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good morning, america. happening now, winter whiplash. a big blast of snow for parts of the country. flooding rain and landslides in the northwest, forcing evacuations as life-threatening cold moves in. temperatures in the 20s as far south as florida. the latest right now. swept away. tragedy on the slopes. two promising young members of the u.s. ski team killed in an avalanche while training for the world cup. caught up in the fast-moving snow. how some of their teammates made it out alive. wall street murder. the son of a hedge fund manager in court accused of killing his father in his luxury apartment. staging the crime scene to look like a suicide. why police say a fight over his allowance may have set him off. ♪ hey, baby, i think i wanna marry you ♪ there's something about cameron.
who finally got the superstar to say yes to tying the knot? the surprise overnight wedding for the most eligible bachelorette in hollywood. now all the details on her real-life mr. right. the a-list guests and how they kept it all top secret. ♪ let the choir bells sing ♪ and good morning, america. happy tuesday. happy day for cameron diaz. i guess that was a surprise, huh? >> when you know, you know. >> that's right. >> and benji madden, they got engaged around christmas and only have known each other since -- started dating in may. >> those must be really fun double-dates that they went on. nicole richie, dating his brother. as you said, when you know you know. couldn't be happier for her. >> yeah. >> he's a sweetheart of a guy. he really is. i'm happy for both of them. they both deserve it. she's a sweetheart of a girl, as well.
>> that's right. we're going to talk about that in a little bit. we want to get right to the first big blast of winter for most of us, the coldest weather of the season moving from the midwest to the east and south. and, ginger, you have been mighty busy. >> oh, boy. with the cold air comes this. blinding snow. this is what you may see over your dashboard this morning. this is from fulton, new york, where they picked up almost 30 inches of snow in a lake-effect snow band an it's still going on. let me take you right to the radar. multiple accidents reported around washington, d.c. it is that clipper system that's driving through even new jersey, philadelphia this morning. and look at this video. so many crashes after four to even eight inches of snow fell in eastern iowa. that was part of i-80 westbound that was shut down for a time and now we're dealing with it again. indianapolis had four to five inches, all moving east. the heaviest of which will be in parts of west virginia up in the mountains, and yeah the cold. but this, this is nothing,
guys, compared to what's about to happen tomorrow and thursday. >> oh. >> there's a little tease for you. >> we've been warned. >> thank you for that, ginger. we turn to that tragedy on the ski slopes. two promising young american skiers prepping for world cup competition killed by an avalanche in the austrian alps. four others managed to escape and abc's alex marquardt is on the scene in austria. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, george. it's almost hard to believe that such a tragedy could happen in such a beautiful place. but this morning, the u.s. alpine ski team based here in this small austrian town for the season is reeling from the loss of two of their own in that deadly avalanche. >> my name is bryce astle. i'm an alpine ski racer out of sandy, utah. and i'm 19 years old. >> reporter: bryce astle was with 20-year-old teammate ronnie berlack and four others skiing near a glacier in this austrian ski resort when disaster struck. recent heavy snow cascading down the side of the mountain. swallowing up astle and berlack. and four others skiing to safety. astle and berlack were two of
america's most promising young skiers. astle posted this youtube video to raise the money he needed to follow his dreams. >> helping me hopefully get that much closer to reaching top of the world cup circuit and olympic podium. >> reporter: berlack was a new hampshire native who had just been named to the development team, the son of two ski coaches. this morning we met the u.s. ski team's men's head coach who said he and the team are stunned. >> i was in tremendous shock. i was -- just the avalanche, your worst nightmare comes true. >> reporter: avalanches in europe are common carrying tons of snow and debris moving as fast as 80 miles an hour. even the best skiers in the world are often no match. last year in the alps, avalanches took the lives of around 100 people. coach rearick told us the slope where it happened while off the groomed trails was nothing out of the ordinary for these skiers, even for tourists. he says those who made it out are shaken. and now the team's focus is on how to move on.
>> we found strength in each other and we're working through it. >> reporter: this morning, the u.s. ambassador to austria is here in town visiting the team to pay her respects. and later tonight, seven members of the u.s. ski team will compete in a slalom race and wear black armbands in honor of their friends. george, robin? >> boy, such a tragedy. >> it really is. now to some real jitters on wall street. markets tumbling on monday, 401(k)s taking a big hit. the dow plunging more than 330 points. abc's rebecca jarvis is here to explain what's behind this big drop. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning, robin. stocks did open higher this morning. we're looking at another volatile day. to keys to this market. what is happening to oil. and is the economy slowing? pump prices are now down 103 days in a row, the national average $2.19 a gallon. down 50 cents in the last month. it's great if you're filling up. a typical family is saving more
than $100 a year. not gate news if you're an energy company. your stocks are down. wall street is concerned we could be facing a global economic slowdown and that is weighing on stocks. context is so important when you're looking at the next egg. last year stocks ended 11% higher. >> so what is next? what is wall street watching right now? >> veteran investors tell me this is not panic. they're reasiszing this year. looking at portfolios. looking at stocks. watching oil prices. they'll be considered if they get lower than $40 a barrel. right now, they're just at $50. so that's still a ways off. and they'll also be following the jobs report on friday, robin. >> i know you will be, too. rebecca, thank you. >> we'll go to politics now. washington back to work this morning. new congress will be sworn in. republicans taking control of both the house and the senate for the first time in eight years, promising to move fast on their agenda. and that's setting up confrontation with president obama. jon karl tracking the showdowns.
good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. not only are republicans fully under control for the first time under obama. in both the senate and the house. in the house, they have the biggest majority that the republicans have had in nearly a century so, yes, look for confrontation, not cooperation. the first thing republicans are saying they'll act on is the keystone oil pipeline. the white house hasn't said what they'll do in response to that bill passing as it probably will, almost certainly will. but i expect george that would be the first presidential veto of this new congress. >> looks like that could come. john boehner expected to be elected speaker but has a bit of a challenge. >> reporter: there will be some drama. the house will elect their new speaker. boehner almost certainly will be re-elected but, george, ten republican house members have already said they will vote against boehner. and i'm told that number could get to be as high as 20. really an extraordinary show of rebellion by tea party members of the congress. >> you guys already getting hit by that snow down in d.c. today. >> reporter: yeah, we've got snow, quite a bit of it.
