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not that jimmy didn't do a great job. he always does. "good morning america" starts right now. good morning, america. show-stopper at the oscars. >> all the female nominees in every category, stand with me. >> best actress, frances mcdormand, celebrating sisterhood and solidarity, as the time's up movement takes center stage. "the shape of water." >> and the groundbreaking "shape of water" winning major oscar gold. and jordan peele also taking home a groundbreaking win. >> i thought no one would ever make this movie. >> "gma" with exclusive access. >> are you ready? excited to be here? and backstage with the biggest winners. also this morning, winter storm warning. a blizzard is pummelling the midwest. a new nor'easter moving in after that devastating storm. and a major new headline in
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the russia investigation. special counsel mueller now questioning white house ties with another foreign power. ♪ and the bigger surprise of the night. hollywood's biggest stars stunning these unsuspecting fans. our exclusive with the man at the center of it all. all this and the moments you didn't see on tv. the "gma" oscars afterparty starts right now. >> good morning, america. we do say good morning, america. you had a good time there on the red carpet. >> i had a great time on the red carpet. >> especially with tiffany. >> oh, she was the best. absolutely the best. >> that was a moment. there were so many memorable moments last night. best actress, when she got up there on that stage, frances mcdormand and said what she did. "the new york post" is out with
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this cover, saying ladies' night. >> quite a night. all the awards went to the right winners last night. thanks to those bold letters on the envelopes. and warren beatty and faye dunaway got a do-over. did it without a hitch. >> they got a do-over. >> you don't look any worse for flying all night. >> thank you, george. don't get any ideas. lara is still out in hollywood. she'll bring us all the stuff she did backstage with the winners. there she is. we'll hear from her in a moment. but first, chris connelly with the huge moments of the night. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning, yes. very exciting moments last night. from the plot lines of the movies, to the heartfelt speeches, to jimmy kimmel's comedy. last night's oscars combined a state-of-the-art awards show with something else, a concerted effort by all concerned, to pivot the hollywood
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conversation towards positivity. >> if we can work together to stop sexual harassment in the workplace, if we can do that, women will only have to deal with harassment all the time at every other place they go. >> reporter: in his monologue, jimmy kimmel taking on hollywood's cultural revolution. >> oscar is the most beloved and respected man in hollywood. and there's a very good reason why. just look at him. he keeps his hands where you can see them. never says a rude word. >> reporter: he offered a jet ski prize for the night's shortest acceptance speech, modeled by helen mirren. >> we'll always remember this year as the year men screwed up so badly, women started dating fish. >> reporter: summing up in comedy an oscar night that addressed some harsh realities and rewarded a romantic fantasy. >> and the oscar goes to "the shape of water." >> reporter: the night's big winner with four oscars, its mastermind guillermo del toro accepted both best director and
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picture. >> i want to dedicate this to every young filmmaker. the youth that is showing us how things are done. >> reporter: it's an easy do-over for returning best pictures presenters warren beatty and faye dunaway. >> it's so nice seeing you again. >> as they say, presenting is lovelier the second time around. >> and the oscar goes to -- >> frances mcdormand. >> reporter: her second career best actress win for "three billboards outside of ebbing, missouri." >> so i'm hyperventilating a little bit. if i fall over, pick me up because i've got some things to say. >> reporter: frances mcdormand, seizing her call to action. >> all the female nominees stand with me. the actors. meryl, if you do it, everybody else will. come on. look around. we all have stories to tell and projects we need financed.
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don't talk to us about it at the parties tonight. invite us into your office in a couple of days, or you can come to ours, and we'll tell you all about them. >> reporter: for one moment, it looked as though allison janney was changing the game for good, as she accepted supporting actress for "i, tonya." >> i did it all by myself. >> reporter: many crowd favorites, sam rockwell. >> i would like to thank the academy. i never thought i would say those words. >> reporter: gary oldman. grateful to his 99-year-old mother. as he won best actor. >> put the kettle on. i'm bringing oscar home. >> reporter: and "get out's" jordan peele. the first african-american ever to win the academy award for best original screenplay. >> i want to dedicate this to all the people who raised my voice. i love you all. thank you so much. good night. >> reporter: many voices raised on many serious matters.
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but there was also this. tiffany haddish hit the stage at one point. she was joined by maya rudolph. and those two just crushed it. they killed. at its best, the oscars last night proved that inclusion is really entertaining for all of us, guys. >> it was an entertaining night. >> it gave me a vocabulary lesson, too. >> really? >> tiffany. >> are you going to make me say it now? dukey? >> oh, george, really. okay. tiffany was excited. >> that was a moment. that was a moment. >> i have to say, being on the red carpet, looking at tiffany, she was dancing earlier. she looked so excited. i said, tiffany, are you nervous? she said, no, i just want to dance. >> it's a lovely story about the cloak she was wearing. >> and to see timothee chalamet. who's from laguardia high school in new york. the shoutout to his people. guillermo del toro had people
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from his hometown shout him out. people in a time they were most nervous. one of the best things i have seen. >> and we got a wakanda forever. >> we did. >> and we have the winners. they gave such great speeches. everything we're just talking about. and then, you know, they headed backstage. who was waiting there for them? lara spencer. she's still there in hollywood looking smashing. good morning, lara. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. wow, what a special night it was backstage, being right there to witness so many historymaking moments, from jordan peele to allison janney, taking home her first oscar. and we were their first stop the second they got off the stage. >> and the oscar goes to -- jordan peele, "get out." >> reporter: with those words, jordan peele making history, becoming the first african-american to win best original screenplay for his much
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talked about thriller, "get out." >> can i tell you the craziest thing is getting up there and seeing just the sea of faces? denzel washington right here. meryl streep. lupita. daniel kaluuya. it's the most surreal thing. it's a dream. this means so much to me. i stopped writing this movie about 20 times because i thought it was impossible. >> reporter: did you really almost give up writing this? you wrote it? you put it down? you wrote it? you put it town? >> so many times. i walked away. it was the hardest thing i ever tried to do. it was such a risk, and i thought that there was so many ways it could go wrong. it did go wrong so many ways before i got it right. i kept at it. i just kept trying to make the movie that i wished someone would make for me. >> reporter: oprah winfrey tweeted at you today. tonight. >> say that again? >> reporter: oprah winfrey tweeted at you. >> that's what's up? >> reporter: that's what's up.
