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i'm bernie sanders. approve this msage. join us for real change. good morning, america. chris rock stealing the spotlight at the oscars. >> well, i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> facing the diversity backlash head on. >> you're damn right hollywood's racist. >> leonardo dicaprio finally breaking through with a win. >> i do not take tonight for granted. >> lady gaga with a show-stopping performance. happens to you happens to you happens to you >> the moment that brought everyone to their feet. a rock star reception for donald trump. >> wow, wow, this is amazing. >> commanding a massive crowd in
facing fire from all sides after failing to condemn the kkk. >> not only is that wrong, it makes him unelectable. >> but can anything stop the front-runner's surge on the campaign's biggest day yet? and is hillary clinton on the verge of locking down the nomination? and we are taking you behind the scenes of hollywood's biggest night like only "gma" can from the red carpet to backstage. you won an oscar, brie. you won an oscar. >> i really can't believe it. >> we're one-on-one exclusively with the big winners. their first interview, seconds after taking home the gold. all the unforgettable moments. >> let's get this money. >> the "gma" oscars after-party starts right now. >> good morning. >> good morning.
go crazy crazy cake by the ocean [ cheers and applause ] can we take you home with us? we love to walk out every morning with you here with us. >> good morning. >> good morning, america. good morning from hollywood. [ cheers and applause ] >> we have a very special show coming up this morning. we're live from the legendary el capitan theater here in l.a. and just like the oscars, we as you can see we have a live, live audience with us. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you for all that energy this morning and how about all the energy last night? shining moment for leo dicaprio
made the most of it. there he comes right there. i have to say i was so glad to see that "spotlight" won the best picture. my favorite movie. >> great picture and so was the team behind "spotlight." we have a picture of them celebrating all smiles. check this out. think they're a little excited? >> just a little there. it was such a fantastic night on the red carpet. robin, lara, michael and i were all there. it was such a whirlwind. i was nervous, i have to say. >> thank you. >> it was so fun. >> you are a newbie but you seemed like a veteran. >> i was nervous. the microphone was shaking a little. >> michael strahan says good to have the nerves before a big game. >> people were a little nervous wanting to know how chris rock would do and the one thing people are talking about making so many headlines, oscar host chris rock's monologue on diversity, the comedian taking the issue head on right from the top of the show and what he said changed the way a lot of people may be thinking about race here in america. abc's chris connelly is here with more on that.
>> good morning, yes, indeed for chris rock it had to be an all eyes on me moment. so much anticipation in the dolby theatre around the world, deep feelings and then he took on this controversy with nuance, discernment, historical perspective and no one got a free pass. >> well, i'm here at the academy award s otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> reporter: host chris rock, his comic dazzle and daring on full display. >> you realize if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't even get this job. >> reporter: taking the oscars so white controversy head on and no one was safe. >> you got to figure that it happened in the '50s, in the the '60s and black people did not protest, why? because we had real things to protest at the time. you know. >> reporter: even calling out african-american oscar boycotters. >> will was not nominated. it's not fair.
it's also not fair that will was paid $20 million for "wild, wild west" okay. >> reporter: dropping the hammer on white hollywood's hypocrisy savidging its progressive outlook. >> mr. president, you see all these writers and producers and actors? they don't hire black people and they're the nicest white people on earth. they're liberals. cheese. that's right. >> reporter: his analysis a speaking truth to power moment earning the laughter of recognition. >> is hollywood racist? you're damn right hollywood is racist. hollywood is sorority racist. it's like, we like you, rhonda, but you're not a kappa. that's how hollywood is. >> reporter: the best, better
>> we want opportunity. we want black actors to get the same opportunities and tt's it. >> reporter: a comedic tour did you force with a high level of difficulty by a host who was up to the job. a job he says he decided not to back out of. >> they're not going to cancel the oscars because i quit. you know, and the last thing i need is to lose another job to kevin hart, okay. >> i mean he absolutely crushed it. as the oscar host it's hard enough to make those first ten rows laugh but to do it with such thought was fantastic. >> he went there. he often does that. you brought up a good point. he has a narrative. there is a purpose behind it. >> not just doing it for shock. knows where he's going and make sure no one gets off the hook. >> he hit every single side of the issue in such a tight set. >> really got a huge reaction inside. the laughter of people going, a lot of truth is being spoken here.
line. >> i think we did. >> we all know -- >> live for another day. >> he's also wise about kevin hart because kevin made no bones about it. he wants that job. >> they ought to give it to him. >> this is a hard job. if chris rock wants to keep doing it, he goes right ahead. it's not easy to be funny in that show. >> he was so great and big moments for leo dicaprio and brie larson. >> a lot of surprises and may have saved the biggest one for last. it was an incredible night of huge surprises. >> the oscar goes to "spotlight." >> reporter: "spotlight" shining at the end clinching the biggest award of the night. >> this film gave a voice to survivors and this oscar amplifies that voice. >> reporter: but "rocky"'s great comeback sly stallone winning award after award all year long thwarted by this guy. >> mark rylance for "bridge of spies."
supporting actor. can you believe it? >> i really can't believe it. i used to watch these when i was a kid. i remember seeing them the year "rocky" won and al pacino was in "dog day afternoon." >> leonardo dicaprio. >> reporter: and leo with his sixth oscar nomination finally having his moment taking home best actor and using it as a platform for global change. >> let us not take this planet for granted. i do not take tonight for granted. >> brie larson. >> reporter: brie larson also taking home a golden statuette for best actress in "room" quickly celebrated by her co-star and biggest fan. >> jacob tremblay, my partner through this. >> alicia vikander. >> reporter: alicia vikander's role in "the danish girl" beating out kate winslet for best supporting actress. i saw you just now staring at it. >> it looks like an oscar. >> yeah, i believe it is actually. >> reporter: and the biggest winner of the night. >> "mad max." >> "mad max."
