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fry who is is for enemy. >> he they are delicious. >> you can have call good morning, america. president trump saying he feels unwelcome in london this morning responding to that 20-foot baby blimp as protesters filled the streets. his interview overnight criticizing prime minister theresa may as he gets ready to meet with queen elizabeth. abc news exclusive. sarah palin firing back taking on the man who plays borat accusing sacha baron cohen of duping her and dishonoring america's war veterans with what she's calling a sick prank. she's live with us this morning only on "gma." an incredible survival story. the teenager treading water for ten hours after he was pulled out to sea by those dangerous riptides. the urgent warning before you go to the beach this weekend. and everybody get ready.
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♪ backstreet's back all right >> backstreet's back. they're larger than life and taking over central park. we know you want it that way for our biggest concert of the year. ♪ now throw your hands up in the air ♪ good morning, america. happy friday to everybody out there and we're so happy to have paula faris here with us this morning. >> it is great to be here and pardon us if we geek out just a little bit. >> all morning long. >> yes, this is exciting on "gma" because backstreet is back, all right and central park look at is jammed. those fans lining up all mornin. >> that's what i'm saying.
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that's crazy. everybody is fired up for their performance. can't wait to hear them perform their new song. >> we have a good crowd here. >> overflow. >> i guess you say free and people show up. [ laughter ] >> true. >> we also have that big exclusive this morning with sarah palin as well. she's taking on comedian sacha baron cohen and we're going to have a chance to talk to her later. >> talking to her live from alaska a little later. first the latest on president trump in the home stretch of his high-stakes trip to europe getting ready to have tea with the queen. already having harsh words for britain's prime minister in that explosive new interview overnight. terry moran is tracking it all for us from there in london. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, robin. well, here it is that blockbuster interview world exclusive in "the sun." it's all anybody is talking about. president trump harshly attacking prime minister's may's exit from brexit and saying her rival would make a great prime minister. when it came before cameras it
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was all about damage control. the president striking a different tone with theresa may. >> the relationship between our two nations is in december pncable. >> i have a lot of respect for the prime minister. >> reporter: he says he has his own audio of that interview. >> it's called fake news. we solve a lot of problems with the recording instrument. >> reporter: in the interview the u.s. president barging into british politics slamming prime minister may for her plan with brexit. >> i would have done it differently. i told theresa may how to do it. she didn't listen to me. she went the opposite way. >> reporter: an extraordinary threat. if britain does it her way, no
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trade deal. >> if they do that, the trade deal with the u.s. will not be made. that will probably end a major trade relationship with the united states. >> reporter: today a change of heart. >> once the brexit process is concluded and perhaps the uk has left the e.u. i don't know what they're going to do. whatever they do is okay with me. just make sure we can trade together. >> reporter: as protesters against the president gathered on the streets of london trump says he feels unwelcome singling out the baby blimp. >> to make me feel unwelcome, no reason for me to go to london. i used to love london. when they make you feel unwelcome, why would i stay there? >> reporter: the president got a proper british welcome before that interview was published.
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the president delighted by a military parade. the pomp and circumstance doesn't end there. today the president meets with queen elizabeth for tea praising her. >> for so many years she represented a country, she's really never made a mistake. you don't see anything embarrassing. she's just an incredible woman. >> reporter: they'll meet here at windsor castle. the queen has met with every u.s. president in her long reign except for lynn don johnson who never made a trip to the uk. that tea a high point for the couple for >> i think you're right about that. michael. >> thank you, robin. thousand to the extraordinary congressional hearing pitting an fbi agent accused of anti-trump bias against angry republican lawmakers. at one point a congressman getting personal alluding to peter strzok's extramarital affair during the testimony. abc's chief justy correspondent pierre thomas has more from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: michael, good
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morning. that's right. the fbi agent who wrote those belligerent text messages slamming candidate donald trump was on capitol hill in an explosive in your face hearing, unlike anything we've seen for quite some time. >> not once in my 26 years of defending our nation did my personal opinions impact any official action i took. >> reporter: fbi agent peter strzok defending himself in that dramatic congressional hearing. strzok under fire for those text messages to fbi lawyer lisa page where at one point he calls trump an idiot. with page responding, he's awful. in another exchange page writing, god, trump is a loathsome human. strzok responding yet he may win. america will get what the voting public deserves. >> mr. strzok and others inside the fbi and doj turned our system of justice on its head and that's why we're here and why this matters. >> reporter: republicans
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accusing strzok of allowing bias to impact his role in the clinton email investigation and his time working on the russia probe. >> i've talked to fbi agents around the country. you've embarrassed them. you've embarrassed yourself. >> reporter: but strzok fought back. >> i don't appreciate what was originally said. >> i don't give a damn what you appreciate. i don't appreciate having an fbi agent with an unprecedented level of animus working on two major investigations. >> reporter: it got personal. >> and i can't help but wonder when i see you looking there with a little smirk how many times did you look so innocent into your wife's eye and lie to her about -- >> have you no -- >> have you no decency? >> this is intolerable. >> what's wrong with that? you need your medication. >> i have always told the truth. the fact that you would accuse me otherwise, the fact that you would question whether or not that was the sort of look i would engage in with a family member who i have acknowledged hurting goes more to a
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discussion of your character and what you stand for. >> reporter: democrats repeatedly pushed back accusing republicans of trying to undermine robert mueller's investigation. >> hearing is a kangaroo court. it's a three-ring circus. >> reporter: and democrats claim if strzok really wanted to hurt his chances to become president he would have leaked the fbi fact they were investigating russian meddling and potential ties to the trump campaign. he never did. that hearing was about as partisan as you can get and house republicans are expected to bring lisa page to capitol hill for a brgrilling behind closed doors. paula. >> thank you, wow, was that hearing very uncomfortable to watch. thanks again, pierre. now to an exclusive new report on president trump's former personal lawyer, new documents suggest that michael cohen was using his white house connections in his business dealings to sign contracts with major corporations worth millions.
