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down and we are back with flakes even in our forecast. we will let you know when those will show up. all coming up in a little bit. >> the 88th academy awards are tonight. there's buzz over bold face names, big stars that could strike oscar gold for the first time. abc lauren lister is in hollywood with all the details. good morning lauren. >> tonight's oscars will be broadcast in 225 countries with potential to reach several hundred million people around the globe. and hollywood's big night starts here on the red carpet. >> a cgi bear. an martian, post apocalyptic warriors and wall street traders. a few of the characters facing off in tonight's academy award. nominated fms taking audience from a single room to the news room.
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soon to hollywood's biggest night. the scene has been a construction zone for days. the red carpet rolled out. the governor's ball after party getting decked out, too. we will find out which of these eight films were deemed the year's best. >> nobody has any idea who will win best picture. this is an unpredictable year. >> when it comes to best actor. >> it's definitely leo's year. there's no way he doesn't pick up a reward for his role in "the revenant". >> he has been nominated five times but yet to snag the coveted statue. >> the best actress has past win winners but brie larson snagged the screen actors guild and golden globe award. who wasn't nominated? a lack of diversity generating boy cots and hashtag oscars so white. they will wait to hear how chris
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>> chris rock as host as is his duty will mention it and will joke about it. >> presenters this year go beyond hollywood stars. they include vice president joe biden and awaiting guests, 1500 bottles of champagne and 16,000 square feet of red carpet. hollywood. >> now back to you. >> so aside from the excitement of who is going to win the academy awards. there is a ton of buzz of what those stars will be wearing. we have our own red carpet in the studio and joining us is the asheville-base designer charles joseph. we have two models now, ginger and amber. tell us about these designs. >> amber is wearing a lace bottice with rhinestones. what is special is it has the beautiful train overlay that is detachable. you can wear it to make an entrance into the party and take
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doesn't get in the way. and ginger is wearing a beautiful semi sheer gown with a silk sash. it is very elegant and understated and very sexy because you can almost see through it and underneath is a nude mini skirt so it's got a little bit of sex appeal with still being very tasteful. >> very nice. do you think we will see any of the elms of these designs onto red carpet tonight? i'm sure there will. there will be lots of glitz, lots of silk, lots of rhinestoneses. you will see many dresses that take from these. >> absolutely. i wish we had some paparazzi here for you girls this morning. you look fabulous. thank you, charles. we will bring back all the models in the next half hour. joins four that. >> in today's facebook feedback fitting with the oscar theme, we want to know what is your favorite movie and why. we will share some of your
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and while you are on the facebook page, get the early bird give away. go to facebookkot/.com/news13. >> bernie sanders says the democratic campaign is not over yet. they are looking at south carolina results as an indicator of how clinton may fair across multiple southern contents on super tuesday. exit polls indicated african-americans counted for six in 10 in south carolina. they will be key in southern super tuesday states like georgia, arkansas, alabama and virginia. sanders spent primary day away from the palmetto state first in texas and minnesota. >> america has never stopped being great. [cheers and applause] >> but we do need to make
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>> i congratulate secretary clinton on the victory. tuesday over 800 delegates are at stake and we intend to win many, many of them. >> but clinton -- >> stick with news 13. we had a crew in south carolina as the results came in and we will continue our coverage in the next half hour. >> the candidates for the gop nomination continue to hit the campaign trail. all of them in super tuesday states. donald trump joined forces in arkansas with formal rival chris christy. christie just endorsing trump earlier this week. marco rubio campaigned in alabama, ted cruz in arkansas. dr. ben carson was in texas. john kasich was in tennessee. >> we have new information this morning on a virginia police officer killed last night. the prince william county police department say ashley was shot respond to go a domestic-related shooting. she had just been sworn into the department on friday. two other officers were shot and wounded.