>> "madoff: after the fall." >> reporter: "mad max" bringing home six oscars. the night full of big performances. if i can risk it all >> reporter: sam smith performing "witing's on the wall" winning original song and getting personal in his acceptance speech. >> i stand here tonight as a proud gay man and i hope we can all stand together as equals one day. thank you. >> reporter: surprising many beating out lady gaga. happens to you happens to you happens to you how could you >> that was emotional. >> an amazing moment. we're going to get into a little more on gaga later in the show. >> yes, also one of the biggest moments of the night, leo, people are wondering, leo dicaprio, his first oscar win best actor for "the revenant." sixth oscar nomination. turns out the sixth time was
to talk to him along with two other big winners just moments after they won. >> and the oscar goes to leonardo dicaprio. >> reporter: for leonardo dicaprio, "the revenant" earned him the first oscar and a reception befitting the king of the world. >> thank you. thank you. >> the standing owe vague, that doesn't happen all the time, leo. you know that. what did that mean to you, your peers? >> i was -- i was very moved. >> leo, you've worked on many fine films over the years. what was it about this one and the way you speak so passionate passionately about it? >> we literally rehearsed for two weeks just for the opening sequence of this movie. it was so unique in its approach but more than that, it was being able to have conversations off
meant and seeing it with my own eyes. >> reporter: "the revenant" also won an oscar for best director, alejandro inarritu taking home the award for the second time in a row. >> >>. [ speaking a foreign language ] . >> thank you to the academy. >> congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> very happy. two years in a row. that hasn't happened i think since they were saying in decades to have a director win back-to-back. >> i know, i know. >> has it ever happened? >> yes, leo, it has but not since 1950. >> maybe an accident, i guess, you know what, i'm so happy and so honored. >> make sure for once and forever that the quarter of a scene become as irrelevant as the length of our hair. >> climate change is real and it is happening right now. it is the most urgent threat facing our entire species. >> both of your speeches were just outstanding. >> thank you. >> climate change and to see the passion, what is the message you
>> it is the most urgent crisis that we've ever faced as a civilization. we can actually tackle this problem. we just have to have the political will. >> they knew and they let it happen. >> reporter: the film that tackled the issue of abuse in the catholic church "spotlight" got the nod for best picture. what was it about this story? there are a lot of stories. what was it about this one. >> necessity. it had to be told. a difference had to be made. >> we hope that this movie inspires some conversations. >> brie larson took home the oscar for best actress for her performance in "room." >> i don't believe you. you said you were jet-lagged from the red carpet. >> yeah. >> so are you awake now as an oscar winner? >> yes, yes, i'm very awake right now. this is the craziest feeling. i don't even know what it is, what i'm feeling right now because it's never happened before. >> i loved how you reached back with jacob and you kind of tapped him. >> i did? >> yeah, you did. >> a house.
are you even listening to me? >> is it true because it was such a deep subject matter, karaoke? >> a lot of karaoke, a lot. >> what's your go-to karaoke song? i won't make you sing it. >> i mostly like early 2000s r&b, mariah carey, usher, destiny's child. those are all my go-tos and that's what i was doing. >> you won an oscar, brie. you won an oscar. >> i can't believe it. i really can't believe it. >> she was just staring at it like that. >> your gift to her, you didn't make her sing. >> that moment with leo was tweeted 440,000 times per minute making it the most tweeted minute from an oscars ever beating ellen's selfie from 2014 and the internet wasn't done with leo. after he won there was some, well, some memes started popping up. that was, of course --
started celebrating like a world cup champion. >> as king of the world. >> he is king of the world. his mother was backstage and actually still had the card that said he was the winner and she said she was going to keep it. i keep all his memorabilia like a mom does. >> >> talking before the show he grew up in the shadows of here. >> he did. he did and he talked about how his parents would take him on auditions and really encouraged him and he was a little quirky and they just supported him and he has worked so hard but that -- that spontaneous standing ovation really got to him. meant a lot to him. >> from all your peers. we have a lot more coming up from the oscars. we turn to the white house right now, "your voice, your vote," just one day away from the critical super tuesday contest. this he'll cast their ballots. could make hillary clinton and donald trump unstoppable. also have a brand-new poll out moments ago it shows trump with his biggest lead yet at nearly 50% across the country. abc's tom llamas has all the
>> reporter: good morning to you as we just saw polls show donald trump may have a big night tomorrow but now he's dealing with a problem involving the kkk and the other candidates are all seizing on it. >> wow. >> wow, this is amazing. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump speaking to a massive crowd in alabama, a super tuesday state, but not mentioning a syllable about the controversy involving the ku klux klan and their former grand wizard david duke. >> wow say you condemn them and don't want their support? >> well, i have to look at the group. i mean i don't know what group you're talking about. >> i'm just talking about david duke and the ku klux klan here. >> i don't know -- i don't know david duke. i don't believe i've ever met him i'm pretty sure i never met him. >> unloading on him by his rivals. >> we cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white supremacists and
>> trump later tweeting about david duke, i disavow and sending this clip from friday. >> i didn't even know he endorsed me. david duke endorsed me. i disavow. >> this as trump's other rival senator ted cruz hammered him for not releasing his tax returns as he and senator rubio have. >> there have been multiple media reports about donald's business dealings with the mob, with the pfaff ya, maybe his tax returns show that those business dealings are a lot more extensive. >> business dealings with the mafia. >> we don't know. >> and trump not the only one feeling the heat. governor chris christie who endorsed trump struggled to defend some of the billionaire's policies. >> are you saying now you endorse the ban on having non noncitizen muslims -- >> no, that's not what i'm saying. that's only one piece of an overall approach to national security. >> but you disagree with it. >> i said that very plainly. listen, george, here's the bottom line, elections are choices. >> reporter: and overnight, things continued to get ugly. responding to trump dubbing
