd. >> i didn't know this would happen. >> you know what everyone else loves? >> emojis. >> no. >> raccoons. >> no. >> beer. >> beer in nothing brings america together like bud light. >> that's why we're forming the bud light party. just wait till you see our caucus. >> we got the biggest caucus in the country. >> ooh. >> not like too big. like you can handle it. >> we will not go quietly into the night. we will not vanish without a fight. we're going to live on. we're going to survive. today we celebrate our independence day. >> are you just quoting "independence day." >> yeah, i'm really inspired right now. >> america has seen the light. >> and there's a bud in front of it. [ cheers and applause ] >> so, how do you rank it? my favorite so far. robin, did you miss the whole thing? >> surprise like many of you she watches the games for not only
the game but also the commercials. we've seen a couple here. >> we have. >> and we might see a couple more so brace yourself. michael is also talking to the nfl kid correspondent coming up, first, though, right now we need to get outside to rob with weather news. >> all right, spoiler alert. robin, emojis and raccoons in that super bowl commercial. malia and samantha both from hawaii where there's no raccoon problem out there. your blood gets thinned out there. beautiful in paradise. rain across atlanta. travel delays there and it's going to get heavy here from d.c. to philly to new york in the afternoon, especially and we've got flood watches because of that locally three inches or more down south and watching for potentially cold air, maybe snow next week. more as we go through time and rain moving into the pacific northwest. that's a quick check. good morning, 40 degrees in boston but cold enough in northern worcester county that there is light mixing going on
which will change the rain this afternoon. gusty winds will send chapters into >> a little help, ladies. a little help. >> lara, lara, back to you. >> either one works. thank, my friend. "pop news" time, everybody. the doctors are in. jimmy kimmel staging a reunion of the hit show "e.r." last night but here's the thing, there's george. but he was the only one who could actually make it so jimmy did what only jimmy could do and got creative and asked hugh laurie to make a house call. the star of "house" and george as dr. doug ross joining forces to give kimmel a rather grim diagnosis.
oh. oh. >> wow. my. >> wow. >> god. ooh. that's bad. that looks terrible. >> something wrong? >> that's terrible. >> well, took cpr to the beat of "rapper's delight" to bring kimmel from flatline to "funky town." george was really going for it. so funny. after 15 seasons of "e.r." eight seasons of "house," nothing less we expect. a great moment. >> it was funny. >> also in "pop news" this morning, look out, amy schumer. jane fonda also wants to be bffs with jen lawrence but then again who doesn't. fonda and j. law among the stars that grace the cover of "vanity fair's" annual issue. she finds "the hunger games" star mesmerizing saying there
are very few that come along like that. >> amazing portrait. >> when i heard she called amy schumer and said i'm in love with you, i felt so jealous. >> we're jealous of you, 78 years young. fonda also sharing that in her lifetime she has witnessed both greta garb bow and michael jackson skinny-dipping. so rare. she points out decades apart, not together. so much. on newsstands february 8th. >> i'm glad you clarified that. >> jennifer lawrence as spontaneous as she is could be skinny-dipping sometime soon. not that i condone that. >> let's let rob -- >> saving you, saving you. i'm actually helping everybody here. sometimes the best advice that we can give you on a hump day is just go with the flow. like these guys. >> oh, my. >> i would like everybody to just sit back, relax and enjoy
>> live from wcvb channel five, this is the eye-opener update. emily: boston police are investigating the death of iraq' s very boy. the three-year-old died after being rushed to the hospital with traumatic injuries. no charges have been filed. the longtime girlfriend a convicted mobster whitey bulger will testify to contempt charges. she is accused of not giving information on people who helped him. taking a live look outside over the city, the camera is shaking and we are dry now but some rain is on the way? cindy: little bit of eight wintry mix
s cold enough for a little bit of that mix but we warm up into the 50' s this afternoon. from lunchtime through the afternoon and evening hours is when we expect the rain with an embedded downpours. everything wraps up overnight and we dry out tomorrow and still around 50 but it turns colder for the weekend. emily: we are watching the commute. olessa: it' s busy and we are watching one to 28 with an accident clearing on the northbound -- southbound side by route 20. the expressway is about 30 minutes break into boston. delay' s and 128 down to the leverett connector.
