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good morning, america. new this morning, movie theater mayhem. an armed man goes on the attack with this hatchet and a gun sending terrified moviegoers running for their lives. >> he pulled out a gun, and we all ran out of the theater. >> police on the scene in moments. they force him from the theater. a gunfight erupts. what was behind the attack? new this morning, high-stakes showdown. the stage set for tonight's big debate. the top ten republicans ready to face off, and the front-runner already under fire. did a secret phone call by president clinton help launch donald trump's campaign? will his rivals go on the attack? and a band of bounty hunters following a facebook tip surround this home terrifying the family of a police chief. >> open the door! >> the hunt for a fugitive that left the hunter behind bars. ♪ i'm just going to shake shake shake shake ♪
and trouble for taylor. the new video that has the "shake it off" superstar shaken up this morning. swift seeing red after a fan grabs her during a concert. how she managed to go on with the show in style. ♪ shake it off ♪ and good morning, america. let's get right to the news starting with that scene that is so scary and so sadly familiar these last few months, another attack at an american movie theater. >> yeah this time it was outside nashville during a showing of the movie "mad max." police and s.w.a.t. teams wasting no time descending on the scene. >> abc's steve osunsami there right now. he starts us off. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. this is now the second shooting at a movie theater in the last few weeks and people who were inside thought they were going to die. without question, this is making people across the country even more nervous about going to the movies. >> he pulled out like a hatchet and started attacking this
family and then pulled out a gun and we all ran out of the theater. >> reporter: police say this is the man who sent people running for their lives at a nashville area movie theater 29-year-old vicente david montano. witnesses say he stood up in the middle of an afternoon showing the new "mad max" movie wearing a surgical mask and two backpacks and carrying what police say now was a fake gun. he started hitting people with this hatchet and blasting them with pepper spray. around 1:13 p.m. the first 911 calls came in. >> it was a lot of shots. it was coming from the side of the theater. >> reporter: just minutes later an officer nearby responds. police say montano is firing a plastic gun that shoots plastic pellets but say it looks and sounds like a semiautomatic pistol. officer jonathan frith shoots back but with real bullets. montano answers him by filling the auditorium with pepper spray as terrified people inside the theater run. the police force him out of the theater where a small army is now waiting and firing.
he dies in a hail of gunfire. one of the theater's customers wounded in the shoulder by that hatchet says he's thankful no one else was seriously hurt. >> i would also like to thank all of the citizens who gathered around us, helped my daughter when we were pepper sprayed. that kind of gives me a little bit more faith in humanity again. >> reporter: police have yet to share a motive but underline this is the second attack at a movie theater this summer and they worry. >> this is maybe what we call the new normal, and we can't just shut down america. we carry on. >> reporter: police say this man had a history of mental health issues and given what happened in aurora and lafayette where people were killed they're thanking the police. george. >> they got there so fast. steve, thanks very much. we'll move on to breaking news in the search for that malaysian airlines flight that went missing a year and a half
ago. officials this morning say they have recovered more debris that may be from flight 370. as malaysian officials say a piece of wing washed ashore is from that plane, french officials will not confirm that yet. abc's david wright is in paris with all the latest. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, lara. we still don't know if that new debris is actually from flight 370. only one confirmed piece of the plane so far, and for the family members, understandable frustration at the mixed signals. they have the big answer they need but still so many questions. on reunion island new reports of wreckage handed over to the authorities here in france. >> we knew -- >> reporter: malaysian officials say it appears to be a plane window, some aluminum foil and some other items. but this is the only confirmed piece of the jigsaw puzzle conclusively identified by investigators as a wing flap from a boeing 777. there's only one plane of that type unaccounted for in the world, proof enough for the malaysian prime minister.
>> flight mh370 tragically ended in the southern indian ocean. >> reporter: but sources tell abc news the investigators here have not been able to match a serial number to the part. [ speaking a foreign language ] raising here it's a strong presumption the part is actually from the plane. we still don't know why the plane crashed or where, and even though the wing flap washed up on reunion island, the currents could have dragged it an ocean away from the crash site. >> the real answer to what's happened to this airplane is sitting at the bottom of the ocean. >> reporter: for those family members waiting so long, more frustration. >> i'm not disappointed. i'm disgusted. i think the whole 17 months has been horrible. it's been handled appallingly. >> reporter: even now still not the answers they need. >> it's a very painful thing to go through. not knowing anything. >> reporter: as for that new debris still unconfirmed, the french investigators will be
having a strong look at everything hoping that if they get more pieces of the puzzle, they may finally have some answers. george. >> we certainly hope so. okay, david, thanks very much. we're going to turn now to tonight's main event, the first presidential debate for the republican. the top ten candidates face off in cleveland, the very same arena where one of them will be nominated next july. abc's tom llamas is there and, tom, i've never seen a debate this early with such high stakes. >> reporter: that's right, george, and good morning. usually it's lebron who brings the action at this arena but tonight it's the republicans, and as you mentioned, there is so much hype, so many people and so much trump. this morning, republican candidates hard at work preparing for tonight's debate, but not the front-runner, donald trump. a senior adviser telling abc news, trump doesn't rehearse. the billionaire, who is still in new york, has been lowering expectations. >> i've never debated before. i'm not a debater. >> reporter: telling george wednesday that he doesn't plan on throwing the first punch. >> i don't want to attack
anybody and, you know, maybe i'll be attacked and maybe not. i'd rather just discuss the issues. >> reporter: overnight "gma" getting a first look at how the candidates are gearing up for the debate. >> i like to be mentally focused. >> i take my new phone thanks to the donald and listen to motown. >> before a debate i go out to run. it's a great way to relax. >> before a debate, i normally call my mom to get advice. >> reporter: the lighthearted videos made by the conservative news website independent journal review. >> let me check on that. >> reporter: tonight the top ten candidates will fight to break out and fight for time. only two hours including commercial breaks, that's only about ten minutes per candidate and some may try to draw a difference with trump now dealing with a damaging report. trump spoke with president bill clinton on the phone about his political inclinations just weeks before he jumped into the race, a sign he may be too up close and personal with the clintons. >> i wouldn't be surprised if in the course of the debate, this conversation about bill clinton and how genuine of a republican or how real authentic a
conservative donald trump is, i think it could easily become part of that equation. >> reporter: now, there are more than ten republican debates and right now 17 candidates, but this debate is important. you'll remember during 2012 so many republicans either skyrocketed or collapsed because of a debate. george. >> yeah, one candidate had to drop out after the first debate. okay, tom, thanks very much. let's break this down with jon karl starting out with that phone call. depending who you talk to it was a courtesy call or a strategy session. >> if you listen to the trump people, they told me that this -- that president clinton said trump would have a huge impact on the republican party if he were to get involved, that he would be a disrupter, somebody that could have an impact on the entire political system. if you talk to the clinton people, they say the 2016 race didn't even come up, but, george, this call happened in late may right after hillary announced and just a couple weeks before trump announced. >> meantime, you know, i was struck by one of the fox moderators said. he said we don't want to make
this the donald trump show but it is. >> it is. they both get a minute to respond to questions but if their name gets mentioned by another candidate they get an extra 30 seconds. every time you mention trump's name he gets another 30 seconds. facebook is out with this, starting from the bottom up, scott walker, about 3 million people talking about him, ted cruz, about the same. bush, 5 million. bernie sanders, about the same. hillary clinton, 11 million. look at trump's number, 26 million. he basically has twice as many as hillary clinton and jeb bush combined. >> so, the other candidates don't want to give him more air time, but they all have to be ready. >> yes, especially jeb bush, who will be standing right next to trump at center stage. >> okay, jon karl, thanks very much. >> and every time they utter his name, another chance. >> another 30 seconds. >> for him. going to have to come up with a nickname. all right. moving on now to that monster storm tearing through the pacific ocean. take a look at this image of it from space taken by astronauts scott kelly.
