Transcript for Diana Ross celebrates her 75th birthday and new documentary
And fun is "Pop news," that's what it is. Yeah, it's popping. Good morning to you, guys. Good morning to our great audience and to you. We begin with birthday wishes for a music legend, Diana Ross, everybody, celebrating her 75th today. The motown legend will be celebrating by giving back to fans. She's performing tonight at the Hollywood palladium for a special birthday show but there is something for all of us, opening tonight, two days only, a new documentary called "Diana Ross" her, life, love and legacy will play across the country. It includes never before seen footage from her 60-year career and a remastered version of her iconic 1983 central park concert where she stayed on stage to the huge crowd even during a massive downpour. The film will be presented on nearly 700 stages tonight, two days only, do you know where you're going to? Every once in a while I have to. Upside down you're turning me. Inside out. All right. I'm coming out with another story now. Wow. The music man has found -- I know. Try the meat loaf. I'm here all week. As I was saying the music man has found his leading lady. We told you recently Hugh Jackman will star in a revival of the Broadway classic "Music man." Now we know Sutton foster will be his co-star. Isn't that unbelievable. Jackman so talented and posted this snap of himself with foster at the 2014 tonys and the caption for our next dance. Sutton is Marian, #Marion and he tagged "The music man," actor, singer, dancer, she won her first Tony for "Thorough modern milli"in 2002 and second for "Anything goes" in 2011 and conquered television as the star of the hit show "Younger." First time back to Broadway in six years. We welcome you back, Sutton. A great cast. Yep. I heard Sutton is coming here too so that's exciting. Yes, indeed, breaking news. Do you hear the song? Yeah. That's bon jovi. "Living on a prayer ��� the band is inviting fans to join them on their upcoming runway to paradise cruise on Norwegian cruise lines. During this four-night trip to Miami to Bahamas and back you'll get to see the band perform. You'll sip his Hampton water rose. I highly recommend it, by the way, there's also live karaoke with I think -- I don't know if it's their band but I know it's live band karaoke and q&a sessions with the band and food by soul kippen, the musician's strauchts that gives back to families in seed. It sails April 12th on Norwegian and starts around $700 and not surprisingly is almost sold out so check it out if you love bon Joe very. Have fun and give back a little bit. Oh, yeah. End on a high note. You look professional. Back to you, robin. Finally, the European gull screeching competition. My dream come true. It was held in Belgium on Sunday. Talented competitors flocked from across Europe to claim the title, take a listen. Oh, no. So proud of them. This is my dream. Why is there a banana hanging. I don't know. Motivation. That's disturbing. So incredible. Do you see the focus on their faces, though? The audience gets to squawk their approval. Contestants are judged on sound, they are given extra points if they can look and behave like a seagull as you noted. The first annual championships but hopefully not the last. Excellent. As always, thank you, Lara.
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