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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hi, everybody, welcome to fun daymonday, march the 7th, 2016. jenna bush hager is filling in for kathie lee. this song is "no words" which is perfect by eric hassel. you had a good weekend? >> you h a better one. >> we're going to talk hollywood gossip this weekend, including why madonna got emotional on stage during her concert. a lot of people know there'sbe a custody battle going on so we're going to talk about that a little bit. >> if you can't have the body you want, love the body you're with. it's like a mantra forhoto choose the right styles. >> and if your spring cleaning to do list is a mile long, we've got the best cleaning products
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>> hoda can't wait i was counting the minutes. so what did you do this weekend? >> i did nothing. i was in denver on friday for work and i flew in on saturday and when i got home i immediately was lik - >> blobbed out. >> did you use that word? blobbed? >> blobbed out. >> i actually did blob out. my sister came over last night. she made carrot cake. she and mila made cookies. >> what? >> and then we had -- she's like, this is gluten free carrot sugar. >> it has everything in the word. >> we made home made pizzas. winner. >> this is mila. we have a ritual which is a dance party. mila had a neon necklace reminiscent of ccunan 2001. that's us dancing around. >> cute.
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>> she gets to pick? like? >> not much. she likes milk. she likes formula. she likes staring at her parents and beginninggiggling. >> so cute. >> if you have never had a family dance party. >> a funky dance party. >> a family/fanceky party, you have to do it. it instantly lifts your mood. >> that's actually a great thing. one of the things when my nieces come to see me, when the doors open in the building, if nobody's in there, we have what we call an fdp, funky dance party in the elevator. when the elevatorpen and there's somebody in there, they're all like, oh. the person in there is like, hello, thanks a lot. >> isn't that the most fun? >>stt' >> those types of memories. they'll have forever. >> you're right. i just want to show you, i went away with some friends and had a
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i want to show you o it was pink and a round ball. look how i got the bird. i seriouslypp said, this does not look real to me. >> you are a photographer. >> it was nice. >> i was flying back on sunday and i was watching -- i was on jetblue, all the tvs were that's when the news broke about nancy reagan passing away at 94. for a lot of people -- for a younger generation, she's probably the firstthir really remember. she was first lady from 1981 to 1989. every tribute you saw. on the plane, you just kept watching them go over and over and over. she wbvasusly influential with policy and with her husband in so many ways. but the love story between those two, i was getting teary-eyed watching it. because, like, they would write notes. they had notes that wound up in books and -- >> they're love letters.
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like he was writing to her and he writes, when you leave the room, i miss you. you know how when you lose someone you care about, everyone always says the same thing, it get i was watching her. she was getting interviewed by i think larry king or somebody and she said, you know how they always say it gets easier? she said, get easier. she said, i loved him that much. it's harder every day. i was imagining her while she was going through alzheimer's and to have him here but not with her. but they had a beautiful, beautiful love story. >> i think in so many ways people can learn from their marriage. anybody can learn from their marriage. the respect they had for each other. esct he had for her. >> yes. >> i got to meet them a little bit when i was little. i remember -- i'll never forget it, that's a picture of us in the oval office. >> look at you two. >> and, you know, he was -- he
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grandfather and i remember, i remember mee hid -- i have a distinct memory of you meeting her at the easter egg roll when i was little and barbara and i were not that well behaved. she seemed like a first >> she did. >> don't you think? >> regal. >> she had an air about her that was first lady-like and in all the best ways, so i think she'll be missed. >> she will. you can just see the number of tributes and the number of people she impacted and how people have her held up as not just a wonderful first lady but as, you know, a loving wife, a fashion icon. >> she did so much for the white house and restoration. she left a lasting impact but i think the legacy, like you said, that she'll leave is that -- >> the love affair. it was really -- i've never seen a couple who had been married as long as they had who looked at each other the way they did and you hardly saw a picture of them where they weren't touching or looking at each other. no matter what, almost every single picture. >> by the way, that's something
