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♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and it is a chilly little thirsty thursday, october 10th. so drizzly. happy you're with us. apparently we're still brilliant! three weeks in a row. >> so if you get the "daily news" or get it online, we have a column that's been now in its third week.
and we're getting a rhythm. >> yeah. >> don't you think? >> i think so. it's one of those things you have to find it. >> we're not back pedaling. we're going forward. >> right. uh-huh. >> anyway. >> so it's fun to read and read it. >> anyway, you guys, the kanye/kimmel feud came to a head last night on "jimmy kimmel." they were having a gangster twitter feud. jimmy made fun of kanye. kanye thought they were friends. so what was going to happen when kanye decided to go on the program? this -- >> sparks would fly. >> please watch intently. >> this is what i'm here to do. so when i compare myself to steve jobs or walt disney, howard hughes, david stern, michelangelo, da vinci, jesus, i'm saying these are my heroes. these are people i look up to.
this is the type of impact i want to make on the earth. the way paparazzi talk to my family. when people hear my music they have a good time. i should be respected as such. don't ask me a question about something you saw in the tabloid. don't try to antagonize me because it's not safe for you in this zoo. never think that i'm not from chicago for one second. >> that's a -- >> and violence is always the answer, isn't it? >> what was that? >> that's kanye, and the more and more i've been thinking about it, there's been so much more in the press about bruce
and kris splitting up and bruce getting his own place. we understand now why because kanye was moving in bruce was going to move out. don't call bruce stupid. he's not stupid. >> one thing in kanye's defense on kimmel, they did a whole entire spoof where, was josh groban sang kanye's tweets like went on and sang them. and kanye sat there and took it. and when he came out, he was laughing. so it does show he can take a joke. >> i guess so. the lack of modesty is, to me, one of the least attractive things in a human being. it just is. and as for him, impacting the whole world, honestly, i'm sure he's impacted millions. i don't know one of his songs. i don't think he necessarily looks like he -- every time i see him that he's setting new ground for style or for fashion. so i don't know who is in his universe. i'm happy he's got one, but for him to think that it's everyone that feels that way about him, he's wrong. he's wrong. >> can i just interject just
because last night, talk about great music. >> hoda had the best night. >> i never stay up until midnight ever. >> well, a couple of times. >> but anyway, sara bareilles was playing at radio city. she packed radio city. she stood up on that stage in awe that all those people came to see her. she gave an explosive concert just her and her guitar and piano. look at my picture. look. i can't even take a picture. >> well, it's hard. >> i'm so happy. the place was packed. britney was there and -- >> britney spears or a brittany? >> our brittany. >> we always take pictures. if you ever want to look like you're having more fun than you are, open your mouth and everybody thinks you're on an amusement ride. let's talk about suzanne somers, your friend. >> and your friend, too. we happen to adore her. there's been so much talk in the press because of the miley cyrus thing, what she said to matt about people over 40 never have sex and all of that stuff. so suzanne, 66-year-old suzanne has revealed that she and her husband of 36 years, alan hamill, who i adore, they get it on twice a day, people. >> twice a day. >> they go to poughkeepsie and it's a long way for them, twice
a day. now she's on -- she's a big proponent of hormones. she says she's on hormones. she's gotten alan on hormones. >> everybody is on hormones. >> and they are 4:00 in the morning. >> i can't believe that -- >> 4:00 a.m. >> i want to know what they do in the morning. >> they probably nap. >> take a rest. >> i know. what do you think about people over a certain age -- i wonder how often they have sex. >> you can only speak for yourself and that's nobody's business. but i think it's different for absolutely everybody. she has made a whole new career out of saying that -- if you want that kind of a sex life, go on my hormones and then sometimes the medical society will tell you don't do it. and so, again, she's -- she looks darn good. >> she looks great.
