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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody! yes, it's the beginning of the workweek but it's funday monday around here, february 22nd. that is "confession" by florida georgia line. hoda is having a lot of trouble just concentrating because somebody is here. >> who? >> that guy. >> my trainer is here. >> very cute. >> it's so exciting. his name is chris. he's from australia.
>> yes. she has to be. we train at 5:30 in the morning. >> he's going to show the workout he has me do. >> you said you hated it. >> no, i said i'm not that good at it. which is different. >> chris is going to show us some exercises. >> look at those tats. >> he's got a few. if you missed the big "friends" reunion last night, we have all the highlights. plus some celebrity break-ups to tell you about. i was surprised by this in today's buzz. >> now, last year it was all about the whip and the nae-nae, so there's a new dance craze called the dab. lean and dab, lean and dab. >> i never learned the nae-nae. >> it's the lean and the dab. these guys have been here since 6:00 in the morning, by the way. they said it was easy. >> okay. now, you said a nice weekend with your mom. i love when you take your little trips together. >> we did. we went to florida. and we just -- we just got some
my mom was just like -- she's on the go. oh, my god, we saw mary higgins clark in the lobby. >> she's everywhere. >> every time we saw her, i said, that's mary higgins clark, and she said, a celebrity. so we snuck up to her. she said she wants to come back on the show. >> it seems like she's here every week with a new book. i love her to pieces. >> she said she's on too much. >> she's not on too much. >> that's what we said. >> the other day it was love your pet day and in my case it was love your pets. i put them on the sofa. they are fame hogs. >> i can't believe they just mug like that. >> they immediately look at the camera. >> do they ever get muddy and run on your furniture? >> yeah, but we try to get rid of it as soon as possible. >> the other good news -- there's lots of good stuff today -- national margarita day. how do you like yours, hoda? >> i like mine on the rocks.
else. just tequila. >> that's really good. >> that's like one of those skinny ones. >> why do we have a margarita cupcake, you might add? >> they're tequila soaked. shall we try it? >> i don't eat sweets, so you tell me if you like it. >> i'm not supposed to be eating sweets. >> your trainer is watching you. your trainer is watching you, hoda. >> ooh, what's inside? >> maybe something margaritay. >> lime. just lime. >> you're going to pay for that. >> you know what i've learned that i don't like. what is curd? >> by the way, it's delicious. >> what's on the top? >> anyway, it's created by pastry chef and owner of afa's each cupcake is $3.25 and worth
>> they don't tell you that. >> all right. so kanye has been making an awful lot of news lately. >> not for good reasons. >> not for good reasons, but if showing signs of how tiring fatherhood can be is in this next picture, he's exhausted. they were out shopping, he and kim and the babies. is that north? >> that's north. north is long. >> she's adorable. >> she's tall. >> they were out with chrissy teigen and john legend. in a baby store. >> these guys don't do that, do they? >> apparently they do. she sent that out. she said it would be her father's birthday today had he not passed away. >> we also have a picture for the very first time, a photo of their other child, brand new baby -- not brand new, born in december. >> beautiful. >> oh! >> really beautiful. all babies are beautiful, though, aren't they? >> i couldn't remember if saint was already born. i keep forgetting. there are so many people pregnant and having babies.
>> yeah, and her baby is due this spring. >> she stepped in it. >> she had the right to say what -- look how beautiful she looks. she's gorgeous. >> here's what happened. chrissy teigen was tweeting that she was going to have a night nurse come and help her when the baby is born. >> she's a first-time mother, okay. >> so twitter went cray like twitter does. they were saying it's part-time parenting, who do you think you are, all those things. so she responded, because chrissy teigen does not mince words. she says a night nurse doesn't replace you waking and feeding at night. you're up with them, they're helpers and teachers. she said i'm so used to sharing our life that i forget how protective i'll have to be soon. i cannot handle this kind of constant judgment. >> nor should she have to but it unfortunately comes with the territory. it's the world we live in. it blows my mind that people think that their opinion is going to matter to you. she knows whose opinions matter
>> she says whatever she wants on twitter. a couple of times she tweeted me something really crazy and vulgar and wild and i thought that was an imposter. soy followed her and unfollowed her, and then i refollowed her because -- >> it was her. >> yeah. she goes after people who say negative things about her. good for her. >> why give them any power? i would just ignore them. just ignore them. or pray for them, do something, but don't give them the power thinking that their opinion matters to you. >> does it ever matter when you read things? >> if somebody has misunderstood my intention about something, then i respond to it. but somebody just giving me their opinion on something and they don't even know me -- >> yes. >> no. no, no, no. don't give them power. right? >> right, chris? chris says yes. we don't care what chris says. he can say whatever he wants. >> all right, here we go. this doesn't make sense to me.