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connection to that incident. local media reports one person has been taken into custody. >> salt lake city police are investigating an officer-involved shooting. it happened late last night but making headlines this morning. according to the salt lake city tribune a teenager was shot late saturday. officers intervened in an altercation and shots were fired. authorities say two officers were involved in the incident. no word on the condition of the victim. >> family and friends say good-bye this weekend to five of the six victims killed in the kalamazoo, michigan shooting. a memorial service for mary lou was held yesterday. one of four people killed at a cracker parking lot. the former uber driver is charged with six counts of murder. >> the drug lord joakim guzman known as el chapo is ready to plead guilty in the u.s. on one
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he wants to be transferred to a medium security prison in the u.s. he has escaped twice from maximum security facilities in mexico. his attorney says the guards at his current mexico jail won't let him sleep, waking him up regularly to confirm's still there. >> doing their jobs, obviously. >> after escaping twice? that's probably one of the only ways you can make sure he's still there. >> i think so. zack, so gorgeous day outside yesterday with all the sunshine, but it was a little chilly. today, no. >> it will be spring like maybe late spring. we are talking the 70s in some locations. it will be warm to say the least and dry, but things will be changing as we head into the workweek. i will let you know when the
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>> good sunday morning folks. a very clear start to the day. not a cloud in the sky. that is going to be the trend all day long for the second half of the weekend. lit continue as we make our way into the evening hours, overnight, but we will start to see things shift in the forecast ever so slightly bringing us into the commute tomorrow morning. we will get to that in a moment a bit of a chill in the air. let's go further north. newland 35 degrees and things will warm up quickly with lots of sunshine on the way.
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this morning. high pressure will be the dominant factor but as we head overnight bringing us into tomorrow morning, we've been tracking this area of low pressure with a sweeping cold front that will increase our rain chances and it will be seen by 6:00, 7:00 tomorrow morning. these are going to be spotty to say the least, but we could see more rain on the way as we head through the rest of the upcoming workweek. let's bring you down to the hour by hour forecast. nothing to speak of in terms of activity. keeping things on the dry side. very mild. we are warmer than what we saw yesterday and a little more calm. yesterday we saw some winds blowing around by 10 miles per hour. that can't be ruled out, but i don't think the gusts are going to be as windy as with what we saw yesterday. heading overnight, tomorrow morning, you will start to see the northwesterly flow bringing in the precipitation. for those west of i-26 for the commute. this is tomorrow morning at 6:00 a.m. watch what happens as we go to 9:00, 10:00 in the morning.
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up and the front is moving off to the east. by lunch time, still cloud cover overhead and we will clear things out and temperatures will rival today, tomorrow. a little accumulation. some areas could see .1 of an inch along the carolina, tennessee border. that's some of the higher elevations. get outside and enjoy today. 64 degrees. far above our average for this time of year. for those in the upstate closer to the 70 degree mark. i think today will be the warmest of the next seven. we will continue to decrease our temperatures ever so slightly monday and tuesday. hardest-hitting rain showers tuesday and wednesday and yes, we may mix in a few flakes on the way by the end of the week but that system will push off by the weekend. >> tonight is the night. the academy awards save the two biggest categories for the last. who will win honor of best picture?
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on who can expect to take home the gold. >> best director, this is an interesting category. >> it is. >> i think -- i think the director for mad max has a great shot. >> and he directed the first one. >> yes, to be this far in his career and have a movie this fresh. it's up for almost every technical award. >> no shot for adam mackay in "the big short"? >> >>. and the best picture. what is your favorite movie and who do you think will win?
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which is nominated in original song category. that's not to be found here, but "the revenant" was my third favorite and i think it has a great shot. it's the same group that won last year for "birdman" and because of that i think "spotlight" has a good shot. i think spotlight says a lot about the history. >> because it has the history in it? >> it is a little quieter, more of an underdog but i think the academy will be happy with giving it another shot >> there you go. thank you for joining us. the oscars are on later on tonight. tonight.
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a salmon oscar that pai >> welcome back folks. a bit afterchill but calm winds and plenty of sunshine will warm things up and in a big way. the sunrise is official at 7:02 this morning. 27 degrees in asheville. but yes, things will be warming up quickly.
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greenville. greenville. >> it is a welcome breeze. not going to be near the 77 but in the mid-60s this afternoon. some locations closer to the 70 degrees mark in south carolina. >> chef bruce brown of fabulous foods in marion. >> in the carolina kitchen. we are making a samlmon oscar. fits in with the oscar sunday theme of course. earlier we had a cremini mushroom pasta and now we are getting to the salmon. >> i have a nice sauce with crab and a little horseradish and asparagus tips in it and here i have three to four ounce salmon plates. i got the pan hot. put a couple tablespoons of olive oil in it and put them in. >> how do you season them? >> a little bit of salt and black pepper. that's all you need on salmon for something like this. maybe a minute to two minutes on
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you don't want to overcook it. it is a thinner slice so it doesn't take that long but the key is you want to keep it moist. you want to keep it good tasting, once we turn it over i will add about two tablespoons of butter to the pan. let it melt and then use a spoon to baste. the liquid -- >> the butter and the oil? >> with the butter and the oil. >> and once we put it on the plate you top it off with the warm sauce. you wouldn't believe how good this is. but the key is you have to start with good product first. you have to start with good salmon. a salmon fillet, no bones. >> and good olive oil, too. >> yes, good olive oil, too. >> if you have really good olive oil, it's so delicious.
