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good morning, america. the biggest blunder in oscar history. >> "la la land." >> "la la land" mistakenly announced as best picture. >> warren, what did you do? >> but "moonlight," the real winner. >> this is not a joke. moon has won best picture. >> you guys chose us. thank you for the choice. >> we're right there with the stars after one of the craziest moments ever, capping a night full of emotional wins from the radiant viola davis. >> we are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life. >> to best actor, casey affleck. and emma stone stancing off with best actress. politics center stage at the oscars. jimmy kimmel skewers president trump. >> i want to say thank you to president trump. i mean, remember last year when it seemed like the oscars were racist? >> while the white house holds
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its own black-tie event and trump supporters fire back hard. ♪ >> and we're taking you behind the scenes of hollywood's biggest night. >> you're making me feel good. if you could just stuck with me for the rest of the night. >> like only "gma" can. >> oh, my god. >> our team rocking the red carpet with the biggest names going one-on-one with us exclusively backstage. >> craziest moment ever. >> and after the show. >> welcome to the oscar after party, everybody. >> their first interviews, seconds after taking home the gold. all the unforgettable moments. >> hollywood, you look so lovely tonight. but do you feel lovely tonight? >> the "gma" oscars after party starts right now. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. ♪ good morning, america. good morning to all those big star, welcome.
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a special show after the oscars. you guys look so great on the red carpet last night. big night flying home too. >> we were not going to miss this after party back here, no way. >> not at all. you know, yesterday i paid you a big compliment on your dress. >> thank you. >> i wasn't the only one who loved it. your dress was trending yesterday. i just want you to know. people didn't want to take the oscar home. they wanted to take you home. >> dapper as always. what about that crazy moment to end it all? some people actually thought it was another jimmy kimmel prank. >> i think we all did. >> that's what warren beatty was thinking too. >> we knew something was wrong when they said "la la land" was mistakenly named best picture and the award, of course, belonged to "moonlight" and rightfully so. how they were so graceful, everybody on that stage when all that happened. right to amy. she's starting us off still there in hollywood for us this morning. good morning, amy. >> that's right, good morning, guys. i was backstage when that moment happened which is normally very festive place to be with the
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champagne flowing, but when that moment happened there was an audible collective gasbackstage and then stunned silence. >> the academy award for best picture -- >> you're impossible. come on. >> "la la land." >> reporter: warren beatty and faye dunaway announced "la la land" the winner of best picture. its producers accept. >> thank you to my parents. >> reporter: but, wait, chaos erupting. oscar producers and host jimmy kimmel swarm the stage because -- >> i'm sorry, no, 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." best picture.
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>> reporter: "moonlight" is the real winner. the film's team in tears total shock at the dolby theatre. >> very clearly even in my dreams this could not be true but to hell with dreams. i'm done with it because it's true. oh, my goodness. >> reporter: take a closer look at that key moment in beatty's hand, the envelope reads actress in a leading role, not best picture. >> "la la land." >> reporter: listen to beatty and dunaway whispering offcamera. >> it says emma stone. >> what? >> reporter: beatty offering an explanation. >> i want to tell you what happened. i opened the envelope and it said emma stone, "la la land." that's why i took such a long look at faye and at you. i wasn't trying to be funny. >> reporter: jimmy kimmel recalling that miss universe mishap from last year. >> personally i blame steve
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harvey for this. >> warren, what did you do? >> reporter: emma stone brought home the oscar for best actress for "la la land" but backstage she was still in shock about the best picture mix-up. >> i mean, i'm so beyond excited for "moonlight." i think "moonlight" is one of the greatest films of all time, so as far as i'm concerned i think this is like the cruelest outcome ever, but the process of getting there was a trip. >> yeah, i mean you've got, you know, your guys giving acceptance speeches. >> i know and they're so incredible and it's -- it's one of those things that like the idea of an art competition in general seems very wild but that's -- i mean, the producers of "la la land" are unbelievable and i mean, hey, it's craziest moment ever. >> reporter: mahershala ali who won best supporting actor for "moonlight" gave credit to the "la la land" cast. >> when you heard them say, it's
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"moonlight" -- >> i just didn't -- i didn't even know what to do. i think i needed to hear them say it multiple times and really pull us up but jordan who was speaking and accepting on behalf of "la la land" is such a great guy, such a generous guy that, of course, he was the one who said, oh, we didn't win? bring them up here and i just absolutely love all of those folks up there. >> i mean, that's a moment that's going to go down in history. >> yeah. >> reporter: kimmel told us after the show beatty had the wrong envelope. >> in reality he was perplexed by why her name was on there. >> why not just ask for help? >> i wouldn't ask for help -- >> hey, guys, you have gave me the wrong card. >> that's a moment. >> warren beatty has had so much sex he can't think about things like that anymore. >> reporter: price waterhouse cooper putting out this statement we sincerely apologize to "moonlight," "la la land," warren beatty, faye dunaway and
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oscar viewers for the error that was made during the award announcement for best picture. the presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope and when discovered was immediately corrected. what people may not realize is there are actually two copies of each winner envelope so emma stone said she had hers with her name on it but it turns out there was another envelope backstage and that one must have been what ended up in warren beatty's hands, guys. >> because, you're right, they have on each end of the stage because they don't know which way the presenters will come out. >> i guess we don't know who gave it to them. you got to feel bad for him. though. >> what i feel bad about we're not talking about "moonlight." it is so deserving of what it won and best picture and our super fan, you agree too with that, right? >> i saw it coming. they did it. i agree. i felt so bad for the "la la land" cast because it's an
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embarrassment but at the same time "moonlight" is not getting the attention that they deserve as the first lgbt movie to win on oscar award -- i'm sorry. >> just got the attention right there. >> yes. >> jimmy kimmel did the whole steve harvey thing. i thought he was going to blame matt damon. >> you did think for a moment it was a prank. >> that's why they were saying this is not a joke. steve harvey's reply this morni morning. let's bring in chris connelly. missed a whole lot. >> well, before the 89th academy awards turned into #oscarssowhat it had first rate jimmy kimmel comedy and great performances. >> and the oscar goes to. >> reporter: in another more typical academy awards universe. >> casey affleck, "manchester by the sea." >> reporter: casey affleck winning best actor for
