Transcript for 'Get This' App Allows Users to Buy Items from TV Shows
Hey, everybody, let's do "pop news." If you watch "scandal" you know olivia pope can fix the problems of the president while looking perfect. Designer labels for her scandalously looks and for all the characters. No, that's okay. And you can do this all from your couch. It's a new app called get this and it allows you to shop your favorite shows. Right now they have three on board but they are planning on making this basically any show in the world. You literally go to the app or the website, get this and click on scandal, for example, as you're watching the scene and the app tells you what the characters are wearing and how to buy it and how to buy it for less. What's great about this, a lot of types you go to the store you don't know how to put the outfit together but when you see especially kerry washington who looks amazing. She wears very high-end clothing but this s you looks for less. So the same style at a -- for less. So then -- does the outfit pop out of the tv? Yeah, it pops out of your ipad, sam. It does. Delivered immediately on to your body. Yes. Actually a hollywood stylist appears at your door, sam. Amazing. "Star trek" technology. Called get this and get this, champion. Also in "pop news," you know what it's like when you try to fit into your favorite jeans from a few years ago? Well, imagine having to squeeze into a bikini you wore 40 years ago while being chained to a 3,000-pound alien. That's what carrie fisher is going through. Carrie says she began her own preparations telling reporters she has a trainer lined up to whip her back into butt-kicking shape. Mark hamill and she says she will wear the same iconic looks in the early films. The bikini may not be one of them but the bagel bun hairdo will make a reappearance. Mark hamill also in talks to do the film expected to be released in 2015 and I know who is buying the first ticket. This guy. That guy. This guy. Has one thumb and he's this guy. Hey, champion, get this. Finally a big debut fora tiny gorilla named gladys at the cincinnati zoo abandoned by her mom being raised by ten humans drsed in gorilla costumes acting as surrogate parents. The 13-week-old's first trip to the outdoor exhibit was not without jitters clingy with one of her human dads -- that's a human mom taking a piggyback ride afraid to let go but what a joy. So sweet and I know they're preparing her to be able to go back with her own kind but what a lovely little -- yeah, and that's "pop news," everybody.
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