Transcript for Jessica Simpson's Glamorous New Perfume Ad
It is time for "Pop news." And as always, ABC's Sara Haines. Thank you, Dan. Jessica Simpson is days away from her wedding. She channeled some of the bridal glamour in an ad for her new perfum perfume. He looks stunning. Her people were trying to come up with a name for the fragrance. She said maybe her own name. She's set to marry the father of her two kids next weekend. There are gamers and there are gamers. A new speed runner is claiming a world Rorer record for competing super Mario records. Blubbler. Blubbler. Open Mike, Ron. His winning time according to smb leaderboards wiki shaifd 0.4 off the ord old record. Supposedly a glitch in the game helped with the timing. Nintendo launched the game bay wac -- way back in 1985. When I played that music, my fiance was like, oh, my gosh, did you find the Mario brothers? I knew I was an addict when my family wanted to get me one and I said no, because I would never leave the house. The cutest triplets you have ever seen. The three tigerer cubs with seven weeks old and the pride of the Topeka zoo. They wrestle at every opportunity. They weigh about 13 pounds each. They're expected to make their public debut in August. They grow up to be big, big animals. Got that, Dan. Very large. I neuron would kick in. They're not always babies. And speaking of babies. We're in love with the baby in love with skateboarding. Yesterday, 9-month-old Nate who loves to ride with his dad. We asked you to send pictures of your own sports bay does. We got good ones. Navea is getting her swing figured out with Isaac. Owen Seymour started skiing at 18 months old. When Alex is good, her dad takes her around the neighborhood on in the scooter. Chase Anderson has been riding a dirt bike since he was 3. How cute is that kid? And 7-month-old Aiden likes skateboarding with his dad. They have these competitive baby bike -- motocross competitions for 2-year-olds, 3-year-olds. Their fearless. Watch, not doing. As long as they're not your own kid. We'll be right back. About Alaska, they think salmon and energy.
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