at its peak it was the strongest storm of the year. now it's headed straight for land. ginger zee has all the latest. >> yeah, the current satellite takes it just east of taiwan, look at that thing, it's moving only at 12 miles an hour and will target taiwan in the next 24 to 36 hours. that's going to be the worst of it and the heftiest side of that storm is usually the right side, so northeast corner, the coast where the storm surge, flash flooding, talking noon tomorrow our time and just after and then it'll make into the strait of taiwan and eventually east china but taipei is what we're concerned about this morning and one of the world's tallest buildings is there and our neal karlinsky is on top. >> reporter: we're way up near the top right now and being in a 101-story building made of glass might seem like a terrible idea in the middle of a typhoon but they insist it can take it. they've been built to withstand 134-mile-per-hour winds but this typhoon might come in with winds up to 140 miles per hour. >> neal was talking were the gusts at 140 miles per hour.
but when we put the sustained winds, the constant wind of 100 plus miles per hour, fortunately taipei is on that one side of the mountain so may have a little protection. i'm mostly concerned about flash flooding, some of the smaller villages at the bottom. this is going to be a big storm and we'll be talking about it for the next 36 hours. >> i'm sure we will, thank you, ginger. turning now to a major security breach at the new orleans airport where a driver crashed through a fence right onto an active runway. abc's jim avila has the story. >> reporter: is this a warning to america's airports? a simple sedan takes out two fences at new orleans louis armstrong international airport. making it all the way onto an active runway. >> down on the taxiway there. do you know who he is? >> we don't even know who that is. it's a random vehicle. >> reporter: the dark blue dodge challenger with a 23-year-old male at the wheel penetrated airport security, jamming through one fence and onto the tarmac. then as police approach, the driver almost immediately gunned it again and punched through a
second fence, finally arrested just off airport property charged with hit-and-run and drunk driving. no other airport damage done and no planes even delayed. but just this spring the associated press found america's airport perimeters had been breached at least 268 times since 2004. some of them caught on tape like this driver being chased by police right onto the massive dallas/ft. worth runway or this san diego runway incursion by a pedestrian in full view of a pilot and his passengers and, of course, there was this famous runway incursion in philadelphia where a jeep driven by another inebriated man led police on a chase through the airfield. these runways are supposed to be secure, and some airports do have ground sensors, but as we saw in new orleans too often all that's between planes and trouble is a chain link fence. lara. >> that's scary. jim avila, thank you so much. turning now to the end of an
era. jon stewart signs off as host of "the daily show" tonight, a job he's been doing since 1999. our chris connelly looks back at some of stewart's best moments behind the desk. [ applause ] >> welcome, welcome to "the daily show." craig kilborn is on assignment in kuala lumpur. i'm jon stewart. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that was 16 years ago. >> am i crazy? >> wicked -- >> reporter: tonight jon stewart's last as host of "the daily show" ending a run that saw the former mtv star deploying smarts and a bs detector to become one of the most trusted sensibilities in tv news. >> progressives think they know better than you do. >> i didn't know that's what i wanted. but i guess i want to control every aspect of your life. >> reporter: with wit and wisecracks and savage parody. >> are you willing, mr. president, to trust governor bush with our foreign policy? >> i am not willing to take that chance again, jon.
>> reporter: and occasionally profundity. >> the view from my apartment was the world trade center, and now it's gone. >> reporter: stuart's talons made for insightful and seriously funny television. >> i'm sorry. i'll be wearing overalls and i won't shower. [ laughter ] >> reporter: whether he was interviewing a fellow comic like louis c.k. >> i've been on "letterman" a bunch of times. i don't think i ever touched his face. >> i don't think i ever touched his face. >> reporter: challenging former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld. >> let me just deflate the tension right off the bat. apology accepted. [ laughter ] >> reporter: welcoming president obama for a farewell conversation. >> i can't believe that you're leaving before me. [ laughter ] >> reporter: now 52, stewart supported the development of such straight-faced breakout stars as steve carell, john oliver and stephen colbert. >> aloha, jon. >> reporter: along the way for many millennials and for the media elite, jon came to
be regarded as a beacon guiding his viewers through a sea of cynicism and by others more as the relentless nemesis of fox news. >> i know you're very frightened and i want to tell you everything is going to be okay. there you go, baby. get that going. that stuff down. >> reporter: though comic trevor noah will asuper the chair in the mind of his fans stewart remains impossible to replace. a true anchor. >> it's been an absolute privilege. it's been the honor of my my professional life. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> complete path breaker. >> yeah. >> brought something brand-new to all of us. >> so well respected. oh, he said i'm a comedian but so much more than that. he'll be missed. now, though we turn to amy for today's other top stories starting with a serious story, an accused cop killer on the run. >> that's correct. a manhunt is under way in louisiana for the suspect who sought and killed a shreveport police officer who was responding to reports of an armed man threatening someone inside a home. the officer whose name has not been released was gunned down as he arrived at the scene. also happening this morning,
tens of thousands of people gathering in japan for the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of hiroshima. ambassador caroline kennedy representing the u.s. a moment of silence paid tribute to the 140,000 lives lost. hiroshima's mayor called today for a ban on nuclear weapons. the topic of nuclear weapons is also center stage here at home as president obama takes on critics of the nuclear deal with iran. the president is warning congress the only alternative to diplomacy is, quote, some form of war. he dismissed opposition to the agreement as knee-jerk partisanship. a federal appeals court has rejected a voter identification law in texas saying it discriminates against minorities. the law considered one of the toughest in the country requires voters to show picture i.d. a lower court must now consider how to amend that law. that stubborn wildfire burning north of france is now about 40% contained but changing winds continue to spark flare-ups.
the flames have scorched nearly 110 miles destroying at least 43 homes. and back here in this country, a big surprise at the courthouse in dallas. look who showed up for jury duty. yep, former president bush taking photos with other potential jurors. shockingly, he was not selected. and finally a story from our website spreading around the internet this morning, it's about a tennessee dad with the best of intentions who learned a permanent and painful lesson about reading the fine print. basically don't get inked before reading the ink. he endured getting a one direction tattoo so he could enter a contest and score front row seats for his daughters to the band's concert in indianapolis. here's the problem. the contest was only open to residents of indiana. see, he's from tennessee. so now he's a grown man forever stuck with an "i heart one direction" tattoo and no front row seats. >> it's a good story.
