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24 hours of mess. that massive storm moving east at this hour. snow, ice and rain set to snarl airports and roads. as 43 million americans hit the highway for the holidays. delays already building. we're live, up and down the storm zone. and breaking overnight, tiger attack caught on tape. the veteran handler at steve irwin's zoo, mauled by a big cat in the middle of a show. trainers racing in to save him with hundreds looking on, in disbelief, as he is taken by helicopter to safety. teen craze warning. the high-stakes, thrill-seeking sport called parkour, ripped from the movies. now severely injuring a california boy. the new warning for parents right now. ♪ the story of my life and we're going in one direction. we've never had a reaction to a
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concert like this. thousands lined up for blocks, all night in the freezing cold. >> waiting all night for you, one direction. we love you. >> get ready for the fab five, live in central park, in just moments, only right here on "gma." >> let's start this party right now, "gma." >> all: good morning, america. and good morning, america. let's go right to central park right now. look at that crowd right there. >> wow! >> it may be wintry weather. but that hasn't stopped the biggest crowd we've ever seen in central park, for one direction, right there. and inside the one direction bus right now, liam, harry, niall, louis, and zayn, all ready for
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this huge concert. >> it was something to see the crowd swell throughout the night. and this is what we have. they were out so very, very early, as you said. lining up for the tickets to get inside the park. that's where we'll be shortly. >> and another sign of just how big this band is. their new album came out just 24 hours ago. and it's already number one in 96 countries. >> of course. >> and climbing. >> i think we can hear them yelling a mile away, down here in times square. twitter, understandably, going apoplectic right now. folks in the crowd and in line. all poised in front of their tvs. join us today, won't you. it's #onedongma. and it's very cold out there. but it could be worse than it is. that storm, going to make holiday travel a mess. looking live at flightradar24. lets look at the number of planes in the air already this morning. it's going to be a busy day with so many delays.
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you know too well about this, sam. >> wednesday, the big travel day delays on that day, as well. the good news here is that we're pretty much out of it on thursday. let's get everybody settled in to where the storm is right now. our area of low pressure that's caused so much problems in the south and the middle of the country is probably hanging right now right along the gulf coast. this low drives towards atlanta. passes north carolina. and moves towards new york city. right about this time tomorrow, the low is parked outside our doors in times square, spinning some of the worst wind and rain in our area. between now and then, it has the east coast to get to and a lot of folks traveling in the next 24 hours. there's some snow on the back end of this thing, as well. snow and ice, and heavy accumulations. i think the worst part of this for a lot of travel will be rain. this is the i-95 corridor. we'll go into that. but ♪ ♪ the heavy rain goes from new york to washington to raleigh to atlanta. atlanta hartsfield, the busiest airport in the u.s. and our gio benitez is right there already to tell us what to expect. and gio, rain, already. you're wet. good morning.
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>> reporter: good morning, sam. it's been a wet morning. a mess here in atlanta. so many drivers on the street. that's the concern here because millions of us will be hitting the road. that wintry storm system moving east. 33 states in the crosshairs. snow, ice, and freezing rain turning highways into ice rinks. road accidents now to blame for at least a dozen deaths across the country. slick bridges and spinouts in central arkansas. one woman there killed in a head-on collision, after she lost control of her car. and in new mexico, that icy wind. aaa says 90% of travelers this week will drive. and nearly 39 million people will drive 50 miles or more from their home. so, aaa is urging drivers to keep more than an eight-second gap between cars. allowing more time to react to upcoming hazards and out-of-control vehicles. the chilling weather that brought a tree down on this car in odessa, texas, and buried
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this truck near lake huron, now bearing down on the east coast. oil city, pennsylvania, hit with 20 inches of lake-effect snow. >> the snow has kept me in the house. it came hard and fast. >> reporter: in new york city this morning, the wind making it feel like a bone-chilling 27 degrees. and this fountain in philadelphia, nearly frozen solid after a record chill. and you have to remember about the dangerous black ice on the road. that's the ice that you can't even see when you're driving. and it makes cars slip and slide, sam. >> you're right. that's mixed in those elevations. anyone gets a little elevation, you're going to get the black ice. step inside. get a little dry, sir. we'll talk to you later on this morning. here's the plan for everybody leaving that area that gio is standing in. and headed north. there's some kickback snow waiting for atlanta. you dry out during the day tomorrow. but we think there's a mixture as this cold air pulls in behind this low. and the low moves up the coastline, that will get very close. chattanooga, you're getting
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some snow in the mountains. and this western line of snow will deliver up to 18 inches of snow in northwestern pennsylvania. also western new york state. most folks will get anywhere from one to seven out of this. we'll tell you specifically so you know what to expect. you know when to travel. we'll have everybody's forecast in a minute. >> thank you. gio showed us the problems on the roads. let's take a look at what's happening in the air. david kerley at reagan national airport. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. here it comes. already here in washington, d.c., the two major airports are actually treating the runways with deicers. it's the first time this season. calm today. but starting tonight, and into tomorrow, as you've already heard, a winter mess could mangle your thanksgiving travel plans. here's why, as the storm moves up the east, it's going to cover just about every major hub we're talking about. boston, new york, philadelphia, d.c., charlotte and atlanta. and the problem is, when some of these hubs start cancelling flights -- don't forget that new york gets 1 out of 10 flights every day -- when they start canceling, there's that cascading effect. that ripple effect that goes to
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the entire country. if you're flying to seattle or los angeles, you could be delayed, too. it is a big problem. u.s. air and delta, offering waivers to passengers, meaning they can rebook their flights. the problem, george, that doesn't mean they get home for thanksgiving. >> so, david, if you're heading to the airport today, what do you do? >> reporter: a couple things. do not check a bag if you want to get on a plane. and a couple of things. go on the website, check the airline. sign up for their apps. and if something goes wrong, tweet. george and robin, i'll tweet you. i'm getting on a plane and i'll let you know how it's going at 0,000 feet. >> okay, david, thanks very much. let's go to josh and the other top stories. >> we're going to begin with new concerns about the future of u.s. troops in afghanistan. we learned that a deal that would keep american forces in afghanistan possibly through the year 2024 is now in jeopardy. afghan president hamid karzai is refusing to sign the deal unless the u.s. releases all afghan prisoners currently held at guantanamo bay. and a developing story along the mississippi river at this
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hour. the 140-foot towboat you see here has sunk to the bottom of the river. and is now reportedly leaking oil. it ran aground in la claire, iowa, carrying some 89,000 gallons of diesel fuel. that section of the river is now closed. president obama is renewing his push for immigration reform. but during a speech in california, he was forced to confront a heckler demanding that the president stop deportations. >> as a nation -- >> our families are separated. i need your help. there are thousands -- >> that's exactly what we're talking about here. >> you have the power to stop deportation from all -- >> actually, i don't. but it won't be as easy as just shouting. it requires us lobbying and getting it done. >> later, the president held a fund-raiser at former laker earvin "magic" johnson's mansion
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in beverly hills. each guest paid up to $15,000 to attend. and a massive fire overnight at the fruit packing plant you see here in oregon. as you see, the flames towering into the sky. it apparently started in some wooden bins on the property. thankfully, no one was injured. and a shocking scene caught on camera. a tiger going on the attack at a zoo in australia. a tourist's camera caught the moment that the tiger turned violent, mauled its trainer, briefly holding him, in fact, under water. other staff members ran in. you see here, the trainer does slip. he is dragged by his colleagues to safety. the trainer suffered two neck wounds. he was air-lifted to the hospital. he's in serious but stable condition this morning. this happened at the same zoo started by the late crocodile hunter, steve irwin. and finally, we now know what a florida fisherman caught here off the coast of miami the other day. enjoy this one, sam. you can see, it wasn't immediately obvious. it's an 800-pound something.
