Prince George's curriculum looks more like a college program

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:53 | 08/22/19

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"Pop news" time. Let's do it real quick. We want to get to Taylor. We have news. Young prince George just 6 heading back to school. Like so many kids around the world but unlike other kids his ages it sounds like the third in line to the throne is in for quite a demanding year. Details of George's curriculum have been released making us all really happy we don't have to do homework anymore. In addition to the usual first or second grade things like math, science and history, the future king of England will be putting down the play-doh to take on religious studies, computer programming, poetry and ballet among other things. You couldn't contain -- he looks so happy about the ballet class. Prince George -- prince William says George absolutely loves I have news for you, prince William, we'll see how long that lasts. I mean, he might end up like between the religious studies and the computer programming, I just want to go back to the play-doh. Also in "Pop news" this morning, Justin Bieber in the news. They will exchange their wedding vows again. First tied the knot alone here in New York City at city hall, I believe, but now they're doing it old school planning a huge wedding party on the beautiful South Carolina coastline in September. This is the couple's fourth attempt at a date for the big party. They are very busy as we know. The couple is now using party planner to the stars Mindy Weiss who has styled affairs for the Kardashians, Ellen DeGeneres and Diana Ross. We wish you kids a happy party. Yeah. Fourth time is a charm. Yes. So I want to share with you this story. Listen to this about a rescue dog who went from a shelter to the big screen, Monty, check him out. 2-year-old -- I mean, he is adorable. A terrier mix. I would have definitely adopted him. He was in a shelter for six months in Arizona until a Hollywood trainer came in to the halo animal rescue. She spotted something special in this stray. Now the lucky dog is about to make his movie debut in Disney's live action remake of "Lady and the tramp." I mean, talk about perfect casting. Totally. Wow. I can really see it. Monty was meant to play according to workers at the rescue. So well behaved. Monty's voice will come to life thanks to Justin thoreau and lady by Tessa Thompson. The entire cast of dogs in the movie all from shelters and all have now since found forever homes. That's amazing. And then finally, guys, you can see that by the way on Disney coming out in November on Disney's new streaming service. So check that out. Finally, the latest debate that has everyone talking, everyone here at the studio too. This video has been watched by 6 million people who were all debating, bird or bunny? Oh, oh, I thought it was a Half of of you -- I thought it was a bird. I thought it was a bird too. Well, I like what Courtney wrote on Twitter. You can see bird. You can see bunny, I'm positive it's a blue dress. Do you remember that the goal or the blue dress. The answer according to one user who is an ornithologist it is in fact a corvid from the crow family. You can see when the membrane blinks horizontally like a windshield wiper but you can see the bunny. I believe we have solved this crisis.

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