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good morning, america. playing the trump card. the presidential candidates bombshell endorsement, a former foe signing on. >> there is no better fighter than donald trump. >> now double-teaming marco rubio. >> he was putting on makeup with a trowel. >> rubio taking his own swipes. >> he was having a meltdown. >> the latest twists and turns and predictions for today's democratic primary in south carolina as we head into a crucial super tuesday. zika alert. the cdc's startling report. the american pregnant women who outbreaks. plus, the new travel advice from
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our dr. besser tells you what you need to know. opening up, the superstar jennifer garner talking for the first time about her breakup with ben affleck. ex. did ben's alleged affair with the nanny truly end their marriage? countdown to the oscars. your backstage pass to the surprises. right now the red carpet is covered in plastic but that will soon change. >> the big reveals from the producers, presenters going animated, excitement bubbling the biggest night of the year. and good morning on a weekend with two big stories brewing. first we're counting down to the oscars which will air on abc. the red carpet being rolled out.
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only to us. hainesy will be covering that. >> the oscars will be right here on abc. over and over. before they hand out the statues they'll award delegates in south carolina. morning in what hillary clinton hopes will be a decisive win. >> meanwhile, the bombshell endorsement reverberating. trump. >> this alliance raising all kinds of questions. will it give trump unstoppable momentum heading into super tuesday. what does it mean for a supposedly surging marco rubio. we start our coverage with abc's mary bruce right in washington. hi, mary. >> hi, paula, good morning. this is a potential game changer in this roller coaster campaign, donald trump getting his first major endorsement from a card carrying member of the republican establishment just as
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his former rival showed up un unannounced and dropped a bombshell on donald trump's campaign. >> we'll have a first class president in donald trump. >> reporter: chris christie is lending his credibility to trump's runaway campaign. >> i can guarantee you that the one person that hillary and bill clinton do not want to see on that stage come next september is donald trump. >> reporter: they weren't always so friendly. >> we'll do it. i'll get it done because i make deals and i get deals and i'm doing deals. >> reporter: united christie and trump are taking aim at a common enemy, marco rubio. >> desperate people in campaigns flail pumps in the last days of a losing campaign. >> reporter: after rubio let trump have it. >> if he hadn't inherited $200 million he would be selling watches -- >> no, no, no. >> reporter: then mocked trump for his spelling mistakes on twitter.
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hoochlt e-i-g-h-t. great hoener. the "e" and "o" are nowhere near each other. as for a full length mirror. the podium goes up to here. he wanted a full length mirror. maybe to make sure his pants weren't wet. >> you had to see him backstage. he was putting on makeup with a trowel. >> reporter: and trump doing his best impression of rubio drinking water. >> it's rubio. >> reporter: but rubio seems to be rather unimpressed with trump's big endorsement saying he probably called christie because he needed a life line after that bruising debate. at least on twitter there are signs of opposition growing against the front-runner. the #nevertrump has been trending for the last ten hours. dan. >> all part of the elevated discourse of american politics this morning. mary bruce, thank you. for more let's bring in abc news
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is in austin, texas, this morning. how big a deal is this christie endorsement? does it actually matter? >> well, endorsements don't usually matter and especially in presidential contexts but i think in this case it won't add support to donald trump, i think what it does in the aftermath, it solidifies his support going into sum tuesday. so in that way since he's leading most of the polls in nearly every state, his support solidifies and not bleeding off to marco rubio or somebody else is a help that christie could provide. >> what's in it for christie? why would he do this? >> well, i mean obviously that's a question. i'm a person that assumes the good intention in the course of in that there's not some nefarious thing that somebody's finagled some endorsements a certain way and a couple of thing, first, is chris christie and donald trump have had a personal relationship. one does a lot of development in new jersey, one the governor there and had a personal relationship and, two, chris christie has come to the
