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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. welcome to winesday wednesday. we're so happy you're here. it's february 24th. that is bad man by pit bull featuring robin thicke. >> you can't beat that. >> oh, yeah you can. >> wayne brady was singing.
he's a guy who does everything. >> and is fearless. completely fearless. >> he's doing something extremely daring for one night only right here in manhattan. >> nothing else to do but kinky boots and all the other shows he's on. >> we're going to get to you. plus, whether you are a fan of -- from the "scream 4" thriller or "younger" there's a good looking and talented guy named nico tortorella. you know how we know he's good looking? we have a calendar. we were just paging through the months. >> because we had time. >> there was just extra time. and this is just an advertisement for his -- which is your favorite? >> uh -- >> well, it is not this one. it's not october. that scares me. >> let's go to our birth month. >> this is august. this is ours. sweet. >> and jill is here to keep you warm with her fun fashion finds. that's going to be a little
>> you know what that is. >> don't give it away. ready for your words of wisdom. >> close your eyes and zen out. wayne for you, too. i refuse to walk carefully through life only, too rive safely at death. paulo coelho. "i refuse to walk carefully through life only to arrive safely at date death." you know people are so afraid to live. and then it's over. >> you really say, is that all there is? is that all their is >> what did you think, wayne? >> i walk here, and now i feel alive. >> we're going to play our little wine wednesday. we're going to -- we have this thing called a wine bot. one is team klg. one is hoda. you vote with your hashtag on
when you vote, the wine glass fills up. we find out who has more love for the questions. here's the debate topic. >> this is our third time doing it and one of us has won twice so far, but don't vote out of compassion. it's got to really be what you think. okay? >> "the wall street journal" -- i can't win on this wine bot thing. "the wall street journal" had an article. they were trying to figure out what's the right temperature to
through menopause. you don't ever want to be hot one or time again in your life. >> you say 60 to 65. >> is the most comfortable. >> i say i like 65 and warmer. >> hoda, you told us 70 to 72 in the -- >> no, what i said -- >> what i said. let me finish my statement. how can you finish anything here with all kinds of people rooting against you. okay. my ideal temp is 70. i'll tell you why. i like to sleep with pajamas on. and i don't like to be freeze, and i don't like to be burning up. 70 is right in the middle. it's a nice temp to sleep fop 70 is comfortable for those -- >> that's wasn't the question. "the wall street journal" said -- >> for you. i said 70 is right for me. >> what was the other temperature they gave us.
>> what did hoda say in the dressing room? >> 70 and up. >> she said 70 to 80. >> i didn't say and up. >> what do you like to sleep? do you wear clothes, wayne? >> no. i like to be comfortable, but i'll go with the 60 to 65. >> most men like 60 to 65. >> you know, we're always compromising for our husbands and spouses. they are just like put more sweaters on. it's just more comfortable for me. we always do what they want. i like to do what i want every now and then. please vote for me. don't you do it for your boyfriend or husband? >> so sad. >> for all of you who are upset because -- wait. i'm going to make my case. >> last chance. >> for all of you who are upset because your husband always decides what the temp is and you have to put on a hot and gloves
under the covers so he feels good, tweet at team hoda. >> look. yes, see it's working now. now it's working. now it's working. thank you. >> for standing up -- >> it's a mercy bot. >> stand up for yourself. >> it looked a little -- >> that's all i've got, wayne. it's not really working for me. >> it's the naked thing. it's the naked thing. >> there you go, baby. >> all right. nude. here's this new app jimmy kimmel showed on his show. he's obsessed with this app. it's the masquerade app but if you want to find it it's msqrd. there were faces of other people like celebs and whatnot and they match it up with your face. here's kathie lee with leonardo dicaprio. here's me with leo. >> we both look like jesus.