we had the snowplows behind me on the white house grounds. >> get inside, jon. thank you very much. let's go to amy with the day's other top stories. >> good morning, george. good morning, everyone. we begin with breaking news. a manhunt for the suspect who shot two new york city police officers responding to a robbery. police say this surveillance video shows the gunman inside a restaurant firing through the window. the officers returned fire and that suspect fled on foot. later police recovered this gun near a carjacking scene. the shooting comes just weeks after two nypd officers were shot and killed in their squad car. but the officers shot overnight are expected to survive their injuries. police say the driver of a school bus in north dakota failed to stop and look before crossing railroad tracks and, unfortunately, this was the result. the bus colliding with a freight train, killing the driver and a 17-year-old student. a dozen others were injured and the crossing did not have lights or gates. well, a fiery crash overnight near tampa.
a tanker carrying 10,000 gallons of fuel collided with a utility truck. it took crews more than an hour to put out that fire. the driver of the tanker suffered serious burns. and divers trying to find the wreckage of airasia flight 8501 are facing more bad weather. the search area has shifted slightly as strong currents drag parts of the plane that may contain the black boxes. so far, only 37 bodies have been recovered. indonesian authorities have now suspended the airport official who allowed the flight to take off without proper permits. and important news for pet owners. dog and cat treats made in china are now being removed from the shelves of two major pet stores. the treats are suspected of making thousands of pets sick and killing 1,000 dogs since 2007. although government testing so far has failed to prove a link. petco says it removed the jerky and rawhide treats from their stores. and petsmart says they'll be gone by march. our website,
goodmorningamerica.com, on yahoo! has all details. and finally, some tough luck for man who thought he had struck it rich. john wines hit what he thought was a jackpot on a lottery scratch ticket. when he went to collect the money he was told, i'm sorry, that's a misprint. >> ooh. >> what? >> i don't think so. >> take a look, the winning numbers, 1 and 2. and when you see the 1s on his ticket there appears to be a faint marking next to each of them, perhaps part of another number. wine says the 1s are clearly marked and he deserves the money. lottery officials are not budging. here's what they decided to offer him instead. $100 in free lottery tickets. >> oh, no. >> and an apology. >> oh, i don't know. >> but where's the 2? there's no 2 there. >> i know. >> i think it's their mistake. he deserves the money. my two cents. my one cent. >> she'll take the commission. >> that's right. >> thank you there, amy. now to the man who put a
pennsylvania town on edge for nearly two months. accused cop killer eric frein in court monday for the first time in nearly two months, looking much different than when he was finally arrested in late october. abc's linzie janis is here with more on this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. a clean-cut looking eric frein appeared before a packed courtroom for the preliminary hearing. a judge ordering him to stand trial after prosecutors presented a mountain of evidence. accused cop killer eric frein clean-shaven and wearing glasses, as police escort him through the back door of a pennsylvania courthouse on monday. >> eric, are you sorry? >> reporter: a stark contrast to the 31-year-old with the banged up face and facial hair first appearing here in october after being captured. frein stands accused of shooting two pennsylvania state police officers, killing one. appearing stone-faced and still and wearing shackles during his preliminary hearing. witnesses describing ieds and other weapons recovered after
the september shooting. a u.s. marshal testifying about the journals frein wrote during that 48-day manhunt. >> it's the start of answers to questions for the public, the victims, and their families. >> reporter: also shown in court but not released to the public, chilling surveillance video showing corporal bryon dickson shot and falling to the ground near the barracks entrance that night. and trooper alex douglass rushing to his aid before being shot, as well. dickson later dying of his injuries. douglass hospitalized and now recovering at home. outside -- >> no tablets, no computers, no cameras. >> reporter: inside the courtroom at least a dozen fellow state troopers alongside the families of both dickson, and the accused killer. >> it's an emotional day. as you can see, it affected the town greatly. >> reporter: frein's defense now says its main goal, keep him from being sentenced to death. well, frein has not yet entered
a plea. authorities say he confessed to what he described as an assassination designed to, quote, wake people up. they say he also wrote a letter to his parents calling for revolution to get us back the liberties we once had. george? >> okay, thanks. the latest on that explosive scandal rocking the royal family. prince andrew's ex-wife is defending him against allegations that he had sex with an underage girl years ago. as we learn more about the woman making the charges. abc's matt gutman tracking it all. good morning, matt. >> reporter: hey, good morning, george. the woman at the center of these underaged sex allegations lived in australia for many years. she's now back in the u.s. and reportedly writing a tell-all memoir. but already, she's facing mounting denials and this morning, legal action as well. this morning, virginia roberts, aka jane doe number 3 revealed. the now married mother of three pictured near a denver area home where she's holed up. but it's another photo that's splashed all over british
tabloids. that's allegedly roberts with prince andrew in 2001. the now 31-year-old roberts claiming in newly filed court documents in florida she was forced to have sexual relations with the prince on several occasions when she was just a teenager. all by this man. the filing says prince andrew's billionaire friend, jeffrey epstein, ordered her to give the prince whatever he demanded. >> prince andrew is not being sued, not being prosecuted. as a legal matter he's not in any jeopardy. as a public relations matter, he wanted to make sure he got out in front of the story. >> reporter: prince andrew, fifth in line to the throne and the queen's second son, denying the claims. his ex-wife, sarah ferguson, stepping out to his aid. during a hike near the $30,000 a week ski lodge where she was vacationing with prince andrew and their daughters when the
scandal broke, fergie telling british reporters, the york family are a tight unit. he is the greatest man there is. and buckingham palace not backing down. issuing multiple denials. harvard law professor alan dershowitz also caught up in the sex scandal, swinging back. overnight filing a motion to intervene. explaining to us that this sworn statement subjects him to -- >> perjury prosecution if i'm lying categorically denying all of the allegations and categorically asserting that it was made up by the lawyers in order to gain a litigation advantage. >> reporter: the prince and the professor are both basically saying, prove it. this morning dershowitz is working to try to get her attorneys disbarred. this morning, some many her camp backing away from the allegations that she met with the queen. it turns out that never
happened, george. >> we'll have to watch what happens with this story. matt, thanks very much. let's go to michael now. what do you got? >> i got a lot, george. for all of you out there, the future is on display in las vegas. the hottest new gadgets are being shown off at the giant international consumer electronics show and abc's neal karlinsky has a preview of some amazing innovations that could be coming your way soon. >> reporter: it is the super bowl of gadgets, the consumer electronics show kicking off this morning in las vegas. selfies are so 2014. >> nice. >> reporter: how about a selfie drone? >> imagine a camera that goes past your arm's reach. >> reporter: your own personal flying camera to capture your every move. if it works as planned you can wear it like a bracelet and when you want to use it, it unfolds and takes off. >> set your camera free. >> reporter: or you can let your fingers do the walking. see if i can turn on the lamp. here i go. look at that. we were given a sneak peek at ring, a remote control for phones, tvs, lamps, just about anything built into this ring. keep it by the couch and just swipe your finger in the air.