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his mind will be the gop nominee. so why not get on board now and at a critical moment for donald trump going into super tuesday and who knows what that might get him in the course of the campaign. if donald trump was to win the white house, so i think that's the equation he did. >> meanwhile, marco rubio really tearing into donald trump. do you think this helps or hurts him? >> well, as you listen to this it's like a 10-year-old insult contest between the two of them. i actually think -- i think marco rubio can criticize donald trump and attack him on substantive things. i think when he tries to out2ru6r7 trump that's a problem for marco rubio. keep in mind for a year marco rubio has ron on the non nonattacking aspirational candidate and now in the course of 48 hours he's tried to become some version of trump. i don't think that's necessarily a benefit to him going into super tuesday. >> a big turnaround. matthew dowd, we love having your analysis. thank you. paula, over to you. >> things much calmer in the
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today's south carolina primary, hillary clinton's predicted to easily best bernie sanders. a win gives her momentum heading into their big super tuesday showdown and abc's david wright will give us that side of the story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, paula. the polls are open here in the palmetto state and even at this hour, a slight crowd is gathering. democrats only today the republicans had their south carolina primary last week and as you say, hillary clinton has a huge advantage here. >> how are you? >> reporter: in her last few campaign stops here hillary clinton was already looking ahead to the general election. >> i don't know who they're going to end up nominating. it'll be entertaining, that's for sure. >> reporter: ignoring the fact that just outside the orangeburg fish fry her democratic rival was waiting for her to finish. >> feeling great. >> reporter: african-americans make up more than half the democratic electorate here. >> wake up, south carolina.
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has a new radio ad featuring director spike lee. >> and when bernie gets in the white house he will do the right thing. >> reporter: clinton's south carolina ads feature morgan freeman. >> like she's always stood with us. >> reporter: recent polls show clinton crushing sanders 2-1 among black voters giving her a huge boost here but still trying to win over young voters and one campaign stop yesterday, clinton ran into a bachelor party and stopped to pose for a photo with all the groomsmen. >> i love having men at my feet. here. >> reporter: win or lose today, there's one man show wasn't have at her feet, bernie sanders insists he plans to stay in the race all the way to california. imagining the day when you're on that stage with donald trump, what do you say to him? him down? >> why would i tell you? he's probably watching your show. >> reporter: the polls are open today till 7:00 p.m.
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and the sanders' campaign looking forward to tuesday and hoping some big wins there will keep them in the race, paula. >> all right, david. we want to thank you. the conversation continues tomorrow on "this week" and super tuesday just a couple of days. the abc news division will be out in full force, george stephanopoulos will lead our team for a prime time special at 10:00 eastern and full coverage on "good morning america" as well as "world news tonight." and we do want to move on to the new zika virus alert. the cdc has just confirmed another round of pregnant women here in the u.s. contracted zika while traveling. our chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser is here to explain. rich, good morning to you. first and foremost in this new report we have nine new cases of pregnant women here in the u.s. what were those findings? >> yeah, so they're keeping a registry of all pregnant women who have been infected so we can learn more. what they found was two women had miscarriage, two had abortions and in one the
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one baby born with micro selfie. two healthy babies and two still pregnant. gives more evidence zika could be cautioning this. all had symptoms. it doesn't tell us whether if you don't have simms and get infected there's a problem and doesn't tell us whether the first trimester is the riskiest but it's pointing in that direction. >> we don't know how they transmitted it but traveled to countries where zika was transmitted. the cdc also issued a report to those considering traveling to brazil for the summer olympics. >> yes. >> what is their cautionary tale. >> the same travel recommendations they've been making and say pregnant women should not go to the olympics. if you have to go or you're insisting on going, make sure you do everything you can to prevent mosquito bites. if your male partner goes for the rest of the pregnancy you have to prevent sexual transmission and any woman trying to get pregnant should talk to her doctor before going to the olympics. >> thanks for joining us, appreciate it. dan. >> thanks, guys.
