1st look at Entertainment Weekly's entertainers of the year

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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But right now time for "Pop news" with Lara. Hi, good morning, everybody. Yeah, right to it with a "Pop news" exclusive. Thanks to "Entertainment weekly" giving us the first look at their official entertainers of the year and never have we all been more grateful for those entertainers, the covers are shared by six amazing talents first up, the co-creator of our favorite show that rhymes with Ritz, Ritz creek, Dan and Eugene levy who smashed Emmy records earlier this year. Also being monned, Sacha baron Cohen, Pedro Pascal, Kerry Washington for her many roles this year and her cultural impact in front of and behind the camera and finally the late Chadwick Boseman, the cover stars were chosen for their ability to bring light into our lives during a challenging year. "Entertainment weekly's" annual entertainers of the year issue hits newsstands December 18th. Thank you, E.W., for that great exclusive. Also popping this morning, Mariah saves the holidays, that's what "Elle" magazine says. That's what they say on their digital issue fee tearing her with a special edition, holiday edition of their song association game. Take a look. Hmm, Christmas, I don't know what to say bit. Kind of obsessed with it. Gonna find out who's naughty or nice Santa Claus coming to town, naughty. I prefer to be nice but, you know, you never know what happens. I won't even wish for snow I've recorded and written a lot of holiday songs and reinterpreted a lot of holiday songs but the first Christmas song I ever wrote was "All I want for Christmas is you." Qelle's" holiday issue great fun, check it out online and Mariah Carey's magical Christmas special debuts Friday on apple TV plus, but even before that, you can tune in this Thursday when miss Mariah brings her holiday spirit right here to "Gma." Finally this morning, we want you to meet Wolfgang. A very special fella brought to a shelter grossly overweight. Oh, my goodness, he is now being fostered by Erin who is helping him get back on track. When they started his weight loss journey, he was 90 pounds. Guys, for reference beagles should weigh between 25 and 30 pounds. Look at him now, though. Through a change in his diet and lots of exercise, including water therapy, wolfie is now down to 39 gorgeous pounds dropping over half his body weight in a year and a half. Look at that guy go. He continues to get better and better and he's smiling there. The best part of this story, Erin has gone from foster mom to real mom adopting him to make sure he has a healthy forever home. That's your inspirational end to this "Pop news."

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