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making news in america this morning -- >> there's a mistake. >> "moonlight," best picture. >> the surprise ending at the oscars, the wrong winner announced for best picture. we have the latest explanation on what went wrong. plus, the big winners. >> we have the only profession that shows what it means to live a life. >> the big moments. >> when donald trump hasn't tweeted at us once, i'm starting to get worried. >> the tourists who unknowingly wandered into tinseltown's biggest night and the red carpet fashion, live to hollywood. >> jaw-dropping moment. >> omg.
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>> that's what many people are saying this morning. a good monday morning to you all and we, of course, are going to start with that hollywood moment that no one in hollywood was counting on. so, take a look. here are actors faye dunaway and warren beatty and he seems to be stalling. >> he saw the wong piece of information out there. now, he shows the card to dunaway so the movie cast and crew make their way to the stage and winners of best pictures for 30 seconds. "la la land" didn't actually win as the movie's producers finally pointed out. >> there's a mistake. "moonlight," you guys won best picture. "moonlight" won. this is not a joke. this is not a joke. i'm afraid they read the wrong thing. this is not a joke. "moonlight" has won best picture. "moonlight."
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best picture. >> unbelievable. >> wow! so, let's point out moments ago the company behind the balloting and counting and security put out a statement saying -- want to put it up -- the presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope and when discovered was immediately corrected, we are currently investigating how this could have happened and deeply regret this occurred in the first place. >> needness to say plenty of 'splainin' to do besides that. but we're trying to see what we can get to the bottom to at least at this early hour and check in with dana. >> reporter: the cast of "la la land" handing over their oscars to the cast of "moonlight" in one of the biggest oscar bungles ever. >> "la la land." >> "la la land" first called the winner but within minutes -- >> this is not a joke. "moonlight" has won best picture. "moonlight."
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guess picture. >> reporter: an abrupt about-face. "moonlight" ultimately taking the top prize in an awkward upset. until then oscar night had hit all the right notes. ♪ can't stop the feeling >> reporter: musical performances. political jabs. >> i want to say thank you to president trump, i mean, remember last year when it seemed like the oscars were racist. >> reporter: and a surprise visit from some unsuspecting tourists. who is your favorite actor? >> that man right there. >> denzel? >> and it's about that little gold statue. >> mahershala ali. >> reporter: mahershala ali taking home his first oscar for best supporting actor in "moonlight" and the award for best supporting actress going to viola davis for "fences." >> casey affleck, "manchester by the sea." >> reporter: best actor as predicted went to the star of "manchester by the sea." >> i'm really proud to be a part of this community and look out at all of you and just
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dumbfounded that i'm included. ♪ city of stars >> reporter: "la la land" won six of its record tying 14 awards for which it was nominated. >> emma stone, "la la land." >> reporter: including best actress who addressed the flap backstage. >> it was an amazing thing to hear "la la land." i think we would have all loved to win best picture but we're so excited for "moonlight." >> reporter: finally the real best picture winner, "moonlight." >> okay, they're gone but it's very humbling to be up here. >> reporter: price waterhouse coopers released a statement apologizing for the mistake saying that the wrong category was given to presenters and they are investigating how it happened but it's safe to say that tonight's award show will go down in oscar history. reporting live from hollywood, danya bacchus, kendis and diane. >> it's definitely worth repeating that statement because they're answering a lot of questions.
