Bruce Springsteen opens one-man show on Broadway

ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:32 | 10/12/17

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You're not too shabby yourself. Bruce Springsteen was definitely born to run on the great white way. Tonight is the official opening night of his one-man show on Broadway after five previous shows last week, oh, and just those five shows alone grossed $2.3 million. Whoa. We broke it down, the mathematicians in the "Pop news" department. That comes to $466,000 per show which is more than Broadway's darling "Hamilton" makes. Insiders are already throwing out Tony buzz for best book, best direction of a musical for which Springsteen does actually qualify. The problem is getting Tony voters in to see it because the entire run is already sold out. Everything. Breaks my heart. Bruce, taking on 79 performances in this very special engagement on Broadway from now until February. If you have tickets, have the best time. A musical. Yep, it is and he is in the playbook -- he wrote the score and he directs. Angie, do you have tickets? Okay. How many times have you seen the boss? 50 some types. 5-0, Angie. 5-0. People -- We got to get Angie in. We got to do it. I got you. All right. She's giving me a wrap now. Moving on, who knows the cover girl slogan? You know it. Go ahead, tell me. Easy breezy beautiful cover girl. Well, guess what it's done. No masome. The company decided to give themselves a makeover replacing that famous slogan and their logo. Now it's I am what I make up. What is the new saying and there's also an updated emblem. It's in sleek black and white. The brand announcing this major change on Instagram and Twitter writing I am what I make up celebrates your power to create who you are and discover who you want to be. Cover girl has taken their rebranding one step further by interesting their ambassadors work onni inclusivity and hopes dialogue shifts cultural assumptions about when, where, how and why people wear makeup. Keep the conversation alive. Keep the make up. It is very deep for me. I wear it because I need it. That's my slogan. Thank you. And finally, it's back by popular demand, the venison sandwich at arby's, everybody. Oh, come on. Oh, yeah. Do you really like that? Oh, yeah. The seasonal sandwich offered at just awe handful of stores last year sold out within minutes so this year they are offering that venison sandwich at all arby's coast to coast, let's line up, people. But only while supplies last and new this year, robin, get your sneakers on, arby's is offering elk sandwiches, as well. Those are only available at three stores, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana. Makes sense it would be available there. If it goes well then next year we could all be eating elk. Watch out, New York. That's all I have. Thank you, Lara. I love her. She makes me happy. Always.

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