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good morning, america. hope you're well this friday morning. great to be here with michael and cecilia. >> we're excited on this friday morning because we are going to paris. yep. there we are. we're there already. you're looking live at the eiffel tower, the landmark re-opening today and we're going up to the top on "gma." >> one of my very favorite cities in the world. but first, unfortunately, the latest on the pandemic. increasing signs the country is heading in the wrong direction. 45 states reporting a 10% increase in cases from coast to
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coast. that yankee game in new york, the first mlb game postponed since april. >> and in california, los angeles county has reimposed an indoor mask mandate even for those vaccinated amid a sharp uprise in cases. matt gutman is on the scene. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. health officials say there are still about 100 million unvaccinated americans who are still potentially vulnerable to the virus. that as we're seeing hot spots pop up across the country. here in l.a. county, the positivity rate has spiked 1,200% just over the past month prompting that indoor mask mandate which means anybody coming to a restaurant, mall or theater will have to wear a mask even if they are vaccinated. this morning that concerning milestone. los angeles county mandating masks indoors effective immediately, even for people who are vaccinated. that as the county reporting its highest infection numbers since early march. it's not just there. the highly contagious delta variant tearing across the country. arkansas, missouri, florida and nevada now labeled as high transmission states and
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breakthrough cases are growing. overnight the yankees forced to postpone their game against the red sox after three yankees pitchers tested positive, all of them fully vaccinated. >> certainly disappointing and frustrating. >> reporter: i fruit and his wife also testing positive after taking a trip to las vegas, despite being fully vaccinated. sean says their kids then got sick. they're too young to be vaccinated. >> i'm pretty confident if i hadn't had the boost from the vaccination, i might not be standing here talking to you right now. >> reporter: as the school year approaches, concern mounting of possible outbreaks among unvaccinated children. nationwide only a quarter of kids 12 to 15 are fully immunized and arizona's chandler unified district school back in session wednesday and the state has made it illegal to mandate masks. >> i think we'll have some students opting to wear masks and some not opting to wear masks and i think everybody will be very accepting of those personal choices. >> reporter: educator katie nash has two school-aged children,
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one of them is immunocompromised. >> we need to have a mask mandate back again. i am very nervous. my children will be wearing masks when they return. >> reporter: her daughters want their classmates to wear masks. >> i don't want to get sick. >> me neither. >> reporter: of course, people are still getting sick even if they are vaccinated. the silver lining, if there is one, the vast majority of those so-called breakthrough infections, the symptoms have been relatively mild but still business owners across the country are concerned of additional lockdowns just as they're getting back on their feet, george. >> that's right, matt. cdc is set to meet on booster shots? >> reporter: there is a federal advisory panel going to meet next week to decide whether to give booster shots to the most vulnerable to those immunocompromised even if they don't recommend it for the general population.
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george? >> matt gutman, thanks. michael? covid is already impacting the olympics. a player for the u.s. basketball team will not make the trip to tokyo and has been placed under covid protocols. james longman is live in tokyo where the opening ceremony is a week away. good morning, james. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, michael. we are just a week away, and more and more athletes are getting caught up in covid restrictions. this as we learn one u.s. athlete has had his olympic dreams ruined. this morning, a week to go until the games and already covid is crushing olympic dreams for american athletes. washington wizard bradley beal will not be going to tokyo to compete for the u.s. in basketball and he has been placed under health and safety protocols as the team practices in las vegas. u.s. have canceled its exhibition match against australia. jerami grant also put under protocol. the coach says the team does still plan to compete in the
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games. >> covid is deadly so the first thing we think about is not who can i get for our team. it's how are they their symptoms. >> reporter: this is the centerpiece of the tokyo games, a $1.5 billion stadium. take a look at all the security around it. this is about as close as they'll get to their own olympic games. case numbers going up. tokyo recording over a thousand cases a day for the past three days, the highest levels in six months. tokyo 2020 publishing this positive case list, more and more teams from around the world impacted. and as things stand, all events are due to take place as planned but if there are more athletes who test positive or contact trace i think organizers will have to maybe think again and respond further. michael? >> scary thought there, james. the olympic officials will keep close tabs on athletes for covid purposes, right? >> reporter: well, that's right. michael, we're all tracked pretty heavily here. everybody here, athletes,
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journalists have to have apps to track us at all times. i have one here. you have to have this which tracks your health and every day i'm required to put in all my health details, symptoms, temperature. if i don't i get a push notification to force me and if still i don't, tokyo 2020 comes to knock at my door. i have a bluetooth app on all the time. if it's not on and they can't track me, my location somewhere in tokyo, then, again, they track me down. if i go to a place i'm not meant to go we get told off. all the athletes have to go through this. a lot of stress. as an athlete having to compete under those conditions, i think will be difficult for them. michael? >> adds another level of stress like you said. james, thank you so much. cecelia? we're going to turn to that extreme weather emergency in the west. new evacuations overnight as wildfires rage and the fourth heat wave in five weeks hits. kayna whitworth is there in salt lake city with the very latest on this. good morning, kayna. >> reporter: hey, cecilia, good morning. so in addition to that heat, nearly two-thirds of the west, 60% is in extreme or exceptional drought, the highest number
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since the government started keeping track. here in utah the great salt lake is so low they had pulling their boats out of the water. overnight nearly 70 wildfires burning in the west, the behemoth bootleg fire charring 227,000 acres, larger than the area of new york city and just 5% contained. sending this cloud high into the sky. the red apple fire breaking out in washington threatening homes on this hillside. along with the fire danger water levels in reservoirs are dipping well below normal. in utah the great salt lake approaching historic lows. >> normally in a normal water year there is no beach. this is all water. >> reporter: the drought and excessive heat putting pressure on american agriculture communities. >> we're already low water now and i don't know if i'll make it to september, october. >> reporter: in montana ranchers and farmers fending off grasshoppers. the hot dry conditions are optimal for the insects
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who eat six times their body weight each day. the usda predicts nearly 35 million acres could be impacted by grasshoppers. so that means the devastation of this drought could be seen for years to come. for example, officials hearsay these boats may not go back in the water for two more years. >> wow, just so disturbing. kayna, thank you so much. george? overseas a flooding disaster in europe. rivers burst their banks and dozens killed. hundreds more missing. marcus moore is in germany with the latest. good morning, marcus. >> reporter: well, george, good morning. here in this town they're in the process of trying to clean out. they're pumping out massive amounts of water there. that filled the homes and businesses there. furniture covered in mud. there are cars that are also drying out but you can see the water line.
