Transcript for Taylor Swift pays off superfan's student loan debt
How about "Pop news" now, Lara? Let's continue. So more good news for you. We're going to begin with Taylor Swift making one fan's wildest dreams come true. Surprising her with an incredible donation to help pay other constitution. So aisha Krumm said she struggled paying for school, and asked her followers for any help they could provide. It was Taylor to the rescue. Aisha explaining on Instagram, quote, I have no words, and cannot stop crying. This is Taylor helping fans made ends meet. She has helped someone buy a house, put money towards medical bills, helped several students, quote, get their learn on. That's what Taylor calls it, and she puts her money where her mouth is. We'll talk about all of this next week. No one knows about it too. We just find out because of social media, and because these fans are so grateful so her, and we're so grateful she'll be with us when? A week from tomorrow. Next Thursday. Also -- we all did it at the same time. Also in "Pop news" this morning, Gwyneth paltrow and her husband producer Brad falchuk also in the news. Finally moving in together after a year of marriage. Congratulations. Unconventional, but they love they said they wanted to take it slow for all the right reasons, for the sake of their children saying, quote, divorce is terrible even when it's the right thing to do, and it's really hard on kids, but come September, we're all going to, quote, Brady bunch it up, and it was Gwyneth who spilled the beans revealing that the couple was living apart, creating a lot of stir online. A lot of people had opinions about it, and they said they wanted to let everybody take it in, let the dust settle. Now that they are moving into one home, she feels that her kids and their marriage are in a great place. Kids first too. Okay. Uh-oh. Now to Michael gandolfini. This is great. The son of the late James gandolfini, is opening up with "Esquire" magazine, about playing the teenage verks of his it's for an upcoming prequel to "The sopranos," and Michael said he had never watched a single minute of "The sopranos." Granted it went on the air the year Michael was born, which made sense, but when he asked his dad what the show was about, he said it was about a man who is in the mob and also goes therapy. That's not the most appealing sell to a young kid. He said watching it was difficult, but it helped him heal after his dad's passing in 2013. "The many saints of Newark" is out next year, and the early reviews are impressive. Phenomenal. Gives you chills. You feel his dad's presence. And finally they say every dog gets its day, and nothing could be more true for this guy, master bedroom duke. He spent 1,000 days in Fresno, California at the animal center, and no takers. This is a no-kill shelter as mar ma duke would not have lived to see his forever parents walk through the door. There they were, two years and nine months later, willing to accept him with his skin allergies and stubborn personality. New owner says he's going to be spoiled rotten with lots of walks and love. Great name. I know. Adopt, don't shop, baby. You're going to be rescued right back. Absolutely. He waited two years for his forever family. That reallyot me. Anyway. Thanks, Lara. We move on to our "Gma"
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