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>> you need to use some safflour oil or something, don't use margarine instead of butter. i'd rather you leave the butter out and not use it at all. the sauce is what makes it oscar. the sauce is basically traditionally it is a little bit crab meat and asparagus, blanched asparagus on the top. >> to make the sauce. >> i make mine into the sauce. other chefs will put on a bearnaise or hollandaise sauce. it is easier to make if you make the sauce out of the whole thing. >> there you go. >> we will be back to taste this a little bit later. stick with us. show you a live look from the red carpet in hollywood.
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no barrier too big to break. >> a commanding victory for the former secretary of state hillary clinton yesterday in south carolina. she was predicted to beat bernie sanders by 25 points. instead won by almost 50 as you can see from the results on your screen. >> commanding is an understatement. >> i would say so. >> good morning, february 28th. oscar sunday. we have a big show for you. we've been talking about the oscars all morning and we have a fashion guru to go over some of the red carpet looks you will see. red carpet starts at 7:00 and oscar oscars start at 8:30. but until that point you want to go outside. >> it will be fantastic. that's going to be later on in the day so you need to probably go hiking, walk the dog. enjoy a beer on this nice day. it's going to be amazing out
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36 degrees right now. how long does it last because the rain showers will be approaching. i will let you know when and who will see them coming up. >> hillary clinton is waking up with a big win. it wipes the slate clean in south carolina after her loss there to president obama eight years ago. >> hillary clinton supporters packed the volleyball center at the university of south carolina saturday night waving signs, cheering and excited for hillary clinton to take one step closer to the nomination. >> as predicted, hillary clinton topped senator sanders. african-americans accounted for
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the biggest boost in this race. >> we are going to compete for every vote in every state. we are not taking anything and we are not taking anyone for granted. >> we were not feeling the burn in south carolina. forget what you heard. we were ready for this. i knew she was going to do it. i had it in my gut she was going to do it. >> still voters packed the volleyball center at the university of south carolina to celebrate their efforts and clinton grabbing more delegates as she heads into super tuesday next week. >> we've gone in four early states and as of tomorrow this campaign goes national. >> an average of the latest national polls shows sanders gaining on clinton. nonetheless she told supporters she's confident and relieved on the pathway to becoming the next presidential nominee. >> we don't need to make america great again.
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great. but we do need to make america whole again. >> her pathway to the nomination may be more clear next tuesday with 13 states voting. nearly 900 delegates up for grabs. as expected, hillary clinton grabbed the majority of the african-american vote here in south carolina. she got 84% of african-american votes. in columbia, news 13. >> bernie sanders did not come to south carolina on primary day. he's moving right on. he spoke in minnesota looking ahead to super tuesday after starting the day in texas. he said he drew 10,000 people in austin and thousands more at a second location. the size of those crowds prove his campaign is doing well. >> we are doing something very unusual. we are talking truth to the american people.
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not pleasant. >> he didn't even mention south carolina. he congratulated senator clinton. in minnesota he says he needs a high voter turnout to win. >> meanwhile, the candidates for the gop nomination continue to hit the campaign trail. all of them in super tuesday states. donald trump was with formal rival chris christy in arkansas following his endorsement of trump this week. marco rubio campaigned in alabama. ted cruz in arkansas. ben carson in texas, john kasich in tennessee. >> all new this morning the greenville county sheriff office needs your help finding a missing 12-year-old boy. john was hiking with his boy scout group and reported missing after a head count yesterday evening. will continue to search for the boy this morning. if you have seen him please contact the greenville county sheriff's office.
