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good morning, america. breaking overnight, security scare. the secret service rushing donald trump off the stage. fears that a man in the audience had a gun. our exclusive interview with that protester as trump is seen kissing babies making a final push in battleground states. rocking the vote, hillary clinton bringing out the celebrity support. ♪ you're gonna to hear me roar hoping to roar her way to victory in the final stretch. can she galvanize voters where she needs them the most? we've got the results from our latest abc news tracking poll. serial killer. the man charged in the kidnapping of a south carolina woman now being linked to as many as seven deaths. investigators taking him back to
the scene showing them where bodies might be buried and what his co-workers are saying. and the missing mother, the hunt for a mom of two who went missing during a jog. >> she wouldn't leave her babies. >> the clues police are going on. the reward and the massive search this morning. good sunday morning. thanks for joining us. two days. just 48 hours till election day and the latest tracking poll shows clinton's lead is widening. she is now up five points over donald trump. 48 to 43 but the race is still pretty tight. >> it is. part of clinton's advantage in our poll comes from people who say they voted early. the latest numbers show that nearly 40 million americans have already voted in places like nevada, arizona and indiana. >> yes, so much early voting going on. we are covering both campaigns
in their final weekend, but we're going to start with abc's tom llamas and the stunning moments on stage during a trump rally. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: paula, good morning to you. the secret service has intervened before but nothing like what we saw last night. yet, that couldn't stop trump, that intense moment, he campaigned straight for 15 hours. a serious security scare for donald trump. the incident started with a protester that trump noticed near the front of the stage. >> we have one of those guys from the hillary clinton campaign. how much are you being paid? $1,500? >> reporter: then 50 seconds later, agents rushing on stage, trump ducking down. security guards, secret service and police jumping barricades to calm the scene. sources tell abc news someone in the crowd had shouted gun prompting a quick response. no weapon was discovered. trump back on stage within minutes. >> nobody said it was going to
be easy for us, but we will never be stopped, never ever be stopped. >> reporter: the man who prompted the scare says he was carrying a republicans against trump sign, then he was attacked. >> people are just, you know, kicking me, grabbing my arms, twisting them, and finally i'm very thankful for the law enforcement who was able to quickly come. >> reporter: the republican nominee also bashing the president's exchange with a pro-trump protester on friday. >> hold up, hold up, hold up. >> reporter: but trump completely mischaracterizing what happened. >> did you see yesterday obama screaming and screaming? >> you've got an older gentleman who is supporting his candidate. he's not doing nothing. you don't have to worry about him. >> if i spoke the way obama spoke to that protester, they would say he became unhinged. >> reporter: there were some lighter moments from trump's long day on the trail.
>> he's also compassionate, thoughtful, giving and loving. donald cares. >> reporter: trump even bringing a baby up on stage in florida kissing the boy and declaring -- >> future construction worker. >> reporter: all right, so that trump also said that little baby was a miniature trump fan. we'll see if that happens in the future. let's take a look at the map. yesterday was a marathon but today is long as well. take a look at all the states trump's going to, sioux city, iowa, minneapolis, minnesota, sterling heights, michigan, that's just outside of detroit. moon township, that's outside of pittsburgh and he finishes the day at 9:30 in leesburg, virginia. trump is using this grueling schedule to also attack hillary clinton who only has three events today. trump saying she doesn't have the stamina to be president. paula. >> and we are joined now by austyn crites who is in reno, nevada, and, austyn, good morning to you. we want to hear more about what happened at this rally.