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what about any other reaction about the mix-up from host jimmy kimmel, i believe? >> reporter: yes, jimmy kimmel just telling the local abc station here in los angeles that he had nothing to do whatsoever with what happened. also saying that he was losing his mind over this, of course, i think we heard him make that joke at the end saying that he blames steve harvey for this happening and then, of course, he's not taking the responsibility for this one. >> steve harvey must be the one person relieved it happened and takes pressure off him. a first, danya, but there were other firsts. more highlights, you could say from this year, right? >> reporter: right, there were plenty of firsts this year. this is actually emma stone's first oscar. mahershala ali became the first muslim to win an oscar. damien chazelle, the director of "la la land" his first oscar and youngest director to ever win an oscar and then there was viola davis, this was her first oscar and plenty of people are talking
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about her acceptance speech. it's trending actually on many social media sites because she to a very heart felt speech about why she became an artist and she says it's because this is a profession that celebrates what it means to live life. so, viola davis leaving a lasting impression on everyone with that speech she gave this evening. >> and danya, of course, we remember the sound engineer from "hacksaw ridge" who was nominated 21 times, his first win. >> finally broke the longest losing streak in oscar history. >> yes. >> kevin o'connell, big congratulations to him and by the way, viola davis also won our vote for best dressed of the night. >> looked amazing. bow down. >> danya bacchus, thanks. unprecedented fiasco, i believe, and one of the new york tabloids called it an incredible
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blunder. >> so abc's jaythan nathanson was back there and spoke to him. >> audible gasps. i mean that's definitely a way to describe it, it was chaotic, never seen anything like that for sure. will never see anything like that again. we were dumbfounded this would happen at the oscars. the premiere event, the big night in hollywood and that's what happens. what we're understanding is that there's two cards for every winner on either side of the stage there's a card for best actress for emma stone and best actress for emma stone, left and right so she had hers and holding hers. if you look at a frozen screen grab of the card that warren beatty is holding it says best actress. that's the category that he was reading and that faye dunaway were reading. the awards up until the end were kind of predictable until we thought "la la land" win and that's how we thought it was expected but a big shock not
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only what happened with the screwup that "moonlight" beat "la la land" in the end. eventually they'll be able to laugh about this. right now damien chazelle, director of "la la land" he won best director, the youngest best director ever to win. he did not come backstage here and talk to us. probably because he knew what he'd be asked about. >> jason nathanson from back many stage. you have to feel for warren beatty and faye dunaway like we have the wrong card and she didn't realize and read it out loud. we'll hear more explanations. the wild ending started countless memes. >> a live picture of the dolby theatre. "gma" will have a full wrap-up and more of this half hour but definitely i would say "la la land," the atlanta falcons of the oscars. just when you think you're there, not so fast. still ahead more from hollywood and the oscars including the red carpet fashion and must see photo bomb.
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>> plus new video of a man hanging on the side of a speeding car. see how a stolen puppy led to this dramatic moment on a highway. >> survival story. a car falls seven stories landing on a roof below.
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more cleaning out in central pennsylvania from this weekend's rare february tornado. it's only the fourth time there's been a tornado in february. but the third in two years. the severe weather this weekend struck communities from virginia to massachusetts, damaging homes and buildings and cutting power to thousands of people. president trump has held his first major social event at the white house hosting an annual ball for the nation's governors. 46 governors were in the room as
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the president highlighted his efforts to tighten border control and security. he criticized obamacare for having what he called tremendous problems and also spoke about his plans to replace it. >> i think we have something that's going to really be excellent but we're going to have it fixed and repeal and replace and i think you'll see something special. >> the overhaul is expected to be discussed further as the president stops by for a meeting with the governors today. and the white house is resisting growing calls for an independent prosecutor to investigate allegations that russia meddled in the presidential election. darrell issa wants a special prosecutor. he says attorney general jeff sessions should recuse himself from that investigation. and first it was the nominee for army secretary, now president trump's pick to lead the navy has pulled his name from consideration. philip bilden cited financial complication and said he wouldn't meet the ethics
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requirements. former army secretary nominee vincent viola recused himself as well. the white house is so frustrated with leaks to the media some staffers are facing random cell phone checks. according to sean spicer last week, asked members of his team to dump their phones on the table after information surfaced from a private meeting to prove they had nothing to hide. and when we come back new details on the man accused of driving into a crowd at mardi gras. we'll take a look at the list of charges he's expected to face and what we're hearing interest a survivor of the accident. plus, a youth hockey coach disciplined after throwing a punch when his players got into a fight. from carmen) by andre rieu -- classical rendition habenera (from carmen) by andre rieu -- beat rendition habenera (from carmen) by andre rieu -- classical rendition habenera (from carmen) by andre rieu -- beat rendition habenera (from carmen) by andre rieu -- classical rendition habenera (from carmen) by andre rieu -- beat rendition