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>> she did? >> reporter: that's almost as good as that. >> they're neck and neck. i mean, honestly, it's great. >> reporter: also great, allison janney. >> allison janney, "i, tonya." >> reporter: her first time ever attending the oscars. and she goes home with best supporting actress. i've enjoyed seeing you at every awards show in the winner's circle. >> thank you. >> reporter: what a year, what a film, what a moment? >> it is. it's an unforgettable one. i'll never forget every part of this day is emblazoned in my mind. it's been -- yeah, i want to remember it. i will have a little bit of this just to enhance it. but i want to remember. to my "i, tonya" family. the magnificent margot robbie. and bird that elevated my work. >> reporter: did you write a speech? >> oh, my gosh. if i could show you
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the pages and pages of speeches i have written. >> reporter: you have to save those. >> i will. i'll take a picture when i get home. all these brilliant writer friends of mine have given me ideas. i've stolen every single one of them. >> reporter: hello and congratulations to frances. >> cheers, darling. >> have tequila. >> reporter: and seconds after her best actress triumph, a fly-by by frances mcdormand. all women just want to say thank you. >> well, we know it's theater, don't we? look around, ladies and gentlemen, because we all have stories to tell. >> that was the best moment. to make all the women stand up. it was really special. one of my favorite moments of the night. >> reporter: one other moment that might have -- >> this, yes, that is my ultimate favorite moment ever. >> reporter: so you guys saw that moment. i had with frances mcdormand, on top of the world, on her way to the parties. she must have gotten a little
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caught up in the excitement. for a moment, separated from her oscar. she was spotted looking a bit emotional, upset outside the governor's ball because the oscar got away from her. but her rep has confirmed to "usa today," the leading lady and her golden friend were reunited and went on to enjoy some celebratory in-n-out burgers. what else do you do after you win? >> and that tequila as she was passing by. happy to know she was reunited with the oscar. thank you, lara. much more on the oscars coming up. we're going to turn now to a new storm that's targeting the midwest and the northeast, heading right for the areas already hit hard over the weekend. at least nine people have been killed. hundreds of thousands still without power. kenneth moton is in falls church, virginia, with the latest. good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: an incredible scene here. this homeowner is okay. he invited us in so we could show you this mess.
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the man was sleeping right here in this bed. his head on that pillow when the large tree sliced the wall like a hot knife through butter. this morning, piles of snow are blanketing the west, causing accidents and dangerous driving conditions. in salt lake city. the storm now set to kick into the midwest and northeast, where people are trying to restore electricity. from virginia to massachusetts, destruction and downed power lines. overnight, more than 500,000 people still in the dark. >> it's horrible. it looks like a war zone. >> reporter: in fairfax county, virginia, resident scott rollins asleep when this tree came crashing in. he was pinned for 30 minutes. >> a 100-foot red oak tree came through my roof and it stopped an inch from my face. if that's not a miracle, what is? >> reporter: falling trees causing destruction.
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it looked like it tried to split the house in half. >> yes, there was a shock. just disbelief at seeing the house. >> reporter: at least eight people killed by falling trees, including 6-year-old anthony hamilton. >> a freak accident took the baby from us. >> reporter: in hard-hit massachusetts, incredible coastal damage and flooding. destructive waves in scituate left behind piles of rocks and rubble. powerful surf ripped homes off their foundations in this community. >> the wind was scary. it was a bad one. >> reporter: with another storm heading this way, there's an urgency to remove fallen trees like this one so owners can cover the homes with tarps. the homeowner says because of the loud and strong wind gusts, his wife slept in another room. otherwise, she would have taken the brunt of this tree. michael? >> all right, thank you so much, kenneth. george. to washington and the latest on the russia investigation. new signs that robert mueller is widening his probe.
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pierre thomas has the details. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: george, good morning. most investigations like this end up following the money. today, there are growing questions about whether business dealings in the trump family played any role in foreign policy decisions and whether nations other than russia tried to influence the trump campaign. this morning, the special counsel possibly expanding the investigation. to look into whether there was influence peddling not just from russia but the middle east. "the new york times" raising questions about possible attempts by officials of the united arab emirates to buy political influence by directing money to support mr. trump during the presidential campaign. according to "the times," an associate affiliated with the uae visited the white house a number of times, meeting with former adviser steve bannon and the president's son-in-law, jared kushner, whose financial dealings have recently been scrutinized. there are reports surfacing about kushner's business seeking money from qatar. that doesn't materialize.
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the trump administration took a firm stance against qatar. >> if it's true, it's damning. if it's true, jared kushner has to go. >> reporter: the new questions come after a tumultuous at the white house. the congressional appearance of hope hicks and the president's ongoing frustrations with attorney general jeff sessions. it started with sessions' recusal from the russia investigation. >> he feels like that was the first sin. the original sin. and he feels slighted by it. he doesn't like it. he's not going to let it go. >> reporter: as of this morning, sessions has no intention of resigning. but george, have to tell you, some at the justice department are waiting for trump to respond to sessions pushing back. these have been uncertain days. let's bring in jon karl for more on all this. let's begin with jared kushner. a series of stories last week. the president joked about him on saturday night. but the bricks are piling up on his back. >> reporter: an absolutely brutal series of stories, george.