>> little marco. >> rubio mocking trump for having small hands. >> you know what they say about men with small hands -- [ cheers and applause ] >> you can't trust them. you can't trust them. >> they say the republican race in a very strange spot right now. george. >> it sure is. tom. this crowd know what is they say about small hands, i guess. we just heard it. i want to bring this to jon karl and, jon, looking ahead to tomorrow night, big contest. give people a sense of what marco rubio and ted cruz need to do to kind of slow down donald trump. >> well, george, they've got to keep him from running away from it. for ted cruz, everything is at stake because look at this. his home state votes on super tuesday. he's got to win there. if he can get 50% of the vote there he can get away with the lion's share of the delegates but he has to do more. all these southern states, that is where ted cruz has banked his campaign. he's got to find a way to win there. as for marco rubio, it's unclear
he's been targeting minnesota, virginia, arkansas, he can keep getting delegates by coming in a close second or third, but he's got to find a place to win. i think 20% is his biggest number, 20% in texas if he gets less than that he can get shut out of all of texas' delegate. >> they have to build up enough delegates to try to block trump even if they can't get there themselves. on the democratic side hillary clinton coming out of that big win saturday in south carolina. looks like she's ready to roll through the south. >> that's right and bernie sanders has to find a way to win somewhere where we don't expect him to. his home state votes, he can win there. probably massachusetts next door but he's got to find a way not to geddes mated again in the south. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. we're going to be out in force on super tuesday. i'll be with our whole political team for a prime tiem me show and on "gma" and "world news tonight." >> a storm bringing severe weather to the plains. where are you, rob?
there and great-looking crowd on stage. happy oscars monday. we do have severe weather beneed to talk about not only today but in through super tuesday. today we're most concerned about big hail and gusty winds, tulsa and oklahoma city and chicago tomorrow night. cindy: good morning. i' m meteorologist cindy fitzgibbons. we have some sunshine this morning and augusta breeze.
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so, i want you to reach into your millionaire pockets and i want you to buy some of my daughter's girl scout cookies. look at my babies up there. are you going to deny my princesses some cookies? make that money. tina fey, oh, charlize theron, yes, matt -- yes, okay, you get him. you get him. leo, you made 30 million. come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> welcome back to "gma." chris rock doing it for the girl scouts and his daughter last night raised more than $60,000 for the girl scouts and everybody having fun buying the
>> we had morgan freeman. michael keaton was doing it. you were with very special guests with a treat for the audience. >> take a look at troop 5215 with us this morning fresh off the oscars, ladies, come on. we're bringing our audience some girl scout cookies. and their troop leader. >> troop leader. >> oh, and this audience has been the best. >> those girls. >> i know. >> the same girl scout troop that was on the show -- are they ever going to get any rest? >> they're selling a lot. they raised over $60,000. >> like this audience needs a sugar rush, okay. >> they want it. >> i know. they do. they do. >> look. raising their hands. >> yes. >> yes. we are celebrating with our big oscars after-party all morning
robin. >> they're like, throw me something. we'll go one-on-one with some of the biggest stars bringing you behind the scenes of the most powerful moments. lady gaga, oh, that was incredible, it was an emotional performance getting huge reaction right now and we have that coming up. >> we are going to have that coming up. >> jacob. >> jacob tremblay from "room," 9 years old. he was having fun with brie larson last night, a couple of selfies right there and as you might know he is a huge "star wars" fan and had a great moment. >> everybody shared that moment but he was -- kept walking around with his hands in his pockets. >> i got to interview him. most will give you yes and no answers, he was going on a soliloquy. he has so much personality. brilliant. >> in that film, yes. reaction to chris rock's no holds barred oscar show taking on the lack of diversity at this year's academy awards and what he said has so many people weighing in from oprah to amy
chance to catch up with chris right after the show. good morning, nick. >> good morning, robin. well, this was one of the most anticipated monologues in decades and history and here and now ready to judge rock on how he handled the oscars so white and the verdict is now in. >> welcome your host, chris rock. >> from the moment he walked on stage. >> this is the wildest, craziest oscars to ever host because we have all this controversy, no black nominees. >> reporter: chris rock commanded that stage and the twitter sphere went into overdrive. that was really incredible, ellen. welp, chris rock murdered #oscars, fellow comedian amy schumer. thumbs up from oprah, now you breathe. >> he made it not just about this year, but every year. >> 8th academy awards, which means -- [ applause ]
thing has happened at least 71 other times. >> reporter: after the show we caught up with him at the governors ball. how are you doing, man? >> great, i think. we'll see tomorrow. >> reporter: there were protests from new york to hollywood, reverend al sharpton leading an oscars tune out rally. >> people are like, chris, you should boycott. >> reporter: spike lee boycotting or wore what looked like a tux to a knicks game instead. >> this is the second year in a row where there have been no people of color who got a nomination in the acting category so that's why we're not there. >> reporter: back at the show we saw black actors tracy morgan, "snl's" leslie -- >> say something. maybe one day they'll make a movie about a skinny white lady who invented a mop. a black girl would have to discover the cure to cancer first. >> reporter: kevin hart didn't.
