Transcript for Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande release video for their new duet 'Rain on me'
We are back with Ariana grande and lady gaga's new song "Rain on me." We've got much more on this amazing collaboration in "Pop news," and Maggie Rulli is joining us from London filling in for us this morning. Good morning, Maggie. Good morning, Eva. I know you sent me all the way across the pond, but somehow I found my way back to you. We're going to kick things off with lady gaga and Ariana grande dropping the music video for their highly anticipated duet "Rain on me." Take a look. No one's ever said here's a head's-up for rob. There's definitely going to be some rain in the forecast because we're going to be listening to that song all weekend long. He dropped the song on Thursday night, and it premiered number one right away. This is the second single off gaga's sixth studio album "Chromatica" but we're hoping it's the first of many. The two said they got along so well in the process even posting photos together from the studio where they recorded the song. Gaga describes "Chromatica" as a reclaiming of the dance floor. I'm feeling you, girl. I'm out there with you. We can't wait to see what the rest of the album holds when it is roo leased next Friday, may 29th. Now to superstars giving back in the fight against coronavirus around the globe. Ralph Lauren has announced his company is donating 1.5 million products. They'll be giving away sweatshirts, sweat pants, t-shirts and more. Also stepping up, Oprah. She is pledging $12 million to help some of the places she's called home including underserved communities in Chicago, Baltimore, Nashville, Milwaukee and in Mississippi, the place where she was born. Oprah said, quote, look at your own neighborhood, look in your own backyard to see how you can serve and where your service is more essential. In Chicago 5 million would go to live healthy Chicago. In Nashville where Oprah started her media career 2 million would go to Nashville nurtures and in Milwaukee where she lived with her home she's help those in need of mental health care with a $100,000 donation. So cool to see them giving back like that. And finally this is great. A special message for graduates at Missouri state university from none other than Brad Pitt. Take a look at his message for the msu class of 2020. Hi, everyone. Brad here from quarantine. With a shoutout to the graduating class of Missouri state university. Yay. Must be very strange doing this in these trying times. But know we're rooting for you. Our money is on you to make this world a better place. And we wish you all the best in your future endeavors. So, you did it. You made it. Enjoy. Congrats again and think big. How much do you love Brad? Love that he sent them off in style like that. Springfield, Missouri, where the university is located holds a special place in Brad's it is his hometown and it turns out the special lockdown surprise is all thanks to Dr. Elizabeth king from the college of education. She tweeted a video requesting the uplifting message from Brad and, heck, I guess it worked. I think it was this part that really convinced him. I think it's a win for all of us, right? You get to connect with your ozark roots. Students will, frankly, die if something like this happens, and I will be the coolest professor on campus. Reporter: Definitely the coolest professor on campus. Major congrats to the msu graduates and the 2020 grads across the country. So proud of you. That will wrap it up for "Pop news" here from London but, guys, you know how much I miss you in New York, and I know that you miss me as well. So I'm sending you a treat from all the way across the atlantic. These are some of my new favorite British treats. I also know that food is the way to your hearts. No way. So I'm trying to make you all love me again. We have some biscuits and maltesers, a famous British candy over here. I spotted these. Happy "Pop news." I'm so with you no matter how far apart we are. Thank you so much. Maggie, so good to see think morning.
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