Cannes crowd gives Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio film 6-minute standing ovation

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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We begin with Hollywood royalty in Cannes or Cannes depending on who you are. I believe it's actually Cannes which doesn't sound right but let's go wit. Sounds like it should be elegant but they say Cannes. Brad Pitt, Leo Dicaprio, a whole debate with myself. So Leo Dicaprio, Brad Pitt, Margo rob by all walked the red carpet before the world premiere of their new movie called "Once upon a time in Hollywood." Remember this. Early reviewers calling it nothing short of brilliant. That is strong praise. Yep. I agree. These actor, of course, amazing. The film about a washed up actor, his stuntman and their neighbor and I think a lot that goes on with the three of them received a six-minute standing "O" at its screening. You can read more about the movie and leading men in "Esquire" magazine along with the director. It comes out July 26th. Tarantino is brilliant. Pretty much an instant classic. Also in "Pop news," the ladies of "The view" gracing the cover of "The New York Times" magazine. Congratulations. Look at that title. The most important political show on television today. You heard it right there. Breaking through. They're influential. Joy Behar says they thought we were a bunch of ladies who lunch. Now they come on because we're influential. Today 12 of the 26 people who have announced that they are running for president in 2020 have appeared on the show. The writer of the article Amanda fitzsimmons says the show has become an influential political show because, quote, it isn't one and cites the show's, quote, off cuffness as part of what has attracted so many high-profile guests. We congratulate the women of "The view." There's also a political show on weekends that we do not miss. Uh-huh. Thank you. You're welcome. A bachelorette party with a unique theme, everybody. The bride-to-be absolutely loves chef Ina Gartner's show or cookbooks so all of her guests wearing her signature look. Why are there football players there? Sorry, Ina. There's Ina. So there's Ina signature look. Now let's see the ladies at the bachelorette party. There they are. All wearing Ina's chambray shirt, her Bob. One even dressed up as her husband Jeffrey often featured in her work. The pictures have gone viral and the barefoot contessa reposted the photo to her Instagram account saying I had to share this bachelor party in sag harbor. Where was my invitation? Jen garner also commented, the best thing I've ever seen. How was I not invited? So, ladies, you should have reached out to those gals. We thought that was cute. The football player thing, well, anyway, here's why we had that. The NFL star looking for love. Ravens tight end Hayden Hurst believes he may have found the girl of his dreams but she got away before he could seen get her name. He saw his future love, he's convinced, Sunday night on a spirit airlines flight from Jacksonville to Baltimore but as they got off the plane, a fan intercepted the football star, stopped his chance to find out who the lady was. He didn't get any information so Hayden took to social media and tweeted, quote, to the gorgeous tall brunette on my flight to Baltimore, you walk incredibly fast but here's hoping you have Twitter. #Theonethatgotaway. We're here to help. Public service announcement, lady, if you're out there. We know the tweet has been liked by more than 4,000 people so gorgeous, tall brunette tweed Hayden back. He's waiting. But he needed another hashtag, the hashtag was what? The one that got away. I hope you don't have a man already. Yes. Well, thank you. Always thinking. Got to keep him out of trouble. We'll see a follow-up on that one. Going to move to our "Gma" cover story. "Dance moms" star Abby Lee

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