you want to know how to get people to trust you with their money? i'll tell you right now. you present it as an exclusive thing. >> look, it's a closed fund. people want something more than telling them they can't have it. people give me their money and i make them richer than god. >> richard dreyfuss playing bernie madoff in that miniseries that premieres at 8:00 eastern right here on abc. >> and our amy had a chance to talk with richard. right, amy? >> that's right. richard is bringing bernie madoff to life in that miniseries movie called "madoff" taking on the man behind the $64 billion fraud, i recently sat down with richard. we're have that in just a moment
>> what is it exactly that you think you do? hmm? do you think you're wizards? you're not wizards. i'm a wizard. i'm a rainmaker. i make it rain. you guys are just shepherds. you're marketers. two sorority girls from new jersey can do your job just as well as you do. >> richard dreyfuss joins us this morning. thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> you've certainly played a lot of roles in your long career. but what was it like playing arguably the most despicable man in mod tern history. >> actually he athe second most despicable man because i've already played dick cheney, so i have to say that he was the second and i loved playing them both. >> recovering from that last
response right now. when you were researching the role, did you learn anything you didn't know that could give any sympathy to this man? >> at the beginning when i first got involved, i thought no deserve it. he had no conscience. he didn't care about his family. he didn't care about anything. he actually collected $50 billion or more for his own lifestyle and that was it. >> one of the headlines from the miniseries, you know the man, you don't know the whole story. what are we going to learn? >> well, you're going to learn the extent of what it means to be a sociopath and he was. he fooled everyone including the people who were closest to him, his wife and children. and when the stories begin to come out and people would say,
did ruth know or did the boys know? >> if anyone asks me do they know, i say, huh-uh. >> so what do you do after playing bernie madoff. >> i hope i'll be counting enormous amounts of own and awards. those awards are heavy. they're very heavy. >> you're not going to try for the third most despicable man in america. >> who's that? >> i don't know. >> it might be me. that would be interesting, wouldn't it? yeah, i'll play me, the third most despicable man in america because he was couping his money. >> richard dreyfuss, thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> and the prime time miniseries "madoff" airs tonight and tomorrow right here on abc. let's go now to michael. >> all right, thanks, guys. now the "gma" special correspondent for the big game, marlo mosley who's been reporting for us all week. she was chosen from thousands of young football fans to be the nfl's play 60 super kid and she's just that.
she is a super kid. now she is joining us from her home in san jose, good morning, marlo. >> good morning, michael. >> hey, now i know you're a big 49ers fran. super bowl is in your city. you were chosen to be part of a skills and drills scrimmage clinic yesterday. did you learn anything? >> i did not but i interviewed a couple 49ers. met ian williams yesterday. interviewed him. i met arik armstead as well and met him at media day monday so that was fun and then i got to meet dylan thompson, third string quarterback of the 49ers and torrey smith, a great guy. it was a bunch of fun. >> well, i'm sure they were honored to meet you too. don't lose sight of that. also, you were part of the nfl kids show "nfl rush." what was yourt fair part of doing the program. >> i think my favorite part of the program was seeing all these kids like me be a part of that and just love football like i do.
>> to the only are you a part -- you're the nfl play 60 kid but you play football so what message do you have for other young -- >> yes, i do. >> what message do you have for other young girls who play football, want to play football, what would you say to them. >> so, when i was in my first year i did get bullied that all the boys said i couldn't do it. i just say be positive and if you really want to do it, go out for it and just try your best at what you do. >> well, i tell you right now jealous of you right now. you know that, right? they want to be your best friend when you go back to school. now, one of the big things you get to do which is -- one of the things you get to do which is so exciting you get to run the team out for the kickoff for the super bowl. how incredible is that? do you have any -- is there any kind of special like run you got? are you going to moonwalk? >> i'm going to be like, you know, showing the football out there, you know, super bowl 50, i'm here and i'm going to be like waving to the fans, i'm going to be having the time of my life.