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abc's kyra phillips is in washington on the story for us. good morning to you, kyra. >> reporter: good morning. it all started when michael cohen set up a company to pay off adult film aye interest stormy daniels. but now we're learning about the money that went into that company including $1.2 million from a swiss drugmaker. cohen's lawyer says he was just hired to advise on health care policy but senate democrats say he was offering up even more. this morning, an exclusive look at michael cohen's emails and why one major pharmaceutical company paid him more than a million dollars. what were they after? senate democrats say promises of back door access to the trump white house. in these emails laid out in a 21-page report they say michael cohen is marketing his presidential access to joe jiminez former ceo of novartis and crossing ethical lines. michael cohen even signing his emails personal counsel to
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president donald j. trump. jiminez appearing to seize an opportunity writing to cohen, i am forwarding you some ideas to lower drug costs in the u.s. cohen replying, received and i will forward to you their suggestions. what were the advantages for novartis? >> what novartis in my view wanted and it sure looks like they got it, was a direct line of access to the white house. >> reporter: cohen's attorney lanny davis telling abc news mr. cohen, who never introduced anyone from novartis to anyone in the administration or congress did not sell access. now, paula, you'll remember cohen once said he'd take a bullet for the president but in that interview with george he signaled he may cooperate with investigators. this morning the white house is declining comment on our story
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and novartis telling senate democrats the email exchanges were not part of their contracts at all with cohen. >> all right, cohen also saying his only loyalty is to his family. kyra, thank you for that exclusive reporting this morning. robin? >> now to the government re-opening the investigation into one of the most notorious muirs in u.s. history, the lynching of 14-year-old emmett till in mississippi 63 years ago. many are hoping this will lead to an anti-lynching law. linsey davis is here with more on this. >> good morning, robin. this move from the department of justice comes after bombshell revelations in a recent book about the landmark case of racial violence. emmett till was killed in 1955 after a white woman alleged the 14-year-old whistled at her and grabbed her by the waist. the woman's husband and brother-in-law were later acquitted by an all white jury and in an interview for the book "the blood of emmett till," carolyn bryant donham
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reportedly recants some of her original testimony. she said till had merely insulted her and nothing he ever did possibly could justify what happened to him. overnight till's family released a statement to abc news saying, we appreciate the overwhelming support from around the nation in response to this historic update and, robin, it's not clear if 63 years later if donham face perjury charges. >> the two men are now dead. she is 84 years old. what is the hope here? i think people will be surprised that we're talking about an anti-lynching law. that that is not already on the books is it. >> reporter: a lot are surprised and that ultimately is the goal. people are hoping there will be some kind of change because of this. >> finally some justice for emmett. >> yes. the urgent beach warning. one teen learning just firsthand how dangerous those rip currents can be treading water for ten hours after he was pulled to sea. abc's victor oquendo has the story. >> reporter: this morning a frightening reminder of the power of rip currents. >> i tried to put up the fight of my life and i couldn't -- i couldn't win.
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>> reporter: 19-year-old blake spataro was standing in waiste deep water when a rip current swept him into the ocean. >> dispatch all water units. advising a 19-year-old male is missing for 30 minutes and hear him yelling for help but can't see him. >> reporter: for ten hours as the coast guard launched a massive search, blake struggled to survive adrift in the ocean. >> i saw lights and trees for miles and it felt so, so cruel just to be that far out from civilization when it's right in front of you. >> i was up and down the beach all night screaming, hollering. >> reporter: finally coming ashore at this golf course. >> how quickly can you get swept up in one of those currents? >> it can be instant. >> reporter: this aerial view shows how easy it can be. to get swept away. the waves breaking on shore like tentacles. scientists illustrating it by using green dye. now, if you're trying to stop a rip current you can't do elevat
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position. once you do that, take a look out at the ocean and look for a break or a gap in the waves. also maybe foam or seaweed accumulating out there. you can always just ask a lifeguard as well. always safest to swim at a beach where a life guard is present. remember, if you can't see them chances are they can't see you. michael. >> all right, thank you so much, victor. great advice. make sure you take somebody with you if you go out in the ocean. now to serena williams, the triumphant return to wimbledon, cruising into the final less than a year after giving birth. the grand slam queen going for her eighth title at the famed tournament and abc's eva pilgrim is right there this morning. >> oh, man. >> she got the lucky assignment. >> she got the gig. >> got to go to wimbledon. good morning, eva. >> reporter: good morning. i definitely got the good straw this time. the queen of the centre court is back. serena wimbledon has become as much a part of wimbledon as pimm's and strawberries and cream. so many wondering could she do it? well, serena making a statement
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juggling motherhood and her tennis career. >> and serena wins. breaks to win the semifinal. >> reporter: ten months after giving birth serena williams is headed to the finals at wimbledon for the tenth time. >> this is not inevitable for me. i had a really tough delivery and, you know, i had to have multiple surgeries and almost didn't make it, to be honest, and so i remember i couldn't even walk to my mailbox. so it's definitely not normal for me to be in a wimbledon final. so i'm taking everything as it is and enjoying every moment. >> reporter: no woman has ever been as dominant here as serena, but many critics wondered if it was possible for her to return to top form after the birth of her daughter and the health complications that followed. those health problems forced the 23-time grand slam winner to australian and french opens and left critics to question whether she could ever return to top form post baby.
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even getting into wimbledon this year was an ordeal. her maternity leave caused her her to petition tournament organizers for a higher seed. but with her place in the finals solidified and her baby by her side every step of the way -- >> yes, your dreams can come true too. >> reporter: serena is ready to prove that she's back and better than ever. and on saturday serena will take on angelique kerber in a rematch of their 2016 final. serena won that one, michael, so all eyes will be on centre court tomorrow. >> eva, i hear serena may have a royal audience for the final. >> reporter: well, she definitely will have a royal audience. kate middleton, will be here and she'll be here with her new sister-in-law, the duchess of
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of serena's and has been at wimbledon before watching and she will be here tomorrow watching her friend. serena was actually at their wedding in may. >> oh, yeah. i like that. go to your wedding, you come to the finals when i make it to wimbledon? eva, thank you so much. >> sounds like a great exchange. >> enjoy wimbledon. enjoy it. >> very happy for serena. >> very happy for her. worked hard and can only imagine less than a year after giving birth. >> her 24th grand slam. >> like she's got nothing to lose right now. >> not long ago couldn't walk to the mailbox. >> true. >> that shows you how amazing she is. >> this is something marvelous. summer sights in new york city. manhattanhenge. residents flocking to get the perfect instagram of the perfect sunset illuminating the streets with that gorgeous orange glow but an unexpected eclipse rolled into the picture. going to show it right here. a double decker bus. >> oh. oh. >> you can hear them. you can hear them reacting.