it and these problems of the day will eventually become problems of the old. let it not beat us. >> i've been calling out hollywood for its lack of diversity. >> reporter: "straight outta compton" largely overlooked so rock went to compton. >> you see "spotlight"? >> no. >> nope. >> no. >> "bridge of spies." >> where are you getting these movies from? >> did you see "straight outta compton"? >> "straight outta compton," i did see that. >> i loved it. >> oh, yes. >> oh, hell yeah. >> reporter: the overwhelming online verdict on rock, he nailed it. >> i want to invite everybody here to the b.e.t. awards this summer. black lives matter. >> reporter: now, a couple of missteps according to twitter. the joke with the three asian kids on stage fell flat and if he's talking about diversity he should have talked about latinos and asian-americans. >> some did talk about that. when you talk about diversity
overall everyone was saying that what he did was well received overall. >> the reaction in the room, the reaction online, yes. >> we'll see. he was in a tough spot. he really was. george. >> thanks very much. we turn to another big story this morning, "dancing with the stars" host erin andrews expected to take the stand today in her emotionally charged trial. she is suing a hotel for $75 million after a stalker caught her undressing in her room. eva pilgrim has the story. >> reporter: while she's used to being front and center reporting from the sidelines of sports' biggest events this morning erin andrews is expected to be front and center in court taking the stand fighting for herself. >> she kept screaming, i'm on the internet, i'm on the internet. i'm naked. >> hi. erin andrews. >> reporter: the 37-year-old reporter and "dancing with the stars" co-host is suing michael david barrett who in 2010 pleat pleated guilty to stalking
door of her hotel room and the owners of this marriott for $75 million claiming the hotel made it easy for him to film her in the nude. >> if she tells the jury how this affected her, that she was embarrassed by it, that she was sickened by it, that she continues to be emotionally upset about it, i just can't imagine that it's going to be difficult for this jury to connect with her and this jury to find in her favor. >> reporter: the hotel says barrett is a criminal who tricked them into gaining access to andrews but andrews' lawyers say the hotel did nothing to prevent barrett from finding her room number and failed to notice he had removed and altered the peephole on her door. >> stands there for 4 1/2 minutes and videos her. >> reporter: barrett posted his video on the internet and it went viral. experts say millions watched it. it's been eight years since the incident and despite her best efforts to remove the video, it
and her dad says his daughter still isn't the same. >> she's not the girl that we used to know. >> reporter: we are expected to hear from the stalker and erin's mother before wrapping up the day with erin andrews herself. >> the biggest moment yet in the eva, thanks very much. coming up that showstopping performance from lady gaga. what a powerful, emotional moment last night.
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oscars, lady gaga performing the song "til it happens to you." shining a light on a very important issue and her performance bringing the crowd to its feet. abc's kayna whitworth is here with more. good morning to you, kayna. >> good morning to you and not only was the crowd brought to its feet but they also began to cry. as those survivors of sexual violence joined lady gaga on stage. now, gaga saying she is a survivor and wanted to use her oscar performance to send a powerful message. till it happens to you won't know how i feel >> reporter: lady gaga transcending the oscar stage. till it happens to you don't know how i feel >> reporter: accompanied by dozens of survivors of sexual violence, the scars written on their arms. you won't know how i feel >> reporter: the song "til it happens to you" earning gaga her
best original song for the documentary "the hunting ground" which chronicles alleged sexual violence on college campuses. >> students went from sexual assault victims to survivors and now activists. >> reporter: vice president joe biden there to promote the white house campaign it's on us introducing gaga. >> take the pledge, a pledge that says i will intervene in situations when consent has not or cannot be given. let's change the culture. [ applause ] >> reporter: lara speaking with his wife jill and daughter ashley backstage. >> i think it's really going to be a powerful message. >> one in five women are assaulted on campus and only 13% actually report it which needs to change. you don't know it won't be real >> reporter: social media blowing up with the #itsonus and #iwillintervene.
very close to my heart for obvious reasons. >> i am myself a survivor. very grateful to the academy for giving us this world stage. >> wow. >> now, lady gaga sending out a tweet overnight. it was very powerful thanking all of those women and men for joining her on stage saying 50 stories, such resilience. she also thanked everyone for allowing them to hear her story about her survivor -- important to note you heard the vice president say that he really wanted everybody to get online and sign their petition for their cause. >> absolutely. >> it was a moment. >> i agree. i would say it was the moment of the night. a couple of other tweets to talk about. jessica chastain wrote completely crying. so much love for those brave survivors. jesse tyler ferguson saying the lady gaga performance, incredibly powerful. thank you so much, kayna. coming up on "good morning america," the other man of the hour, i don't know if he's a
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>> hello. >> hey, robin. >> good morning, america. good morning, hollywood. oh, welcome to hollywood. wow, what an evening we are celebrating. never had an entrance like that. >> i'm sweating. >> we were worried about you. on the board, thank you to david moore for choreographing that dance. >> that was great. [ applause ] >> and be sure to look for that video again later to see if you can spot all the best picture nominees in that video. >> what a night last night. what a night for leonardo dicaprio on his sixth try he gets the oscar. we will he show him backstage. there he is getting it engraved and this morning another star is going to be here live. >> oh, yes, indeed. dj kiss in the house. joe zee. [ cheers and applause ] >> also joining all of them out
and i got to speak to some of those stars backstage. >> dj kiss, you did a great job at the governor's ball last night. >> thank you, thank you. >> what a job all you guys did on the red carpet last night. looked beautiful. so poised. so much fun to see you all. >> we had a great, great time and as we look -- >> oh, wow. >> there you go. >> very nice. >> robin, yours was so stunning. is. >> george was helping me with dress selection. when he's not hoverboarding he's he suggested red. i went with blue. something. someone is trying to communicate with us. is that michael? hello. is this thing on? >> oh. >> it's me strahan. i hope you guys are hearing me. i'm a little tied up out here in space. whoo, out here by myself. i don't think i'll get there today.
george did to get back. seriously, i think i'm about a million miles away and it looks that far or maybe i'm across the street. i don't know. have a great show. i'll see you guys soon. >> and the academy goes to -- >> it is safe to say none of us are quitting our day jobs. >> no. we'll leave that to the stars. so many great moments from the oscar, so many moments backstage. i had the great opportunity to meet two first-time winners, alicia vikander, mark rylance, that was a huge surprise moment and i got the chance to chat with them. take a look. >> alicia vikander, "the danish girl." >> i saw you just now staring at it. what do -- in it looks like an oscar. >> yeah. >> i believe it is actually. >> my mom and dad, thank you for giving me the belief that anything can happen. >> your mom is an actress.