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bibi netanyahu, the prime minister of israel will be here today. jared kushner has the middle east peace portfolio. the peace process is all but dead at this point. kushner is dealing with his downgraded security clearance and this story after story of bad news. but the joke the president said hit close to home. he said, you know, we were late tonight, because jared could not get through security. funny line, but also one that reflects the reality here. his position in this white house is severely diminished. >> the truth hurts a little bit. meantime, on trade, the president announced tariffs last week. still waiting for the formal announcement. the president up and tweeting about it. even though when i spoke to his commerce secretary yesterday, wilbur ross, he seemed to open the door on the timing and maybe the scope. >> reporter: this announcement caught everybody by surprise. including the top economic advisers. and one quote from wilbur ross yesterday really stuck out to me. he said, about whether or not
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the president would actually go through on these tariffs, quote, what he has said he has said. if he says something different, it will be something different. >> well, that is true. >> reporter: a major economic decision, george. a major economic move. we haven't seen the paperwork. nobody really knows if the president will fully go through with it. >> we have seen a lot of reaction from overseas. we now have a date for my exclusive interview with james comey. his first since been fired from the fbi by president trump. a special edition of "20/20" on sunday night, april 15th. let's go to rob. tracking storms. >> snow out west. record for the day in salt lake city, there's i-80. a not-so-fun drive, for sure. this storm heading to the plains. a blizzard warning for the northern plains. winter storm warnings as well through minneapolis. and a winter storm watch up for the northeast. here we go again with a potential nor'easter. let's track this.
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this is the storm coming across the plains with heavy snow and wind. maybe 50 miles or better. chicago may get a little bit of light snow. mostly north of i-90. this should be a more typical nor'easter. hopefully, not as strong as last week. good monday morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. sunny and dry and almost average high temperatures today.
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spring returns for a couple of days, and then chances of light rain and showers take our temperatures back down. today, 59 in richmond. everybody else, about 60 to 64 degrees. tonight, mid- to upper 30s inland, around redwood city, low to mid-40s for the rest of us. my accuweather seven-day forecast, increasing clouds and warmth tuesday and wednesday. chance of sh coming up, much more from the oscars. the meaning behind the final words from frances mcdormand as she left the oscars stage. and the real-life heroes behind this powerhouse performance. and jimmy kimmel pulled off another big surprise. crashing a movie theater with some of hollywood's top stars and some food. we'll talk to the man in the middle of it all. that's coming you on "gma."
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good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. san francisco police are looking for suspended raiders player, aldon smith. police say he is connected to a domestic violence incident with his girlfriend at her apartment on sunday night. she said he threw her around, bit her wrist, and then went out the window. smith posted a quick statement on instagram last night saying, quote, you are all wrong. let's get every to alexa smith with a check of your commute. >> we had a couple of earlier accidents on northbound 280 heading into san francisco, before the 101 interchange. they both have cleared. we had one at alemany and one just before 101. one was a high-speed collision and we had some injuries at the other. likely onlooker delay. quick look outside, the san mateo bridge, westbound 92, we
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♪ ♪ look out 'cause here i come ♪ look out 'cause here i come ♪ watch out watch it out ♪ this is me wow. welcome back to "gma." whoo, got us dancing in our seats this morning. that's the powerhouse oscars performance of "this is me" from "the greatest showman." the song is all about accepting and loving yourself. and we loved that performance last night. >> and that woman we love right there, keala settle. it helped her overcome her own body images and she says that she quote learned not to give power -- not to give power to that doubt and that insecurity anymore. >> i love hearing that message. my daughters play that song on repeat.
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every time we get chills. i love the message. >> and the performance last night. they went out into the audience. it was memorable. >> absolutely. also right now, thousands in the northeast are still without power after those deadly and devastating storms over the weekend. this morning, another storm is on the move. taking aim at the midwest. bringing more snow, wind, and rain. and this morning in the wake of the high school shooting in florida, florida lawmakers are facing an important vote on gun measures and school safety. the bill today proposes legislation to raise the minimum age to purchase a gun to 21 and also allows for some teachers to be armed. >> does not include an assault weapon ban. guns was front and center at the oscars. all kinds of activism on stage. of course the me too movement. amy the key moment the acceptance speech from frances mcdormand. >> frances mcdormand stole the show with her call to action. she asked all the women
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nominated last night to literally take a stand in solidarity and fight for inclusivity. ♪ >> reporter: on hollywood's biggest night, it was activism that took center stage. >> so i'm hyperventilating a little bit. if i fall over, pick me up 'cause i've got some things so say. >> reporter: best actress frances mcdormand used her time at the microphone to honor every female nominee. but many viewers were left scratching their heads with her final words. >> i have two words to leave with you tonight, ladies and gentlemen, inclusion rider. >> reporter: across the twittersphere, celebrities were quick to clarify. actress and writer whitney cummings says an inclusion rider is something actors put into their contracts to ensure gender and racial equality. on the red carpet, black atti attire -- black and white attire
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took a backseat to color. >> you have a 10-year-old daughter. have you explained to her what is going on? >> oh, yes, she calls herself a feminist. before all this. i really feel relieved that i know the new generations will have it easier. >> reporter: the conversations continued on the stage at times with humor. >> the academy, as you're not doubt aware, took action to expel harvey weinstein. you know, the only other person to be expelled from the academy ever was a character actor named carmine caridi. in 2004, he was kicked out for sharing screeners. carmine caridi got the same punishment at harvey weinstein for giving his neighbor a copy of "sea biscuit" on vhs. >> our voices joining together in a mighty chorus that is finally saying, time's up. >> reporter: oscar winner common and singer andra day used their performance of "stand up for something" from the movie "marshall" to
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shine a light on activists fighting for change. >> we stand up for the dreamers, we stand up for the immigrants. >> reporter: common also calling out the nra. >> we put up monuments for the feminists. tell the nra they're in god's way. >> reporter: bringing the audience to their feet. and the academy also devoting a segment to honoring diversity and equality in hollywood. featuring female filmmakers and artists of color. george, it was a powerful night. larry hackett, to talk about it. our media expert. bringing in different voices. we learned what inclusion rider means thanks to frances mcdormand. >> i thought her speech was great. the first rule of storytelling, show, don't tell. she had the women stand up in the audience. you could see who they were. it was very powerful. the oscars get slammed for people rolling down their limousine windows and scolding us on what to do.
