All right, time now for "Pop news." And over to Sara. Thanks bianna and Dan and Ron. If yowant to be bootie lishs like beyonce, here's your chance. She's launched an underwear set just in times for... See More
All right, time now for "Pop news." And over to Sara. Thanks bianna and Dan and Ron. If yowant to be bootie lishs like beyonce, here's your chance. She's launched an underwear set just in times for Valentine's day. The yours and mine, understoodies, they'll set you back 40 big ones for the two pairs. And with Valentine's day just fave days away -- Did you hear what Dan said? You did. Speaking out loud. And Oprah revealed the surprise inspiration for lee Daniel's the butler. She said she modelled it on Claire and cliff Huxtable from the Cosby show. She worked with an acting coach on how to be more sexy. You can read it in essence magazine. Vi spoken all morning? This is bad. One of the things I have never seen you have trouble with is talking. Talking. Wait for it. Wait for it. And forget every animal video you have seen before. We found the cutest one ever in the form of a UK cookie commercial. Take a look. ♪ This is the cutest thing you have ever seen. That's a real cat. It's what Dan waits for every time he buys cookies. Just when you thought it couldn't get any better. Here's the puppy version. ♪ Oh! Oh, I love it. $19 million on that campaign, worth every penny. And those cookies are available in Walmart. I can't promise a puppy will climb out. An American icon celebrating a major milestone, G.I. Joe is turning 50. It was introduced in 1964. From military wear to scuba gear and now a bike-riding ninja. He has annual convention, held in Dallas in April. And Ron already has a ticket. Yeah, Ron, I could see Ron -- I don't remember them being this big. No, they were smaller before. They grew up. We'll be right back with more "Gma" with at grownup G.I. Joe after a quick break. Keep it here. Oods that I thought were really healthy for me
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