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>> looks like a sting ray. >> it's actually a hook skate. >> that's a skate? >> of course. >> they're rarely seen because they live at the bottom of the ocean at depths around 1,000 feet. but now, in miami, sam -- >> yeah? >> these things are coming to the surface to say hello. so, i want you to enjoy that next time you're down there. >> that's a giant skate. >> big, big, big fish. >> thank you, josh. now, to the new clues just revealed about the mind of a madman. details emerging about the newtown school massacre gunman. who took the lives of 20 children and 6 school staffers last december. a report about the rampage is out. and abc's brian ross is here with the latest on that. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, robin. the 11-month investigation was closed with authorities saying they were unable to determine the motive of the shooting that led to so many being killed. >> 6-7. sandy hook school. caller is indicating, she thinks there's something shooting in the building. >> reporter: the report found that the shooting rampage took
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only 11 minutes. >> the shooter's apparently still shooting. >> reporter: as to why 20-year-old adam lanza targeted the school and then killed himself, the state prosecutor said his investigation does not establish a conclusive motive. >> what's clear is that the culprit is adam lanza. and all those who wish to blame drugs or video games or lax gun laws or even nancy lanza, are misplaced. >> reporter: for the first time, officials released photos taken inside lanza's home, where he had first killed his mother, nancy. his bedroom and computer room, with the windows covered by black garbage bags, were the lair of a recluse. there was a shooting range target with holes in it. video games that authorities say he spent hours playing. an open gun safe with a teddy bear on top. and news clippings dating back to the 1890s that showed an obsession with mass murders, in particular, the columbine shootings. >> his entire world was, i think, planning some event like this shooting. >> reporter: officials say lanza
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communicated online with others interested in mass murders. but he destroyed his hard drive before leaving on his deadly mission. out of consideration for the families, other material from the investigation that might ordinarily be made public, is still being withheld, including 911 calls and photos of the young victims. to the relief of nicole hockley, whose son, dylan, was among those killed. she talks with lara spencer. >> it's not in anybody's interest. it's not the way i want dill on the be remembered. >> reporter: the report says lanza had significant mental health issues. and in the end, only communicated with his mother by e-mail. &-p lanza was well enough to plan an attack, including the taking of his own life, all of the guns legally purchased by his mother. >> in many ways, it's hard to believe we're coming up on a year since that happened. brian, thank you. >> thanks, guys. we're going to turn, now, to the government crackdown on genetic testing company, 23 and me. the fda says the google-backed company has to stop selling the
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at-home tests that claim to tell you if you're at risk of developing certain diseases. bianna golodryga was tested and brings us the story. >> you're 3% -- >> east asian. >> reporter: oprah's done it. john legend, too. >> this is crazy. >> reporter: even kevin bacon used it. >> wow. >> reporter: no, not to play six degrees of kevin bacon, but to prove it through genetic testing. a way to determine heritage and unearth potential genetic medical risks. the online genetic testing company 23 and me brought the normally expensive procedures to the masses, with its $99 home saliva test. one of its slogans, strike back before cancer has a chance to strike. but now, the fda says the company has not provided any medical scientific evidence behind their claims. so, the agency is demanding 23 and me discontinue marketing those kits immediately. >> hundreds of things about my health. >> reporter: citing possible health consequences by false positive testing.
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23andme is run by ann wojcicki. who is in the midst of a very public separation from google's sergey brin, whose company backed the startup. in 2009, i sat down with anne. and she told me the at-home test would prove for as many as 250 different conditions. from lactose intolerance, to parkinson's. >> i'm really focused also on the prevention. >> reporter: a spokesperson for 23and34e me tells abc, quote, our relationship with the fda is extremely important to us. and we are committed to fully engaging with them to address their concerns. for "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, new york. we're going to bring in abc news chief medical and health editor, dr. richard besser. i know you have concerns about these kits. >> i do. it's one thing to use a kit to find out about your ancestors or your risk of going bald. but if you're looking at medical information, your risk of the brca gene, for cancer, you want to make sure it's accurate.
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and in fact, by law, it has to be approved by the fda. fda says none of the home test kits have gone through that. and none have been approved. right now, the best way to know your risk, you know, for something like brca, you get a formal test. but other things you want to know about your family history, find out what diseases ran in the family. >> it's thanksgiving. family is going to be around the table. have the conversation. >> sit down and ask those questions. have that conversation. >> i know you want to talk about something else. the -- what's called the plan-b contraceptive pill. >> this is really important. the european manufacturer of that pill said yesterday that they want to change the label to indicate that the pill does not work in any woman that is greater than 176 pounds. >> why is that? >> they wanted to see why it didn't work for some people. they found that weight was a big issue. this brand of pill is not the same here. but it's the same pill in the plan-b over the counter. so if you're in need of emergency contraception,
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there's a prescription product called ella that works a little better if you're a heavier woman. or the most effective is a copper iud. but that isn't covered by all insurance. make sure you understand, the morning-after pill is not 100% effective. especially if you're a larger woman. >> okay. thank you, rich. >> thanks, guys. prince harry time, now. giving his first interview from antarctica as he treks to the south pole to support wounded warriors. it is a grueling expedition. but lama hasan reports it hasn't dampened harry's trademark sense of fun. >> reporter: this morning, one final briefing before prince harry begins his latest adventure. his face says it all. sporting a ginger beard and looking all rugged. speaking out for the first time since hitting the antarctic. opening up about his sibling rivalry with his brother, prince william. >> i think he is jealous that i managed to get away from a screaming child. >> reporter: he says his father is worried about harry's latest adventure.