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they made it about their industry. she did a very good job of making it about the people in the room. >> the bar pretty high for jimmy kimmel. i think he succeeded by not making it about him and being very straight. >> he said this is about positivity. they did do that. there wasn't a lot of fury. there was a lot of serious feeling about it. it was woven through the show. it wasn't there in the beginning and that was the end of it. the segments with ashley judd and annabella sciorra were very good. it was meaningful and important. >> where do the awards shows go from here? >> it's very tough. i said to many people, two things in the world need to be fixed. voting machines and awards shows. it's tough. it's a three-hour slog. he said the first awards show was 15 minutes long. there were the jokes. people wishing. >> somebody did win that jet ski. >> 37 seconds. >> overall, you know, before the
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awards season began, we didn't know what to expect with all -- now it's culminated with the oscars. overall, what do you think? >> i thought they did a good job. with the golden globes, there was the time's up movement and the black dresses. i think they did a good job with each show. it's what we say every year. now let's see what happens? where are the meetings? do the new films get made? the idea that only 11% of films are directed by women is incredible. that has to change. let's see what changes next year. >> thank you very much. let's head back to hollywood. lara is still there. she was backstage last night with all the winners, including guillermo del toro. lara? >> hello, robin. yeah, guillermo del toro the big winner of the evening. and he described his movie as a thriller, a comedy, a drama. it seemed like the academy agreed -- this one had it all.
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>> guillermo del toro. >> reporter: with 13 nominations, more than any other film this year, it was no surprise that "shape of water" delivered gold. for best director guillermo del toro. what's the message you want people to take away from the film? >> the power of fairytale. to restore your faith in beauty and love and everything we don't believe is easy. >> reporter: do you remember everything that you said? >> they showed it to me. i looked sweaty. i looked like michael moore. >> mrs. hayes. >> reporter: sam rockwell kicking off the night. what was it like winning the first oscar of the night? >> it was pretty amazing. it was nice to get it over with. it was surreal. it's a real adrenaline rush. dry mouth. you're freaking out. >> reporter: best actor, gary oldman, credits his wife for joining him on the journey to perfect his role as winston churchill in "darkest hour."
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>> my wife got me spouting churchillian quotes. >> churchilian? >> she called it my miss winny. i was sort of soft and rotund. >> she liked that? >> she liked the cuddly thing. >> so she misses winston? >> in a -- there was, i'm told. a sweetness and a charm to him. on the set. that -- the ladies liked. >>would you honor me and say one line that winston might have said if he was up there receiving? >> winston probably would have said, i deserved this. >> and that is the sound bite of the night. indeed, it was. gary oldman says it was as if winston was living with him for all those months of the shooting of the film. and he dearly misses churchill. however, he said, the truth is his wife does not.
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coming up, i'll bring you the most talked about moments of the night. there were so many. >> so many. all right, lara, thank you very much. you were talking about the dancing. >> dancing as winston churchill. i don't know if we have it. but it was great. >> one of the highlights of last night. coming up, we have the man who went to the movies. he wound up on the oscars. he's going to join us live when we come back. >> one moment you can be -- >> one moment you can be -- a new hero appears [kid woahs] introducing kinder joy. one egg. two treats. half smooth cocoa and sweet cream with crispy wafer bites; half mystery toy. new kinder joy. a little surprise goes a long way you'dreamt about it, it, maybe you should just go ahead and do it. we're legalzoom,
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and that huge surprise for some lucky movie fans. jimmy kimmel led a group of celebrities from the oscars ceremo ceremony, to crash the screening of "a wrinkle in time." one of those lucky audience members is joining us now. mike young. how are you, my friend? >> i'm doing great. >> mike, i have to ask, what went through your mind when you saw jimmy kimmel and gal gadot walk into the theater last night? >> was just like -- man, i can't believe this is happening. once i seen him coming in, i knew it was next door. i was like, wow, it's actually happening. i'm on the oscars this year. >> and to have such big stars handing out hot dogs and candy, come on? >> oh, i know. it was great. it was amazing. >> what was your most memorable conversation? >> it was actually with jimmy kimmel.
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kimmel. i was talking to him. just told him, let him know i was celebrating my wife's birthday. he said it was his wife's birthday as well. it was pretty cool to talk to jimmy kimmel. >> were you nervous? when you had to do that big introduction? >> i'm sorry? >> were you nervous when you had to do the introduction? >> i was a little nervous. i got through most of it. i got to tiffany's name. and i apologize on badgering you name. but i got it right the second time. >> and you know they told you to put your phone away inside the movie theater. i'm sure after this, you had to have looked at it. i mean -- what were the messages like from your friends? >> oh, everybody's like, oh, my god, what's going on? you're on the oscars? how did you get there? and everything else. i was like, going for a taping. the next thing i know, i'm on the oscars. it was incredible. i could barely watch the end of the movie. >> you were there for a taping.
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a screening, "wrinkle in time." can you give us a review? how did you like the movie? >> it was a great movie. it was -- recommend it highly. i'll go watch it again. good for the whole family. >> but we should let people know, mike, when they watch the movie, stars probably will not be walking into the room to surprise them. let that be known. and mike -- >> yeah, definitely. >> we're very glad you had some fun last night. you were part of the oscars. it made for a very memorable moment. so that was really cool. >> thank you, mike. when we come back, we're going to show you what jimmy kimmel gave all the oscar audience. also the letter he wrote for each of them. ir down? from the world's number one conditioner brand... new pantene light-as-air foam conditioner, full of rich pro-v nutrients... hd 4
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let's go back out to lara in hollywood. for more of the big moments of the night. including jimmy kimmel's gift to every member of the audience. >> yeah, george, it was a great moment. jimmy does know how to keep an audience happy. before the show even started, he told them to reach under their seats. each with a lunch box. each decorated with a name of one of the best picture nominees. they were filled to the brim with snacks. and just like a good mom, he slipped a handwritten note inside each one. we don't like it when people are hungry, so we provided snacks for everyone at the oscars. each box included a donation to
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the l.a. food bank. a thoughtful gift. >> the other big moment, frances mcdormand's speech. she talk about another champion, who took home gold, olympic gold, halfpipe champion chloe kim. she said, i think this must be what chloe kim felt doing back-to-back 1080s in the olympic halfpipe, lara. >> chloe tweeted back, hey, frances, let's go snowboarding some time. no word yet this morning on whether frances has taken her up on the oscar, but we love those spontaneous exchanges. >> thank you, lara. much more from the oscars coming up. a lot on tiffany haddish and maya rudolph. will they be the next oscars hosts? scott rogowsky is here with a very special oscars edition. how many questions can you get right? oscars edition.