>> yeah but a sign of his love for his daughters. >> that's what he said. he said he has no regets. that it brought him closer to his daughters and he got some tickets anyway. they did go to the concert. just not the front row. >> i think he blamed his daughters. he really loves 1d. >> yeah. >> that's right. >> blame the girls. >> ginger, he's from tennessee. and they've got some big storms. >> you know they have and anywhere from oklahoma city and just north of there, all the way to memphis, tennessee, that video there, they had 65-mile-per-hour wind gusts and again we have that memphis, tennessee, video, pictures of the trees down. more than 76 severe storm reports and arkansas had it and we will also see another batch of severe weather from mississippi to north carolina, also back from nebraska to minnesota.
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good morning, america. right now, authorities still investigating what led to the movie theater attack outside nashville. police quickly respond killing a man who went on a rampage with this gun and hatchet. the date is set for bill cosby's deposition in the case of a woman accusing him of an assault dating back to 1974. a judge clearing the way for the comedian to be questioned under oath on october 9th. and new video this morning of a record drug bust on the high seas. the coast guard seizes this vessel from smugglers with 16,000 pounds of cocaine. that's worth more than $180 million. as we say good morning, america, welcome back, got a lot to get to this thursday morning. >> yeah. including amy's exclusive interview with the woman at the center of that battle over her frozen embryos. the judge now deciding whether or not her husband can have them
destroyed, and that is coming up. >> that's right, but we're going to begin with that north carolina police officer on trial for shooting and killing an unarmed black man who was looking for help after an accident. for the first time we're seeing what happened seconds before the fatal shots were fired in a chilling dash cam video played for the jury. mara schiavocampo has the story. [ sirens ] >> reporter: this morning, newly released police dash cam video showing the final moments a former college athlete jonathan ferrell's life. watch as north carolina officers responding to a breaking and entering call pull up to ferrell. you can see the red light from a taser appearing on ferrell's shirt. then he begins running. >> get on the ground. get on the ground. get on the ground! >> reporter: moments later a burst of police gunfire. then eight more shots. [ gunfire ] after ferrell was already down, killing the 24-year-old. >> shots fired. shots fired. >> reporter: the video played during the trial of charlotte
police officer randall kerrick facing voluntary manslaughter charges for the 2013 shooting. prosecutors saying he used excessive force. police say ferrell had just crashed his car when he went to a nearby home for help at 2:30 in the morning alarming the homeowner. >> there is a guy breaking in my front door. >> reporter: officers say when they arrived ferrell charged them. >> he started coming towards the officers. >> reporter: defense attorneys saying ferrell behaved aggressively and officer kerrick feared for his life. but prosecutors say ferrell, who was unarmed, was the one afraid and was running away from the taser light, not towards officers. >> who polices the police when they do wrong? >> reporter: kerrick has pleaded not guilty facing up to 11 years in prison. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> mara, thank you. and we turn now to that bizarre case of mistaken identity. a group of bounty hunters raiding a home in phoenix. on the hunt for a fugitive but as it turns out, they got the
wrong guy, the police chief. abc's t.j. holmes is here with the story. good morning, t.j. >> yeah lara how do you you mix these two up? the bounty hunters looking for a guy described as a black male, 6'3", 300 plus pounds. they show up on the front door of a guy who is 5'10", 175 pounds and white. well how does that happen because the bounty hunt ersers believed something they read on facebook. >> open the door. >> reporter: bounty hunters trying to capture a fugitive they believe to be hiding inside this house. their target described as a 6'3" black male weighing 310 pounds wanted in oklahoma on drug charges. following a tip that came in on facebook, the group of 11 bounty hunters armed with handguns descended on this phoenix home late tuesday night. >> turn your light off. >> reporter: the man inside the home refuses to let them in instead his girlfriend calls 911. >> 911, what is your 347b8g? >> we have some -- i don't know if they're bounty hunters or what they are, but
they're -- they just banged down our door and looking for somebody. >> reporter: when police arrive it's not a fugitive placed under arrest but one of the bounty hunters instead because the home they were surrounding did not belong to their fugitive after all. it belongs to this man, joseph yahner, the chief of police. >> once the situation got de-escalated, one of the individuals that remained there that we booked into jail ultimately was still refusing to leave the home, was demanding that he identify himself, even though he clearly didn't match the description of the individual that they were looking for, which was a very heavy-set larger black male. >> reporter: brent farley has been charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct. police say he had his weapon unholstered during the confrontation refusing to leave the property after he was told the fugitive was not there. he has not yet entered a plea. authorities now looking into the tip that led the bounty hunters to the home of a police chief and touched off this bizarre case of mistaken identity. now, in many places bounty hunters do have some broad
authority to arrest at least the person they're going after but critics talk about they're not regulated enough in some states and in particular in arizona they don't have specific laws. one person put it, you can be 18, a high school dropout, no training and go out and start arresting people, and that's how mistakes like this can be made. >> boy, sure is. okay, t.j., thanks very much. take a look at this. it's a new hoverboard everyone is talking about. you see it right there. a million views on youtube. michael will show you what happened to these guys in a moment in "the speed feed." but first we want to get a quick check of the weather from ginger. >> update on the rocky fire in california talking about it for days. firefighters working so hard they've made progress. now 30% contained. almost 70,000 acres burned though and red flag warnings just east of sacramento up in the sierra, part of nevada, northern california and right there into southern oregon. we're going to see along that midlevel low some lightning and certainly some wind. flood watches in the >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. it will be warmer than average and humid today. 67 at the coast and 95 inland from 10:00 tonight through 5:00
tomorrow we have a chance of scattered showers and storms. have a great >> all that weather brought to you by liberty mutual. and this is not just a picture of a plane. it was parked here because it was too hot in phoenix. it made it to 112. their fuselage was too hot. you don't need a plane when you have a hoverboard, do you, michael? >> no, you don't. you're right on the money there. here we go. to that video that has ruled youtube with nearly 5 million views, mine being one of them. we told you when it was first announced. the new hoverboard like the one in "back to the future" has become a reality. take a look at this amazing video. now, that's a pro skateboarder riding a board called the slide. and it doesn't touch the ground. look at this thing. it's hovering above the ground. took them about ten minutes to get the hang of it then they were off to the races and there's no cgi here. this is all real. it was made possible by lexus and has been in the works for about 18 months and uses magnets and cooled down superconductors
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>> how important was it to you at that moment to preserve your ability to procreate? >> it was critically important. we realized the risks. i would be injecting myself with the very hormone that my tumor feeds on, and even with all of those risks, we knew that this was our last best chance. >> reporter: the then 41-year-old deciding along with her husband to create and preserve five embryos, but by 2013, their marriage unraveled, findley filing for divorce. tell me about the consent form that you signed. the focus is on that one line that says, in the case of divorce, the embryos would be unfrozen and discarded. >> that's right. >> reporter: that signed consent form, a leading silent witness at the trial now determining what should happen to the embryos. findley asking the court to enforce it as a legally binding contract. >> it's still an agreement.