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"manchester by the sea." >> when i look out at you i have this whole year and i'm just dumbfounded that i'm included. >> reporter: he thanked rival denzel washington who teared up in the audience. >> one of the first people who taught me how to act was denzel washington and i just met him tonight for the first time. >> reporter: the oscar goes to viola davis. >> reporter: from "fences" viola davis in full voice. >> i became an artist and thank god i did because we are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life. >> mahershala ali, "moonlight." >> reporter: "moonlight's" mahershala ali winning best supporting actor and having a pretty good week. >> lastly i want to thank my wife who was in her third tri mess ter during awards season. we just had a daughter four days ago. >> reporter: "la la land" didn't get its first oscar until 104 minutes into the show but even
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with its miss at the end going home with six academy awards. >> "la la land." >> "la la land." >> "la la land." >> "la la land." >> emma stone, "la la land." >> reporter: emma stone winning best actress thanking her co-star. >> ryan gosling, thank you for making me laugh and for always raising the bar and for being the greatest partner on this crazy adventure. >> damien chazelle for "la la land." >> reporter: and best director damien chazelle at just 32 years old becoming the youngest in academy history. >> this is such an honor. thank you for what incredible filmmakers you are and inspiring me every day. ♪ i got that sunshine in my pocket ♪ >> reporter: and while justin timberlake may not have won for best original song, "can't stop the feeling" it was a winning opening number that brought everyone to their feet. ♪ when you dance dance dance >> i would like to bury the hatchet with someone i've had
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issues with. >> reporter: the first time host jimmy kimmel his ongoing matt damon obsession taking center stage. >> he handed what turned out to be an oscar caliber role over to his friend and made a chinese ponytail movie instead. >> reporter: damon tried to kick his competition. >> harold is the -- >> reporter: the oscar host showing us he had enough of damon on stage. >> wait, hold on. am i being played off, seriously? you can't play me -- i'm just presenting. >> that's enough. we want to go home. >> reporter: kimmel's opening monologue nine minutes long and setting a great tone and timberlake showing he'll host the oscars someday if he wants to. >> interesting open. >> great opening. >> we were saying jimmy was great yesterday. >> top to bottom. >> he was. >> mean tweet, bringing those in but there were some really great speeches. >> you know, there were some
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great moments and great speeches but behind the scenes there were a lot of great moments too and we'll go back to amy who got to go one-on-one with the night's biggest winners after her oscar dreams came true. >> that's true and, guys, once we move past discussing the best picture disaster and did take a while for all of the winners to process we were able to move on to those other subjects from moving acceptance speeches to how they plan to celebrate. >> people ask me all the time, what kind of stories do you want to tell, viola? >> your acceptance speech was one of the most remarkable speeches i've ever heard. >> i always feel like i have a lot to say. at 51 years old i've had a lifetime of experience, man, i've been doing there for over 30 years professionally. you always have something to say and never at a loss for words. >> you have just broken all of these boundaries. the first black actor to win any oscar and tony, first black woman to receive three academy
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award nominations. tell me how that feels. >> it feels good. i mean, it feels like my hard work has paid off but at the same time, i still have the impostor syndrome. i still feel like i'm going to wake up and everybody is going to see me for the hack i am. i still feel like when i walk on the set i'm starting from scratch until i do realize i know what i'm doing. i'm human. i know i'm not the best but i'm proud of myself. this is the first year i've allowed myself just a little bit to see that to realize that self deprecation is not the answer to humility. that sometimes you can say, i deserve it, that i'm proud of myself and move on. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> on the supporting actor role and i have to say this is a remarkable week for you. >> yes. >> the birth of your daughter. >> yes, yes. >> and now your oscar. >> yeah. >> i don't think this could compare to most. >> i think this is like when i
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look at my life i will probably -- i imagine i will look at this week as one of the more extraordinary moments in my life for sure. >> okay, so what are you doing to celebrate now? i mean everyone is a little shell-shocked. >> i'll go to a couple of pears and hang with my folk, the "moonlight" folks but want to get home and be with my wife and my daughter so i'm not going to be out too long and she's going to keep me up anyway tonight because she's like 4 days old and she's got a lot to say and talk about and tell me. >> i realize that a moment like this is a huge confluence of luck and opportunity. >> let's talk about this and the road to this. >> yeah. surreal happening on so many levels. it's going to take a long time to unpack all of this mentally. >> i have to tell you your acceptance speech was so beautiful. did you practice it? >> i mean, i thought a little about people that i'd like to say thank you to because i've watched the oscars for a long time and seen those thing where
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you forget people that are incredibly important to you. >> and your brother turned out to be a good luck charm. >> he's the greatest person i know. i love him probably more than any person on the planet so -- >> what are you doing to celebrate. >> i'm going to go drink some champagne and dance with my friends and i am very excited to do that. >> are you going to celebrate. >> wolfgang puck macaroni cheese and ribs and maybe a vodka and club soda and lemon, mama, i'm sorry. i got to do it. >> viola davis eating mac and cheese, drinking champagne and, guys, she kicked off her high heels but you're going to have to take a look and see what she had underneath her dress. instead of those heels. see those, like moon shoes. you know, because us ladies have a certain hemline so she had to have the same height. just wanted to be comfortable so she had that all planned out. smart lady. >> color coordinated. >> she was ready to go there, amy. thank you. >> a lot coming up on the oscars. >> we do. we have to turn to politics because the president had his
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own black-tie dinner hosting the governors ball ahead of his first address to congress tomorrow night. calling for a special prosecutor to investigate any ties between his campaign and russia, jon karl has more. >> reporter: as the president prepares for his first speech to a joint session of congress, he is facing calls for a special prosecutor to investigate russia's meddling in the campaign. overnight the president and first lady hosted their first white house gala. honoring the nation's governors and joking about how tough his job is. >> i just want to salute and toast the governors, the great governors, such an easy job you have. >> reporter: earlier in the day president trump lashed out at growing questions about russian influence in the election tweeting russia talk is fake news put out by the dems and played up by the media in order to mask the big election defeat and illegal leaks. but it's not just news. there are multiple bipartisan