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>> absolutely. >> to have thaype of marriage. >> absolutely. >> so, it's -- >> you're so sad. >> i'm a little bit bummed about this next story. >> yes. >> peyton manning is going to announce his retirement today we've heard from many sources. he had an 18-year career. he's a new orleans boy. >> yes, love him. >> so drew brees or peyton manning, if you had to pick? >> that is a terrible -- >> oh, on an island? >> stranded on an island. >> you know what? i don't know. a toss-up. today's peyton's day. but both of these guys are upstanding incredible guys who you would want your daughter to marry or your son to emulate. they're that kind of guy. peyton -- i didn't realize he liked our show. >> what? >> first of all, i'm like, what's a huge cool awesome jock doing watching this show. >> no, he doesn't. >> it came out -- yeah, they were talking about while he was
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was kind of trapped -- i guess he wasn't really. i guess he didn't have a choice. he said he watched us for 35 days in a row. >> straight? >> just listen because this is from his lips. go. >> i did all 35 days. watched hoda and kathie lee. i did all 35 days. for an hour treatment. >> one more time. why did we cut it? just continue. again? >> -- watched hoda and kathie lee. >> that's my ring tone. >> can we make that your ring tone and/or your alarm clock? >> there's so many great pictures of him. that's supposed to be announced later today. if you want to see a beautiful picture about the duke and duchess of cambridge, they had their first ski vacation. they bought george and the baby -- >> oh, my gosh. >> is this for real? >> what shocks me. i mean, the kids are obviously adorable. what shocks me even more. >> look at her. >> yeah, her. what mom has hair that looks
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>> look at that. >> when they're holding two little babes. she looks so good. >> why is everyone happy? like usually one is not so happy. >> a ski trip. one baby usually. of course he's laughing. where are they? secret location. >> they wouldn't give it away obviously. >> this is the first time william and kate have hit the slopes since having kids. which by the way henry and i have yet to go skiing. >> look at them in love too. i mean, you can't have everything. you know what's funny? we were at the pool and we saw this really handsome guy and we were ogling. thank you for confirming. >> i had a lot people say you said it incorrectly. >> okay, we were ogling this guy and this somehow gross it was. we were watching him and he was with his wife and she was gorgeous and they had a baby. he's making her laugh and the baby's bouncing and my friend looked at me and goes, he's got to be stupid. because no one gets everything.
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>> i'm sure his wife appreciated that ogling. >> we couldn't help it. she understood. >> oogling. >> she understood. imagine this, imagine your child goes to school with beyonce's daughter blue ivy and imagine you're at a fund-raiser. >> right. >> at school which is what people do. and all a sudden it's time for beyonce to get up on stage and start singing a whitney houston song and that's what happened at the school. so take a look. don't fade away >> can't mila go to blue ivy's school? >> seriously. doesn't this make moms across the country feel inadequate or just me. because i'm right in the middle of trying to find auction items for mila's school's auction. i'm like, henry what about that
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they'd do a free breakfast? >> just take a "today" show mug, those are hot. people like those. >> maybe they could come behind the scenes. >> yeah, do a behind the scenes. they could have lunch with hoda kotb. >> and you! >> you're like, and no. >> yes, indeed, i'd love to. talk about our lottery brothers. >> two brothers stopped on their way home from the beach to buy power ball tickets. they both won. >> that's the good news. >> but the bad news is one won $291. >> no, $291 million. >> million dollars! >> so he chose the lump sum. >> and his brother won $7. >> bob won 7 and james won $290 million. >> can you imagine? >> i bet it always happens in that family. that brother, bob always -- >> i would say bob is me and james is barbara. >> well, james is a judge from
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keys when he stopped to get a bag of ice and lottery tickets. >> james says he's going back to florida to celebrate. >> here's the question, is james going to share with poor bob? >> james has got to share with bob. >> if james doesn't share with bob, we feel sorry for bob. >> we do. >> we already feel sorry for bob. >> we do. day. so if you haven't had your bowl play, you know -- >> with our food, okay. >> what is this? >> cheerios colada? >> of course some sort of alcoholic beverage. >> well, that's the show. >> things don't look like cheerios, these are fruit loops. >> no, they're multicolored cheerios. >> they have fruity cheerios? >> oh, my god, try them. they do taste like fruit loops. no, these are fruit loops. >> that is not true. >> oh, they're fruity cheerios. she looks like she's going to hit me.
