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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. all righty, it is thirsty thursday, so happy you're with us, january 14th. we have a great show today. two ladies from ourlaza didn't win the powerball. >> but they're still lucky. >> ambush makeovers. >> they look like they won the power ball. >> they couldn't be happier. >> we'll head into the kitchen and show you how to make mexican tacos, a staple, but this will be the healthy version and it's going to blow your mind. >> everybody's saying it's delicious. really be really, we've done almost 100 everyone has a story now. this love story is so incredible you have to stick around to hear it. >> this is everyone has a love story? >> yes. >> i like it. >> it's love on so many
that's what's amazing. they were a couple of teenagers, okay, at the beginning. >> a teenage couple. >> all kinds of things happen. >> so the oscars came out. >> the nominations. >> and they looked sort of like i guess the way you would expect, right? >> i think there was a few surprises. the rev nant got the most, 12 nominations. >> included best picture, best director, best supporting actor. what is revanant? >> it's the true story of this man after he got mauled by a bear. some people i really respect saw it and they said it's simply superb. >> "mad max fury road" has the second most nominations with ten including best picture and best director. >> in the best actor category, bryan cranston, who a lot of people thought he would have won the golden globe, he didn't. matt damon was nominated for
>> michael fassbender for steve jobs. >> who was also overlooked? >> eddie redmayne, everyone likes him, "the danish girl." >> matt won the golden globe for best actor in a comedy. >> wasn't a comedy. you saw it a couple times. >> best actress nominees include cate blanchett. jennifer lawrence for "joy." >> i cannot say this beautiful young -- saorsi? >> it's spelled eded s-a-o-r-s-e. >> i'll see that movie this weekend because everybody says it's just beautiful. and brie just won a golden globe for best performance in a drama.
christian bale for "the big short." mark ruffalo, "spotlight." we loved "bridge of spies." loved it. >> we were very upset when it was overlooked. and sylvester stallone for "creed." we'll see what happens there. supporting actress, jennifer jason leigh for "the hateful eight." rooney mara for "carol." and kate winslet for "steve jobs." oh, and best picture. >> there's quite a few. "the big short." "bridge of spies." which we love. "brooklyn." "the revenant" and you can have
>> that's a lot of nominations. >> some sad news, right? i didn't hear about this last night. it must have just been reported. >> allen rickman has passed away. only 69 years old. just like david bowie. >> you're right. >> a couple of days ago. >> from dancer ercancer as well. >> he's best known as professor from harry potter. i remember him from "love actually." >> your favorite movie. >> he kind of plays this guy who's cheating on his wife and tries to sneak around. >> is that mr. bean? >> yes, mr. bean is wrapping his present. and he's buying it for his mistress and he's worried his wife is going to show up. anyway. >> then he deserves to get caught. all right, so ellen pranked matt yet again. >> it's already starting because it was heating up when matt wore those high heels. this one involves a special present that ellen gave to matt to take to the white house. >> just this past tuesday.
white house to interview the president. i said, could you do me a favor and sneak an ellen pencil in to the president's desk? and he didn't know that i was going to give him a giant -- after he said yes, i handed him that. i didn't think he'd do it but look at this. >> everybody who's playing a part in that growth and everybody sharing and contributing to that success. so with that, let me sign this memorandum. thank you very much everybody. >> that is just genius. how do they do that? >> they do everything. >> when's the jimmy fallon pranking going to start? >> i don't know. >> that's going to be a good one. >> i just hope he doesn't get hurt in the process. he's been hurt so much lately. powerball frenzy i'm glad is over. the largest ever lottery jackpot. >> there were three winning tickets sold. that means they have to divvy up that --
>> they were sold in chino hills, california, mumford, tennessee, and in florida. meerp are the number. here are the numbers again. 8, 27, 34, 4, 19 and a powerball of 10. i bet you if 34 had been 30, i bet you there would have been like 40 winners because they're all colealendar days. most people when they pick their favorite numbers pick something from the calendar go their birthday or anniversary. most people don't pick that as a number. >> why not? >> because you remember dates, like, it's my anniversary. >> what if you've been married for 55 years? then you would put 55, wouldn't you? i'm just trying to follow your logic through, sorry. everybody's nodding. never mind. all right this is interesting. >> what? >> i was kicked out of the brownies so i never made it to the girl scouts but have you seen the digital girl scout cookie sales popping up in your facebook feed?