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right. >> rizzuto is being held on $125,000 bond. if he makes bond, the 25-year-old will be placed on house arrest and required to wear an ankle monitor. incredible video in the meantime from houston. the person who was driving that car right there survived. it went through the wall of a parking garage and tumbled seven stories onto the roof of another building. the teen who was behind the wheel is in the hospital. his condition is said to be table but firefighters say he actually let himself out of the vehicle. no word on what led to that accident. unbelievable that he walked away from that. a california man is caught on camera truly going the extra mile to rescue man's best friend. check out the video from victorville outside los angeles. the mother of the guy hanging on the door of that car says he was trying to stop someone who snatched his new puppy. now, he eventually lost his grip, fell and had some cuts and bruises. the car and the puppy are still missing. and just before the oscars
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hollywood was stunned to learn that actor bill paxton has died at the age of 61. he appeared in dozens of movies and television series including a television series that just premiered earlier this month. paxton was never nominated for an academy award himself but appeared in several films that won best picture. storm chasers are remembering paxton for playing one of them in the 1996 film 2002 twister" and they pay tribute by checking in on a map of the united states spelling out his initials. paxton's family says only that he died from complications due to surgery. and judge wapner has also died. the star of "the people's court" at the age of 97. his 12 years on television, on the bench inspired decades of other courtroom shows. he was an actual california judge before presiding over "the people's court" where he decided real small claims courses. a former nhl tough guy hit
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it is, of course, an oscar themed "pulse." we didn't get dressed up for nothing. >> of course. >> we have to start with the epic big picture mistake. >> so, the whole thing was a made for meme moment and the internet is not disappointing. >> okay, so here's one guy's take. the famous photo of harry truman with the dewey defeats replaced by "la la land" defeats "moonlight." >> this one takes us back to the hanging chads in florida during the 2000 presidential election recount. the simple words and the oscar goes to. >> and finally, one word, vindicated. i agree. along with the smiling face of miss universe host steve harvey. plenty of people saying he's off the hook for announcing the wrong winner of that pageant more than a year ago. i would say so. it was a big moment. >> well, you have to feel -- it seems like warren beatty was stalling and seems to hand the card over to faye dunaway almost
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as if asking what do we do? she looks down and thinks he's being funny. >> going into it "la la land" was the one everybody thought would win. maybe he was just crossing his fingers and hoping that was the case. >> the other thing everything is talking about is what everyone was wearing, of course. >> best actress winner emma stone was also a fashion winner with a beaded golden dress from givenchy. >> so, janelle monae was decked out with beading all across her very complex elie saab gown. >> and scarlett johansson stunned many people in purple. rocked a new hairdo as well. >> i locked her hairdo and ryan gosling always looking smoldering. last night no exception wearing a gucci black tuxedo and ruffles on his shirt. a fashion risk. >> or backwards. then, of course, this moment, jimmy kimmel surprised a
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>> good morning i'm tamala edwards, it is monday, fbi 7. here's what's next on "action news." a jewish cemetary is a rubble of headstones an act of did he desn in wissinoming. looking live across penns landing, david murphy is tracking warmer weather, temperatures from the 40s to the 70s. ooh la la, ouch. if you didn't stay up for the oscars, the wrong winner was announced for best pictures. it never happens until it does. "action news" is up next. watch live by millions of americans
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and around the world in more than 225 countries that now hate us. and i think that is an amazing thing. i want to say thank you to president trump. i mean, remember last year when it seemed like the oscars were racist. amazon is the first streaming service nominated for best picture. jeff bezos is the founder and ceo and want to say congratulations to jeff, you know, and also want you to know, jeff, if you win tonight you can expect your oscar to arrive in two to five business days. possibly stolen by a grub hub deliveryman. we are here to honor great actors but also here to honor the actors who seem great but actually are really not and of all the great actors here in hollywood, one in particular has stood the test of time for her many uninspiring and overrated performances. from her mediocre early work in
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the deer hunter and "out of africa" to underwhelming performs in "kramer vs. kramer" and "sophie's choice." meryl streep has phoned it in with over 50 films. nice dress by the way. can that an ivanka? and it has been an amazing year for comic book movies. "dr. strike" was nominated for outstanding visual effects and named secretary of housing and urban development. >> "moonlight," you guys won best picture. >> "moonlight." >> personally i blame steve harvey for this. i would like to see you get an oscar anyway. why can't we just give out a whole bunch of them? >> jimmy kimmel unflappable even in the most awkward of circumstances. and there's one more moment from the oscars we wanted to show you. justin timberlake couldn't help himself when he saw emma stone do an interview. he went for the photo bomb and she didn't know it happened. that's it for us. this is due back at good morns
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4:30 a.m., monday, february 27. here's what we're following on "action news," vandal damage hundreds of grave stones at a jewish cemetary in philadelphia. a dog attacks a young girl sending her to the hospital with facial injuries. the oscars end with a shocking plot twist. we are in hollywood with embarrassment over the best picture winner. >> what an ending. let's go over to david murphy with the weather and


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