$1 Million Bid Wins Trip to Space with Leonardo Dicaprio

Lara Spencer reports the latest news in the Pop News Heat Index.
2:47 | 05/23/14

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:

{{nextVideo.title}}

{{nextVideo.description}}

Skip to this video now

Now Playing:

{{currentVideo.title}}

More information on this video
Enhanced full screen
Explore related content
Comments
Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for $1 Million Bid Wins Trip to Space with Leonardo Dicaprio
news." Let's do it. Tgif. Leo Dicaprio. So over the moon by "The wolf of Wall Street" star, to spent over $1 million to go there with him. Dicaprio -- as I was Reading it, I need to explain. Dicaprio auctioned off the seat next to him on virgin galactic's space liner. That's sir Richard Branson's rocket ship ride. It happened in Cannes, France. A star-studded affair. Raising over $38 million on behalf of AIDS research. $38 million? That's a fantastic event. And Leonardo Dicaprio always so generous. I want to go on that rocket ship. 1 million bucks. Also in "Pop news" this morning. So excited to share this with you. A savvy flea market shopper must be bubbling this morning. Jim of Albuquerque, New Mexico, paid $4 for this old Coca-Cola battle. It was embossed with the name pemperton. Vantage is an understatement. We're talking pemberton, the original maker of Coca-Cola. He's going to have a coke and a smile after it sells at auction this weekend. The $4 buy expected to bring in at least $5,000. At least. At least. There's so many coke collectors out there. And this is completely rare because it's so fragile. So, good eye, Jim. More proof as to why you should brake for yard sales. And flea markets. And the occasional dumpster. Remember that song, "You can leave your hat on" by Joe cocker. "Dancing with the stars" pros Maks and Val, they did just that. Just that. Oh, whoa. They left their hats on, all right. In their new -- can we get a shot of robin, please? A shot of robin, please. That was a shoot for the new "People" magazine. And this is behind-the-scenes video, trying to dance and pose with their one accessory. Looks like they're doing just fine. Don't look uncomfortable at all. Maks -- hats off, everybody. Hats off, to the brothers. You can see the pictures in "People's" hottest bodies story. The magazine on newsstands now. That is "Pop news."

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"id":23840044,"title":"$1 Million Bid Wins Trip to Space with Leonardo Dicaprio","duration":"2:47","description":"Lara Spencer reports the latest news in the Pop News Heat Index.","section":"GMA","mediaType":"Default"}