right way to write an e-mail. >> picture this, you're going to ask your friend to go to dinner and you want to sound like a normal human being, not overeager, not crazy. >> what kind of a friend are we talking about? >> a friend. >> why would you be overeager to ask a friend to have dinner? >> can you go, do you want to go to lunch, what time do you want to go? >> you know what i do to you? lamb chop, question mark. that's what i do to you. >> somebody had a lot of time and analyzed 5.3 million e-mails. >> an e-mail efficiency service. >> they determined these are the phrasings. so you guys choose and decide which e-mail is the best way to ask someone to dinner. here's number one. >> hey, i was thinking about you earlier. do you wanna get pizza? >> number two. >> hey, i definitely would like to get together next week. do you want to get pizza? and this is hoda's. >> hey, it would be absolutely wonderful to see you. do you want to get pizza?
so i would say 1. number one, life is short. hungry? pizza? meet me. that's it. you know. which one do you want? >> i don't know why i think it's so funny. there's nothing really funny about it but it's hysterical. i've lost it. i think i would go -- i would send number three, i'm so excited but i would hate to receive that one. i would say oh, my god, i can't wait, let's go get pizza. i think i would go with number two. because it's kind of in between. >> hey, i'd definitely like to get together next week. do you want to get pizza? i think that's ridiculous. if it's a good friend, they know you want to get together. or you wouldn't be saying, let's have lunch, or dinner. experts, people, keep those things on when you say the words. say you want to aim for that goldilocks area. >> what does that mean? >> not too positive, not too negative, not too in your face. what kind of friends do they
>> i don't know that's funny. >> what kind of friends do they have? first of all, don't do e-mail. hoda, i'm hungry. let's go eat. >> you'd say yes and that would be the end of it. so gwen stefani and blake shelton are apparently in love. apparently. >> why do you have to say it with such disdain and disgust? >> they're always wrapped up >> and you did wonder if it was a bouncy thing from their oar -- other relationships or if it was promotion for "the voice." >> they say if you fall in love right away it's not that great long time. i'm not saying it's not going to last, but -- >> you sure as heck hope it doesn't. let's be honest. >> so i guess blake -- gwen stefani couldn't attend and so she brought her iphone and was facetiming him. >> what? she had somebody that was there facebook face timing with him. >> the man does 300 gigs a year. of course she can't be at every
it's not like she's missing his bar mitzvah or something. if you're in love with a lawyer, do you go and hear all his closing arguments? >> no. you're right, you don't. but here's the thing about facetiming. i was telling you, i went to the beach and there were four girls sitting at a table and their fifth friend couldn't come to the beach, so she was present everywhere. hey, look, we're having blueberry pancakes. look at that. and for some reason watching them pass the phone around, look at the sunrise. >> and it gets elevated and elevated. >> was there alcohol involved at breakfast? >> no. there should have been. should have been. >> it bugs you. >> i don't know why. and i think if there was another person sitting there, who cares. hey, look at the sunrise. but there was something about the phone. give it to me and pass it over here and look what i'm wearing. it just seemed, i don't know, a little annoying, right? >> let me ask you this, did they know you were sitting there next to them? now you outed all of them and
before and not now. you've got to think these things through. >> anyhoo, this is kind of cute. so this little girl saved up all of her money because she wanted to buy her brother a hamster. >> that is so sweet. she's the younger sister, right? >> she's the younger sister. look at this moment that she decided to break the piggy bank. take a look at her brother's reaction. >> i bought you a hamster. i paid for it. why are you crying? why are you crying? >> i think he's happy. >> are you happy crying? oh. >> how does it end? please tell me. oh, that is the sweetest thing. >> can i tell you one quick teeny story? >> apparently not. >> when i graduated -- when i