door or set up little stands. sometimes the parents help. but this they think -- one blogger doesn't love this. now it seems like the kids miss out they're saying on skills like how to be approachable, how to be friendly and gracious. >> also actually accomplish something and know that you personally did it. >> right. >> that's huge. >> and rejection to your face. that's good to experience. >> can't have enough of that. all right. okay. so this is their advice. your kids can post their own video asking people to buy cookies. kids can send thank you notes with the cookies. although parents and girl scouts may assist, it is the girl who should make the sale. >> often you get, you know, at work, this has happened every place i ever work, people bring in the sheet and they say, hey, my daughter's -- can you just -- and i'm glad because sometimes people aren't knocking on every single door. >> we have a friend who shall remain nameless. her daughter said, mom, you're taking away all the fun. >> oh, by taking the list to work? >> yes, yes.
whenever there's a stand don't care if it's girl scout cookies or lemonade, always stop and buy something. it's cool. they're sitting there, they're trying. >> the worst thing is when you're really, really late and you can't, you got to go by. what can you do? >> nothing. >> i'm trying to stall so i don't hear your i-hoda. >> it's a boy band. for some reason, it's come on in the gym every day for like the past couple of weeks. here it is. it's "perfect" by one direction. 1d, baby. knight in shining armor i might never be the one who brings you flowers but i can't be the one be the one tonight when i first saw you from across the room i could tell that you were curious oh yeah
what you're looking for >> here comes the chorus, everybody. >> can't get to that fast enough. trouble up in hotel rooms if you like having secret little rendezvous if you like to do the things you know that we shouldn't do then baby i'm perfect >> oh, great. baby i'm perfect for you >> okay, hoda. >> you like it? >> no. i want those guys all staying away from my daughter, that's what i want. shoot. >> you can listen to us on sirius xm. >> okay, so you weren't lucky enough to hit last night's jackpot. >> who cares, we're going to figure out other ways for your finances. >> and ambush makeovers. hey, remember the game when i set the rookie passing record? i mean, you only mentioned what, 50 times...
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it's a chilly thirsty thursday so let's heat things up with ambush makeover. >> our amazing glam team has been hard at work giving two ladies from our plaza a brand-new look. >> say hello to "today" show contributor and celebrity hairstylist to the stars -- louis licari, la, la, la >> and jill martin. >> you looked for short hair, huh? >> the crowd was limited to be honest with you because it was so, so cold. we found short haired women so we thought why not show how short hair can be so sleek and stylish. >> love it. >> susan cox is our first lucky lady. she works as an accountant for the university of maryland. she's been wearing her hair short for more than 30 years. she wants a new look. the ambush was her husband's idea. he wanted her to have something special because after she gave him an amazing gift, she donated
could get a new one. let's take a listen. >> jim, your wife gave you an unbelievable gift and you came here saying please give her one from me. >> right. and november, she donated a kidney to me. and been recovering since. this is our week in new york to celebrate. >> oh, i'm so happy that we can give this to you. so how do you feel? >> oh, wonderful. i feel like crying right now. it's so good. he's been a wonderful husband and this is just an extra little treat for me. >> we'll take care of you. >> oh, there's that wonderful husband right there. husband jim is here. cousin ken came too. >> cousin ken, nice to see you. >> all right, guys, please keep your blindfolds on for just a second. here is susan cox before. all right, susan, let's see the new you. wow. oh, wow. all right. let's do it.
