Justin Timberlake Shares Life Advice at Teen Choice Awards

ABC News' Sarah Haines reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:57 | 08/01/16

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Transcript for Justin Timberlake Shares Life Advice at Teen Choice Awards
which makes it a smiling magma. Natural phenomenon this morning. You know, things that are like other things. I know. Such a gift. Thank you. I can't top that smiling face. Ah. Magma. One more time. Magma. Magma. Yeah. Done that a few types and it never gets old. Time now for "Pop news." We begin with last night's teen choice awards. Top prizes went to daisy ready, "Captain America" civil war and "Once upon a time." Justin Timberlake taking home the first ever decade award. Here's a small part of his acceptance speech. I'm here to say you will make mistakes along the way, you will fall down. I have, many types even Ali did, but what we do after that fall is how we make history. Because impossible is nothing. The 35-year-old singer also used his speech to highlight the importance of diversity and working with people from all walks of life. I love when people put that thought into the platform they have. Nailed it. Good year of speeches so far. Tonight is the explosive finale of "The bachelorette" down to two men vying for jojo's heart, Jordan and Robby. Escrow Jo was left heartbroken at the end of "The bachelor" last season. Who is she leaving behind tonight? We have an exclusive sneak peek. Very wary of falling in love with more than one person, I didn't see that happening for me. And it did. I've never in my entire life chosen to say good-bye to love. Have never done it. I don't know how I'm going to be able to do it. Ooh. I thought you were going to give it away. No, we don't do that here, George. We tease, George. The finale at 8:00. Tomorrow morning jojo and her guy if she picks one will be here live for her interview. I know you can't wait for this. One of your faves. Finally traveling can be exhausting thanks to busy airports and long walks between terminals. Now there is a modobag. Our interns are testing them out. I knew it. I knew you were going to bring them to the studio. I mean, come on. Amy, you first talked about it. These new rideable suitcases in her newscast and travel up to six mys on a single charge. That's better than my phone. Powered using a standard outlet. It is and reach a max speed of eight miles an hour. It was invented by Kevin o'donnell funded by indygogo. You can preorder right now for a cool $995. Oh. A little fast. It is a little fast but I dare anyone the first time they see it to break into a sprint against the person. Great interns we have. You don't think that took time to get any volunteers. Would you like to come in and ride a bag for us. 995, huh. It doubles as transportation, so it's not just a bag, it's a car, kind of. Two.

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