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congressional investigations and an fbi investigation and now a prominent house republican is calling on the attorney general to appoint an independent special prosecutor to review the case. >> you cannot have somebody, a friend of mine, jeff sessions, who was on the campaign and who is an appointee. >> reporter: the white house says it's premature to ask whether attorney general jeff sessions should recuse himself from anything to do with the investigations. >> let's not go to the very end of the extreme. let's let this play out the way that it should. >> reporter: the white house is also facing demands for an investigation into the special operations raid in yemen that was approved by president trump last month and cost the life of navy s.e.a.l. ryan owens. white house press secretary sean spicer had said any suggestion the raid was not a success was out of bounds. >> i think anyone who would suggest it's not a success does disservice to the life of chief ryan owens. >> reporter: but now the father of chief owens is calling for an investigation and revealing he refused to meet with president
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trump after his son's death. he told "the miami herald," quote, don't hide behind my son's death to prevent an investigation. the government owes my son an investigation. and president trump's first big address to congress the white house says to expect broad themes on his goals but not a lot of specifics on how he's going to get it done, george. white house officials say it will be a positive and optimistic message. >> and, of course, we'll cover it all tomorrow night. a special report along with our team at 9:00 eastern right here on abc. >> we will certainly be watching. right now our eyes on ginger zee. good morning. >> good morning to you. massachusetts had their first ever tornado in february reco saturday pennsylvania had a tornado and now we have a severe weather threat in parts of the south for tomorrow. we'll be posting much more on the damaging wind, a big threat, tornados, too. let's get to the select cities brought to you by kohl's. >> reporter: dry this morning on
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also right now president trump meeting with governors, health insurance executives at the white house after hosting the annual governors ball and the president saying repealing and replacing obamacare may be one of the topics he speaks to in his address. snow dumped in colorado and two rare twisters that touched down in massachusetts and pennsylvania. scary moments right there. something else everyone is talking about. this moment, "moonlight" winning best picture after "la la land" was mistakenly named and amy is getting a lot of reaction this morning. >> oh, yes, it is, michael. it is the flub seen around the world, warren beatty getting the wrong envelope, pricewaterhousecoopers putting 0 out a statement overnight saying they sincerely apologize and they are investigating how this could have happened. some people, though, comparing that moment to bonnie and clyde posting this picture, take a look, saying we rob oscars.
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>> ah. it wasn't their fault. it wasn't their fault. >> it really was not their fault. they handled it as well ras they could and a lot saying it reminds them of, of course, steve harvey's miss universe flub and we know he weighed in. miss universe also shared some advice saying, have your people call our people. we know what to do. >> that's the first thing you thought about. >> it shows people make mistakes. life goes on, try to treat it with humor. no one got hurt. >> no one goss hurt. a lot of excitement and politics took center stage as well. jimmy kimmel right off the start led the way. a lot of other stars took their digs at president trump. our chief national correspondent tom llamas has all the highlights from hollywood. good morning, tom. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. there was a moment there when maybe warren beatty drew more ire than president trump from that hollywood crowd but at first the president was clearly the elephant in the room. >> this broadcast is being
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watched live by millions of americans and around the world in more than 225 countries that now hate us. >> reporter: from the get-go, politics and hollywood colliding at the oscars. >> i want to say thank to you president trump. i mean, remember last year when it seemed like the oscars were racist. that's gone. thanks to him. >> reporter: president trump the target of several jokes from host jimmy kimmel. >> some of you will get to come up on this stage and give a speech that the president of the united states will tweet about in all caps during his 5:00 a.m. bowel movement tomorrow. politics front and center before the stage began on the red carpet. nominees ruth negga and lin-manuel miranda wearing blue ribbons in support of the aclu and ava duvernay showing solidarity to wear a gown by a designer from lebanon and president trump's policies a target for presenters. >> as a mexican, as a
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latin-american, as a migrant worker, as a human being, i'm against any form of wall that wants to separate us. >> reporter: and for winners. >> this is for -- i'm an immigrant. i come from italy. i work around the world and this is for all the immigrant, for the immigrants. >> reporter: including the iranian winner for best foreign film. >> "the salesman." >> reporter: boycotting the oscars to show support for the people of seven majority muslim countries affected by trump's travel ban. instead, having someone read a statement on his behalf. >> dividing the world into the us and our enemies categories creates fear. a deceitful justification for aggression and war. >> reporter: even commercials turned political for hyatt and it said it was to remind readers how costly it can be but the president attacking "new york times" tweeting early sunday
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failing "new york times" will take an ad, a bad one, to help save its failing reputation. try reporting accurately and fairly. the president has been tangling with critics all awards season. famously calling 20 time nominee meryl streep overrated after she spoke out against trump last month at the golden globes. jimmy kimmel having some fun with that moment. >> 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. but everybody please join me in giving meryl streep a totally n undeserved round of applause, will you. >> reporter: kimmel even tweeting at the president first asking, hey, real donald trump, you up. then meryl says hi both retweeting half a million times and counting the first becoming kimmel's most retweeted ever in 15 minutes. tweet hasn't tweeted back but
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his supporters have. katrina pierson tweeting donald trump is busy meeting with governors of the nation. you know, people that actually get things done, not just pretend to in costume. some even choosing to boycott watching at wards show, mike huckabee tweeting watch celebs spew ignorant political venom at oscars, nah, think i'd rather have a colonoscopy, both happen from the same location. others had harsh words. some credit jimmy kimmel for setting the tone and disarming the tension with some of those very funny joke, george. >> they were funny, okay, tom, thanks very much. let's talk about it with matthew dowd and, jimmy kimmel really did set the tone last night. some fairly sharp barbs but also a little restraint and even compassion at times. >> yeah, i thought actually it was more -- oh, i thought it was more funny than biting and thought there was a great moment when mark rylance gave that