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>> they are not happy. >> do they get another chance? isd it, if the bus got in your way tonight is your last chance of 2018 if you haven't seen it yet. paula, you haven't seen it. >> well, i had seen it. i didn't know the term for it. i just learned something. manhattanhenge. >> we always learn something from ginger. >> yes, we will. really nice weather tonight by the way so, paula, you're good. got to quickly tell you more flash flooding possible from southern california to utah. all that monsoon moisture right in the middle of the nation too.
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good morning, east bay. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. >> good morning. it's 7:23 on this friday the 13th. this is not what you want to have happen when your flight takes off from sfo. talk about bad luck. united flight 863 had to make an emergency landing at 12:35 this morning. now, it was supposed to be going back shortly after takeoff and passengers say one of the engines burst into flames. some heard two loud sounds and then saw two big sparks. good news here, no one got hurt. the airline says the passengers are being booked on other flights and they are now inspecting that aircraft. alexis, hopefully nothing like that happening on the roads. >> oh, goodness, no. not so far this morning, anyway. we are looking at a pretty empty bay bridge toll plaza, although those metering lights are still on as of just about two hours
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ago. right around 5:23 this morning was the actual time. and we're still looking at residual delays from a crash off on the shoulder. southbound 880 near tennyson, so you're
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and we have a couple of sprinkles move through the north bay earlier this morning. live doppler 7 tracking all the activity. zoom in a little bit closer into the north bay, and you can see the action around 101. a couple of drops on the windshield wipers are moving on 101, as well. we'll show you what's going to happen over the next couple of hours. keep that chance of drizzle in around 9:00 in the morning. by the afternoon, reggie, we'll see a little bit more in the way of sunshine to finish out the day. >> ah, there's that sun. thanks, rview with sarah palin, former alaska governor who claims she was duped by actor sacha baron cohen, that is next on "gma." another abc 7 news update in
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♪ i want it that way ♪ i want it that way that is a party. >> that is a party. welcome back to "gma" and take a look at that. what an amazing crowd this morning. fans have been lined up all night getting ready to party in the park with the one and only backstreet boys and they're not joking around. look at those lines. many fans, they lined up overnight waiting to see the boy band and we cannot wait to see them either. this takes me back. >> it does. >> two-step days. >> oh, look at you. >> get the routine. the. >> choreography. >> we'll leave it right there. >> i asked my 10-year-old daughter if she knows who the backstreet boys were. weren't they the one direction of your generation and part of me died just a little part of me died inside.
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can't wait to see them. much more on that ahead. the top headlines we're following. president trump will meet queen elizabeth this morning as he reacts to that 20-foot baby blimp in london saying he feels unwelcome in london. also right now we want you to check your cereal, the cdc is tweeting 100 salmonella infections in 33 states have been linked to kellogg's honey smacks cereal. do not eat it because many of the people infected have been hospitalized. this could be a very lucky friday the 13th for at least one person out there. the mega millions jackpot is up to $340 million. that's one of the biggest in lottery's history. don't hold your breath. the odds are winning are roughly 1 in 302 million. but somebody has to win is there >> they say that and there's always one winner. >> there's always a chance. >> you can't win if you don't play. >> there you go. we'll continue with that abc news exclusive. sarah palin taking on comedian sacha baron cohen. she claims that cohen pretended
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to be a disabled veteran to dupe her into an interview for his upcoming series on showtime. now the comedian appears to dispute her version of events. sarah palin standing by live from her home in alaska. cannot wait to speak to hush. whit johnson will bring us up to speed. >> reporter: sarah palin is not the only one wrapped up in this. roy moore from alabama is threatening legal action against sacha baron cohen, dick cheney, ted koppel, the list goes on with some calling for a boycott of the upcoming show. >> they say the difference between a hockey mom and pit bull, lipstick. >> reporter: this morning, former alaska governor and vp candidate sarah palin locked in escalating war of worlds with one of comedies biggest names. >> kill every single terrorist. >> reporter: palin publicly blasting sacha baron cohen behind outrageous controversial characters like borat and ali g.
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>> do you ever think man will walk on the sun? >> no. >> reporter: claiming the prankster duped her for his upcoming show "who is america" on showtime. palin saying she walked out of 9 interview last november with a man show believes was cohen heavily disguised as a disabled u.s. veteran. on thursday, cohen retweeting this post from an account with the name billy wayne ruddick, jr., ph.d. which some believe is the name of his character on the show. the post reading i did not say i was a war vet. i was in the service, not military, but united parcel. palin has long been a staunch supporter of the military. her son track served in the army and her 2008 running mate john mccain was a prisoner of war. in a new post on facebook overnight, palin calling his tweet another list of unfunny lies which she says is a pathetic attempt to punk not just my daughter and me again
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but now the public. thank god people are wise to hollywood's bs and said, enough. the series "who is america?" is set to premiere this sunday. abc news has made multiple attempts to get an official response from sacha baron cohen and showtime but so far no comment. robin. >> okay, whit, thank you. now former alaska governor sarah palin is good enough to join us now live from her home there in wasilla, alaska. governor palin, thank you very much. always look forward to spending a little time with you. appreciate you getting up so early to be with us. okay, let's get right to it. all righty. much appreciation, i have to say this, much appreciation for how you've always spoken out on behalf of veterans. what led to you believe that you were going to talk about that with the person that was going to interview you? >> well, it was proposed to me as a legitimate interview to
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speak about veterans' issues and our military and current events to a new audience. it was supposed to be this big-time showtime documentary and it was passed on to me by a speaker's bureau which i would assume had done some vetting, but, you know, this quote/unquote comedian is obviously very good at lying, at duping people because look at the long list now since i've come out and described my experience. all these other guys, all these men coming out now saying, oh, yeah, me too. >> what was the moment in the interview when you said, oh, wait a minute, this isn't right here and you got up and you walked out? what led up to that moment? >> yeah, he started showing me these graphs and statistics that had like typos in them and just didn't quite look right and part of this propaganda, this data, he was showing me had something to do with sex changes and
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transgenderism. then he brought up chelsea clinton and said that she was a recipient of a government funded sex change and, you know, it just got worse and worse and worse as the minutes went on in this bizarre really embarrassing, humiliating interview that, you know, it mocked middle class americans. it mocked our values. it mocked the disabled and it just got worse and worse and, you know, it was occurring to me whatever this show is, whatever this interview really is is all about humiliation and devaluing middle class americans whom i represent. so, yeah, i said enough was enough and i took off my mike and walked out and since then nobody returns my calls. they had given us fake names as to producers and anybody involved in the show so nobody has taken me up on my offer for them to donate the proceeds from this show to veterans' organizations that truly support