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it wouldn't be a monday if we didn't get you caught up in all the juicy gossip in today's buzz. >> here is the co-host of cubby and carolina in the morning, carolina. >> hi, girl, how are you? congratulations. you had the baby a little bit ago. you look beautiful. >> thank you so much. >> let's talk madonna because something happened. she was in concert this weekend and she's in the middle, as we all know, a very public custody dispute.
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let's look at what happened on stage what she had to say. >> there is no love stronger than a mother for her son. if i talk about it, i might cry. but i would like to dedicate this song to you. it's a love song. i hope he hears this somewhere and knows how much i miss him. >> i didn't know she was that revealing. >> that's very open. >> very emotional, you know, rarely do we ever see madonna like this but she is in the middle of a custody dispute with her former husband over their 15-year-old son rocco. rocco was with her until december. he went on tour with her. that's when he left to go to london to live with his father. ever since then, it's just been
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they were just in court or they had a hearing last wednesday. where a judge expressed his disappointment that they couldn't come up with an agreement because rocco is the one who's being affected by this. until they can come up with a long-term agreement, he's going to remain with his father. and they have another court date set tentatively for june but the hope here is they figure something out because their 15-year-old son is in the middle. >> don't you wonder -- i was wondering if you were rocco watching that clip, what would you think. >> there's also been word that he doesn't really love the fact that his mother goes to social media a lot so i'm not quite sure if this was the right step. >> he probably wants some privacy. >> my kimmel posted, we love baby videos. it's not your typical baby video. let's see it. >> hi. >> hi-ya. that's daddy's girl. >> yeah. >> hi. >> hi.
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that is so crazy. what he did to the video. what did he do? >> this is bizarre. we always enjoy when celebrities pose videos of the babies. he used that face swap that everybody's using now. he posted it exactly on to her face and then he put it on his social media -- >> that is so bad. >> the resemblance is uncanny. i will have you know that his little daughter, she's adorable. she doesn't have the stubble that her dad does. >> she just shaved there. >> exactly. she's such a little cutie. >> is he going to host the emmys? >> yes, he is. it should be a great show. >> well, i love that. i love him. okay, so kim and kylie, did they do one of those swaps too? >> they look almost exactly alike. >> you can't even tell a difference. >> really. >> this is the best face swap ever. >> wait, which one's -- >> kylie's real face is on kim with the slicked back hair, right? >> but they look almost exactly.
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>> kim's face is on kylie's hair. >> exactly. >> i think they look like twin sisters. >> that's what everybody says. kylie always loved her older sister, wanted to look like her and now with face swap she can do it. >> rupert murdoch got married to jerry hall over the weekend. >> it looks like the fourth time is the charm. there they are. she wore a beautiful blue dress. yes, they got married in london on the famed fleet street. all of their ten children were in attendance. his six from his former relationships. her four. there are two of her daughters. there's rupert murdoch and his sons. by the way, quite handsome. so they all got together. there's bianca jagger. >> of course she's there. >> mick jagger's ex. and also jerry hall is mick jagger's ex-as well. >> oh, too confusing. >> a lot of people there and they said it was just -- that rupert murdoch said he was the happiest.
