Is Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson considering a run for president?

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:01 | 04/12/21

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Time now for "Pop news." Good morning, Lara. Good Monday morning to you. Good morning, robin. We're going to begin with the rock for president? It is not a new action movie for our friend Dwayne "The rock" Johnson. This could actually happen in real life. Last week a poll showed that 46% of Americans would support Johnson if he decided to run for president, and the rock clearly taking the support pretty seriously writing on Instagram, I don't think our founding fathers ever envisioned a 6'4", bald, tattooed, half black, half Samoan, tequila drinking, pickup truck driving, fanny pack wearing guy joining their club but if it ever happens, it would be my honor to serve you, the people. That post getting over 5.5 million likes. Johnson has said over the years several times he was intrigued by the idea of public office, but he was aware enough to say he wants experience, and a better understanding of policy before running. Also in "Pop news" this morning, we're about to talk about the baftaawards, and Brad Pitt is branching out from actor to fashion designer. The 57-year-old is teaming up with Italian clothing company he won of course, for best supporting actor. Brad will be the first person the Italian brand has teamed up with on a capsule collection. Writing on their website, next to being one of Hollywood's most impactful stars, Pitt is a style icon. His way of wearing clothes, whether formal, casual or black tie, reflects his personality rather than distracting from it. The limited collection features a range of items. They're not cheap costing between $750 for a dress shirt to $5,800 for a custom suit. You can see all of them there with Pitt's signature. We saw hideki matsuyama win the masters yesterday. What a day in golf. The tournament in Georgia was amazing, but a tweet from Adam Sandler is winning online. The "Happy Gilmore" star noticing a striking resemblance between zalatoris and the guy who played his caddie in the 1996 comedy. Sandler posting a message to zalatoris before the final round tweeting, quote, have today, young man. Mr. Gilmore is watching you and very proud. 24-year-old zalatoris is embracing the comparison even stamping, Mr. Gilmore, I'm your caddie on his wedge, and that may have brought him very good luck. Ending the masters at just -- what did I say? 24 years young, second place finish, guys. One stroke behind matsuyama. Loved sharing that. Loved watching it. With that, George, I know you were watching as well, and back to you in the studio. Thank you, Lara.

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