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>> try to keep him calm by saying the north pole is the dangerous one because you're walking on a frozen ocean. but apart from frostbite and stuff like that, you should be able to look after yourself, as long as you just head south. >> reporter: harry has been training for months for this grueling expedition. a three-week-long race to reach the south pole. navigating some of the harshest terrain on earth. in minus 49-degree temperatures and 90-mile-per-hour winds. braving it for the same charity he went to the north pole for. walking with the wounded, which helps injured servicemen and women. being snowed in and all the weather delays made harry question his sanity. >> me and my big mouth. there's no way i could have dropped out of this. no way i couldn't have done it. and also, it's a great opportunity. i know it's slightly mad. >> reporter: even joking around about trying to drop out of the trek. >> i obviously broke my toe hoping to get out of the trip. that was a massive fail on my
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part. friends of mine said, you really need to go that step further and break your leg. i chose not to. >> reporter: for "good morning america," lama hasan, london. >> a massive fail. sam, not quite antarctic up here, but some cold and snow as well. >> we told you about the rain and wind that starts in the deep south and works all the way up the coastline. that's tuesday, into wednesday, the big travel day, as well. already, we had snowflakes flying from cincinnati all the way through, well, call it cleveland. charleston, elkins, west virginia, pittsburgh, a little bit of snow. these are the totals that will keep going up as the low gets close to us. by 7:00 tomorrow morning, the low is parked right over the new york city area. syracuse, buffalo, erie, really getting walloped. and that snow will stay around there even as that low departs. i'm not sure that the coastal areas, new york to boston, don't see a wintry mix as the low pulls away, just because the air is so cold behind it. here's where it's great. call palm springs, 74.
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san francisco, i'm in love with you, at 62.
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>> tuesday's trivia, brought to you by j.c. penney. and take a look at the map. the trend is great weather. we need to clear the east coast. and we do that by thanksgiving day. >> very, very good advice. thank you, sam. >> i love how lara just chimes in. running commentary throughout. coming up, the latest twist in olympic champion bode miller's bitter custody fight. why he walked into the courtroom with his baby son but not out. and a new warning for parents about a dangerous teen craze, after a frightening injury for a california boy. and it was a huge night in the ballroom for the couple scoring perfect 10s. and emotional interview from the couple eliminated. all to the maelstrom in central park. sara haines in the middle of a one direction sea. sara, how's it looking? >> i'm in central park with thousands of fans who have been waiting all night.
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don't worry, santa will find us. ♪ [ female announcer ] this christmas, light santa's way with the hallmark santa signal ornament. good morning. i'm eric thomas. breaking news in hayward where police are investigating reports of shots fired at an apartment complex. this was the scene from sky 7 hd a short time ago over the apartment complex on b near vermont street.
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it appears police are questioning residents at the complex. officers say they got several calls of gunfire in the area. no word yet on any victims or arrests. developing news from oakland where police are trying to figure out what sparked a shooting that left seven men wounded. it happened near 96th avenue and olive street last night. two of the men are in critical condition. no word on a motive. here's leyla with traffic ncht thanks, eric. we're taking you to southbound jose around coyote where we have this sigalert. a tractor-trailer carrying a double trailer overturned. it's on its side on the bailey avenue offramp will be shut down for the next four hours. so far not seeing any slowing out there. farther to the north just south of the sfo northbound side of 101 broadway that is where we have an accident involving a motorcycle with delays. eric. leyla, thank y
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good morning. check out the beautiful picture of the high clouds. as we look to the south, not quite as hazy as yesterday, but we have the spare the air quality. no burning wood anywhere. temperatures in the 30s in the north bay, concord, rest of us in the 40s to 51 in
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we love you, one direction. >> we have been waiting all night. thank you for these midnight memories, one direction. >> love you, harry. marry us. >> camped out all night. we're freezing. but we love you, one direction. >> look at those bright, shiny faces. at 3:00 in the morning. and look at them right now, they're in central park. counting down one direction. there they are, getting off the bus. liam, niall, harry, louis, zayn. one direction. coming right up to the stage right now. oh, man. the excitement there is so intense. sara haines, what's it like? >> it is absolutely crazy here right now. the guys are literally 20 feet from me. i have never seen anything like this. the ground is shaking. but we can't wait for you guys to join us.
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it is palpable up here. right, guys? back to you. >> was that sara? >> i couldn't tell if that was sara or a teeny bopper. no matter. >> i think everyone is a teeny bopper today. >> absolutely. thank you, sara. we're going to join you out there in just moments. and one direction, they are so wonderful. they wanted to be in the park. they wanted a free concert. they love their fans. and before one direction fever takes over, a new warning for parents ahead, about a thrill-seeking teen craze, after a california boy injured himself in a very scary accident. and then we switch gears to who will take home the mirrorball trophy tonight? three couples left for tonight's blockbuster "dancing with the stars" finale. bill engvall, i know george was bummed, you really liked him, and his partner sent home last night after a great run. we're going to hear from them just ahead. >> and after-party here tomorrow. we're going to begin with
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the dramatic moment in bode miller's custody battle. the olympic ski champion squared off with his ex-girlfriend in court yesterday. and by the end of the day, bode had to give up his 9-month-old boy, at least for now. paula faris is following the case and she joins us now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. this morning, bode miller's son is temporarily back with the boy's mother. but the battle is far from over. and it's one that could have a significant impact on the rights of pregnant women. olympic gold medalist bode miller arrived at a new york city family court monday, carrying his son, with his wife at his side. but after the hearing, that little boy left with someone else. his mother. sara mckenna, who posed for the cameras. miller and mckenna never married but are fighting over the custody of their 9-month-old. that battle so contentious, they can't even agree on their son's name. he calls him nate. she calls him sam. miller is the most successful american male downhill skier in olympic history. >> by 0.03 of a second, bode
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miller! >> reporter: mckenna, a former marine and firefighter, who became pregnant after a brief relationship with the skier in 2012. while pregnant, she moved from california to new york to study at columbia, only after she claims he wanted little to do with the boy. what kind of precedent could this case set? >> if a court ends up telling a pregnant woman where she can and can't travel, based on where the baby may be born, that definitely sets a precedent. i think a dangerous one. >> reporter: miller's lawyer says he is not able to talk about the ongoing case. but in court monday, miller's lawyer asked for mckenna to admit to a parenting schedule and shared custody. mckenna's lawyer, argued miller, whose busy travel and training schedule for the upcoming winter olympics, would prevent him from spending sufficient time with his son. now, the little boy will remain with his mother until december 9th, which is their next hearing.