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they had chest high water in this town in the midst of this storm as around the area here search and rescue efforts continue. torrential rain and rushing waters swallowing whole towns cutting villages off from rescuers leading to a disaster in europe this morning. >> the rain kept coming, kept coming and throughout the night it kept coming down and woke up to what you see here. >> reporter: at least 1,300 missing, at least 100 killed. >> count yourself lucky if you get out of here alive. you can compare it to hurricane katrina. everybody here has lost everything. >> reporter: devastating flooding across western germany, the netherlands and belgium. cars and homes swept away after days of rain led to rivers overflowing. you can see it rushing by. look at the floodwater. they have closed this road because they're concerned the bridge could collapse. thousands stranded by the floodwaters. helicopters deployed to rescue the stranded. in belgium, men smashing through a wall to rescue this elderly woman. in gerescus ngn toire trsints.
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wi t rcue you can see them here continuing hnao p out that water here. them when th the imas of the high water and the communities that have been cut off as the search and rescue continues. >> they've been hit so hard. we'll follow this all morning long. michael? now to the latest on nfl superstar richard sherman. a judge releasing him from jail without bail. now new video released overnight showing the super bowl winner trying to break into his in-laws' house. whit johnson has the details. good morning, whit. >> reporter: michael, good morning. richard sherman is one of the biggest names in football. a decade in the nfl between the seahawks and 49ers. at one point authorities say sherman's father-in-law sprayed
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sherman with bear mace and then grabbed a firearm to protect himself. new security footage obtained by abc affiliate komo-tv appears to show richard sherman violently trying to break into his in-laws' home in redmond, washington. the super bowl winner facing several charges this morning over the alleged domestic violence incident. >> richard, please stop. >> reporter: 911 calls apparently made by sherman's wife depict a chaotic scene in the early morning hours wednesday. >> he is trying to leave. in the house he's being aggressive. he's wrestling with my uncle. he's threatening to kill himself. >> reporter: his wife saying sherman was intoxicated. >> my husband is drunk and belligerent. if the police show up, please don't shoot is what i'm asking. >> reporter: at one point he crashed his car into a construction barrier. he then abandoned his vehicle, walked to his in-laws' house and allegedly tried to force his way inside. when police arrived at the scene, officials say sherman was uncooperative. >> mr. sherman physically resisted officers' efforts to
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take him into custody and a k-9 was deployed to assist in gaining control of mr. sherman. >> reporter: the five-time pro iswler who played for san last tec ws, e ague there is a violation of the personal conduct policy, the player would be facing discipline. >> richard sherman is one of the more decorated players in the nfl. he's somebody that commands respect, has had respect. somebody who hasn't had any issues off the field that we know about which is why it came as such a surprise, all that unfolded in the wee hours of wednesday morning. >> reporter: richard sherman's wife ashley said in a statement that she loves and supports her husband and that she's committed to getting him the support and care that he needs. she also told "the seattle times" that their kids were not harmed during the incident. guys? >> whit, thank you so much.
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we'll switch gears and turn now to the return to the movie theaters. "black widow" taking the box office by storm. set a record for fastest film to rake in more than 100 million bucks during this pandemic and the one and only t.j. holmes is going to break it all >> the fastest movie to $100 million. it was so fast that it was faster than a movie called "fast and the furious." it took "f9" eight days to hit $100 million in the u.s. "black widow" did it in six days and now "black widow" is the fourth movie to cross $100 million during the pandemic. a lot of people pointing to this thinking these are welcome signs that movie theaters are back. people are willing to go to the movies. so you had "godzilla versus kong" and "a quiet place" and "f9" broke those records and now "black widow." maybe the momentum is there. four movies now have crossed the $100 million mark. in 2019 before the pandemic you know how many did it? 29.
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>> whoa. >> we're not there yet, but these are welcome signs and something else we've been talking about for awhile. the streaming, right? "black widow" was released in streaming at the same time it was released in theaters but it's a huge success. so they're still trying to figure out what exactly works and what the appetite is. >> success on both fronts. >> disney announced it made 60 million domestically in streaming. people stayed at home and watched it. they went to the theater and watch watched it. they re're trying to figure it . >> i still haven't been to the theater yet. have you? >> i've seen "quiet place." >> george and i are going to a movie soon. if you don't want to go -- if you want to go to a movie do not go saturday at 9:00 eastern. why, cecilia? >> why, t.j.? >> that's when game five -- >> that's right. i knew that. i saw it coming. you set me up. >> -- is taking place. go see a movie, but not at that time. we are following a lot of
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other headlines including the billionaire space race. jeff bezos' blue origin just days away from takeoff. a surprise final passenger. we'll give you details. the new anthony bourdain documentary, the director is now under fire, revealing he used a.i. technology to create the late chef's voice. the fallout this morning. also this morning, we are heading to one of the most beautiful places in the entire world. that's it right there, paris. the eiffel tower is reopening this morning, and we are there live. but first, the only thing that can top paris, rob marciano here in the studio. >> bonjour, everybody. bonsoir if you're in france. we're talking heat in the west. the last five weeks we've seen four heat waves and we have another coming in right now. this is in the northern rockies. some numbers are startling when talking about montana, billings, 101, maybe 104 on monday and that's record territory. same for boise, salt lake city, these aren't records but you've seen 15 days of 100 plus degree temperatures. the record for the entire summer is 21 so we're marching in on that. flooding in the midwest. saw five to six inches of rain from kansas all the way through
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wisconsin and northern illinois seeing quite a bit of flooding. you see that dog and that man struggling. some of the roads washed out and there's more rain coming. the setup, everything moves so slow in the summertime, so stuck in this monsoon flow hitting this front. so more watches for wichita, up toward the ohio river valley and east, more humidity. time for your weekend forecast now sponsored by state farm. good morning.