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and respect our vets. >> i know you've asked for them to do it and no response. we asked showtime to show us a clip because there are claims that he is saying that he did not portray himself as a disabled veteran and we asked for a clip so we could see it and they refused to give us one. so how do you respond to them saying that he was not indeed acting as an injured veteran? >> well, this actor, this comedian, whomever he is, he's a proven liar. so nobody can believe a word he is saying now as to his rebuttal but the tweet or letter that he had posted yesterday, his explanation as to who he really is, you know, i mean the very first line in that that gave it away even the letter to the public explaining himself is a paro parody. he wasn't able to join the military because he had bone
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spurs in his testes. read a line like that and, you know, man, this guy doesn't quit. he just -- you know, he thinks this kind of stuff is funny and mocking the disabled and mocking and belittling our vets with his portrayal, in my book, it's not funny. >> in the many books it's not funny. it definitely crossed the line and many do share your outrage. don't get me wrong. many share your outrage. there have been people saying, aren't you playing into what they want because many people didn't even realize this show was happening and now this is bringing more attention to it. are you concerned about that? >> that's a good point but, see, cbs and showtime, they're going to be pimping this thing hard. to people will hear about it anyway. so for me to get out there and let people know what's coming, i think, is important and if people tune in to the show then they're going to see how middle class americans are mocked and our values are mocked. this comedian too, he mocks gays, he mocks jews, he does these other episodes where the
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intent is to humiliate. it's to parody something that is important to an individual or an entity or group of people and, again, you know, if people do decide to tune in, they'll hear about it anyway. if they tune in, well, the ill-gotten gains by cbs and showtime, those, i say, need to be donated to people who deserve the gains. >> yeah, and other people are calling for us not to watch it at all and boycott it. what's next for you? do you have any political aspirations? what does sarah palin want to do next? >> i am very thankful i have a platform now still. you know, proof that you don't need an office and a title to get out there and make a difference and stand up for what you really believe in and what you believe is going to help this country. i appreciate the position i'm in now but certainly always ready to go through an open door that perhaps is in my future to get out there and serve the public.
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i would love to. >> thank you very much. and i appreciate your willingness always to come on the air and to share your perspective and your views and i can't believe that piper is 17. when i was at your home there in 2010 she was like a little one running around the backyard and now she's here 17 years old. i know she was with you when you went to do the interview. give her my best and all your family. >> yeah, absolutely, piper, remember, she was the one who helped you put your snow machine helmet on as you went snow machining with todd around the lake so, yeah, we have good memories of you being up here. >> i do too. my best to you and your family. in all sincerity many share your outrage, always appreciate you being outspoken and appreciate you sharing your views here on "good morning america." you all have a good weekend. >> thanks. >> take care. and we'll be right back. 240 floors in the air. [ gasps ] mom! do exactly what i say. run!
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♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪ we are back now with the new plot twist in that plane connection capturing the internet's attention. the woman at the center of the story is now breaking her silence and erielle reshef is here with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that budding high flying romance now be taking a nosedive this morning. the woman at the center of the story calling it a cautionary tale. what started out as a simple seat swap on an airplane quickly became an overnight viral sensation. >> it felt like honestly it was like being in a movie and we were the two best friends.
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>> reporter: alaska air passenger rosie blair switched seats with a fellow passenger then live tweeted as the woman who took her seat flirted with a handsome man next to her. >> they were both athletic and cute and they struck up a conversation immediately. >> reporter: blair posting updates as the two strangers got acquainted and quickly got closer. sharing a first meal and even getting to know each other's families. >> i love it. they're going to get married and have babies. >> reporter: her post garnering more than 750,000 likes and endorsements from lena dunham who tweeted, this deserves an emmy and a pulitzer. the man turned out to be a retired professional soccer player and model who seemed to get a kick out of his sudden fame. >> a friend of mine wife actually tweeted me a link and said, oh, my gosh, i recognize you. >> reporter: but this morning the woman he was flirting with
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is furious saying in a statement to "business insider" that she does not want to be named and blair invaded her right to privacy by eavesdropping on her airplane conversation and posting pics without her permission. as a result she says she was forced to scrap all her social media accounts. blair wondered if anyone wanted to turn her tweets into a film is now expressing regret to the woman writing, i apologize for taking what should have been a small mundane moment of cheeriness and turning it into something foul and overamplified. that former soccer player posted a video on twitter saying the online harassment is sad and put damper on an turn of events. looked like they kind of liked each other. >> i don't know. i don't like the invasion of privacy. >> yeah. >> i'm with you there. >> plane bae no longer. >> i admit i was nosy and followed. >> a lot of people did. >> i was really nosy. coming up, backstreet is back.
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>> good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. president trump blasting prime minister theresa may in an interview during his visit to britain. his reaction to that 20-foot baby blimp that's over london this morning as protesters fill the streets. president trump gets ready to meet with queen elizabeth. new this morning, teens and hypertension. what you need to know about getting your kids' blood pressure checked. dr. ashton here to break it down for you. one grizzly story. shopping chaos across the country as parents and kids try to get into the build-a-bear workshop after a massive promotion. the unbearable backlash right now. deal or no deal. amazon prime day just days away. one of the biggest sales of the year but are you really getting
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good discounts and how you can zero in on the very best ones. ♪ i want it that way and you want it this way but are you ready? the backstreet boys are here live. we've had all kind of viewer videos pouring in for our lip-sync challenge including our own "gma" intern. now lines up and down fifth avenue this morning, one of our most crowded concerts ever. all ahead as they say -- >> good morning, america! ♪ your one desire ♪ yes i know ♪ it's too late >> we do say good morning. hang on. it's almost time for the backstreet boys. fans lining up all night long for our biggest concert of the summer. >> look at that crowd. it is larger than life. 5,000 fans and counting waiting for the backstreet boys to take
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the stage on their 25th anniversary. some have been waiting all night. >> all through the night but ♪ everybody ♪ ♪ yeah yeah >> going wild in central park. and there they are right now. backstreet boys. i'm headed to central park right now. i'm going to go join them. i'm the sixth member of the band. >> we'll see you out there in a few minutes, michael. but first president trump is in london meeting with the queen later today after what had to be an awkward morning with prime minister theresa may. trump's interview blasting the british prime minister was released overnight. back to terry moran. he's there in london. >> reporter: president trump outside of london with theresa may capping off a head spinning 24 hours there. he says the relationship between u.s. and britain is the highest level of special. that's just a few hours after this story hit the streets of
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britain. president trump attacking prime minister's policies on brexit and saying if her policies do go through there won't be any u.s./uk trade deal. in front of the cameras, an about face. >> once the brexit process is concluded and perhaps the uk has left the e.u. i don't know what they'll do. whatever they do is okay with me. that's your decision. just make sure we can trade together. >> reporter: president trump called this paper fake news. the editor said listen to the recording. we were fair. up next high tea with the at win sodsor castle. it will be an affair for the president and melania trump who says she admires the queen. it will be hard to make tea with the president controversial. we'll just have to wait and see.