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who watches us on kxas tv. she watches us on skype. >> are you in school? >> yes, i am. i stepped out of the classroom so fingers crossed they're all on task. >> oh, my gosh. we're going to tell everybody why you were chosen. you're a recent college grad who works as a substitute teacher. >> she watches the show every day and she said it inspired her to be brave and take the leap of faith and move all the way from illinois to texas. good move, girl. >> one of her favorite memories is when she came to the plaza and played who knew with us. ashley loves ambush makeovers and she loves how much we drink. it's so sad. she likes to join in with her full glass of milk. >> okay, ashley, it's time to put your fan dom to the test with a trivia question. 15 questionseconds, one guess. are you ready? >> i think so, fingers crossed. >> this one's about jenna. she often talks about her twin sister who is named after their fame grandmother.
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>> barbara. >> yes. what does she win? >> you won a fabulous resort vacation. you and a guest are going to head to sunny florida. at the seminole hard rock hotel and casino in tampa. >> as well as massages at the rock spa, round trip airfare is included. >> ashley, who's going to go with you, do you know? >> oh, my goodness, yes, my mom, she's my best friend. i'm so excited. she deserves it too. >> oh, ashley, we love you. >> ashley, we love you and you kind of have a texas accent which i love, girl. >> thanks, girl. >> ashley, have a good one, honey. congratulations.
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it is a fun kayday monday. there isn't a woman out there who isn't self-conscious about some part of her body. >> you think your booty's a little too bootylicious. we're about to show you how to turn your so-called flaws into fashion assets. >> here with the styles to help you love your body is "instyle" beauty and fashion editor and large. kalana. >> i'm good, how are you guys? >> we're not quite sure how to dress our bodies and if we start off with someone who let's say has ample bosoms. >> sometimes it's hard. >> it is so hard. i find it to be superchallenging because i actually suffer from this. but it's not really a suffer because i'm embracing my assets. it's all about, you know, finding the right cuts and think when you have a bigger bust, what's complicated is finding the right tops that don't make you look top heavy. >> what are the rules? >> i think you need to expose some skin.
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neckline it kind of cuts you off and makes you look more top heavy so go with a bow neck, a scoop neck, a v-neck. >> you're talking about girls with what size cups? >> d cup. even c cup. >> c, d, e, f, g. >> h, i, j. >> all the way. >> she has a scoop neck top and that really shows off her skin but it's not too low cut where she's revealing too much. and then emphasize your waist. a pair of shorts are cinched and it brings her in and gives her that hour glass shape. another key is to do a blazer. it's a great way to just polish off the look and it kind of camouflages things. >> thanks, erica. how about the opposite if you're flat chested, you have a tiny bosom. let's bring out anna. >> the word bosom by the way. >> bosom is from the 1960s. >> that's a cute top. >> i think a halter top is really the way. it's really flattering because
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without requiring a lot of cleavage. but i do think when your boobs are tiny you can get away with a lot more. you can really do anything. >> you don't necessarily have to wear a bra, right? >> when you do a bra, don't try to go for one that's padded, go for one that has more shape. >> what's great is she can have a backless dress. no bra. you don't need it. >> all right. thanks, so much. so now we got the booty. >> the big booty. >> which is -- by the way, a big booty is a great asset. >> some people try to camouflage this but there are women out there trying to enhance so you have to show it off. when it comes natural, embrace that. >> let's see the natural. >> so she's wearing a pair of skinny jeans. a lot of women are intimidated by jeans because they gap in the booty.
