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at 7:00. reggie: please. we good morning, america.¿ for our viewers in the west, breaking news this friday, the u.s. and russia meeting now. will diplomacy avert an invasion? brink of war? secretary of state blinken meets with the russian foreign minister trying to prevent a e comments about a min secretary blinken joins ive this morning just moments after that high-stakes meeting and we're live on the front lines in ukraine where the stakes could not be higher. state of emergency. millions on alert as an ice storm sweeps through the south bringing freezing rain, sleet and snow. this morning, the winter storm warnings from texas to virginia and temperatures dropping fast from the midwest to the northeast. ginger tracking it all. the omicron wave hitting workers hard. at hospitals and schools, police
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officers and national guard stepping in to fill the void. closing in. ivanka trump, the first member of the trump family asked to testify before the committee investigating the capitol insurrection. what was she doing as the chaos unfolded and what it means for the investigation. homecoming scandal heads to court. the mom accused of rigging the homecoming queen vote for her daughter facing a judge. what she's saying this morning as the case gets set to go to trial. bear attack caught on camera. how a man fought off a bear. we hear from him this morning. crashing for clicks? the youtuber accused by critics on social media of crashing his plane on purpose now under federal investigation. ♪ go easy on me, baby ♪ adele's apology. overnight, a tearful adele postponing her las vegas residency. >> i'm really, really sorry. i'm really sorry. >> just over 24 hours before she
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was set to take the stage. >> we've been absolutely destroyed. >> what's behind the delay? ♪ hip-hop halftime hype. snoop dogg, eminem, kendrick lamar, mary j. blige and dr. dre gearing up to take the super bowl stage. this morning, we hear from the man behind that already legendary trailer. ♪ oh, it's cold and lonely in the deep dark night ♪ ♪ i can see paradise by the dashboard lights ♪ and remembering a rock god. meat loaf passed away overnight. this morning, we celebrate his sensational performances from stadiums to the silver screen. the stars reacting as fans listen once again to one of the most popular albums of all time. ♪ by the dashboard light ♪ ♪ you gotta do what you can ♪ >> oh, good morning, america.
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thanks for being with us on this friday. what a voice. what a way to wake up. the tributes are pouring in. >> he was a great performer. you all may have noticed robin has been out for a few days. unfortunately she tested positive for covid, but her symptoms have been mild and told us all she's doing well. >> which is great news. we can't wait to have her back on the show. she's planning on joining us from home on monday. so, robin, rest up. >> rest up. we'll greet her monday morning. right now breaking news, the high-stakes mission to head off a russian invasion of ukraine. secretary of state antony bli blinken at the meeting, that just broke up as russian troops massed near the border. mary bruce starts us off. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning, george. this is a critical moment with those tens of thousands of russian troops on the ukraine border and president biden saying a russian invasion is looking likely. the u.s. secretary of state and russian foreign minister are sitting down today to try to avert this crisis. both men saying this morning
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they are hoping they can make progress, but they are both already downplaying expectations. on the brink of a possible russian invasion of ukraine, the u.s. secretary of state sitting down this morning for a high-stakes face-to-face with his russian counterpart. >> we don't expect to resolve our differences here today, but i do hope and expect that we can test whether the path, diplomacy, dialogue remains open. we're committed to walking that path and to resolving our differences peacefully and i hope we can test that proposition today. >> reporter: emerging from their 90-minute meeting, secretary of state blinken looking for progress, but also warning russia. >> we're also committed if that proves impossible and russia decides to pursue aggression against ukraine to a united, swift and severe response. >> reporter: saying they would like to keep talking. >> more discussions would be the
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preferable way forward, but it'e >> reporter: it comes as the white house is playing cleanup after the president's comments on russia sparked international concern and criticism. biden now making it clear if >> russia will be held accountable if it invades, and it depends on what it does. it's one thing if it's a minor incursion and we have to fight about what to do. >> reporter: the comment triggered alarm among european allies and inside ukraine too. ukrainian president zelensky tweeting, there are in minor incursions in small nations. just as there are no minor casualties in leave grief from the loss of loved ones. biden now trying to reassure america's allies. >> any, any assembled russian units moving across the ukrainian border, that is an invasion, but it will be met with a severe and coordinated economic response that i have
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discussed with our details and laid out very clearly for president putin. >> reporter: so it's clear there is still no commitment from moscow to de-escalate. russia, of course, is looking for nato to promise never to admit ukraine as a member. the alliance has rejected that, but blinken is leaving open the door to future diplomatic talks including the possibility of another conversation between russian president putin and president biden. george? >> that is the hope. okay, mary. thanks very much. let's go to ukraine now. senior foreign correspondent ian pannell is on the scene. good morning, ian. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, george. this is, in fact, the front line between ukrainian troops and russian-backed rebels in the east of the country. since we were here last december the tension between russia and america over ukraine has only escalated dramatically. with both sides saying they didn't expect to break through today's talks, the pressure is as great as ever. there are now even more heavily armed russian troops massing east of here at the border and if vladimir putin orders his army to invade as president biden said he thinks he might, well, this is where his tanks
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are most likely to roll into first. the kremlin repeatedly, of course, saying it doesn't intend to invade or attack but now there's draft legislation being discussed in the russian parliament to recognize these rebel-held areas as independent of ukraine. that's something that could lead to annexation, that's something that happened, of course, with crimea eight years ago. the general in command has been talking to us here. he's contradicting biden saying, i don't know what a small invasion could be. he wants to see even more military support from america arguing it could deter putin and he's warning that if russia isn't stopped here in ukraine, then no country is safe. george. >> ian pannell, thanks very much. coming up in our next hour, i'll have an exclusive interview with secretary of state antony blinken. he will join us live following the meeting and press conference with the russian foreign minister. michael. now to that winter emergency. the carolinas bracing for a dangerous ice storm. eth motois iwilm,
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north carolina where they are bracing for the worst. good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: hey, michael. good morning. reinforcements are here and ready to go because north carolina is expecting to get hit hard by this storm with ice storm warnings in effect. duke energy has roughly 25 -- 2,500 contractors staged in and around wilmington and other parts of the coastline ready to go to help restore power. the governor of north carolina has declared a state of emergency, schools have canceled classes, and we also know drivers are being urged to stay off potentially icy roads. this is a one-two punch from north carolina, the second storm in several days, governor roy cooper has activated the national guard saying that at least a quarter inch of ice is expected to build leading to dangerous situations and significant power outages. michael. >> definitely some challenging weather there. kenneth, ginger is tracking that storm, plus the frigid cold millions are waking up to this morning. good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, michael. this is merciless cold. we were out here for 20 minutes earlier when i was doing promos and inside ski gloves my fingers
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were getting numb. that is the type of when you are exposed for 30 minutes you could actually get frostbite. let's take it to la porte county, indiana, where they had up to ten inches of lake-effect snow and then, if you go ahead down to norfolk, virginia, snow going to see that all the way up to the delaware state line with this storm. so i will take you through what's happening because the wind and the cold are certainly apart of this story, but the south is really where we see winter storm warnings. there were flurries reported in south padre island where windchills were subfreezing. cecilia, the timing really starts going for south carolina, north carolina and that ice this afternoon and tonight, by tomorrow morning it will be gone but it will be very tough to get around. >> i know it is just frigid out there. ginger, you and the team get inside safely soon. we turn to that battle against omicron. while the variant wanes in some parts of the country it is still going strong in others as the nation hits another record for covid hospitalizations. whit johnson has the latest.