>> what a moment this must be for her. >> she's extraordinary. she was the one who from a young age just introduced me to the world of theater and acting so i was so happy to have her here. >> hi, kate. >> are you so happy? >> that's cate blanchett. i'm like the biggest fan of growing up. pretty cool. >> and going inside the minds of "inside out" director pete docter and producer jonas rivera. >> the scroll is meant to be a list of thank you. >> you said, all right, kids, yes, let's get a dog. >> did they already come to talk to you. >> it could be. i really haven't had a chance. overwhelmed. >> you can't take it back now. >> a little inside scoop from men by calling who plays the voice of disgust in the now oscar award winning animated film. you, i think, had the plum part. >> it's fun to play a character who can barely tolerate anything. >> mark rylance, "bridge of spies".
>> i think i might. i might get -- >> what do i know? >> i'm not a spy. >> you're very convincing in this movie. >> see, i don't find myself convincing when i watch it. that's the funny thing. >> here's who says you were very convincing. >> i think you should have this. i think -- >> oh, for just a brief moment. >> actually legally i can't do that. i'll be sued and put in prison. >> the best supporting actor did let me have a little time with his golden statue. >> a little role reversal. thank you for my moment. >> congratulations. >> oh, thank you. thank you. academy, i'm not really keeping it. >> he was so lovely. >> such a brilliant actor. >> he is and the reason i asked if he'd be ray good spy he said actors and spies have a lot in common because you have to sort of disappear. >> he does too. we saw him on broadway last year and disappeared in the role of a woman in "twelfth night." >> we'll find amy somewhere in the these story give us the news.
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ballooned up. >> thanks. i didn't think this was going to be a body shaming tonight. >> what is this moving? >> no, it's not. >> what is it going on here? >> hey, what is had? >> why are you touching me. >> i'm not touching you. >> ah. >> that was a moment on "jimmy kimmel" last night. best buddies, matt damon, ben affleck. >> a running bit because matt can never get on the show. >> sneak on. >> sneak on like that. >> one way to do it. >> it worked. >> as you know, we are in the midst of our big oscar after-party. we were, of course, right on the red carpet for the excitement and went one-on-one with the stars and have the hottest looks from the hottest night in hollywood. brilliant colors shining bright at the 88th academy awards sunday night where gorgeous
best actress winner brie larson looking regal in royal blue gucci. charlize theron rocking a plunging red christian dior number while "brooklyn's" saoirse ronan glimmered in green giving a nod to her home country of ireland. >> calvin klein made it for me and it was something that, you know, i didn't want to think about what i was wearing to the oscars before i got nominated because i'd be very superstition. >> reporter: "spotlight's" rachel mcadams going green wearing one by august getty who her sister picked for her. >> she's stylish and doesn't mince words. >> reporter: best supporting actress winner alicia vikander in stunning louis vuitton. did you feel perfect. >> i was like a 5-year-old alicia wanted to be belle in "beauty and the beast." >> kate winslet. >> reporter: and classic black on trend, kate winslet wearing a custom ralph lauren while jennifer garner was a
versace and julianne moore looking effortlessly chic in custom chanel. you look absolutely beautiful. you whispered in my ear it's chanel. >> reporter: white also wowed lady gaga mixing it up wearing jumpsuitwith a full train and olivia wilde ethereal and priyanka chopra had a zuhair murad gown and can't forget the men who looked dashing including kevin hart. who are you wearing. >> right now this is dolce & gabbana. look at it. [ cheers and applause ] >> he was. and joining us now to break down all the best looks are grammy award winning superstar kelly rowland. [ cheers and applause ] and we have joe zee editor in chief of yahoo style and "the fablife." don't you love this audience? they are tremendous. okay. all right. give us your two favorite looks from last night. >> okay, one would definitely
i thought she looked stunning. there was just -- everything was so in place. she even looked comfortable. this dress cannot possibly be comfortable. she made it look so effortless and chic and just -- ah, it goes down in history and alicia vikander. yes, she's amazing. >> you know, her dress was so cute, see how it's shorter in the front, longer in the back. she said it was so she could boogie. still dancing now. >> young. joe zee and i were talking about that backstage. she looks young and fresh and didn't have to come -- >> gave it a youthful look. . >> i loved charlize stunning in that red custom dior gown but wearing $4 million worth of harry winston jewels, that necklace with that dress was amazing. >> it really caught your eye. >> so beautiful. >> i also really love saoirse ronan and i know you talked to her on the carpet. she was so great in "brooklyn"
costume era and that custom calv klein dress and i know she wanted to wear green for ireland but the mismatched earrings were great. >> i liked what sofia vergara wore. putting it out there. hey, we're -- want to play a little game? we're going to play a game snap judgment. snap judgment so i'm going to -- i have a sentence and you're okay. okay, if you all want to hop in and say something, feel free to do that. >> oh, boy. >> >> within reason. within reason. when i saw lady gaga last night, i thought -- >> snatched. she looked amazing. everything about her like her shoulders, the waist, her face. >> the pants. >> the pants. >> everything. she was just snatched to perfection. >> she was like grace kelly if grace kelly had tats. >> between the snatch and the tats, i don't know, wow. >> all right. here's another snap judgment.
