Transcript for 'Bohemian Rhapsody' sequel in the works?
George, good morning to you guys and good morning to you. We begin with "Bohemian rhapsody." The movie earning four oscars and now shocker, talk of a sequel is heating up. I mean, it was such a delight to watch this movie. This is according to the director of dozens of their videos. He tells "The New York post" is being discussed in the queen family and the lead guitarist Brian may has weighed in saying that he was instrumental in the first movie ending at live aid because it would be the perfect place for the follow-up film to pick up. Is this just real life or is this just fantasy? We shall see. Probably doesn't hurt that "Bohemian rhapsody" is already made $870 million worldwide. Make it happen. Somebody is going to want to make that happen. In the headlines this morning, the Jonas brother, their comeback was barely just announced. And now their new sickle "Sucker" has already rocketed trait to number one. It is the brothers' first number one single ever on the billboard song chart coming 11 years after their last big hit "Burning up" made it to number five. That was 2008. That's a long time coming for the brothers who posted this video after hearing the good news. I cannot believe it. Are you kidding me? Billboard hot 100 debut, number one, baby. Number one. We're number one. I can't believe it this. Is crazy. It's crazy. The news, the song, proving we're all still suckers for the Jo bro S. I don't like to use foul language as you know. Beyonce and Jay-Z once again showing that everything is love. That's the name of a song. The superstar couple honored with this year's vanguard award at the 30th annual glaad media awards. The vanguard is presented to artists who have made a significant difference in promoting acceptance of lgbtq people. You may recall at last year's event, there she is, our girl robin Roberts. Yes. Jay-Z's mom, Gloria Carter with a special recognition for her son's song. The awards on March 28th. Congratulations to Beyonce and Jay-Z. And finally, a very special birthday that has changed our world. Today is the 30th anniversary of the world wide web being born. In case you didn't know. 30? 30 years. There's more to it. That's where the www comes on a website in case you forgot. Google marking it with a special doodle today. To be clear the internet, Paula, I think this is what you're getting at. It's a few decades older but the web allows the display of documents, that started March 12th, 1989. So our big day that changed all parents' lives especially the Swiss scientist who invented the he said it's time for the web to grow up. Too many are using it for wrongdoing. He says in an article posted today, the web is for everyone. We do have the power to change it for good. It's a great article. That's all I have for. You thank you. I'm very ladylike. So prim and proper.
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