Aretha Franklin's handwritten wills discovered

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:41 | 05/21/19

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We sure do, good morning to you, robin. Good morning, guys. So we'll begin with a mystery regarding the queen of soul Aretha Franklin. When she passed away it was believed she never made a will and been almost a year and now three different handwritten versions have been found inside her Detroit area home. The most recent dated March 2014. Found under a cushion in her living room written in a spiral notebook. Lawyers say the four pages are difficult to decipher but definitely written by Franklin. That's been verified. The other two wills written in 2010 were found in a locked cabinet and finally found the key and that was also in the house. According to the most recent will, though, she reportedly leaves her assets to family members including her four sons and the estate currently checking to see if a handwritten document is legal under Michigan a hearing scheduled for June 22nd. It was pretty surprising when we reported she had not left a will. Now we know she, in fact, did. Absolutely. But she always did things her way. Yep. I hope that all works out for everybody. Amy Schumer also in the news. She may have just had a baby a little over two weeks ago but she's already on stage. The comedian taking to Instagram to share a photo of herself performing a set at New York's famous comedy cellar writing, I'm back! Congratulations, Amy. She snuck out to work some material. She welcomed her son on may 5th. No word on what the topic she touched on was but Schumer has not been shy needless to say in sharing the ups and downs of a she even posed with her baby bump at the met's red carpet on her way to give birth at the hospital and then later welcoming their own royal baby, as she called him into the world justours before Meghan and Harry announced the birth of their son Archie. Glad Amy is back. And finally this one caught our eye. David Jacobs vacationing in Miami returned to rental property to discover an uninvited guest. A full size gator chilling on a blow up gator. That is not toto shopped. We have verified that really happened kicking back soaking up the rays like we do. A wildlife management company was there to remove the real one. The other one they left behind. That was not photo shopped. How did he get up there? Gators are talented. No idea. All right, Lara, thank you, as

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