New Book Claims Winnie the Pooh Is a Girl

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories in "GMA" Pop News.
2:54 | 11/10/15

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We begin with a major headline that will change everything you thought you few about a beloved character. Yeah, it seems we've all been calling Winnie the pooh a he when the famous bear is in fact a she? Wow. No way. Yes. A new book called "Finding Winnie" unravels the story of the honey loving bear that inspired the famous children's tale. Winnie short for Winnipeg was bought as a cub by this man, lieutenant harry during the first world war when he to leave to go to France with his unit he left Winnie at the London zoo. There she was often visited by a young boy named Christopher robin who named his teddy bear after her and, of course, the final piece in the puzzle, Christopher's dad was A.A. Milne, the creator of the literary masterpiece we all know and love. Winnie the pooh is a girl. Another story for girl power. Lots to absorb. Yeah, it is, George. A lot to absorb. It will change everything. Speaking of absorbing, I'd like you to absorb this. Okay. Excitement bubbling over among champagne lovers in this "Pop news" investigation, emphasis on pop. Researchers from the university of Redding claiming that popping the cork on a bottle of champagne and drinking up to three glasses of the bubbles each week might prevent dementia. It certainly sounds like cause for celebration but before you mix up that economimosa this morning we want to disclose this has only been tested thus far on rats, however, strangely enough, we have multiple volunteers offering their service for this very important study. Soon. I know personally I'll test it if you have three glasses a night that can cause dementia. I am no stranger to the champagne campaign. The champagne campaign starring Jesse palmer. All right, our first lab rat right there. And finally, everybody, if you're the sort of person who feels like throwing your alarm clock against the wall every morning, all of us. Yes. Included. Another "Pop news" investigation or should I say pop snooze investigation, this is an app, it's called the morning man alarm clock. It allows you to wake up to the soothing tones of a gentleman's voice. Listen. It's time to wake up, my love. You can choose from a wide variety of accents. Sexy scotsman. I think that would creep me out. This tells you wake up. A frenchman said I dreamed of you last night, my dear. There's also a dapper englishman who offered you a Caffey americana. Your dream man gets louder and louder the longer you ignore them. Go across the room so fast.

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