The Rolling Stones kick off tour in Chicago

ABC News' Diane Macedo reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
1:55 | 06/22/19

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Okay, so after chugging half a bottle of honey, Diane went upstairs, repainted her office, went home, rearranged her sock drawer and now she's back with And I tiled the roof while I was at it. Let's get started with "Pop news" and we'll start things off with the rolling stones kicking off their tour overnight at Chicago soldier field with a seemingly fully recovered Mick jagger. Check it out. Beware I hear the sound of marching charging -- So you might remember the no filter tour was originally supposed to start in April but was rescheduled after jagger, who is 75, oncewent a medical procedure. At the time he promised he would be back. I'd say he definitely delivered. They've got a second performance at soldier field on Tuesday and will be performing throughout North America. He's still got it. Incredible. Next to the big names getting their place on Hollywood's walk of fame. The class of 2020 was just announced and among those in the movie biz getting the Julia Robert, Kies Hemsworth, spike Lee, Octavia Spencer and mahershala Ali. And in the music world, 50 cent, Alicia keys and Elvis Costello in the music industry among those getting it. "Operation oreo." The Herman family started noticing their favorite cookies were disappearing from the kitchen and suspected it was their 5-year-old Maddie so set up a kitchen cam and here's what they discovered. That's not Maddie. That's max, their 2-year-old golden doodle. Watch as he tries and tries and finally gets down some of those oreos. The Hermans say max is a great dog but that he can be a little naughty sometimes. Isn't chocolate bad for dogs? Well, he does not seem bothered by the oreos. Every day I'm glad my cats do not have opposable thumbs. Diane, great "Pop news." Thank you. We'll see you right back here tomorrow morning.

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