People Get Animals to Predict Super Bowl's Outcome

Sara Haines reports the top stories in the Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 02/01/14

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All right, we now have a special super bowl edition of "Pop news" and Sara Haines is all over it. I brought costumes. I brought food. You could never complain again and when it comes to predicting the winner of the super bowl you can either listen to the experts or listen to the animals. Altogether 11 animals have used their psychic powers around the country, one of our favorites is Eli the ape from Salt Lake City. He's going for a seventh straight year of correct predictions. This year he clearly believes it'll be a Seattle victory. But in Tennessee -- If he knocks it over -- That's a good thing. Who he thinks will win. We can't forget the famous ground hog Chattanooga chuck who predicted the broncos. Does he predict the end of winter? He's never gotten that right. Out of the whole list of 11, here's the final tally, 7 for dinner -- Dinner? Yeah. And coming to dinner. Seven for Denver and four for Seattle if that's they indicator. Oh, yeah. Against your predictions. Is that or or -- That is my prediction. I'll go with the animals. Now that we know who will win, the next logical thing to ponder, what would the super bowl look like as a mini bowl? Luckily the folks at Lego have unveiled their own model of metlife stadium filled with 100 tiny football fans and you can see some are waving flag, others are eating corn dogs. It took more than 440 hours to build the replica using 15,000 bricks. Seriously? Now to a super bowl version of frank Sinatra's "New York new York" these kids have become hometown heroes. ♪ Start spreading the news I'm leaving today ♪ Oh. ♪ I want to be a part of it new York New York ♪ We're cueing our own kick line. Big props to the teachers Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Burke who organized this. Your favorite part. It wouldn't be a super bowl without delicious snacks. The executive chef at Delaware north sports service is behind all the delicacies at metlife stadium and told us he wanted to show off the best of New York and New Jersey's food scene. We wanted to feel like new York street festival as you come into the building. Chef Eric has been good enough to deliver us with some of the sandwiches folks will be snacking on at the game. First is the kitchen sink sandwich. Hot dogs and sausage fried peppers still going, onion, potato, creamy vinegar based dressing. Next is a corn beef hoagie and meatball hoagie. How do you eat with two foam hands on. We'd like to see you try. We'll have all these recipes on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo! And 47 brand, our supporters hat, they're a family run business and licensed partner of the NFL and helped out earlier in the week so they've outfitted us today. We are really spoiled this morning. I can't understand what you're saying. I need this sugar. If you keep on eating we won't complain so just feed him. You've outdone yourself. Thank you, Sara. A great super bowl "Pop news" and the food is excellent. We appreciate it. The hat was fetching. We'll be right back with more "Gma." Keep it here as we eat. ]

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