the ultimate lazy remote. louder. softer. there are new wearables being announced by the truckload. the ion snap-cam is a body camera that will stream video and pictures of you, your child's or dog's entire life. so this is like selfies to the nth degree, photographing everything at all times. >> yes correct. it's photo, it's video. and it's also live streaming. >> incredible sounding super walkman. >> reporter: what's old is new again. sony's classic walkman is back as a sleek high-end music player for audio files with a price tag over $1,000. and new robotic vacuums and connected appliances are being launched in what's called the internet of things, a world where even your lightbulbs are connected to the web. >> it's really kind of a glimpse into the future while also a snapshot of where the industry is headed. >> reporter: for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, las vegas. >> really amazing gadgets out there.
but the one thing that made me realize i need to go home and start going through some boxes is that walkman. $1,000 for that walkman? i know what i'm doing when i leave here today. >> does anybody else feel totally intimidated? looking at all those things i get nervous. >> when i see another new selfie device, yeah. it's intimidating. >> i'll probably be the only person to say this. i felt like that's too much for me to turn on and off a light. i'm too lazy. >> oh come on now. >> that's why you have kids. go turn off that light, kids. >> we were the remote control. >> exactly. >> dad would say, go and turn the channel, robin. >> mine are still my little go-fers. >> they do it. they do it. hey, i'm hearing from people down south, it is cold everywhere, ginger. >> everywhere but here. how about i turn it up and go to miami? that's right. yeah, miami, 72 degrees this morning. >> ah. >> i know. >> and yesterday it felt like 80 at the same time in miami that it felt like 40 below in international falls, minnesota, that's 120 degrees in case you didn't do that quick math. that freezing line as you were
saying dipping all the way includes dallas and look at this, 20s from little rock, single digits for places like paducah and louisville. it's going to get cold by thursday. >> good tuesday morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. look how murky it is another "spare the air" day with record warmth this afternoon and more fog tonight and not so chilly. cooler and cleaner air and a few sprinkles friday and saturday.
69 in san jose and possible record-tying temperature and most of us in the low-to-mid 60's until we get to the south bay and tonight a lost mid-30's to mid-40's. here is the seven-day forecast, another run at record still to come, the son of that murdered millionaire hedge fund manager in court overnight charged with killing his father. why he allegedly did it. and cameron diaz ties the knot overnight in a surprise wedding. the man who got her to say yes and how they kept it top secret. plus, up close for the climb of the century. you don't want to miss this. see the danger from 3,000 feet high in yosemite. corner of "looking for a good deal" and "sheesh, i wish i'd looked some more." that's why walgreens makes it easy to switch your prescriptions and save money. just stop by. and leave all the legwork to us. switch your prescriptions to walgreens where you could save even more on medicare part d with copays
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good morning, america. and right now on this tuesday morning, the son of a millionaire hedge fund founder facing charges of murdering his father inside his luxury apartment. right now, an uproar growing over a new reality show that critics fear will send a dangerous message about being gay. and new details coming in on the surprise wedding of one of hollywood's most famous single ladies, single no more. and not a secret anymore. >> welcome back, everyone. we have a lot to get to including this is happening out of yosemite. two thrillseekers, thousands of feet above yosemite attempting a daredevil climb on one of the most sheer rock faces in the world. this has never been done before. t.j. holmes is going to show us how it's done. there he is. >> not at yosemite. >> not at yosemite. at all.
>> he's sleeping on his feet. >> a little bit different there. a little bit different. >> he looks really happy to be up there. >> he's like, when am i going to stop being the new guy? >> he wanted to be olaf. >> exactly. we'll begin with that high-powered new york hedge fund manager shot to death in his luxury apartment. his son in court last night charged with his murder. allegedly trying to make it look like a suicide. abc's linsey davis is at the scene of the alleged crime. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, robin. it may have been staged to look like a suicide, but in this case, there was a damning 911 call from the victim's wife, who reportedly said my husband has been shot by my son. thomas gilbert jr. stone-faced and silent overnight escorted to court, charged with murdering his hedge fund father thomas gilbert sr., after an allege
dispute over a decrease in the 30-year-old's allowance. in night court, gilbert jr. arraigned on charges of murder and criminal possession of a weapon. he has not entered a plea. his 70-year-old investor father was killed by a single shot to the head sunday afternoon inside this manhattan apartment. >> be advised it says the son shot the father on his head, male white, 6'3" wearing jeans, blue eyes, brown hair, left the location. >> mr. gilbert jr. asked to speak to mr. gilbert sr. by himself, and asked the mother to leave. the mother did leave. about 15 minutes after that, she had a bad feeling and decided to return. >> reporter: police say shelly gilbert says when she returned her husband was shot in the head in their bedroom and their son was gone. >> she also found a gun resting on his chest with his left hand covering it. >> reporter: police say the crime scene was staged, intended to look like a suicide. they immediately tracked down gilbert jr. at his manhattan apartment, where they say they found him hiding inside.
also discovering a skimming device and 21 blank credit cards. >> we have a shell casing envelope with a serial number of the gun that was recovered at the crime scene. >> reporter: detectives say the 70-year-old recently discussed no longer paying his son's rent and planned to reduce his weekly allowance from $400 to $300 a week. gilbert sr. was once named in the annual who's who in america list for five years in a row, recently starting his own multimillion-dollar hedge fund. his son, a princeton graduate, was regarded as a socialite with previous run-ins with the law, including an arrest for violating an order of protection for which he pled not guilty and another on drug charges. gilbert jr. is reportedly the prime suspect in an arson that destroyed a home in september. at last night's arraignment he was ordered to be held without bail, robin. >> such a tragedy. thank you. we'll lighten the mood, michael. >> i don't know how light it is. it's actually something that's pretty tough.