your blindfolds. >> who is that? >> are you ready, susan? >> i'm ready. >> spin right around, lady in leather. oh, my gosh, wow. >> you look great. >> very much a nice wonderful >> wow. >> why don't you peek right there at that camera? >> for that first step, of course the haircut. she had short hair so whenever you have short hair, there's not as much to work with, but he could still shape it into this sleek style that is wash and wear. and painted on a few highlights just to give it a little more zingy. >> i like it. >> and she looks so pretty. >> look at jim, jim can't speak. jim what do you think? >> she looks fabulous. >> jill, that leather. >> is it clara? >> yes. with the roushing. it's just an interesting twist
>> that's washable, by the way. >> oh, is it? oh, wonderful. >> nydj jeans. it's nice to have a pair that's sort of a dressed up version. >> a big round of applause for susan. join your husband, cousin ken. >> our next lady is p.j. miller. she's going to be 56 years old tomorrow. she's from denville, new jersey. she works as a director for a sunday school. her son and husband are traveling so she's having a girl's week end with her daughter. she says she needs a little pick me up. she hasn't had her haircut professionally in almost a year and she's been cutting it herself. okay, let's hear her story. >> p.j., that jumping was something else. still jumping. you're excited. >> very much so. this is the second time i've tried. six years ago, and i didn't get picked, but today. >> i know you're super excited. >> i'm so excited. she totally deserves this. she's the best mom ever. >> how sweet is that? >> she is here with that very
over there. let's take one last look at p.j. miller before and bring the new p.j. out. come on. >> wow. oh, wow! yeah! >> tina, take a deep breath and do it. >> okay. >> okay. >> oh, my gosh! so pretty! don't cry, you're going to ruin your makeup. >> we've got kleenex if you need it. just dab, don't wipe. you want to look at yourself, t.j.? >> do i? >> yes, you do. >> who is she? >> we're going to get you -- >> thank you. >> just dab, hobby. >> you look gorgeous. >> you need some? >> yes, you do. >> again, the big lesson here is you don't need a lot of hair to make a change of style. again, shaped it, moved it around, used his fingers, used a little bit of product. the end result is incredible. then, she had it, believe it or
top because she had a few blonde streaks. so i said go with the natural birth mark and put more blonde in her hair. and then of course enid, she just put it all together, she always does. >> and the dress? >> doesn't she look so pretty? that figure. the dress is new by shoni. with the exposed zipper which you'll see on a lot of dresses. >> that has the tummy tucks. >> built in. >> you also have a great walk. very confident walk. very nice. let's bring susan out too. congrats to both of our ladies. >> that was great. >> all right, lost the lottery, now what. >> some advice after this. at hillshire farm, spice is the spice of life. that's why our craftsmen season every sausage perfectly. so you can coax out great flavor effortlessly. hillshire farm. because it's worth doing right.
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you walk, see it and buy it. you want it. >> first of all, don't go by there. don't walk around. stay off the computer. >> we actually spend $200 on average per month on impulse shopping. >> oh, you're kidding. >> that adds up at the end of the year. >> stick to your list. if you commit to doing that, $2,400 itself that's enough to take a pretty nice vacation for two. >> or pay down the debt. >> if you happen to save some money what should we do with that? >> we really need to be investing. the stock market can be scary. people only need 10% of their income to go towards cash each month. you really want to put the rest of it towards the stock market, towards your 401k. right now people have 20% or more in cash. that's quite a lot. it's not going to help you develop wealth in the long run. >> when you see the dow lately, it's hard. >> you panic. >> i understand, but it's the number one way to build wealth over the long run. better than cash really. >> all right, , u say buy less and furor eror eror -- fewer things and go more places or experience more things. >> this one's exciting, right? so the number one new year's
enjoy life to the fullest. research shows that if we're spending money on experiences, could be dine being out, it could be a great trip somewhere, we're so much happier. >> we get memories as opposed to the new sweater that ends up in the closet anyway. which hoda can't find. >> which is probably in a pile. you say this is a good time to ask for a raise or get a new job? >> yes, only 8% of americans are happy with their income. but the job market is better than we've seen in recent years so it's a great time to ask and 3 out of 4 people who ask do get a raise. >> i was surprised by that. 3 out of 4 actually will get it. at least a portion of it, right? something. >> it's worth a try. >> thank you very much. >> we appreciate it. everyone has a story, and this is about a family and long lost love that has come full circle. >> plus a little spice makes everything nice.
