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her marriage to ben. >> the fashion you didn't see last night. bobbie thomas is here and i love when she does this with her red carpet redos. >> always has great ideas. >> if you know somebody who has been sick with the flu and people have been dropping like flies, we'll tell you why it seems to be so bad this year plus what to worry about. and allergy season.
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>> we've never done this before. >> the older i get, everybody's angry. i miss billy crystal so much or somebody who made it happy. i know they had to address the subject and he did it in a fair hief fair-minded way. >> i thought he was funny.
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weren't any black actors but he talked by why are there separate categories for women and men. >> i'm here at the academy awards otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. you realize if they nominated hosts i wouldn't even get this job. so all would be watching neil patrick harris right now. if you want black nominees every year, you need to have black categories categories. you're already dealing with men and women, think about it there's no real reason for there to be a man and woman category in acting. there's no reason.
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you don't have to separate them. he never said i better slow this acting down so she can catch up. >> even the concept of having black categories, have asian categories too. it's got to be the best performances. people vote personally on what they thought was the best performance. >> i think the argument too is give more opportunities so there can be more performances so you can choose. >> it's been changed in the 50 years i've been in this business. it may take longer than some people want, but ultimately i want the person to win. >> i think everyone would agree with that i don't think so. >> you do? >> yeah. i feel like they were saying a lot of people don't have many opportunities to act in films because it doesn't fit this
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don't have as many opportunities and when you don't have as many chances you don't is a chance to win. >> i've seen so much change and all for the better. >> okay. let's move on to oscar fashion. it was big. these are some of the dresses. i saw a lot of bright colors. so you love this one right here. >> i thought she was talk about a breath of fresh air. she looked beautiful. she looked just age appropriate, she's young and fresh and brilliant. i just thought her dress -- she wasn't trying to be a sex pot, she looked like she was a celebration. >> i liked this one. >> i liked this one too. she's a beautiful girl. >> i thought she looked great. some people look great in everything. >> she's one of them. she definitely did.
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>> i loved this one too. it was just so elegant. it looks like calvin cklein. >> look at her husband. these are some outfits people are debating over. these were on the not so hot list according to many. >> yeah. i love her almost all the time. this was not -- it looked too much like she was going out for the warrior. i don't know what she was thinking. >> yeah. >> maybe she had a lot of fun at her promise in the '60s and she was walking down memory lane. >> she's going to do that thing she does.
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>> jimmy kimle, he had this long ruining feud. so last night ben afflack was invited and he had a surprise for jimmy. >> please welcome ben. what is going on here? what's happening here? what is going on here? >> it's moving. >> no, it's not. >> what is going on here? >> why are you touching me? >> i'm not touching you. >> that is not a guest segment.
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>> this is amazing. >> very cute. >> what's the feud about? >> we don't know. >> okay. right now this is when we normally go commercial break. but you know what? thanks to american express you guys are getting three more minutes of us. we'll start the three minute clock because we're not going to break yet. >> so count us down. >> we got three minutes. the new season of "the voice" kicked off and we were -- >>ing tonight. >> kicks off tonight. we were in the makeup room with carson today and we asked him some very important questions about the coaches. so take a look. >> who curses the most? >> without -- there's an easy answer here. that is adam levine. he curses like a sailor. >> who would you want to go on vacation with? >> or have you >> i have not
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>> hoda and i have. >> i would go with theriot. he's so zen. everyone is so chatty kathy. >> who is on their phone the most? >> that's a good question. >> who is on their phone the most. >> always looking down. >> i would have to say blake. >> really? >> very into himself. he googles himself all the time. hold on. this goes back to this whole thing. that's happening. he's constantly googling himself. look what they are saying about me now. what? >> that was fun. all right. if you can't get enough of that and who can there's more of that video on facebook. >> "the voice," the baseline
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famously said infamously a month ago came out and said black history month didn't really need to be in existence nor b.e.t. because she thought that created segregation. chris rock brought her out to say she's the new ambassador of outreach for diversity. she came out and said i can't wait to help everyone. >> did it fall flat? >> it's odd because she's a polarizing figure. what she's speaks of -- >> okay. but i do love "clueless." >> i think people didn't understand. >> it was a joke but he was making a joke and it did fall flat. >> leonardo dicaprio. he finally got his oscar and who was gazing at aim. >> kate winslet. she just gazed at him. i was gazing at him too.
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he was honored for an oscar. it's been a 20 year wait noirm. he got up and i think everyone -- there was a stand ovation. it was just like, everyone sort of loves him. but kate winslet was very -- adoringly looking at him. that's her husband. the attention is always on leo. >> what did people think about sly stellone. >> i thought he was great. it's a bummer because sly was sort of overlooked years ago for "rocky" so overlooked again. >> so was steven spielberg and tom thanks for that same movie. >> that's true. it was that title, "bride of
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seems like a rickety bridge. >> razzies. >> opposite side of things, razzies are the ones to honor the worse. they were held on saturday night. so "50 shades of grey" won. "fantastic four." >> more coming? >> next two. >> didn't 50 shades the mutual fund get nominated for an oscar. >> yes. >> it didn't win. it wasn't their year. >> the weekend did get -- and so did eddie he won a razzie. >> he said he was excited. it's only 8:00 in the morning and i already won an award. >> it's a bad, bad movie.