can you imagine being on a wall of rock for weeks trying to get to the top using nothing but your hands and feet? well, that's what two american rock climbers are doing in yosemite right now trying to make history on one of the hardest climbs in the world. now, let's go back to t.j. holmes, he's hanging for us on that wall. t.j., what's the story? >> here's a story, strahan. i'm only about 30 feet up and i have called my mama twice. all right. can you imagine? i'm on what's called a portaledge, secured to the wall. these two climbers are using one of these secured to a flat surface, all right. and they're having to sleep on one of these things for weeks, possibly trying to make an impossible climb. and me i have holes here i can use to try to climb the wall. all they have is a flat surface. and all they're using are their hands and feet. a half-mile swath of granite. razor-sharp edges and frigid winds. that's what professional climbers tommy caldwell and kevin jorgeson are waking up to this morning. 3,000 feet above yosemite national park. ♪
>> there's this crazy arctic windstorm happening today. >> reporter: 11 days into their record-breaking attempt to free-climb the largest single piece of granite in the world. el capitan, one of the toughest routes in the world. >> kind of gives me fits. it's easy to get frustrated because you'll feel totally fine then your foot will unexpectedly pop off. >> reporter: inch by inch using only their hands and feet to grasp, hoist, and pull their way across 32 sections of treacherous terrain. ropes only used for protection from plunging below. >> if you look at that wall it looks like glass. it's really difficult to imagine how anyone could free climb it. >> reporter: their only shelter? these seven-foot-wide nylon tents suspended from a single point. and cliffside dining? >> we've got hard boiled eggs, we've got little breakfast sandwich with cream cheese and salmon and cucumber and flask of coffee for the day. >> reporter: this morning
jorgeson and caldwell are 1500 feet from making history. >> i'm really proud of the guys. it's been a long journey. it'll be really exciting if they can finish it and we can see this thing through. >> pretty exciting. but it's far from over yet. >> all right. well, stra, if things work out, these guys could complete this thing by the end of this weekend. but right now, one of them is trying to rest, resting on one of these things for a day so his fingers, he could regrow skin on his fingers. a serious and dangerous thing they're doing. yes, it's a serious and dangerous thing and a flat surface, nothing but hands and their feet that they're using. >> you know what, t.j., we appreciate you hanging in there and giving us your report. your mama called and said, get my baby down so get down safely, okay. >> get my baby down. >> i'm on my way down. >> baby is on the way down. >> baby is on the way down. >> there you go. >> he didn't wait long for that. >> no. >> didn't have to ask twice. >> nope. all right, michael. thank you. another check of the
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back now at 7:42 with a new reality show sparking all kinds of debate. it's called "my husband's not gay." it follows a group of mormon men married to women but attracted to men. abc's cecilia vega has the story. >> i'm attracted to my wife for sure. and i'm definitely attracted to men, too. >> reporter: it's the upcoming reality show stirring a real-life controversy this morning. >> i don't know how to tell you this, but i'm attracted to men. >> reporter: "my husband's not gay" set to air on tlc sunday, featuring what tlc calls unconventional mormon marriages, following mormon men in salt lake city, utah, who don't identify as gay even though they say they are attracted to men. >> so are they gay or not? >> reporter: the show also features the women who love them, their wives who know about their husband's preferences and try to make their marriages
work. >> i was office mates with one of my best friends and i said, he told me he's gay! and she goes, i told you that twice. >> reporter: couples like jeff and tonya introduced on a blind date and married for ten years. >> you could say i'm oriented toward doughnuts and if i was being true to myself, i would eat doughnuts a lot more than i eat doughnuts. but am i miserable? am i lonely? am i denying myself because i don't eat doughnuts as much as i might like to eat doughnuts, i'm not. >> reporter: brett and morgan met in sunday school 17 years ago. they've been married for nearly nine. >> every time i got to the core of who i am, i knew that i wanted to be married to a woman and i knew that i wanted children and i wanted to be a father and i want to be called daddy when i come home. >> reporter: but this morning critics are fired up. some demanding tlc pull the show. more than 70,000 people even signing this change.org petition
that says "my husband's not gay" promotes the false and dangerous idea that gay people can and should choose to be straight in order to be part of their faith communities. >> it's irresponsible to be airing a show with the content that gives the idea that sexual orientation is a choice and that's a discredited and old idea. >> reporter: overnight tlc responding, telling abc news, "the stars of the one-hour special reveal the decisions they have made and speak only for themselves." >> just like i can't choose not to be gay, i can't choose not to be a person of faith. so my challenge is to come to some reconciliation. >> well, these men say they're doing what god would want them to do. tlc says this show is like so many others it produces, about real people and different ways of life. so far even with this controversy they still plan to air it. it probably makes for some good reality tv. it has a lot of people fired up.
>> the gay community is really fired up about it. it's just as the women said there from glaad to give the idea that it is a choice can be very dangerous especially for young people who are dealing with their sexuality and trying to figure things out. so, wow. >> well, if you want to watch it yourself and make up your own mind, "my husband's not gay" airs sunday on tlc, january 11th. and we'll look at the battle of the bulge. the best strategies to help you hit your goals. all the details from cameron diaz's surprise wedding overnight. the man who got her to say "yes" and how did they keep it top secret? ♪ the look in your eyes oh ♪
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>> they've been very secretive throughout the whole time they've been seeing etch other. so this engagement and wedding were no surprise. >> thank you, charlie. >> reporter: cameron's "charlie's angels" co-star drew barrymore was reportedly a bridesmaid. introduced by his sister-in-law nicole richie, who is married to benji's twin and bandmate, joel madden. diaz who often plays a woman looking for love on the big screen. >> he's got a wife, okay. he's married. >> reporter: has seen as much interest in her off-screen love life. previously linked to justin timberlake and alex rodriguez fans wondered when hollywood's most eligible bachelorette would ever find a real-life mr. right. she spoke with me about the importance of differentiating between her real and movie persona when she visited "gma" for her role in "the other woman." you said last week, you were talking about monogamy, in relation to this film, and what did you mean by that? >> oh, well, my character says she doesn't believe in monogamy and somehow journalists were like so you don't believe in monogamy. i was like that is my character. my character said that.
that's not me. you know i'm acting, right? she needs to answer that. no, i totally believe in love. >> oh, i'm just -- >> i'm acting. >> clearly she does believe in it. we wish her congratulations and apparently she pulled it off by telling everybody she was having a pregolden globes party. that's what the tent was for. so congrats. >> congratulations, cam. coming up behind-the-scenes deleted "bachelor" scenes. take a look. deleted "bachelor" scenes. take a look. and when i finally told my doctor he said humira is for adults like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. and that in clinical studies the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems,
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my life ♪ and rixton rocking the house. the hot new brit band live here in times square as we say -- >> all: good morning, america. ♪ >> oh, they're one of the hottest bands in the world right now and one of the nicest. look at that, rixton live in times square handing out hot chocolate from starbucks. it's mighty cold outside. >> bring them in here. >> i'm with you there, mike. >> they're really nice. >> heating up inside, as well. big performance coming up. the latest single off their debut album. all in just a little bit. >> yeah, also ahead, hey, can this bracelet shock you into keeping your new year's resolution? you think so? well, it works because i already broke a few bad habits myself so stick around to catch that. >> you also showed one when you -- when it shocked you. >> yeah.