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>> reporter: this morning, a tale of two countries. as the omicron surge appears to be plateauing in some states, in other areas, the highly contagious variant is tightening its grip. >> the demands are outweighing the resources and puts a lot on healthcare workers who try to help every day. >> reporter: in illinois, hospitals continue to be overwhelmed. across the country more than 160,000 americans are now hospitalized with covid, a new pandemic high. double the number from about three weeks ago. >> we have to remember that even on the downslope of the wave, that can generate the same number of infections as when you're going up in cases. hospitals still can be overwhelmed for the next several weeks and unfortunately we will have many unnecessary deaths. >> reporter: in new york city, cases have dropped 46% in the last week, but the city maintains the nation's highest death rate, and the omicron wave is devastating the u.s. workforce.
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in the southeast, more than 750 employees out this week after testing positive at ballad health which covers parts of tennessee, north carolina and kentucky. teacher shortages in oklahoma forcing some schools to bring in police officers to help teach classes. and in new mexico, the national guard called in to assist struggling schools. >> it's a very different way for us to utilize every state resource and public education is a priority. >> reporter: and the cdc is out with new data indicating that breakthrough infections among the vaccinated grew fourfold as omicron became the dominant variant. the unvaccinated were 16 times more likely to be hospitalized. george. >> whit johnson, thanks. we're going to go back to washington now where ivanka trump is in the sights of the hois january 6th committee. they're asking her questions about what was happening behind the scenes the day of the insurrection. our congressional correspondent rachel scott has the latest. >> reporter: this morning, the january 6th committee closing in on trump's inner circle asking to speak with the former
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president's daughter and top adviser ivanka trump. on january 6th, she was seen here from a live stream by donald trump jr. backstage at that rally near the white house where trump repeatedly urged his vice president to reject the election results. that morning, the committee says ivanka trump was in the oval office and overheard a heated phone call with her father and vice president mike pence. our jon karl asking trump about that conversation for his book "betrayal." >> there was a report, and excuse my language, not mine, was in the report, and you talked to him that morning and you said, you could be a patriot, or you can be a [ bleep ]. did you really say that, or is that an -- >> i wouldn't dispute it. >> really? >> reporter: as the chaos unfolded at the capitol, lawmakers say they have specific evidence that white house officials repeatedly turned to ivanka trump to intervene and persuade president trump to address the ongoing lawlessness and violence on capitol hill.
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>> we have firsthand testimony that his daughter, ivanka, went in at least twice to ask him to please stop this violence. >> reporter: during the attack, she posted this now-deleted tweet calling the rioters american patriots. in a statement her spokesperson pointing to that post saying she asked the violence to stop immediately. but declined to say whether she would cooperate with the investigation. and all of this comes just one day after the supreme court ruled against former president donald trump clearing the way for the house select committee to obtain hundreds of pages of white house records. we are told they have already started reviewing some of those and are expected to get more in the coming days, george. >> rachel scott, thanks very much. we know so many trump aides have not wanted to appear before that committee. we will see what ivanka trump decides. thanks. michael. going to turn now to peloton, stock is sinking and there are questions about if the company is halting production of its popular fitness equipment. our chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis has the latest for us this morning. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: good morning, michael.
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$2.5 billion in market value was wiped out of peloton stock yesterday. this was the ultimate stay at home stock. it was a pandemic play. millions of people rushed out and bought peloton bikes and treadmills during the pandemic when they were stuck at home. but as things have changed, as people have been able to return to gyms as there's more competition, fewer people are buying those things and becoming members of peloton and as a result there was a report out yesterday suggesting that peloton is halting production of its bikes and treads. the ceo overnight in a memo to employees writing, rumors that we are halting all production of bikes and treads are false. but adding, that we are now in a position of needing to evaluate how this company proceeds going forward, guys. >> all right, rebecca, thank you so much. and this morning, everyone, we want to tell you we are remembering, of course, a rock legend. meat loaf passing away overnight. tributes from fans and stars are pouring in for the "bat out of
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hell" singer who gave the world one of the top-selling albums of all time. chris connelly joins us with his legacy. good morning, chris. >> reporter: hey, good morning, cecilia. with a voice to be reckoned with every time it came out of a car speaker or stereo speakers, meat loaf's mighty rock epics really put him on the map in the 1970s and beyond. ♪ so we've got to make the most of it ♪ ♪ well, like a bat out of hell ♪ >> reporter: with a powerhouse voice and flare for the musically melodramatic, he the singer meat loaf became one of the most recognizable and top selling rock recording artists ever thanks largely to his epic single "paradise by the dashboard light." ♪ come on hold on tight come on hold on tight ♪
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♪ though it's cold and lonely in the deep, dark night ♪ ♪ i can see paradise by the dashboard light ♪ >> reporter: a dynamic duet with singer ellen foley. it was karla devito in the legendary video. the song helped make the "bat out of hell" album one of the biggest records of all time with more than 40 million copies sold. ♪ i want you, i need you ♪ ♪ but there ain't no way i'm ever gonna love you ♪ ♪ now don't be sad ♪ ♪ don't be sad 'cause two out of three ain't bad ♪ >> reporter: born in 1947, in dallas, texas, his real name, marvin lee aday starring in "hair," but it was his professional collaboration with
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songwriter jim steinman that would launch him onto the radio and into stardom. ♪ you took the words right out of my mouth ♪ ♪ it must have been when you were kissing me ♪ ♪ you took the words right out of my mouth ♪ ♪ oh, i swear it's true ♪ ♪ i was desperate enough to say i love you ♪ >> reporter: meat loaf also took memorable turns as an actor in films like "the rocky horror picture show" and "fight club." his 1993 comeback album, "bat out of hell 2" led to his first number one hit -- ♪ as long as the stars are burning ♪ ♪ as long as your dreams are coming true, you better believe it ♪ ♪ that i would do anything for love ♪ ♪ i'll be there till the final act ♪ ♪ and i would do anything for love ♪
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>> how i've always approached everything that i've ever done in my work is like it's a sporting event. >> reporter: with family at his side meat loaf died on thursday night. he was 74 and not to be forgotten by all who loved his music and that voice. among those paying tribute overnight cher, had so much fun with meat loaf, she tweeted. very sorry for his friends, his fans and his family, and there were so many fans. pguys. >> so many. >> chris, thank you. “i would do anything for love” really spoke to you, didn't it? >> i love it, george. >> having a moment over here. coming up, the mother accused of rigging the homecoming queen election for her daughter to win set to go to trial but right now ginger. let's get the weekend getaways sponsored by prudential.