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stretch. if you have that gap, make sure you're belting jean so you bring it in. she has a top that's a little bit more fabric so you want to tuck it in and show that waist. >> she has a tiny waist. >> so it's super flattering. >> curvy. we have christina. she's working it. i want to be able to walk like that. >> christina, you look good. tell us what you've done there. >> i think for a woman who has a curvy shape, you want to have adjustability. you want to have a dress that is either a wrap dress that you can cinch at the waist or do a trench coat on top that has a belt. you don't want anything to be too, too tight. again, you want to use the trench coat in the same way you would use a blazer, polish the look and bring everything together. it's bright, she has confidence. it's not too tight and it's not too loose. >> she looks so good. >> we talk about cankles, what
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>> i don't like the word cankle. >> you just want to avoid the thick strap. it's going to draw attention to the cankle. >> she does not have a cankle. >> no. no, we're looking up there. >> all right, i got it. >> you don't want to draw attention to it and wear a heel with a thick strap. you want to do something monochromatic so do a nude shoe. >> thank you so, so much. we really appreciate it. >> you look fab. >> did you take a break from your career maybe to raise some
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neither did dogs. kraft mac & cheese. it's changed. but it hasn't. it is the decision to step away from the career to raise kids but it's even challenging sometimes. >> she's here to share their stories and offer advise for all of us. >> you're about to meet two women who left big jobs for their families and they don't regret the decision for a minute. both are finding that re-entering the workforce is tougher than they thought. >> i have three children and i'm a single mom. i have a son in college and two girls in high school, freshman, twins. >> meet jane. jane spent decades building a successful career for herself in the fashion world but ten years ago she and her then husband
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take a break from her job to raise the kids. >> i said, i'm going to take a little bit of time off. i just want to spend some time with my kids and play around and a recruiter said to me at the time, jane, be careful, you know, you always want to keep your toes in the water. >> laura had a slightly different path. after more than a decade in the world of finance, laura found out she was pregnant with twins, an exciting surprise. >> i stayed home for three years. and then i was offered a position with johnson & johnson. i was with johnson & johnson for eight years. and as my children grew, i realized i would spending less and less time with them. i was missing out on their lives. >> now that all of their kids are independent, jane and laura are hoping to relaunch their careers. jane is working hard to establish a social media presence and create her own personal brand. >> i'm using linked in to really connect with people that i maybe
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two years, three years, and just be able to figure out like where they are and is there a possible opportunity for me. >> while laura takes on short-term positions in the financial world to keep her skills sharp. >> i recently started taking consulting roles. i've done three different jobs over the last couple of years. >> but one question remains, would they do it all differently. >> i don't regret leaving my job. what i absolutely wish i had done was taken the advice of that recruiter, make that transition out and back in a little bit more seamless. >> things change so rapidly today that three years off may as well be 30. but in the end, it was worth it. >>cy can picture so many women at home right now whatting that piece saying me too. a lot of women do want to get back into the workforce. you're going to help us with right. you say first up is reset your expectations. love.
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found if you've been out of work for a year, only 9% of people get a job within the first 6 to 12 months of looking. imagine what it is for working moms. it's lower than that. so you have to understand, you are not going to re-enter at the level you exited at. you're going to have to step backwards to step forwards. this is not great news. both laura and jane are at this place. they understand. they've had the interviews. the hiring managers know the world has changed. you may have to take a few steps back. you'll accelerate once you get your foot in the door but step back. >> you say the second step is to fill all your deficits. what does that mean? >> you have skill and knowledge deficits. unless you're the rare person who's kept abreast of all the changes in your field. companies change. >> and fast, right? >> because of technology. i have the three cs. classes, conversations and conferences. to online classes, offline classes. learn, fill those gaps. have conversations with people
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come up to speed on the trends. there are conferences. you need to bring yourself up to speed so you can go in and say i'm engaged, i know what's going on in this world. >> you can do all this stuff before you go knock on the door again. you can say, i understand how this works. >> i happen to have taken a class on this. i got certified. that might help you get the job, right? >> you're looking for something that shows you are not looking to come up to speed on their car. >> brand of you. >> the first thing an employer will do is google you. if you don't have a digital footprint that shows you're engaged, if you're not on twitter in a professional and engaged and active way, if you're not on linked in commenting on people's articles. if you have skills, they have skilled where they started consulting. really they became the ceo of their own firm. they got some clients. they started doing work which fills that resume. you need to -- you look like you're not just stepping back,
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the work world, that you've done some stuff, you're digitally online, you're socially networked online. >> that was something you had jane do, right? >> absolutely. everyone needs to do that. >> finally, tackle the elephant in the room. what is this elephant? >> listen, the hiring manager's looking at you and they're thinking, is she ready? does she know what she's about to get into? she's going to be juggling a very difficult transition. is she going to regret it the minute we ask her to work late or take a trip? they can't really raise that issue but you can and you can say, look, i want you to know my family has carefully considered this transition. we're ready. i'm ready. i have the mechanisms in place to make it possible. you're not going to have to pay the price for me learning how to -- >> that's smart. >> really smart. >> before it squashes you. suzy, awesome advice.