for no reason. i wasn't even doing anything wrong. >> we were testing it. it works. more on that. and we'll also talk about spa days for 7-year-olds. why little kids are getting the luxury treatment, and we ask the question, how soon is too soon? and i think we all have the answer there. 7. >> we'll get into it in just a little bit. let's get some news from amy. >> good morning, guys. we begin with millions of americans bracing for that bitter arctic blast, some of the coldest air of the season from the midwest to the mid-atlantic. parts of upstate new york getting slammed by 30 inches of lake-effect snow. whiteout conditions and slick roads triggering a string of crashes across iowa and snow is making for a messy morning commute in chicago. windchills are dipping to 40 below zero from parts of the upper plains to new england. even drivers in washington, d.c. are facing treacherous conditions this morning. meanwhile, heavy rain triggered damaging floods and landslides in parts of washington state. ginger will have more on the extreme weather coming up in just a bit.
in the meantime, breaking news here in new york, a manhunt is under way after two new york city police officers were shot. the gunman seen in this surveillance video opened fire from inside a bronx restaurant as the officers were responding to a robbery. he and another suspect then fled on foot. the nypd has been on high alert since two officers were shot and killed last month. but these officers are expected to survive their injuries. former virginia governor bob mcdonnell once considered a possible republican presidential candidate for 2016 will be sentenced today on corruption charges. he faces up to 12 years in prison for accepting loans, lavish vacations and jewels from a businessman seeking political favors. his wife will be sentenced next month. and the defamation lawsuit against bill cosby is widening this morning. two of cosby's accusers joined the lawsuit filed last month by green. they claim they were sexually assaulted by cosby in the 1970s and now they accuse him of branding them as liars. cosby has never been charged in
connection with the assault accusations. well, a popular winter activity may be on a slippery slope. towns in at least four states are now moving to ban sledding. dubuque, iowa, is the latest town to do so. public officials say it's too dangerous, they say and liability lawsuits are too expensive. a study found over a ten-year period nearly a quarter of a million children were injured while sledding. and finally, an unusual delay for drivers on one highway. a real-life road runner. this emu escaped from a farm and hit the roads making his daring dash for freedom down this busy highway in israel. >> run, forrest. >> making far better time than those cars stuck in traffic. drivers looking on in shock. beep-beep. the bird was eventually caught running towards city hall. i think maybe wile e. coyote was there. >> running lights everything. not even stopping for lights. >> can you do that again? >> beep-beep. >> on command. >> okay, that was fantastic.
health news now. and an important headline for those hoping to slim down in the new year. "u.s. news and world report" just released their list of 2015 best diets and abc's mara schiavocampo has the details. >> reporter: when it comes to diets, who is winning the battle of the bulge? "u.s. news & world report" evaluated 41 plans coming up with what it considers the best diets of 2015. >> we deliver the facts on whether diets are good for weight loss or whether they'll help prevent and manage diabetes. same for heart disease. >> reporter: when it comes to dropping pounds, "u.s. news" gave top honors to weight watchers, which uses a point system for all foods. number two for weight loss, a brand-new diet on the list, health management resources, a food delivery system. the easiest plans to follow, weight watchers, once again, followed by jenny craig and the mediterranean diet focusing on lots of fruits, veggies and fish.
the top diet overall for the fifth year in a row, the dash diet. all about portion control and balancing protein and carbs. >> when you're talking about what makes a good diet, it needs three things. it needs to be safe, it needs to be simple and it needs to be sustainable. >> reporter: one list to help you lose. for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> you can dig in more see the diet rankings on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! "pop news" and weather coming up. michael is over in the social square. >> yes, george. here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu" in the social square powered by samsung gallery. in "pop news" you'll never believe meryl streep's surprise crush. old school with a funny twist. plus, the star of one of the hottest shows on tv, "american horror story's" jessica lange is here. and we're lucky to have supermodel molly sims here sharing her beauty, fashion and wellness secrets showing you and me how to supermodel your life.
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singing about how they dress up like gentlemen and analyze the show just for fun. what's it called? "downton abbey" with my bros. >> with my bros. i love that! already getting thousands of clicks on youtube. >> do you see they have like the candlesticks and formal dining in the fraternity house. >> you were loving that. >> oh, yeah. they know how to get girls too. >> new season just started. >> what's popping? >> funny that you use the term popping, robin, and listen to the song because, hey, upper east siders, "gossip girl" or boy because we're not sure what she had but blake lively and ryan reynolds have welcomed their first child together. "the new york post" says the actress gave birth over the holidays near their home in bedford, new york. the little one's arrival was earlier than expected. no word on a name or even the sex of the baby but apparently mom and baby both doing just fine and to that, we say, xo, xo. >> congratulations. >> it's pretty funny, though because i read this morning it's
believed to be a girl. >> believed to be. >> i remember a story -- she had a shower and a lot of the gifts were pink. >> 50/50. >> science. >> yeah. >> scientific deduction. also in "pop news" this morning -- ♪ hot stuff ♪ >> meryl strep thinks someone is hot stuff. one of the mow beloved stars in the world but in the february issue of "w" magazine out thursday the star says she has a celebrity crush of her own and it's on mr. hot stuff, will ferrell. meryl admits to the magazine that she loves him in every movie she does and goes on to explain that ferrell is a real man, unlike every other person's crush ryan gosling, who she says could practically be her child. so there you have it. one of the biggest stars in the world confirming humor wins every time. >> i'd like to see them together. >> yes. >> i just want to see "stepbrothers 2." i'm waiting, will. >> a true classic. and i love that meryl streep loves his films. and then finally in "pop
news" this morning, well it makes girls want to have fun. not only the nectar of the gods but also the special reward for suburban moms everywhere and tom cibrowski. we're talking about white wine. experts are now trying to explain why this seemingly quiet understated glass of goodness can make women go a little cray cray. scientists theorize it's the higher level of sulfites in white wine which have been linked with the blues, also white wine contains up to ten times more sugar than red so there's no specific finding linking alcohol sugar and boisterous behavior but there are plenty of stories, and, ladies, you know what i'm talking about. so the moral of the story, drink vodka! >> and you always give tom a hard time about his chardonnay. the man likes his chardonnay. >> and you know what, so does this gal. >> okay. >> how about that writing this morning? quietly understated glass of goodness? >> yes. >> wow! >> thank you, george, for noticing my prose. >> "heat index" coming up. let's go to
ginger for a check of the weather. >> oh and it's just started snowing very lightly. i don't know if you can see but very pretty, isn't it? these girls have been up all night waiting for rixton so i i will give you some hand warmers. isn't that like gold? beautiful and a little dangerous this morning where it's snowing heavier. there you go. we got more where that came from. let's go ahead and check out washington, d.c. it does look pretty but we've seen several accidents, some involving even buses from there through upstate new york and i've got pictures of that coming up in the next half hour. but here it's that clipper system. it's fast y'all. it moves right on through and by tonight a little break and then tomorrow more bands of snow with a trough that rolls through the northeast. and if you think this morning is cold, look at windchills, 26 below in rochester, minnesota, yeah 27 is what it feels like in sioux falls and minot, 26. by thursday morning, we're going to drop some 20 degrees, at least in the w >> good tuesday morning, i am
meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. look how murky it is another "spare the air" day with record warmth this afternoon and more fog tonight and not so chilly. cooler and cleaner air and a few sprinkles friday and saturday. 69 in san jose and possible record-tying temperature and most of us in the low-to-mid 60's until we get to the south bay and tonight a lost mid-30's to mid-40's. here is the seven-day forecast, another run at recordhi of course, we know where scranton, pennsylvania, is. she said you know where that is? we love you guys too. and guess what, guys there is a ground stop at philadelphia and delays at d.c. so, again, the snow impeding traffic this morning. let's get inside. >> all right, ginger. we're going to bundle up and get out there and say hello to everybody in just a bit. but for the "gma heat index" and it was a big night for fans of "the bachelor." new season of the hit show premiering. bigger than ever. iowa farmer, chris soules kicking off his search for love. abc's cameron mathison has a look at all the drama and
the exclusive scenes you did not see. >> reporter: america's favorite farmer, chris soules, making his debut as "the bachelor" on the much buzzed about season premiere monday night. >> i can't believe this. >> reporter: the 33-year-old iowa native embarking on his own journey to find love. >> i feel like the luckiest man alive. >> hello, "bachelor" nation. >> reporter: the night kicking off with some of our favorite stars from seasons past on the red carpet. >> andy. >> mwah. >> reporter: all counting us down to that special moment, the farm boy meeting this season's crop of lovely ladies ripe for the picking. some of the first impressions, more unique than others. >> love the boots. ♪ my name is carly it's nice to meet you ♪ >> so i wanted to ham it up for you. do you know what i mean? >> hi. >> that's a short skirt. >> and then a big twist. >> so we have one more limo pull up, girls. >> what's happening?
>> this is crazy. >> we have so many people that really want a shot at falling in love with this guy and we said why not. you know, there are no rules here. why just have 25 and so we went with 30. >> yep, 30 women trying to win over prince farming. some stumbling. >> i just want to have my time. >> others soaring. brit, a waitress from hollywood scoring the first impression rose and an unexpected kiss. but that first fateful rose ceremony had chris really feeling the pressure. and one contestant wouldn't take no for an answer, a sure sign of a dramatic journey to come. >> hi. >> a snap like this. >> reporter: if you're already craving more from this season's "bachelor," check out this exclusive deleted scene from one of the bachelorettes. ♪ pbjs in my pjs ♪ >> reporter: for "good morning america," cameron mathison, abc news, los angeles.
>> who do you choose from? >> singing, pig snouts, it's amazing. this season has it all. >> we were saying this when we came in, chris was here yesterday. what a nice guy. >> he really is. >> he really, really is a good old midwestern boy. >> very sweet. as far as what happens -- you can see "the bachelor" on monday at 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. let's just say the bachelorettes were interesting. interesting. >> a nice mix? a nice mix. >> unique. >> all good words there. i'm not saying a word about this. i'm staying out of trouble this morning. >> good for you. going to move on in the "heat index." first week of the new year so many of us are working to make good on our resolutions and now there is a piece of jewelry that can help. a bracelet that zaps you into breaking bad habits, and abc's kendis gibson has the details. >> reporter: from quitting smoking to losing weight, let's face it, a lot of people kick off the new year with new resolutions that for some of us might come to a screeching halt. but now a shocking new idea. >> reward yourself when you complete your daily goal.
commit to a penalty when you fail. >> reporter: it's called the pavlok wristband. a bracelet that has one primary job, to send an electrical shock to your body every time you find yourself doing something wrong. >> there's a real power in using a little bit of pain to help you break your bad habits. >> reporter: watch as the inventor tests it out. >> that kind of hurt. >> reporter: here's how it works. the device is designed to give yourself a shock any time you give in to temptation. but other people can also use an app to remotely send you a jolt to keep you in line if they catch you misbehaving. you can even program it to shock you if you don't stick to your healthy plan. it's not the sort of shocking pain a taser delivers or your the jolt your pet gets from its dog collar but 350 volts isn't nothing. the first time is always the worst. ha. >> feels kind of like if you
were to touch a doorknob after rubbing your socks on the carpet. >> reporter: the internet packed with testimonials from people who have used the pavlok to help quit biting their nails, eat less, even stop smoking. >> i'm just more aware of what i'm doing. >> reporter: while some experts say the device is likely safe, it's not a science. >> devices like this don't really work. unless these are locked on to people's wrists, they're going to take them off. >> reporter: but some psychologists say it might work as a temporary fix for ill-fated resolutions. for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news, new york. >> how does it know when you're eating french fries? >> i think you give the app to your friend. and they buzz you. >> otherwise you're doing it to yourself. >> right. >> you guys going to zap me. >> you should try it. >> do you know how to do it? >> i don't know. i thought they were going to do it by remote control. >> this is fascinating tv. >> when it works it'll be available starting in april. >> we'll get back to you on that
but right now it's time for "the morning stir" and a growing stir we read about in "the new york times" talking about spas for kids. more and more of them are popping up across the country offering everything from massages to manicures but some parents are wondering if it's too much. abc's reena ninan is here with the story. good morning to you, reena. >> good morning to you. some say it's kind of like going to the dentist, get them while they're young but others question princess facials and pedicures before potty training? really? ♪ manis, makeover, even a fashion runway, child spas giving the business of beauty a much younger face. at the nationwide chain sweet & sassy salon and spa, a team of cosmetologists cater specifically to your kids. >> we do theme birthday parties for little girls. they're treated like the little princesses that they are. >> reporter: salons for tweens across the country growing faster than their pint-sized patrons. according to the international spa association, about 25% of spas in the united states offer
treatments for children under 13. with 51% offering them to teens. some moms say it's a great way to teach their children about personal hygiene and relaxation. >> it's something for them to feel special. i want them to have that occasion because it doesn't happen every day. >> reporter: 33-year-old carrie arushman threw her a 7-year-old daughter paige's birthday party complete with updos, a princess crowning ceremony and even a pink limo. but it can be costly. her bill $400, a pretty penny. >> beauty, while it's not something we need to judge each other by, it is a way to boost your confidence so if you're feeling good about yourself outwardly, you feel good about yourself inwardly. >> reporter: but some parenting experts say there is a big difference between bonding over mommy/daughter manis and turning your little girl into a pampered princess. >> every parent has the right to
pamper their little kid but they have to also weigh that against the message they're sending. is this putting too much on the way they look or being pretty or perfect. >> reporter: no question, these girls love it. >> do you feel good when you're all dressed up and pretty? >> yeah. >> reporter: a day full of glitter and glam sealed with a princess wave. oh, but it makes some of those little girls so happy. remember when mom would take you to the skating rink and have pizza afterwards to celebrate your birthday. the year was 1985. apparently the bar just keeps going up. >> i remember so well going to get a manicure thinking it was such a special treat as a little girl but to go get massages together, a lot of people say this is going to spoil this next generation. >> some other people say it's like doing something that mommy would do so it gives the girls a sense of empowerment. but i say, teach them how to put their sippy cup in the dishwasher. >> yes. that's empower. >> there you go. >> agreed agreed. reena, thank you so much. coming up, the new trend in hair care. why you may never shampoo again? and then "american horror
good morning, i'm kristen sze. a major milestone for california's high-speed rail today with ground breaking for the first bullet train. the high-speed rail is expected to whisk travelers between san francisco and los angeles at 200 plus miles per hour and would take less than three hours. the ground breaking takes place today in fresno. governor jerry brown will be there. brown considers the train a major part of his legacy. let's see how your morning commute is going. sue hall, not too good. >> not as fast as that bullet train. no, there's a serious accident with a sig alert southbound byron highway past bruns. all lanes blocked. traffic control in the area. heads up it looks like thick fog there too.