you say you went there with a sign that said something pretty benign. republicans against trump and donald trump calls you out for being disruptive. were you? >> well, i mean, i'm a republican, and i just wanted to voice my displeasure with the nominee that the party picked and so i went there with a simple sign, and all of a sudden i just got attacked by several people all at once. >> there were accusations that you were a plant, austyn. were you paid, enticed or encouraged by a political party or by a person to attend that rally? >> no, not at all. i'm an independent guy just doing what i believe is right. i decided to go there with a sign. there was a last-minute e-mail that came out from trump saying he was going to be in reno. and i thought, you know, i just -- i just feel very strongly that this guy is dangerous for the country, and i want to show people that there are other republicans in nevada
and elsewhere who just do not support him. >> are you supporting hillary clinton? do you have any association with the clinton campaign? >> no, i have no association whatsoever with them. i was a republican supporter through the primaries, and i have donated money to the hillary clinton campaign recently because i think that trump is a disaster for the country. >> austyn, last question for you. who will you be supporting on election day? who are you voting for? >> well, i already did early voting and, you know, i'm not a huge fan of a lot of the policies that clinton has, but i feel that she's the one that has the best shot right now of stopping him. >> so you voted for hillary clinton? >> i did, yes. >> all right, austyn crites, we do want to thank you for joining us this morning on "good morning america." >> thank you, have a great day. >> so, again, he denies being a plant. he is a registered republican. but in his mind he believes that as you heard him trump is dangerous for the country and is a dictator, which is why he already voted for hillary clinton. >> it often gets crazy in these
closing hours of a campaign. meanwhile, at a separate late night rally after the one in reno, donald trump attacked hillary clinton for campaigning with celebrities. trump called it demeaning. clinton clearly unmoved by that criticism. she appeared with katy perry overnight, and abc's cecilia cecilia joins us now from philadelphia. hey, cecilia. >> reporter: good morning, dan. the clinton celebrity love fest continues. she is hoping these big names help draw and push supporters to the polls in this final stretch, and she's got another famous friend that she is calling on tonight. a role reversal for hillary clinton, overnight in philadelphia she was the one doing the introductions. >> welcome her to the stage. let's prove that love trumps hate. katy perry. >> reporter: not just the introductions, even a little dance. ♪ nasty girls >> reporter: a get out the vote concert, clinton calling on katy perry for some last-minute girl power. ♪ you're gonna hear me roar
>> reporter: the superstar in her patriotic finest. >> are you awake? >> reporter: it has been a weekend of star-studded campaigning in the states that matter most. beyonce and jay z in ohio. jon bon jovi in florida. ♪ >> reporter: and tonight lebron james in ohio too. clinton's team encouraged by scenes like this, at a market in nevada, long lines of mostly latino voters waiting to cast their ballots. in this final stretch, her aides are feverishly studying polls and early voting sending clinton to the places she's needed most. her mad dash to the finish line looks like this, in the last four days of the race, clinton touching down in six different battleground states making four different trips to pennsylvania alone, two to ohio. this trip to florida cut short by a downpour. >> my friends, you are a hearty bunch standing out here in the rain.
>> reporter: and we are now getting a sense of what election day will look like for hillary clinton. we know that she will be voting in chappaqua, new york, on tuesday morning. that, of course, is where she lives, and then she heads to new york city for an evening rally at an event that has a literal glass ceiling. the symbolism not lost on her campaign there. we are also told by aides that she has not yet started working on her speech for that night. dan, hillary clinton is famously superstitious. >> cecilia vega, ace reporter cecilia vega, the tireless cecilia, thank you very much. giving you a lot of credit this morning. she said i didn't give her enough yesterday. both campaigns this morning are focused on one key number, 270. that's how many electoral college votes you need to win the white house so let's bring in abc's chief white house correspondent jon karl. hey, jon. >> first of all, dan, cecilia is great. >> yes, she is. >> there's just about nobody better than cecilia vega. >> maybe you. maybe you. maybe some days. where do things stand overall right now? >> well, if you look at this
map behind me, this is the abc news race ratings and looked at every state, the red states are those we believe are tilting towards donald trump or solidly towards donald trump and the blue state, hillary clinton. if you look at where the map stands, the yellow states are the only toss-up states left and you mentioned the number 270. well, look at this. already just the blue states, just the ones where we believe hillary clinton already has the advantage, she is over 270, so donald trump to win this thing has to win all of those toss-up states, and then he has to find a way to win someplace where she is in the lead. >> so there are three states you're watching closely this morning, michigan, pennsylvania and florida. why? >> yeah, so for a couple different reasons, first of all, let's start with michigan and pennsylvania. you heard cecilia mention that hillary clinton is making four separate trips to pennsylvania in the final days, also visiting michigan. these are two solidly democratic states. republicans haven't carried them since the 1980s, but donald trump is showing signs of surging up there. it would be a long shot. it would be an upset, but he has
