Transcript for Jennifer Lopez named GQ’s Icon of the Year
Good morning. We start with Jennifer Lopez named icon of the year in "Gq's" men of the year issue. Congratulations, Jen. Gorgeous girl that she is. Inside the issue Jen does a revealing interview. She reveals she didn't take a single penny for her role in "Hustlers" choosing instead to roll the dice if you will and just take a producer's fee based on how the movie did at the box office saying, quote, I bank on myself. That's the Jenny from the block in me. I love that. And, you know, it was a solid bet the movie made $33 million its opening weekend. J. Lo would get a percentage of that. J. Lo is banking on a few upcoming projects including the super bowl halftime show where she will headline and also the new global face of coach proving she is quite the hustler herself. Yes. You can read the whole interview in "Gq's" men of the year issue on newsstands right now. Great read. Congrats again to Jennifer Lopez. Up next in "Pop news," here's a question for you. How could three people smart enough to get on "Jeopardy" all miss this question? In "A beautiful day in the neighborhood" beloved children's TV show host mister Rogers is played by this beloved actor? Film opens Friday. That's Tom Hanks. Not quickly enough. Sorry. Really? What? Come on, guys. Social media. Alex trebek should have said game over. Everybody get out of here. Next round. Social media went crazy over that, that none of the players knew it was Tom Hanks who by the way is getting major Oscar buzz for that role as mister Rogers. Reviewers saying it was the role Tom was born to play and, guy, perhaps there's a reason for that. At a recent red carpet event Tom and his fabulous wife Rita were given quite the surprise when they were presented with a family tree that shows that Tom is actually related to the iconic children's show host. He didn't know? No. It's unbelievable. According to ancestry.com, mister Rogers and Mr. Hanks are sixth cousins sharing the same great great great great-grandfather who immigrated from Germany to America in the 18th century. Can you see Tom playing his cousin in "A beautiful day in the neighborhood" when it opens this Friday. I cannot wait to see that movie. And finally just a quickie for you. When you have several meaningful and romantic dates at olive Garden it kind of makes perfect sense you would have a breadstick bar at your wedding reception. That's what Samantha and Jeff of Grand Rapids, Michigan, decided to do as part of their olive garden-themed wedding. The signs on the breadstick bar read I'll happily marinara you. Samantha grew up going to the chain restaurant and discovered -- and Jeff discovered it as a young adult. Their love of the chain and each other naturally are unlimited. And that, everybody, is "Pop news." All right.
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