Transcript for Mila Kunis Tells Ellen Degeneres About Her Weird Pregnancy Cravings
All right. The segment we've been waiting for all morning, as we do every weekend. Yes. "Pop news," with Sara Haines. If you could only see the dance Dan was just doing. Mila Kunis has spoken for the first time about her engagement to Ashton Kutcher. She opened to Ellen DeGeneres about her cravings for pickles and sauerkraut. Will you do an epidural? No. I know. I'm crazy. I did this to myself. I wanted this. It's not like -- no one made me do this. You didn't do it to yourself. I know that much. The star revealed Ashton is learning her native language so they can speak to the baby in Russian. And if that doesn't work, bianna tutors on the side in Russian. You can hire her as your nanny. I'm impressed every time by that. 100% of the time. I know. Which is more exciting? He's going to do the newscast next week in Russian. Major buzz for hunter Hayes. He's officially a world record holder. The country star kicked things off right here on "Gma" yesterday morning. Embarking on a challenge to play the most concerts in multiple cities in 24 hours. The old record was eight shows in one day. Hunter played ten. Here's the moment he officially made history, just hours ago, in Asbury park, New Jersey. You have been part of a world record. A phenomenal awareness for child hunger. I give concerts all night long. Next up and getting plenty of chatter online, netflix is announcing it is raising its prices to pay for shows like "House of cards." With each episode said to cost $4.5 million to make. As for what that means for binge watchers, $1 extra a month. New subscribers will pay that price now. If you're an existing customer, that price change will happen in 2016. I think it's worth it if you've seen "House of cards," or "Orange is the new black." Take my dollar if it means better programming. We will. Call Dr. Dre, too, for some money. He can afford to loan it out. Percolating this morning with caffeine. The top-five coffee obsessed cities. "Men's health" has ranked the biggest coffee drinkers. The top spot goes to Portland, Maine, followed by Manchester, New Hampshire, Burlington, Vermont, Portland, Oregon, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. We've been asking for your mug photos on Twitter and Facebook. Here's Jamie from Maryland. She looks angry. A bitter brew there. Grumpy. And this one is from Kristen. There's a chance this is vodka. And Debbie likes a large cup. And Christine starts her day with wonder woman. I lived for a while in Portland, Maine. It's cold there. You need hot coffee. We have to take a break. I'm going to stop talking. We'll be right back.
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