Transcript for Meet The Kids Who Competed Until Spelling Bee Ran Out of Words
Very special one today. Two brilliant guests joining us this morning. Not one of us on the couch -- No. 11-year-old Sophia Hoffman, 13-year-old Kush Sharma. They started competing in the Jackson county, Missouri, spelling bee. Welcome, welcome. They start competing on Saturday at 9:00 A.M. On their way to the national spelling bee. After more than 60 rounds, competition had to be called much the judges ran out of words as they were still tied and so today -- Uh-oh. Skinny Mike. The epic standoff that shall resume March 8th for a single spot in the Scripps national spelling bee. We are going to showcase their talents today and to -- well, make it easy on camera B, away we go. Kush, how tiring was it? Well, it was tiring when it finished. Okay. Well, you've run into some problem. First of all, Sophia, spell schadenfreude. S-c-a-a-d-e-n-f-r-e-u-d-e. There you go. Kush, please spell inatlau -- Is the language of origin Italian. Probably yes. I'll take that as a yes. I I-n-t-a-l-u-g-io. Capricious. Definition. Given to sudden mood changes -- Capricious. Language of origin? I believe it's Latin. C-a-p-r-I-c-I-o-u-s. That is correct. That is correct. You know what, I'm going -- we will be back. The competition will continue after the break because guess what, for them it's continuing for months and months and months, go nowhere. Coming up "Good morning
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