Massive 16 Foot Gingerbread House Wows Crowds at Disneyworld

Lara Spencer reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
3:00 | 12/25/13

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And a very merry "pop news" for you today. You like that? Everybody, merry christmas. And the fun keeps going after "gma" this morning with the disney parks christmas day parade. I got to be a part of it. Hosting with the one and only nph, neil patrick harris. Such a talented guy. Nick cannon, in l.A. What a team. A dream team. We've all -- gee, thanks. No. The other dream team. We're eating christmas cookies and stuff today, I wanted to share something I spotted at disney world. The 15-foot tall gingerbread house. Constructed with over 1,000 pounds of honey, 600 pounds of powdered sugar, 200 pounds of glaze, and more sweet stuff where that came from. Tastes as awesome as it looked. It did look awesome. Disney does not do anything halfway. You can see that firsthand when the parade starts right after "gma." Right here on abc. How could you get from new york to orlando, just like that? I am where I'm needed. Christmas magic. Christmas magic. They call it the ugliest 5k on the planet. We love every inch of it. It's the annual, their word, ugly sweater run. I think that the sweaters are the greatest. I love a good christmas sweater. We have a contest every year. This happens across the country. Thousands of runners particip participating, indianapolis, philly, california, just to name a few. Christmas trees, snowmen. In josh's case, ornaments dangling. And they judge. I hate the word dangle. But I had to say it. They were dangling. The sweaters, people break out once a year and wear to the heart's contend of all, are judged. I don't know how you judge best or worst? But it's a great thing. Finally, everybody, one last thing. A little participation? Be happy to. Are you ready for a little christmas quiz. Where do carolers, what part of the world -- these are traditions from all over the world. Where do carolers dress up in animal costumes and they sing onlyexchange for food? Latvia. I'm going to go with latvia. How in the world did you know that? Was that right? That was correct. The animal costume. That also happens on tuesdays here. Where do farmers celebrate by building nativity scenes out of radishes? France? Canada or that other country. Oaxaca. A state in mexico, oaxaca. I'm going with that one, too. Josh, do you have the answers? No. Two for two. It's just fun to say oaxaca. Thank you. It wasn't fun for me when I was trying to. And finally, where do people celebrate by dressing up like this? Like this? These are straw demons. B bavaria, iceland, or greece? I would say bavaria. Robin roberts, congratulations. If we're keeping a tally, josh, you win. I knew it wasn't greece. Your homeland. A tip of the hat to buzz feed because they put together that cool list of traditions all over the world. Everybody, out there, celebrating in their own special way. And we love it all.

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