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speech about the supporting actress when he said let's oppose without hatred. that sort of framed the night. it was opposition to donald trump but it wasn't bitter and hateful. >> and so far at least the president has shown some restraint this morning, as well. we haven't gotten a tweet yet. >> well, i actually think he's probably celebrates the gulf that exists between hollywood and middle america and his supporters so i think he's probably going to wake up or has woken up and not so -- it doesn't feel so bad about what happened. the other thing is i believe in this rule of threes, george and the rule is threes is when bizarre things happen or shocking things happen in three, we had election night, we had the super bowl and now we had what happened at the end of the oscars with "moonlight" and "la la land." >> you think we're done with that now? >> i think it's actually the "moonlight"/"la la land" to me was such a great moment in this because the producers of "la la land" were so gracious in what they did and then price waterhouse cooper unlike many leadership especially in
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washington embraced the moment and took accountability for it so i thought it was actually a good lesson when mistakes are made. >> and saw jimmy kimmel at the beginning make that plea really for everybody to reach out to someone who disagrees with you, just have a civil conversation. >> i thought jimmy kimmel's statement in that moment was perfect in this and i think all of us can do a much better job on either side of the aisle to figure out ways that bind us together and common nalls that exist and again we can oppose somebody but it doesn't have to be hateful and bitter. >> matthew dowd, thanks very much. >> i think a lot of what matt said was so on point. a lesson for all of us, not just politicians, when you make a mistake own up to it and move on. that's the best way to do it. coming up in two minutes hollywood coming out in force to celebrate bill paxton. the emotional tribute last night honoring the "titanic" and "twister" star who changed the game for so many. look at you, sy on your medicare part d prescriptions. at walgreens we make it easy for you to seize the day
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celebration of one of hollywood's most respected actors, bill paxton, the "titanic" and "apollo 13" star passing away suddenly over the weekend. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with more. good morning, mara. >> reporter: michael, good morning. that news shocking hollywood. paxton's family saying he died after surgery. he had an amazing career spanning three decades with more than 90 acting credits and now he's being remembered not just as a great actor but also as a great person. >> have you lost your nerve? >> tighten your seat belt. >> reporter: he was one of hollywood's most versatile actors. bill paxton starring in some of the biggest blockbusters of our time with big screen hits like "titanic." >> tell us, rose. >> it's been 84 years. >> it's okay, just try to remember anything, anything at all. >> reporter: "alien." >> can't be happening. >> reporter: and "apollo 13" go houston, we got a pretty large bang here.
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>> reporter: and on the small screen earning three golden globe nominations for his role as a polygamist mormon businessman in hbo's "big love." his family making the shocking announcement that at just 61 the actor passed away due to complications from surgery leaving behind two children and his wife of 30 years adding bill's passion for the arts was felt by all who knew him. >> people really responded to his roles just because it was like watching themselves up on screen and i think that's going to be a big loss that people miss. >> reporter: paxton on the minds of stars at the oscars sunday night. >> beloved actor and friend who left us just yesterday, bill paxton. >> our heart goes out to his family, you know. that broke my heart. >> reporter: the texas native's early career includes small but memorable roles playing a punk gang leader taking on arnold in
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1984's "terminator." >> i think this guy is a couple cans short of a six-pack. >> reporter: and obnoxious brother chet in "weird science" a year later. paxton would go on to become a widely respected actor and director. his life's dream as he shared during an interview with larry king on cnn in 2005. >> i've kind of modeled myself as a filmmaker/actor. that's always my dream to make films. >> now, paxton had just finished shooting a new tv show. no word on what the future will be of that without him. hig final big screen role with tonk hanks currently in post production. he was in everything and was so versatile and could play a bad guy, good guy. >> he was loved. absolutely loved. >> you hear about that from a lot of stars on twitter. real outpouring of love. >> thank you, mara. and coming up in two minutes
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>> lemonheads and mike and ike. >> reporter: the calm and charm from his own show and the mean tweets. >> oh, look at me, i'm ryan gosling. i have perfect bone structure and kind eyes. go [ bleep ] yourself, ryan gosling. >> lin-manuel miranda looks like he's getting a 1999 nbc sitcom with his haircut. >> reporter: but that wasn't happening all night. after the o.j. doc won. >> you get extra baloney on your sandwich tonight. >> reporter: and mel gibson wins most uncomfortable reaction to a zinger. >> there's only one braveheart in the room and he's not going to unite us either. >> reporter: but the "vanity fair" instant headline how gary from chicago stole the oscars from jimmy kimmel. gary, one of a bunch of tourists thought they were going to see a gown exhibit. instead -- >> octavia. this is ryan gosling.
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he's very handsome, don't look into his eyes. oh, that's nice, ryan. >> reporter: take it away. >> gary is your name. >> gary alan cole from chicago. >> you don't need to do that. >> i know. but i want to. i want to. >> let me give you a little tour. this is nicole kidman. >> hi, nicole. >> reporter: gary wanted a selfie with mahershala ali best supporting actor, hand it over. >> isn't that nice? >> came with his fiancee and held her purse. denzel married them. >> i now pronounce you husband and wife. kiss the bride. >> he's denzel so it's legal. >> reporter: and, of course, kimmel couldn't resist poking his arch-nemesis, matt damon. >> he has almost no discernible talent but he works. >> reporter: even put damon's best friend in on the act. >> it includes two stories -- my
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god. you got to be kidding me. wait, hold on. come on. what is with the musicy am i being played off seriously? i'm just presenting. you can't play me off. >> wrap it up. we want to go home. ♪ >> reporter: the jab continuing till the bitter end. >> and now this is my favorite part of the night is here. a chance to see matt damon lose an academy award. >> reporter: and just back briefly to gary from the tour bus, now, it was going well for him. walmart is offering them free wedding gifts, chicago sports teams are offering them tickets and amc theaters tweeted gary is their animal. i don't understand that but it is good for gary. >> thanks very much. coming up here ginger will have the story behind this ice floe in wisconsin. let's see it topping 30 feet. there it is right there. also our after party just getting started so you know we lost michael and robin.
