Body too bootylicious for you, baby? Speaking of that. You have a special edition of "Pop news." An all-world cup edition of "Pop news." And more of what you need to know before the big game. Actor... See More
Body too bootylicious for you, baby? Speaking of that. You have a special edition of "Pop news." An all-world cup edition of "Pop news." And more of what you need to know before the big game. Actor will Ferrell on the scene in Brazil. He's going all-out. Crashing a fan event. He let the soccer fans know he is serious about a win for team usa. If the game gets close, I will bite -- I'll bite everyone. I'll bite every German player if I have to. Tomorrow, we'll see you at the stadium tomorrow. I'll be there. That's right. Root for the guy sitting next to teddy. He was very inspired by Mike tasen. Are you not fired up after that speech? It makes you want to play some soccer. I can't wait to see what else -- you know he's not done. That's will Ferrell. Dude always has more. And another fan at the world cup. This guy was hungry for victory. And one man paid more than $7,000 to make sure he wouldn't have to catch games from his favorite Indian restaurant. But the restaant happens to be in England. Now, the aircraft company owners chartered a plane for the special delivery. And chilcha thought he was making a joke. I couldn't believe it. They have good Indian food in England. And sometimes, it's hard to get delivery from across the city. You get some from England. Better be good food. And usa head coach, Jurgen klinsmann, he wants everyone to tune in when his team faces off with Germany this afternoon. Even if it means taking off from work. He posted this get out of work letter on Twitter, for bosses everywhere. I understand this absence may reduce the productivity of your workplace. But I can assure you, it's for an important cause. Too bad, we're off the air. None of us would be here. And we would blame him. You can catch the team, usa taking on Germany, starting at 11:00 A.M. On ESPN. What are you rooting for? It's up for debate. When you walk through the streets of New York City, you can hear the cheers when they made the first goal. It's crazy. Everything is going to stop at 11:00 A.M. Eastern time. That's it. All right, Michael. Party at your place? Come on over. I'm flying food in from England. And now, we have a powerful ad that's gone viral. Encouraging parents to tell
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