agreement is in this document at least 27 times. >> reporter: and order the embryos destroyed. findley also testifying his concern that his ex-wife would "manipulate the situation to extract money for other purposes," a claim which lee denies. on the opposing side, lee's argument that signing the consent form does not prevent her from changing her mind. pleading for the preservation of the embryos, the now 46-year-old says are her last chance to have children. >> i have biological children ready to come to life. >> she's got a powerful and compelling moral argument, but because she signed that document, she's in a tough spot legally. >> you've made it very clear that you do not expect stephen to be a part of these children's lives physically, logistically and more specifically financially. correct? >> correct. >> your ex-husband's lawyer said it's not that stephen doesn't want to have children, he just doesn't want to have children with mimi.
>> those are hard words to hear from anybody. >> what was it like being in the courtroom after all you had been through together? >> i think it was the hardest thing i've ever done. i stayed focused on my babies and knowing that i'm their mom and i would do anything for them, and that really got me through. >> now the judge in this case will issue her ruling in the next 120 days. i asked mimi if she's prepared for a verdict that is not in her favor and she said she is, that she is devoted and dedicated to seeing these embryos to life and will continue to fight for custody of them. you can see much more of my interview with mimi on "nightline" tonight. >> wow. >> such a moral compelling conundrum. >> it's heart rending. you feel for both parties. >> absolutely. and we'll be watching. thanks, amy. and coming up, taylor swift shaking it off, a scary moment
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and we have an important parenting alert. teens who text from behind the wheel says it's mom and dad who are driving them to do it. ♪ wake me up when it's all over ♪ ben and jen's breakup. "people" magazine's explosive revelations about what may have caused their split. new video emerging of their former nanny who came between them. what the nanny is saying now on camera. oat oh here we go ♪ it's a morning of double deals. super shopping secret revealed. the easy way to save big from your favorite stores. we're stealing from the fashion bloggers. >> everything is shopping at a click of a button. tory johnson is here with big "deals & steals" just in time for back to school as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> and good morning, america. what else do we have right there? it's something called multimasking. and it's a trend, i guess, lara. >> this is not a carnival where we're painting faces. this is a real thing. it's a hot beauty trend right now. it's using different masks for different parts of your skin. i know sometimes parts feel oily or dry. well, these are the remedies to spruce you up and the one and only bobbi brown is here to show us how to do it. >> that's coming up in just a bit but let's go to amy with the morning run down. >> the big story this morning, new details about the man behind the latest rampage at a movie theater. vicente montano was reportedly diagnosed with schizophrenia and was committed four times for psychiatric treatment. police say he was armed with a hatchet, pellet gun and pepper spray when he stormed into a theater outside nashville. attacking a family before he was eventually shot dead by police.
a recent poll shows 34% of moviegoers now supporting hiring armed guards for theaters. well, the top ten republican presidential candidates are getting set for the first debate of the campaign season tonight. donald trump as the leader in the polls will be center stage before a crowd of 5,000 in cleveland. he claims he's not doing any prep work. time is precious. tonight each candidate may only get about ten minutes apiece to speak. well, authorities in malaysia say more debris from malaysia airlines flight 370 may have washed up on that island in the indian ocean including part of a window. they say the wing part that washed ashore last week is from flight 370, but other investigators say more testing is needed to be sure. many distraught relatives of the victims are upset over what they call conflicting information about their loved ones. and in chicago, a man was arrested on this united airlines flight after allegedly refusing to turn off his phone and then punching another passenger. he also reportedly hit one of
the police officers trying to get him off the plane. well texting while driving is claiming more lives every year. many of them teenagers keeping their eyes on their phones instead of on the road. but a surprising new study is placing the blame on parents. abc's gio benitez explains. >> just think about what am i doing right now? >> reporter: we've seen the in your face public service announcements. >> uh-huh. >> this is so easy. >> reporter: they're difficult to watch. teens losing their lives texting while driving, but this morning, the advocacy group students against destructive decisions says that teens aren't just texting behind the wheel for fun, they're feeling pressured by their parents. >> it's incredibly dangerous. >> reporter: according to sadd more than 800 teens reported texting while driving to update their parents. nearly a quarter of them said they thought their parents expect a text response within five minutes. >> young people in particular have a lack of driving
experience. >> reporter: sadd says most parents they surveyed don't have any set expectations on when their kids should respond to their texts. >> they expect their parents to want a message back from them almost immediately. >> reporter: the issue is real. we've seen those accidents before. just take a look at this teen looking at her phone for six seconds before losing control and careening off the road. >> tell your kids to put their phones away while they're driving and most importantly parents, lead by example. >> reporter: for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> all right, gio, thanks for that. and a health alert now for women and the risk of depression. a new study finds eating carbs may be a factor. researchers found eating highly refined foods like white bread and white rice increased the risk of depression in postmenopausal women. those types of carbs can trigger a hormone that lowers sugar in the blood, which can lead to mood changes and fatigue. and finally and in keeping
with the apparent theme today ending my newscast, father/daughter tattoos, a father showing his love for his daughter in the most permanent of ways, he just got this tattoo on his head. it's a cochlear implant. you see going over by his ear. it's just like the one his little girl wears to help her hear. charlotte sums up her dad's tattoo in one word, cool. so, george, the pressure is on. what tattoo are you getting for your girls? i'd like to hear. >> that's so sweet. >> i'll save it for sweeps. okay? >> that is a great dad. thanks, amy. >> thank you, amy. let's go to michael in the social square. >> all right, george, thank you. now, here's a look at whas aet's ahead on the "gma morning menu" in the social square powered by samsung galaxy. in our "heat index," "people" magazine's explosive new details about ben affleck and jennifer garner's breakup and the nanny who may have allegedly come between them. and super shopping secrets, hidden deals you can find right on your phone. and could oversharing online