good, blank must be her secret weapon. >> gold. >> that gold dress that she had on, was that leather? >> no, it was tom ford so it was just really gold but it was molded to her body and looked like a statuette. >> she did. >> all right. what's your snap judgment. >> i was going to say tarzan like she's having a really good time. >> i agree. >> really? >> i'm thinking she's just walking, good time. >> oozes sex appeal and looked beautiful. >> she is. >> as did kerry washington and snap judgment with this. kerry washington inspires me to -- >> be an american gladiator. >> yes. >> that look. >> yes. >> definitely a gladiator. i love the fact that she put that leg out there. >> i also liked her ponytail. i thought that really made -- so youthful. >> i love all the casual hair on the carpet. >> okay. if i could borrow rachel m mcadams' red carpet look for
>> steam it out. i had this conversation with kelly. >> oh. >> no, i'm not being -- she looked stunning, stunning, stunning. i love that dress. >> i love that dress. i was going to say i would be dying to have it. >> it's just that fabric we're saying is so hard to sit for a long period of time. >> she's stunning. she can make a bag look -- >> she's gorgeous. >> she was right there at the grand staircase and i was just staring at her. >> you weren't the only one. >> no, she looked gorgeous. true movie star. >> shoutout. who did you like? >> who was your favorite? >> priyanka. >> priyanka. >> cute. >> shoutout to the guys too. i liked common was wearing a little bit of bling. fred leighton jewel. >> mark ruffalo had the navy black thing going. >> i liked jared leto. he did it well in a different way. >> i like the red -- >> yeah. >> equal time like that.
>> white was the color and i'm in a gold sandwich. >> feels great to have you on. >> life is good, joe zee. >> great to have you here. another check of the weather with rob. >> hey, robin, i thought the three of you were fantastic on the red carpet. these guys were standing out in here to get into the el capitan theater and wasn't raining. the oscars have been plagued with rain over the past couple of years and built up the red carpet just in case and not this year. it was sweet and we have wind advisories and dry weather. rough surf, big waves and record highs in palm springs and in las vegas and pattern change with rain coming into the northwest later on this week. cindy: good morning. i' m meteorologist cindy fitzgibbons. look out mild it is already. we have a southerly winds. a few hit or miss showers midday into the early afternoon.
more rai >> oh, yeah. give it up for so-cal weather. we love it. enjoy the rest of the week. back up to you on stage. >> thank you very much. we have a special "pop news" for you all celebrating the moment that popped at the oscars by handing out our own awards. we're calling then the pop-scars. i was up late. without further ado here's our first category. the best candid photo captured last night and nominees are taylor swift and lorde goofing off. sticking her tongue out. nominated leo and his co-star tom hardy along with his wife charlotte riley stopping for a little selfie on the red carpet of the we love those moments. there's charlize theron, another
cookies from the stars of our show, as well and as we said earlier over $60,000 raised doing that for a great cause. but our winner for the first popscar is brie larson holding her oscar in one hand and making "room" for a burger. >> i love it. with her sneakers, that's great. >> yeah. our next popscar is for the cutest couple. lady gaga and her fiance taylor kinney. >> cute. >> hard not to look. >> yes. >> or the pantsuit. >> even the audience, whoo. >> olivia munn and aaron rodgers were fantastic and a lot of fun to talk to on the red carpet. we'll show you them and sacha baron cohen and isla fisher married quite a long time but always seem to be having a good time. our winner is leonardo dicaprio and kate winslet, we know, we know. they're not really a couple.
>> we got a "titanic" case of nostalgia. >> the way they have supported each other over the years. >> absolutely, especially this year. they've really been there. >> through all their support. >> they've been there for one another. >> finally here to accept a special popscar is not -- i mean not lying, the star of "the revenant," come on out! [ cheers and applause ] >> leo was not available. this is the other star. this is a guy who played the bear, glenn. you own that movie. >> might be an overstatement. they're upset and disappointed. >> how did it feel getting up close and personal with leo? >> it was good. it was like mud wrestling for three days. might be very entertaining.
for a bear? >> you watch videos of bears attacking people. >> wow. >> then you get moody and go through a dumpster and eat some garbage garbage. >> a real method actor. >> yeah, sure. >> you were not able -- >> there you are wearing your suit. you never were -- >> smurf bear. >> never rehearsed with leo. >> we did. he had to learn the sequence. there is a lot of stuff going on. >> so was it all green screen. >> it was actually in real life it was a real set but i was in blue and -- >> glenn ennis the star of "the
>> live from wcvb tv channel 5 this is a newscenter 5 eyeopener update. emily: good morning. i' m emily riemer. top stories. tributes today to the virginia police officer killed on her first shift. ashley guindon was born in springfield and grew up in merrimack, new hampshire. a moment of silence will be held today at merrimack high school. chelsea police are investigating a suspicious death. alex perez was found dead on the sidewalk on cottage street sunday morning. police spent several hours inside and outside of 83 cottage street, but have said little about how he died. take a live look outside over the city. kind of nice there. cindy: 49 right now in boston.