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>> good morning, i'm matt o'donnell, 7:56 monday, february 27. slow improvement on the schuylkill expressway. let's go over to karen rogers. >> reporter: there are so many vehicles to tow away. we had 8 vehicle that crashed on the schuylkill expressway eastbound past gulph mills. one lane getting bias they tow away the vehicles -- getting by as they tow away the vehicles. debris all over the roadway, cars smashed into each other and for a while all lanes were blocked on the schuylkill expressway past gulph mills. even an hour later you're traveling 7 miles per hour from approaching 202 to the blue route. it's a mess on the schuylkill expressway and a gaper delay westbound, as well. an accident involving a school bus in delaware, five students on board when the school bus went down an embankment, near route 2 in christiana new castle
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county. no serious injuries. a serious accident in new jersey, kettle run road is shut down, there's a serious injury and police may be out there a while. >> taking a look outside, starting the workweek a little chilly, 34 degrees david murphy has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: sunshine working through high clouds, the clouds coming in from the west. take a look, matt we're at 37 degrees you're right it's a chilly start, down right cold in allentown and reading and trenton. millville, 39. this afternoon philadelphia sees a high of 57 ten degrees or so better than yesterday. not as windy, sun and clouds. spotty showers tomorrow, 65, 74 on wednesday, but a chance of late-day thunderstorm. >> bill cosby will be back in a montgomery county courtroom his attorney general arguing a new
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>> announcer: live from times square and hollywood, it's "gma's" oscar after party. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ break it down >> george. [ cheers and applause ] >> wearing this jacket. >> walk in beside you. >> we got a jacket for you, by the way. not going to is out on this. good morning, america. we're so happy we could have everybody here with us for the huge oscar after party. dj b-hen. and who had fun last night? everybody have a good time last night? and we showed you robin's
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stunning dress. you were beautiful last night. that's a behind-the-scenes shot. there you go right there. >> it takes a village, elaine, elena. it's like the super bowl for makeup and hair team family and i really do the oscars for them. >> they love it. >> they love it. >> the suit, you had velvet. everybody was rubbing up against you. >> i had so many people tweeted me because robin said is that velvet? >> hey, you and duane matched a little. >> the rock and i and said what are you wearing, velvet. he copied me. >> it happens all the time. we have so much fabulous fashion on the red carpet. >> yes, we do. >> how about janelle monae. that was dazzling. that gown and taking the stage, taraji p., janelle and octavia was a moment as well. >> that really was something.
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>> yeah. >> amy beautiful as well till in hollywood. hey, guys. i know you had a great time last night with anthony anderson. first ever post-oscars party and, boy, they had a lot of news coming up as well and backstage with the winners. >> that's all. but we're going to get right to everybody talking about this morning, that stunning oscars end, "la la land" mistakenly named best picture. >> "moonlight." >> let's go back to chris connelly in hollywood for all that. hey, chris. >> reporter: hi, how are you? right you are. well, it certainly wasn't the first hollywood production to get a surprise new ending. the 89th oscars will long be remembered for a finish that like a last-second basketball shot was overturned upon further review. no way. yes, way. >> "moonlight" has won best picture. >> reporter: "moonlight" taking best picture after a stunning snafu brought the show to a standstill. >> reporter: "la la land."
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>> reporter: warren beatty and faye dunaway handed the wrong envelope declaring "la la land" the winner. >> to hell with dreams. i'm done with it because this is true. >> reporter: host jimmy kimmel reacting to the gaffe on the abc post show. >> the card he showed to me which the way said emma stone, "la la land." >> reporter: mahershala ali talking to amy backstage. >> i didn't even know what to do. i think i needed to hear them say it multiple time. >> reporter: pricewaterhousecoopers saying they're investigating how the mix-up could happen. shed no tears with that musical. it won six academy awards including best director and best actress for emma stone. an impassioned speech making viola davis' best supporting actress win for "fences" a memorable one. >> we are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life. >> reporter: "manchester by the sea's" casey affleck earning best actor. >> i'm really proud to be a part of this community. >> reporter: first time oscar
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host jimmy kimmel delighting his office with movie candy parachuting from above and going on about that damon feud. >> am i being played off seriously. >> reporter: even trying to take responsibility for that end of the show awkwardness. >> i promise i'll never come back. good night. >> reporter: oh, it was incredible all right. price waterhousecooers take the blame falling on their collective briefcase but truly an unforgettable climax to a highly entertaining academy awards, guys. >> it was. i hope that jimmy does come back. i know he said he wouldn't come back. i cannot sit back because i keep sliding off these seat cushions. oh. >> how do the stars do it? the other top headlines. >> george, should we hole our breath waiting for you to dance and join robin or michael or is that not happening?
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all right. we begin with president trump meeting with the nation's governors today after hosting a white house ball last night. they'll discuss how to replace obamacare. meantime, for his first budget, "the new york times" reports he will call for a sharp increase or decrease in defense. the crash during a mardi gras parade in new orleans that injured 28 people. police say the driver had a blood alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit when his truck hit the crowd. the youngest victim is is a 1-year-old baby. a crash to show new houston. a car driving through the wall of a parking garage falling seven stories on to the roof of another building. the teenager behind that wheel somehow survived. and another jewish cemetery vandalized in time in philadelphia. hundreds of headstones damaged. a cemetery near st. louis was vandalized last week.
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♪ [ applause ] we welcome you back. another big headline from oscar night, of course, the incredible fashions from dreamy romantics to bold metallics, black and white looks, we saw it all. here to break it down in new york is host of "bevelations," bevy smith, ladies and gentlemen, bevy smith and our good friend from "good housekeeping" style director lori bergamotto. always good to have you here and joe zee. you guys are good but joe zee is in hollywood. hey, joe. in just a moment. bevy, let's get down to it, a lot of color on the carpet. didn't go with the bold colors but viola davis sure did and looked fantastic. >> viola davis was a red hot chili pepper, my love.