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good morning, south bay. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. >> hey, good morning to you. i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. mike nicco, it looks like summer out there, but does it feel like it? >> no, not at all. but it will feel warmer later on. in fact, we still have frosty conditions in our inland valleys. check out our activity planner. good everywhere, dry, just watch out for the pollen, and a small chop if you're going to be out playing on the bay. my accuweather seven-day forecast, a touch of spring for a couple of days before the rain rolls in wednesday night with cooler weather to follow. alexis? >> all right, we have a couple of issues in san jose slowing you down on northbound 101. they both have pushed off to the shoulder, but we are seeing residual delays. first one approaching capital expressway, the second one a little closer to alum rock. expect some delays in the south bay. a quick check outside, a sunny day through walnut creek, south on 680 is crawling along as usual as you approach 24.
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>> we'll have another abc 7 news updates in about 30 minutes and always on our news app and join the whole team for "abc 7 mornings," weekdays 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. the news continues now with "good morning america."
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[ horns honking ] hey, this is the oscars show. where is everybody? >> all right, everybody. two minutes. we're back in two minutes. >> two minutes, robin. >> get out. >> that's a good one. >> no, seriously. get out. ♪ ♪ diamonds up and down my chain cardi b can't tell me nothing ♪ >> hey, hey, hey. ♪ >> whoo!
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♪ okay okay okay ♪ ooh don't we look good together ♪ ♪ there's a reason why they watch all night long ♪ ♪ yeah i know we'll turn heads forever so tonight i'm gonna show you off ♪ ♪ when i'm walking with you i watch the whole room change ♪ ♪ baby that's what you do my baby don't blame blame it on my cover ♪ ♪ shut down on site that's right ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> whoo!
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oh, my. thank you. >> how about that for the opening to the oscar afterparty? you guys are sparkling. >> oh, yeah. >> one of these. for you back stage. >> the show was full of such powerful moments. frances took that stage, what that incredible speech meant to so many. celebrating every woman who was nominated. her fellow actress nominees shared this hug. whoo! people on twitter called it sisterhood at its finest. >> i agree. >> so many great behind-the-scenes moments you didn't see. and, did you see this man on the red carpet? did you see him on the red carpet? [ applause ] >> so many -- so many -- red carpet, people were really so excited on the red carpet. the anticipation of going in.
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those nominated and those just there with so much, lin-manuel miranda. common. jane fonda. matthew mcconaughey viola davis. her husband. >> oh. jane fonda. >> so much excitement. i wanted to reach through and rub your suit. >> everybody kept coming up, is that velvet? yes, it was. >> velvet? >> as excited as we were on the red carpet, they were very excited backstage. lara was there with the big winners moments after they got gold. she'll join us live from hollywood. and so many stars making powerful statements on the red carpet. from lupita nyong'o to tiffany haddish. both their looks had stories behind them. there were reasons they had on those outfits. that's all coming up. there were so many great moments. jimmy kimmel got a lot of laughs. that's what he does. he started out the night
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bringing out a timer and he promised a jet ski to the person with the shortest speech. >> so funny when helen mirren was presenting it. as well. uh-oh. that's our cue. we're not going to win the jet ski. that ooir trying to tell us something right now. >> back to chris connelly in hollywood. more on the night's biggest moments, hey, chris. >> reporter: good morning, robin. there were moments big and small. last night's oscars honored movies and performances that chronicle the lives of outsiders. and given the current conversations about diversity and occlusion, that's probably not a coincidence. just consider the film that won best picture. >> and the oscar goes to -- "the shape of water." >> reporter: a gentle fable about a romance between a merman and a maid. a cinematic tribute to outsiders everywhere. won four oscars. guillermo del toro accepting best picture and director. >> i want to dedicate this to
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every young filmmaker. the youth that is showing us how things are done. >> reporter: no drama for warren beatty and faye dunaway. it was smooth sailing for these presenters after last year's best picture whoops-a-daisy. >> it's so nice seeing you again. >> as they say, presenting is lovelier the second time around. >> and the oscar goes to -- >> frances mcdormand. >> reporter: her best actress win for "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri," had frances fired up. and ready to speak her mind to the world. >> i have two words to leave with you tonight. ladies and gentlemen, inclusion rider. >> reporter: an inclusion rider in an actor's contract gives him or her the ability to ensure diversity in all phases of the film's production. ashley judd, annabella sciorra, and salma hayek. also bringing activism to the forefront. >> joining together in a chorus
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finally saying, time's up. >> reporter: allison janney supporting actress winner for "i tonya" getting laughs. by spoofing the attitude of gratitude. >> i did it all by myself. >> reporter: another crowd-rousing favorite. "get out's" jordan peele. the first african-american ever to win the oscar for best original screenplay. >> i want to dedicate this to all the people who raised my voice. >> reporter: our lara spencer caught up with him. >> do you have another "get out" in you? >> do i have a sequel or -- >> interpret it as you wish. >> i'm open to an idea of a sequel. i'm addicted to making movies. i want to continue telling the stories i want to see. >> reporter: telling those stories. hollywood making it possible for more different kinds of stories to be told. that mission very much on oscars mind last night. now we'll get the party started, guys. >> certainly will. thank you, chris. another storm is brewing right now in the midwest.