we're back on this thirsty thursday. we're exactly two weeks into the year. which means this is the time some people start cheating on their diet resolution. >> our "today" food team has come to the rescue with a healthy meal that's so good you feel like you're cheating. here to share with us her lighter version of the dish. >> oh, you did so well with my last name today. >> is it marcella? >> marcella. >> good. >> slap the chicken. i'm going to cook it for you guys. you asked me a good question about chicken. we've got a five-pound chicken. i'm going to sneak. using the wooden spoon, i'm going to separate the skin from the flesh and then i'm going to sneak some fresh jalapenos that i thinly sliced. >> right under there? what does that do? >> it not only adds flavor and spice, when you're cooking the chicken it protects it from the heat so you're creating a
>> all the way down? >> the more you can get in there, the better. then we just season the chicken. we're going to add some herbs. we've got some oregano. either cilantro or parsley will work. i like to stick whole limes in there. >> you cut it in half
and stick it in? >> the juices are going to seep into the chicken. a couple of garlic cloves and that's it. >> not much prep really. >> not really. and then to season it, congress not oil, one of the healthier fats. then brush that on there. and salt and pepper. that's your seasoning for the chick sgln chicke y leaving a lot of this hangin out. is that all right? >> that's okay. you're going to put it in the pan over some butternut squash also lightly the seasoned with a little bit of coconut oil. >> we're doing that when it's raw? >> everything's in one dish. nice and heavy cast iron. >> so you put that in the oven?
for about an hour and 20 minutes. >> 475? >> that's the thing, you're going to get this beautiful crispy skin. when it hits 160, that chicken is ready. >> what are we making? >> we're making tocke gin tacos. you've got this beautiful flavorful chicken. you see the jalapenos, they cook down so they're not so spicy. now we're going to make tacos. you've got the onions, pickled jalapenos, limes, radishes, fresh tortillas, my nice and light refried beans which are cooked in coconut oil. >> i love refried beans. >> this version is healthy. the recipe is on your guy's website. so tacos. >> here's yours, kath. so you take chicken. >> if you're vegetarian, just add squash. >> no thank you. >> why would anyone do that?
fingers, we don't have enough time. >> we don't? >> well, maybe we do. >> no onions, how about jalapenos? >> no. >> radish? >> no. >> okay, your taco bar -- >>cy want the refried beans. >> scoop it out. >> a little bit. >> that would be -- >> how about this and this. and do you put any sauce on it or just like that? >> i actually make my own salsa so i find it perfectly acceptable if you go to the super market and get a nice pico de gallo. the fresh ones are usually much lower in the calories.
you need salsa. >> yes, you do. >> delicious, delicious. love it. recipe is on our website. today.com/food. >> they rekindled their romance. you won't believe what brought them together. >> everyone has a story.
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>> i was born on september 27, 1978. my birth parents were teenagers at the time and in the end my adoption. i was adopted by two wonderful parents. my adopted mom had lupus. she was a soldier and fought the disease as long as she could but it became too much for her to handle. she died in november 1989 when i was 11. life after my mom's death was difficult. for a time, it was just my dad and i. then eventually he remarried and we moved in with his his wife and her daughter. fast forward 20-plus years to a time when i had a son my own. i decided to embark on the journey to find my birth parents. when i reached out to the adoption agency, they told me my mom had left her contact information with them around the time i turned 18. i was ecstatic. i turned to the internet and within 20 minutes on facebook, i had a confirmed match. i knew the minute i saw her picture i found the right person. there was no mistaking the
our first phone conversation lasted for hours. but that was just the beginning. my birth mother was able to track down my birth father. they hadn't really spoken or had any contact since they were together as teenagers when i was born. my mom's husband had a pulmonary condition and unfortunately passed away. it was devastating to my mom. my birth father was in the process of separation and as time went on, my mom and dad rekindled the relationship they had when i was born. and then yes, you guessed it, they got back together. they recently even got married. it was completely surreal for all of us in the most amazing way possible. last year, my birth parents came out to east coast and got to meet my adopted dad for the very first time. it was an incredible and emotional day, one that i'll never forget. sometimes life comes full circle and gives you back more in return than you ever missed the first time around. >> wow. >> so patrick is here with us along with his birth parents stephanie and todd ripple.