looking for a job and i needed a car, my brother worked at popeye's fried chicken. he worked there every day that summer and i needed a $1,000 down payment to get a car because i didn't have a car to go to work and he wrote his whole check to me. i'll never forget. that's what i was thinking about when i was watching those kids. he worked every day that summer and he gave me the check. >> ooh. >> how do we do it day after day? >> all right, favorite things and they might become yours too. actually i'm wearing it under my dress. >> of course you are, you little -- >> and why taylor swift was hearing wedding bells this weekend. we'll get you caught up on the rest of the hollywood scoop after this. your heart loves omega-3s. but there's a difference between the omega-3s in fish oil and those in megared krill oil. unlike fish oil, megared is easily absorbed by your body... ...which makes your heart,
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at the grammys, sunday she's at her best friend's wedding. she's just a normal girl. this is a wedding that taylor had been looking forward to for a long time. she told "people" magazine this was her very first time as a maid of honor and she was thrilled. the two girls wore ream akra dresses. taylor kept the dress very modest and simple and did not upstage the bride. rule number one. >> i actually had lunch with brittany and her husband. >> you did? >> yeah, when i was down in florida. they were good friends with my friends the loomises and they were like two weeks away from their wedding, and they're lovely kids. you can see that she would be great friends with her. >> taylor has known brittany since they were ten days old. and she has known the groom since she was 4-year-old old. so they all seem very close-knit. >> they really are darling. >> taylor was going to give $250,000 to ke$ha for some money. >> that's right. she wrote out a check to kesha
her legal troubles. right now, keshia is in court and was told she cannot record music outside of her sony contract. she wants to get out because of dr. luke. she's alleged that he raped her, that he drugged her, that she suffered emotional abuse. dr. luke's team said the allegations against luke will be shown to be completely false. a lot of female pop stars are coming to kesha's defense saying attention should be brought to her, it's a very feminine problem. lady gaga -- >> i wonder if she in debt now? >> she's not making money or producing any records. so when you're not working, not making money, one has to imagine that taylor's money will definitely come in handy. >> that's very sweet. there is a break-up to report, jamie alexander from "the blind spot" and peter facinelli. >> another couple bites the dust. these two have been engaged since march, 2015, and they have called it quits. her rep told "usa today" that it's because of family and work
jamie films "blindspot" in new york city and peter films "supergirl" which is in l.a. he has three daughters with his ex-wife so one has to imagine that -- >> i saw them at the parade, the macy's parade. they were together and just hanging around. i think she did one little spot or something but they were hanging out. >> this took me by surprise because at the golden globes, they were making out all over the red carpet and things seemed hot and heavy. >> at least they made that decision before they got married. >> so the "friends" reunion. people are buzzing about it. >> it was yesterday. the legendary director james burrows directed lots of great shows. friends, cheers, and taxi. >> legendary is the right word. of him. it was a little "friends" mini everyone was there except for >> do we have a little? >> i think we do, yeah. >> in the beginning it was not a hard thing. we really just wanted to hang
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trivia question and you have 15 seconds to answer correctly. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> every week bobbie thomas highlights the latest in beauty and fashion in a segment called bobbi's steals and deals, bobby's buzz or thomas talks. >> bobbie's buzz. >> yay. you've won a fabulous resort vacation. you can take chloe. you and a guest are headed to orlando, florida. >> lots of golf, relaxation, round trip airfare is included. are you going to bring the baby, but who else? >> probably my husband. >> that would be nice. >> congratulations. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much! >> bye, chloe. >> get ready to lean and dab. i don't know. >> lean and dab. >> why i love memphis. i don't understand anything anymore. >> lean and dab. >> after your local news.