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critical condition after an accident yesterday afternoon. christopher love was driving more than 100 miles per hour when he was spotted by a deputy. love eventually lost control and slammed into a concrete wall. he was ejected from the vehicle before the deputy could catch up. he is charged with dwi and several other traffic violations. >> the deputies are investigating a bizarre theft case that happened at the home depot. james mayfield jr. stole a leaf blower and then returned it for store credit. he did it again with a different leaf blower a few days later. he is now charged with two counts of misdemeanor larceny and two counts of felony obtaining property by false pretense. >> all morning we've been preparing you for oscar sunday but the stars aren't all out in hollywood. we have fashion gurus right here. we have our own red carpet and
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designs so far. >> aren't they beautiful? we have our own stars in the studio on news 13. we have charles joseph, an asheville base designer. and charles, some of the looks we've been showing off throughout the morning. can we see any on the red carpet today, do you think? >> you will see similar gowns i'm sure on the red carpet today and lots of aspects from these as well. >> which ones in particular? we've got the sheer trend here, very beautiful. the ball gowns, gorgeous, the colors, the em bil -- embellishments. >> i think some of the standard gowns might be ball gowns. i think we are getting away from the mer -- mer maid dresses. you will see bead work and lots of silk and luxury. >> we can't wait for that. we can't wait to see your designs onto -- on the runway,
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if people want to check out your shows, what do they need to know? >> upcoming we have two fantastic shows where you can see local designers as well as myself. the charlotte scene fashion week show in charlotte and the second is work the runway, w-e-r-k. >> if you love fashion, those are two things to check out. you have nothing on hollywood. >> thanks, i hope we have an early bird get the win give away. we are giving away two $25 gift certificate toss the regal builtmore grand. we will announce both winners before 8:00. you have about 15 minutes to get into that contest. >> all right. zack, today is going to be a great day outside.
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>> it is a goregeous weekend. >> it will feel spring like guys. picture perfect. enjoy it while you can because the rain will return and yes, the word flakes is back in the forecast. i will let you know when the
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up after the break. >> good sunday morning. a gorgeous start to our day. paris mountain, 36 degrees for the moment. sunrise is official about a half hour ago and there might be a bit of a chill in the air but we will warm things up quickly with all of this sunshine and calm conditions. 27 degrees now in asheville. in brieyson city cooler spots. high temperature will dominate our region but we are tracking a cold front that will be sweeping across to eastern seaboard and bringing with it a little bit of rain. it will not be too impactful monday morning, it's tuesday and wednesday that we will see hard hitting rain in our region with a little accumulation. we will put it into motion and show you when and where we will tomorrow. as we go through lunch time
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we will go to 6:00 p.m., continuing with the minimal activity. not even a cloud in the sky. get outside and enjoy it. you want to go the hiking, the biking, walking around. maybe taking the dog for a walk. closer to 70s. down in the upstate and overnight you see the northwesterly flow ahead of the cold front. this is at 6:00 a.m. so right around our commute. those west of i-26 along the north carolina and tennessee border, you will see some of the spotty showers. watch what happens by 9:00 or 10:00 that system starting to break up and push off to the east. partly cloudy conditions by lunch time but in the afternoon hours we will bring back the sunshine. overall it's quick in terms of the rain but we will see more on the way tuesday and wednesday. accumulations, we are talking less than .1 of an inch on monday but we could see upward of an inch or higher in localized spots through wednesday afternoon. 64 degrees is the forecast in
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you can't beat it. you need to enjoy it while you can because the rain showers will mix in a little bit. breezy at times for those in the upstate but it's a welcome wind because we are at 9070 degrees in clemson. things are going to slide as we make our way into the rest of the workweek in terms of afternoon highs. back down to the afternoon 50s. tuesday and wednesday the hardest hit days for rain but we will mix in a wintery mix by the end of the week. by the weekend it's starting to clear out that system. >> going on the road is never easy in the acc especially when you have to play the number 3 ranked team in the country. that's what the tar heels had to do last night in virginia. they would show why they have one of the best team notice the nation saturday night.
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13 points. carolina trails. he tries to trap isaiah wilkins. marcum has 26. it was senior day yesterday in western carolina where the cats hosted furman men's basketball. >>the devon petterson drives into the lane. makes a nice pass to doorian that lead the way for western. and a big litter, long distance for three of his 11 points. western carolina wins. they face either firman saturday march 5th in asheville. >> the unc asheville women's
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victoria hits the triple and brenda and the bulldogs are down by two. weaver does some work up and under for the bucket off the glass. then later, victoria major hits three of her 18 points but it would not be enough as asheville falls to campbell. the bulldogs and liberty are tied for first place. >> kyle busch in atlanta. he would take advantage of the starting position because on the final lap he crosses the line first. the nascar sprint cup series will compete in atlanta at 1:00.
