Transcript for Celebrities Join Forces to Protest Russian Anti-Gay Laws
"Pop news" today, everybody. I love this story. Dozens of celebrities are using their star power to protest the russian government laws that stigmatize the gay and lesbian community. Today marks 60 days that will take place in sochi, russia. And matt damon and robin thicke are among the celebrities marking the day by wearing these t-shirts that you see. They show the russian words for love conquers hate. A beautiful message. The sale of the t-shirts have raised $100,000-plus, for the russia freedom fund. An important message. That's something that everybody's talking about. It's going to be a big deal. You were saying that. Something to really watch how it all goes down. Also in "pop news" this morning. Brad pitt, two-time recipient of "people" magazine's sexiest man alive honor. He's gracing another cover. But this one might surprise you. "Aarp." Pitt turns 50 this week. The organization did a mock cover for him, with the caption, mr. Pitt joins the club. One of hollywood's hottest actors is eligible to join -- is he 50? 50, yeah. Should be 60. We're talking about the american association of retired persons. So far, he does seem nowhere near retirement. Nowhere near ready to join or retire. 50's never looked so good, mr. Pitt. He's currently in production on the highly anticipated world war ii movie. And finally, one man's amazon shipping mixup has led to a twitter rant that's gone viral. Josh gates ordered a t-shirt from the online retailer -- he ordered a t-shirt. He got sent a pair of hamburgereer mhamburger e ear muffs. Running late for work. I might be able to catchup. Amazon, we would be happy to resend your order. Sorry, can't hear you through the lettuce and cheese. The shipping mistake has been a plus for amazon, as well. They are sold out. Now, I know. We're going to turn to an issue a lot of parents struggle with at holiday time. How much is too much when it
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