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magazine, staff there say sources have told them that affleck admitted to garner that he had not been faithful in the past, but he categorically denies these accusations with the nanny. explosive new claims in "people" magazine's cover story about ben affleck and jennifer garner's split. sordid details about an alleged affair with the nanny, christine ouzounian, allegations he denies. >> sources close to christine say that the nanny is in love with ben and that they've had an ongoing relationship. >> reporter: ouzounian seen here sharing a laugh with affleck outside of his home several weeks after the announcement of his divorce took care of the couple's three children. >> is it true that jennifer found you? >> i have no comment. sorry. >> reporter: sources telling "people" magazine it was during a make or break family trip to the bahamas in late june when garner learned of the alleged affair. >> sources tell us at "people" that ben and jen really had been trying to work on their marriage and scheduled a vacation to the bahamas to really figure out
what the future of their marriage looked like, and ultimately it resulted in them filing for divorce. >> reporter: on june 30th, the couple issued a joint statement saying in part, "after much thought and careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to divorce." affleck is far from the first hollywood celebrity to be accused of allegedly cuddling up with a caregiver. actor jude law publicly admitted to cheating on his fiancee sienna miller with his kids' baby-sitter. actor ethan hawke ultimately married the nanny of his two children with uma thurman but denies that the nanny had anything to do with his divorce and after divorcing his first wife, robin williams was married to his son's former nanny marcia gracis for 19 years. still, sources close to the couple tell "people" magazine ben and jen's plan to divorce amicably hasn't seemed to change. it's all about co-parenting and being there for their kids first. we reached out to reps for all
parties and did not hear back. but reps for affleck have recently said these stories about an affair are complete garbage and full of lies. the 28-year-old nanny is reportedly hiding out at a los angeles hotel during this media firestorm. you can read all about this in "people" magazine, which hits newstands on friday. many people giving their nannies the side eye this morning. >> sure. >> you know what, it does seem that they're putting the kids first. >> there's right. and that's what's important. >> the most important thing. and now to our super shopping secrets. this morning, mobile tips to help you save big. now, not many of us actually click that buy button on our phone, so we asked some top fashion bloggers for their secrets to mobile deal hunting. you okay over there, george? okay just making sure, buddy. abc's becky worley joins us now from san francisco with that, and good morning to you, becky. >> good morning, michael. yes, here's the disconnect. research shows that 57% of the traffic in online retail sites
is from mobile devices but only 15% of the sales. why do we browse on mobile but then change devices to make purchases on a computer? and by avoiding shopping via apps, are we missing out on big deals? well, to find out i've got to buy some clothes. shopping on your phone, okay, first off the screen is kind of small. most people will window shop on the phone but they don't hit the buy button until they get on a computer. how come? ah, expiration, security code. entering your information is laborious. okay, this part, it's just a pain, and in a study by comscore shoppers said they struggled to find discount codes on their phones. >> i do probably about 90% of my purchases on my mobile device. >> reporter: but guess who loves to shop via smartphone millennials, especially fashion bloggers, so we turned to some
of youtube's finest. >> hi, my name is sonia castenada. >> hey, guys, casey holmes here. >> reporter: first the case for mobile. they see shopping as entertainment. >> i discover a lot of new products because it's just literally in the palm of my hand. >> i probably find at least 40% more items online than i ever would if i was shopping inside the store. >> it's fast fashion. >> reporter: next they tackled two of the big complaints with one solution. instead of shopping on your phone's browser -- >> most big retailers have an app on the app store and they also save your credit card most of the times. >> reporter: if you do end up needing to buy through the browser -- >> i just am obsessed with using ypal. it fills in all of the billing and shipping address which i know i hate filling out. >> reporter: sonia uses apple pay, a similar service that's gaining traction. >> you just have to set up your card information once and after that everything is shopping at a click of a button. >> reporter: finally they say shopping through a retailer's app offers more discounts and rewards than trying to find promo codes. >> they offer push notifications to let you know when things are
on sale, providing coupons and things like that. >> reporter: so i took their advice, used the app, hit the buy button. the moment of truth. i like it. and you know what, buying on my phone was actually a lot easier and more fun than i would have thought. now, one of the biggest reasons people say they don't buy on their phones is they worry about security. but the truth is, data being transmitted over a cell signal is more secure than when you transmit your credit card info and your personal details on wi-fi and as all the credit card hacks in the news have told us, george, the weakest link is how the retailer secures your financial data, not how it's transmitted. >> yeah. we have certainly learned that. so it's easy and it's fun. you're satisfied. how about savings? >> yeah, the interesting thing is that all of these
apps work like loyalty cards and they track what you purchase, they give you points and then after a certain threshold is hit, they will e-mail you a gift certificate to use on the app. they also alert you when there's sales and offer you codes and if you enable push notifications at your favorite stores, then you'll know when items you want go on sale. >> okay. thanks a lot. >> sounds dangerous. >> yeah. >> in a good way. >> research it very soon. all right, thanks, beck. up next in our "heat index," oversharing online. it does happen all the time and it's a turnoff to so many. but for couples bonding on facebook, it could be a good thing. jesse palmer is here to explain. hey, jess. >> hey, lara you know, however you may feel about those dating couples who post everything about their relationship on facebook, well, new research finds that the couple who overshares together is more likely to stay together. taylor swift and calvin harris do it. chrissy teigen and john legend love it, and kaitlyn bristow and new fiance sean can't stop. sharing pictures and updates about your love life on social media has become the norm these days.