a chance, both sides believe, up in that area. but florida is the one that as always i am watching. we are all watching. hillary clinton, if she wins florida, this race is over and right now in the early vote she has the advantage. >> very quickly, you've been following some surprising developments in both nevada and new hampshire. >> yeah, this shows how strange this race is. first of all, in nevada it looks like hillary clinton has pulled ahead in the early vote powered by hispanic voters and new hampshire is a state that we had put a solidly blue for a long time but now it is a toss-up state. that state has probably moved more than any other state with the recent developments over the past week or so. >> the also awesome jon karl, thank you, jon. >> thank you very much, dan. >> nice job. >> everyone is an ace including our chief anchor george stephanopoulos. who joins us now. george, you have a busy -- >> awesome now. >> the most awesome. >> let's see how you do in the following question. >> how many descriptors can we come up with? okay, so you just -- we looked at that map and jon says he's looking at michigan, pennsylvania and florida. what states in your mind --
>> i think jon nailed it right there. this all begins and ends with florida. the most important state on the map right now. if donald trump cannot win in florida, he basically can't win the election. his chances go to close to zero. jon's also right to pay attention to michigan and pennsylvania because those are two states that even if donald trump wins florida and wins north carolina, he's got to find a way to flip one of those blue states. pennsylvania, michigan, maybe wisconsin or minnesota. that's why donald trump is also going to minnesota today. he really only has a map if he can flip one of those states. >> so given the electoral map that you've just discussed and given the fact that our tracking poll shows clinton up by five, how confident should her team be? >> well, you can't take anything for granted in this election. it's been the most surprising, unpredictable election we've ever seen and then you look at the other side. states like ohio and iowa seem to be fairly solidly right now, still fighting it out in ohio but in donald trump's camp, he's made some inroads right there and we've also seen one thing this year is the polls have been fairly volatile depending on events.
so you can't take anything for granted. >> how much legitimate concern is there about tuesday and the vote and we're talking about disruption, possible hacking, even terror. >> well, i don't think you can change the vote by hacking. remember, we have 50 individual state systems. it's hard to get to every single vote, but can there be enough shenanigans that would create some uncertainty about the outcome and people's perceptions about the outcome, i think that's possible. >> george, you're better than awesome. superlative. thank you very much. really appreciate it. and we we should point out, as always, george has a big show this morning. he'll have the clinton campaign chairman john podesta and republican national committee chair reince priebus plus fivethirtyeight's nate silver who is going to break down the race later this morning on "this week" and keep it here on abc straight through election day. george will be leading our coverage tuesday night with our entire political team including jon and cecilia starting at 7:00 eastern. >> so no sleep for the political team between now and wednesday, all right, thanks, dan. thanks, george. we want to turn now to the shocking new details from the investigation into the
kidnapping of a woman found chained in a shipping container in south carolina. police say the suspect has now confessed to several murders and is showing them where he buried some of his victims. abc's eva pilgrim is in spartanburg, south carolina, with these latest disturbing developments. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning, paula. it's what so many here have feared since that missing woman was found, that seemingly successful realtor now suspected of being a serial killer. investigators this morning saying todd kohlhepp could be responsible for at least seven killings. overnight the man accused of kidnapping and chaining up a south carolina woman now dropping a bombshell on investigators allegedly confessing to multiple murders. >> this is a pretty big deal. >> reporter: according to investigators, a mass murder mystery solved. the sheriff saying local realtor todd kohlhepp confessed to gunning down four people in a motorsport shop in 2003. investigators also identifying the body found friday on
kohlhepp's property as charlie carver, the boyfriend of kala brown, the woman police say was chained up for two months by the ankle and neck in a metal shipping container on that property. it was cell phone pings from brown's phone that led police searching for the missing couple here. authorities saying carver was shot multiple times. >> i don't want anybody's family to see this. >> reporter: kohlhepp who at this time is representing himself is said to be cooperating with authorities returning to his land saturday dressed in an orange prison jumpsuit as bulldozers and searchers on horseback scoured the property for more evidence and more possible victims. investigators saying he showed them the location of two more graves on the property. >> we still are working this crime scene. we're not done yet. >> reporter: which according to the sheriff may mean the realtor is allegedly responsible for up to seven or more murders. >> it was just like that, one minute he was mad and the next minute he was happy.
