Angelina Jolie Does Yoga for 'Maleficent' Role

Amy Robach reports the top stories on the 'GMA' Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 03/18/14

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How about some "Pop news"? We all knowngelina Jolie is a strong woman. She admits there's apparently one force she doesn't like to reckon with. That is a yoga mat. To play the villain in Disney's upcoming "Maleficent" she had to do core training and she was made to do yoga and told them she has no patience for yoga. Me too. I don't have patience. It's a little difficult. That is true. Everyone else at the table does. Jolie is flying and that meat her feel like the luckiest girl in the world. No more yoga for her. The earthquake that shook L.A. Shook up a friend at ABC. Here's what jimmy Kimmel had to say. Scariest thing about an earthquake is that when it starts you have no idea how intense it's going to get or how long it's going to last. Like when your mother tells you a story. He says you never know how long it's going to last and how intense it's going to get of the most damage he witnessed was a sunscreen bottle fell on the floor. The horror. That's big news in L.A. I know. All right, this is a story we've all been waiting for. You got tweets. It's a modern-day love story. Developing a crush on her flight seat mate but forgot to grab his number so she took to Twitter asking American airlines for more info about the mystery man even referencing a line from "Notting hill" tweeting "I'm just a girl -- do I have to say it again? Want to do it. "I'm just a girl standing in front of the world asking an airline to help her." The airline couldn't disclose private info. Not good, all right. But gave her ideas to find her flight mate. Her plea actually ended up with a happy ending. She eventually located the mystery man with the help of a friend and says she's grateful to flight 1073. Kudos to her. She knew what she wanted and went for it and apparently it worked out. I was going to say -- Is he interested? I guess apparently it's a love connection. Oh. There's a follow-up there. I'm very happy that American airlines politely declined. Chicken dinner. Thanks, Amy. We'll change gears because we want to take another look

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