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regal in this red. i loved the dropped shoulders. i loved all that beautiful dark skin on that red. she looked fab. >> what did you think? >> she was squint lating but it was surprising that she was only one in a bold color like that because the trends that we saw last night was a lot of black, it was kirsten dunst and salma hayek and alicia vikander and robin roberts looking beautiful and emma stone and a full host of other, metallic a huge trend. >> charlize theron. >> she was not lame in that lame, darling, fabulous. that's how you wear a gold dress. that pleat and that beautiful plug, we're going to have that in our local stores in about two week there is oh, really? >> two weeks? >> about two weeks.
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you know, don't say names. >> didn't hear it from us. we're not one to talk. >> i couldn't even see her dress because i was so blinded by her earrings. it was just a face with earrings. she did look beautiful. >> what about of emma stone's look. >> loved emma stone's look. top three. emma stone looked like the oscar. she was like the statue itself and this is a dress that was a nod to "la la land," old hollywood glam. that givenchy with the fringe. i thought emma stone looked amazing and that's a classic, classic dress. >> as she came to win she dressed like what she wanted to be, a winner so kudos to her. >> took it home. >> are we ready to play? >> i'm ready, robin. >> okay, what are we calling it? >> we're going to call it snap judgment. but we need audience participation, so when we say jap judgment everybody is going to go snap, there we go. they're ready. >> you're going to play along with us, as well, joe, right? joe zee. >> yep, i'm here.
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>> here we go. >> what we're going to do, i'll get everybody's boards. oh, you wanted that one. that's your board. >> okay. >> i'm going to give us one in case we want to play along too. what we will show is a picture. when you see the picture write down one word that comes to your mind about the person we're seeing and audience will give us that reading and read us. then we'll -- they'll read us and display what we think of the look. and first up, one of my favorite looks of the night, janelle monae. >> oh. >> so here she is. what do you think? >> perfection is what i think. >> all right. >> yep. who is go to going first. >> what do you got, lori. >> love. >> i loved it. i thought she looked amazing. >> i did too. that's why i said the most.
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she was doing the most in the best way. >> joe zee, what is your snap judgment. >> i said marie antoinette. >> i wrote down the word jewel. she looks like she's out of a jewel box. >> wonderful. there is no word. speechless. absolutely speechless seeing that. that's pretty good. you see that a time or two. who do behave next. >> next up we have naomi harris. naomi harris in her white trapless gown. >> she walked by on the carpet, y'all, it just flowed behind her. >> what? >> beautiful, beautiful but not right for the creme de la creme of award show, darling. it was too basic. there was not enough going on. i didn't like the high/low moment. i thought the white made it very
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dressed up moment. >> but in person i got to say seeing it on the carpet, maybe it didn't translate well. >> it's calvin klein so it's supposed to be very clean but didn't love it. >> i was conflicted because i loved the dress but i agree with bref ve bevy. i didn't know it was right for the oscars arena. >> joe zee, what do you think? >> i called it the hello/good-bye dress. when she's walking toward you you're like hello and when she's walking away you're like, oh, wow. >> i'll have michael bring it home. my word basic. i said anytime. >> i loved it. beautiful to me. >> she is beautiful. >> we have to have you back. >> oh, thank you, my love. >> thank you. always a pleasure to have you,
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we wanted to know how you watched the oscars so we got this photo. let's get a check of your local weather. >> reporter: that was a good look. storm tracker 6 live double scan ginger, shows us that we are without precipitation as we take a look outside, sunshine mixing with high clouds rolling in from the west. it's chilly out there with temperatures in the 30s if most neighborhoods. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast shows a high of 57 later today that's better than yesterday by 10 or 11 degrees. tomorrow, spotty showers high of 65 all the way to 74 on wednesday, strong thunderstorms possible late. that every
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single morning. back out to l.a. and lara has a special edition of "pop news." >> i do, george. good morning to you all. we are celebrating the moments that pop by handing out awards of our own, the popscars and without further ado ours is most supportive friends, nominees, matt damon who after being harassed by jimmy kimmel throughout the broadcast knows who his true friends are, damon and best friend ben affleck celebrating the success of "manchester by the sea" and ben's little brother casey's win and then, of course, there was my favorite moment, busy philipps and michelle williams. i did not know that these two are bffs. they hit the red carpet together and always go to award shows together and even showed me their secret stash, who knew that they keep almonds in their purrs to keep hunger at bay which came in handy last night. long show but our winner, last year's best actress brie larson
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sharing this adorable picture of her real life dear friend emma stone won and writing you know what's better than winning? watching your friends win. >> ah. >> well said, brie larson. i know. class act. and speaking of class acts, you guys we are giving a very special popscar for the most well earned oscar win. you may remember we spoke with a gentleman by the name of kevin o'connell on friday. the sound mixer holding the record for the most nominations, no wins, even more nominations than meryl streep, 20 nod, no wins. now, 21 is the lucky charm and the man of the hour is here. kevin o'connell. holding his oscar, everybody. there you go. congratulations. >> thank you very much. i really appreciate it. >> you had to be holding your breath at that moment waiting to hear your name. >> we actually thought we weren't going to win. i was in complete shock when we won. i had to ask people, did we
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really win? and people are saying, yes, get up there. >> your speech was so thoughtful. you spoke about your mom. >> thank you very much. actually had a really well thought out prepared speech but the second i got up there i just called an audible and went with what was in my heart. >> you know what, you can never go wrong by speaking from the heart. this is a guy who has done "terms of endearment," "top gun," obviously "hacksaw ridge" and what is next. >> next up right now i'm working on a great film called "wheel man" directed by geoffrey rush and on to "spider-man." >> "gma's" oscars after party brought to you by aquafina sparkling. let our interesting bubble over with aquafina sparkling. simply more interesting.