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but robin, it had already been arranged that he would spend the thanksgiving holiday with his mother. >> all right. thanks so much, paula. appreciate it. now, to the latest on the alleged murder for hire we've been following in las vegas. amy bessey is charged with plotting to kill her husband in a drive-by shooting with her brother and her son carrying out the crime. she took the stand in her own defense. and abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: shortly after taking the stand monday afternoon, amy bessey admitted that she had wished out loud that her husband were dead. >> i was fed up. i just wanted it to be done. i just said it. i wish he was dead. >> reporter: but she said she only wished it. but never asked for it. >> did you ever ask anybody to murder robert bessey? >> no, i did not. >> reporter: bessey is accused of planning to kill her husband of 18 years in a botched november 2012 drive-by shooting, carried out by her brother and son. the motive, according to the prosecution, their divorce was
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less than a month away from being finalized. and robert had not yet removed her as the beneficiary of his $250,000 life insurance policy. >> did you believe that you would still get robert's life insurance money at that point? >> no. >> why not? >> i was divorced. >> reporter: amy bessey has pleaded not guilty to all seven felony charges in the shooting that wounded but didn't kill robert bessey. >> i felt a hot sensation here. and towards the back of my neck. >> reporter: the 43-year-old las vegas woman described her then-estranged husband as a violent man. he admitted on the stand that things got physical between the two of them. so physical, she also suggested if she'd wanted to kill him, she could have. >> well, he took his fist to my face. he took his knees to my ribs. and got my purse and i walked out the door. >> is there a firearm in that purse? >> yes. >> reporter: bessey's brother and son face similar charges. their trial is set to begin in february.
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both have pleaded not guilty. if convicted, amy bessey could face up to 91 years in jail. closing arguments are set to begin this morning. >> thank you so much, linsey. going to turn to the teen craze parkour. it's a sport where thrillseekers scale buildings, even jump across roof tops. now one california teen is in a coma after a parkour accident. john muller has the story. >> reporter: with the high-flying maneuvers, they resemble urban acrobats. flip after flip. jumping from buildings. or floor to floor. scaling the ledges. and running. through the real-world obstacle courses of their own design. >> basically, you're trying to get from point "a" to point "b" in the shortest amount of time. by jumping over stuff. >> reporter: it's called parkour. and its popularity is gaining all over the world. but this morning, many are questioning the risks involved
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in this high-stakes game after a northern california teen was found unconscious with serious head trauma. police say he may have fallen off a roof while attempting parkour. >> detectives discovered that several months ago, this young man and several of his friends were actually here on this same campus and were engaged in parkour. >> i see videos of it on facebook. just never from, like, that high of a roof. >> reporter: parkour started in france. but gained notoriety, after being featured in the james bond film, "casino royale." and matt damon's "bourne identity." ♪ youtube and facebook are littered with parkour tutorials. and while investigate ners california can't say for sure that parkour caused the young man's fall, the investigation into his death is continuing. >> that's scary stuff there. >> to say the least. time for another check of the weather. let's get over to sam. sam? >> we've already been talking
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about the rain and the snow that goes along with this storm on the travel day. behind it will be the big push of frigid air. you're going to notice the temperatures go down and the cold, dry air working in. as soon as the rain starts to depart. already drying. but take a look at the right-now windchills. dallas at 29 degrees. oklahoma city at 22. when you get to houston at 29 degrees, the real temperature in houston today will be in the 40s. that's 20 degrees cooler than it should be. that's how powerful this push of cold, dry air is. it doesn't get to the coastline, the east coast, until you get probably into thursday. at that point, everybody's starting to get drier. on the west coast, beautiful weather. but we have a little air stagnation problem. there's an air stagnation advisory out for at least, what looks like about three states, including northern idaho. it is gorgeous in the southwest, though. and the idea is all this dry air starts to sweep across the country, right after that big east coast storm departs.
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>> we'll have more from sam in a moment. coming up, the escalating legal battle over a valuable portrait of farrah fawcett in court. why her long-time lover, ryan o'neal, says it's his. and miranda lambert is taking on her critics. the country star reveals how she really lost all that weight. randa lambert, the country singer, addresses her critics how she really lost all that weight. give me a second, pete. go. man's second best friend. brew the love. keurig.
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welcome back. it is 7:43. farrah fawcett at the center of a legal battle in l.a. at issue, who owns an andy warhol portrait of her that could be worth millions and millions of dollars. ryan o'neal says it's his. and now, it's up to the jury. nick watt has the story. >> reporter: she was the
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embo embodyment of a 1970s sex symbol. "charlie's angels." and an american icon. now, it's her long-time love, ryan o'neal, and the university of texas, locked in a legal battle. over a pair of stunning fawcett portraits. >> that's nice. that's great. >> reporter: created more than 30 years ago, by andy warhol. >> your hair is so beautiful. >> reporter: o'neal, the "love story" heartthrob is now 72 years old and he's in court. flanked by his sons. >> if it was a soup can by andy warh warhol, we wouldn't be here today. it's his lover. the person that he spent most of his life with. >> reporter: problem is, fawcett left artwork and any objects of art to the university of texas, which argued both portraits belonged to fawcett, so both belong to them. one isn't enough? >> it's not a question of one isn't enough. it's a question of what farrah wanted. she said all. and at least in texas, all means all. >> reporter: o'neal claims warhol gave one to him that hung
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in his home, until he asked fawcett to store it during an off-again period during their tumultuous relationship. >> he's got a girlfriend. the photo of his exis right over the bed. she was uncomfortable. >> reporter: after fawcett's death, the multimillion dollar portrait was spotted once again hanging on o'neal's pad on his reality show. the university wants to reunite the pair. and o'neal wants to give his and fawcett's only child a portrait of his mother. for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> this is not over yet. coming up, a tense night ahead on "dancing with the stars." the final three competing for the mirrorball trophy. and the ground is shaking in central park. one direction, about to take the stage. you better stay with us. yeah, you better, because i'm told to shout now over a shot of the crowd. "play of the day." [ female announcer ] neil lane designs for hollywood's biggest stars. let's have a look. who is it for?
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right then. here's "the play of the day." >> i'm going to call it speed chores if only because we have a place to go today. >> yeah. >> and sam's already there. >> he is already there. he's making us look terrible. annoying tasks, everyday things. let's get them by as quickly as we possibly can. especially this time of year. when you want to hang with family. you remember this, the speed folding back in june. >> awesome. >> didn't you try it? >> i did not do well. this is us. look at us. each worse than the next. >> we were such kids back then. >> yeah. >> i remember this. >> i was home folding that. >> well, this guy up next. we may want to -- you may want to retain the services thursday because, take a look -- a lot of dishes to wash in the house. >> are they getting clean, too? >> they are super clean. 32. >> 32.