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welcome to friday. a warming trend begins this weekend and check this out. sunday, monday, some dry thunderstorms possible. 59 at half moon bay. mid-60s to mid-70s around the bay. we'll fall back into the 50s tonight. our warmest temperatures will be monday and tuesday. i mentioned the humidity in the east. heat advisories up from philadelphia to new york city. close to 100 degrees today so try to stay cool. no letup in the humidity so i want to thank you for allowing me in the air conditioned studios. nice to see you in person. >> we don't need a humidity index. we have my hair, rob. >> it looks great. >> on that note, stay there. we'll be right back. need long-lasting freshness? try new febreze unstopables touch fabric spray. it doesn't just eliminate odors... simply shake and spray to unlock the breakthrough power
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45 states reporting a 10% increase and in california, los angeles county is now mandating masks indoors even for people vaccinated. we are covering the deadly flooding disaster in europe. overnight torrential rain swallowed entire town. dozens killed. more than a thousand unaccounted for. rescue efforts under way following that all morning long. and breaking this morning the faa ordered safety checks for all boeing 737 aircraft ordering inspections of cabin air pressure switches. if they fail, oxygen levels could tall to dangerously low levels without warning. an airline operator said the switches on three 737 planes failed the test. this morning something cute for you. animal kingdom welcomed two baby animals this week, just a day apart. a nile hippo pavel on monday and western lowland gorilla. both are healthy as well as the moms who are both bonding with theirbabies.
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we've been talking about this. a lot more coming up including our trip to paris. we're going to the eiffel tower. re-open something happening this morning after its longest closure since world war ii and we are live, very excited about that. >> that is coming up. now to the latest twist in the billionaire space race. an 18-year-old will join jeff bezos when he takes off in a few days. transportation correspondent gio benitez has the details. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning. a lot of firsts for this flight. the first unpiloted civilian launch. the oldest person to go to space and now the youngest too, all on the same flight. this morning, the anonymous auction winner who paid $28 million to join jeff bezos on his launch to space tuesday. >> that is sold, $28 million. >> reporter: putting his trip off citing scheduling conflicts. now blue origin says this is the passenger taking their spot, 18-year-old oliver daemen. he'll join bezos, his brother
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mark and 82-year-old wally funk training in the 1950s to become an astronaut, but never going. >> we'll fly you up in space on the very first flight. >> reporter: daemen sharing his excitement this this video posted to twitter. >> i am super excited to go to space and join them inflight. i've been dreaming about it all my life. >> reporter: the dutch student pilot who just graduated high school is the first paying customer for blue origin. we don't know exactly how much he paid. but we know he was part of that same auction that led to the $28 million purchase. >> thank you so much for the people of blue origin for making this happen and making new shepherds. >> reporter: the four will launch to space with no pilot on board. there are a few ground rules for passengers. all must be 18, fit enough to climb seven flights of stairs in 90 seconds. weigh between 110 and 223 and be at least five feet tall but no taller than 6'4".
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the 11-minute flight will give them three minutes of weightlessness at the edge of space, 62 miles from the earth's surface. each has less than 15 seconds to fasten and unfasten their seat harness. experiencing more than 5gs in force as the ship falls back to earth. this launch just days after richard branson became the first to fly aboard his own spaceship beating bezos in the so-called billionaire space race. >> all you kids down there, i was once a child with a dream. >> reporter: meanwhile, bezos and the crew will soon head to a remote desert site in van horn, texas. we'll be heading there too and cover it all from there on tuesday morning. guys? >> we know you'll be on the scene, gio. let's get more on this from our aviation expert stephen ganyard. let's start out with the differences between the branson spaceflight and this bezos
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upcoming spaceflight. >> yeah, george, what bezos is doing, it's a rocket ship. what richard branson had was really a glider with a small rocket on it. so one uses an airplane to go up to the edge of space, one is a rocket that will come back down on a parachute. two very different ways. about the same amount of weightlessness, three to four minutes and a lot of money. >> yeah, a lot of money, steve. steve, what is the next step in space travel? >> michael, there are competing visions. really musk and bezos driving this revolution in space. musk wants to go to mars. he wants to colonize other planets to colonize the solar system and he said he wants to die on mars, just not on impact. bezos has a very different vision. he wants to leave the earth to save it. he wants to decrease our reliance on earth's resources, do things polluting outside the atmosphere. bezos wants to leave the earth to save it. musk wants to colonize the solar system. >> do you foresee a day when space travel will be widely
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available to folks who aren't billionaires? >> i think so, cecilia. what we're seeing now are larger rockets that are reusable. so the cost of launch is coming down. back in the space shuttle days it cost about $25,000 to put one pound into orbit. now elon musk has driven that cost down to about $700. so cheaper into orbit means that the possibility for us mere mortals to be able to visit space could be sooner rather than later. >> all right, steve ganyard, thank you so much. >> could be getting closer. you can watch the liftoff live on tuesday morning right here on abc. >> we will be watching. now to the new anthony bourdain documentary. the director under fire after revealing he used a.i. technology to re-create the late celebrity chef's voice to say some things he may not have voiced out loud. t.j. holmes has the story. good morning again, t.j. >> hey there, stra.
