BAFTA awards: 'La La Land' wins big

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in 'GMA' Pop News.
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Transcript for BAFTA awards: 'La La Land' wins big
All right. Let's get it going with "Pop news" this Monday. Happy Monday, everybody. Happy Monday. What a great crowd. Lots of news to talk about. We'll begin with big news coming out of London at the 70th annual baftas. They were attended by Hollywood royalty and the real deal, duchess Kate raf voishing in Alexander Mcqueen alongside her husband prince William. The baftas are as you probably know usually a very good indicator of who will win at the oscars and once again all signs pointing to "La la land." The musical winning best film, best director for Damien chazelle and leading actress for Emma stone, best original music and best cinematography but there could be an Oscar upset for the film if the baftas' crystal ball is intact, Ryan gosling missed out and beat by Casey Affleck for his role in "Manchester by the sea"? Reading the tea leaves. Could get interesting. But likely a landslide. Up next, what a wonderful tribute last night to prince on the grammys. Did you guys all see it in the audience? It was unbelievable. Really great. ??? Purple rain ??? Look at Bruno Mars. Well, this morning great news coming out of paisley park. Prince's 1984 masterpiece "Purple rain" is being remastered and reissued this year and it also will include two full albums' worth of previously unreleased prince music that none of us have ever heard before. You heard those stories after his passing there was all this music inside his recording studio and paisley park, here we go. There will be two complete concert films in addition to that new music, sounds like a great deal. "The purple rain" reissue due out in June 9th in time for my birthday. There you go. Happy birthday. I'll buy both of us a copy. How about that? Deal. Deal. Remember what we're buying George. Yes. Finally singer/songwriter Ciara proving she's every woman paying tribute to the one and only Whitney Houston on the five-year anniversary of Houston's tragic passing. Posting this lip-sync reboot of the classic "I'm every woman." Also making a cameo, there's her little boy and as we move down the row, you might get a little glimpse of quarterback Russell Wilson also known as Mr. Ciara and their baby still in mom's belly. Ciara saying of Houston, her legacy will live on forever and if I can do anything in my power, I will continue to let my generation know about her. It's hard to believe it's been five years since Houston's passing. That, everybody -- That video is so great. Love to get a glimpse inside the real world. And Russell is Reing this huge picture book. Looks casual. Like she's doing that again. Thank you, Lara. Great job at "Pop news."

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