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>> we'll see what happens indeed. thank you very much. we want to move to a triumphant scene at a missouri courtroom after the johnson & johnson verdict. the company was ordered to pay almost $4.7 billion in damages to 22 women who claim their talcum powder products contributed to their ovarian cancer. in a statement johnson & johnson said it remains confident that its products do not cause ovarian cancer. they go on to say they will continue to fight this in court. johnson & johnson has been sued by over 9,000 women. >> all right, paula. coming up that dramatic jump in teens with high blood pressure. dr. ashton is here with the reasons why. an how to keep your family safe. plus big savings coming up for amazon prime day. one of our favorite days of the year, the best things to buy, what to skip and how other retailers are stepping up. >> what's that other thing going on today? oh, that's right. backstreet. >> there's a concert. >> larger than life. taking over central park. plus, our super fan cover band backstage.
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♪ can't you see can't you see ♪ can't you see can't you see welcome back to "gma." happy friday. check out a very happy crowd there in central park this morning. they're ready. they are ready for the backstreet boys and so are we. it's our biggest party in the park of the summer. it's just moments away. michael couldn't wait. he's already out there. >> he left us. >> we're heading out that way. >> he left me for backstreet boys. >> you're not taking it very well. >> no, i'm not.
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but you guys we have fun stuff today. in "pop news," lesson in marketing, don't make your promotion too good. build-a-bear's pay your age deal turned into total chaos when thousands of parents and kids lined up in malls across america creating hours of long lines with many kids going home empty handed. it was true panda-monium. i promise you only one of those. there were like five originally. you're welcome. >> i don't know if we can bear anymore puns. >> i just cut you off. >> i couldn't help myself. this promotion giving parents the opportunity to buy their kids one for just the price of their age when typically they go for $30 a pop up to $80 but $80 stores ended up hours after doo opened due to crowds and safety
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concerns. now the company is apologizing and giving out $15 vouchers to disappointed customers and i'm not going to do that last line. it was another pun. it made me sad because i know kids go home disappointed. there's a point when you're waiting for six hours of your time, the kids probably flipping out that you have to say maybe is wasn't worth it. maybe, yeah. but next up the 2018 emmy nominations, "game of thrones," one of my favorites led the pack with 22 nominations, the most of any show and netflix made history with a whopping 112. >> whoop! >> do that again robin. >> really? >> whoop! . >> breaking hbo's 17-year streak for the most nominations for a network. this is cool too. sandra oh going straight into the record books becoming the first asian woman to be nominated for best lead actress in a drama series for her work >> she is celebrating after hearing the big news. omg, but that's super cool. she's amazing. >> she is. >> john legend is knocking on the door of the egot clubhouse. he has grammy, an oscar and tony an now he's nominated for an emmy for his work in "jesus
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christ superstar." he's crossing his fingers particularly because it's for his acting which he says isn't his day job. >> multifaceted. >> nothing he can't do. >> a good roundup. i'm such a throner. i'm >> is what what we are called? >> i have a mother of dragons shirt i sleep in. >> i should just call you khaleesi. >> or do that. >> no more flashback to the weekends. >> sorry everybody. >> love it. >> i love it. >> that's it, guys. >> that's it? >> no. >> oh. >> clearly michael has already moved along to backstreet boys so you can too. >> all right, sarah. >> wait, wait, no, i did have one more. sryso celebs like ciara have recorded this dance and mimicking driving a car. we have a winner. check out will smith is budapest, hungary. climbing the chain bridge.
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he begins by doing his version of the challenge on top. he's no stranger to stunts and action but he writes he was terrified up there which is why his dance moves are kind of stiff, but that didn't stop the man himself drake from commenting, wow, the video is done and i add, now it really is done. what? >> it's not your first day on the job. >> kind of is. >> now i can say have a good weekend. >> thank you. for the second time. >> thank you so much. ginger in central park. >> oh, this crowd, you guys, i think we have absolutely found . this is mia. she's in a real wedding dress. she said brian will you marry me? >> my >>erus wunta. e hu ready for backst
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now to our "gma" cover story. an alarming new study showing a spike in teens with high blood pressure. saying nearly 800,000 more teens have it. that staggering jump based on new guidelines that our chief medical associate dr. jennifer ashton has. this is alarming. >> you don't think of the word teens and hypertension in the same sentence, but we now know
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it's a major issue and identifying it early is important. if that goes on to adults with hypertension it's a setup for cardiovascular disease, stroke. last year there were new guidelines and lowered the threshold to 130/80. that is now the cut off for youths and teens. a recent study by the cdc wanted to look at the numbers in the country and found that one in seven u.s. teens or youths had blood pressure greater than 130/80. and about 800,000 now met this new diagnosis. so that's concerning. the good news is even though they've lowered the threshold bringing in more people with that diagnosis, overall the numbers are going down, so kind of a good news/bad news situation. >> so, of course, the next question is medications? >> some case, yes, but here's the important thing when you're talking about this age group. lifestyle modifications are key. so what does that mean? we start with food is your medicine. most are familiar with lowering sodium. increase foods with potassium just as important and daily
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exercise can lower those numbers. yes, in certain children -- not will need medication. >> look elsewhere first. >> absolutely. >> especially at that young age. if you're a parent and listening to this -- >> when this instrument is brought out at your next doctor's visit, here are some things you need to know. that blood pressure needs to be checked in both arms. the numbers should be almost the same. you have to use the proper size cuff. if you use one too small you will get a falsely high number. you should be doing this on bare skin, so if you come in in the winter and wearing a sweater and someone puts a cuff on over that sweater, not the right way to do it. even if you get one high number, robin, that needs to be repeated two or three times. don't worry. this is not something we make with -- a lot of people get nervous when they go to the doctor. hopefully not my office. >> i know, not at all. >> but also doesn't hurt to have one at home. >> there are automatic ones that are really important and good ts >> it's digital. >> super easy. >> have a great weekend.