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>> in about 20 seconds. >> i would like to inspect them. >> they can't be clean. >> i'm just taking some liberty. >> you know what? no follow-ups. >> we have 1:20 today. >> oh, good. >> probably a new world record. >> all right. this is it. one direction time. let's go. let's go. who is with me? >> i'm with you. [ male announcer ] introducing new fast acting advil. with an ultra-thin coating and fast absorbing advil ion core™ technology, it stops pain before it gets worse. nothing works faster. new fast acting advil. look for it in the white box. before redeeming their bank of america travel rewards points on more than just flights for their recent trip to paradise. before they went to paradise and paid for the car rental, snorkeling, lava tour, and hulu lessons.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. a candlelight vigil is planned at john f. kennedy high school in fremont to honor a long-time high school coach who died while trying to help others. 76-year-old john web was struck by a car saturday morning. chp says he was trying to direct drivers around an accident. meteorologist mike nicco is here with the forecast. >> all right. couple weather headlines we're working on. good morning everybody. high clouds and sunshine is one of them, but it's our second spare ft air. poorest air quality possibly in the north bay but all of us banned from burning wood. our best chance of wet weather
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thanksgiving and it's mainly in the south bay. leyla. we have a sigalert in effect that's going to be blocking off bailey off off ramp from northbound 101 until at least 10:00 this morning. take you right back up to sfo this accident still gumming up the commute northbound 101 at broadway. heavy backups northbound side
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. we have your front row seat to the hottest concert of the year. the only place you can see one direction, up close and personal, taking your questions, before they hit center stage for a blockbuster, live concert. >> let's start this party right now, "gma." and perfect 10s in an action-packed dance-off. as bill and emma stay good-bye to the ballroom. we're just hours away from the final battle for the mirrorball trophy. as we say -- >> good morning, america.
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>> look at that crowd. >> it's amazing. >> we have never had such a large crowd waiting for us. and they're not waiting for us. they're waiting for the hottest band in the world, one direction. one direction getting ready to take the stage. many of the fans waiting all night to see their band. >> so excited for one direction. just minutes away, right now. sam, i know you're backstage waiting for them. >> not only am i really backstage, george, but i have the guys with me right now. this is the only place where there aren't 1,000 screaming people per square foot. we're backstage. this is a very special wall. everybody sent pictures about the story of their lives. now, you guys, they're all going to want to hear later this morning about the story of your lives. are you ready to go? are you ready to perform?
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>> we're ready to go. we've been up. everyone's been waiting for us all night. >> are you feeling ready? >> i feel good. >> it's so cold. >> it is a little chilly. are you all ready? >> good to go. let me show you where the stage is. come with me. and we'll show you the layout. you go right upstairs here, that's the big stage. the audience is already there, waiting for you. you take off and we'll see you in a minute. go, be great. now, if you come with me this way, you're going to go right in front of the audience. take a look at the incredible, incredible full area of central park. we don't have another square inch for anybody in the park. josh? >> is it just me, but does he look like the sixth member of one direction? >> sam's ready -- sam, are you ready for your close-up? >> yeah, josh. i'm ready. i'm here. i'm ready. you couldn't get anymore ready. look at this crowd. >> so great. >> i'm watching the preteens in
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the studio who are going to ride up with us. they are glued. they are glued. >> that's remarkable. >> there's so many parents out in that crowd thinking, finally. thank god, they're here. they made it. if you want to hang with us today, please do. tracking everything behind the scenes for you. you can get on social media. it's our "good morning america" twitter account, our vine account, as well. #1dongma. >> we're not going to stay away from 1d for too long. but we're going to talk about "dancing with the stars." tonight's the finale. >> the winner will be here with us. >> the whole kit and kaboodle. also, talking about miranda lambert's weight loss. we'll get to that. first, get to josh. >> sam has been telling us about it all morning long. the huge storm, menacing dozens of states and turning -- or threatening to turn a thanksgiving getaway into a nightmare for millions of people. the eastern part of the country
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will officially get slammed over the next 24 hours. pounding rain on the way, sleet, snow, heavy winds, as well. dealt and u.s. airways, waiving fees around travelers to change their flight. and sam will have his forecast, whatever disastrous, in moments. a political storm could be brewing in the nation's capital. the supreme court is expected to announce today whether it will take up a birth control dispute tied to obama care. dozens of companies are suing over the mandate that forces them to provide contraceptives to their workers. despite their religious objections. and the man who pleaded guilty to buying cocaine. the chairman of florida's republican party calling on trey radel to step down. radel is currently on a leave of absence and in rehab. new developments in the ohio rape case that touched off a national controversy. the school superintendent, assistant football coach and two other school employees in
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steubenville, ohio, have been charged with lying or failing to report possible child abuse. they are accused of trying to cover up the assault of a drunken teenager by two high school football players. an unusual customer at a new jersey yogurt shop to show you. unhuman, literally. a deer, in through the window. just checking out the merchandise. i would react that way if i saw a deer checking out said merchandise. slippery floors. they got the floors nice and waxed. the deer took five until they opened up the back door. and off it went to be a deer. what do you know? finally, a delicate rescue operation in dallas. a very delicate one. a white lab puppy got stuck in a storm drain. no one realized it until they heard barking from the street beneath it. they think the pup was down there for some ten days. but she wouldn't come out easily.
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they had to lure her with dog food into a trap. but there she is, pulled to safety. i think we saw mom, actually, there, waiting on her to come out. apparently, she is being put up for adoption. i think momma lab is going to have something to say about that. >> lara, you can't take another dog. >> please. >> we have two good candidates. lara, 86 is enough. there is a state cap in connecticut. >> someone, please. to a good home. >> it's law. back out to sam with that weather. >> i have never felt more alive than right this moment in central park, with a bunch of folks behind me, who have been here all night and all day. where are you from? >> florida. >> you're from florida. >> richmond, virginia. >> you got that. where are you from? >> upstate new york. >> chicago. >> a little chicago, as well. just about everybody from everywhere is here. i see you guys. we'll get down there. let's get to the boards. one or two things you need to know about today before you head out. you have 13 states in the
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weather watches, warnings or advisories are. and this is where the cold air will be pulling in. there's some snow involved in this storm system. we left it dry for you today in central park. but don't come tomorrow because it will be wet. here comes the arctic blast, all gett >> what may be the most amazing concert in "gma" history, happening right here, right now. we're on the front lines.
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why don't we go back in the studio to lara. >> on my way there. here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." in "pop news," why melissa mccarthy is throwing in the towel. we'll explain. an emotional interview with the booted couple. too bad. hate to see them go. out of the final four, as we count down to tonight's blockbuster finale. one direction, did we mention? we have a concert for you in central park. we're vining and tweeting all behind the scene moments. please, follow along with us. and stay with us because it's coming up on "good morning america," live in central park.