>> likes and comments tend to be really meaningful in terms of validation. >> reporter: and it turns out posting may be a good thing. a new survey of 180 college students finding that oversharing on facebook could be a predictor of lasting love. >> the more people presented themselves as part of a couple by listing themselves as in a relationship, posting lots of photographs and writing a lot on their partner's wall, the more committed they felt towards their partner, and after six months the more likely they were to remain together. >> reporter: an enduring relationship may not be so complicated after all because of what the researchers call public commitment effect. >> people don't like for there to be a gap between who they claim to be publicly and who they actually are. >> reporter: so could social media silence be a sign of trouble? maybe so. gwen stefani hasn't posted a pic with hubby gavin rossdale since december 2014 and it's been 18 weeks since miranda wlam bert
shared this lovey-dovey snap of hubby blake shelton. both musical couples have filed for divorce. while some find constant status updates annoying -- >> it's too much. >> reporter: most people love to #humblebrag about their love life. >> look at how cute we are. i'm like one of those people. >> reporter: clair leahy and kurt collins have been dating for almost five years. >> oh yeah. >> yeah. >> we are facebook official. >> super facebook official. >> reporter: while they don't credit facebook with their relationship success they do admit sharing photos of each other is nice. >> this is something i posted six days ago about her. it says, me and bey on rooftops. all joking aside, this girl is my heart and soul. >> it was like, oh, that's so sweet. >> you love this person. you want to show people you love them. >> totally. i agree. >> reporter: the survey also finds relationships may last longer not only by facebook oversharing but by telling friends about relationships and getting their approval, so we asked you, do you think oversharing on facebook is good for a relationship?
and only 8% of you said yes. an overwhelming 92% voted no. >> i think we're looking at this the wrong way. if you're putting those photos out there, it probably means you have a great relationship so it's just a window into your life. it's not because you are overshare. >> i think it's okay if you show one a day maybe but when you start going four five six times a day, like give me a grumpy cat meme. >> in terms of sharing -- >> exactly. that's why we call it oversharing. >> agreed. >> should we get out to ginger? ginger zee, where are you? >> i'm right out here with a birthday girl from asheville. your name. >> kylie. >> kylie, we are so happy you're spending the day with us. we are so happy that it's nice and cool and comfortable this morning, isn't it? beautiful here in new york city. far from that back in the plains. look, dallas is in that heat advisory, excessive heat warning just north of them. this is going through the weekend. so this is not just one or two days, it is an extended period of time where you'll feel like you're 100 to 110 degrees. and in the carolinas you will actually be seeing some showers, even some flash flooding possible the next 24
hours to even through the early part of the weekend. >> good thursday morning i am meteorologist mike nicco. your forecast shows warmer and more human today that will lead to showers and thunderstorms tonight. when this passes, there will be a seasonal pattern over the weekend and through the stepped. hottest inland, air conditioning inland, up to the 90 and 70s and 80s for the rest of us. by 10:00 tonight through pack tomorrow is the best chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms and we will see sunshine and feel cooler >> i had to start over here because you ladies said i have to come over here. you just wanted to say good morning. >> good morning, america. >> okay well they got that in. i see one more 13th birthday. give me a high-five, girl. we are so happy you are here. we'll be back out here in a moment. for now to michael with "pop". >> thank you, ginger. time now for "pop news" and cookie had better watch her back. the one and only mariah carey is
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he surprised the reporter. if you are going to get photobombed -- >> she was just like hi. hugh jackman. >> also said photobomb. good photobomb etiquette. >> he said photobomb. >> in and out. >> yeah. >> and now big news for all you guys that love to wine when you dine. i'm one of these guys. embrace rosset with no shame or should i say brose. all right. in the past when men were spotted sporting a bottle of blush they might have -- they've been bashful about it but now jesse, as you know everyone is ordering a pink drink with pride. i'm one of them. the oldest style of wine in the world but got a bad rap in the '0s now bartenders are noticing an increasing number of bros are toasting to summer's more complex concoctions of row
rose. i've been holding on to this bottle. brose for everybody. >> real men drink pink. >> what year. >> 1971. the same year i was born. >> i want to ask. do you ever drink red wine? >> i do. i'm sensing a new campaign for michael. >> new sponsorship. >> there you go, bro. brose. what i'm talking about. why the dog days are not over. oh it's going to blow your mind. the hottest hairstyle burning up the internet. primping up pooches left and right. the dog bun is here. >> oh my. >> and we hope it never goes away. at least some of us do. if your dog's hair is curly, wavy long short or straight the dog bun is for everyone. >> my daughters do this to my dog and i felt sorry for him but now apparently he was just in fashion. >> your dog is in fashion. >> the curly hair on the top so he like to put bows on him. >> the man bun. >> little bun. >> it's a little better than the
pan bun. >> out on the man, in on the dog. it's hot out there. the august heat getting to all of us and this chic casual canine found the most hilarious way to get the most out of their puppy's locks. >> was it ever in for men. >> yes, big time. >> some still think it is. >> yes. >> george -- >> there's still time for you. >> like the brose. out for a long time but now it's in. >> let it all hang out, america. >> let it all go. that's all for "pop news." >> we have big "deals & steals." >> and multimasking one of the hottest beauty trends. what is it? we'll let you know coming up on "good morning america" ♪ if i could be like the cool kids ♪
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from 10:00 tonight through 5:00 tomorrow morning, a chance of [ cheers and applause ] happy crowd this thursday morning at "gma." beautiful morning. >> gorgeous. >> gorgeous and it is thursday which means it's "deals & steals" time. the theme today, college kids back to school. that's coming up in just a little bit. >> right now though it is time to yahoo! your day and this morning we're talking about a beauty trend taking off right now. it's called multimasking. not multitasking but kind of using different ingredients on each part of your face to get the best results for that particular skin. the internet is going crazy for this and sara haines has the details. >> it's the hot beauty trick that's got gals glowing. multimasking the trend on social media that has women mugging it up from coast to coast. showing off the secret to a flawless face. instead of smearing the same product to cover the entire