>> and the thing about the two of them, every time you're around them. and i think i've known her almost 35, 40 years. since i got to hollywood. she was already there. i've never seen her without alan ever. and i have never seen them without that -- them laughing and having fun with one another. and that is the key. if you are in love, but you're not having fun, don't marry that person. if you want to have fun for the rest of your life. >> try to think of it every time she's been on our show, he's been here. >> he's always with her. that wouldn't work for an awful lot of people, but it does for them. >> we had a poll. >> yes, we had a poll. do you think most couples who have been married a long time have sex more than once a day. that seems like the answer is no. >> almost 20,000 people voted and apparently 82% of them said no, so -- >> hello. >> sometimes it makes you feel bad when you are like, are these couples really having sex that often and what's wrong with us? >> i think they are and they are having trouble with it. you can always tell from the demographics of who is watching what. i'm a news junkie. i go all over the cables and all over everything looking at news. every single one of them has
commercials for viagra and cialis and vagisil and all kinds of stuff. >> don't say that one. >> it is a -- apparently a very fine product. but you know what i've decide i'm going to write a song. i am over everybody's wang. i'm over it. i really am. >> over it! >> does anybody's work in this world today? i mean, besides kanye's, does anybody else's work. >> and do we care. >> and do we care? men, be honest with me. i want hands around the -- who has no trouble at all in that department? >> one, two -- >> and who has trouble lying? >> one, two. okay. same hands went up.
>> so here's something -- think about your wedding night. >> which one? >> did you have sex on your wedding night? okay? there's a new poll out about that. and the new poll says that more than half of couples do not consummate their marriage the night of their wedding. >> well, most of them have been consummating for a long time beforehand. they have too much to drink. they're mad at each other. >> you're tired. it's a long wedding. you schmoozed everybody. you're exhausted. >> what bothers me. can't we say sometimes instead of had sex, can't we say made love. because there is a difference, people. and if you've only had sex and never made love, you don't know what you're missing. >> yes, you're right. >> thank you. so the jonas brothers, in case you were wondering, have canceled their tour. >> stop it! what am i going to do? >> no, listen. they had a 19-date concert tour. two days -- two days before their first show, this is the statement that came out. there is a deep rift within the band. there was a big disagreement over their music direction.
this is what i read somewhere. there's a long i life dearly that the jonas brothers do called "pom-pom." ♪ yeah >> wait a minute. you're just trying to get ihodas in tonight. >> no, i'm not. apparently some in that group of three want to go more rock. ♪ hands up somebody wants to go more rocky. others want to go more poppy. that's the rift. what is your take on that? >> i did 40 years of concert work. you know long ahead of the time what you are going to be performing. you have charts that are made. you have been rehearsing.
two days before, once you've signed contracts with promoters and they've signed contracts with the venues and tickets have been sold, that doesn't cut it for me. you -- that's not when you have a musical rift. you might have a different kind. but there are strings attached. you have to have an excellent reason and usually it's something to do with death in the family, something to do with your own physical ability to perform. >> right. >> but because you've decided one wants to be poppy and one wants to be rocky, i don't think that jives. it just doesn't. >> we were just checking because we wondered about ticket sales. were they selling well? apparently they were selling just fine and everybody is supposed to be reimbursed. >> they have a lot of fans. we're among them. we like these guys. but i think it's being disingenuous to say what they are saying. >> we'll do an ihoda and you'll love this. i was at sara bareilles. >> if you were afraid to speak up about something. you want to tell your boss something, boyfriend something, friend something, and you are scared, listen to this song because it gives you the moxie, the juice and it shows you -- there's a great line that says, show me how big your brave is. it's called "brave." ♪ maybe there's a way out of the cage where you live maybe one of these days you can let the light in ♪ ♪ show me how big your brave is ♪ >> love her.