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"vanity fair." >> she gave a revealing interview in "vanity fair" and showed up at the oscars looking hot which is the best revenge. soups hot. so she basically said all the reports said that ben allegedly had an affair with a nanny. she said we separated months before she heard those rumblings. she said he's still the love of her life. they had three kids the evening you can't go through that without loving each other. she done regret marrying him. she said -- she was very honest but said he's complicated. when the sun shines on you it's warm and wonderful. when the sun goes way it's very cold and it can be really hard when he doesn't shine on you. he cast as large shadow. that either sounds like bad or good. what kind of shah dore we
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test. you have 15 seconds to transour trivia question. >> last week hoda and i became interns and spent the day working as park rangers, florists or dog roomers? >> i want to say dog groomers. >> yes. you win a fabulous vacation. you and a guest will be coming light to new york city. spend four days, three nights at the historic roosevelt hotel which was first opened in 1924. >> you'll get two tickets to see "chicago" on broad wayne round trip air fare is included all courtesy of roosevelt hotel. your excited? >> oh, my gosh. >> thank you so much for your support. buy sweetie. the stars shine at the oscars. >> could they have looked more fabulous with bobbie's redos?
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it's fundaymond and we're back with something we like to check out. >> bobbie's redo. bobbie thomas is back with touch ups from last night's oscars. >> up always feel badly about this because you love women. you're not trying to put the ladies down. >> definitely about having fun with fashion and i love interacting with you on my social media. you're asking me what if these two ladies swapped. this was the magic wand that we waved over the red carpet and we'll start with two of my absolute favorites. julianne moore, stunning in chanel. lady gaga one of her best looks. so interesting and pretty. it would look like if they swapped. >> because lady gaga is so blonde. >> look at julianne moore's hair
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combination. and lady gaga with the black. >> this look on lady gaga is washing her out. >> it's look. it's a little more contrast with the black. i like the blonde with the cut-outs. it's sophisticated. >> she wore brandon maxwell and that was chanel. next brie. i thought brie her first oscar red carpet i loved that this gucci dress. jennifer garner stunning. the only thing i cldn't help wonder was what if they swapped because i think her hair may have done better with that bright blue. so you see jennifer's brown hair and blue grabbed the contrast together. brie being her first oscar plus she won something timeless and classic that was something i would love to see. >> she's very young. this seems like an older dress to me.
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i think she did great with this. it's what it would have looked like. now cate blanchett. she can pull dresses out and it doesn't look like a disney dress. however, i thought with jennifer's new hair color what if she had done something more colorful. she always wears black, red, navy. so let's take a look. jennifer in a little bit of color. such an interesting kind of softer look and cate does no wrong. she can wear pretty much anything. it's unbelievable. >> interesting. now kate winslet. i love her. she's one of my favorite people in hollywood. she chose a fashion forward fabric. it was a custom dress. the only thing i wanted to see it was a heavy color and really kind of blocking.
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different ralph lauren dress. this was on his collection. it was on the runway. something that was interesting about this -- >> more slimming. >> it elongates her frame. >> when you wear strapless it can cut you. you're seeing this length. here with this asymmetrical shoulder and diagonal die as you're looking at an eye line like this. the drape on the dress goes out and this hip brings in. this was something that lightened her up overall and i thought in general i just thing she's so stunning it's cool she pulled something new off. she's been to so many of these award shows and it was nice. >> i like that. >> next sofia vergar. >> she often wears a dress that looks similar to the one she wore before. >> it's her signature look.
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is more more, or is less more? >> she has such statement earrings on. >> i liked the original. i thought well it lets the structure of the dress stand out but she's so -- this is marcasa. they are known for ornate construction or embellishment. >> beauty is another big trend that pops up on the carpet. red eyes. this red eye shadow, coppery pink. people are doing it in kind of -- >> it's not a good look for me. >> it can make your eyes look tired. i'm curious if people at home -- do they like this look or not like this look? >> we do love everybody. >> i liked this one. >> thank you. oscar fashions aren't the only thing trending, unfortunately, so is the flu.
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if you haven't gotten the flu this season you're not out of the woods yet. why the cdc says this year's vaccine is the most feekive in the last few tweaks flu has seen a sudden end spike. is it too late to get the flu vaccine and why is allergies coming on earlier than ever. >> here to help us is dr. natalie azar. >> people what was gotten the flu who got the flu shot. reading that stat is surprising. >> flu shot effectiveness is up
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>> what is it normally. >> that's good. usually 50% to 60%. we don't get to 100%. this year's flu vaccine, the strains that are covered are covering the predominant strain that's circulating right now. >> they got it right. >> they got it right this year. >> you should still get your flu shot now. >> absolutely. still get it. >> we're just getting to sort of the thick of it right now and flu season lasts until may. >> two weeks to inoculate. >> how do we know we have the flu or something else. >> fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, fatigue a couple of the symptoms. how do you distinguish between flu and common cold. has to do with the severity of the symptoms. with flu you're knocked out. you're too tired to even watch tv. you're exhausted.