all the women were upset about having to -- thank you. thank you, ladies. >> i'm still winning. >> it's neck and neck. >> now it doesn't even matter. >> it's neck and neck because -- >> no, it's neck and neck. >> because you were pathetic, and they love you and people want you to win once in a while. >> naked. >> stop saying naked. >> nude. >> last night celine dion returned to the stage in las
i feel and i know he hears me. one way or another, i know he will give me a sign for ha proval or not. and now i can feel that he's telling me to zip it and start singing. >> that's got to be hard. >> everybody is different. everybody has different ways of coping. she's lovely. we wish her all the best. she also said he sat in the audience for every single show she ever did and he would on the way home tell her in a lovely way how she could be better the next time. >> when you think about it -- >> keep it going, eric. >> he was really the only --
did we have two full ones already? >> oh, and one is still going strong. >> one of them is a mercy bot. i'm telling you. >> i don't think so. >> we wish her well. hollywood's biggest night is this weekend. where are you going to watch it? >> i don't know. how about you? >> i don't know. >> get ready for the oscars with a game of "who knew." and wayne brady explains the challenges facing the country never stop. so neither does the u.s. army. we train. adapt. and get smarter. every soldier. every unit. every day. not to keep up with change; but to drive it. nobody knows what but we do know who
we'll bring a bottle of zinfandel >> you, oh, you were -- >> what's was going on there? >> nothing. >> what was that? >> i was a witness. like i was participating but really the show was about you. we were just watching you. you -- >> it was ridiculous. >> loved it. talked about how much fun that is. >> please have hoda on. >> i'd love to have you on the show. >> speaking of mercy, can i say one thing? guess who is winning by 15 tweets in the wine bot. >> it's because of mercy, hoda. i'm sorry. it's not winning. >> people are kind. >> so wayne, you are doing this show where you get the script. is it moments before? is it right before you get on stage? >> i'm told, unless the publicist from the show is here to correct me, i think it's right before you go on. >> they hand you a script -- >> you walk on. it's the ultimate in cold reading. if you are an actor you know
whatever choices you make there in the moment is what the choices are, and i love that. it's not that -- because it's not an improvisational piece but the fact that you have to be so in the moment and the choices you make, you just have to go and stick with it right then. >> you have an advantage because you've had to do that for years on "whose line is it anyway." >> each of the people from
>> it's on a monday night. it's after i wrap. i think i'm doing it on -- >> on april 4th. >> april 4th. >> good things to know. >> are you going to miss "kinky boots" when it's over? >> i'm going to miss the show and every single person in it. but, there we go. i've got everyone there and it's really changed my life. i've got to thank jerry mitchell and daryl. the producer. it's -- what's an amazing family to be a part of. >> you are good in those heels. >> i'm killing it. >> i can't believe it. >> my buddy andy and gina -- >> great cast. >> congratulations on everything. >> we love you. >> we love you. steaming up the small screen as the younger man. >> nico tortorella opens up about meeting older women in real life. >> he lik when your type 2 diabetes numbers aren't moving in the right direction,
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ly is the hot hollywood heartthrob starring in one of the most talked about tv series. nico tortorella. he plays the hot young tattoo artist. in tv land's hit comby "younger." now the character has come clean about her real age, the couple is trying to work through their may/december romance. >> they have sham feign champagne here? >> only champagne and beer. >> what's are we celebrating? >> i got this crazy call today. the magazine wants me to be in their young creatives edition. >> that's great. what's the magazine? >> "t" magazine. >> you're going to be in "the new york times"? tell me everything. >> looks like you're getting along just fine. could have had a little conflict there. >> everything is good right now.
which weadmiring. >> did they make you do this? >> no. >> it was a joke in the beginning. wouldn't it be funny if we did a josh calendar. i said it's not that funny. let's just do it. we came up with it. >> what's with all the tats. does each have a sig enough canc? >> this is a mix between my real tattoos and josh's tattoos. so all of the like skulls on my arms are -- >> those are yours?
first tattoo when i was 15. she highly regrets that decision now that i have like 26. >> you can see all of his tattoos because it's that kind of show on "younger" on tv land. coming up -- a solution so my kids don't have to forage, got two jobs to pay a mortgage, and i've also got a brain. life's short, talk is cheap. i'll be working while you sleep. still don't think i've got a brain?