>> reporter: those who worked with him as part of his real estate business now replaying every moment they were alone with him. >> why were we spared? >> reporter: this isn't kohlhepp's first run-in with the law. he was convicted in 1987 as a teenager of kidnapping and rape in arizona. court documents from that case file saying "it is obvious he is obsessed with sex and weapons. he was also obsessed with hurting others." now, kohlhepp has not entered a plea in these cases. not only was he a realtor, but he also managed a lot of rental properties. so many people telling us he had the spare key to their home. that sending a shiver up the spines of so many in this community this morning. dan and paula. >> yeah, understandably. again, a horrifying story. eva, thank you for your reporting this morning. >> yes, you know what, let's turn to weather. and rob marciano. rob, it doesn't really feel like autumn, fall in a lot of places.we had recors across the northern plains in twin cities, minnesota had a
73-degree high. that's incredible. we're into fall, hunting season opening up. no snow, that's creating problems for hunters. 68 degrees in chicago. it moves toward the east as we go through tomorrow. 77 in nashville. you'll get a sunburn here, throw on the sunscreen. new york, boston, philadelphia, you've been in and out of it. by election day, 65 in new york city, 65 degrees in washington, d.c. and 66 in philadelphia. these storms that have been coming in have been mild a lot of pacific air which is one of the reasons we're not seeing cold november across the eastern half country. that will continue through next week with the ridge. we'll see colder weather coming in by next weekend. here's the local forecast. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist
chris sowers wltsdz accuweather update -- with this accuweather update. the radars are clear, the skies are clear, just a few high, thin clouds upstairs. temperatures in the 50 50s already. we're up to 63 degrees today. follow by a cooler day tomorrow, 59. election day looks fabulous, highs around 67. >> it was fair to midling. >> you were -- >> you're always awesome. we love you. >> consummate pro. >> weather is rather boring thankfully so enjoy. >> i'll take boring weather. >> yeah, right? >> i agree with that. >> perfectly fine. especially this time of year. we do have a lot of other news this morning we want to get to and for that as always we take it over to dr. ron claiborne. good morning. >> from dr. dan harris, good morning to you, paula and diane, robert, good morning, everyone. we're going to begin
with breaking news from syria. u.s. backed kurdish and arab forces announcing their start of a military effort to retake raqqa, the de facto capital. mosul is intensifying. ground troops making their way into that city. as they advance iraqi soldiers are coming under attack from isis. suicide bombers supporting air strikes have been limited because the fighting is now taking place in populated neighborhoods. and back in the u.s., two men are under arrest in washington, d.c. charged with vandalizing the fbi building and the trump international hotel with graffiti during the city's million mask march that happened on saturday. a masked man who allegedly had a firearm was arrested at the white house. the d.c. march is one of several around the world associated with the hackers group anonymous. eight people injured in an explosion overnight in an apartment building near phoenix. it happened in the city of payson. the explosion leaving the evacuation of homes within several blocks of that apartment building. one of the residents taken by helicopter to the hospital. and another report of a
harvard men's athletic team making lewd comments about their female counterparts. the student newspaper "the crimson" now reporting that the men's cross country team created spreadsheets with remarks about members of the women's cross country team. the news comes just two days after harvard ended the men's soccer season after finding scouting reports where the players rated those women on the team, the soccer team, based on their sex appeal and appearance. and boxer manny pacquiao coming out of retirement to reclaim the welterwelt world title in las vegas. the filipino boxer beating jessie vargas, former champ by a unanimous decision. the real excite many, though, coming from the presence of floyd mayweather sitting ringside sparking rumors of, guess what, possible rematch between he and pacquiao who mayweather defeated last year. >> why do people bother to retire when they always -- what's going on there? >> retired last april and he's back in november. ridiculous. >> it's called a publicity stunt. >> we always watch these big matches and there's always a
rematch. >> yeah, and another and another. >> why do rock fans go offstage, encore, encore. it's the same deal. we got to show -- >> speaking of encore, you have something else? >> thank you, paula. >> basically shut up and let ron finish is what he's telling us. finally, with thanksgiving fast approaching, here's a story about some angry birds, turkeys overrunning the city of davis, california. >> i got a turkey here that just won't let me leave. >> the davis police department says the wild turkeys have been harassing or harassing, sorry, dan, people for the past number of months. the city is trying to trap and relocate the turkeys. mean while they're saying, giving advice, if you come across one, clap your hands loudly or wave an umbrella at them. that makes them go away. >> or carry a taser. >> i like the part -- >> yeah, taser a turkey for thanksgiving. >> the part where they say don't be fearful. thanks. okay. >> are turkeys very dangerous, though? >> dangerous? they're abusive. they're not going to kill you, no.