face multimasking has you use different masks for different problem areas. >> the skin on your "t" zone is very different than the sensitive skin around your sighs so you cannot use the same products on different areas if you want to address those issues. >> reporter: you might resemble a character in a horror movie but experts say multimasking makes sense. and beauty bloggers have jumped on board to camouflage their complexions. >> grab a third mask. >> you really want to apply this generously. >> reporter: but you don't have to be a youtube star to become a masked master. >> you have a little bit of a discoloration and increased pore sizes going down your cheeks. the skin there is darker and there's the first sign of dehydration. it will protect the skin around the eyes and hydrate it. we all have different skins on different parts of our face. the multimasking is really for everybody. >> reporter: for "good morning america," sara haines abc news, new york. >> fondue it's cute. joined by yahoo beauty editor
and makeup expert bobbi brown. why do you like this. >> it's good to be able to do it yourself at home. >> yes. >> everyone has different skin. some have combination skin. sometimes we're dry. times we're oily. so it's good to be able to know what different things do. >> we have two great examples here. the first. >> the first one we have two masks on. the green one actually is green tea and that's really good if you are oily and have combination skin. the white one is brightening. okay, so when you feed a little bit of brightness you've had too much sun or need something, that really helps. >> these are all things that you can be a mixologist at home. >> exactly, exactly. >> our second combination. >> our second -- like you're at a children's party. >> a little bit of everything. >> she has eye havre on which has caffeine in it which is great for depuffing. we have charcoal which is good for -- >> pulls out -- yeah right. >> gets rid of all the impurities. blue is calming. i'm not sure you have four
issues but you look really adorable in and it's not just for women. men also like to mask. >> yeah someone that we know. >> our friend michael strahan has admitted to me he does a good mask. >> would you have any advice for him in terms of all the different idea ingredient different ingredients. >> i think he might look beautiful in the blue mask. >> yes. >> even if his skin doesn't need it we'll have fun looking at you. >> the point is you do this at home. you could do this at home and test it on the inside of your arm to make sure you're not sensitive and please follow directions because if you don't follow directions you could really mess up your skin. >> where can we find these mixes. >> anywhere from the drugstore to department stores to online you'll see a lot of it. you can even make your own in the kitchen. >> all right, i love it. we are aall about diy. do you feel okay? >> yeah. >> we'll let you wash your face right now. we'll head over to george. >> we turn to the must read book of the summer "the girl on the train." over 3 million copies sold just
in the u.s. headed for the big screen and abc's rebecca jarvis sat down with the best-seller's author paula hawkins. >> it's the page turning book that's got everyone from gwyneth paltrow to reese witherspoon raving. best-selling author stephen king even showing the love on twitter saying it kept me up most of the night. "the girl on the train," dubbed the new "gone girl". >> how was your marriage nick? >> are you asking if i killed my wife. >> reporter: shattering all the records as the longest running number one hard cover fiction best-seller ever. it's even on track to hit the big screen with emily blunt rumored to hop on board and play the lead. we recently caught up with author paula hawkins in her hometown of london. >> tremendous success associated with this novel. did you expect that? >> no nothing to this extent. >> reporter: the runaway hit which took hawkins a former financial journalist a year to write follows rachel a young
alcoholic divorcee who fantasy sizes on her daily commute and watches a young couple from the train. >> i used to do that thing of looking into the houses as the train passed and wondering what was going on there and hoping i would see something interesting. of course i never did but i imagined what might be going on. >> reporter: rachel's world is turned upside down when she sees something terrible. but can she even be certain what it was? the novel follows her spiraling out of control chasing after the unknown with an ending you'll never see coming. >> there are lots of little bits that i fiddled around with but there was initially a different killer. >> reporter: the novel is set just outside london but the movie will take place in upstate new york. >> i genuinely don't mind and spoken to the producers and director and i'm really happy with what they've told me. >> reporter: as for the big premiere she'll be there. what are you going to wear? >> oh god knows. i have no idea. >> you and emily blount should
coordinate outfits. >> oh yes, absolutely. >> reporter: how she'll be getting there with all the success, it's safe to say it won't be by train. for "good morning america," rebecca jarvis abc news new york. >> i'll pick that one up now. to ginger with the weather. >> good morning, george. this is a big birthday thursday. a very special new segment called social snapshot. what i'm giving you for your birthday. pet pictures others have sent us. you've got to see this from spanish springs, nevada. that is a composite of lightning strikes. it just looks spectacular across there so thank you, elizabeth, for sending that one. and then those are called undulatus as pier rat tus. i know sounds like a disease but i promise you it is just a cloud and this cloud was -- it's around 6,000 feet and that is a newer cloud name it was discovered or at least named in 2009 so connor thank you for taking that photo. i want to see all your photos coming our way so find me on
twitter >> good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. it will be warmer than average and humid today. 67 at the coast and 95 inland from 10:00 tonight through 5:00 tomorrow we have a chance of scattered showers and storms. have a great >> and all that weather brought to you by volkswagen. i've always got some sort of weather picture to give away for a birthday. >> thanks ginger. to the summer's scariest thriller "the gift." surprisingly starring one of hollywood's funnest men jason bateman and abc's nick watt goes one-on-one with the star. >> excuse me. i think i know you. >> reporter: i actually felt from the opening shot i thought, i'm going to like this. >> is your name simon, simon cowell? >> this is a really good film. >> reporter: yeah it is surprisingly good. >> yeah well that's kind of [ bleep ].
>> reporter: i'm casting journalistic impartiality aside this is my favorite movie of the we're. >> the bad things in life can be a gift no one is wearing a superhero outfit. "the gift" is a great old-fashioned psychological thriller. i mean it's also a date movie. frank grabbed my arm a couple of times. >> less his heart. >> reporter: written, directed and starring joel edgerton as weirdo gordo and his old high school buddy is bateman. >> he had this organized campaign like simon says. >> there's so much in there you don't want to give away. >> there are a lot of things in people's pasts that would cause them problems and obstacles to navigate if they resurfaced in their lives. >> the past is not done with you. >> it's not over.