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a look at our winds right now are hills. they are ramping up 50 mph at mount diablo near 30 tan oakland has been gusting to over 20 mph. so when advisory and high wind warning they are in effect right now through tomorrow morning for these gusty offshore winds that are developing out of the north live look at the tan cam showing the camera is bouncing around out there some early morning fog in the north bay. it's all about the sunshine and those winds this afternoon and job in a those winds will warm us up into the mid and upper sixties later on this afternoon. those winds continue overnight tonight. thank you drew and coming up on g m a. the youtuber under
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also this morning, states of emergency in virginia and north and south carolina with a winter storm moving in. frigid temperatures, ice combined to make for dangerous conditions. and a jury has been seated in the trial of the other three officers in the death of george floyd. it took one day to seat the 12 jurors, 6 alternates. opening statements expected on monday. take a look at this one. a man in daytona beach, florida, fought off a bear attack. he managed to place a bench in the front door to fend off the animal. we spoke to him overnight. he said the attack only lasted a few seconds. also adding at first the bear didn't even flinch, eventually he managed to chase him off the porch. >> wow. >> wow is right. amy schneider winning her 37th consecutive match and tonight, she goes for the tie for the second longest streak in the game show's history. ken jennings, of course, remains the king with 74 straight wins. schneider so far has won more than 1.2 million bucks. she will be right here on "gma" monday for an exclusive interview. what an incredible run. >> she's had an incredible run
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and then you realize ken jennings won 74 in a row, wow. good luck, good luck. and we've got a lot more ahead including that plane crash investigation. did the youtuber crash on purpose? that is the big question and that is coming up, george. right now we're going to get to the mom and former assistant principal accused of illegally accessing student information to rig a homecoming vote. she appeared in court thursday after denying a plea deal. now she's facing trial. will reeve has the story. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, george. when i spoke to laura carroll and her daughter emily grover back in november they insisted they were innocent and weren't going to take a plea deal. but now emily has pled out of a trial, but her mom is forging ahead. this morning, from homecoming court to the court of law. >> do you understand all this? >> reporter: laura carroll appearing in a florida court, thursday, and the now former
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elementary assistant principal and emily grover, her daughter, accused of illegally accessing a computer in order to rig the results of her high school homecoming vote in her favor. carroll turning down a plea deal for a second time. her attorneys saying they haven't seen key evidence from prosecutors. >> verizon records, transcripts of hearings and meetings which were done in this particular case have not been provided to us. >> reporter: the judge rebuffing that request and announcing that carroll's case would go to trial at the end of the month. florida officials began investigating the duo's alleged scheme in november 2020 after the school district reported hundreds of students' accounts at j.m. tate high school have been hacked containing sensitive information about students including medical history, test scores and personal information. authorities say they found 246 votes cast for the homecoming court linked to carroll's cell phone and computers at her home. in november, the mother/daughter
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duo spoke to abc news in an exclusive interview. how are we at the point where you're facing felony charges? >> we don't know. we don't know. >> reporter: when pressed on why they didn't take a plea deal, mother and daughter were defiant. >> we didn't do it and we have evidence that proves that we didn't. >> that's a big bet to make. >> but we did not do what they say we did and i'm not willing to plea out to something that i didn't do. >> reporter: last week emily pled no contest on all charges. agreeing to enter a pretrial diversion program that includes 100 hours of community service and paying court fees. if she completes it, the charges would be dismissed and her record wiped clean. meanwhile, her mother saying in a statement to abc news, we were disappointed that the case was not continued but are hopeful that means the evidence we've requested is coming. adding, i look forward to closure. because she refused to take that plea deal, laura carroll is set to stand trial on january 31st. if she is convicted, she faces 16 years in prison, guys.
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>> wow. okay, will, thank you so much. we're going to turn now to that youtuber accused by critics on social media of crashing his plane on purpose. the faa and ntsb now investigating. our transportation correspondent gio benitez is at newark airport with more on this story. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, cecilia, good morning to you. he is known as a bit of a daredevil and prankster getting millions of views on youtube, but this morning that question, was the plane crash an accident or a stunt? it was a heart-stopping video. watch as youtuber trevor jacob's plane stalls. his engine allegedly failing as he flies over los padres national forest in california, and it cannot be restarted. he pointed the nose of the plane down and jumped out wearing a parachute. >> that's why i always fly with a parachute. >> reporter: the video seen by over a million people but now, this morning, the faa and ntsb saying they are investigating if
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jacob who was also a former olympic snowboarder intentionally crashed that plane. viewers noting that he wasn't wearing a parachute in other videos. the plane is rigged with multiple exterior cameras capturing its descent. jacob with a camera of his own as he floats down. trevor jacob telling abc news overnight, that he declines to comment on the investigation. and just to be very clear here, jacob has not been charged with any crime. they are simply investigating, but if they see any sign of wrongdoing this could be sent to the fbi. cecilia. >> gio, i don't want to put you on the spot but do you know what are the consequences if he did end up doing this on purpose? >> reporter: you know, in the past the faa has sent cases to the fbi similar to this, so it's very possible, but we really just don't know yet. >> all right, gio, thanks so much. >> all right, cecilia. coming up next, we have that incredible super bowl halftime show trailer. going to hear from the man who's behind that video getting fans
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the fans are fired up. >> reporter: michael, i know you are excited. i'm excited. good morning. super bowl lvi from right here at sofi stadium will be in hollywood's backyard. no surprise that this halftime show with its all-star cast is being hyped with a teaser like it is a major motion picture. ♪ mary j. blige, snoop dogg, eminem, kendrick lamar and dr. dre, five absolute legends of hip-hop set to share the stage at next month's super bowl in los angeles. showcased in a new first of its kind trailer. from f. gary gray, director of "straight outta compton," and "friday," the music's most elite, sumening them to the pepsi super bowl lvi halftime
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time since 2001 when she teamed with nelly and aerosmith. now the queen of hip-hop soul on instagram telling fans, it's about to go down under the aegis of roc nation along with the nfl. >> currently only one black head coach in the nfl. these are things that are still issues but i feel like in working with roc nation, they are trying to broaden their scope to a more youthful audience. >> reporter: the 12-minute performance expected to feature some of these landmark hits, its trailer climaxing with "california love" as the quintet arrive at sofi stadium where they hope to set it off on february 13th. >> to be able to write a love letter to california and to los angeles, that was, you know, it doesn't happen often and i don't think it'll happen not like this. >> reporter: it's still to be determined who is actually playing in the game.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. high-stakes meeting with russia. secretary of state blinken meets with his russian counterpart trying to prevent an invasion of ukraine. this morning, secretary blinken joins us live for an exclusive interview. state of emergency. winter storm intensifying bringing freezing rain, sleet and snow through the south and temperatures dropping dangerously from the midwest to the northeast. "gma" parenting alert. the warning about baby loungers after the reported deaths of two infants. what parents need to know. ♪ overnight, a tearful adele apologizing. the superstar postponing her las vegas residency. >> i'm so sorry, but my show ain't ready. >> right before she was set to take the stage. what's behind the delay?
