'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020' announces performers

Sara Haines reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:36 | 12/17/19

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Transcript for 'Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020' announces performers
Yes, good morning. We begin with a "Pop news" exclusive. We are excited to announce the performers who will be taking the stage right here in times square during Dick Clark's new year's rockin' eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020. Post Malone will be making his times square debut and so will global phenomenon bts. Country music superstar Sam hunt is also performing and the one and only Alanis Morissette will take the stage, yeah, the cast of the hit Broadway musical "Jagged little pill." Very cool. New year's rockin' eve with celebrations from New York City to L.A. To New Orleans and all happens on December 31st at 8:00 P.M. Eastern right here on ABC. That was the exclusive part. And now to a galaxy not so far away, Hollywood. Stars coming out in full force for the premiere of "Star wars: The rise of Skywalker," the blue carpet was full of familiar faces like mark Hamill, chewbacca, r2-d2. C3po and check out this reunion between two smooth talking smugglers, Han solo and Lando calrissian. Yes. Aka Harrison Ford and Billy Dee Williams, of course, stars Daisy Ridley, Adam driver also hit the carpet but caught up with John boyega who told us how he prepared to take in the emotional last installment of this trilogy. I got my own snacks because I ain't going out like that. I got a big bag since I went to 7-eleven and got all my snacks and about to go in, popcorn, I got some haribos. All sorts of stuff. There you go. I thought you guys could snack as well. Thank you. Inside director J.J. Abrams told the audience it was terrifying to introduce them to this final film but turns out he had nothing to worry about. The movie's already earning praise with early reviews calling it phenomenal, hopeful and beautiful. "The rise of Skywalker" soars into theaters this Friday. I'm calling these delicious. These, you guys, I win points through the stomh. Want a Swedish fish. I had no idea they would be that much of a hit. Unless you're living under a rock on tatooine, oh, my gosh, I'm going down with the "Star wars" fans. You've seen how the internet has fallen in love with baby yoda from "Mandalorian." The force is strong at a hospital in Pennsylvania. Check out these sweet little newborns dressed up as real-life baby yodas. Their onesies saying, cute, I am and merry, I must be. The hospital telling us that it's their annual tradition to dress the babies in the nursery in festive attire around the holidays. This year the babies are, quote, out of this galaxy cute. Not agree more, we could. Oh, wow. Wow, Sara. We have to admit my baby yoda is better than my chewbacca. Hey, news people, take it

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