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we want to go to rob. this could bring snow to millions? >> yes, george. we have 400,000 people still without power. a rush to get those people back online. damaging winds from boston to the carolinas. here we go, the next storm coming out of the rockies. salt lake city with record snow yesterday. going to bring damaging winds across the plains and snow from minneapolis to just north of chicago by later on tonight. it traverses the great lakes and by wednesday morning, we'll get another nor'easter developing. the details are sketchy. this might be more typical. wind, yes. probably snow. a fair amount. could see six inches here in the bigger cities. don't put away the snow boots on even though you got to fancy clothes on right now. guys back up to you. speaking of the fancy clothes. we have the best-dressed audience ever. [ applause ] just trying to keep up with y'all. that's right. coming up we have much more of our exclusive oscars coverage of the red carpet backstage. we'll hear from the stars on their big night. >> and the red carpet fashions
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taking a whole new meaning this year. how the stars sent a powerful message with what they wore. and how much do we know about the oscars? we'll find out with a "gma" edition of hq trivia. host scott rogowsky is here live. look who is over there, dj irie. spinning with our oscars afterparty. don't go anywhere. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] the whole wide world, ♪ ♪ here'so ♪ from your brother to your sister ♪ ♪ to your best friend's girl, ♪ wow! ♪ don't bring that bad day with cha. ♪ ♪ leave it at the door ♪ it's a cold blooded killer ♪ take it out for sure ♪ ♪ wow! ♪ here's an invitation to the whole wide world, ♪ ♪ from your brother to your sister ♪ ♪ to your best friend's girl, ♪ can't excuse it
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>> i'm in a good spot right now. >> oh, whoa. >> bubbling cider here. >> you were with them last night. got to hang with lara as well. there's the excitement, joining us, lara, we raise our glass to you. cheers. job -- >> right over here. >> another job well done, lara. oh. >> robin roberts, cheers to you. cheers to you, george. and to you, michael. you know what? cheers to the academy for hosting a special night for the winners, who walked offstage, came backstage right to talk to us, still totally blown away by what just happened. can you tell me what that feeling is that i will never know? to be sitting in that audience and to hear your name called? >> uh, yeah. it's breathtaking. everything slows down. it was crazy. i looked at stephen.
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he was like, yeah, it happened. it just feels like, you're moving slowly. >> yesterday, you won the independent spirit award. you posted a video putting a casserole in the oven. >> you just caught me. i'm putting in my casserole. >> what was in the casserole? >> absolutely nothing. >> i knew it! >> i have never made a casserole if my life. we decided to have fun getting ready for the stuff we were doing. i think we posted one today with me vacuuming in this very dress getting ready to go. like, oh, hello. >> don't mind me. >> just doing a little housekeeping before i go to the oscars. keep it real. you know. >> reporter: also keeping it real, jordan peele. for his horror flick "get out." this movie freaked me out like no other. >> yes. >> it's amazing. >> i wanted conversation to happen. i was -- i was wondering why i had never seen a horror movie about the modern african-american fears and pain. and -- that real horror.
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so -- i -- to me, there was a void in the conversation and i wanted to fill that void. >> what is that like to be in that theater and hear your name called out? >> uh -- it feels like someone hits you in the head with a metal baseball bat. then you walk offstage afterward, you're like, where -- did i -- where is my seat? >> can we just discuss "phantom thread"? >> yes. >> amazingly disturbing. >> great way to describe it. >> reporter: mark bridges scored the best win of the night. an oscar and this bad boy. the jet ski jimmy kimmel offered up to the winner with the shortest speech. by the way, he clocked in at 36 seconds. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: pixar's "coco" took home two oscars. including best animated feature. what is the message you want everyone who sees it to leave with?
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>> it's through remembrance that we're connected forever to the people who left an imprint on our hearts. so many people feel that. >> that is human emotion. it's sent its message around the world. >> reporter: and best original song going to husband and wife duo robert and kristen anderson-lopez for "remember me." did you write this on the subway? >> bobby wrote the most beautiful melody, that -- and i took that tune and i had to get on the f train to go to manhattan, and the song poured out. >> is it true you wrote the beautiful, lyrical music in your boxers? >> hey, good research. how do you know that? >> i was not looking in your window. i did read that. >> it's easy when you have the most inspiring and powerful and beautiful loving woman in your life and in your work. >> oh.
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just a lovely couple. robert lopez, you just saw, he won his first oscar four years ago for "let it go" from "frozen." last night, he was the only double egot winner ever. two emmys, two grammys, two oscars, two tonys. guys, talented? just a little. >> i had to give props. my muse is t.j.'s daughter. i saw what she was wearing. to be in. and i thought -- you know what? if she can pull off the gold dress, maybe i can do it, do it as well. tiffany haddish. you had such great time with her. >> she was great. >> she's the breakout star of the year from her role in "girls' trip." to the oscar nominations. last night she did not disappoint last night. rocked it on the red carpet, on the stage, making quite an impression at her first oscars. right, amy? >> she had my whole family laughing with you, michael.
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she kept it going on stage with maya rudolph. she had a special moment with meryl streep. it seems like tiffany haddish may have won for the best time at the awards show. >> it's like a dream come true. i have sat and watched the oscars for years. alwa ys wanted to go. now i'm here. now i'm here. >> reporter: on stage, tiffany haddish living out the dream. alongside fellow comedian maya rudolph. >> when we came out together, we know some of you were thinking, are the oscars too black now? >> but we just want to say, don't worry. there are so many more white people to come. >> mm-hmm. so many. we just came from backstage, and there are tons of 'em back there. >> tons of 'em. >> reporter: and bringing back her white dress which she vowed to wear as often as possible after shelling out big bucks for the "girls' trip" red carpet. and wearing it on "saturday night live." >> this dress cost way more than my mortgage. it's an alexander mcqueen. okay? it's a $4,000 dress.
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i'm going to wear this dress multiple times. >> before he died, her father told her to make sure to honor her people. she did it on the red carpet in a gown honoring her african roots. she told michael how excited she was to meet a certain hollywood icon. >> you're going to track down meryl streep. you want her to play your mother in "girls trip 2." have you had a chance to bump into her? >> no, i haven't. i'm looking for her. and we'll have a conversation. >> reporter: before jumping the red carpet rope, anxious to meet her hero. on stage, she told meryl her wish. >> hi, meryl. i want you to be my mama one day. >> one day. >> just one day. >> come get this money, girl. >> they were so good. tiffany haddish and maya rudolph so popular. when they presented those awards last night. a lot of people are making a push on social media for them to host next year's oscars. we also heard maybe like a "thelma & louise" reboot. anything where they can be together. they were so good.