>> i'm becky from ft. worth, texas. >> you're going to get this one. i can feel it. identify this 1994 movie that won best picture at the 1967 academy awards. >> "forrest gump"? >> yes. >> life is like a box of chocolates. >> run, forest, run. >> six oscars including best actor for tom hanks who had won the previous year for "philadelphia." no other actor or actress has won back-to-back oscars since hank hanks did it. eddie redmayne could do it. >> it's looking like leo's year. >> i'm kim from missouri. >> kim wants my book, so, there. are you ready? we're going to listen to this one.
won an academy award. prince? sam smith or john legend? >> i would say a, prince. >> would she be right? >> yea! team. >> yeah, sam smith. prince won, of course, my jam "purple rain" and john legend won last year for "glory" from selma and sam smith "writing on the wall." won the golden globe for "spectre." jill martin has some fun finds for any fashion emergency
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jill martin is here with products to solve your fashion emergency. >> is that why our hands are immersed? >> you know when it rains and you are walking with your umbrella and it flaps up. that happened yesterday to me. and i was so frustrated i was looking for an umbrella that as windy as it could get. highest winds and it won't flap back. >> why?
they'll be totally dry. >> i can feel they are. >> the only way to get water in it is through the opening. of course you can never get them off. >> wear them skiing and things like that? >> skiing or a wet day when if you get to your location and take them off, there's nothing worse. >> my hands are wet now pulling off your glove. >> go on without me. it will take a while to get these off. remember when i was little i loved these freaky freezies.
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okay. if you look back to some of your favorite films, chances are the guy sitting with us right now had something to do with it. >> chris columbus. that's his real name. he's directed so many hits from "home alone" to the first two films in the "harry potter" franchise and the golden globe winning movie "mrs. doubtfire" starring the late, great robin williams.
messiah" inspired by scripture. it imagines a year in jesus' boyhood. >> help me find the boy. the boy was here. >> did you do that? >> yes. >> who are you? >> you saved me once before. >> it was you. >> you were also at bethlehem. >> oh. >> it's so good. and another congratulations in order. >> thank you very much. >> beautiful big budget you did. it's all on the screen. it's all there. >> how do you pick these projects. this is different from the other ones. >> especially" mrs. doubtfire." >> the interesting thing, it's all about story for me. it's about telling a great story. and it has to have a lot of emotion.
in a big way. those are the stories i'm attracted to. >> this is the greatest story never told. we see so many faith-based films about the life of jesus. there's a good one out right now called "risen." this is from an anne rice novel. >> called "christ the lord" which imagines the 7-year-old jesus coming to terms with who he is and who he is about to become. what's interesting about the movie is it base ically instills faith in people and restores people's faith. we're dealing with something that's not part of scripture. how do we do that? and you get a team of theologians over your shoulder making certain you don't make a mistake. >> they disagree a lot. >> right now they agree on this movie, so that's good. >> a little boy that plays jesus is so good and so great to see shawn beam. >> one of the great actors. >> he was here with us.
>> he is always the ferocious guy you're terrified of. >> i was terrified of him the first three days. >> as we're sitting here, there's a set of eyes on us, your lovely daughter. you've teamed up to work together. she's an nyu student. >> she hasn't teamed up with me yet. it's my other daughter eleanor who graduated from nyu. violet is the third to graduate. >> they are all in the business? >> it's part of the family business. we'll see. everyone wants to do different things. they are out there trying. >> but are they talented? >> they are so talented. has nothing to do with nepotism. >> we love the movie. find the young messiah. it is in theaters march 11th. it's deeply moving. step out in style. lilliana invites you in her dressing room for the latest styles in shoes.
these are adorable and so comfortable. next pair, the lace-up gladiator. a huge trend. >> gladiator will not die. >> it will not die. you can try to kill it, but it will not die. >> i have it. >> $40. >> $24. >> and the answer is -- >> $35. >> from old navy. they come in other colors as well. >> again, another gladiator. this has buckles on the side. you can wear it with anything. >> that's going to be a little more. >> you're good. >> $48. >> oh, my gosh. >> $38. >> this is for fun. >> the booties. guess on this one? >> $47. >> i'll say $48. >> these are only $25. charlotte russo. >> what's the last one? >> my favorite because they're lilac. >> darling. >> really quick guesses? >> $26. >> $42. >> kathie lee gifford knows her shoes. look at that. >> these are available at misguided.com.
today on "the real." on girl chat kanye takes a nap. >> this has done to me since i was pregnant. >> glam squad start the clock. >> i love her new look so far. >> because 60 minutes of glam is back. >> plus hip-hop stars yo gotti. >> on "the real." >> hey everyone, we're getting ared to start the show but before we do, this is kristen and when it comes to style she's been stuck in mommy mode and doesn't have time to take care of herself. we're going to give her a makeover and doing it in 60