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>> hello, everyone, 8:27, february 27, i'm matt o'donnell. karen rogers how is the schuylkill expressway doing? >> reporter: guess, what, matt? all lanes are open on the schuylkill expressway eastbound. we had 6 to 8 vehicles involved in the accident, a few left on the scene, but off on the shoulder. on the big picture we see the slow speeds 9 miles per hour on the schuylkill expressway eastbound with the traffic approaching gulph mills. otherwise we're back to the normal delays, a big accident causing problems in delaware. the action cam was on the scene involving a school bus. you can see the school bus there were five students on the bus, as well as the driver in pike creek christiana township they were dealing with the school bus accident. the injuries were minor they were taken to the hospital to be
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checked out. a scary scene on upper pike creek road an accident with a school bus near route 2. >> david murphy outside with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. david. >> reporter: we have sun up over the horizon, matt, temperatures are on the chilly side. 37 degrees in philadelphia. 20s in the allentown. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, improvement, sun and clouds, high of 57 that's ten degrees better than yesterday, not as windy. tomorrow, 655 spotty shower, very -- 65 spotty shower, very warm wednesday, days in the 70s like last week. in the afternoon, thunderstorms possible. >> a large reward is being offered to help captured the vandals who damaged hundreds of tombstones at a jewish cemetary in philadelphia. we have more information posted at
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y1we5y yi0y ♪ welcome back to "gma." live from times square and hollywood. it's our oscar after party. ♪ ♪ it's another day of sun it's another day of sun ♪ ♪ it's another day of sun ♪ it's another day of sun ♪
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♪ ♪ it's another day of sun [ applause ] >> that was fantastic. thank you all. thank you. thank you. thank you. what a dance number, appreciate it greatly and that was "la la land" choreography mandy moore who put that together. yeah. can you see why "la la land" won six oscars last night. were you tempted? were you tempted. >> no, i definitely suggested i could be a part of that. i'll leave this to the pros?
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we think you're a pro. >> you are a pro. >> you know, hey, lara and amy, they're joining us there in hollywood. holding down the fort for us there. thank you so much, ladies. >> there you go. there they are. >> so much fun, yes. >> you know. >> okay, you know what, they haven't been to bed. >> no sleep. we did show everybody all the action on the red carpet. we did a great job of that but as you can imagine there's a lot that in behind the scenes so we'll pull back the curtain and give you a look at what it really takes to when we take "gma" on the road to the oscars so take a look. >> hey. >> our oscar party weekend had tgma dancing from the get-go. >> oh, oh, yeah. >> put me together every morning on "gma." >> saturday we hit the red carpet to rehearse for our big
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oscar preshow. they called me and said, michael, we need you at rehearsal. i show up on time for once then i realize michael strahan is already here. >> hey, good morning, america. >> thank you. >> it's a pleasure being here. good job. >> hi, lara. >> i'm lara. >> what am i wearing, you ask? a sweatshirt. >> if only i could wear this on sunday, i'd be very happy. >> strahan, ladies. >> sara and sara. >> my awesome team. each of us has a team to get you through every day at "gma" and every step of oscar weekend. no task too small for our producers. >> hi, facebook live. >> facebook live. >> lara, robin and i tweeted and facebook lived from rehearsal. >> hey, what's up, everybody.
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social media is just a click away on our phones. >> that's jimmy kimmel's studio. he didn't have to go far to be the host of the oscars. i mean, that's shameless, right across the street. everybody loves to take their picture. take my picture. >> i'll put this up because you're not sure about the rain. but it makes it like being in a green house. >> you get cards with questions on them and you read them and then you hope you know them when people come up in then the big day. >> doing my homework. >> not buttoned the right way. >> that's all i can say. >> finishing touches. dress is christian siriano. my jewels are david rodden >> that's a gift from david yurman. >> gift. >> and manolo blahnik and the bag, jimmy choo. >> viola davis talked about this still standing. numbs the feet.
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time for cinderella to head to the ball. we're on the move. >> we're underneath the dolby theatre on the way to the red carpet. >> on the carpet the fun begins. robin, lara and i get in place, last-minute selfies, hugs and hellos and, of course, lots of fun. >> good time had by all. and i want to say thank you, thank you to our team that really -- we're in front of the camera and get credit but everyone works so hard behind the scenes to make it happen every day, not just for the oscars but every day around there. >> does that feet number work. >> it did for a couple of hours. >> and then what happened. >> and then i was hobbling around but, no, it's really wonderful echoing what michael said. it takes a village and we're the ones that are front of the camera and so many people who put together special programs like there at the oscars and i know amy and lara, they feel the same way. their team is still there with
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them out there in hollywood. >> meanwhile, george and i are well rested. >> we appreciate it. >> you did a great job. >> we appreciate everybody who traveled with us. don't go anywhere, our oscars after party. >> i'll hold you up. ♪ >> are you ready, do you believe? >> rachael: we believe! "no fails monday", kicks off with three baking fails and fixes you need right now! plus, no fail gnocchi next rachael! ♪
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i wish you could see this in honor of oscars we wanted to show you this interesting moment, the women from hidden figures so cool bringing one of the real life scientists that the film was based on, 98-year-old katherine johnson receiving a stand ovation. another toast to katherine and everybody, a more interesting toast, shall we, to the oscars. let's get a check of local weather rmt. >> reporter: all right, ginger we're dry on storm tracker 6 live temperatures in the 20s and 30s, high of 57 later. 65 tomorrow, 74 wednesday with thunderstorms. dancing. i put a mike on you.
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we'll dance later. for now we go to george? right now we want to go back and take another look at that crazy, crazy moment at the end of the night. let's take a look. >> this is not a joke. "moonlight" has won best picture. moon nite, best picture. >> the man you see right there is jordan horowitz, producer for "la la land" joining us on the phone right now, jordan, thank you very much for getting up early. maybe you didn't go to sleep. you're hearing the applause right there. >> thanks, thank you. i appreciate it. >> i have to start out by commending you what a study in grace under pressure last night. that must have been such a stupefying moment for you. >> thank you, yeah, it was -- it was a surreal moment for sure. but, you know, i wanted to make sure that the right thing was done because, you know, at that point it was not about me, it was about making sure that "moonlight" got the recognition that it really deserves, those
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guys are my friends and i wanted to make sure they had their moment. >> when did you realize what was happening? >> there was a lot of confusion on stage and at a certain point, it was clear that the wrong envelope had gun given and it's been a -- showed us the best picture envelope and it said "moonlight" and that's when i sort of jumped to the mike and made sure everyone knew what was going on and showed the card. people needed clarity at that moment. >> i think you said something on everybody's mind. people thought this has to be a joke. >> yeah, no, i mean it -- it -- there was a lot of confusion and chaos and it didn't look like there was any order whatsoever so just kind of jumped in and showed them the card because when everybody saw the writing i think it was really clear this was something that was happening. >> it was clear as you look back on it all, it was clear that warren beatty was looking for help, as well. he knew something was wrong.