>> reporter: departure from bateman who's been on tv since a teen as the likable funny guy. >> i'm just surprised you're not a prima donna. you've been -- >> you've known me for knife minutes. my wheel will start squeaking in about two. >> reporter: really. >> i'm super thirsty. where is my green tea? >> reporter: bateman is a bad person but that's the only secret i'm giving away. i don't want in any way to diminish your enjoyment of this low-budget beautifully written wonderfully acted gem. >> this is a midcentury modern home. >> reporter: filmed in quick time mostly right here in this airy glassy l.a. midcentury masterpiece. >> that means all the night shot has to be at night so that's not good. i like to be in my pjs by 7:00. >> reporter: i'll say such domestic bliss shattered. are you going to go back again and pay for it this time? did you like it that much. >> i would take my wife back and pay for it. in it looks like you're going again, frank. >> reporter: for "good morning
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savings, a little college theme. >> heading to college and so first up what every college kid needs or quite frankly anyone who trafs a lot, the incredible shrinking suitcase because this big guyigantic thing once you unstuff it foals down to this so it stores in this. >> it's really light. >> it's very lightweight but also incredibly durable and it has wheels on it so when you're schlepping that at school you'll be happy. three different sizes, amazing deal on these. normally $70 to $100. everything slashed by at least 51% to $34.50 to $44.50. >> i had no crates. >> this is way basic. so what's great about these is everything is tool-free so all has these special peel and stick pieces that go together. it's also very eco friendly. all of this is made from recycled paperboard so that's great and this deal is actually entire sitewide so not just on these pieces but all kinds of
shelving bookcases, everything you feed for dorm room bedroom organization. really great deal normally $20 to $135 everything slashed in half starting at just $10. >> love that. >> and here this is all about the beding. >> all about the bedding. >> thi really great company that has all sorts of bedding. lots of stuff also reversible so with one piece you get two different look pillows, sheets duvet cover, big, big assortment and incredible price on these. so everything that they're offering normally goes from $22 to $39 but today only slashed in half so $11 to $1.50 and get the bedding for that sort of awkward dorm room bed set. >> those guys that can't find the time to go to the laundromat reinvestors them. >> fits dorm beds which is great. this is a fun one. this company is called wall pops and they make all of this it's all peel and stick but it doesn't ruin the surface. so you've got decal, they're brand-new wallpaper and everything from you can get a
dry erase decals and all kinds of words. >> the schools let you put this up. >> put it right on the wall and there's a big selection that's even for kids' bedrooms now, all kinds of spaces and changes the look of a space for very little money and also you can, again, change the look when you get tired of it which is great for kids. normally starting at $15, 15 to 50 everything from wall pops is slashed in half $7.50. >> all right. >> i also love everything from them is made in america which is really great. >> excellent. >> last but not least really fun from collage.com, these are all kinds of pictures we've taken from instagram. you can take them from instagram, your computer phone, whatever it is and print individual pictures or beautiful collage, all super simple. what i love about this it's a great way to take all kinds of like summer memories or family fun, school fun. a little piece of home goes a long way and what's great too everything comes ready to hang so there's no extra anything. it's like really nice quality
canvas and a great deal on these. normally $50 to $110 depending on the size you choose. everything is slashed by at least 66% so starting at $12 and everything from so large, free shipping. >> fantastic. thank you, tory. thanks to all the companies for the great deals and details on our website plus a bonus deal. coming up, big sean performs
here now with hip-hop superstar big sean performing off his number one album "dark sky paradise," this is "one man can change the world ♪ ♪ they used to tell me used to tell me ♪ ♪ and if you love yourself just know you'll never be alone ♪ ♪ i hope that you get everything you want and that you chose ♪ ♪ i hope that it's the realest thing that you ever know ♪ ♪ hope you get the pretty girls that's pretty at everything ♪ ♪ million dollar cribs having million dollar dreams and when
you get it all just remember one thing ♪ ♪ remember one thing that one man could change the world ♪ ♪ that one man could change the world ♪ ♪ all i, all i wanted was a hundred million dollars and a bad chick ♪ ♪ imagine this so much some nights it felt like that i had it ♪ ♪ back on the mattress staring at the ceiling trying to connect the dots but it's hard making those attachments ♪ ♪ i'm talking dreaming so hard some nights it felt like draft day ♪ ♪ you know my, my stepbrother used to flip them bags outside the crib like it was trash day ♪ ♪ no kim k, but he bagged yay ♪ ♪ but when you're getting fast money slow down don't crash with all the drive in the world swear you still need gas ♪ ♪ look think about it close your eyes dream about it ♪ ♪ tell your team about it go make million dollar schemes about it ♪ ♪ success is on the way i feel it in the distance used to look up at the stars ♪
♪ and be like ain't too much that's different i be shining they be shining get your one shot don't you miss it ♪ ♪ what you know about waking up every day like you on a mission ♪ ♪ i hope you learn to make it on your own and if you love yourself just know you'll never be alone ♪ ♪ i hope that you get everything you want and that you chose i hope that it's the realest thing that you ever know ♪ ♪ hope you get the pretty girls that's pretty and everything million dollar cribs having million dollar dreams ♪ ♪ and when you get it all just remember one thing ♪ ♪ remember one thing that one man could change the world ♪ ♪ one man could change the world ♪ ♪ my grandma told me if you write your name in stone you'll never get the white out ♪ ♪ i grinded out that black hole then performed up at the white house standing next to jim carrey we traded stories then laughed ♪ ♪ i said you not the only one i know got rich wearing masks where i'm from i swear they broke ♪ ♪ they need way more than the cast we need more than what you
have ♪ ♪ and then we need more than that but how am i supposed to say i'm tired if that girl from west virginia came up in conditions ♪ ♪ that i couldn't survive went to war came back alive ♪ ♪ on top of that became a female black captain when being black you had to extra extra try ♪ ♪ way before james brown made us proud she bought a crib on the same street as marvin gaye ♪ ♪ right there on outer drive and she taught me how to drive ♪ ♪ and she raised the kids then the kids' kids and she did it right taught me how to love taught me not to cry ♪ ♪ when i die i hope you teach me how to fly all my life you've been that angel in disguise saying ♪ ♪ i hope you learn to make it on your own and if you love yourself just know you'll never be alone ♪ ♪ i hope that you get everything you want and that you chose i hope that it's the realest thing that you ever know ♪ ♪ hope you get the pretty girls that's pretty and everything million dollar cribs having million dollar dreams ♪ ♪ and when you get it all just remember one thing remember one thing ♪ ♪ that one man could change the word ♪
♪ that one man could change the world ♪ >> i want to dedicate this to my grandma, mildred virginia leonard. she was one of the first female black captains in world war ii. one of the first female cops in the streets of detroit. she got her masters and was a teacher, counselor, just the best grandma in the world and if anybody showed me that one man, man in person male or female could change the world, it was her. so i hope we all remember the power that we all possess as an individual. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] happy anniversary to me it's safeway's anniversary... happy anniversary to
tomorrow get ready to kick it. with luke it's a live party in the park with superstar luke bryan. >> let's get this party started. >> tomorrow tell them where luke. >> good morning, america. >> presented by the makers of dr. scholl's. >> "good morning america" is brought to you by famous footwear. famous for brand name shoes for the whole family. ♪ one man could change the world ♪ >> i loved hearing that. what a perfect way to start off our thursday. big sean, thank you. that was lovely. >> thank you, guys. thank you so much. appreciate it. >> everybody tomorrow luke bryan in the park. it's going to be big. meantime, have a great day.
good morning, i'm kristen sze. crews are gaining on the rocky fire. it's scorched nearly 70000 acres and is 40% contained now. 53 outbuildings have been destroyed. thousands are still displayed. the weather is going to get hotter and could be breezy mostly around the thunderstorms that may develop. increasing clouds by our standards and warmer than average. 70s along the coast. 80s in the south bay and north bay. 10:00 tonight through 7:00 tomorrow is our best chance for wet weather. >> we have a cig alert as you're entering the san mateo bridge from foster city. we have an accident here involving an overturned vehicle. two lanes are blocked very slow in the westbound direction. your drive across the bridge,it's
going to take you 50 minutes. >> now it's time for "live with >> it's "live with kelly & michael." today from the new film "fantastic four," miles teller. and recording artist and actor, rick springfield. plums the co-hosts respond to your comments on today's edition of "the inbox," all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] ♪ i've never been in love before ♪ i know now i've never been in love before ♪ [applause]