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♪ good morning ♪ george's masterclass from battling nerves. >> i was in full flop sweat. >> to asking the right questions. >> one of the most effective questions i ever asked was a single simple word. >> and showing off a different side of yourself. >> right up. >> our sneak peek this morning. ♪ level up, level up ♪ level up your finances. meet the mom who slashed $72,000 in debt. her three tips for financial freedom. ♪ don't stop me now ♪ who is hosting the oscars? this morning, the man who might have the answer to that question as he makes history producing this year's show. will packer joins us live. ♪ we don't talk about bruno ♪ >> and we're celebrating musical phenomenon "encanto" with bruno himself, john leguizamo joining us live, plus the man behind the
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music, lin-manuel miranda and he's saying -- >> good morning, america. ♪ good morning, america. we're so glad you are with us as "encanto" takes over times square like george dancing in that video. >> you thought we would skip over that. >> i was going to say that's what i had to get my masterclass promoted on "gma" this morning. [ laughter ] >> that video -- it was lil john's birthday the other day. so i'll consider that a gift. this makes me smile to see that. >> one and done, michael. one and done. >> we'll talk about that. but we are still talking about "encanto," thousands of fans have been performing their favorite songs on tiktok as the soundtrack. it is topping the charts and this morning we're celebrating the movie musical, lin-manuel miranda is joining us live, also john leguizamo. there they are, the voice of bruno, we cannot wait to talk to them about bruno. we're going to talk about bruno and so much more. >> two of our favorite friends
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on "gma." we have a lot of news to get to as well. the latest on the meeting to head off a russian invasion of ukraine. secretary of state antony blinken met with russia's foreign minister this morning as russian troops massed at the ukrainian border and back to mary bruce. good morning, mary. >> reporter: good morning again, george. this certainly is a critical moment with those tens of thousands of russian troops amassed along the ukraine border, and president biden saying a russian invasion is looking likely. the u.s. secretary of state and russian foreign minister met this morning to see if they can try and avert this crisis. now secretary blinken just emerged from that sitdown moments ago describing their conversation adds frank and substantive saying this was not a negotiation, but a candid exchange of concerns and ideas, and he is promising a swift and severe united response if russia invades. look. he said they didn't expect any major breakthroughs here. russia, of course, is demanding that knnato promise to never adt ukraine as a member and pull back troops from eastern europe.
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the alliance has rejected that, but while they may not resolve their differences day, we're d rising tension, george. >> thank you, mary. we'll find out more from antony blinken. he will join us live in a few moments. that winter weather emergency. frigid temperatures, ice and snow bringing dangerous conditions. ginger, of course, is tracking the latest. good morning, again, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, cecilia. this harsh cold that we are enduring from the midwest to northeast is actually making its way all the way down into the southeast and these pictures tell you what's happening at the low levels, it's freezing or below. at the higher levels you have precipitation along the slow-moving front and, therefore, you get freezing rain and that ice will accumulate through the day. this is from knightdale where they've already been seeing accidents in north carolina. you also have rocky mount where it was a little bit of a mix with some of the sleet in there. this is going to be a day long event and have little impulses come along the front, drop warm moisture onto the subfreezing surface and that's where you have big problems. ice storm warning there. winter weather advisories all along the gulf coast. mississippi, alabama and
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louisiana. and like i said, look at that. the snow on the northern end so, say, ocean city, maryland, down through virginia beach going to get the snow and then after you get the ice you get a little snow on top of it for raleigh but it will be out of here by tomorrow. just drive extra safe by the time you're back on the roads, hopefully everybody can remain warm because it certainly does not warm up behind this, cecilia. >> freezing out there. okay, ginger, thanks so much. michael. thank you, cecilia. now to a "gma" parenting alert. the consumer products safety commission releasing a new warning for parents about certain baby loungers. as it investigates the deaths of two infants. the products are leachco's podster, podster plush, bummzie and playtime infant play loungers. leachco urging families to use them with supervision as they are not intended for sleep and it stands by the podster's quality, safety and value. at this time, none of these products are being recalled. you can head to goodmorningamerica.com for full
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details. okay, coming up, everybody, we're going to tell you about adele's tearful message to fans. why her vegas show is not ready to go on. and the mom who paid off $72,000 in debt sharing her three tips for financial freedom. also ahead, who will host the oscars? the show's producer, will packer joins us live. plus, "encanto's" soundtrack is breaking records and taking over tiktok. this morning, lin-manuel miranda and john leguizamo are joining us live. you won't want to miss it. we'll be right back with more "gma." ♪ i can be of service ♪ ever wonder what everyone's doing on their phones? they're banking, with bank of america. his girlfriend just caught the bouquet, so he's checking in on that ring fund. that photographer? he's looking for something a little more zen, so he's thinking, “i'll open a yoga studio.” and as for the father of the bride? he's checking to see if he's on track to do this all over again... and again.
