Transcript for Vogue magazine to release first-ever Vogue Values issue with Stella McCartney
You're thinking about kylo ren. I feel like a viewer. That's amazing. I hope you feel the same. Here we go. We'll begin with "Pop news" and an exclusive. Thank you, "Vogue" magazine, they've asked "Gma" to announce a special issue unlike any they've ever done before. This will be the very first "Vogue" values issue with the first of four covers featuring Stella Mccartney. The designer making her mark in the fashion world and on the environment being profiled for her work in making her brand sustainable. She talks about blending style with conservation saying, quote, I'm trying to create something that is still desirable and luxurious that isn't going to end up in a landfill. Every single second fast fashion is landfill. She goes on to say being environmentalist can be sexy. Anna wintour agree, take a look. To have someone who is such a voice in the industry who is also so engaged in it and such a role model for all of us, that's really part of the reasons that we chose to launch this initiative with Stella. Great, great choice. I love this initiative. We're really happy to partner with "Vogue." December 17th. We'll have another big reveal for you tomorrow. That is always great. You know, "Vogue" and Anna, always pushing it. Pushing the envelope in something new and creative. Tomorrow, tune in for that. Another "Pop news" exclusive for you guys this morning. This one from Taylor Swift. We news have been good this year. We have lots of presents for us this year. The pop star has something magical up her sleeve this holiday season and wants to tell you our "Gma" audience herself. Hey, now, this is pretty wild but I've just written a Christmas song. I feel like it's weird to just like wait a year to put it out. I don't have anything to anti-psychotic except Meredith. Should I put out a Christmas song like now? Okay, that's hard to tell. Yes. Yes. Put it out. Safe to say we're more excited than Meredith. Taylor is about to drop that brand-new holiday song. She wrote it over the weekend turning it around in record time, the song will drop at midnight tonight and if you tune in tomorrow, we'll show you the music video right here on "Gma." She got that done too. She's just subtle. Taylor, thank you for the early Christmas gift. That's awesome. Another gift for you in music news. Lady gaga returning to the super bowl, everybody. Sort of. Gaga announcing she will headline the massive supersaturday night concert in Miami that is the epic party the night before the big game. Gaga says in a statement about incredible experiences of the super bowl, I'm very excited to join the party again this year and it's a big one. It's the tenth anniversary of supersaturday night. An executive behind it says, quote, in Miami we'll go big and bold, two words synonymous with lady gaga. So we're really excited to share that with you and if her performance is anything like it was a couple years ago, we are in. Right, everybody? Love us some lady. Finally and finally, comedian Amy Schumer, well, she doesn't think her trainer's tough workouts are funny at all. On her podcast three girls, and she shared one recent workout was so intense when she ended it she walked out and told her trainer who is also her pal you'll be hearing from my lawyer. She wasn't kidding. Sure enough she followed up and enlisted a lawyer friend to send her trainer friend a cease and desist letter that wraed in part it has come to our attention that while Ms. Schumer has engaged you to form simple physical training you have instead forced her to perform extreme and unduly punishing physical exercise well outside the bounds of normal training. She posted it explaining in the caption was this a wasteful use of resources? Yes, very much so but it brought me so much joy. She's so funny. She also noted that her attorney and her trainer are both very good sports. Amy, thanks for the laugh. That's "Pop news." Thank you, Lahr R.
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