♪ let the words fall out >> yep. ♪ honestly, i want to see you be brave ♪ ♪ say what you want to say and let the words fall out honestly i want to see you be brave ♪ >> yeah, she's fantastic. she -- we knew from the first time she came here. and just sang her heart out. and no diva, nothing. she is a musical instrument. >> she really is. >> and she's a love. and you were backstage after. >> she was -- it was a great, great night. i'm playing on the songs in my head over and over. >> if you're going to stay out late, make it worth it. we're running out of time. we all are. you realize that. if i didn't live in connecticut, i would have been there.
>> there was a seat for you. >> i know. i love her to pieces. is it okay or not okay to kiss a dog on the lips. we have a little something to say about that. >> only if the dog doesn't mind. >> oh, god. here's what i say. it's okay, but no tongue. >> eww. >> don't ask. >> i think that last one was -- never mind. i think that was a rooster, but, yeah, i get carried away sometimes. it is thirsty thursday. october is national apple month. we're drinking spiced apple cider. >> how we are going to make it through the show? >> how do we do it, hoda, day after day? we've got a great show, i think. i've forgotten. >> we do. we have an excellent show. before that, teacher of the year. we're looking for a teacher of the year. if there's somebody in your life
who is currently teaching a class between kindergarten and 12th, had a major impact on you, we want to know about it. nominate somebody by submitting an essay -- >> essay? >> no one is going to enter. is that why we're not getting entries? >> or -- and a photo. >> how long? five type written pages, double spaced? >> after we gather all the submissions, we're going to show you the finalist so you can vote for the teacher you think deserves to be voted teacher of the year. and the best part, $10,000 of school supplies from retailmenot.com. all right, everyone's favorite heiress who is always up for a good time. >> and you'll find out. >> the one, the only paris hilton! >> and everyone has a story. a great one today. great one. stick around for that.
hitting the most exclusive parties with some of the world's most famous celebrities. the club scene may not be paris hilton's thing these days. but she hasn't slowed down focusing on her dozens, 50 retail stores. her fashion line, 16 fragrances that made over a billion dollars apparently and her music. >> very fancy. >> her latest single is called "good time." that's just what she's having these days. >> hi, girl. how do you have time to have a good time if you are working so hard. >> it's crazy. i'm having so much fun. >> you step back into the music world again. what made you decide to go back there? >> i just love music. it's always been a huge passion of mine. i've been in the past two years working hard on this album. >> what's great about this song is it's not just you, it's lil wayne. have you been friends for years? >> he's a great guy. >> let's play a little piece see how you two mesh up. any time. ♪ i'm having a good time
because i'm having a good time ♪ ♪ >> apparently the rest of it we had to edit because lil wayne says some naughty things and you do some naughty things. >> he has a little potty mouth in the song. >> was it easy to get him to get on this record? >> yeah, we've recorded a few songs together. we're on the same label. >> when you step out and do something different than what people -- you are always going to open yourself for criticism. are you over that now?
do you just not even read it, not let it get to you anymore. >> i don't pay attention. i think people who talk bad about others are haters and they don't feel good about themselves. they like to speak bad about others. >> you're just giving them power when you -- >> yeah. >> interesting reading the note about -- i didn't know you had so many stores all over the world. 50 stores? >> yeah. >> where are they? >> all in europe, asia, middle east and now we'll have one in maui coming up and l.a. >> is it retail, clothes and makeup? >> carries all my products. i have 17 different product lines. carries everything. >> so you are quite the little kathy ireland, aren't you? fragrances, too, are your thing? >> i'm about to release my 16th fragrance. >> 16th? >> and you are in the process of all of these things as well? >> everything. >> everything. i do a little bit of stuff and if you are going to be involved, it's a lot of work. >> it is a lot of work. >> you obviously spend a lot of time in hollywood and you can also take a look back at the big picture since you travel around. a when you look in as like the latest news and see a miley cyrus who is, you know, getting a lot of headlines for good and bad reasons, what do you think? what advice if any, would you
