Transcript for Hunter Hayes Attempts to Break World Record
Look at him running into times square this morning. A little rain out there. But the crowd so happy to see him, walking through social square and joining us right now. Hunter Hayes, kicking off an incredible day for him. An incredible day that will help a lot of people. Here he is, right here. Hunter, welcome to "Good morning America." How are you? I'm going to stand awkwardly right here. I do it every day, hunter. I'm going to walk away in a minute. No. Stay here. I want to tell everybody about this. 10 cities, 10 concerts, 24 hours. Explain to everybody what this is. A 24 hour road rage to end child hunger. We wanted to break the world record for the number of shows played in 24 hours. Right now, it's eight. I was challenging the team, we have to do ten. More importantly, we love it from a musical standpoint, we get to jam all day long. And this is going to be great. It means something. We have a mission. We're going to work with child hunger and raise awareness. All of the fans are donating, bringing the gifts. Helping us spread the word, as well. The fans are crazy. Yeah. We all should be. In the best way. We have a question on Twitter. She wants to know, how long do you plan on sleeping after the 24-hour road race? An important question, hunter. It's funny. I was planning on sleeping a little bit. We're going straight to Japan after this. We go on a plane as soon as we finish tomorrow. Not tomorrow. As soon as we finish, we come back to the city and pack up and fly straight to Japan. You're going to get a long sleep on that flight. Hunter, thanks a lot for coming.
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