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>> you too robin. >> you can go to the park. >> let's do it. it's in my head. all those songs. >> i'll beheadi heading out the soon. i want to talk about this discovering a family secret. two adopted women looking for their birth mother and each other and so much more. their late mother cindy concealed her pregnancies and their births and deborah roberts reporting for "20/20" following them on a journey to find out why that same mother kept and raised her two other, their biological brothers, but not them. >> reporter: andrea has discovered a sister, heather and together they're going to meet two brothers they never even knew they had. >> super nervous. kind of have a stomach ache. >> reporter: and someone else, their biological dad. >> oh, boy. >> hi. >> hi. >> how's it going? >> good. >> hi. >> i'm andrea. >> hi.
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>> nice to meet you. >> finally face-to-face with brother aaron who answers the door and then their father dwight. >> you were meeting your biological father and two brothers that you never had any idea existed. >> i can't even describe the feeling. it was crazy. dwight just immediately started talking to us and telling us everything that he knew about our mother. >> you guys look like mom big time. >> didn't even know she was pregnant with you or heather. >> she hid everything, all those pregnancies, he had no idea about. >> most people will look at this and say, how could this be? how could your wife give birth and you have no idea? >> i still question it myself today wondering how did i miss it? >> he says when their mother cindy was pregnant with their sons aaron and dennis, she barely showed. >> her stomach wasn't big at all. seemed like she gained a little weight to the face. >> you are living together in the same house, you're sleeping together in the same bed.
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you must have seen her disrobe, you must have -- >> yeah, we slept in the same bed. >> you never recalled her looking pregnant. >> no, not ever. >> how is it possible that his wife could give birth and he knew nothing about it. >> i've worked with families and people question how could no one know. how could you hide a nine-month pregnant belly? women do it all the time. >> the answer may lie in a strange notation on cindy's death certificate. unattended birth associated with psychotic denial. >> to deny a pregnancy is a recognized psychological condition, kind of as a defense mechanism. she's in denial that she's pregnant. >> reporter: susan hatters-friedman studied the disorder and said it's surprisingly common. 1 in 400 women may suffer from some form. >> it seems difficult to believe, absolutely, but in many of these cases, yeah, the family doesn't know, the husband or partner doesn't know at all about the pregnancy. the woman may have some idea she's pregnant intellectually
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but pushes it from her mind until she can no longer do so because she's suddenly giving birth. >> reporter: for "good morning america," deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> and tonight on "20/20," you can find out how many more times her mother gave birth without anyone in her family knowing. that's at 10:00 p.m. eastern here on abc. now to michael who has made his way to central park. michael. >> hey, robin. you hear the excited crowd because the countdown is on. the backstreet boys and the countdown is also on because in just three days, amazon prime day will be here on us. rebecca jarvis is back with a look at some of the -- at the biggest shopping day of the year and whether or not these deals live up to the hype. >> because that is the question, michael. yes, it's three days away to prime day which kicks off on monday. but the question is, it is amazon's biggest shopping day of the year. even bigger than black friday but the question is, is the deal really a deal?of t year thisea
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romises prime day ain bonapand from 30 to 36 hours kicking off monday. but do the deals actually live up to the hype? >> about 50% of the products sold on amazon are actually sold through amazon's third party marketplace oftentimes sold actually above average retail value. >> reporter: analysts say you'll find the best prices on amazon branded goods including electronics, clothing, accessories and furniture. but that you can generally skip any luxury goods or high-end beauty products. >> oftentimes we see on sites like walmart or macy's that might be at a better deal. >> reporter: expect to see the deepest discounts available exclusively for order on amazon devices like the echo. >> alexa, what are your deals?
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>> i have several exclusive deals. >> they are very much trying to ingrain consumers into the behavior of shopping via voice technology. >> reporter: with good reason, according to one study amazon echo owners spend 66% more than the average amazon customer. plus, keep in mind, amazon isn't the only place for deals on prime day. best buy, lowe's and ebay are among others all offering their own discounts throughout the month of july. a lot of retailers are doing instantaneously price match so a great day to shop not just shop on amazon. >> it is a great day to shop, michael, prime day monday but keep in mind why amazon is doing this black friday in july. not only are they doing more sales obviously that's good for their business but prime memberships. this is a huge day for sign ups for prime membership which by the way you can sign up for free as a trial, that 30-day free trial. good thing to do. prime members spend way more,
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two times as much on amazon than nonprime members so they love to get you to sign up for that prime membership. >> maybe i have to sign up for that. how do you know if it's a good deal? that's the question. >> that is the question. so the biggest thing you can do is download the app camel camel camel. go to their website. i know you love the name. three camels. go to that website. they will track the price history for you and tell you if the price today is truly cheaper than the price three weeks ago, three days ago, whatever it is and also another thing you can do is put things in your cart right now and see if they drop in price come monday. >> camel camel camel. i thought camels had two humps not three. we have a guide to some of those deals for prime day on our website, make sure you check that out. we're going to go over to ginger. what's going on, ginger? >> my goodness, michael, we are down here in the crowd finding little jewels. huge back street fans. check out this vintage t-shirt from a concert she went to in the year 2000. that's why their faces look like they've been cking f r summboys from
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se. it seems like everybody has been counting down all week long. we received submissions from near and far of your best impressions of the boy band. you got to look at this. ♪ backstreet's back all right >> reporter: the blockbuster multiplatinum boy band is back. ♪ don't want to hear you ♪ ain't nothing but a heartbreak ♪ >> and so are its super fan, hundreds of videos from our viewers at home paying tribute. ♪ you are my fire ♪ everybody joining in on the fun from humans to whales. ♪ don't wanna hear you. ain't nothing but a heartache ♪ >> reporter: on the ground. and up in the sky. only wanting it that way. ♪ i want it that way >> reporter: this family reaching the stars singing their hearts out in a space museum.