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>> they were quite funny. my, rob. you clean up real nice there. >> you guys put the pressure on. thank you. i like it up here. i'll keep my snow boots in the closet. forget about them. i like the way you guys hang out. i'm not the only one dressing up. or everybody else here. check this out. the pooches are into it. that's maui and moon. they dress up for every occasion. got the fancy french champagne going. parker with the bow tie. look, if you're going to watch the oscars, you're -- what kind of oscar statue is that? almost a dog oscar statue. hope you enjoyed the show. the afterparty continues. i hope good monday morning. i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. sunny and dry and almost average high temperatures today. spring returns for a couple of days, and then chances of light rain and showers take our temperatures back down. today, 59 in richmond. everybody else, about 60 to 64
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degrees. tonight, mid- to upper 30s inland, around redwood city, low to mid-40s for the rest of us. my accuweather seven-day forecast, increasing clouds and warmth tuesday and wednesday. chance of shshshshshshshshshshsh this awards season, so many stars have used fashion to make a statement. turning the red carpet into a place to make a point. last night was no different. let's welcome cindy leive, bevy smith, and joe zee. the fabulous trio right here. the fab three, i like that. cindy, this awards season kicked off a big fashion statement. all black. the stars continued to make a statement last night but in a different way. >> different from the golden globes. it was about everyone being in uniform. that was kind of a palate cleanser awards ceremony with everything from the fall. with all the accusations of
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sexual misconduct. last night, it was about personal statements. and when you think about it, the oscars are a place for you as an actor to tell the world who you are. so we saw a lot of sort of pride in identity and lots of different ways last night. two of my favorite looks were on chadwick boseman and lupita nyong'o from "black panther." you saw -- this is the wakanda. by the way, a preview of what we're going to see in 2019 when the movie is nominated. i loved both of their looks. and lupita with the warrior sash. rita moreno. i have to shout out to her. i love a rewear. she's wearing the exact dress, not a replica, the exact dress she wore 56 years ago. i can't fit into things i wore six years ago let alone 56. >> you talked about personal style. tiffany haddish had her own personal style. there was a meaning behind what she wore. >> she was getting lambasted by people on social media.
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there's a meaning behind the dress. i hung out with her throughout the oscar weekend. she told me that this dress was all about paying homage to her father who is from eritrea. he actually passed away. she asked, should i wear it? i said yes. i loved it. it's paying homage to your heritage. >> i thought she looked beautiful. time's up pins on the red carpet as well. >> i mean, the reality is it's always been important on the red carpet. more now than ever. it's not just who are you wearing, but what do you stand for? it's an important message throughout the season. time's up was really big. the biggest trend is probably going to be activism and social politics in a way. it wasn't just about time's up. it was what about you stood for. back to the thing about individuality. lin-manuel miranda wore a pin for every town.
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for anti-gun violence. and whoopi goldberg wore a red ribbon for aids awareness. there is so much out there because they realize this is an incredible platform to say what you want to say. >> and speaking of trends, white was a big trend. >> it was a white hot night, darling. jane fonda, fabulous. this proves it gets greater later, right? we saw mary j. blige in the beautiful column dress. she looked beyond chic. and there were so many people in metallics as well. a lot of metallics. gal gadot in the beautiful flapper she had. >> jennifer lawrence. in christian dior. that was really beautiful as well. and white and metallic to me, are one and the same. >> i think, gold, white, red, black. those are all strong colors. i don't think it's a coincidence we saw them. >> right there. >> oh, my gosh. >> a lot of nontraditional tuxes, as well. >> i give it up for the guys.
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they looked great. of course, timothee chalamet wore head to toe white. echoing the women there. armie hammer, the velvet tux. car carry grant thing going on. ansel, michael, you didn't know what to wear. you lock so sharp. you make me feel underdressed. that's not good. >> this old thing. >> i just love timothee chalamet. he looked like mr. roark mixed with the ice cream man. >> his mother was with him. i love that. margot robbie's mother was with her, too. i love it. that is the best accessory you could have on any red carpet. thank you. hq trivia oscars edition. we'll be back.
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this excl on "gma." tomorrow, chelsea clinton and luke bryan. wednesday, can you say oprah? get this, "bachelor" arie is live, too. who will he bring with him?
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good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning on this monday. it's 8:27. i'm reggie aqui. supervisor ken yeager says allowing firearms to be sold at the fairgrounds is contrary to one of the county's main missions, promoting the health and well-being of its residents. a man representing the group that sponsored a gun show last month says that yeager needs to read the constitution. let's take a look at your monday morning traffic. hey, alexis. >> hey, good morning. unfortunately, we have a new mass transit issue and this is sounding pretty serious. we have caltran ain anin anin a incident. b.a.r.t. is honoring caltran tickets. we are seeing major delays for
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now your accuweather forecast with mike nicco. >> still have an issue up in the north bay with freezing fog possible, as temperatures still around, c'essay, petaluma with thick fog out there right around freezing. the rest of us above freezing for now. frost may return tomorrow morning, but we're looking ahead to sunshine and a milder temperatures today, tomorrow,
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and wednesday before rain wednesday night. reggie? >> thanks, mike. another update in about 25 ♪nother update in about 25 [ cheers and applause ] welcome back to "gma." dj irie is keeping the party going here in our studios. jimmy kimmel is not the only one who can treat his audience right. we treat our audience right, as well. we're celebrating our oscars afterparty with our incredible audience. thank you guys. you all look beautiful. handsome. we're going to do this party right. we're going to treat you. so guys, come on out. >> come on out. >> come on out. >> joey d.
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candy. sandwich. hot dog. >> come on out this way. >> oh, my gosh. what are you doing, man? >> that was -- that's what -- that was -- that was a faulty hot dog cannon if you didn't recognize. >> way to go, sal. >> this was -- this hot dog must have come from the show last night. as well. >> you're not going to eat that. whoo. >> you hear that music. ♪ >> there it is. >> that's the music. the "hq" theme music. time for hq trivia. millions of fans tune in to play. for the hq trivia jackpot. the host is here for a special "gma" oscars edition. please welcome scott rogowsky. ♪ >> whoo! >> hi. >> how are you? >> how are you? all right. >> hi. >> looking good. >> wow.