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the gunman who went on that fatal shooting spree in kansas killing thee at a lawn mower factory where he worked learning more about a possible motive this morning and about the hero cop who put an end to the carnage. abc's eva pilgrim is on the scene there in hesston, kansas, eva, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. we are learning more about what trig i had that series of shootings that ended here in this rural kansas town and how the gunman a convicted felon was able to get his hands on those guns. almost 30 minutes of pure terror ending with the gunman marching into a kansas lawn mower factory and off-duty paramedic one of the first inside. >> it was chaos. i mean there were people screaming and yelling. there was, you know, people laying on the ground. >> reporter: the shooter, 38-year-old cedric ford an employee at the factory excel industries. investigators now revealing from the first shot ford fired inside
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minutes for cops to arrive. hesston police chief doug schroeder racing inside to gun battle. >> the only reason he stopped shooting is because that officer stopped the shooter. >> reporter: ford and three of his co-workers are dead. identified on friday as renee benjamin, brian sado youski and josh higby. at least 14 wounded. now we are learning that just 90 minutes before the rampage, ford was served at work with a restraining order to stay away from his ex-girlfriend who alleges he is in desperate need of medical and psychological help. another former girlfriend now behind bars accused of giving the ak-47 and glock pistol used in the shooting spree to ford. in court documents federal agents say when the couple broke up 28-year-old sara hopkins had police escort her to pick up the shared. the officer saying she knew the convicted felon could not lawfully possess them. then in august admitting she returned both guns because ford
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just one month later ford posting this video to his facebook page firing an ak-47. and posting pictures with the gun saying, "just doing my thing." hopkins has not yet entered a plea. if convicted she could face up to ten years in federal prison. dan and paula. >> eva, thank you. >> we want to move over to ron claiborne tracking all of the other stories that are happening around the globe right now, good morning, ron. >> good morning to you, paula, dan, sara, we begin overseas, a deadly car bombing thatting ared syria just hours after a cease-fire brought relative calm to that war-torn nation. this morning there are scattered reports of violence. the temporary truce, though, does appear to be for the most part holding. isis and al qaeda are part of that so the fight against them will continue. but russia says it will not carry out any air strikes today. almost 100 anti-government rebel groups have agreed to the temporary cease-fire. back in the u.s. a health
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ono. the 83-year-old was rushed to a new york city hospital friday afternoon after calling 911. it was initially reported that ono was suffering from a stroke or stroke-like symptoms but she was only suffering from dehydration and will likely be discharged from the hospital later today. good news there. the irs saying that the number of taxpayer accounts that were hacked last year was actually more than double what they initially reported. the agency has 700,000 accounts were hacked giving cyberthieves access to social security numbers, birth dates and other date that that could be used to file false tax returns. a former guantanamo detainee back in somalia calling for jihad. he released an audiotape promoting an uprising sentenced to 14 years detention but released from get mow in 2012 for cooperating with authorities.
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a frightening scene on a busy texas highway friday morning. an out-of-control dump truck plowing right through that intersection in austin, texas, causing a multicar accident. amazingly nobody was seriously hurt. the driver was on his way to deliver a load of gravel when that happened. and finally, music filled the white house as president obama joined in song with some of music's hottest stars. listen. hey hey ho ho hey hey ho ho hey hey ho ho >> leading a singalong in the tribute to the late great ray charles in the white house east room. the president said initially he would not sing but broke that promise for better or worse. >> for better. >> you think so? >> he has a great voice. >> a month of celebrations of pretty good voice. >> when he sang "amazing grace" it sounded beautiful.
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with a really serious face, i'm president even though i'm singing ray charles. thank you, ron. let's check the weather now. meteorologist indra petersons. >> how much do you love this? a melting snowman out towards minnesota. i think it says it all. temperatures are way above normal. talking like 20 degrees above normal all thanks to where the high pressure is. keep in mind winds go clockwise around that high, right, so if you are on the back side of this you're talking about all that warm air coming in out of the gulf and unfortunately if you're on the front side on the northeast that cool air is coming down from canada. the high will shift so first the chilly temperatures. northeast, you are feeling a little bit of that chill. windchills below freezing but it is changing. it's going to feel so good. look at this dome of high pressure bringing temperatures i good 20 degrees above normal into the midwest and plains. now once this high starts to shift over, then you're going to be looking at that same warm air moving into the northeast and that comes in tomorrow.