we are watching a front that is going to bring in a couple of showers into the afternoon. temperatures into the 50' s today. more rain on wednesday. emily: thank you. kevin brennan watching the commute. kevin: big delays westbound on the mass pike. eastbound big delays. heaviest from 128. about 43 minutes to get in. south of town, delays out of hang ingham hanging to braintree. emily: thank you. we' re back at 8:56. if you are heading out, you can
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big post-oscar show and, michael, we're so glad you made it back from outer space just in time. >> oh, yeah, it was an incredibly fast flight. landed here. i didn't land where you are but i landed here so i'll do the show here but luckily by the satellite i'm able to sit here and talk to you guys. >> i'm still in outer space. >> kelly, you were up all night. you were backstage, tell me what some of your favorite moments were with the stars. >> it has to be brie larson and leo dicaprio, i mean, has to be. really exciting. they're both so -- their wins were so heart felt, emotional and they were really honest backstage about what they were feeling and i just was -- i was thrilled to be a part of it. it was really exciting. >> there were some beautiful, genuine moments. speaking of stars, you have a lot of star power today on your show. tell us about it. >> yeah, i mean, we have brie larson here today.
we can call her that. >> brie larson. >> yes, fifth harmony will debut their new single "work from home" and the start is great if that's right. we have a "dancing with the stars" -- they're going to be performing and andy grammer is going to be here so it's like a very big musical extravaganza. >> yes. >> you name droppers, you. strahan, i saw you running by. >> listen -- >> go ahead. >> yeah, i saw you right after -- bottom of the stairs, you looked incredible and i had to run by to get backstage and missed you but made sure to text you and say i'll never run by you again. >> i wasn't fishing for a compliment. i was going to say you were a busy man. you go the a busy morning. we're excited so how about a toast? let's raise -- thanks, george. let's raise our glasses. everyone here wishes you both a great show this morning. >> great show, guys. >> make sure to watch, everyone, coming up. >> thanks a lot. >> cheers.
>> you know what -- >> kelly, michael. >> last year with in and out. this year, champagne. >> upped our game just for you. thank you. a great show coming up there and what a great show it was last night. sam smith giving us chills as the oscars with his performance of "witing's on the wall" from the james bond movie. he took home the oscar for best original song and, boy, i had a chance to spend a little time with him backstage. take a look. for you >> he's the pan with the golan voice now with the ultimate prize in the movie world. >> i actually can't breathe right now. >> reporter: visibly shocked and almost in tears after hearing his name for best original song. the now academy award winning singer dedicated his award to the lgbt community. >> i hope we can all tan together as equals one day. >> reporter: getting this award tonight means so much to us because we didn't sit down and
song. >> i know you didn't set out for 007. that's pretty cool. >> it's our first song we didn't write from my perspective. >> reporter: the oscar winner took to the stage to perform "witing's on the wall." if i can risk it all >> reporter: a task he says was not easy. you used the word about how >> no. >> yes, you did. >> that was -- the performance was one of the worst moments of my life, i swear. >> what do you mean. >> i didn't get any enjoyment out of it. my legs were shaking and i could have peed myself. i was so scared. the writing's on the wall >> he was so nervous about that performance but you could not tell one iota. yes, okay, rob, you got a special guest? >> we do in just a minute but first we got to talk about what's happening weatherwise. we got a severe threat today and tomorrow and big voting day
several states impacted by that. across oklahoma looking for large hail and heavy winds, tomorrow might see a few tornadoes across tennessee getting up through kentucky and southern parts of ohio, as well. and then the cooldown behind this system comes in from chicago, mid-50s to 30 on thursday, burlington, 51 to 14 on thursday. so winter is not done quite yet. cindy: good morning. i' m meteorologist cindy fitzgibbons. 50 and the could be a few spots showers into the early afternoon. >> tomorrow is the first day of meteorological spring. today is february 29th. that means it's a leap year and that gives us an extra 24 hours to do good for special people. our sponsor chevrolet is creating a movement called #dayitforward that inspires people to do good for others.
to be a role model for his children or the children in his community and they surprised him with an experience of a lifetime. take a look. for 32-year-old nik ritchie giving back starts with being a role model and coming from a place of yes. >> i think for nick it's just so important to kind of tell kids that nothing and no one can stop you from your dreams. >> reporter: the screenwriter works regularly with organizations like camp so-cal hearts to mentor underprivileged and foster children. >> they see him as an older brother, a figure that they can look up to. >> reporter: he even produces videos for the charities. >> here we go. >> reporter: so "gma" and chevrolet teamed up with nick's wife ali to day it forward to him. >> what is happening here right now? >> reporter: with a special behind-the-scenes oscar experience. >> buckle up, you're heading to the red carpet. i feel very humbled.
>> reporter: nick's first stop our "gma" l.a. set for some advice from the pros. >> you're going to be at the rehearsals. >> yep. >> where we actually practice the show. >> yes? so you're going to be wearing a placard. which actor do you want to be? >> i'll be leo. >> oh. i want to interview you. >> reporter: then on to the red carpet for the oscar preshow rehearsals where nick stands in as hollywood's other leading man and best actor nomination. >> have you ever seen somebody with better hair? look at his hair. oh, whoo! i touched matt damon -- ah. >> i got to see the magic behind what goes behind making the academy awards happen and that's pretty spectacular. you can't help but want to be a part of this. it's pretty magical. >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. we are here with nick and his wife ali. nick, thanks so much for all the good that you do for your community. i got to ask you, what was the
>> meeting you guys, meeting robin. i know, i know i'm kissing up buts of it was really a wonderful experience and getting to talk about an organization like camp tlc and so cal hearts and dear to my heart and the women that run that organization are amazing and bringing attention to that -- >> he has a handsome head of hair. >> but you know what, nick, you all brought so much to this weekend for us. all about. yes, it's great, the oscars and all that but what you have done and your heart and to see how happy -- you should have seen -- well, you saw part of it. you guys were really having a good time but you made us have a good time so thank you. thank you for paying it forward. >> thank you very much for having us. >> we challenge you, take 24 hours, you got an extra day to day it forward and do something special for the people around you.