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we want to get right to our cover story and a heartbroken adele postponing her vegas residency a day before she was set to take the stage. kaylee hartung is back with all the details on this. hey, kaylee. >> reporter: good morning, again, cecilia. tonight was supposed to be the opening night of one of the hottest residencies that sin city has ever hosted. imagine being one of those lucky enough to score tickets to see adele live, making the trip to vegas only to see adele come up on your instagram feed and say the show is off. there are undoubtedly some devastated adele fans waking up in las vegas this morning. >> hi. listen, i'm so sorry. >> reporter: adele crying her heart out. >> but my show ain't ready. >> reporter: 24 hours before she was set to hit the stage, adele tearfully revealing to nearly 50 million instagram followers, her highly anticipated las vegas show can't go on. >> we've been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and
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covid. half my crew, half my team are down with covid. they still are and it's been impossible to finish the show. >> she's rehearsing and building the show in an environment where everybody knows that this pandemic and this variant is incredibly contagious and making all kinds of people sick so all the warning signs were there. ♪ go easy on me, baby ♪ >> reporter: the singer asking to go easy on her. >> i'm sorry it's so last minute. >> reporter: weekends with adele would have been her first live concert in five years. ♪ >> we've been awake for over 30 hours trying to figure it out and we've run out of time and i'm so upset and really embarrassed and i'm so sorry to everyone who traveled again. >> reporter: ticket sales were record breaking bringing in $50
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million. fans grabbing nearly all 100,000 tickets for her 24 performances in about six hours, but adele telling fans to hold on. >> i'm going to finish my show and i'm going to get it to where it's supposed to be. ♪ what i chose to do ♪ >> reporter: and caesars palace is supporting adele through this. they posted a statement saying that creating a show of this magnitude is incredibly complex but they are confident that the show adele will unveil will be extraordinary. unfortunately, guys, we just don't know when that will be but as adele sings, let time be patient. michael. >> you're right. love adele and i know it will be worth the wait. kaylee, thank you so much for that. we turn to leveling up your finances in 2022. we're about to introduce you to one mom who slashed $72,000 in debt with a simple three-step plan. rebecca jarvis has the story and tips for how you can get started too. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: hi, michael. yeah, it can be simple. make that plan and stick to it.
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here's how one mom did it. for so many paying off student loans and credit card debt can seem like a never-ending cycle. >> just felt like i was drowning. >> reporter: that was the case for california mom amanda courtney. >> i fully believed that i would be in my 50s if ever paying off my student loans from when i was 18 and 19 years old. >> reporter: after accumulating $72,000 in debt she decided to level up her finances. >> i started living on a budget and i focused first on my credit card debt and just any extra penny i had, i threw at it. >> reporter: now that she's debt-free she's sharing her three steps to financial freedom. step one, bring out the bills. >> pull out all of your bills, all of your financial responsibilities, and also pull out your paycheck so you can really look at where you are. >> reporter: step two, build an honest budget. >> some people love to get their hair done or get their nails done and if that's important to
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you, build it into your budget to where you're not feeling so confined that you're not able to stick to it. >> reporter: step three, plan it out. >> make a plan for your money that honors you. there are so many companies and programs available out there and that will cost you no money. rework your budget as you need. and stay the course. it will be a long journey but it's worth it. >> reporter: wise words from amanda and bravo to her. the bottom line here is that first step can sometimes be the hardest but there are so many apps nowadays that can help you do this from mint to pocket guard, they are both free, set aside time this weekend and get to it, michael. >> all right, rebecca, thank you for always sharing great financial advice. you can see all of courtney's tips on goodmorningamerica.com. now let's go to ginger. >> reporter: michael, this windchill advisory north of us here in new york tells you that you can get frostbite to exposed skin in less than 30 minutes so keep an eye on those numbers this morning.
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anybody with subzero windchills, you just need to make sure you're not spending so much time out there. there are a lot of folks on the map that match that, 4 below in cleveland. look at how far to the gulf coast. it feels like 20 this morning in san antonio. that's the big picture. drew: i am through with the accurate forecast. wind and high-wind warning's are in effect. temperatures in the mid and upper 60's. it is a warm january afternoon. overnight those wines continue, keeping temperatures elevated. here is the accuweather's -- accuweather forecast. it is all about those wines today. wines come down tomorrow afternoon. it is a common weekend, but you our next guest is a true hollywood hit maker. he's produced movies like "girls trip," "straight outta compton" and "ride along." he's also an emmy-nominated tv producer who's taking the helm of this year's academy awards
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show, making him the first solo hollywood producer of the oscars. will packer, great to see you, my friend. >> my friend. mike stray, how are you doing? >> good. not as good as you. you're producing the oscars and we heard there are a lot of names mentioned as host, steve martin, martin short, selena gomez, pete davidson, tom holland, even dionne warwick who we talked to earlier this week, threw her hat in the ring so is there any chance right now on this show you're going to break some news and tell us who it's going to be? >> can you imagine all those amazing people wanting to host this little tiny show called the academy awards, mr. strahan. here's the thing, i would not dare announce a host without first checking in with you, michael strahan, so who do you think? give me -- you got all of america watching. you got the inside track. you and i are close, stray. >> don't twist -- don't put it on me. i really have no say. i'm asking you.