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the >> and it's going to be a good day for outdoor activity. starting off chilly. but we've seen the temperatures rise quite a bit in the last couple of hours and another 15 or so degrees to go in many locations for you. plenty of sunshine out there as you can see, the clouds overnight disappeared and for the most part, we've got a sunny day out there with a few clouds drifting in this afternoon. the breeze will pick up this afternoon as well. in general, we're between 30 to the north and high as upper 40 degrees in southern new hampshire through the day >> we're all talking about how cold it is. i hall pass. tomorrow's warm but i'll let you stay on the couch. >> a melting snowman is indescribably sad. >> no, cute. >> actually paula was saying the same thing. indra was like you're going to love this picture. >> a dying snowman. hilarious. >> i'm done. >> now we're going to the warmer coast. the countdown to oscar sunday,
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almost here and abc's kayna whitworth is in l.a. with some behind-the-scenes secrets about the big show. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, sara. good morning, the theme of the oscars we all dream in gold and you know that is how the stars will be sleeping but not oscar, the real star of the show. counting down the hours to the biggest night in hollywood. crews busy making the finishing touches. hoping to wow the eyes of several hundred million people around the globe, the oscars will be broadcast in 225 countries and many sending their own media representatives. >> the movies take you to another world, to another sphere of emotion. >> reporter: right now the red carpet is covered in plastic but that will soon change and it will be no easy task because it's 500 feet long, 33 feet wide. you can see it coming up a little bit right there. this will be clean so you'll have more than 16,000 square feet of glamour.
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oscars piper-heidsieck has 1500 bottles to pop, expecting to pour 9,000 glasses. fans will be treated to an epic animated open with musical score from legendary composer danny elfman. >> the producers elected to start after the opening montage with this kind of crazy animated thing. >> reporter: our lara spencer sat down with oscar producers david hill and reginald hudlin. >> when we sat down there were two things that happened pretty much instantly. we agreed chris rock should be the host and we agreed to bring the orchestra back into the theater. >> reporter: the duo enlisting the biggest names to go along with an even bigger production and got everyone from a sitting vice president joe biden to the most animated presenters. >> we were lucky enough to get the minions to present best short animation because who better to present best short animation. >> short and animated.
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presenting best animation. >> reporter: the producers say it's going to be hard to step away from the show because they stay tuned for all the surprises. so, keep an eye out when you're watching for all kinds of razzle-dazzle details if you will. for example, the champagne that the celebs will be drinking has all of these really cool details in these bottles like you can see oscars in this gold inlay so, dan and paula, we're not popping the bottles in the newsroom but you know they will do that come oscar sunday. >> we won't tell anybody in case you want to. that's an extraordinarily large -- >> i think they call it a magnum. >> you're right. you know what else about this, apparently you can take this off and it becomes a tiara just in case. >> kayna, on that one the beauty is really on the inside. >> drink it. >> absolutely. >> all right, kayna, now you can pop the cork, okay? >> you're off the air. >> thank you, paula, with your blessing.
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>> that's right. >> i've seen -- i don't know if i'm allowed to show it. you saw me a sneak pre1r50u of the dress. >> did you say yes to that dress. >> resounding yes. >> while he was reading the paper, uh-huh, yeah. >>ing looks good. >> i was half paying attention. >> i'm excited. i'll meet rob marciano. planned. >> that sounds like a dream sequence, a big day at the spa with -- >> rob will get a manicure and maybe a spray tan. >> he is surrendering his man card aired on abc tomorrow. the oscars will be right here on abc tomorrow night. it starts at 7:00 eastern. don't miss our big "gma" post-oscar party right here monday morning. coming up on the show this morning a husband under arrest accused of orchestrated a plot to kill his wife. she is a beloved doctor. very popular in the community. new developments in the case we've been following for some time now.
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>> now from wmur news 9, good morning, i'm amy coveno. a check on what's making news at this hour. this morning, friends, family and loved ones will say final
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mayor eileen foley, she passed away at age 97. her funeral begins at 10:00 this morning and it will roll through the city hall complex for a final farewell. despite thin ice, the organizers of the meredith fish derby say they'll hold it. they advise a life jacket, ice pick and safety rope and advise against using snowmobiles on the ice. . josh: absolutely. in the 30's going through the day. winds fairly calm and picking up. breezy going through the day today as well.
