Julie Andrews receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the Venice Film Festival

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:29 | 09/03/19

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Transcript for Julie Andrews receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the Venice Film Festival
How about some "Pop news." Good morning to you, guys, good morning to you, we begin with a special honor for one of our all-time favorites, dame Julianne Drews receiving a lifetime achievement award at the this year's Venice film festival for her remarkable 60-year career on the big screen and I got to say she truly has climbed every mountain. I had to do it. In addition to the "Sound of music" she has an Oscar for her role as Mary Poppins and "Victor Victoria" and "The princess diaries" tells the audience I still marvel at the fact that I was the lucky girl asked to play all those wonderful roles. And they keep on coming. The 83-year-old has a new series on the way and has written her second memoir set for release next month. Congratulations to Julianne Drews. So lovely. Ery time she is here, absolutely lovely when she comes to visit. New them what so maybe she'll visit again. An early birthday celebration for Beyonce over the weekend. Happy birthday queen bey. It was at the made in America festival. She turns 38 tomorrow but Jay-Z and pals surprised her with a cake and celebration backstage. There it is. Beyonce has headlined the festival a few times but she was anticipate to let other stars take center stage including lizzo who by the way there you see it has two very big fans in the Carters. Do you see them, she posted this picture writing swipe to lose your mind after seeing Beyonce and Jay-Z watching her from the sideline. Congrats to lfrment Izzo and happy early birthday to Beyonce. She's on fire. She is great. Funny. She is great, great. Also in the news this morning, baby news. It was a two for one deal at the Berlin zoo. Yeah, where they have never had ray panda birth and now they have two. Baby pan dis, both pink bundles hey, mommy. Mang-mang is holding one of the babies, taking care one of the little guys putting him or her on her furry belly to warm them up. Pandas are used to caring for only one baby at a time. Twin births are rare and this is a huge deal for conservation efforts. Keeping a close watch. So big and so little. Then finally a little laugh for you. A bride-to-be in Nebraska told her bridesmaids, you know what, wear whatever you want for the big day. She thought she was being nice and flexible. Her sister Christina who happened to be the maid of honor decided to take her up in her offer and showed up in this. Wear whatever you want. The last laugh may be on her. The bride loved the t-rex suit and said, no, you know what, keep it on, please, for the ceremony on the very warm day. The photo going viral on Facebook. The maid of honor writing, look, if I'm spending more than $50 I want it to be a dinosaur costume because they're fantastic. Always wanted one and my sister did say we could wear anything.

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