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is very difficult because i'm only 24. >> you do the math. >> amy, we really wanted you out here this year and you did not disappoint at all. you looked ravishing. >> thank you for having me. it was so fun. >> i saw amy right after we wrapped and she said, you didn't tell me. >> it was like everyone is coming at you throwing cards at me. you have to know everything about everyone. it is a lot of hard work so my hats off to both of you. > you must get whiplash. >> you try not to be red carpet roadkill. >> you were in that suv -- that -- what is that -- hov lane. >> the diamond lane. >> like an e-zpass. >> there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes that you don't see. take a look. >> this is pretty cool. >> we're here. >> robin. >> hollywood's biggest night starts for us at rehearsals for the big red carpet show. >> oh, my god. i'm at the oscars. >> it's a little too obvious we dream in gold. >> life is gold.
>> who could ask for anything more. >> all of us together with the stand-ins. >> leonardo dicaprio is here. look like he came straight off the set of "the revenant," beard and all. looks good on you. >> you've grown. >> lara with a sore throat needed to save her voice so her producer asked a question. >> last year you were here as a winner. >> time for me to get red carpet ready but i don't know how ready i am. >> reporter: then time for oscar. amy even doing a story for "world news" while her glam team did their thing. >> might give leo the lock for the best actor award. >> reporter: michael suited up in a beautiful blue tux. lara studied with her crew and i had a special guest, my dear aaahgh. >> not bad for two girls from whoo-hoo. storm. the carpet. >> it takes a village and i'm so happy with my village.
>> i got to admit sometimes it didn't even feel like work and amy made it through her first red carpet with us. >> cheeseburger? >> cheeseburgers. >> amy, you made it. i was just telling rob this, you know, my sister was here. she was so excited to see everybody. you know the one person she was disappointed she didn't get to meet? rob marciano. i'm not kidding you. we were at the party and almost had to turn back around. >> country chic. >> you know too much but what a great time we had. great having dorothy they are. coming up, dj kiss, dj mos are getting this party started. next dnce and hailee steinfeld perform live, so come on back.
let's get this party going. our big oscar performance now former oscar nominee hailee steinfeld with us for her first live tv appearance. she just dropped the certified platinum cd "haze" and joining her right now dnce whose cd "sway" isto go their chart sings their brand-new single. it's called "rock bottom." [ applause ] what are we fighting for seems like we do it just for fun in this stupid war we play hard with our plastic guns deep until it's all we got don't speak just use your too much same way
we scream and we shout and make up the same day same day we're on the right side of rock bottom and i hope that we keep falling we're on the good side of bad karma 'cause we keep on coming back for more we're on the right side of rock bottom and to you i just keep crawling you're the best kind of bad something 'cause we keep on coming back for more you get under my skin more than anyone's ever been but when we lay in bed you hold me harder till i forget that you hate me now and i feel the same way you love me now and i feel the same way we scream and we shout and make up the same day same day oh we're on the right side of
we're on the good side of bad karma 'cause we keep on coming back for more we're on the right side of rock bottom and to you i just keep crawling you're the best kind of bad something 'cause we keep on coming back for more keep on coming back for more 'cause we keep on coming back for more what are we fighting for seems like we do it just for fun in this, this stupid war we play hard with our plastic guns oh we're on the right side of rock bottom and i hope that we keep falling we're on the good side of bad
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test text1 plain cc1 test message test t "good morning america" is brought to you by visit california. california, dream big. [ cheers and applause ] thank you all, great crowd here with hailee steinfeld and can barely hear us. this is actually a return. what was it, five years ago you were nominated for an oscar here and now you're out here performing. how does it feel.
i never thought it would come full circle in this way. incredible to be here. look, that's so crazy. >> cutie. >> thank you. >> joe, first of all, i can't believe you stole my jacket. >> thanks for letting me borrow it. >> this collaboration works. >> hailee is a friend of us and incredible artist. glad to be part of this song. >> thank you for bringing it to us. >> to be fair to the audience -- >> thumbs up? [ cheers and applause ] >> they were going to riot if you didn't come back out. >> thank you, thank you, thank you, all and thank you to this wonderful audience and dj kiss and dj mos. going all night long. thank you. hey, we also want to give a thoughtout to the girl scouts. thank you girls for staying up, for selling your cookies. go to girlscoutcookies.org to support them. >> was this a great way to start
emily: good morning. i' m emily riemer. looking live over the boston skyline. we are heading to the fifth these today. cindy: 51 in boston already this morning. a frontal boundary and clouds are going to be moving in any couple of showers around the worcester area around noon time. we cannot rule out a brief shower in the early afternoon. through the 50' s tomorrow, 40' s tomorrow. more rain on wednesday. emily: thank you. kevin: we' re seeing slowdowns on route and a crash3 on union street is in the clearing stages. about 37 minutes to the tunnel. we had an earlier crash but that has been cleared. residual delays back to the
emily: thank you. we' ve learned tamerlan tsarnaev passed his u.s. citizenship test just three months before he and his brother attacked the boston marathon. new records released to "the boston globe" show the elder tsarnaev swore his allegiance to the united states at the federal building in boston. the final push to super tuesday. the campaign trail winds through massachusetts today. republican john kasich will hold an event in plymouth tonight. democrat bernie sanders will be in milton, and hillary clinton will hold an event in springfield before heading to boston.
>> it's "live! with kelly & michael"'s "after-oscar show" and it all starts right now. today, we catch up with all the big stars including best actress winner, brie larson. and check out our exclusive red carpet and backstage interviews. plus, fifth harmony performs. and our fashion panel picks the night's best dressed. [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] [cheers and applause] >> now, give it up for the cast of "dancing with the stars" and andy grammer.