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>> listen, stray, i actually called you. i don't know if you know this. i called to see if you would be interested -- they said you're unavailable. out of town? no, he's out of the planet. you weren't even on the planet at the time. i guess there goes you so i got it figured out. >> michael, tell will my daughter wants tom holland. >> oh, george's daughter wants tom holland. >> noted. listen, that carries a lot of weight with me, george, that's important. that's a very important demographic, george. noted. i'm writing that down. >> so, will, besides having a host for the first time in four years, i didn't realize that much time has passed, what else will you do differently? >> it'll be a fun show this year. it really is. our theme is movie lovers, unite and if you think about it, what that means is it doesn't matter, you know, who you are, where you're from, what your background is, what you do for a living. you don't have to be a big hollywood star, if you love movies, this is the show for
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you. and that's our approach this year. movies bring us together and they enlist a multiplicity of emotions and they make us dream and aspire, so if you love the movies, this is the show for you this year. we're centering the audience in this show. that is one thing i will tell you and you'll see that in everything that we're doing leading up to the show. >> and like you said you just got to love movies. your movies inspire and they make us laugh, they do all that stuff and we know "ready to love" is a hit. season 4 wraps up tonight. season 5 starts next friday, so why was it important to help you create these dating shows that showcase black love? >> you know, what's interesting, first of all, we can't get enough of love, right? i mean, love is always a good thing and this was actually my first foray into the unscripted space. i've had a chance to do a few other shows but this was my first one and it's the number one show on friday nights in the demo. people are really loving it and
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i remember first going on this journey and saying, how could we make it different? and i love the fact that it is african americans that are all over 30, right? they're of a certain age so some have been married. some of them have kids. at that point of your life you kind of know what you want and so it actually kind of helps to focus the attention on that other person in a different way. these are very intentional people. it doesn't mean there's not a lot of drama because i remember when i first pitched this show to miss oprah winfrey and she said, listen, i love the idea of a dating show, but, will, don't have no mess on my network and i said, lady o., i got you. that's a lie, michael, i did not call her lady o., i said, yes, ma'am. i did not say that. >> i kind of figured. you know -- >> so it's not any mess but it is a little messy, go ahead. >> i know you also have five years since your big hit "girls trip" came out. we got to ask, what is happening with a sequel, because i'm sure the ladies could use a little
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post-pandemic trip. what's up? >> can't we all use a post-pandemic trip, my friend? i think that the time is actually right and this is something that i will tell you and break right now on "gma," the "girls trip 2" sequel, we are under way. we are absolutely in the stages, the ladies are in, i just talked to the director. we are under way with "girls trip 2" and now it's just about what kind of trip do we take, right? post-pandemic with all our favorite crazy ladies, what do we do with them? that's what we got to figure out. i'm open to suggestions on that too. ask george's daughter. that's what i want. she is my new creative muse. i think she has some good ideas. have her people call my people. we'll set up a meeting. >> all right, and we know you're so busy, man, you have so much other stuff coming up, i'm sure, and we ran out of time. we ran out of time. could talk to you all day but we just want people to know that you are hosting the oscars -- i
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mean producing the oscars, so proud of you, will. >> producing, yes. thank you, michael. >> couldn't be a better guy to do it. everyone at home, see "ready to love" fridays on own and the 94th oscars will air sunday, march 27th, right here on abc, now, back to the man who can make the decision on who's going to host, george, over here. we're going to switch gears to the crisis with russia over ukraine. secretary of state antony blinken just met with the russian foreign minister and he joins us live. mr. secretary, thank you for joining us. i know you said there were no breakthroughs -- >> good morning, george. >> i know you said there were no breakthroughs this morning. what did you achieve specifically? >> george, we didn't anticipate there would be any breakthroughs but what we were doing was testing whether there's still a path forward for diplomacy for dialogue to resolve a crisis that russia has created by massing 100,000 forces on ukraine's border and threatening to renew its aggression against ukraine. and so in the last couple of weeks we've been engaged in intense diplomacy including conversations with russia,
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directly with the united states at nato, at the organization for security and cooperation in europe, among allies and partners and based on that, president biden asked me to meet today with my russian counterpart, foreign minister lavrov, to see if there is a path forward for diplomacy and dialogue to resolve this potential crisis and to see where we were, and that's exactly what we did today. we had an opportunity to look at where we can go next in this, and i think we at least have some opportunity to continue to work to resolve this diplomatically. >> bottom line, are we closer or further away from war? >> you have to ask president putin. it's ultimately going to be president putin who decides what russia will do. here's where we are. based on what we've heard in the
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last couple of weeks, we will put in writing both some deep concerns that we and other allies and partners have about russia's actions, not just with regard to ukraine but more broadly when it comes to things that it does to threaten security, we'll address some of the concerns that russia has raised with us, and we'll put some ideas on the table for how we might actually strengthen each other's sense of security going forward and then based on that and based on russia's response, we anticipate that we'll get together again across the table and see if we continue to advance this through diplomacy. but, george, at the same time that we're doing that, we're also very conscious that russia continues to have these forces on ukraine's border. continues to strengthen them, it continues to take steps that are escalatory, not de-escalatory and we will continue to do what we've been doing, which is building a strong, united response from allies and
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partners to any renewed russian aggression. it's very clear, and i made that clear again today to minister lavrov, that any renewed aggression will face massive consequences and coming from us, from europe and other allies and partners and so two paths ahead, one is through diplomacy and dialogue and the other is russian aggression that will have serious consequences. >> even if it's, to use president biden's words, a minor incursion into ukraine? >> we've been very clear with russia that any russian forces going into ukraine constitute an invasion that will be receiving a very swift, united and severe response. at the same time, based on history, we're acutely of aware of other things that russia does, short of actually sending uniforms into another country to try to destabilize it, topple its government, hybrid actions, cyberattacks, et cetera, i made
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equally clear to minister lavrov that we will respond to those too in a swift, severe and united way, but that is proportionate to what russia does. >> we only have about 15 seconds left. is this going to take a summit between the president and president putin to solve? >> as you know right here in geneva they met some months ago. they've talked on the phone since then and they've been on video conferences. if it proves productive, useful to try to resolve things through direct conversation between the presidents, that's certainly something we're prepared to do. right now, the plan is to take stock of where we are next week after we share some ideas with russia. >> secretary blinken, thank you very much. >> thank you, george. ank you very much.
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions. this is abc 7 news. >> good morning, everyone. here's jobina with a look at traffic. jobina: iq, kumasi. we start with a crash we are following in union city involving at least two cars. it is unclear if lanes are blocked in the area but southbound before whipple road, down to around 50 miles per hour for speeds. a -- aside from that issue, everything is moving. bringing in emeryville, showing off 80. kumasi:
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>> live with kelly and ryan is coming up. andy samberg plus ed pattern at 8:00 on abc 7. drew: thanks, ryan. we will see you soon. the winds are gusty. 51 at mount diablo. mount him over 30 and oakland hilts 24 miles per hour. -- hills 24 miles per hour. high-wind warning for much of the region because of the lines. it is windy this afternoon, bright, and later on today, temperatures going mid to upper 60's. kumasi: thank you. we will have another abc 7 news
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update in 30 minutes. you can find the latest on our news app and abc7news.com. the news continues now with "good morning, america." ♪ family madrigal ♪ that's a performance of "the family madrigal." just one of over one hundred of fan videos for "encanto." >> we know this movie is an instant hit and so is the soundtrack and this morning, we are celebrating this musical phenomenon that is taking over the charts. let's take a look. ♪ we don't talk about bruno ♪ >> reporter: what we do talk about is "encanto," an instant hit, but it's the music that is breaking records. >> yeah, there's a lot to say about bruno. >> reporter: topping the billboard charts the first disney soundtrack to reach number one in more than two years.
