Morning-After Wedding Pictures Gain Popularity

Lara Spencer reports what has people buzzing on the "GAA" Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 08/23/12

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"Pop news," everybody. And -- professional transition. And this is a really beautiful story. Okay. It's really -- it's very romantic. A new trend in wedding photography is emerging that captures the moment not when you say "i do," more the moment after you did, it. Brides and grooms always get pictures of the first kiss, first cake slice, first dance. Now many others want to document that other first, or not first. Scheduling photogs to come to their hotel or their home the morning after the wedding to shoot them in rumpled beds, steamy shower, one photog does this to show that she does it to show marriage is happy, it's sexy, and, quote, it's not over. It is a memory. That's all I can say. I've been married quite a few years. Sometimes there's no words. Would anybody do it? Would anybody get the morning after? No. Look at all of the hands. In fact there is one hand in the back. No? How long have you been married? These are photos that will last a lifetime. All right. So, anyway, also in "pop news" speaking of mating -- that's not true, I don't buy that. Speaking of mating, we turn to the london zoo that every year this time they discover some of the animals pregnant. They discover this because it's actual weigh-in day. Sometimes, it's not always easy to look that momma has child. It's important, just as it is us to get our physicals. Not easy to do. They round up every animal, big and small, everyone steps on the scale. The lemur I understand are slippery sucker, and the boa constrictor takes eight men to weigh. And the easiest to weigh is dirk, the old man in the zoo. 72 years young. He knows slow and steady wins the race. By the way, dirk weighed in at 170 kilo, that's about 374 pounds. anybody want to do like a weigh-in after the show? It's annual weigh-in day at "gaa." You must be pregnant, whoo! That's terrible. Finally on "pop news" we love us some vanilla ice, he was here monday showing us his passion for diy passion. His first love is music. Stop, collaborate and listen. Because ice is back with a brand-new invention. A remix of his hit "ice ice baby." Including a zumba moves. What is zumba. It's fitness craze, that's based on dance. Based on african dance. And you will burn some weight. That's a dance? That's a dance. Oh, no, look, scotty our stage manager is doing it. Ike -- come on, give it us to, scotty. We have our own ice in the audience. "ice ice baby" back in the

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