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and welcome back to "gma" on this sunday morning. happening right now, it is the final stretch for the presidential candidates with two days to go. donald trump pulled off the stage at a rally in nevada after a security scare. the candidate returning moments later, however. the trump camp pulling out all the stops. hillary clinton sharing the stage with more celebrities as our latest abc news poll shows the democratic candidate with a widening lead. >> five points in our poll. also happening right now, some 50,000 runners getting ready to compete in the new york city marathon, the largest marathon on earth runs through all five of the city's boroughs covering 22.6 miles. the average finishing time, 4 1/2 hours. and in case you're confused about what time it is right now, it's time to fall back. daylight saving time is officially over, so don't forget to turn your clock back by an hour. most of america will now stay on
standard time until march 12th of next year. this is the happiest morning of the year for morning news professionals >> that's why we're all happy because we got an extra hour of sleep. >> except for ron. he's still not happy. >> i'm happy. >> you're happy? >> deliriously happy. >> there are some states that don't participate, hawaii and most of arizona and also ron's favorite guam. they stay -- they don't go standard. >> it's tomorrow in guam, by the way. >> it's tomorrow in guam. >> one more reason for you not to move to guam. tay happy here in the state, ronnie. but first the hunt for a woman called a supermom by family and friends who vanished without a trace. >> there's now a reward for information on what happened to sherri papini, who was last seen jogging near her home in northern california, and abc's adrienne bankert is on the story from our l.a. bureau. adrienne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, dan and paula. yeah, sherri papini described by her family and friends as a devoted young mother. when her children had not been picked up from day care, they grew concerned, and now they believe the 34-year-old was abducted. this morning, search teams
scouring these rural roads and trails trying to piece together what happened to sherri papini. the married mother of two vanishing without a trace last wednesday afternoon while jogging near her redding, california, home. >> she's such a great mom. she's so hands on. we call her supermom. >> reporter: her family suspecting something terribly went wrong after papini failed to pick up her kids from child care 3 1/2 hours later. >> she wouldn't leave her babies. >> there's no way she would do anything to disrupt her children's routine. >> reporter: the only discovery in the case so far, her abandoned cell phone. police say it was traced by her husband using the find my phone app. >> he found her phone close to the road. he called the authorities immediately. >> well, the fact that her phone was left there, that is a key piece of evidence that would indicate somebody may have taken her. >> i mean, she wouldn't just drop her phone if she was running away. >> reporter: according to police papini was last seen wearing a pink jogging top. investigators and volunteers fanning out hoping to find any clues. >> we're branching out to
contact businesses to see perhaps what they may have on their surveillance systems. >> reporter: friends, former classmates and supporters coming from across northern california to help in the search. >> she is considered at risk due to the suspicious circumstances. >> she has a family that loves her. please just bring her home. >> reporter: and investigators say there's not enough evidence to guarantee that sherri was abducted but they're not ruling anything or anyone out. her husband has been questioned and he is cooperating with the investigation. a nonprofit group is now offering a $10,000 reward hoping someone will come forward with information to find sherri. dan and paula. >> adrienne, thank you. and we're thinking of her family and friends this morning. thanks again. let's check the weather once again and get it back over to rob. hey, man. >> hey, dan, for all the places that have been mild and pretty quiet across the lower 48, the one sore spot has been new mexico and parts of texas, ubbos creating showers abbey thunderstorms, we showed you the hail in he will -- el paso he.