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spring is about to sprout spring cleaning. >> instead of loathing it, we'll have you loving it with the latest and greatest products that were tested by the folks at "family circle" magazine. >> here with the top picks is senior editor danielle. hi, how are you? by the way this kind of segment is one of our favorite segments on the show because everyone's kind of into it. >> and we are messy. >> we'll take care of spring cleaning for you guys. >> microwave. >> this is microwave miracle. you know how messy these things get. >> that looks like hoda's microwave. >> yes, it does. >> spray this on, let it do the heavy lifting. you close the door, you use the heat. >> no, you don't. >> set it for 60 seconds. >> we'll come back and check on it. what's next? >> force of clean disinfecting. force the nature here disinfecting. this is great. it's like having a science lab in your house. you're taking salt, vinegar and water. >> you make it yourself? >> you make it yourself. you spray it on.
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>> is that like a cleaning supply? >> yes, it's a cleaning supply, all natural. >> you hold it and it's got like a long spray like that. i like it. >> it's food safe for kids -- >> we love a sponge but this sponge has soap in it? >> soap built into it, biodegradable cleanse sorry it saves space on the counter. you can see the lather building up right there. >> yes, clean it. >> take us to the floors. >> the floors, right? steam is great. the best way to clean without chemicals for your floors. we like this model because it's easy to maneuver, lightweight, quick and easy. >> this is the piece de resistance. >> this is what i've been looking for my entire life. anybody with kids or a dog. >> or jenna. >> my husband called me crummy last night. i could have been like, really, crummy. >> this is actually a mattress vacuum, gets all the dust mites off. it has a bunch of different attachment attachments. >> sucks it in?
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>> you can use it on hardwood floors. >> anywhere. >> take it with you. >> hold on, drum roll, please. okay. still looks the same. >> don't burn yourself. >> it's coming right off. >> it is, it looks like it's coming right off. >> usually want to set it for about two minutes. >> it's still a little dirty but i think if we got in there, we could get it. >> this is the bleach you use on those really tough jobs but now it's in crystal form. so no more spills and splashes. >> wine? >> this is a great one. our testers went crazy for this. stain rx. it literally just lifts -- >> could you do it in a carpet? >> carpet, clothes, anything. these are the wipes for on the go. >> you could use this for your lunch later. >> thank you. >> and then right here, this is steam is the new ironing. you heard it here first. what we like about this one, it's going to seem your dresses. it also has attachments so you can clean your grill, your bathroom, anything. >> your grill? >> how much is that?
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>> we'll just have to quickly come here to the toilets. >> i don't like cleaning a toilet but it is necessary. >> you can get under the lip there and dispose the pad. >> that's smart. >> what does this baby do? >> that is going to get all the tough angles. it's a tub and, you know, shower scrub. >> and what's that guy? >> right there, we've got the opt optimus formulated by a mom.
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i've been waiting for this moment for so long. this is our favorite things. if you've ever been to new york and magnolia bakery, they have a new banana pudding. it's now chocolate banana pudding.
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>> take a big by the. a bowl is $60 and a cup is $3.50. >> i don't know anything about deals but i would say this is the better deal. >> isn't it so good? >> vanilla wafer. mine is like avocado mango smoothie. it's vegen, good for you. i'm trying to be on a detox. you might join me in this detox, right, so we can both be in terrible moods. it has coconut water, coconut milk, avocado, plant protein. you can get these -- >> it's like -- >> it's at
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