>> you should have the tile of your life. it is the time of my life and i'm honored to talk to you. you're an inspiration to everybody out. >> thank you. >> enjoy it. that's marlo mosley and thank you, marlo and everybody let's go outside to rob to tell us about the weather. >> good stuff, michael. we just have been busy. there's your elephant, samantha. enjoy that. i didn't make that. all right, here's -- there you go, malia. the long-term outlook next week, warm and dry across southern california so that's going to be an issue, maybe cold and snow across the east coast. >> this weather report is brought to you by mcdonald's and
a major announcement for you now broadway is officially heading back to the grammy stage of our neighbors, the "hamilton" cast will be performing live at the grammys. you won't want to miss that. tough to get, george, so watch the grammys to get a taste of "hamilton". >> time now for our series "10 dates in 10 states." we sent producer erica scott on a kind of quest into the heart of dating in america. she's exploring everything there is to know about the science and business of dating. all while taking us along for a kind of digital dating adventure. today we'll find out how her first date went and what she learned about the number one thing you should not bring up if you want a second date. >> there's erica scott getting started on her first date not awkward at all that we have our cameras there. >> ready? >> oh, yeah. >> yeah, we did hold hands on the first date. oh, my god. looked like a fish out of water. >> today was date number one with josh. and it went really, really well. >> show us. >> so we're going to like lean forward.
>> oh, that probably helps. >> all of a sudden i became an instructor. >> we met on hinge which connects you with mutual facebook friends and i thought that was really helpful because he's not a complete stranger off the street. i'm not really good friends with our mutual friend anymore. it was a girl i used to do gymnastics with when i was a kid but noise knowing someone i once knew verified him. >> this is so romantic. we talked about the basics like what do you do. >> where are you from originally. >> los angeles. >> what's your favorite food to eat and most of the conversation was pretty easy and light-hearted. one thing we didn't talk about was exes and a new study from match says 14% of people will bring them up on a first date and that's totally off-limits. abc picked up the tab but normally about 50% of guys and 36% of women according to match believe that the guy should be picking up the tab on the first date. so guys think on the first date the average tab should be about $68 and women actually think
that it should be less, only like $55. okay. so i guess we'll say good-bye now. >> great to meet you. >> so nice meeting you. thanks for not standing me up. >> great time. i'm glad i did it. maybe fell a couple of types but it was part of the fun. >> aloha, hawaii. >> we are officially in hawaii. in a few hours i'll be snorkeling with doug, date number two. so what could go wrong? >> ooh. >> she's got the right attitude. >> end on a question like that. >> yeah, what can go wrong? a lot. but hopefully it won't. >> you got to be in it, though. >> she's in the game. >> and he's got a nice smile. >> evacuate go, by the way, george said he's cute. >> snorkeling will be less painful? i'm rooting for her. >> we all are rooting for her. there's good tips to be had. >> you can follow erica's journey and go behind the scenes on our website
co-dependent and inkarenable of a simple hookup which is all he's good for. when you respond do not respond in full sentences if you use an emoji i will punch you. >> fine. >> rebel wilson joins us now. welcome back to "gma." >> hey, george. >> we just saw those rules there. are those your personal rules. >> the film is based on ang awesome book with lots of dating advice. i guess in real life i have some rules like don't date a guy who's dating other women at the same time. >> that's a real good one, isn't it? >> i think the girls of a bachelor should maybe take on that role. >> you took on the girls from "the bachelor" and said maybe they should watch how to be single so we'll put you to the test and give some advice. we'll start out with bachelorette olivia still on the show but seems to have a problem with perspective after ben tells the group he's lost some close family friends she tries to comfort him by saying this.