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let's be clear what we're talking about. these are things that anthony bourdain wrote. these are things -- these were his words but he wrote them. no audio evidence he said them out loud. so the director wants to use those but doesn't have audio. what did he do? he decides to fake it and that has now brought up kind of a recent debate and criticism about using technology to bring back celebrities who have died. >> you're probably going to find out about it anyway. so here's a little preemptive truth telling. there's no happy ending. >> reporter: three years after his death anthony bourdain helps tell his own story in his own words in the new documentary "roadrunner." >> i said earlier i would tell you the truth. this is part of it. >> reporter: parts of the film are narrated in bourdain's voice created by stitching together audio recordings from throughout his career as a writer and host of the tv shows "no reservations" and "parts unknown." >> one i was standing next to a deep fryer and next watching the
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sunset. >> reporter: the director morgan neville revealed it's not all bourdain's voice. instead he used artificial intelligence software to replicate his voice on a few quotes attributed to bourdain that bourdain may have never spoken out loud like this one. it's a quote bourdain wrote in an email to a friend before his death by suicide. >> you are successful and i am successful and i'm wondering, are you happy? >> reporter: that is actually not bourdain according to envelope, but voiced by artificial intelligence. he tells "the new yorker" if you watch the film you probably don't know what the other lines are that were spoken by the a.i. and you're not going to know adding we can have a documentary ethics panel about it later. >> don't tell me what things look like. tell me what they are. >> reporter: technology has been used before to re-create the likeness of a celebrity who has passed. famously carrie fisher appeared post hue mousily in "the rise of
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skywalker" which was previously unreleased footage. critics point out that was for an actor playing a role, not a real person the subject of a documentary. >> it's sensitive because anthony bourdain obviously had a tragic death. this and similar uses will continue to be a gray area for quite some time. >> reporter: neville says he got permission from bourdain's widow saying it was a modern storytelling technique i used in a few places where i thought it was important to make tony's words come alive. you all think about what they can do now, the deaging they can do with the technology for actors now. they brought back audrey hepburn and bruce lee for commercials to sell products and think about peter cushing in "rogue one" from "star wars," they used his voice after he passed. this will continue to be a debate. the director said, look, i wasn't putting words in his mouth. they are his words. >> he did write them. >> he did write them. so it's fascinating and a fascinating life and fascinating
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maggie, good morning. bonjour. we are not jealous or anything, i promise. >> reporter: oh, bonjour, cecilia. don't worry. come visit me. you know i had to be one of the first people back up here to see this view again. can you blame me? normally about 7 million people visit the eiffel tower every year but she was closed for the past nine months. today the eiffel tower is back open. she is beautiful and ready. elevators have been running for weeks. they've been doing checkups for the past month, officials say they are ready to welcome you back. this morning, people are lining up to be the very first back up on the eiffel tower. >> as americans it is kind of >> for him it would be amazing because -- >> i've never seen it before and it's my first time in france. >> reporter: shut down for nine months during france's second wave, the longest closure since world war ii. finally the symbol of paris is once again open for business.
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>> the eiffel tower re-opening, it's like life is back again. >> reporter: sophie, a tour guide here in paris said during lockdown she went from giving three tours a day to three in the last year and a half. >> it was like a crush. a total crush. i just lost my activity from one day to another. >> reporter: but with the eiffel tower back open she's hoping the tourists follow. nothing screams i'm in paris more than turning a corner and then, book boom, there's the eiffel tower and she's looking better than ever. for the first time in her 130-year history it's going through its largest renovation ever including a brand-new paint job that officials say will be done soon. many americans are already booking their flights. authorities say they're now ready to open up and still keep people safe filling elevators at only 50% capacity and making masks mandatory and limiting it to 10,000 people a day, half their prepandemic numbers.
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for the first time since before the pandemic, every floor of the 1 1,063-foot tall tower is open to the public. now, day or night. this is why people love the eiffel tower. the eiffel tower is shining once again. oh, those fireworks give me chills every time. that makes you want to visit. next week you're going to need a mandatory health pass to visit places like the eiffel tower which means you need proof of vaccination or recently tested negative. officials say they're trying to make it easy working with local pharmacies to make sure people can get that pass so it's worth it. they're going to open up safely. hopefully you can visit. >> you succeeded in making us want to visit paris. maggie, job well down. stay right there, everybody. coming up, our friday "play of the day."
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. sliding backwards, this morning the major american city mandating masks indoors once vaccinated as the delta variant spreads, and the school year approaches, the new worries for kids. overnight, deadly flooding disaster in europe. torrential rain and rushing waters swallowing whole towns, residents trapped. the frantic race to find survivors. dozens killed and more than a thousand unaccounted for. what we know right now. erika jayne opens up. tom girardi's health as he faces accusations of embezzling from some of his clients.
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what to know about j&j's sunscreen recall. and is it time tonebowe joins u this morning, we are live from paris as the city of lights comes back to life from the food to the beautiful palace of versailles, what americans can expect this summer. ♪ everybody needs a hero ♪ this morning, we're taking you into the weekend with billie joe armstrong, pete wentz and rivers cuomo for our summer concert series after bands get set to hit the road together and they're saying -- >> good morning, america. >> hey, we're fall out boy. good morning, america. >> it's cool to see those three bands together. good morning, america. to america. it's friday. give me a break. it is great. i'm happy to be here with george and cecilia and so happy you'll kick your weekend off with us.
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>> get ready for a summer cookout. chef leah cohen is live with us in times square with new twists on campfire classics. s'mores. w 45 states now reporting a 10% increase in cases in california. los angeles county is reimposing an indoor mask mandate even for those vaccinated. we're on the scene with matt gutman. >> reporter: we've seen hot spots pop up and l.a. county, this place has seen a 1,200% spike in the positivity rate just over the past month. it's prompting that mask mandate indoors that means anybody coming into a restaurant, mall, theater will have to wear a mask even if they're vaccinated. this morning that concerning milestone, los angeles county mandating masks indoors effective immediately. even for people who are
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vaccinated as the county reported their highest infection numbers since early march. it's not just there. the highly contagious delta variant tearing across the country. arkansas, missouri, florida and nevada now labeled as high transmission states and breakthrough cases are growing. overnight the yankees forced to postpone their game against the red sox after three yankees pitchers tested positive, all of them fully vaccinated. as the school year approaches, concern mounting of possible outbreaks among unvaccinated children. nationwide only a quarter of kids 12 to 15 are fully immunized. educator katie nash has two school-aged children. one of them is immunocompromised. >> we need to have a mask mandate back again. my children will be wearing masks as they return. >> reporter: her daughters want their classmates to wear masks. >> i don't want to get sick. >> me neither. >> reporter: of course, for kids one of the major concerns is the outbreaks we have been seeing in
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summer camps, but there's also concern in places like l.a. county of future lockdowns just as businesses are getting back on their feet. >> because that rise is so sharp, thanks very much. michael. we will go overseas to the flooding disaster in europe. torrential rains and rushing waters swallowing whole towns, dozens killed and hundreds more missing. let's go back to marcus moore in germany with the latest. >> reporter: well, michael, good morning. we are just outside the command post that's been set up where they have been dispatching the fire and rescue teams to areas where there is high water. we are just outside one of the communities underwater. there are so many right now that are cut off by the floodwater, also no electricity and failing cell signals. torrential rain and rushing water swallowing wholetowns, cutting whole villages off from rescuers leading to a disaster in europe. >> the rain kept coming and throughout the night it kept
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coming down and we woke up to what you see here. >> reporter: at least 1,300 missing, at least 100 killed. >> count yourself lucky if you get out of here alive. >> reporter: devastating flooding across western germany, the netherlands ad belgium. cars and homes swept away after days of rain led to rivers overflowing. you can see the water rushing by then look at the floodwater off in the distance behind me, they have closed that road because they're concerned the bridge could collapse. thousands stranded by the floodwaters. helicopters deployed to rescue the stranded. in belgium, men smashing through a wall to rescue this elderly woman. in germany, rescuers standing on top of fire trucks to get to trapped residents. 900 german soldiers now deployed to help with the rescue efforts. the search and rescue effort continues here in germany. we've seen helicopters circling the area as many people had to be rescued from the rooftops of homes and businesses and, michael, from what we have seen
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already, it's going to be a very long and difficult road to recovery here, michael. >> devastating images there, thank you so much. star opening up about her husband's embezzling accusations, and her message to the other women on the show. the recall of five popular aerosol sunscreens. why they've been taken off the market and are spray-ons as safe as creams. and we're going back to paris and the eiffel tower with the reopening of the city lights. stay with us. little things, can become your big moment. that's why there's otezla. otezla is not an injection or a cream...'s a pill that treats differently. for psoriasis, 75% clearer skin is achievable... ...with reduced redness, thickness, and scaliness of plaques. for psoriatic arthritis, ...otezla is proven.... to reduce joint swelling, tenderness, and pain.