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♪ i want to stay up all night and jump around with you ♪ there it is, central park. the crowd bigger than we've ever seen. it's been growing all night long. getting louder by the second. one direction coming up. first, we have to get "pop news." >> it doesn't get bigger than that.
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major pop in central park. right here in "pop news" we begin with melissa mccarthy. she is ready for black friday. has her holiday sweater on. in a game show-style commercial for old navy. >> name a thanksgiving meal. >> nachos. turkey nachos. >> it is really funny, as is everything she does. >> she's hilarious. >> so funny. you have to see the whole thing. she's just the best. old navy got her to promote a million-dollar giveaway contest they have for black friday or brown thursday. and we have exclusive sneak peek this morning. the trailer for "son of god." the brand-new movie from the producers of "the bible," telling the story of jesus, beginning with his birth. >> jesus of nazareth, you are charged with blasphemy.
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>> he has employed demons to heal. he threatened to destroy the temple. >> tell us, are you the son of god? >> i am. >> blasphemer. >> so compelling. "son of god" in theaters in late february. you can see the whole trailer at goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! a major piece of hollywood history put on the auction block. the maltese falcon statue from the 1941 humphrey bogart thriller, commanded a price over $4 million. this is the one and only figurine used in the film. it's not the only to go top-dollar. the bat mobile went for $4 million. and rudy garland's slippers went for $2 million.
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but the falcon statue, over $4 million. that's why we break for yard sales. and finally, a dose of cute on this tuesday, like you need one with one direction here. take a look at -- i didn't name him. his name is supertongue. he is an italian greyhound. but a woman in connecticut saw his pictures and had to have him. she flew to colorado and has his own facebook page. he is all about raising awareness about puppy mills. super tongue. i try to use proper english, as you know. >> why does it -- >> well, because he's missing a few teeth. minor detail. he's a rescue. he is safe and happy. and she saved him. we thank you. that's "pop news," everybody. thanks, lara. turn to the rumors around
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miranda lambert. slamming reports that she had weight loss surgery. sara haines has the story. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: she won big. ♪ >> reporter: and rocked the stage at the country music awards. ♪ a song i could sing along >> reporter: but miranda lambert debuted more than her duet with keith urban that night. what had tongues wagging, was her svelte new figure. noticeably thinner than at the kentucky derby. blake shelton couldn't help but tweet, my wife is so hot, it's ridiculous. >> i fluctuate all the time in my weight. it's really annoying. >> reporter: at the time, she told e! news and "people" magazine, it's all about diet and exercise. >> i have been working a lot. and working out and drinking juice. >> reporter: but soon came the rumors that lambert underwent weight loss surgery.
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this morning, the "white lair" singer is calling the reports just that, lies. writing on her blog, i wanted to set the record straight. i lost my weight the healthy and good old-fashioned way. watching what i eat and working out. >> safe weight loss is one to two pounds a week. she's a petite woman. so, it's within realistic expectations that she would have lost the weight, as she claims. >> reporter: lambert says, it's not about a scale. it's about how you feel. and on november 10th, when i turned 30, my skinny jeans were finally baggy. mission accomplished. >> she doesn't normally comment or speak to things in the tabloids. but this time, she felt it was important to set the record straight. ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," sara haines, abc news, new york. >> all right. it is the final countdown on "dancing with the stars."
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the pressure is intense. just three couples left standing ahead of tonight's blockbuster finale. bill engvall and emma slater, he was sent home on monday night. and melissa rycroft talked to them about their improbable run. >> reporter: the countdown is on, to see who will be taking home the mirrorball trophy. >> everybody is dancing with heightened anxiety tonight. >> reporter: emotions, running high on the dance floor. as the last four couples edge closer to the prize. corbin bleu, channeling the king of pop, for a perfect freestyle. and amber riley, lighting up the ballroom with her charleston. >> that was so high-voltage, there is a power surge across the country. ♪ >> reporter: and jack osbourne
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showing how far he's come, despite the many challenges in his way. >> that was a true show-stopper. >> there you go. >> he shaved his chest. >> reporter: you did? you shaved it for this. i thought you were a baldy. >> we know that's not right. >> reporter: you should spray paint the abs on. >> we were going to. >> reporter: despite bill engvall's viewer popularity, he's hanging up his dancing shoes. >> this has been a lifetime experience. i will never forget this. >> reporter: the show is so much more than dancing. >> it really is. >> you come up with team spirit. it's like you guys against the world. >> it's something i'll look back on when i'm 80 years old and go, that was cool. >> reporter: hours away from crowning a season 17 champion. so, who will it be? for "good morning america," melissa rycroft, abc news, los angeles.
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>> everybody's doing such a great job. and be sure to watch the finale of "dancing with the stars" tonight at 9:00, 8:00 central here on abc. all four couples will be right here in times square tomorrow morning for our "dancing with the stars" after-party. and we want you to tell us which star you think will take home that mirrorball trophy. it's so hard to tell. cast your vote on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! robin? >> lara, you want to get out here. you should see the crowd here at central park. it's hard to believe that a few years ago, they were strangers. meeting on the set of "the x-factor." we now know them as the world phenom group, one direction. we're going to hear from them in a moment. here they come, right now. how are you? >> good. >> harry.
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>> hey. i'm great. you? we have chairs for you. >> good morning. >> good morning. take a seat. >> hello. >> hello, fellas. hello, harry. this is how you roll. this is how it is always -- >> we don't usually roll this early. >> yeah. >> not this early? or this cold. >> to be honest, this is so nice. we can't believe how many people showed up in the cold. >> come on, liam. come on. you all have been teasing us, saying that you have a big announcement. something that has not been said before. right now. so, what is it? >> next year, as you know, we're doing our tour, the where we are tour. and we're bringing it to north america. the tickets for the tour go on sale on the 7th of december this
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year. we will be playing our first show on the 1st of august in toronto. so, we're very excited. >> wonderful. you know, i have to say, first of all, you killed it at the american music awards. >> thank you very much. >> wonderful, wonderful performance. the two awards. your third album just came out last night. "midnight memories." already number one in almost 100 countries. let me ask -- have you had a chance to kind of sit back, take a breath and take it all in? >> i think it's such a hard thing to grasp, really. we were in the room yesterday. and we had a little bit of a toast and a celebration. it's such a hard thing to get your head around. it's testament to how amazing our fans are, you know? >> the new one, harry, you did a lot more writing. >> yes.
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>> and we had some of your followers on twitter, they were asking, does it add additional pressure, knowing that you were doing so much writing? >> i think so. i think, you know, ask anyone putting out music that you've written, it means something to you. and it's you. and you are kind of in the songs, i think. that's more precious. and we were definitely nervous about it, for sure. and it's being received so well. >> it is. >> we're proud and really happy. >> how about you, liam? >> it's incredible. we can't believe that we got to write on the album this year. it's amazing. but our fans have got us here. we have the power to sit and enjoy and write our music. get off my shoes. >> he's -- >> number one question, guys. the number one question, asked by your twitter followers, who is still available? who is still on the market? you saw the two hands.
