Taylor Swift surprises fans with a performance at NYC's Stonewall Inn

Diane Macedo reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:00 | 06/15/19

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Transcript for Taylor Swift surprises fans with a performance at NYC's Stonewall Inn
So I'm going to warn you, Diane, rob and whit know you have lobster later in this segment, so they're not going to listen to you but I will. I'll try to keep this train on the tracks. Taylor Swift. Surprising fans at the famed stonewall inn in New York City overnight delivering a pride month performance of "Shake it off." Check it out. Shake it off shake it off You might recognize. That's "Modern family" star Jesse Tyler Ferguson singing with her and hosting this event and a lucky 100 people were invited. Swift performed her brand-new single "You need to calm down." The full album called "Lover" will be released in August so Taylor Swift fans are excited about that in general but the fact they got this surprise performance at the stonewall inn. I love how Jesse doesn't use the microphone when he sings. That's a good move. Is that your move? Jennifer Lopez is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at her latest tour. The mini documentary posted on her YouTube page contains lots of memorable moments and shows how involved she is in aspects of the production and also reveals some info on where she wants to say her I dos to fiance Alex Rodriguez. I'd like to get married in a church this time. I've been married three times and once was nine months and once was 11 months so I don't really count those but I was married to Marc for ten years with the kids. Lopez says and A-Rod are planning to tie the knot sometime next year and wants to do it in a church. Get your bibs and crackers. It is national lobster day. Rob and whit are suddenly paying attention. No bibs. Fun fact. Back in colonial days lobsters were considered poor man's food and were served to farm animals. Really? Lucky farm animals. Not anymore. Clearly we now know things are different and today's amazing spread is provided by legacy seafood brasserie. It's here in New York City and legacy's executive chef Ralph scarmadella is here. Can you walk us through what we've got? We've got. We have grilled lobster. We get it directly from Maine, fresh Maine lobster and have our lobster pasta with squid ink shells, roasted red pepper. We have lobster rolls, famous with potato bread, a little bit of mayonnaise and fresh dill, lobster salad and field chicken for some people who don't eat lobster. Quick quiz. Do you know how they say lobster in Boston, Maine? Lobster. Pretty close. Very good. A man who knows history. Rob and I have been compared to farm animals in the past so I feel like it's kind of working out. I turned to you both and you already had your mouths full. Exactly. We're happy.

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