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♪ there's just a lot you simply get to know ♪ >> reporter: and the man behind those hits none other than lyrical genius, lin-manuel miranda. ♪ couldn't live in fear ♪ ♪ i can always hear him stumbling and mumbling ♪ ♪ and the sound of falling sand ♪ >> reporter: and the hottest song, "we don't talk about bruno." ♪ we don't talk about bruno, no, no, ♪ >> reporter: soaring higher than "frozen's" "let it go" on the billboard charts. ♪ let it go, let it go ♪ ♪ let it ring, let it snow, let it go ♪ >> reporter: the first movie to take place in colombia, the madrigal family telling a story with music and dance. ♪ madrigal ♪ >> coming through. >> body language is everything. especially with storytelling. my big goal to make sure that the viewers understood what was going on in the story but also able to celebrate the music with movement. i feel like it's a celebration of love and family and finding your magic.
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♪ >> reporter: videos with the hashtag "encanto" viewed over 11 billion times on social media. thousands of fans celebrating culture through the "encanto" soundtrack. >> as a creator, all you want is to know that you've touched someone in some positive way and to see these people doing the movement that we created in the studio is amazing. i get joy out of every one that i watch. >> it's an incredible feeling. ♪ oh ♪ >> ah, it's just so incredible and joining us right now, everybody, one of the minds behind the music of "encanto," lin-manuel miranda. good morning, lin. hi. >> good morning. good morning, america. >> 11 billion views already. we have been singing these songs all week. did you ever think it would be this big? did you have any idea this would become such a massive success? you wrote eight of these songs. >> it's really been overwhelming
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to watch it kind of grow and grow and grow. you know, we made most of this movie during the pandemic and i don't think it's an accident that a movie about an intergenerational family all under one roof since we've all been under one roof together is resonating so much with audiences. >> since you were all under one roof, welcome back, lin. you tested out some of the songs on your kids. what was their first impression? >> yeah, it's funny. the "we don't talk about bruno" phase happened in may of 2020 which is when i was writing it and they were listening to me singing it. we were in lockdown with my in-laws and my father-in-law who never chimes in about my work was like i can't stop singing that one bruno tune that i keep hearing coming from your room. that should have been the first tip-off but my son sebastian came home from second grade the other day and he said, daddy, everyone is singing it. [ laughter ]
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>> that's a great sign. that is a great sign. you're a busy man. this is not your only new project that you have coming out. your directorial debut "tick, tick, boom" is getting rave reviews, getting oscar buzz, an adaptation of an off-broadway play. it's a short story, but it means so much to you, so can you tell us why? >> yeah, absolutely. i'm here talking to you because i saw jonathan larson's work when i was 17 years old. that was his show "rent" was the show that made me feel like i could write a musical someday and so, you know, this movie is really kind of telling an earlier chapter of his story and the incredible andrew garfield is just -- did the most amazing job playing jonathan and i'm just really thrilled that it's resonating with people who are theater makers, who are artists and also just people who have a passion for something. it's just been amazing to see it spread. >> resonating bruno, your son
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sebastian really hit the nail on the head with this. everybody is singing it. it is the earworm from the movie. i know you know this. the highest charting song from a disney-animated film in 26 years. did you think that this was going to be this hit that it is? >> no, i'm really surprised, honestly, but i also -- it's been such a joy to watch, you know, to watch families embrace it, to watch people make videos of themselves in dolores cosplay. the fun of writing that song was i got to figure out how all these characters who don't necessarily get solos in the movie sing like finding dolores' voice and then something we do in musical theater which is smashing them all together and letting them sing at the same time so it's been amazing to watch this, you know, watch this ensemble song really resonate with families. >> we're talking so much about bruno. so let's actually talk to him.
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joining us is the man himself. >> yes. >> john leguizamo, the voice of bruno. john, good morning. how are you doing? >> good morning. what's up? so good to see y'all. you know, i tried to be there in person. i wanted to be there. i drove to "gma." i was banging on the door. they wouldn't let me in. i was thrown out, but i tried to get there. >> literally. >> you literally did try to come here. we were wondering what all that noise was outside, the security rushed to the door. it was you. there you go. >> i wanted to be with you. i wanted to be in person with you. >> we wish you both could be here in person with us. we did speak to you back in november, john, before the movie came out and since then the soundtrack has become a smash. it has literally surpassed adele to hit number one. how does this feel to you? >> oh, my god, it is such an incredible feeling. it's almost like falling in love. you know, it's like almost, but close, you know, like you feel that rush, you feel that -- you feel good about yourself. everything that happens to you
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is like being in heaven, i don't know. it's a great feeling. >> we can see it on your face. lin, i know you wrote this part for john. what was it about him that you were trying to capture? >> oh, i've been -- i wanted to work -- john has been my hero since i was taping his one-man off-broadway shows off hbo and memorizing his monologues, so his voice i have very firmly in my head and it was really fun sort of texting with him as i was writing stuff and, you know, i remember when he has like a little kind of rap patter section in the last song and i texted him, it's coming. your rap solo is coming. he just totally delivered. >> you're not the only one who taped the hbo specials, lin. john, why do you think everybody is so connected to bruno? there is just something about that character that people have fallen in love with. >> yeah, i think the character that we created with lin and jared and byron, the directors of the piece, he's a vulnerable
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man. he is a sensitive man and i'm so glad that people are connecting with that. you know, the pandemic obviously made us all feel like a little awkward, a little odd, a little socially awkward and this guy embodies that, you know. he's, like, rejected because he says what he really thinks, and he's had to pay the price, but he's selfless. he is a selfless man and we all admire that. i've been working on that my whole life to be that kind of guy and i'm in therapy, but i'm also close to bruno. >> bruno is a free man now as well so, guys, what do you think? will we be getting an "encanto" sequel? >> i don't know. i mean, i'm thrilled that it's resonating and there is, obviously because there's so many characters, there's a lot of stories we could tell inside that house so, you know, that's -- ask the good folks at disney. [ laughter ] >> we have a little in. we'll sneak a little question in there about that. the movie is about magical powers within so, lin, if john
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had magical powers, what do you think they'd be? >> oh, shape shifter, no question. he's had the camillo powers and i've seen him play all the members of one family in a one-man show. he's already got that power. >> that is the truth. i've seen that show "freak." one of my favorite shows i've ever seen on broadway. what powers would lin have? >> well, lin is like gershwin, cole porter and jay-z all together, you know. but i think his power -- i think his power would be like creating music that cures the ills of the world. i think that he already kind of possesses it. >> you two are two of the most talented people on the planet and also two of the nicest and two of our favorite here at success of "encanto." you both deserve it. >> thank you so much. >> thanks, everybody. >> i was waiting for the thank you. thank you, guys.