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now, the democrats heading to the polls in south carolina this morning. polls give hillary clinton a big edge with a strong lead among african-american voters, but bernie sanders is vowing to fight on no matter what happens. >> he's feeling the bern. and the gop still feeling shock waves after new jersey governor's chris christie's endorsement of donald trump tag-teaming marco rubio taking on trump days before super tuesday. oprah winfrey is losing a lot more than just inches off her waistline thanks to weight watchers. the media mogul is now $29
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account after weight watchers shares plunge to just $4.54 friday. that is a 29% drop. a lot of people did not see that coming. >> i think she views it as a long-term investment. she's got a ways to go there. coming up on the show, jennifer garner's truly amazing and candid interview about her breakup with ben affleck. what these sea saying about her original decision to marry him. first here a major new development in a case we've been following here on "gma." >> the husband of a doctor brutally murdered inside the couple's florida home has been arrested for her killing and police say one of the two other men doing time for the crime ratted him out for a shorter sentence and abc's kendis gibson has more. good morning, kendis. >> reporter: good morning. the south florida sheriff put it simply we got our man. the murdered doctor's husband was arrested overnight. police have been focused on him for several months.
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emotionless as he was taken to jail for allegedly planning the murder of his wife. >> no emotion there. i'm not 100% he has blood in his veins. it might be ice. >> reporter: they say he hired two men to break into the couple's florida home and kill the beloved doctor. one of the men arrested just after the murder, curtis wright now changing his plea to guilty and cooperating with the investigation accepting a sentence of 25 years just days before sievers was arrested. for that. >> reporter: according to police for months investigators have been poring through conversations between sievers and wright often using code words on disposal cell phones. >> these folks went to great lengths to cover their tracks. we had investigators in multiple states. >> reporter: mark sievers' attorney declining to comment but lawyers for wright telling abc news the alleged accomplice is deeply sorry for the pain and lifetime of suffering that he has caused and his decision to
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begin to answer many questions and bring close tour to the they may have had money problems. mark sievers had five different life insurance polls under his wife's name totaling more than $4 million. if convicted dan and paula he could get the death penalty. >> this is a woman who is beloved in that community. kendis, thank you. the weather now and over to indra once again. good morning. >> good morning, typically oscar weekend, california, you'd be talking about rain because february is the rainiest month but take a look. even though it is a strong el nino, notice the jet stream is further to the north. that is good news and means the carpet is expected to stay dry talking about a series of storms making their way in but none of them affecting the west coast far enough south out towards southern california so staying dry out there. keep in mind we will have a beautiful day in the middle of the country as well talking temperatures a good 20 degrees above normal. back to work it'll change again and another system kind of
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right now bringing a chance for rain and wintry mix staying out of the major cities tuesday into wednesday but watching for whether or not we see the threat for severe weather as we go through the south right around the middle of the week. >> that weather has been brought to you by the "y." oscar sunday, they are not talking about the red carpet. i worked in l.a. for years. let me tell you how close it was, everyone watching it carefully. no showers. happy campers, dry hair, no frizz. >> you don't want the hair frizz or an umbrella. >> or to stand out there for hours. >> mr. bright side cannot get over the dead snowman. you've really reminded him of
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coming up on "good morning america" jennifer garner baring her soul about a very traumatic point in her life, the breakup of her marriage.
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we're hearing from jennifer garner this morning. really opening up about one of the most painful chapters of her life. >> the actress giving an incredibly candid and truly heartbreaking interview on the breakup of her marriage and what it was like going through all of that in front of the spotlight and sara has that story for us. >> yeah, jennifer laughingly describes the time surrounding the end of her marriage to ben as a year of wine and now she's opening up about what she went through. >> jen. >> reporter: this morning jennifer garner speaking out for the first time about her high-profile divorce with ben affleck and how much it's affected her. the actress exclusively telling "vanity fair" it was a real marriage and it was a huge priority for me to stay in it and that did not work. despite the pain she says she has no regrets. i would go back and remake that decision, he's the love of my life. >> she's not talking about it in sound bites. she's not talking about it in
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she was very open and vulnerable she was very open and vulnerable and like this is real. >> yes. >> don't. >> reporter: the former hollywood power couple sharing their love on screen and off. >> i want to thank you for working on our marriage for ten christmases. there's no one i'd rather work with. >> reporter: in the interview garner opening up about her life with the "batman v superman" star. he's just a complicated guy. i always say when his sun shines on you, you feel it but when the sun is shining elsewhere, it's cold. he can cast quite a shadow. the 40-year-old stunningly frank about her former husband's alleged affair with the couple's nanny saying she had nothing to do with the divorce adding, bad judgment, yes. i have had to have conversations about the meaning of scandal. the mother of three says the former duo's kids are their top priority. i lost the dream of dancing with my husband at my daughter's wedding, but you should see their faces when he walks through the door.