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zayn, you're completely off the market. congratulations. >> thank you. >> you and terry, are you closer to setting the date for the wedding? >> not yet. >> you have time. you have time. thank you for taking this time to talk with us. they want to hear you sing. we're going to do that. congratulations. >> thank you. >> spend a little time with your families for the holiday? >> of course. >> for sure. >> happy thanksgiving. >> well, you truly are giving us a gift by being here. and let me say, they wanted this. they wanted a free concert in the park, for you. and you have shown up. >> there it is.
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>> so, one direction. we're going to hear from them in a moment.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. hayward police are still at an apartment complex investigating reports of shots fired in the area. this was the scene from sky 7 hd a little more than an hour ago over the apartment complex on b near vermont street. police who arrived questioned residents of the complex. officers say they received several calls of gunfire in the area, but so far they have not found any victims or any evidence of a shooting. developing news out of oakland where police are trying to figure out what sparked a shooting that left seven men wounded. it happened near 96th avenue and olive street last night. two of the men are in critical condition. no word on a motive yet. here's leyla with traffic. eric, we still have backups on 101. if you're heading right up to
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sfo in the northbound direction, seven miles of it due to an earlier crash. as i take you over to 280 this accident involving an overturned vehicle on southbound 280 right at highway 92 has lanes blocked and also causing delays coming right through burlingame.
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good morning. thicker high clouds today, but you can still see haze hanging around. poor air quality once again.
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no wood burning. accuweather seven-day forecast, pretty mild southerly flow keeps our temperatures pretty close to average. thursday, i think welcome back. good morning, america. all week long, we asked you to send in the stories of your life in photos. and i know we're taking a look at some of them now. oh. those are terrific. stories told, with just snapshots. and, oh, if i could have a snapshot of what we are seeing right now. unbelievable. the time has arrived, robin. >> it has, indeed. you have come to see one direction. and their mass hit. do the honors, josh been >> what wants to hear a song or two? from their just-released album, "midnight memories," it is, quite literally, "best song ever."
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best song ever. >> central park. >> woo. >> you ready? ♪ maybe it's the way she walked wow ♪ ♪ straight into my heart and stole it ♪ ♪ through the doors and past the guards ♪ ♪ just like she already owned it ♪ ♪ i said, can you give it back to me ♪ ♪ she said never in your wildest dreams ♪ ♪ and we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ we knew every line now i can't remember ♪ ♪ how it goes but i know
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that i won't forget her ♪ ♪ 'cause we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ i think it went oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ i think it went yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ i think it goes oh ♪ said her name was georgia rose ♪ ♪ and her daddy was a dentist said i had a dirty mouth ♪ ♪ i said, can i take you home with me ♪ ♪ she said, never in your wildest dreams ♪ >> here we go! ♪ and we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ we knew every line now i can't remember ♪ ♪ how it goes but i know that i won't forget her ♪ ♪ 'cause we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ i think it went oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ i think it went yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ i think it goes oh
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♪ you know, i know you know i'll remember you ♪ ♪ and i know, you know i hope you'll remember me ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ and you know, i know i hope you'll remember how we ♪ ♪ and i know, you know i hope you'll remember ♪ ♪ one, two one, two, three ♪ ♪ how we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ we knew every line now i can't remember ♪ ♪ how it goes but i know that i won't forget her ♪ ♪ 'cause we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ we knew every line no ♪ now i can't remember how it goes ♪
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♪ but i know that i won't forgetter ♪ ♪ 'cause we danced all night to the best song ever ♪ ♪ i think it went oh, oh, oh ♪ ♪ i think it went yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ i think it goes oh >> central park. >> make some noise. [ cheers and applause ] >> 1dongma. that's the hash tag. 1dongma. send us your pictures. you can't be here. everybody take a picture. and everybody in the country, everybody in the world, will be able to see your pictures. not only the best song ever. maybe the best concert ever. we have one or two things going on this morning we thought we would share with you. let's start with twitter and facebook pictures and show you a little bit of arizona snow yesterday.
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we got this stuff kicking. we got the storm going into the west. and we picked up snow in lebanon, tennessee. we're getting a little snow from cincinnati, all the way into west virginia. there's some heavy rain coming along the coastline. as the storm roars up the coast, becoming a coast runner, really, by tomorrow morning, it's going to rain in central park. we're one day early here. and it's perfect conditions. tomorrow, there's the snowy edge of travel. there's rain on the east coast. most of the country is just fine during the day tomorrow. and everybody gets better by the time we get to thanksgiving. >> we have this gorgeous crowd. all that weather was brought to you by macy's. so much more coming up with
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[ cheers and applause ] central park is absolutely on fire this morning. it's chilly. but one direction keeping us warm, as they've continued to do. congratulations on number one in 96, 97 countries? >> probably 98 and counting right now. the album -- your third album. central park, we're in nature. we got a little nature in central park. the guys say this is your first time singing in central park. just a bird. a bird did a big dive through here. >> even wildlife loves you. >> wildlife storming the stage. we're going to do more music, third album, "midnight memory s memories." let's get to the video of "story of my life." >> everyone loves the song, "story of my life." can you tell us what it came
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down to, harry? >> i think it was about, just thinking about you and how you've grown up. and i think the video shows that. >> the video -- >> we have our families in the video. >> yeah. >> and that was fun. it was nice. >> everybody wants to know the story of your lives. part of the biggest story of your life is how much time you spend on the road touring. when you're away from home, what is it that you miss? what is it that you just -- the one thing, i'm crazy about missing when i hit the road. >> apart from our family and friends and stuff, i think i'd say my bed. you always miss the comfort of your own bed. >> it's true. >> i'm going to say an english breakfast. >> tell me an english breakfast. >> you need two or three pork sausages. couple of rations of bacon. >> rations? >> only rationed bacon. scrambled egg. hash browns. go on? >> it all sounds good. >> there you go. >> we don't have any of that here.