temperatures running in the 30s and 40s. half moon bay is 54. near record highs in the 60s t ♪ need a little love in the dark ♪ ♪ a little but i'm hoping it might kick start me and my broken heart ♪ ♪ i need a little loving tonight so i don't fall apart a little but i'm hoping to kick start me and my broken heart ♪ >> breakout british band rixton performing "me and my broken heart" fresh off their performance on dick clark's new year's rockin' eve with ryan seacrest here. oh they were hot. debut of their brand-new music video and live performance coming up of we are looking forward to that. it's nice to be out here in the snow right? >> yes. >> absolutely. >> i was going to say ginger was right about the weather forecast. >> we had to come out and say thank you for braving the cold.
>> thanks everybody. >> before you write us we didn't know we were coming outside so we know our shoes are not appropriate. >> inside two-time oscar winner jessica lange is live this morning talking about her big role in "american horror story" freak show. she is so magnificent and it's won two emmys for if you are just joining us "american horror story." molly sims is at our twitter mirror -- work it girl. -- her special beauty fashion and wellness secrets so we can all supermodel our lives. right, aamy? >> get that messy glamorous movie star hair the secret could be not shampooing. >> and not being out in the snow. >> abc's linzie janis has more. >> reporter: jennifer lawrence jessica biel kate hudson all fans of the undone look. hair that looks sexy tousled
like they just got out of bed. to achieve it top hairstylists say it's about not washing your hair not washing with regular shampoo, that is. new products known as no-poos promise to clean your hair and scalp without using ingredient there is traditional shampoo. tilists say shampoos can strip hair of its natural oils. what's it doing to my hair? >> what it's doing is stripping it, making it dry and frizzy and your scalp produce more oil. >> reporter: here at headdress in new york city the pros say many of their clients are testing this latest trend in hair care. how does it work? >> it's the same as using a regular shampoo except it doesn't lather. a lot of clients like it a one-step process. >> reporter: what happens when people first decide to say good-bye to the suds? >> i have to say i'm really skeptical. i have fine hair and i worry that it would weigh my hair down. >> a lot of my clients that do it were nervous about it at
first but once they gave it a shot after a couple of weeks you totally will notice the difference. >> reporter: people at home are trying it too. >> i love the no-poo. >> reporter: reviewing these online. >> it makes your hair so silky. >> reporter: but be careful how quickly you convert. >> skipping it altogether may not be the best approach but you may not need to shampoo as often as you are. it depends on your hair types and products and chemicals you use in your hair. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> all right, i made it back inside but i'm still freezing and can't take my coat off. you say it's going to get colder? >> way colder amy. the coat looks good inside. we should all do that. my new friends from great falls, montana. >> your fames. >> kenny. >> bruce. >> it is so good to have you here we're just enjoying the snow but not everyone is this morning. let's go ahead and look at what's happening around this morning. falls church virginia, a school
bus that slid off the road very quickly and then a very pretty one from new york city that full moon the first of the year. how about tomorrow morning? will it be any warmer? no amy, it won't. those are windchills and it's going to be 34 below, it feels like it in madison. that bitter cold sinks to the gulf. let me tell you the freezing li good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. grab the sunglasses. mostly sunny today. near record warmth from low 60 to 70 and another "spare the air" day. we will have report highs tomorrow and poor air quality through thursday and it will be cleaner and dry starting on >> all that weather brought to you by quick books. i'll hand out more hand warmers. >> aim back with jessica lange, two-time oscar winner now stars in "american horror story freak show" set in the last days of america's carnival days. it has a sinister flair.
