Melissa McCarthy says she roots for internet bullies to find joy

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:16 | 05/09/18

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Transcript for Melissa McCarthy says she roots for internet bullies to find joy
That's what we're hearing and hearing "Pop news" is all the rage with Lara Spencer? Oh, yeah. It's always great when we begin with the one and only Melissa Mccarthy. She is in the upcoming issue of "People" and in it she explains why she roots for internet bullies. Tell me what you think about her logic here and tells her two daughters that if someone is being mean it's probably because they are unhappy. She encourages her girls to root for those people to find joy in their lives or someone that will make them laugh like, say, Melissa Mccarthy maybe. The funny woman's upcoming comedy, there's a little speak peek of it called "Life of the party" looks hilarious opens this Friday, the same day that new issue of "People" hits newsstands with her very inspiring cover story. Lots to say about her family and her philosophy. She is a lovely person. I like her a lot. You look at it one or two ways. You can look at it, someone mean to you and you can be Angie at them which only takes away from you or use it the other way like she's doing it and turn it into a positive moment. Teachable moment for children. Check it out. Will do. Also in "Pop news," the man behind the breakout horror film "Get out" is in the news today. Oscar winner Jordan Peele giving more details on his follow-up and "Variety" has scoop on it. According to their sorts fellow Oscar winners Lupita nyong'o and Emmy winner Elisabeth moss both in the running for lead roles in the film and Peele posting this image on his Twitter account on Tuesday revealing the film's title is "Us." Whoo! I'm scared already. I know. Plus, it will open in theaters March 2019. Plot details being kept totally under wraps but know he will write, direct and produce. And we know it's going to be good. It'll be good. Take us to a sunking place? That "Get out" was something. Hey, and finally, turning to health news. Who here suffers from spring allergies? It's been bad. Many states had a tough spring. This next video doesn't do much to disprove it. Look what happens when a guy taps a tall tree with a backhoe. Look at this video, guys. A little tap. No. This is not doctored. That is a yellow pollen bomb clouding the sky. Ginger said that's a legit term. Her husband noticed a lot of pollen and couldn't resist giving it a shake. He moved out of the way real quick. The reason is that all the different shes normally bloom in stages but because it's been so cold until so recently this year they all bloomed at once seeing how bad it is there. This is what we're calling a pollen bomb, guys. She says it's going to be this way for quite some time. Oh, my goodness. Hence my very raspy voice. I feel the same way here. That video has more than a half million views. That ain't nothing to sneeze at.

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