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we are back on this funday monday, ready to serve up some advice for the restaurant etiquette dilemmas. >> you want to make sure you behave tastefully as mr. manners himself, thomas farley. >> whom we love. >> hi. >> hi, thomas. >> the first we sit down should we put our napkin on our lap? >> the host will be the first one and that gives the cue to everyone else. >> what if we're all together? >> do it once you've sat down. >> hi, ladies and gentlemen, may i take your order? >> alex, we're not quite ready yet. >> you've been sitting here quite some time, but i'll check back. >> okay. how long is quite some time? >> what do you do about a rude waiter? >> we've got a few issues going on here clearly. our menus are closed so that indicates to the server that we are ready to order. now, in this case we just sat down so clearly he came over far too soon. >> which is typical of alex.
>> we haven't seen each other in a while. we'll be talking more than looking. >> that's right. but this is a restaurant, not a lounge. so 10, 15 minutes is the maximum amount of time before you're looking at that menu ready to order. be ready with a drink order when he comes over. >> hoda is ready for the drink order. >> the drink order is already here. sometimes you come up and it's cold outside and you bring all your stuff with you. >> or are trying to save a little extra money not having to check it. >> so you plop things over the chair. they ask you at the beginning can i take your coat? i always like mine. because it's chilly, i want to keep it. >> or you come in and you're still cold. >> so is that a no-no. >> this is known as winter spreading where your coats and gloves and scarves are taking up more seats than you are. if the restaurant has a coat check and it's a large item, you're going to check it because this clutters up the dining room and it's a safety hazard, the
if you don't have a coat check, keep everything self-contained on your person. so on the back of your chair, not other chairs where people might need to sit there. >> our food is arrived and we ordered chicken. >> i made the decision for you. >> thank you. >> you know him really well. >> you don't want to drop it. >> thank you. >> let me know if there's anything wrong. >> all right. thank you very, very much. then we say grace and check in. oh, excuse me, oh, it's bloody. >> so it's not cooked to your liking. >> no. >> what do you do? >> excuse me, please, i'm so sorry, do you see that, i'm just a little concerned. >> it looks good to me. >> you get salmonella. >> it looks good to me. >> all right, you get salmonella. let me know how you're feeling. >> so you handled that
you did exactly right. upon -- i think he earned what comment. >> wishing salmonella on him? >> i think he earned that comment for sure. >> you said it politely. you didn't put it on the waiter. the waiter did his job in theory so sending it back -- >> never take it out on the waiter. >> never take it out on the waiter. >> i remember one time someone brought you chicken and you ordered salmon. you said that looks mouth watering but i actually ordered salmon. and the woman was smiling when it was over. >> the tone is so important. >> okay. what happens now? >> now we say thank you, thomas farley. >> oh, that's right. >> what if you're the only person who wants it? >> it would have been me. >> don't worry, alex, i'll get it to her. >> here's the issue with ordering a dessert and this is often the case with an appetizer as well. you may be the only one that wants to order dessert. being a little bit shy. if it seems like other people
not going to say, yes, i'd like dessert or i'd like coffee. if it seems other people are on diets, order one for the table and maybe split it. >> if somebody orders an appetizer and everybody else orders a full meal, how do you divvy it up so it's fair? >> if you're dining with somebody on a regular basis, that's going to happen. you're going to get short-changed one time, somebody else another time. if there's a vast disparity, you've ordered one cocktail and everybody else ordered ten? have a buddy step in for you and say hoda only had one cocktail, why don't we cover her. >> as we say good-bye, if the service is terrible. >> like it was. >> do you still tip alex? >> because we love him. >> here's what we want to do. we're not going to take it out at the end of the meal. we're going to step in the moment it happens by speaking with the manager. >> bye. >> don't scrimp at the end. that's the wrong way to go. >> thank you very much, thomas.
the workout that keeps hoda woman looking at toned and fabulous as she is from her personal trainer. >> we're going to get moving with ilovememphis doing the hottest new dance craze called the lean and dab. >> i'm going to lean into this chicken and dab my mouth. >> of course you are. when it's your job to protect the world's greatest nation, it's your responsibility to solve the world's greatest challenges. this is why we search for the best and brightest. why we train for every eventuality on land and water, in the air, space and even cyberspace. we operate in a complex world with one simple mission. win. seems like we've hit a road block. that reminds me... anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea... ...gas, bloating? yes! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against occasional digestive issues. with three types of good bacteria. live the regular life. phillips'.