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>> yeah, i mean, listen, he was like this slow, steady realization that something wasn't right. and it needed to be corrected so jumped in and did it. >> did you get a chance to speak afterwards. talked about your friends on "moonlight." did you get a chance to talk to barry jenkins. >> no, i saw -- i went over to the governors ball and saw barry and mahershala, i saw jeremy and a bunch of those people and spending a lot of time together. "la la land" premiered in venice and telluride and with "moonlight" for the past five, six months we've really been on the road together doing this whole journey and they've become really close friends of mine. and, you know, we kind of shared a moment, shared hugs and congratulated each other on our work and, you know, but put it all behind us and sort of moved forward and do more work together. >> "la la land," tremendous picture and won a lot of awards even if you didn't get the best
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picture and the way you handled last night sent a lesson to everyone watching. congratulations on that. have a great day today, jordan? thanks, george. you too. take care. >> a lot of people will say things about hollywood. it is a loving, supportive community of one another and we saw that last night. >> we sure did. >> and some of the brightest stars on the oscar red carpets were the young kids include the breakout star auli'i cravalho would voiced the lead in "moana" and got to perform on the stage and we are delighted to welcome her live this morning from hollywood. thank you. oh, my gosh. >> good morning. >> good morning. you absolutely were spectacular last night and i noticed what you posted, a picture of yourself with the word "speechless." so, what was that moment like
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for you to be on that oscar stage in front of all those people, millions around the world. >> it was absolutely spectacular. i mean, i have no words to fully describe it which is why speechless was exactly the right caption for me. i just felt so much love and support and i will remember this for the rest of my life. >> really remember it, as well. there was also a memorable moment, kind of a flag kind of got in the way there, a little hiccup. tell us what happened there and how you kept going. >> yes, that is -- i'm glad someone noticed it, yeah, i did get a little bump on the head. it was kind of like a hey, you're at the oscars. it was a good reminder. things happen and you just got to kind of roll with it. >> you are a pro. because you never would have known it happened because you just kept on going. you didn't miss a beat. what was it like to work with the rock and lin-manuel miranda? >> oh, it was absolutely
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incredible. lin-manuel miranda is a genius through and through and dwayne johnson is someone i have been inspired by since i was just a young girl so i mean i'm still young but i will still continue to look up to the both of them. it was wonderful being able to perform with them last night. >> and thank you for correcting me. dwayne. don't call him the rock. i'm learning from babes. so, congratulations, there were so many who auditioned for the role and you got it and you are most deserving and you're just getting started. you know we're going to see more of you again. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. i appreciate it. >> bless your heart for getting up. that is tough to get up like that. >> and she was awesome. really was. very nice gir. everybody, stay right there. coming up breakout singer starley is here and is going to perform live. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] back now with breakout singer and songwriter starley. her debut single "call on me" racked up an incredible 270 million streams. she's launching her north american tour march 31st, but first making her u.s. tv debut. right here on "gma" and this is starley with "call on me." [ applause ] ♪ ♪ yes
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wednesday morning get this the new cast of "dancing with the stars" will be revealed live on "gma." who will it be? >> you don't want to miss it. >> trust us. you'll be blown away. the new cast revealed live. wednesday morning only on -- >> good morning, america. >> oh. [ cheers and applause ] >> a great oscar after party. starley was fantastic. we're up now. we're up now and let's wave good-bye to lara and amy. you got to come back. you got to leave hollywood. we'll see you tomorrow. >> and also a big thank you for dressing the dancers we had run the runway. >> we saw a little sneak peek how we did our opening number. we got some bloopers too? >> no. >> take a look. >> is that robin? >> [ bleep ]. >> we're not going to fly.
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we're going to dance. we're going to dance because i just broke the glasses. >> well, you know, i'm glad they finally stuck to the wall. >> yes. >> can you see the full behind-the-scenes clip on our website. check it out. >> you can go there right away. tune in on wednesday morning, "dancing with the stars" cast revealed right here on "gma." have a great monday, everyone. [ cheers and applause ] >> hello everyone, 8:56 monday, february 27. i think we've been able to flush out the schuylkill expressway. let's go to karen rogers for the
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answer. >> reporter: it took a while, but the accident has cleared involving 6 to 8 vehicles smashed up past gulf gulph mills and the hour long delay has cleared. the action cam is in the scene involving a school bus that went down an embankment five students on the bus, driver were checked out, upper pike creek road near christiana, new castle county. evesham burlington county a serious accident that has shut down kettle run road near brad dick run road. a vehicle with injuries. >> let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: matt, high clouds, temperatures improving. 34 degrees in philadelphia. we have an improved high of 57 that's ten degrees milder than yesterday not as windy. tomorrow spotty showers, otherwise 655 nice high, back to 74 on
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wednesday, the trade off in the afternoon and evening there could be a line of heavy rain and perhaps strong gusty thunderstorms take cover from storms on wednesday afternoon and evening. windy and cool on thursday, high of 55. >> bill cosby is back in court in norristown today, his latest legal battle coming up on "action news" at noon. chopper 6 hd showing headstones laying on the ground at a vandalized jewish cemetary in philadelphia. we're following the efforts to find who did this. "live with kelly" is next, ryan sea crest is a guest co-host. they are live at the dolby theater. i'm matt o'donnell. have a great monday and great week!
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♪ ♪ >> as soon as my finish my friday and pickle sandwich, i am leaving new york city and headed to hollywood, california. i will be doing "live with kelly" from the stage of last night's academy awards. it's kelly ripa, she thinks she can jump into oscar nominated movies and transport herself. hey, i'm walking here. >> i'm walking here! ♪ >> adrian! i am "live with kelly" ." ♪


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