'GMA,' iHeartRadio to Bring Big Names to Stage in 2014

Linsey Davis explains what has people buzzing on the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
2:24 | 07/25/13

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Transcript for 'GMA,' iHeartRadio to Bring Big Names to Stage in 2014
That means it's time to get popping, america. We begin with the big kickoff. Miley s, keith urban and ryan seacrest joined us last month to tell us about their big I heart radio concert. We have our own partnership with heart radio. "Gma" will be hosting one of the top deejays each week. Here live to spin us hits for our audience in times square and viewers at home. Teaming up for next summer's concert series. I heart radio's talk feature will also give you all of your abc news and entertainment programs anytime. This is going to be -- they will be back. And now, to heartwarming -- you're excited about the deejay. I am. I love it. This is my favorite story of the day. A heartwarming story of rescue and friendship. An animal rescue officer found a goldie protecting a 1-month-old kitten. Goldie had been nursing to feed the kitten. Local media caught word of the rescue. And a couple came forward that had lost a similar dog and cat pair several years before. And they adopted goldie and kate on the spot. I prepared some follow-up questions. Dogs can nurse kittens. And dogs can sometimes nurse when they're not pregnant. You were so ready for us. Can you book them on the show tomorrow? We'll try to get them. We'll try to get goldie on here. And lastly, something we can certainly appreciate here in the mornings for those who need their caffeine fix, check it out. A dutch coffee company set up a coffee vending machine for travelers. No coins needed. You just yawn and a cup comes right out. The machine uses facial technology to determine if someone was yawning. Track about 200 yawns. And with some of the surprised people around here, you could end up with coffee around the clock. Of course, the dangerous thing is, yawning is contagious. I always wondered why that is. I'm not going to make you answer that question. No more follow-ups. But it is. Totally is. Thank you, linsey.

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