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yes, we're all looking good. so glam. >> i think we're ready. >> okay, so 2.1 million played the oscar trivia? >> yeah, almost 2.2 million players last night. yes. >> i played. >> how did you do? >> you got me with the smallest state. i was so annoyed. i said vermont, not connecticut. >> what is your number one tip to help people? >> play with your friends. refer your friends, get an extra life. that will keep you in. i was talking to a producer played with her dad last night and got to 14 out of 15. if they had gotten the last one, we gave out $50,000 is our record-setting game. $50,000 given out to six winners. who split it. >> my kids get mad at me when i knock them out. >> she was like, it's your fault, mom. i was like i'm sorry. my 11-year-old has a crush on you. do you get that a lot? >> yes, it's a -- it's amazing to see the people who tweet at me and message me. >> people coming up to you all the time. >> i'm big at bar mitzvahs. let's put it that way.
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yeah. >> the game has exploded. it's taken off. >> a few months ago, we were talking 300,000 players. and thinking that was a big deal. 2.2 million. on oscar night. yeah. >> you know what? >> we're having our -- oscars afterparty right now. as you can see. you have a special edition. hq oscar edition. that we're going to play. >> we're going to test you right now. are you ready? >> let's get to it. >> all right. >> look what you're playing for here. look what you're playing for here. an hq-demy award. getting the party started this morning. question one. who holds the record for most nominations in acting? meryl streep, daniel day-lewis, or katharine hepburn? >> meryl. >> we know this one. >> 21 nominations for meryl streep. correct. very good. they start easy. >> stop complaining.
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>> question two, last night's ceremony lasted three hours and 49 minutes. how long did the first last? >> "b." >> you're saying "b." george? correct. 15 minutes. jet skis for everybody that year. jimmy kimmel hosted last night for the second time. who hosted the most? bob hope, billy crystal, whoopi goldberg. >> billy crystal. >> the audience said billy crystal nine times but bob hope hosted 19 times. >> oh. >> oh. >> as it was known in his house, passover. that's what he said. q4, last night, "the shape of water" won best picture. what was the first color picture to win? "the wizard of oz." "an american in paris." "gone with the wind." >> i think "a." >> wizard of oz? >> yeah.
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>> frankly, my dear, it's "gone with the wind." >> oh, you had it. >> 1939. >> an extra life. one more question. take it or leave it. winner takes all. last night, guillermo del toro won best director. which famous director never won an oscar? alfred hitchcock. james brooks. or francis ford cope la. >> we're going hitchcock? that's it. alfred hitchcock. i'm going to give it to you. with hq, you have to get them all. i'm going to give it to you. you're all winners today. >> thank you. >> thank you, scott. >> we're live, 3:00 p.m. today and 9:00 p.m. eastern. >> i did well when i play with them. >> friends, it helps. it helps. >> congratulations. >> great to be back with you. >> take a look at this. so many beautiful performances last night. but this one, you gotta admit, it just stole the show.
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let's take a look at it again. ♪ this is who i'm meant to be this is me ♪ ♪ look out cause here i come look out because here i come ♪ >> keala settle, overcome with emotion during her powerhouse performance of "this is me." from "the greatest showman." backed by supporting singers. she received a standing ovation from the crowd. she says the anthem has helped her overcome her own insecurities. saying that fight will always be something i struggle with. each time i sing, it gets easier. >> wow. >> and her co-stars sung their praises over twitter. zac efron, i have no words. you were glorious. hugh jackman. sharing a photo of the two of them. i don't know another description for that performance lest for extraordinary. and we all have to agree. >> i get chills just watching it again. so beautiful. >> went out into the audience. >> thank you so much, guys. >> it was great.
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[ cheers and applause ] we're back with our oscars afterparty. we made prop bets before the big show.
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side bets on things that don't affect the final outcome if you win an oscar or not. we're about to find out how we did. t.j. holmes is here. he got the results. let's see who the big winner is. where's t.j.? [ applause ] >> michael was the one with the long night, not you, man. >> did you just stumble in from a party? >> i didn't stumble. i walked just fine. this is an afterparty. this is how i show up to afterparties. i know you're all excited. you're very competitive. it doesn't affect the outcome. still, prop bets. you all put your bets in. lara did as well. the first question i have, jimmy kimmel. what would his first joke be about? politics? one of the nominees? his first joke was about the oscars blunder from last year. best picture. he said, hey, if you win tonight, don't get up right away. give us a second. so all of you all got that right. maybe it was an easy one.
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next, a second question. what color dress would the best actress winner wear? >> we all said black. >> you all said black. frances mcdormand wore black and gold. so -- >> we get a push. >> you all get a point there. it was close enough, george. up next here. number three, would jimmy kimmel feed the audience? he had the candy come down last year. would he feed the audience. >> i was the outlier. >> you said it would be drinks. >> i went bold. >> if you watched the broadcast, he did not feed the audience last night. but you would still be wrong. he tweeted out, in fact, he did give them lunch boxes. it wasn't a part of the gag on the air. so, you guys were right. he did feed the audience. >> okay. >> it was a good try. it was a good try. now, we got a tie with you two
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and lara as well. the tie break. the tie break out here for you guys. >> who's going home? >> who is going home with the prize? the final question was, how many people would be played off stage? how many winners would be played off stage by music. >> i said three. >> my music. >> lara and i said five. >> george swung for the fences again. >> you said three. in fact, how many people were played off last night? exactly three. >> oh! >> take your moment. take your moment, robin. take your moment. >> why, thank you. i would just like to thank everyone who made this possible. this is for the kids. for the kids. [ cheers and applause ] i never win. this is a -- the closest i'm going to get to the oscars.
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>> it's fun. prop bets. people were playing last night and playing games i'm sure with it. >> congratulations, robin. t.j., love your stuff. coming into the afterparty. i have to do some work first. this picture of stratton, vermont. the good news with this storm that came through the northeast, got crutched with a foot of snow up there, great skiing over the weekend. another storm coming. a winter storm watch posted for wednesday in the northeast. a blizzard later on today and tonight. this storm across the eastern half of the country. a lot of people getting
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