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welcome back to "gma" from the side of the icy hudson river. you know, our windchill fell to about 6 below early this morning. look at how beautiful they're making the windchill of almost 40 below look in north dakota.
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that would be the sun dog taking over the sky. gorgeous capture there. thank you, jason, for sending that. then we go to pittsburgh where they're enjoying it, i guess, the young lions making their snowmen or snowballs at least and apparently they were having the best time playing in all that snow. and i just wanted to let you all know that below average temperatures looks like that will be the game through the end of january, esp drew: i'm drew tuma with the forecast. high-wind warning's are in effect today. images in the mid and upper 60's this afternoon. windy today and tomorrowou on the spspot here. now to something we rarely see, george talking about himself. you won't want to miss it. a new masterclass, the streaming platform where leaders in their field share their experience and
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expertise and george did just that with some stories we might have never heard before. take a look at a sneak peek. >> good morning, america. >> reporter: abc news anchor for two decades. >> welcome to our program. and our first guest. >> reporter: and since his days in the white house briefing room, george has made a career out of communicating with the country. >> i've done thousands of interviews in the last 20 years at abc, this was the most intense. >> reporter: now he's bringing that experience to masterclass, a subscription service that connects experts in their fields to viewers who want to learn the secrets behind their success. >> i think the lessons i've learned can apply to all of you in your conversations with your friends and your family and i'm privileged to have the chance to share what i've learned with you. >> reporter: fighting nerves. >> one of my worst ever interviewing moments back in 2006 i was interviewing president george w. bush. i had the manifestations of a panic attack. i was in full flop sweat in front of the president of the united states. it was so bad that i had to take
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a quick break and walk into a walk-in freezer in order to cool down. i was absolutely mortified. often the best thing you can do in a tough moment is take a breath. i mean literally take a breath. that will help you battle those nerves. >> reporter: to asking the right questions. >> one of the most effective questions i ever asked was a single simple word, the word and. this was the first interview with president biden after the chaotic withdrawal from afghanistan. >> so americans should understand that troops might have to be there beyond august 31st. >> no, americans should understand we'll try to get it done before august 31st. >> but if we don't. >> we'll determine at the time who is left. >> and? >> and if there are american forces -- if there's american citizens left we're going to stay to get them all out. >> watching him, watching his
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body language and being patient, i realized that that one word might do the trick. >> reporter: and getting a little out of your comfort zone. >> i don't think viewers will ever see me dance on national ptelevision. >> come on, big daddy. >> that doesn't stop either robin or michael or amy from making a point of asking me if i'm going to dance. >> come on, george. get up here. >> it's one of the things you have to learn to be an effective communicator. you have to be willing to show different sides to yourself depending on who you're talking to and what the occasion is. >> so keep trying, michael. >> i was going to say and now we're going to dance. >> i didn't expect that. that would make it into a masterclass. but i will say to you, watching that, george, and seeing you here every day and the way that you are here, to see the fact that you open up about having every symptom of what we call a panic attack and being vulnerable enough to talk about that was something different. >> that was a crazy day.
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it was down in north carolina, super hot day at a racetrack, but it wasn't just that. it was hot and interviewing a president is pretty big deal, it was a while ago, i was nervous and i just was in complete -- remember the movie "broadcast news," albert brooks, it was like that. complete flop sweat but i've had to say president bush was so gracious about it. took that quick break. >> he noticed. >> yeah, he could tell. everybody could tell. [ laughter ] so i took that break and literally there was a freezer on site. went and sat there for a second and came out and finished the interview. >> i love that you say you can use these interview skills in the real world, at work, not just -- it's not just for doing television. >> oh, that's -- and that's the idea of these masterclasses which i had not been acquainted with before i started working on this and so much fun to work with all of them but, sure, think -- you know from interviewing as well, the most important skill we have is listening and being -- and that's key to every kind of communication in every facet of life.
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>> i got to say if you ever feel nervous like that again, george, a great way to help is dance it off. >> i knew that was coming. >> deejay, cue the music. eerybody, you're not going to want to miss this, george's masterclass is available right now. coming up, john ortiz and cecilia suarez, great first name, tell us their new drama in the new abc drama, "promised land." first name, tell us their new drama in the new abc drama, "promised land." abc
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>> it is a show about family, about merging into another culture, and finding who you are within that process and that journey. >> why did it matter to each of you to be a part of this show that tackles such real-life topics? >> well, i think we all come from immigration. i think it's a topic that we can all relate, whether some people want to really take a deep look at their own history or not, that's different. >> it was important for me to be a part of a story that is about the latina experience with a latina cast created and written by a latina staff. >> reporter: the show featuring a star-studded cast including john ortiz and cecilia suarez. >> i don't know, maybe it's time for you to step back. >> reporter: they have an off screen friendship that shines through in their performance. what sort of authenticity does liking each other off camera lend to the experience on
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camera? >> you just don't have to work as hard. you know, when there's this affinity for each other. >> before i let you go, john, i hear you have a "gma" story that you'd like to share. >> every day when i was in school, my grandmother would lead me to the door and say, good-bye and in the background without fail would be "good morning america" and i would go down the stairs and feel that cold and i would say to myself, i just want to be on the sofa with grandma watching "gma." >> reporter: for "good morning america," will reeve, abc news, new york. >> we'll take the compliment. "promised land" premieres this coming monday at 10:00 p.m. right here on abc. right here on abc. and we'll be right back. with less moderate-to-severe eczema, why hide your skin if you can help heal your skin from within? dupixent helps keep you one step ahead of eczema with clearer skin and less itch. hide my skin? not me. don't use if you're allergic to dupixent. serious allergic reactions can occur,
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in the meantime, have a great day. it's live with kelly and ryan. today, from hotel transylvania: transformania, andy samberg. plus, one of the stars of the righteous gemstones, edi patterson. and a booty workout, courtesy of cassey ho, as we wrap up our fit-fluencers week. all next on live. and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. here we are. good morning. good morning, sunshine. hi there. good morning. how are you doing? it's friday, january 21st, 2022. january flying by. i was laughing because i heard brian say, "five, four, three, two, one," just before you said, "mark, heat me up." i have no idea what was going on over there, but those were the words that i heard my ears. so, i'll give you the whole story, wanna hear it?

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