two inches of rain across central texas. nascar is running the motor speedway in central issue. waves ten to 20 feet with the next system coming up. it is mild system dropping down to northern california northwest and northern california unusually wet october. starting to dry out a little bit, becoming less intense, high surf advisory is up. surfers will be out. dry across the desert southwest. problem spots in louisiana, you heard jon karl talk about michigan. that's what's going on nationally, here's what's going on locally. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, nice and quiet out there this morning, temperatures in the 40s and 50s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows 63 degrees later this afternoon followed by 59 on monday,
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>> good luck with that. >> odds of that, less than zero. speaking of zero, as we zero in on election day, you can listen to the polls, you can listen to the pundits or you can look elsewhere for answers. >> maybe a chiromancer, you know, a fortune teller. abc's nick watt went searching and found a medium with a message. >> i want to know if donald trump will win the election. ♪ here in heavily hispanic east l.a., some are seeking supernatural help. who is this? >> the woman has the power. >> the woman has the power. >> yeah. >> so that's hillary. >> yeah, it's hillary. >> reporter: trump's talk of building walls and deporting illegals has some people worried. and some of them are going to mediums like prove zora angeleta to seek reassurance. he has a chance. >> yeah. >> how can we tell this? >> it's the card. >> that one. >> reporter: around the corner sylvia says her clients are
also obsessing over the election. [ speaking spanish ] >> she's saying that they want her to do rituals and spells but they say the major problem is they don't know where to vote. ♪ >> reporter: and around another corner trump pinatas are outselling clinton. she's in prison garb and cuffs. i bought both. i'm a journalist. i'm impartial. back to prove zora angelita. >> she has a bad news for you. >> oh, yeah, what's the bad news? >> that one is going to betray you in love. >> someone is going to betray me in love. moving on. right now, clinton has a narrow lead, will that last? [ speaking a foreign language ] >> i don't like it. >> reporter: she says trump has a card up his sleeve. according to her card, there could be time for one more twist. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> all right, i think we've covered every angle of the presidential election now.
>> yeah, even angles that don't deserve to be covered, we've covered then. i don't know that there's time for one more twist but having said that, you used a word that i pretended i understood into the story, chiromancer. >> yeah, that's basically like a hand reader. like a chiropractor. they work on you with their hands. every now and then a blind squirrel finds a nut with that word. that would be me right there with that word. >> i like it. here's what's coming up on "gma." it's not a chiromancer, it's a story that may be deeply practical to me, if you're feeling guilty about snacking on that candy, kick the sugar habit. "the weekend download" after the break. >> good luck with that one, dan. >> not going to happen. no matter what you love, we'll help you style your home from floor to ceiling. now get 15% off select hgtv home™ by sherwin-williams paint,
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this one is personal for me. lots of us would love to kick the sugar habit including me and i've been trying for a long time. haven't been able to do it. it's a lot harder than it sounds. so here with some really good advice is my friend gretchen rubin, who is the author of the best-selling books "the happiness project" and "better than before." hi, thanks for coming in. i throw myself at your mercy. what's the best way to go about cutting sugar out of our diet? >> here's the thing, we all think of moderation as being sort of the best way to go, but for a lot of people including me it's easier to have none, so if you find it hard to have a little bit, try having none. it sounds harder but for a lot of people it's easier to have none than have a little. >> i see what you're talking about because i have one oreo and then it's like a whole box is gone and i'm in a shame spiral for a week. so, what do i have to do like technically in order to quit forever? once i say, okay, i want to quit and i'm not going to have it again what do i do? >> some people can quit forever. that's sort of what i did but a lot of people need planned
exceptions and this is when you say to yourself, okay, it's my anniversary. i'm going to have it on saturday. i'm going to plan for it and look back on it with pleasure and not feel bad about it because i did what i said i'm going to do. so i still get to have the treats. i'm not saying good-bye to sugar forever. maybe i don't want to do it but i'll plan it in advance so i stay in control. >> in the meantime, how do you avoid temptation? >> a really good way is just don't buy things. it's a lot easier for people to resist buying something than eating it. so let's say ice cream at home. if you can say to your family, we're going to have ice cream but go out and get an ice cream cone. we're not going to have it in the fridge. don't go into the room at work where the vending machines are. if you don't buy it, then you can't give in to it so resist buying it because that's easier than turning it down if it's like right there in your desk drawer or in the refrigerator. >> i need you to have a talk with my wife. thank you, gretchen. really appreciate it. if you want to see much more of my chat with gretchen, check out the 10% happier podcast available on apple podcast and