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you're really sick for two to three days. one thing to mention, if you improve from the flu and then a couple of days later you get sick again worry about a secondary pneumonia. that's something to remind people of. >> what do you? are you supposed to take an antibiotic? >> if you're a young adult and relatively healthy stay at home. older than 65 or younger than teenage of 2 and we have a monitor, people another higher risk include people whose immune systems are kmd or pregnant. you should be tested. but you should be treated with anti-virals within the first 48 hours. they lessen the severity, duration and complications. >> something like tamiflu. >> and two others are available. >> let's talk allergies. people say i have allergies when you think flu. >> allergy season, sadly -- we
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with spring. they are seasonal. but they can start in february. a few factors that will also, you know, increase or earlier the on set of the allergy season has to do with the winter we've had. we had a mild winter. plants are pollinating early. >> the birds are going crazy. >> it's been wetter. more mold. pollen is the highest amount. dry windy. sometimes when there's a lot of rain washing the pollen away it rebounds. >> take your topicals. >> your over-the-counter. basically that's the last allergy treatment. allergy shots too. couple of things. can you prevent it? if you're allergic to something can you cure yourself of the allergy? not necessarily. one thing, know what your
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if you know that running outside in the morning, exercise inside. close your windows. close your screens. use air conditioning. check your pollen counts. get that with the weather report. outside doing yard work, take a shower. wash your hair. in terms of treatment -- so, yeah. the first line is definitely over-the-counter. use antihistamine and immunotherapy. >> sounds great. thanks doctor. >> it only happensnsnce every four years. >> presidential election. >> no leap dayay we're celebrating with fun trivia. >> people born on leap days are called what? >> lucky. leap frogs. leaplings or --
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today is leap day. beside the fact you get one r extra day this year how much do you know? >> "entertainment weekly" writer tim stack is back with a trivia challenge we're calling take a leap. all right, we're ready. >> when i read the questions you hit your buzzer and answer whichever one you think. which historical figure designated february 29th leap day, was it pope gregory xv 36r7b 36r7b 36r7b -- >> benjamin franklin. >> no. >> it was definitely pope gregory. >> nope. julius caesar. you know nothing.
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>> people born on leap days are called lucky, leap progress, -- leapfrogs, leaplings, leapers. >> i'm going with leaplings. >> yes. >> i knew it. >> so how do most people born on february 29th celebrate their birthday in a nonleap year. >> they go on march 1st. >> no. >> yes they do. >> february 28th. >> yes. >> that's notoriety. that's not their birthday. your birthday is the day after the 28th. >> what occurred on february 29th, 1960 that got men's hearts racing. marilyn moan reshoots iconic
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playboy club with bunnies wants. >> i'll say marilyn monroe. >> that's so sad. i'm going with ursula andress becomes the first bond girl. >> this is the worst game ever. >> the 2010 movie is about a woman who travels to dublin to propose marriage to her boyfriend. who of it? >> i'm going with the other adams. amy. >> you're correct. >> it's cute movie. >> there's a hot dude in that. matthew goode.
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you thought i didn't know that. >> what are your chances of being born on a leap day. one in 29, one in 366, 1 in 1461 or one in a million. >> one in a million. >> one in 366. >> one in 29. one in 1461. that's if i final answer >> you're correct. >> how is that? >> three nonleap years -- three nonleap years plus one leap year equals -- tie break. what classic comic character said leaping lizards. >> little orphan annie. >> little orphan annie. she said gee whiskers a lot and
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>> one more. >> which of these celebrities were born on february 29th. tony robins. krazy kat -- >> all of the above. >> ten lords aleaping. >> don't leap out of your seats yet. our favorite things are coming up. >> first this is "today" on nbc. degree gave women a motion-activated wristband to understand how much they move,... and created degree with motionsense. the world's first antiperspirant activated by movement, it has unique microcapsules that break with friction to release bursts of freshness all day. keeping you fresher with every move.
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>> bye. steve: i'm here to help. now, that's what i always say and that's what we say here at the start of every episode. it's actually the mission statement of the show. well, today i'm asking for your help. see, chicago, the city that i live in, where i tape this show, it's in the state of emergency. gun violence is robbing our community of so much life and promise every single day that it is time to act.
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all races and backgrounds who want change. every single one of these people back here has lost someone or been directly affected by the gun violence that's plaguing our city. they understand the crisis firsthand. well, now it's time for everybody in this country to understand. take a look. guns in america. the debate over gun control has been raging in this country for years. some cite the constitutional right to bear arms as a birthright and a corner stone on which this nation was built. others demand new legal restrictions, calling for an end to the number of death caused by mass shootings. the arguments on both sides are heated and passionate. but one thing is undeniable. gun violence is at epidemic proportions. the united states ranks first in the world in firearms per capita. the united states also has the highest homicide by firearm in


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