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♪ tell me >> reporter: our very own "gma" interns knocking it out of the park. ♪ tell me why i never want to hear you say ♪ ♪ i want it that way [ cheers and applause ] >> way too much fun. thank you for all those submissions. i am here with the boy band project. you saw them yesterday. you're here. you're behind the scene. >> i can't believe it. >> it's amazing. >> it feels good. it feels right. something you've been working for your whole lives. >> right where we belong, yeah. >> if you didn't catch it yesterday, these guys are the boy band project, paying tribute all the time. what is the one thing you want to do if you get the chance to meet these guys? >> we want to sing with them. really bad. >> so can we do a collaboration? would that be possible? i mean they can add four more members. >> yeah. >> all right, shall we do a little audition together? >> yeah. you join in.
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it does a little like this. right. let's do it. right, left, uh, uh. right, left. uh, uh. be a boy band with us. stay with us for the real deal. backstreet boys coming back in just a couple minutes. right here on "good morning america." [ applause ] [ applause ] it's the most interesting free rolling podcast going. listen to the abc podcast.
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good morning, north bay. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc 7 mornings. >> hi. good morning. i'm jessica castro from abc 7 mornings. this is not what you want to have happen when your flight takes off from sfo. united flight 863 had to make an emergency landing at 12:35 this morning. and it was headed to sydney, australia, when it had to turn back shortly after takeoff. passengers say one of the engines burst into flames. they actually heard a loud noise and saw sparks. the good news is, no one was hurt. the airline says it's booking peaks on other flights and is now inspecting that plane. alexis? multcacrh, fouroese nnyvale. l were blocked on e. rthbouust fremont. they w get a couple of lanes back -- or excuse me,
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the far left lane open. the fast lane. but that backup is quickly forming. another slow spot westbound 92 across san mateo bridge. disabled vehicle blocking one lane near the high-rise. you're backed up to the toll plaza. >> alexis, ♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪
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temperature wise right now, in the 50s and 60s, later on, in the 80s and 90s in our ♪ everybody everybody ♪ everybody welcome back to "gma." paula faris in the park with me. hanging out with this amazing audience. [ cheers and applause ] >> this crowd is insane. >> insane crowd here. the biggest crowd we had out in central park all summer long and they are excited for the backstreet boys. [ cheers and applause ] we're so excited too looking forward to this friday so let's get it started. is everybody ready? give it up for the backstreet boys singing their hit "everybody." the backstreet boys.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> new york city. ♪ backstreet's bac ♪ jump, jump, jump, jump ♪ get down ♪ oh, my god we're back again ♪ brothers, sisters, everybody sing ♪ ♪ we're gonna bring the flavor show you how ♪ >> sing. ♪ i've gotta question for ya better answer now ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ am i original yeah ♪ am i the only one yeah ♪ am i sexual yeah ♪ am i everything you need you better rock your body now ♪ ♪ everybody yeah ♪ rock your body yeah
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♪ everybody rock your body right ♪ ♪ backstreet's back all right >> "gma"! ♪ all right >> all right, y'all, come on. ♪ now throw your hands up in the air ♪ ♪ wave 'em around like you just don't care, if you wanna party let me hear you yell ♪ ♪ whooo ♪ 'cause we've got it goin' on again ♪ ♪ yeah yeah ♪ am i original yeah ♪ am i the only one yeah ♪ am i sexual yeah ♪ am i everything you need you better rock your body now ♪ ♪ everybody yeah
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♪ rock your body yeah ♪ everybody rock your body right ♪ ♪ backstreet's back all right [ cheers and applause ] ♪ all right >> break it down. ♪ everybody everywhere don't be afraid have no fear ♪ ♪ make the world understand ♪ as long as there's music we'll be coming back again ♪ >> yo, ready. y'all ready for this. >> make some noise. >> "gma." ♪ everybody yeah ♪ rock your body yeah ♪ everybody rock your body
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right ♪ ♪ rock your body right ♪ backstreet's back ♪ everybody yeah ♪ rock your body yeah ♪ everybody rock your body right ♪ ♪ everybody ♪ backstreet's back all right [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> good morning, america. >> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ]
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oh, backstreet. how good. two youngest stars from the new larger than life action movie "skyscraper." noah cottrell and mckenna roberts, let's give it up for them. welcome, guys. and i got to say this is your first movie. >> yes, it is. >> what do you do? go back to school this fall, oh, what did you do for summer? i worked with dwayne johnson and neve campbell. no big deal. >> i told my friends. i told my friends and they're like, that's cool. you did a movie with dwayne johnson, cool. >> that's it? >> they don't get it. >> aren't you going to be more excited? >> so unimpressed. wait till they see it.
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you guys did a lot of filming outside the u.s. in hong kong. did you get adventurous? did you do anything fun, eat anything crazy. >> they had good food everywhere we went. everybody was so nice and we went shopping a lot. >> all right, and so finally, we got to check out just a little clip, right? we got to do -- yeah? >> yeah. >> let's see it. >> daddy loves who. >> me. >> daddy loves who. >> me. >> me. >> me. >> me. >> can't hear you. confidence. not conference. daddy loves you? you're both right because daddy loves you both. >> oh. i got to get a chance. you fixed it? >> as always. >> you really do love me. >> kind of. >> come here. >> gross. >> ah. take that, kids at school. now they're going to know. hey, real quick, we're at a backstreet concert. you got moves. >> noah does. >> let's see it.
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♪ backstreet's back all right whoo! >> all right. we're doing this. right into the break because we got to get a check, thank everybody out here fanning themselves. it is summer. it is hot. we've been celebrating summer by the way and all the block parties all summer long here on "gma" with our sponsor king's hawaiian and now we're challenging you to send us your best grilling recipe. we want them. share your recipes along with a photo or video on you get the chance to come on "gma" and be crowned grill master champ. how cool is that. >> by the way a little king's hawaiian grilling tip.