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this morning here in new york city. hope you're doing well this friday morning. and tricks to clean your grill.- >> i have a grill at home to clean. i will look forward to that. lara has "pop news." hey, lara. hey, good morning to all of you. we're going to begin with harry styles making our morning. the former one directioner says he will be coming to a town near you this fall for his scheduled -- rescheduled love on tour with live concerts supposed to kick off in 2020 but delayed due to the pandemic. they are back starting september and styles is promising even more shows writing on instagram, i'll be sharing more news soon about shows across the globe and new music. the tour kicks off september 4th at mgm grand in las vegas. it will also include some halloween-themed shows here in new york city, and wrap up in los angeles in november. tickets are on sale right now. good to hear harry is back. also this morning,
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lin-manuel miranda serving up a proud new york moment. of back to the u.s. open as the official voice of the tournament. take a look. >> everyone loves a comeback. a cinderella story. >> oh.p>> a triumphant return a year, you can be part of the greatest return ever. because this return is powered by you. new york is back and so are fans at the u.s. open. be part of the greatest return. >> yes, indeed. last year for the first time in its 140-year history the u.s. open tennis tournament was closed to spectators, nope, not this year, two-week tournament starting august 30th will be held at 100% capacity. tickets on sale now.
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and then finally, guys, alexa is going hollywood. it started with samuel l. jackson lending his voice to amazon's virtual assistant. well, now users can also choose from shaquille o'neal or how about melissa mccarthy who will wake you up each day with a smile. >> hey, remember when you said to set that alarm for you, um, this is the alarm going off. so you've been alarmed. >> your other new option, shaq will let viewers know what he can do for them in pure shaq style. ♪ ask me for the weather got the forecast on lock if you need a timer ♪ ♪ i'll set the shot clock ♪ ♪ work out music, sport, scores and play, i got stories for days ♪ ♪ i can switch on the lights like they're so enchanted recipe for shaq and cheese, wish granted ♪ >> shaq says it took him about ice inxa andthe studio to said it was like reading the dictionary. he calls it the most difficult thing he's ever done.
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if you are interested in the results, having a celeb be your alexa will call you $4.99 per voice. back to you guys in the studio. happy friday, everybody. >> all right. who is up next? >> i'll pay $4.99 for your voice on my alexa. >> you get it every day in the studio. what are you talking about? we'll go to our "gma" cover story, erika jayne, the "real housewives" star providing details about her husband tom girardi talking about his embezzlement scandal. zohreen shah has more. good morning, zohreen. >> reporter: good morning, michael. erika jayne recorded and performed a song a few years back me."ed "it's expensive to be - her life to get a lot more expensive after a new decision from a judge and massive lawsuit. >> i don't want his actions to absolutely kill what i created and hope that this is not where this ends for me.
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>> reporter: "housewives" star erika jayne opening up about her woes and split from powerhouse attorney of 21 years tom girardi. >> he hasn't given me one dime since i walked out the door. >> reporter: in the latest "housewives of beverly hills" episode, jayne admitting she's worried over his health. >> one of the reasons i filed for divorce, the resistance to anything, you can't see well. you can't hear. you're [ bleep ] degrading in front of me and you're ignoring it. >> reporter: just recently, 82-year-old girardi deemed unfit by a california court now officially under conservatorship overseen by his brother robert because of a major neurocognitive disorder after being diagnosed with alzheimer's in march. several lawsuits accused him of embezzling a fortune from his clients' financial settlements that he and jayne flaunted on the show.
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>> we didn't do this. >> i know. >> you're already a legend. your second legacy as one of the best lawyers ever, the love of money now. >> reporter: one of his former clients turned victim featured in abc news hulu original documentary "the housewife & the hustler." >> i wonder if some of that money is mine. >> reporter: a judge ruling he and two other clients can go after assets held by jayne who now faces an $11 million lawsuit. those clients claiming in court filings that the duo's sudden split at the end of 2020 was a sham to protect their money. >> the answer is no. >> how do you hide assets in a divorce, though? >> i wouldn't [ bleep ] know. >> reporter: the bravo star has not been criminally charged saying she was always left in the dark. >> two years ago when i was named in a lawsuit in arizona, it's, like, i didn't do anything. and when i pressed further i
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don't want to talk bit. i pleaded, i begged. i cried. i tried. i pushed as hard as i could until i couldn't push anymore. >> right. >> reporter: okay, so no comment from erika, tom or his brother robert. but when everything aed on the show would she do anything differently? she would check other bank accounts and urged other women on the show to do the same. cecilia? >> okay, thank you so much. we'll switch gears now and go to this recall of five popular aerosol sunscreens. johnson & johnson voluntarily taking several aveeno products off the market after a cancer-causing substance was found in some samples. board certified dermatologist dr. whitney bowe igo break all of this down for us, good morning to you. we have so many questions on this one. i want to dive right in. a big one a lot of folks want to know why would a known carcinogen be in a sunscreen in the first place? >> this is a contamination issue, not a sunscreen issue. you're not going to find the word benzene on the sunscreen label because it's not supposed
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to be there, right? so somewhere during the supply chain process, somewhere during the manufacturing process, some of these products got contaminated. now we know that high levels of benzene have been linked with certain types of cancer, however, the amounts detected in these particular products appears to be relatively low and we actually breathe in low levels of benzene every day, especially if you live in a city, right? because it's in the air from things like car exhaust and cigarette smock. >> and we know all of the recalled sunscreens were aerosol in those cans so a lot of folks might be wondering if creams are safer to buy. >> so you're correct. five of the products, there were five that were recalled were all aerosol sprays so four are neutrogena, one was aveeno, quite honestly we don't know why the sprays were more likely to be contaminated than the creams or lotions but in general when i'm counseling my patients, i often tell people try to use the creams, the gels, the lotions as opposed to the sprays because it's very difficult to get an even application of the spray and there are some theoretical concerns when it comes to inhalation as well.
