Global event ‘Vax Live’ airing overnight with host Selena Gomez

ABC News' Janai Norman reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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Transcript for Global event ‘Vax Live’ airing overnight with host Selena Gomez
Time now for "Pop news," and janai is here. Happy mother's day. Thank you. I need to set the record straight for what rob said. Everything good comes from new Jersey. Got it. Doesn't happen in New Jersey? Okay. All right. Right? Things occur. Time for "Pop news," and we start with that huge event that aired overnight all in the name of fighting the pandemic. Sweet Caroline Stars like Jennifer Lopez taking to the stage at live vax fund-raising event which was attended by 20,000 fully vaccinated concertoncertgoers in California. Pearl jam also entertaining the crowd. To promote vaccine efforts in the U.S. And making sure vaccines are accessible for - everyone around the world. It was hosted by Selena Gomez, and prince Harry was there, and Meghan Markle delivering an important message. My husband and I believe it's critical that our country prioritizes the health and safety of everyone, and particularly women who have been disproportionately affected by this pandemic. Women and especially women of color have seen a generation of economic gain wiped out. They say their efforts helped mobilize $302 million, and more than 26 million vaccine doses. On this mother's day, a look at the names we're giving our little ones. Here are the most popular baby names in the U.S. For 2020. For boys, Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah and William followed by James, Benjamin, Lucas, Henry and Alexander. For girls, Olivia, Emma, ava, Charlotte and Sophia. Then comes Amelia, Isabella, Mia, Evelyn and Harper. The top three remain the same for the second year in a row. We hit one. Alexander. Number ten. Not too bad. Finally, mothers don't leave anything to chance, right? A new survey confirming that. A survey conducted by one poll for the jewelry company mejuri found that more than half of women polled bought themselves their own mother's day gift. What? We leave nothing to chance. The shopping extends to other holidays like Christmas and Valentine's day. 47% of women have shopped specifically for a present that someone else in their life could give them. Many doing the shopping for spouses and kids. You got to make sure you get something you like. That's right, but you know what? You don't have to worry about that this year. You know why? Why? Bring it on out, boys. Oh my gosh. We got you covered. I was, like, wait a second. What? I appreciate it. And there's a special message. No disrespect to any other mother, but my wife is the best mother of all-time. The kids are asleep, but we have something very special for you waiting when you get home. Happy mother's day. We love you. He kept closing the bedroom door yesterday because he had foot surgery recently and I was, like, what are you doing? You're supposed to be in bed. That's so funny. He wanted to surprise you.

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