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brine your meat. salt and water along with your favorite seasonings, going to bring out the best in the meat and the flavor. yeah, good stuff out here, guys. but we've got more backstreet boys and robin is with them now. >> i certainly am. thank you, ginger. what's up? >> it's all for you. >> the backstreet boys are back, all right. the multi-platinum. multiplatinum band selling over 130 million records worldwide. they're gearing up to release some new music later this year. it is great to have them with us for this glorious party in the park. [ cheers and applause ] a.j., nick, thank you, guys. coming from the studio, big ttg ooutse. here, even that'es fans in the world. >> thank you. >> 25 years. 25. >> what's it been like all this time to hav this
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people? you hear them. >> it's a blessing. >> wroefr whelming at times. >> is it? >> we have some of the best fans in the world. we're so blessed. 25 years. >> that's why we're still here. >> i know from them but what is your favorite one to perform? the favorite song to perform? what's your favorite one? >> the new single. >> the new single right now. >> you knew they were going to say that. >> some new music that resonates that people like, they're enjoying and you get to perform it live in front of a crowd like this, you love it. >> still staying connected. we'll play that music in just a moment. las vegas, you have taken las vegas by storm with the residency. huge. and i hear you're going to add the very last, last month so get your tickets today. >> today. >> that's it. >> today. upsedo be nine shows is now like going to be 90 shows. >> this is the reason why because you see the reaction. >> because of you.
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>> we love you. >> so what has -- what dynamic has stayed the same and what dynamic has perhaps changed over the years. >> i think our families and our children has made things change a little. we miss them. they're back home. i'm sure they're watching? >> hey, baby. >> we love you. i love you. >> eric, feel better, my youngest. >> this has stayed the same. this audience here, our amazing fans. >> it's actually grown. >> we're all mommas and daddies now. >> we are. >> all right. so do you want to hear some more? [ cheers and applause ] >> what? first let melickets for the final dates of the las vegas residency are on sale and we're going to want to hear some of this new music you've been talking about. thur new single available now "don't go breaking my heart." the backstreet boys. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ ♪ i got mixed emotions did i finally find me a river that could lead me out to the ocean ♪ ♪ 'cause i've only ever known the kind of love that leaves you battered and broken ♪ ♪ so forgive me for my mixed emotions, yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i'm not that kind of person who can fall in and out of love with you ♪ ♪ that's not what love's supposed to do ♪ ♪ i'm not that kind of person who can fall in and out of love with you ♪ ♪ that's not what love's supposed to do ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪
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♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ 'cause that's the only one i got 'cause that's the only one i got ♪ ♪ am i being too open 'cause i told you everything i have to say ♪ ♪ and now we're having a moment does it make you wanna pack up all your things ♪ ♪ and drive away like you stole it ♪ ♪ just forgive me if i'm being too open no, no, no, no, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ i'm not that kind of person who can fall in and out of love with you ♪ ♪ that's not what love's supposed to do what love's supposed to do ♪ ♪ i'm not that kind of person who can fall in and out of love with you that's not what love's supposed to do ♪ ♪aby don't go b
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♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ 'cause that's the only one i got 'cause that's the only one i got ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ 'cause that's the only one i got 'cause that's the only one i got ♪ ♪ i've been broken i've been bruised ♪ ♪ but now i'm all in 'cause of you so if you're gonna love me love me right yeah ♪ ♪ but if you're gonna be someone that hurts somebody just for >>. ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪
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♪ 'cause that's the only one i got 'cause that's the only one i got ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ 'cause that's the only one i got it's the only one it's the only one i got ♪ ♪ baby don't go >> thank you. "gma's" summer concert series sponsored by king's hawaiian foods.
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we are back in central park with an incredible crowd and who here wants more backstreet boys? [ cheers and applause ] >> you heard it. give the people what they want so here one more time is "i want it that way." [ applause ] ♪ yeah you are my fire the one desire ♪ ♪ believe, when i say i want it that way ♪ ♪ but we are two worlds apart ♪ can't reach to your heart when you say that i want it that
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way ♪ ♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but a heartache ♪ ♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but ♪ tell me why i never wanna hear you say i want it that way ♪ ♪ am i your fire? your one desire ♪ ♪ yes, i know it's too late but i want it that way ♪ ♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but a heartache ♪ ♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but a mistake ♪ ♪ tell me why i never wanna hear you say i want it that way ♪
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♪ now i can see that we're falling apart ♪ ♪ from the way that it used to be ♪ ♪ yeah, no matter the distance i want you to know that deep down inside of me ♪ ♪ you are, my fire the one desire ♪ ♪ you are you are ♪ you are you are >> one, two, sing it for me. ♪ don't wanna hear you say ain't nothin' but a heartache ♪ ♪ ain't nothin' but a mistake don't wanna hear you say ♪ ♪ i never wanna hear you say i want it that way ♪ ♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but a heartache ♪
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♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but a mistake ♪ ♪ tell me why i never wanna hear you say i want it that way ♪ ♪ tell me why ain't nothin' but a heartache ain't nothin' but a mistake ♪ ♪ tell me why i never wanna hear you say ♪ ♪ i want it that way 'cause i want it that way ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> good morning. god bless you.
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america runs on dunkin'. >> announcer: are you a grill master. do you have an incredible grill recipe that everyone just loves and loves at your block party? well, then tell us and who know, you could be crowned "gma" grill master and "a," just go to to find out more about "gma's" grill master challenge presented by king's hawaiian. ♪ everybody [ cheers and applause ] oh, that was something else. i have to say thank you to bubble works for all of the bubbles making this extra special. >> absolutely.
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and to give the people what they want, they want two more songses. you're going to hear them. hear them on dotcom on our website. have a great weekend, everybody. >> thanks.
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good morning, bay area. let's get up and get going. this is abc 7 mornings. >> hi, good morning. i'm jessica castro from abc 7 mornings. let's check in with drew tuma with the forecast. drew, it was really muggy this morning. is it still like that? >> we're going to have that humidity for the first half of the day and then it will kind of dry out in the afternoon. right now, live doppler 7 showing you a couple of sprinkles move through the north bay and this is all lifting off to the north. future weather, later on this afternoon, we'll have clearing skies. accuweather seven-day forecast shows you the weekend. a little bit cooler to start off on saturday. >> all right. checking out the roads. south bay, we still have a major problem in the sunnyvale area. northbound 85, right around fremont. we've got two lanes open now, but the tow truck was stuck in traffic. this was all due to a fortified vehicle crash, just arriving on the scene. that's going to be a while before that's cleaned up. that backup will continue to grow. we'll end on a positive note. check out the bay bridge toll plaza, those metering lights actually off an hour ago. >> time now f
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>> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from the series "harlots," liv tyler. if and television film and broadway star bernadette peters. plus keeping your pup chill as we wrap up our "keep it cool week" ." plus, another amazing taco dish as we continue our fired up friday fan foodie face off. also, will announce the winner of "live's oh baby photo contest" " all next on "live!" and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ >> ryan: morning!


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