>> this is crazy. >> hoda thinks it's like doing one of her "datelines." >> when you left your contact information after the birth of your son, did you ever -- i mean what was your intent when you left it do you think back then? i know you were just a teenager? >> i wanted to reconnect. >> you did? you knew that some day -- >> well, i was privileged to have a nurse in the hospital sneak me into a closet with my son before they took him away and let me spend a few minutes with him. and i told him one day i will see you again. >> oh, my gosh. >> and then -- and this relationship, so you guys were obviously teenage sweethearts. and then you lost contact altogether? like there was no communication between the two of you through the years? >> it was kind of a parental insistence there.
>> i was 17 and then 18 when i delivered. and from a very strict religious family. and it was forbidden that we continued our relationship. >> so were the sparks there when you remet? is that what happened? it's so funny. >> for me, it was like 35-plus years just disappeared. >> really? >> the same. >> and patrick, for you, were you thinking, this is just surreal? >> it really was. i mean, i started the whole process in my head, hopes but no expectations. i knew i may not even find them or, you know, may contact them and it wouldn't go any further than that. >> maybe they wouldn't even want to be found. >> right. so each surprise along the way has just added to, you know, the whole i went from one side of, you know, realistically knowing i may not ever find them to
just been one complete surprise after another. >> i'm just curious, how was that first hug with your mom? >> well, it was the picture right there when we were in the airport. >> what did it feel like? >> it was eerie how familiar it was. it felt like you had just said good-bye to someone and they were coming home, you know, when you found someone so -- >> wow. i hope we've done this amazing story justice with this song that david and i have written for you. it's -- singing it is a wonderful broadway performer, hunter ryan and stay with us and hear this song. right after this. do you know the secret to a happy home in these modern times? it's a housewife who's in control of the finances. actually, any wife, husband, or human person can use progressive's name your price tool to take control of their budget. and while the men do the hard work of making money, she can get all the car insurance options her little heart desires. or the women might do the hard work of making money.
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cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
who then found his birth father and stephanie and todd who were both single, rekindled their romance and got married. you can't write this stuff. >> so now it's time for you to hear the song that david friedman and i wrote just for you guys. it's called "full circle." and here to sing it is broadway performer hunter ryan who most recently starred in the show "once upon a mattress." everybody starts out pretty much the same we're born into this world and someone gives us a new but some of us move on to a different family only to return when we have the eyes to see we've come full circle
out a differenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenenen has a reason so they say so i found myself looking into someone else's eyes and much to my surprise that's when i realized i'd come full circle full circle full circle who knows where life will lead you full circle for those of us who need to come full circle everybody tries to plan out every day but we soon discover that god has a better way he guides us in each step that leads to where we started out so all that we can do is thank
we've come full circle so now each blessed morning as i begin my day i wonder where the road will lead and who i'll meet along the way and i smile as i remember the boy i used to be as i celebrate what it means to be a family that's come full circle full circle full circle i know where life can lead you full circle full circle for those of us who need to come full circle everybody starts out pretty much the same we're born into this world and
broadway's sensation hunter ryan hertlica. >> that was really good. >> what did you think of the song? >> amazing. i don't know how he does it so quickly and so expressively. i thought it was brilliant. >> yeah, it was. >> amazing. >> captured it, huh? >> definitely. >> so you're all in a good place now, right? you have another grandson, right? >> number nine. >> number nine. >> oh, my gosh. >> so we're going to give away a little something fun. of course we're here with the wonderful david duos right here. we know you guys don't always get to see each other because you're on the other side. first thing we're going to do, we're going to give you a little membership to ancestry.com so you can just check out all the knows. >> yeah. >> i just did it. >> are you related to them too? >> more surprises.
and don't get to see often other very often, we wanted to give you a fun night here in new york city. seth meyers, to see the show tonight. and then rockefeller center to dine at bar 65 at the rainbow room where you can eat, drink and enjoy spectacular views. >> you'll have a real new york night together. won't that be fun? >> that's amazing, thank you so much. >> thank you, guys. >> amazing story. what's going on, kids, everything good? >> coming out february 4th, amazon, music -- >> same, music. >> what are you up to, hoda? >> tomorrow, beauty items to stock up on. >> all righty, i guess that's about it. thanks so much for being with
we'll see you tomorro cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change.
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