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her children knowing how much they love him and it's just so pure, you know, she's going to do her best as their mother to keep that intact. >> jen also sharing a poignant moment when she was shooting a love scene in "wakefield" and realized she hasn't been kissed for over eight months. i have to say hearing all these different things how classy she is that she can love beyond herself with her children and hold on to the fact that that's always going to be her kids' daddy and i'm so impressed. i think character comes out in beautiful person. >> a strikingly honest. also really sad. >> yeah. >> there's so many people that are going through similar circumstances in situations and what a great example and role model of how you can do it with class. >> she says she hasn't been kissed in eight months. she will be kissed plenty. >> i will kiss her. >> so much more to come for that girl. >> i am a big fan. that streak won't last long, jen. >> thank you. coming up on "good morning
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of winning oscar tonight? predictions to help you collect on that office poll. dan is breaking it all down. >> uh-huh. >> go, dan. i am never getting married. never. psssssh. guaranteed. you picked a beautiful ring. we're never having kids. mmm-mmm. breathe. we are never moving to the suburbs. we are never getting one of those (minivan). we are never having another kid. i'm pregnant. i am never letting go. for all the nevers in life,
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t-minus one day till the oscars. still struggling with your picks, we brought in a ringer. "entertainment weekly" correspondent nina tahriro is here. where is the smart money. >> put your money on sylvester stallone for best supporting actor. he was just fantastic in "creed" and hollywood insiders are saying he's long overdue because he played the character in rocky almost -- >> got robbed. >> and best supporting actress,
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fantastic and i got to say hollywood loves honoring and ingenue. >> best actor. >> belongs to leonardo dicaprio. this is his year. he was absolutely fantastic in "the revenant" and honestly never won an oscar. can you believe it? his sixth nomination and that was golden for julianne moore last year. >> and best actress. >> best actress, brie larson, tremendous in "room" and she's been cleaning up left and right in award s s season. >> everybody is talking go her. the other two remaining category, best director. >> best director, i am rooting for alejandro inarritu. "the revenant." he shot entirely natural lighting and in subzero temperatures so i'm with him all the way and also if he wins, he'll be the third director in oscar history to win consecutive back-to-back ozs. >> last year was "birthman."
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>> "spotlight" and has all the ingredients of a best picture winner, great cast, tremendous performances and a grounding story about good overcoming evil. >> i got to tell you i completely agree. i thought "spotlight" was incredible and really reinforced my enthusiasm about being a reporter. incredible movie. >> i loved it. it was really great. nina, thank you. come back any time. appreciate it. reminder in case we haven't reminded you enough the oscars are live right here on abc tomorrow night starting with our red carpet show 7:00 eastern and don't miss our big "gma" post-oscar party right here monday morning and we'll be right back with somebody named sara haines and a little thing called "pop news." . the water. or power sources. it' s the people. american workers. they build world-class products. and that builds communities. and a better future.