>> like people have written blogs that i have cankles. sorry. try to be strong all the time but it's the scariest thing ever. >> she's crying about cankles. >> i ya, i mean i don't think those were cankles. they look like sturdy ankles to me like stankles which is a prize trade in hungarian society so i think with this lady, i think she just needs to be confident in her own skin because when you're happy with you, you're probably going to attract the right partner into your life and that's probably the number one rule and message in the movie "how to be single." >> very well said. emily and hayley are twins. >> yeah. >> they came on the show together but last week after learning that emily was the more dominant twin, ben dumped hayley right in front of her twin sister and their mom and here
>> it's not easy to be rejected, but more importantly i'm thankful that emily does get to continue this journey even if it's alone. >> okay, i think she knees a better occupation than twin. [ laughter ] and also a good rule to think about is that when it comes to
guys like never compete with your own sister or your mom. >> why ever do that. >> or your grandma because it's just not cool. like whoever saw the guy first gets dibs on him. >> free shot. >> what about if they break up. >> well, then you can lay claim. >> okay. don't go for it at the same time. okay. we're just about out of time but ask to have about your fashion line. >> i'm wearing stuff from my new spring collection for rebel and comes out february 7th so before
bowl, just go online and buy some outfits. >> and you can watch it before you watch "how to be single," february 12th. >> the best thing to do on valentine's day weekend. seriously. if you're a guy take your lady or your guy and you could work out how to get laid. >> and on that note we'll be right back. oh easy come easy go yeah we
cc1 test message test text1 underline test text1 italics lonely girl you'll be lonely girl >> it is an action-packed show. here now with lady antebellum's charles kelley performing for our "gma" winter concert series and you may remember last fall he stopped by "gma" and you were kind enough to share with us you were working on a solo album called "the driver." well, it has pulled up. it is here. it is out this friday, right now
charles will sing one of his new song, it's called "lonely girl." >> yeah. >> take it away, charles. [ cheers and applause ] what's the matter you used to be so in love now you're crying he wasn't everything you dreamed of i gotta tell you he really wasn't ever good enough for you lonely girl you're the only girl for me can't you see
oh and you won't be lonely you won't be lonely girl ooh yeah don't you worry i'm never gonna let you down when you need me i'm always gonna be around close your eyes i'll take your body anywhere it wants to go lonely girl you're the only girl for me can't you see when you're all alone put this record on in your room oh you won't be lonely you won't be lonely girl lonely girl
lonely girl ooh you're just my lonely girl you're just a lonely girl just you and me and the sound of your heartbeat's rhythm just you and me and the sound of your heartbeat's rhythm lonely girl you're the only girl for me can't you see can't you see when you're all alone put this record on in your room oh and you won't be lonely you won't be lonely girl oh yeah i feel your heartbeat's rhythm
"baby daddy"'s stars, jean-luc bilodeau and chelsea kane stopping by before the big premiere. you gave me a fist pump. >> it's always a little nerve-racking when someone says my name and it's been a while. complicated spelling. >> very chic. >> that's what my parents were going for. >> i think so too and the french accent. do you like when people give it the french flair. >> yeah, it's spelled j-e-a-n so that's how you're supposed to pronounce it. i'm just saying my name. >> chelsea kane, great to see you. >> good to see you too. >> congrats on another season of "baby daddy." one of my dear friends is the executive producers. i'm always rooting for it. is. >> nice. >> share with our viewers if you haven't checked it out yet what can our viewers who love the show expect and what can new viewers sort of get from it. >> i think what's awesome about this season is it's uncharted territory for us. we finally concluded our love triangle that's been our "a" plot for five seasons.
ben has his own love triangle now. >> season five, i mean, we got along great from season one but now it's so fun. we can anticipate what our reactions will be and what the next move will be so we're having a lot of fun and, yeah, we'll just continue to break your heart and put it back together. >> the baby is still alive. >> thank you. >> which is impressive for this group? thank you, guys for popping in to "gma." always love seeing you. part of the family. everybody check out "baby daddy," the premiere tonight 8:30 eastern, 7:30 central on freeform. amy, george, back to you. >> bye, everybody. >> have a great day. >> live from wcvb
channel 5, this is the newscenter 5 eyeopener update. emily: we are looking live at boston with cloudy skies and other places are seeing more precipitation. cindy: yes, northern worcester county into new hampshire but temperatures are running late. -- but temperatures are climbing play. a soaking rain is coming in after lunchtime through the evening. we could even hear a rumble of thunder south of boston the rain gets out of here tomorrow and still in the 50' s but it turns cold and dry for the weekend. emily: we are watching your commute. olessa: we are still watching an accident on 128 southbound by route 38. the pike looks better. another crash on route greet northbound with one lane blocked. emily: the driver convicted in this tragic crash on the arbor
the 20 euro was found guilty last month of negligent operation for causing the 2013 crash that injured five people. one of those critically injured. the victim killed by a train in dedham has been identified as a teenager. the 13-year-old was hit and killed yesterday during the evening commute and he is from dedham. join us four newscenter5 at
>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the new comedy, "how to be single," rebel wilson. and music mogul and author l.a. reid. plus, michael cooks up a healthy, tasty dish as we continue our "big game week." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] >> and now, here are your emmy award-winning co-hosts, kelly