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>> you talked to us about this so many times. sunscreens are essential. what are you telling patients who might come to you if they're concerned hearing this news? >> you know, the benefits still outweigh the risks. ultraviolet rays are a known carcinogen. melanoma can be deadly. so i still recommend using sunscre sunscreen, and or relying on sun protective fabrics. keep using your sunscreen, just avoid these particular products for now. >> all right, dr. bowe, thank you so much. george. time to head back to paris and now we're taking a look at what americans can expect as the city of light re-opens and maggie rulli is there live. hey, maggie. >> reporter: hey, george. i had to do a lot of sampling of those restaurants to make sure everything was okay, but i'm happy to report that paris is shining brighter than ever. look at these views. the views are gorgeous. the city that we watch in movies is just as wonderful. he baguettes, yes, they taste
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such as delicious, paris is waiting for tourists. ♪ this year, bastille day in paris came back with a bang. that sound means paris is back. ♪ france's border is now open to anyone from america fully vaccinated or had a recent negative pcr test, and the city is ready to welcome you back. look at that. that's amazing. ♪ the palace of versailles. >> it's like beautiful. >> reporter: used the lockdown to finish much needed renovations and it just re-opened. >> versailles is now like th pala oa sleeving b a t ofths closed to the public now we make it beautiful and it's perfect. >> reporter: of course, paris wouldn't be paris without french food. >> bonjour. >> bonjour. >> reporter: david liebowitz who
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now lives in france shows us that the parisian food scene we see in the movies has not been destroyed by the pandemic. >> yeah. >> reporter: in paris, food and friends go together like, well, wine and cheese. >> france is really a lot about personal connections. >> reporter: at his friend's bistro the smell and taste of dreams. he says lockdown crushed more than just his restaurant. >> you can feel it, all the love we put in our plates. when you do takeaway, it is absolutely not the same vibration that when you see the chef cooking for you. >> reporter: but now the kitchen is humming and, yes, cafes are back. and there's a table waiting. and, guys, today is just a big deal for the economy, it's a big deal for love. you know, officials tell us normally there are multiple proposals every single month in the eiffel tower, dozens more down below. so we have a lot of engagements
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to make up on, and i'm just telling you if we look around, there are hundreds of people already up here with me today. who knows what's going to happen? i'm saying today is a victory for romance here in paris. >> and you seem so excited about it. maggie, thanks. let's go to rob. following the fires in the west, a new time lapse, a fire burning in central washington. the red apple fire under evacuations, 11,000 acres burned. 10% containment. the biggest one burning is in southern oregon over 200,000 acres burned with only 7% containment. it is a remote area but a massive fire, humidity will remain low, and gusty winds will continue and the heat wave is buildin good morning. welcome to friday. a warming trend begins this weekend and check this out. sunday, monday, some dry
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thunderstorms possible. 59 at half moon bay. mid-60s to mid-70s around the bay. we'll fall back into the 50s tonight. our warmest temperatures will be monday and tuesday. we're going to tell you about the new site setting a new tone for inclues -- inclusivity in the beauty industry. thirteen lune highlighting brands created by people of color and juju chang caught up with their founder. i was looking at the website, such a cool idea. >> it is, so much fun. thirteen lune is all about skin care, hair care and self-care. but at its core the mission is to promote beauty entrepreneurs of color making products for people of all colors. now that is true inclusion and these founders were facing an uphill climb even before the pandemic. now they're hoping to change all that. nykaio greiko knows beauty. >> we focus on body care, hair care and skin care and makeup. >> reporter: she launched a skin care line inspired by her kenyan
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family traditions. >> i felt that the continent of africa as a first generation american was very underrepresented in premium beauty. >> you were inspired by your grandmother's coffee scrub. >> she was a coffee farmer and would take me on the farm, we would pick coffee beans, crush them, add oils so we would use that to exfoliate. >> reporter: it took 20 years of hard work and fortitude for nykaio beauty to land on the shelves. >> that's when i really experienced a true dream. >> reporter: but it wasn't easy getting there. one report found black female entrepreneurs got less than 1% of venture capital investments in 2018. >> i didn't really recognize the barriers, i assumed it's supposed to be this hard. >> reporter: inspired by the racial awakening during the pandemic, greiko launched thirteen lune focusing on beauty inclusivity.
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>> we have brands from africa, from southeast asia, from china, from the dominican republic, but they, you know, are products that have to work on people of all colors, hair textures, skin types and really tell a founder's story. >> reporter: founder lulu who inspired bomba curls. >> comes from a community underrepresented and we're able to shine a light on our community and show the world that curls are bomba. >> we really want to help build generational wealth, and lessen that financial gap because beauty is universal for everybody. >> reporter: beauty is indeed universal, and they're launching in major retailers like bloomingdale's and macy and lulu cannot keep up with demand and got emotional telling me i am my ancestor's wildest dreams come true and it's all about leaning into her heritage.
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>> good for her. you gave me a shopping list. i'm ready to buy some stuff. thank you so much. you got more coming up on "nightline." we're going upstairs. s'mores is what's next for us. >> we're going to eat.