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>> 7:47. time for the ask the vet segment from the pet hospital. good morning, doc. good to have you here on the sunday edition. we have their dog's names. henderson county reported an increase in distemper in wild animals. it does come to us from candice w and what symptoms would they have? >> is it a viral infection. it can infect dogs, foxes, coyotes, wolves as well as skunks, ferrets and raccoons. it is spread through aerosol droplets and can get it through dropping of body fluids and raccoon droppings.
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respiratory symptoms. runny eyes and nose. then it goes to muscle tremors, paralysis. >> it could be deadly. >> very highly fatal and seizures. it could affect the hard thickening in the nose and pads on the paws. there aren't any specific treatments for the virus but highly effective vaccines. >> sound like somebody has a virus. >> sound like it. it is important to make sure you get your puppies vaccinated. >> there is a vaccination? >> yes. it is related to the measles virus to people but not contagious to people. and there is a feline distemper that is a different virus but it could also affect raccoons. >> second one is -- from eliza, this is why does my cat knock stuff off the table.
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>> yea. there's a couple of reasons for that. one, cats are curious by nature. so learning, exploring. behavior that they will do that. the second reason is they are bored. they have nothing better to do so get out the cat toys. get some new cat toys and play with the cat and it will help dissuade that behavior. >> i think they like messing with us. >> i think so, too. >> we have a brother and sister pair of so 10 month old cats. brother eats everything even table food and sister does too but more particular about can food. >> cats are very good at masking symptoms. there may be something wrong with her. she could have dental issues, parasites. there could be medical reasons why she's not eating. the first thought is have her checked out by the veterinarian to make sure nothing is wrong with her. if there isn't you can try different foods. good idea to put the old food out with the new food.
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probably will ignore that, too. but if she has a choice she will likely eat the new. >> thanks a lot. sent the questions to news@wlos.com. time 7:50. let's look at today's mind teaser.
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the name of the only silent >> 7:52. the answer to today's teaser. >> the answer is "wing." 1969. apparently bruce got that. which one is mostly styling, it does cloud a sound track with sound affects and music.
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immediate sleddog teams and annual festival featuring dog sled demos, canine demos, breakfast and more. >> downtown marshall winds, the downtown mardi gras with tooba skinny. a wide range of musical instruments. the concert runs from 4:00 to 7:00 at madison county art center. tickets is $11. >> today is the last day to catch the theatre performance of "twilight." talk back held after the performance. tickets $12. $10 for seniors, $7 for student students. >> for more information go to web web -- wlos.com and click the community tab. >> we have two winners in the
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>> evelyn and cay. >> and you are the early birds. >> and the worm. >> we will email you ladies how to claim your prize. congratulations. >> today we are tasting the salmon oscar with the cremini mushroom pasta and bruce brought in some of his famous cheesecake as well. >> i missed evan's birthday yesterday so i thought you needed is to go sweeten you up. >> we have the whole crew here, too. >> you obviously know doc, bruce, hope and -- zack let's get a final look outside. >> spring like temperature today. showers return tomorrow morning but clear conditions monday afternoon. the real rain going to be coming as we head into tuesday and wednesday. >> with temperatures like that
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let me see if i can taste some of this food here, bruce. i want to taste this salmon oscar. >> i want to fix up a plate plate for zack. i can hear his stomach grumbling. >> that is fantastic. >> have a great day. oscar coverage red carpet starts
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good morning, america. >> thank you so much, south carolina. >> she's now got major momentum heading into super tuesday. can bernie bounce back? as the republican mudslinging gets even nastier. >> he's flying around on hair force one. >> little mouth on him, bing, bing, bing. bing, bing, bing. >> all the headlines from an amazing race. breaking overnight -- in the line of duty, a police officer in virginia shot and killed on her first day on the job. two other officers wounded.
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seemingly routine call? fantastic finish. >> bang, bang, oh, what a shot from curry! >> steph curry's night for the record books, shrugging off an injured ankle, sinking 12 three-pointers, including an amazing buzzer beater. is this the best game of the season? and countdown to oscar. we're live on the red carpet as hollywood gets set to honor its best. who can pull off an upset? >> and the award goes to -- >> "spotlight." >> and that awards show overnight. will you be tweaking your oscar picks now? >> let's do this. >> and host chris rock keeping everyone guessing how he'll handle oscars so white. and the red carpet looks, who will go bold? we're live at the oscars with everything you need to know for hollywood's biggest night. good morning, america.

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