take a look. >> that's everything that i have done for you. everything that i have sacrificed for us. for our family and i still have not won your trust. >> elsa, calm down please. of course we trust you. >> prove it to me! >> and jessica lange joins us now. madam elsa so powerful. you say it's one of the richest roles you've ever played. >> she is a big character, you know i mean i have a lot to do and, yeah you know it's one of those characters where the emotions are always extreme whether it's her sorrow or her loneliness or rage and those kind of characters are fun to play you know i mean you don't have to calibrate. you don't have to hold back. it's always what's expected of you is to do you know big, big emotions big sweeps and she's a
wonderful, you know i mean i've been able to sing and she has an extraordinary back story. so, yeah it's a very complete character. >> it's set in such a fascinating time jupiter florida, 1952. the last days of the carnivals, television is about to take over. >> yeah i know i think that was ryan murphy's idea because i had suggested doing like a freak show or traveling carnival a couple of years ago to him and i had thought, you know do it during the heyday of this you know this entertainment like either the turn of the century or even you know dust bowl later, you know, '20s, '30s kind of thing but he really wanted to do it at the end of you know popular -- one popular entertainment in the beginning of the next from -- so it really was kind of like one freak show ending and the next freak show beginning. >> it's such a tricky balancing act because, you know you can possibly face these charges of,
boy, you're exploiting these sideshow characters but for many of them this was their only right to an independent life. >> yes, you know i mean you can argue it both ways i mean one, of course is you know the moral aspect of putting, you know these people -- >> freaks. >> but on the other hand and i read tremendous amounts of you know literature and fiction, nonfiction about this. they really did have community. they had family. they had income. they had like i mean there's a lot to say for this kind of life. >> they had a real life. >> they had a real life and, you know i think the most important thing is that they weren't isolated and then at the end of this according to a lot that i read you know they were shuffled off to institutions and to you know -- i mean living
very -- so you can -- you know you can argue it both ways. >> that's what makes it so much fun to watch and talk about. we had fun and went back to our video vault. your first appearance on "gma," 1976. you're talking to david hartman about your role in account king kong" and moving from -- >> it's something i always wanted to do. it's everything i ever hoped it would be except it's more work than i ever expected. >> it's more work. >> yeah. much more work. >> well, that never changed. >> any advice for that young girl? >> oh god. yeah, enjoy it. enjoy it while -- yeah no i mean it's weird to see that. but, yes it was -- it's been a great ride. that's all i can say and, you know and i mean now 38 years -- 35 36 years later, it's still thrilling. >> well, that's thrilling to hear. thank you. >> thank you. >> jessica lange, season four of
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"the everyday supermodel" and we are thrilled molly, to have you here with us. oh my goodness look at you. you on twitter. >> seven months. >> yesterday you said it's a girl. >> it's a girl i know of we're so excited. we weren't going to find out but we couldn't hold -- we couldn't do it. i'm very excited. i'm a very girl's girl as you'll see from this book. >> you do talk about it. you do talk about wellness for expecting mothers. >> right. i do. >> there was somebody on twitter who asked is it more difficult to be a super mom or supermodel. >> it's funny. it's more difficult to be a super mom. our next book is called "the every everyday super momma" i'm a real girl's girl. my mom is my best friend and made me believe we can do anything. there is an inner supermodel in all of us. i thought i would get flack for the name. oh supermodel whatever but i kind of was like no i'll take that and grasp that because i want women to challenge themselves respect themselves and this book is all about being the best version of yourself.
>> you cover everything. >> i do because people think -- i hate when people think you look like that naturally. there ain't nothing natural about this. i am dark. there's a chubbier person just waiting -- my standing weight would easily be 10 to 15 pounds over but because i've had to be in front of the camera and the determination, but i'm from kentucky. i'm a good old southern girl. go big or go home and i really believe -- i believe in women and i believe in women feeling good. >> and women of all ages and you show yourself in all different -- you have wonderful pictures in there. >> i wanted really -- oh my god. i rocked the tank top. i'm rocking now with the belly. >> look at you. >> even taking chances and dressing when you're pregnant. this is a skirt. i have just pulled up over my belly. >> it looked like a dress. >> but it looks like a dress. >> but we're really really happy with it. it's like a girl's bible. it's like your go-to guide in part of it is food. you start right off the bat with
food. >> yeah. >> food -- >> not the frenemies. >> you have healthy swaps. >> i do. angel versus devil. it's all about listen there's a little bit -- my little tips are never think -- never put yourself on a diet mentally. throw away the scale, get a great pair of jeans, my last pregnancy i had to lose 80 pound, half my body weight. >> how did you do it? >> this little thing. all the little things ice cream versus yogurt. a little bit of walnuts on top for a little bit of protein. i love a greek yogurt. very filling. never want to restrict yourself from anything and i think that's the main tip that we tell people. i right now instead of eating like a chocolate bar at night because i'm craving chocolate and cake and everything anything sugar, i do cups of hot chocolate. >> that's a great idea in and still get that feeling. >> you have -- >> spaghetti squash versus noodles. we all love our pasta. if you're trying to lose weight you have to cut it down. have it only once a week. spaghetti squash is very much of
a filler and it's yummy. >> yes, it is and very filling. now, with salads we think about the right thing but then the things we put on it. >> this is the demon. this is the devil. everyone says the old saying it's all in the dressing. it's all in the dressings and toppings. a little sunflower seeds or walnuts to get the omegas the brain food swap the bacon bits. >> yes, for the walnuts. okay we have the food. now we're going to fashion. you don't have to break the bank. >> you shouldn't break the bank. i work with two women in the book becky -- becky klein and martina gordon and they dress everyday women. two former models and taught me and we discuss like what is your coredrobe. every girl needs one. your investment pieces you spend money on. a white shirt, great jeans, a great pair of pants, a little black dress, a trench. >> carol is here. >> how do you supermodel her.
>> take -- unbutton it i'm going to show you how to do a sleeve. make it a little messy. can you do a little side tuck like i taught her? do a little bit of a heel. every supermodel needs a pair of sunglasses always, always -- >> some yulery. >> i do one side four fingers, never go above. >> okay. >> it's a good little -- >> got that? >> four fingers, i don't normally do two wrists, i do one but it's all -- a lot of people look at models and are like how -- i love what they're wearing. it's not so much what they're wearing, it's how they're wearing it it's the attitude. and i love this little thing. everyone is like oh it looks tucked in but it's not. >> throw a blazer on. >> you're good. >> talk about our last thing, a little bit of beauty. >> on the face. >> carol, you want to sit down for a little bit. >> we're not able to finish. you can find it online. one quick tip on the face. >> a little bit of suntan.
a little bit of dewy all the way across and a little -- i'm doing this carol. because you know me. >> and a little bit of eye gloss, a little -- >> doesn't take a lot of time. >> you are a girl's girl. >> hey, mom, congratulations, again. carol, you looked good coming in. >> yeah. >> "the everyday supermodel" is valuable now. we want to give a special thanks to bloomingdale's for providing the clothing and accessories for this segment. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! to read her tips. a prerecipe for a free green veggie soup? >> i love that. >> okay coming up you have to stick around. rixton performing live. thank you, molly. >> thank you very much. >> i'm sorry. ♪ ♪ all i need is a little love in my life all i need is
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good morning, i'm kristen sze. meteorologist mike nicco has your spare the air forecast. mike. >> good news on one front, bad news on the other. the fog is lifting as you can see on live doppler 7 hd but the poorest air quality in san rafael san pablo and san francisco right now. temperatures in the low to mid-60s until you get to palo alto and southward. record-tying 69 in san jose today. accuweather seven-day forecast records possible tomorrow. poor air quality possible through thursday and a little cleaner air, maybe some sprinkles, friday and saturday. they turned off the metering lights at the bay bridge toll plaza a little after this morning and this is the result. clear, smooth sailing all the way to san francisco. b.a.r.t. experiencing a minor delay in the millbrae direction due to problems on the track. >> thank you so much sue.
now it's time for "live with kelly and michael." please join us for our midday announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, academy award-winning actress jessica lange. and frorom the series "pretty little liars," lucy hale. plus chris powell puts the fun back in fitness as we continue our "kick-start the new year" series. all next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