>> the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. all right. this breakout song became a pop culture phenomenon with more than 250 million youtube views turning ilovememphis into a social media star. >> these days it's all about the dab. everyone from athletes to politicians have been doing it. and now ilovememphis, that's this wonderful guy, is in on it
dab. >> combines move from the dab, hit the quan, and very popular with the nae-nae. so you brought it altogether. >> what made you decide to put all those together, sweetie? >> just having fun. coming up with something everyone can have fun with and just have fun. >> everybody has fun and you make money, perfect. >> you have a big group of people over here. you're going to sing first and play it for us and we're going to be here. >> we're going to watch you. have fun. >> ilovememphis. >> oh, my god. >> oh, my god, he's right there. >> can you teach me how to dab? i'm finna tell you how to lean
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no way, oh my god i finna tell you how to slide to the left slide to the left, slide to the left slide to the right, slide to the right, slide to the right walk it to the front, walk it to the front pop it to the back, pop it to the back nae, nae now let me keep going. nice shoes, all clean i don't have a top down mama told me never leave the house without my night gown mama i'm on b.e.t. like the wwe laying smackdown
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if you ever wish you could have hoda's toned arms and lean legs, push your coffee table out of the way and grab a water bottle. we're going to show you how she stays in shape. >> i want to point out i have never had a personal trainer in my life. i had never had one. i was in the gym and a girl at the gym named darcy said you've divot to meet this guy named chris finn from equinox. okay. and i started working muscles i
>> and you thought you were in pretty good shape because you work out all the time and you said he said this. >> what? >> i wasn't in shape. i really wasn't. chris is here because he's going to teach us. where are you from? >> sydney, australia. >> you just like to hear him talk. i've been living in new york about 15 months. >> so he's going to work three body parts of yours, kath. >> mine? three out of the 80 that need help. just looking at me, what needs the most help? >> nothing. but we're going to pick the three main ones that pretty much everybody at home wants to work on. booty, arms, and abs. >> i just did the nae-nae. >> is this the booty. >> yes, it is. >> step up with a knee rise into a real lunge. watch him first.
down, lunge. >> step up, knee raise, step down, lunge. >> i wanted to put workout clothes on and hoda said no. >> that's not what you said. >> is that a lunge or no? >> bend the rear leg down. >> show her, show her. she wants to be shown. >> do it again. >> we'll do three or four on each side. >> step down, knee raise, step down, rear lunge. >> isn't that hard? >> without showing your spanx and stuff. i got that one. >> how many of those? >> we'll do ten on each side. as part of a circuit we'll do three rounds. second activity is for arms. this is good for bis, shouldering and triceps. problem areas for everybody. >> okay. >> so start with the weights by your side. do a curl. >> bend our legs?
>> i'm sitting out, i can't do it. my arms are hurting. >> up, press, tricep extension. elbows in. so curl, press, when you go down for the tricep extension -- elbows in. >> can you rest them on your neck? >> like that, perfect. right there. >> now what? >> back up, down. >> isn't that hard? >> it is hard. >> if you do it fast enough, sets of 15, that will get your heart rate up. >> okay. now what's the last one? >> 5:45 in the morning. >> the last one is hoda's favorite. it's called plank step-ups. jump down into a pushup position. you do it as part of a series. down to the left, down to the right.
that means you got to put all your weight -- >> i can't. >> will you show a more of those. >> down to the left, down to the right, up to the left, up to the right. >> you were a navy s.e.a.l., right? >> i was in the commandos. >> by the way, i do it twice a week and i actually do feel a change, and i didn't think i would. >> you'll find it really challenging in your core and doubles up on the triceps. >> isn't chris nice? wouldn't you show up early? >> i see why. she's been telling me how great you are all this time. it's lovely to meet you. >> all right. our favorite things are next. >> first, this is "today" on nbc. you did it, chris! >> great job. olay regenerist renews from within... plumping surface cells for a dramatic transformation without the need for fillers. your concert tee might show your age...your skin never will.
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