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building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. good morning, everyone. i am kumasi aaron from abc 7 mornings. it is mostly pretty nice, actually! pretty much across the map, you can see we have those green sensors which is good news and a crash i was following in san jose has wrapped up. bringing you a live picture from the bay bridge, i want to let you know that metering
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hey bay area, "live with kelly and ryan" is coming up. we will check in with michael key and an amazing kids week and summer cooking. >> that is at 9:00 on abc 7. let's take a look at what is going on with your commute. the san mateo bridge, out on the ferry, a little bit less blustery. we do have a slight chance sunday and monday of a rogue, high based thunderstorm and that means lightning as possible. right now, no official fire weather watch. we will have another abc 7
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news update in about 30 minutes but you can always find the ♪ lately, i've been, i've been thinking ♪ we hope your frida off to a great s srt and right now we'll reveal our latest "gma" buzz pick. it's "yoga pant nation," the latest installment in the class mom series. here's laura. >> hey, good morning, america. i'm laurie gelman. thanks for making "yoga pant nation" your buzz pick. this is the third book in the class mom series and this time around my heroine jen dixon finds herself sandwiched between her children and aging parents and the unwanted job of spearheading the school's annual fund-raiser but she faces it all with her trademark snark and sense of humor. fun fact i wrote this whole book during quarantine last year and i wore yoga pants the entire
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time. i hope you enjoy it. >> her books are terrific. it is out now and read an excerpt by using your phone to scan the qr code. as always, make sure to keep up with us on our instagram instagram, @gmabookclub. michael and cecilia? hey, george, we are upstairs in times square and what we call our backyard for "gma's" campfire cookout as we head into the weekend we're helping you plan a summer meal outdoors. >> it smells so good inside. leah cohen, the chef and owner of pig and cow, she's here with us to take us along. it smells so good in here. good morning to you. >> thank you. >> we're so happy to see you. we're going to start with hot dogs. you can't have a cookout without a hot dog. yours has a twist. >> this has a twist. we're doing a chili hot dog so it's nice and spicy because i like spicy food so we'll start here with -- it's ginger,
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peppercorn which gives it a tingly sensation, spicy bean sauce we're going to add and depending on how spicy you like it. you can add chicken stock and then some corn starch, like, a corn starch slurry. that's going to get really nice and thick, and then you bring that to a boil. once that thickens up, we're going to add our tofu. i blend this up to give a nice creamy texture then we'll add that in and we have more flavor. we have some chili oil, again, make it a little spicy, sesame oil and then a little bit of sugar just to balance everything out. >> a little sweet, a little spicy. >> you just need that little bit of sugar when you're cooking savory food. like a hint. >> it smells so good in here. okay, then you've got something special to finish it all off. >> i love scoring a hot dog.
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i don't know if that's something that you are into, but i feel like it gives a really great texture and gets the skin nice and crispy so we score the hot dog then grill it and then we're going to put some of the chili on top. i recommend toasting the bun because of the chili you want the toasted bun to, like, withstand it. hold it. >> when you score it, the sauce sinks in there. delicious. >> then we have crispy shallots and scallions for freshness and crunch. >> we'll scoot down here. >> you seem like you know what you're talking about. >> she does. >> it's time for a treat. we love campfires, of course, but this is something you can make in the air fryer. >> i'm kind of an air fryer queen. i love my air fryer at home, so i try to throw athg in an- t t a, veryealt mile theyou ki owhatever your h desires, chocolate sauce, granola.
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>> all of the above. >> strawberries then you put it in the air fryer for about you'll like coat it and close it in foil just because you really want to concentrate the flavor of the banana and get it like really nice and cooked. >> so you put all of these toppings in -- >> into the air fryer. >> the chocolate sauce in there. then we have some like granola. you can really play around with whatever you like. and then when it comes out you can like make it a la mode and add ice cream. >> that's healthy. >> she's speaking our language. >> it's not that healthy but there's fruit. >> you can't have a campfire without s'mores. >> yes. >> we were going to fight over these. >> okay. i made them for the first time on the fourth of july. he went nuts for them. if you want to put a little twist on it you can do candied bacon for that sweet and salty combination. >> have you had bacon on -- >> no.
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>> do you put -- when do you put the bacon in? >> i would say you toast your marshmallow. i like it nice and toasty. almost burnt then put it in and then squeeze it out and put the bacon on top. >> since you touched that one, that one is yours. >> didn't touch at all. >> now that the world is opening up again how are your restaurants doing when it comes to serving? >> i have two restaurants, one is open. we opened last summer, pig and cow which you've been to and you have to come. i would have to love you. our second restaurant which opened two months before the pandemic has not re-opened yet but we plan on opening right before labor day. it's hard for small businesses and, you know, it's challenging. i partnered with chef ming tsai and work with the relief fund and helping small businesses through donations and every little bit helps and we all have
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to support each other. it's a challenging time. >> hang in there. >> i've been down. i'll be back to support. let me know when the other ones open. i'll be there to support. we're going to eat going into the break. hopefully you don't mind. when we come back our "gma" summer concert series, billie joe armstrong and rivers cuomo are here live. ♪ got to walk alone ♪
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♪ i like what i see ♪ back now with the story of a group of women who discovered they all had something in common, the same boyfriend. they told him to hit the road and doing just that together. meet abi, bekah and morgan, three women who never knew each other but then seven months ago they learned that the guy they were dating was the guy the other was dating and not just them, six-timing them, dating six different women all at the same time. >> i met him in 2018 while he was dating morgan. and we started talking and dating in the summer of 2020. >> so they sent me a text and they were like, hey, we need to know about your relationship with this guy. they were basically like, yeah, we're both dating him too and
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that was like such a weird moment. like he had just left my house, so i opened the front door, he's standing there holding a bouquet and asked me how my day was and yeah, i made new friends today and he sees them on my phone and his face just priceless. >> reporter: but instead of getting mad at each other they dumped the dude and joined forces moving on literally. they renovated a 30-year-old school bus and started traveling around the country. >> we started in boise, idaho. we traveled east. we went through the grand tetons which was so much fun and then we went to jackson through yellowstone. we were just in bozeman, montana, and now we're back near yellowstone. >> reporter: these soul sisters making a bond stronger than any man can break. >> i took opportunities and really kept going no matter how hard it is. >> reporter: their advice for other women going through
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heartbreak -- >> watch for red flags. >> surround yourself with people that lift you up and don't tear you down. i think there was a lot of tearing down and it sucks. >> reporter: wow, well, we reached out to the guy. surprisingly, no comment. rob. >> i have no comment either as a matter of fact. good morning. we are looking at the waves. how about that for cooling off today on the jersey shore. it's going to be a hot one. folks heading there. water temperatures in the mid-70s. that's nice and general swell for the surfers, heat advisories up philadelphia to boston. slightly cooler on sunday. good morning. we made it to friday. we've got warmer weather on today. temperatures will jump 3 to 5 degrees. 70s and 80s time now for our summer
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concert series, this morning, we've got billie joe armstrong from green day and rivers cuomo from weezer, good morning, fellas. great to see you both joining us this morning. and we know that fall out boy's pete wentz wasn't able to join us because of a flight delay. good to have you both here and got to say both of your bands, along with fall out boy, you're getting ready to kick off your hella mega tour a week from tomorrow. what are you looking forward to most about being back on stage in front of a live audience? >> i'm just looking forward to playing again. we've been planning this tour for two years now and then we got derailed into lockdown and just be nice to do it, i love doing it. i love playing live and it's the biggest tour of the summer and with three really fun bands so should be great. >> yeah, we can't wait to see you on stage.