give to someone like hoar? >> she's having fun. she's young. she wants to express herself. she doesn't care what anyone thinks. i think she's an artist. she can do what she wants. >> so are you and so are we. i thought we'd play a little spin the bottle with you. i'm going to spin it. all right. o hodie has a question for you. >> i have to get up. >> we don't do this that much. >> here's the question. are we ready? >> yes. >> what does it say? if you were a cocktail, what o would you be? >> i would be -- strawberry daiquiri because i'm sweet. >> aw. that's cute. >> do we have time for one more, hoda? >> we do. >> your bra straps are showing, by the way. >> of course they are, because i'm me. >> i'm just going to take another one. this one says, who was your best kiss? >> you have plenty of time. >> my boyfriend. >> you are in a long-term relationship now, huh? >> yeah. >> and that's going well? >> we've been together a year
and a half. >> is that a record, year and a half? >> yeah. >> he's cute, by the way. >> just look at the pictures. >> well, we wish you all the luck. >> thank you. >> god bless, hon. they got up early hoping to get picked off the plaza for an ambush makeover. two ladies get the makeover. you have to see the could save you ft or more on car insurance. yep, everybody knows that. well, did you know the ancient pyramids were actually a mistake? uh-oh. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. mike's being healthy and chewing like a man. with one a day vitacraves for men. it's a gummy multivitamin with more b vitamins,
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all right. she was -- >> okay. >> a singer in new york who had it all and one day, tragedy struck. >> but her voice kept her going. a truly inspirational "everyone has a story." and they're ready to see themselves for the very first time. >> our ambush makeovers for two wonderful ladies out on the plaza. but first, your local news. >> and weather. ♪
makeovers. >> two lucky ladies braved the chilly weather outside for their chance to get a brand new look courtesy of our crack makeover team. luis licari. >> and today contributor and contributing editor for people style watch and author jill martin. >> how was it outside on the plaza? >> today was one of the most exciting days for us. because we've never had so many signs. >> really? >> it is growing every week. >> and a pet. >> and a pet. >> first off, hortensia barrera from los angeles, california. she told us her daily beauty routine consists of showering and running out the door. she's always up for an adventure and jumped at the chance for a whole new look. let's take a listen. >> surprise! i know you weren't expecting this. >> i was not and i'm a little offended if you want to know the truth. >> just so you know, we look for beautiful people in the crowd
and we say to ourselves, could we make them more glam. >> that's a good save. i'm not buying it, but i'm excited and can't wait. >> i love to see what you can do with this. >> i love her. and i know you have one request for your friend. >> got to protect her hair. she's got amazing hair. >> we don't have to protect her personality because she has that intact. do you trust us? you okay with this? >> yes. >> there was a slight hesitation. >> all right. she's here with her friend anna. anna, you have your blindfold on. she's got attitude, too. here your blindfold on. here's hortensia before. come on out. >> oh, my gosh! oh! >> ann, are you ready? take off your blindfold. >> oh, my god! you look amazing! >> are you ready to see
yourself? >> oh, my gosh! >> is that me? >> that's you. >> we're the other ones. >> i like the new way of doing this. >> spin right back around. >> gorgeous. >> thank you. >> tell us about the hair. the whole goal of today's segment was to keep the hair simple so that you can maintain the look when she goes back to california. so this is a simple bob haircut, the swept bangs. i barely lightened her hair and added the highlights. you look like a southern california girl, darling. >> what do you think, anna. >> amazing. i've never seen her with makeup or heels. >> yeah, the dress, jill. >> isn't it great? >> she looks amazing. >> new by cherry from edress me. of course we love red. she said she's never worn anything like it and she's never really walked in heels. >> how do those feel? >> good? >> great. >> she's just getting them. >> you look fabulous. >> a big round of applause.
