Blake Lively debuts baby bump on 'Pokemon Detective Pikachu' yellow carpet

Sam Champion reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
5:13 | 05/03/19

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Transcript for Blake Lively debuts baby bump on 'Pokemon Detective Pikachu' yellow carpet
A little "Pop news," hi, everybody. David, robin, Cecilia, because we don't call it Friday until something pops so here we go. I don't need to know. I meant it in the best way. We begin with Hollywood baby news. The lively Reynolds family is going to Gisele livelier. Come on. People, you've got to work hard because I'm not working that hard so you have to work hard. Okay, we found out she was expecting baby number flee with her husband Ryan Reynolds because they stepped out on the red carpet at the their New York premiere of "Pokemon: Detective pikachu" and we said immediately, I don't need no detective, I detect something is up. There may be another baby in the family. There you go. Major surprise. Debuting her baby bump for the entire world. Looking gorgeous in a sparkly yellow gown. I don't know much more other than that. Reynolds -- Sparkly. A different shade of -- anyway, get back to it. Well, we'll get those notes later. Telling "People" magazine their focus is on family. They don't movies together at the same time so they have two daughters already. 4-year-old James and 2-year-old Inez. And so what she says is that they do a movie while the other one stays home and then the other one can do a movie and they stay home because they make family their first thing. Also debuting a baby bump, Keira knightley revealed she's pregnant with her second child with her husband. So, congratulations, everyone. All the way around. Apparently now all you have to do is step out on the red carpet and you're pregnant so be careful. Be careful, people. It's Hollywood. Now to gym "Game of thrones." Fans are worried one of their favorite characters could be killed off by the drake curse. We told you about this curse before. Basically every team that the music superstar publicly backs loses big time. He supported Alabama sweatshirt before the college national championships. Now, 'bama ended up -- robin, this is football. Losing to Clemson, the tigers 44-16 which is not a good thing when you've picked the loser. He did it in football. He did it in soccer. He did it in hockey but does it apply to TV shows. On Wednesday the billboard awards during his acceptance speech drake said this -- Shoutout to Arya stark for putting in that work last week. Hmm. So "Game of thrones" fans were not so happy. They started freaking out. One person tweeting, drake's curse better not apply to fictional characters. Don't play. We need to see this work out well and there was that knife drop. How good? Am I giving too much away by saying that? I'm on the edge. Cecilia says I'm on the edge. If we survive the drake curse this will be the first time that that has happened. Finally can we get a little laptop drumroll. Just for a second, I don't want any bruising. Everything is good. Here's a question. You can dump your pillowcase instead of carrying a briefcase or carry your pillowcase of a briefcase. Is that okay? Because there's a new job on the line. Dream job, ladies and gentlemen, get paid to sleep as the next snooze tern. So here's the company. Get ready, take notes. Mattress firm is offering paid internships. You get paid to test beds and discover your perfect sleeping position. Are you on the side sleeper, are you a back with your head -- Yeah. Side. Everybody side? Yeah. Stomach. What are you? Well, is it sleeping or passing out? Which one are we talking about? All right, so -- I love this man. You have to create videos in your snooze tern experience. It's a little work. If you're a slummer star you get to catch your major Zs and you can apply online. The deadline is tonight so you got to do it right now. Are you guys on the phones right now. Mattress firm. So I want to just tell you that we have sleeping problems here on this show all the time. I have been here a long time and found all the good places to sleep. I want to show you in case you come to the show. Here they are. So I used to nap in the makeup room all the time. Because it's like 4:00 A.M. Now, the other place I think it is actually -- That's ginger's -- Ginger's makeup room. Best place to cop a nap. Sometimes you have to take a nap in the control room. Wow. Now, all right. Any of you have ever done any of those spots in the room? Going to do it now. Hey, I have to catch a flight. Emmett and pat Smith have this wonderful foundation in Dallas I'm emceeing. He played for the cowboys and now you know, I had to stay for "Pop news." I had to have that. And that is "Pop".

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