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billie joe, green day released "polyanna." is there new music to come? >> not in the immediate future, but i mean you never know. we always get wild and do something. we're looking forward to the tour. >> rivers, two new albums this year and a lot of hints about this new series called "seasons." what can you tell us about it? >> well, yeah, i guess i've had a lot of time on my hands, so i wrote four albums that we'll put out next year. it's called "seasons" and each album comes out on the first day of the season and spring is kind of like happy, chill then we move through to dance rock of like a stroke style album for the fall and then sad acoustic for winter. >> fun. >> yeah. >> we cannot wait to hear that. you know what, now we're going to get a preview of what the fans will be hearing on tour
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with the performance of their song "hero" from their new album "van weezer." here's weezer. ♪ ♪ when i was a kid, i thought i'd save the world ♪ ♪ running round and chasing all the criminals ♪ ♪ swinging on a web flying in the sky ♪ ♪ shooting lasers from my eyes but now i know it never was my destiny ♪ ♪ it's not my place in life, not who i'm meant to be ♪the gli don't want the fame and i don't wanna wear this cape ♪ ♪ 'cause on the inside, on the inside, i know it won't last ♪
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♪ on the inside, on the inside, i'm an outcast ♪ ♪ well, everybody needs a hero but i'm not everybody else ♪ ♪ i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, oh, yeah ♪ ♪ you know, i tried to be a hero but i was lying to myself ♪ ♪ i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, oh, yeah ♪ ♪ they build you up and then they're gonna tear you down ♪ ♪ they love you, then they hate you if you wear a crown ♪ ♪ it's not that i don't love to solve a mystery, but life is hard enough with one identity ♪ ♪ if silence is the voice of a new generation, then i could live up to all of your expectations ♪ ♪ i'd hammer down hard like i'm iron fist then disappear like i don't exist ♪
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♪ 'cause on the inside, on the inside, i know it won't last ♪ ♪ on the inside, on the inside i'm an outcast ♪ ♪ well, everybody needs a hero, but i'm not everybody else ♪ ♪ i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, oh, yeah ♪ ♪ you know, i tried to be a hero but i was lying to myself ♪ ♪ i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, yeah, i walk alone, oh, yeah ♪ ♪
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♪ call one eight hundred, eight million ♪ we are back now with our summer concert series before they head out on the road, fall out boy has a performance from their album "american beauty, american psycho." here they are with that song "uma thurman ♪ ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle work a miracle ♪ ♪ i'll keep you like an oath may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman bury me till i confess ♪
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♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head ♪ ♪ the stench, the stench of summer and ck eternity, oh, hell, yes ♪ ♪ divide me down to the smallest i can be put your, put your venom in me ♪ ♪ i can move mountains, i can work a miracle, work a miracle ♪ ♪ i'll keep you like an oath may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman bury me till i confess ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head ♪ ♪ the blood, the blood, the
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blood of the lamb is worth two lions but here i am ♪ ♪ and i slept in last night's clothes and tomorrow's dreams but they're not quite what they seem ♪ ♪ i can move mountains, i can work a miracle, work a miracle ♪ ♪ i'll keep you like an oath may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ ♪ you'll find your way and may death find you alive ♪ ♪ take me down the line in gem city we turned the tide ♪ ♪ you'll find your way and may death find you alive ♪ ♪ take me down the line in gem city we turned the tide ♪
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thurman bury me till i confess ♪ ♪ she wants to dance like uma thurman and i can't get you out of my head ♪ movuntains i can work a miracle, work a miracle ♪ ♪ i'll keep you like an oath may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪ i can move mountains i can work a miracle, work a miracle ♪ ♪ i'll keep you like an oath may nothing but death do us part ♪ ♪
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a big thank to you green day, weezer and fall out boy. >> that was a lot of fun.
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building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. good morning, everyone. i am kumasi aaron. thank you, good morning, everyone. we are bringing you live picture from the san mateo bridge but as you can tell, it is really not that bad. everything is moving at the limit. look how empty the toll plaza is. i am happy to report a smooth commute for this friday. if you are looking for some warmer weather, i have it. we are not quite back average. 76 at san jose, 81 in santa rosa. with the warmer weather this weekend, the air quality will remain healthy. there is an ever so slight
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chance of a thunderstorm on monday. now it is time for "live now it is time for "live with kelly and ryan" and we deja vu: it's live with kelly and ryan! today, star of the new series, schmigadoon! keegan-michael key, plus, our hometown chef summer cooking series is serving up a very special grilled cheese. also, we'll meet a super smart three-year-old from california as we conclude our amazing kids week. all next on live. ["promises" by calvin harris & sam smith] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! ♪ but i'll give you everything ♪ ♪ tonight, tonight ♪ good morning, deja. -hello! -hey, deja. hi, kelly ripa. hey, ryan. good morning. it's friday, july 16th. how are you? well... [chuckling] this is it. summer. see how fast it's going. stop with the pessimism! -i am just saying it's going fast. -stop! it's going faster than i would like because, you know,


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