Chris Pratt brags about prize-winning sheep

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4:13 | 01/30/19

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All right, we are going to begin with Chris Pratt, everyone. The actor has been known to take home an award or two but this particular skill set we did not know about. Turns out the guardian of the galaxy is also the guardian of pretty special sheep to celebrate his prize winning sheep posting a photo of this blue ribbon worthy wool. That's a bag of wool which came from a sheep he owned names cacao and finished it with book chic-cacao Cao. Very well done. That was good. Listen, you got to do what you got to do. Yeah. Oh. That's spelled e-w-e. Whoa. You know what I'm saying. Nicely done. For those who can't so my teleprompter. Sometimes you got to brag. Cacao a word about the award given out. He is not sheepish about his farming and frequently posts photos and videos of his time with his herd near a home he owns in Washington state. There he is. Pratt will be here next week on "Good morning America." I learned that less is more. You pick your spot. I pick my spots, robin. It's only taken 90 years. Also in "Pop news" this morning. Big news for fans of Ryan Reynolds. The "Deadpool" star going to go back to his roots in rom-coms. Who doesn't love him? We love him in these kind of films. He is set to produce in "Shotgun wedding," the first since "The proposal" can Sandra bullock. I love that movie. Made ten years ago, 2009. Despite what the name implies it has nothing to do with the rushing a marriage. Instead it's about a hilarious -- this is how it was described, hilarious adrenaline-fueled story of a couple whose extravagant destination wedding is taken over by criminals. Sounds like a riot. The movie starts shooting this summer. No word on who co-stars alongside Reynolds. We would like to suggest the plus, Blake lively. Oh, my. They are just so delightful to look at. And on Sunday night one city will be celebrating a super bowl win, the other city not so much. Lucky for the loser, either Boston or Los Angeles, Uber is announcing its first ever unhappy hour. Giving its reward members in the losing city free rides for up to 60 minutes after the game. Wow. It's a great idea. Uber says they can't take away the pain but can take away the payment up to $50. They are the only company getting in on the super perks. Pizza hut which has temporarily renamed itself pizza hut hut before the big game. Whoa. Two huts. I feel like I'm on fire with this guy. Really good. A great audience. He's like, I get it. So pizza hut hut has announced it will overdeliver for parents who literally deliver during the super bowl. The pizza Thain will give free pizza for a year plus tickets to the family that welcomes the first baby born after Sunday's kickoff. That's pressure. Oh, my gosh. Yeah. How do you enter that? You push real hard. To enter parents post a picture of their super bowl baby including exact time of birth on pizza hut hut's Twitter page and that, everybody, is "Pop news."

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