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♪ "good morning america" is brought to you by walgreens at the corner of happy and healthy. all right, time for "pop news." diane macedo back. we're very happy about that what's popping? >> happy too and queen fans are going to be very happy because a long awaited movie about the band has finally found it. freddie mercury, according to a number of reports "mr. robot's" rami malek has just been cast as the legendary rock star in a biopic named "bohemian rhapsody" and replaces sasha barron cohen who dropped out of the movie citing creative differences and the movie also has a new director with "x-men's" bryan singer apparently so excited to head up the project, he even posted a queen album cover on instagram saying he's looking forward to rami malek playing freddie. no word on a release date. >> rami is great. >> i want to know if he's going to have to sing. that's tough. singing freddie mercury is very,
very tough. >> "bohemian rhapsody" would be the one, the tough one. >> we'll find out. >> speaking of great songs, by the way, it's time to turn up the volume on the television because the catchiest songs of all time have been revealed. the survey by the museum of science and industry in the uk. any guesses on the number one spot? >> "wheels on the bus." >> "wheels on the bus." >> "wanna be" by the spice girls. >> how did you figure that one out? >> i looked at the teleprompter. >> now to get it all tuck in your head, let's listen to it a little bit. ♪ if you wanna be my lover ♪ you gotta you gotta ♪ you gotta you gotta >> the rest of the day. >> i guess we have to move on to the other songs. we've got "mambo no. 5," also my personal favorite, "eye of the tiger" from what movie? >> "rocky". >> "rock cy." >> "rocky 3." they found out that most of these songs people recognize wanna be was recognized in just two seconds by these people who started the collection from 12,000 people. >> you know what, there's also
another catchy song, i don't know if you have ever heard it. it's "just dance" performed by paradise alley which is a new jersey cover band. >> oh, no. >> which is a band that diane sings for. >> please tell me you don't have that video. no, do you really? no, you don't. >> check her out. ♪ >> look at that. >> listen. ♪ just dance ♪ gonna be okay just, just dance, dance, dance, dance ♪ >> diane. >> you're good. >> whoo. >> i was not expecting that. >> really good. >> new jersey cover band paradise alley. >> that's right. that was the first band i used to sing with, paradise alley. >> do you guys play weddings? >> yeah, we used to play weddings and bars, party, you name it. >> you're a meso soprano. >> i am. i am. >> someone has been digging into my wikipedia page. >> that would be us. >> i think we should get back to talking about -- thanks, guys. i think everybody wants to get back to the election and if the presidential candidates are not prying enough incentive to vote a fake former vote.
how about a fake former president julia louis-dreyfus stepped into character to encourage millennials to get out to vote and the results are hilarious. >> when you don't vote you're giving your power to someone else, someone probably less informed and more motivated so please vote. this matters. >> are you running again? >> no. >> if that's not enough to motivate you, well, there's always sugar. on election day participating krispy kreme locations will offer voters a free doughnut of your choice. all you have to do is show them your "i voted" sticker. >> dan is trying -- >> you don't even have to vote yet. >> we did a segment about quitting sugar and now you put a giant pile of -- >> dan asked us not to let him eat a doughnut so -- >> sprinkles. >> so we are just -- >> i'm just going to have one bite. thank you very much. i didn't even vote yet. >> one bite? >> this is my third. >> finally, we want to update you while you enjoy your doughnuts on mission pawsible, our month-long journey to find precious pooches forever homes and we live streamed
the san antonio humane society's pawchella yesterday, a huge success, over a thousand dogs have been adopted through this mission. it runs through november 22nd. be part of it and go to our website and find a shelter near you. >> diane, you're -- ♪ just dance >> your singing talents are going to stay with us all day long. thank you, everybody. stay tuned for george coming up soon with "this week." >> good morning i'm gray hall alongside, tamala edwards. suspicious fire a row home goes up in flames overnight trapping three people inside. residents of an apartment complex are forced out into the cold night after a car crash severed a gas line, criminals. >> reporter: tam, we have a gorgeous day on the way, temperatures in the 60s. a huge cool down heading this
have been deliberately set. the keystone state may be key to determining who becomes the next president of the united states. >> still on strike, no deal as we move into one full week of the septa strike. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive cuweather seven-day forecast. you're saying it's going to be picture perfect today. >> reporter: it's like living in north carolina. look at the sky, we have deep blue sky, no humidity at all. the 30s we saw yesterday at the same time long gone, now we're seeing this, not too bad. 58 in philadelphia which is actually close to the normal high for this time of the year which is only 60. 9:00 a.m., obviously the numbers will go up from here. 55 in allentown. trenton, 56. millville, 57. atlantic city 57. ca may, 59 degrees. a good five to ten degrees warmer than the same time