>> go join your friend right over there. >> second lady is thea rosen, 69 from new york city. she used to dress to the nines when sheas younger but now that she's older, she goes with what's comfortable. she begged us to make her glam all over again. all right. let's listen to her story. >> a note from lexi. i had my grooming yesterday. please make this my mom's day. i love that. so why do you want this makeover? >> we are just retired. and we're moving to florida. and she has made my day. >> oh. >> she snapped. i don't know how happy she is. >> marvin, what do you think? >> this is the love of my life. it won't make her heart better, but it will make her face better. >> marvin, we love you. you're picked. let us go. >> that is her husband marvin and their dog lexi. lexi is not happy, but, anyway, let's take one last look at thea rosen before and let's see if she is ready to make the trip to
florida. >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. >> you look great. >> marvin is going to flip. marvin, are you and lexi ready? >> i'm ready. >> all right, baby. take off the blinders. >> holy mackerel. holy mackerel! wow! i don't think lexi recognized you. she's staring. look at that. >> she's looking. >> she is staring. >> take a look at yourself. >> oh, i love it. >> look at that hairstyle. >> oh, i knew i had potential. >> you sure do. >> i love that cut. delightful hairstyles. >> isn't it great? and, of course, what he wanted to do was use the curl, but control the curl so she can
maintain it herself at home. and enid put individual eyelashes on to keep -- emphasize the eyes. i always like to emphasize one feature. eyelashes are the perfect way to do it but very natural looking and added a little depth to the color. you can keep it up easily in florida. >> marvin, what do you think? >> look at marvin. >> what can i tell you. she's the love of my life. >> you guys have been married how long? >> 30-some odd years. three children her. three children mine. six ours. >> you guys are the bread bunch. >> seven grandchildren. >> she wants the dog. >> lexi. >> great job. >> that's a hot dress. >> that's the dress. the story is amazing. the dog. >> come on over. >> marvin, try to control yourself. >> come on over.
>> thank you, ladies. >> i know you don't want to go away from her. >> no. >> we're going to meet a remarkable woman who found peace in music coming up after this. ♪ everyone has a moment that changes their life and then it's suddenly clear ♪ how much do you love it? animation is hot...and i think it makes geico's 20 million drivers message very compelling, very compelling. this is some really strong stuff! so you turned me into a cartoon...lovely. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. how much dirt can we manufacture? more than you think. very little. [ doorbell rings ] what's this? what's that? swiffer sweeper. [ lee ] i came in under the assumption that it was clean.
♪ everyone has a moment that changes their life and then it's suddenly clear ♪ today we meet our newest "everyone has a story" contest winner. teresa sareo. >> a devastating accident on a street in new york changed teresa's life. we'll meet her in a moment. first, let's listen to her amazing story. >> my name is teresa sareo. i'm a singer/songwriter from new york city. on june 11th, 2002, less than a month after my 40th birthday, i was walking in midtown manhattan and was suddenly struck by an impaired driver. i lost my entire right leg at my hip on impact. i woke up from a coma at
bellevue hospital a week later and was told what happened to me. i was utterly devastated. disabled and disfigured, i thought my career as an entertainer was over. i had no idea what life on one leg would be like. at this point, my long journey of recovery began. it takes a village to survive trauma. i relied on the support of loved ones, doctors and caregivers, but ultimately it was my life of music that saved me. music therapy was immediately implemented during my inpatient rehab treatment. from the nurses playing my original cds in the icu to using vocal exercises to help regain my respiratory strength. but it was the act of visiting and singing for other trauma patients that truly transformed me. by sharing my experience through song with others in need, i found a new life's mission. i have since dedicated my life and career to advocating for trauma survivors, especially our
wounded military. i became the first civilian to sing the national anthem at walter reed army hospital. and the first u.s. performer to tour our wounded warrior transition units in europe. it was one of the proudest moments of my life. >> okay. and teresa is here along with her doctor. dr. david rockeforte. there's a beautiful relationship here. because you were -- we were listening to your story. you were -- you can't keep your hands off the man. he means a lot to you, doesn't he? >> david was one of the first
people to know me from the moment i was changed forever. and so it's a special relationship. >> you know what's interesting about you. we're watching you watch the piece and we watch you go through the trauma and you are watching the piece in an inquisitive way. as soon as you start talking about how you're helping other people, that's when you get emotional. it's not about you. it seems like it's always about the others out there. >> you know, i started giving back really for selfish reason was to help make me feel better because, you know, when you go through a trauma and a loss like this, you are completely devastated. you don't know what -- no one gives you a rule book or a hand book. >> your future never looked like that. >> exactly. >> in any scenario. >> so you trend to gravitate towards people who know what your suffering is like. >> that really caught my eye because i did the same thing with my sister during the vietnam war at walter reed, right where you were. we had a little group and we used to sing to the guys. and it changed my life forever. >> it does. it just does. >> and they're so grateful you come and see them and you understand. you, far more than we did.