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is a big deal. time for "pop news." i say we got to dress up for the oscars. sara haines, you going to be dressing up for the oscars? >> pregnancy doesn't make you want to dress up. i'm going to make sweatpants as hot as you don't even want to say. we are going to begin with the brain teaser everyone is talking about in the countdown to oscar sunday. can you spot the oscar statue among this crowd of cp3 os. loads summoning the force for this one. of course, the trick here is we try to do this one, try not or do not, there is no try? that's yoda. >> it was better earlier. >> it was better at break but if that doesn't work start looking for the non-3p0s and find oscar in the bottom right-hand corner. >> i found it at the very beginning. >> i was going to let you go all day like children. >> i'm still like leaning in. >> this is almost as satisfying as winning the real thing but
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>> and a boba fett if you look closely. there tote atly is. >> you're throwing out names to prove you're a geek. >> we don't need any more proof. >> what's next? >> of course, if you're thinking that puzzle could be a strange form of torture for leo dicaprio, don't worry i have that covered with these photos of him as a child model. i remember him from that. >> that is awesome. >> way back in 1990. long before he got mauled by a bear in "the revenant" he was a fresh-faced teen starring in "growing pains." >> i love "growing pains." >> and these showing up, the clean-cut adorable but kind of dorky look he had going on at the time. it worked out for him. come a long way and we're all rooting for him. >> he's got to win. >> nothing dorky about that. that combover looks good. >> i don't remember which character he was. >> he was a friend. he's not a regular. >> he wasn't a seaver.
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name. >> i'm with you on this one. >> indra was following it. when all with all the talk of the oscars it marks the most dishonorable award show, the razzies, unveiled tonight. some of the nominees may join a select group of stars like sandra bullock who won both an oscar and a razzie. she won it in 2010 for worst access in "all about steve." the next day her ego stepped up as she picked up an academy award for her work in "the blindside." " eddie redmayne is up for worst supporting actor for "jupiter ascending" and best actor for "the danish girl." other stars already inducted into the razzie oscar club include al pacino, ben affleck, halle berry. >> it shows range, doesn't it? your versatility. >> i feel like it almost -- >> yeah, bad to good.
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sometime, right? >> what did affleck win one for, is that "gigli." >> or "jersey girl." >> there's a few. >> we had a divorce spot on ben. let's let imgo for the day. a psa for stars with superstitions and lucky charms, "the hollywood reporter" crunched the numbers on the luckiest dress color and seems the oscar nominees should be opting for a white hot look. 25% of the past decade's winners wore white including last year's best actress winner julianne moore. the second luckiest hue is blue as worn by lupita nyong'o when she picked up the best supporting actress award for "12 years a slave." if in doubt wear gold like oscar. not as popular as white and blue statistically it's a great choice with half of the nominees who wore it going on to win big including meryl streep who took home the best actress statue in 2012 for "the iron lady" and many other times because she's meryl streep. >> ron, some of the nation's
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in crunching those numbers. >> did you bring a toy to "pop," ron? was it not serious enough. >> the laugh track. >> i have no idea what ron is doing. that is not unusual. we'll be right back here tomorrow morning. >> don't drop it. >> now from wmur news 9. amy: good morning, it's 9:56, here a quick look at local headlines. state police are investigating an alleged dwi crash before 2:30 route 101 exit 10 this morning. when troopers arrived they discovered a vehicle that
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hitting a road sign, then hitting the center guardrail head-on. the driver is facing charges including dwi. this morning, friends, family and loved ones will say a final goodbye to former portsmouth mayor ilene eileen foley. she passed away at age 97. her funeral begins in a couple of minutes and it will roll through the city hall complex for a final farewell. new hampshire fish and games official rescued an injured hiker, he injured his leg and could no longer walk. rescuers were able to reach the man before 5:00. he was carried down the moment for treatment. officials say he did not have the proper equipment needed for a winter hike. josh. josh: check out the blue skies and temperatures into the 20's and had been rising rapidly. nice roundabouts from overnight lows in the teens.
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will pick up through the afternoon and we'll call it breezy for today, but sunny as well. at least mostly sunny with a few clouds moving in, wandering into northern new hampshire perhaps this afternoon and then especially tonight as the system moves down from the south. could bring a few snow showers or periods of light snow in northern new hampshire during the overnight hours and then it pulls away again for tomorrow. tomorrow we see temperatures start to go even higher. so for today, about average for this time of year. between generally 30 and 40, maybe a couple of lower 40's. tomorrow a big time rebound, 40's to even lower 50's out there and the week ahead,
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