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but it sounds delicious. >> don't have rationed bacon here. >> russian or rationed bacon. i can't wait. we're going to hear more music. >> yes. >> let's get to it. is it "story of my life"? >> yeah. >> are you ready? one direction, "story of my life." ♪ written in these walls are the stories ♪ ♪ that i can't explain i leave my heart open ♪ ♪ but it stays right here empty for days ♪ ♪ she told me in the morning she don't feel the same ♪
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♪ about us in her bones seems to me that when i die ♪ ♪ these words will be written on my stone ♪ ♪ and i'll be gone gone tonight ♪ ♪ the ground beneath my feet is open wide ♪ ♪ the way that i've been holding on too tight ♪ ♪ with nothing in between ♪ the story of my life i take her home ♪ ♪ i drive all night to keep her warm ♪ ♪ and time is frozen the story of ♪ ♪ the story of the story of my life ♪ ♪ i give her hope i spend her love ♪ ♪ until she's broke inside the story of my life ♪ ♪ the story of
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the story of ♪ ♪ written on these walls are the colors that i can't change ♪ ♪ leave my heart open but it stays right here ♪ ♪ in its cage i know that in the morning ♪ ♪ now, i see us in the light upon a hill ♪ ♪ although i am broken my heart is untamed, still ♪ ♪ and i'll be gone gone tonight ♪ ♪ the fire beneath my feet is burning bright ♪ ♪ the way that i've been holding on so tight ♪ ♪ with nothing in between ♪ the story of my life i take her home ♪ ♪ i drive all night to keep her warm ♪
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♪ and time is frozen the story of ♪ ♪ the story of the story of my life ♪ ♪ i give her hope i spend her love ♪ ♪ until she's broke inside the story of my life ♪ ♪ the story of the story of ♪ ♪ and i'll be waiting for this time to come around ♪ ♪ but, baby, running after you is like chasing the clouds ♪ ♪ the story of my life i take her home ♪ ♪ i drive all night to keep her warm ♪ ♪ and time is frozen the story of my life ♪ ♪ i give her hope give her hope ♪
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♪ i spend her love until she's broke ♪ ♪ until she's broke inside inside ♪ ♪ the story of my life the story of, the story of ♪ ♪ the story of my life the story of my life ♪ ♪ the story of, the story of the story of my life ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ what a crowd here in central park. you ready for another song?
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how about the one that started it all. "what makes you beautiful." >> i want you to sing this one, central park. ♪ you're insecure don't know what for ♪ ♪ you're turning heads when you walk through the door ♪ ♪ don't need make-up to cover up ♪ ♪ being the way that you are is enough ♪ ♪ everyone else in the room can see it ♪ ♪ everyone else but you ♪ baby, you light up my world like nobody else ♪ ♪ the way that you flip your hair gets me overwhelmed ♪ ♪ but when you smile at the ground it ain't hard to tell ♪ ♪ you don't know oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ if only you saw what i can see ♪ ♪ you'd understand why i want you so desperately ♪ ♪ right now i'm looking at you and i can't believe ♪ ♪ you don't know
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oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ oh, oh that's what ♪ ♪ makes you beautiful >> central park, scream. ♪ so, come on you got it wrong ♪ ♪ to prove i'm right i put it in a song ♪ ♪ i don't know why you're being shy ♪ ♪ and turn away when i look into your eye, eye, eyes ♪ ♪ everyone else in the room can see it ♪ ♪ everyone else but you ♪ baby, you light up my world like nobody else ♪ ♪ the way that you flip your hair gets me overwhelmed ♪ ♪ but when you smile at the ground it ain't hard to tell ♪ ♪ you don't know oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ if only you saw what i can see ♪ ♪ you'd understand why i want you so desperately ♪ ♪ right now i'm looking at you and i can't believe ♪
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♪ you don't know oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ oh, oh that's what ♪ ♪ makes you beautiful oh, oh ♪ ♪ that's what makes you beautiful ♪ ♪ na, na, na, na, na, na, na na, na, na, na, na, na, na ♪ ♪ na, na, na, na, na, na, na na, na, na, na, na, na, na ♪ ♪ baby, you light up my world like nobody else ♪ ♪ the way that you flip your hair gets me overwhelmed ♪ ♪ but when you smile at the ground it ain't hard to tell ♪ ♪ you don't know oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ baby, you light up my world like nobody else ♪ ♪ the way that you flip your hair gets me overwhelmed ♪ ♪ but when you smile at the ground it ain't hard to tell ♪ ♪ you don't know oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ if only you saw what i can see ♪
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♪ you'd understand why i want you so desperately ♪ ♪ right now i'm looking at you and i can't believe ♪ ♪ you don't know oh, oh ♪ ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ ♪ oh, oh you don't know ♪ ♪ you're beautiful oh, oh ♪ ♪ that's what makes you beautiful ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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♪ ♪ it was everything and more that we expected from one direction. thank you, gentlemen. thank you very much. guys. absolutely. you want one more? one more? thank you. >> thank you. ♪ one, two, three, four ♪ babe, i'll take you there ♪ tell me ♪ just shout it out, yeah
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♪ you want me, too tell me, girl ♪ ♪ every time we touch yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ yeah, so tell me, girl if every time we ♪ ♪ touch you get this kind of rush ♪ ♪ baby, say yeah, yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ if you don't wanna take it slow ♪ ♪ and you just wanna take me home ♪ ♪ baby, say yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ and let me kiss you ♪ oh, baby, baby, don't you know you got what i need ♪ ♪ looking so good from your head to your feet ♪ ♪ come on come over here over here ♪ ♪ come on come over here yeah ♪ ♪ oh, i just wanna show you off to all of my friends ♪ ♪ making them drool down their chinny-chin-chins ♪ ♪ baby, be mine tonight mine tonight ♪ ♪ baby, be mine tonight yeah ♪ ♪ and if you you want me, too ♪
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♪ let's make a move ♪ yeah, so, tell me, girl if every time we ♪ ♪ touch you get this kind of rush ♪ ♪ baby, say yeah, yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ if you don't wanna take it slow, c'mon ♪ ♪ and you just wanna take me home ♪ ♪ baby, say yeah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ and let me kiss you and let me kiss you ♪ >> "gma."
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♪ ♪ ♪ i ♪ know i can't deny... ♪ that i got a new feeling ♪ deep inside... ♪ [ female announcer ] with five perfectly sweetened whole grains... you can't help but see the good.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. starting today a new holiday program for santa clara bay's flight car starts at san francisco international airport and l.a.x. and the airport in boston. flight car allows air travelers to rent out their vehicles while they're gone rather than pay for airport parking. forecast now, here's mike. speaking of holiday, how about jumping into the spirit tonight with spencer christian and mayor ed lee as they light the snowflakes on market street tonight. dress warmly, mid-50s by the time the lights come on at 6:30. we're going to top out in the low to mid-60s this afternoon. our bestce of rain is thanksgiving morning. leyla. mike, we still have this accident blocking one lane causing four miles of backups right into millbrae right up to highway 92, 12 miles is going to
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be your top speed there. drive carefully. eric. leyla, thank you announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the tony award-winning show, "700 sundays," funny man billy crystal. and from the series, "blue bloods," bridget moynahan. all next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: oh, my gosh!

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