you are one of them. and so it's a club you never want to join but once you are there, i can imagine the friendships you're making now. >> the blessings behind every tragedy and there are many, and it takes a long time to open your heart to see them, but, really, it's the people you meet along the way. and when you sit with our wounded troops, there's a blessing that comes to you that, really, you can't describe. >> as a doctor and now -- when you watch how far she's come, it's got to be remark believe. >> we're always happy treating trauma patients when we can get them back doing the things they were doing before they were injured. and she was singing within a few weeks, which, that was rewarding for us. but what she has done since then has really been impressive and humbling to see and especially coming back to bellevue and volunteering as an amputee peer counselor and helping out injured patients. >> i love all of the -- "everyone has a story" but what i love is you are actually going to perform the song that kathie and david wrote for you. it makes it extra special. >> it's very special. very rare performance. she's about to take the stage and sing the song that david and i wrote for her right afr this.
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and we're back with "everyone has a story" honoring teresa sareo who is here with her doctor, dr. rockeforte. david and i wrote a song to honor our winner. instead of having somebody else sing it, we're so happy to have teresa sing it herself. it's called "the melody of you." all yours, sweetie. ♪ ♪ for as long as i can remember music guided my way ♪ ♪ it gave my spirit its voice and it gave my soul its face ♪ ♪ but i never dreamed that my music would sound
the way it now does ♪ ♪ for i am no longer the singer the writer or even the woman i was ♪ ♪ i'm better i'm stronger for the pain it helped me see ♪ ♪ the hurt in other people's eyes the clouds in other people's skies ♪ ♪ and now with joy i realize in the melody i sing ♪ ♪ all the healing my music can bring ♪ ♪ for as long as god keeps me breathing
my hope will always be ♪ ♪ to bring to others my music and to open their eyes to see ♪ ♪ that no matter what we all go through ♪ ♪ there's a reason for the pain for you can't find the rainbow if you've never felt the rain ♪ ♪ you'll be better you'll be stronger for the pain will help you see ♪ ♪ the hurt in other people's eyes, the clouds in other people's skies ♪ ♪ as you make your music too and find for yourself
teresa who just performed "the melody of you." her doctor is here and david and david wild as well. >> i can't tell you what this opportunity has meant to me and my family. just from the bottom of my heart, thank you. >> we just heard. it's our pleasure. from your doctor, that the young lady that was hurt just a couple of weeks ago who was here for her first day from england and was -- lost, i think, below her knee, you were able to do the
very thing you are talking about with her and give her solace. >> i was able to be there with her before her family got here from england. was important for her. >> we want to thank you. and what are we going to do for her? >> we have a little surprise. we know how much you like working with -- you have a passion for the wounded veterans. we'd like to send you to washington, d.c., to visit the wounded warriors at walter reed. and we want to make that a little easier. we've gotten you some round-trip tickets on amtrak. you need a place to say there. the fairmont washington, d.c., would like you to stay there. >> it's very nice there. >> they are giving you a two-night stay, complimentary breakfast. have a great time. >> thank you so much. >> doctor, again, thank you for all you do with the trauma patients. >> and to the two davids. our two davids. love them. tomorrow, two of the funniest guys straight from norway. >> here's a hint. >> how funny can they be. >> we'll tell you what the fox says.