Carrie Underwood's Husband Duets With Garth Brooks

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Transcript for Carrie Underwood's Husband Duets With Garth Brooks
It's that time, "Pop news." Rachel, what's popping? So pumped guys. Lots of good stuff this morning. First up, trending everywhere -- you got the giggles this morning, rob. Everything okay? Let's do it. Let's do it. First up trending everywhere Carrie Underwood, she's insanely jealous after her husband got to sing with Garth brooks before she did. Turns out her hubby who is NHL star Mike fisher is also a country music fan. I should hope so, as evidenced by this video Carrie shared three months ago of him singing along to Garth's song "The river." He's no Carrie Underwood, that's for sure, but anyway, well, this week Mike and Garth made it happen for real. Take a look. ♪ Know a dream is like a river every change ♪ ♪ and the dreamer is just an eskimo that must follow where it goes ♪ So cute. Mike is really -- I mean, he's into it taking it very seriously. Not bad. The car, I think he's been working on it over the last three months, he was preparing for that moment. While singing in the car. True. I mean, his wife is Carrie Underwood, guys. Come on. All right. But don't -- I wouldn't feel too bad for Carrie because I have a feeling she'll probably get her moment to shine with Garth and I did love her Facebook post of that video because she says, she's going to see if Wayne gretzky would mind, you know, wanting to play a pickup game of hockey. That's a good comeback. Yeah, kind of genius. You should hear me sing "The wheels on the bus" to my 1-year-old. It's so beautiful, my voice. Melodic. Coming up next week. The wheels on 9 bus go round and round. That could be tomorrow on "Pop news." If I hear that song one more time, I'll jump out a window. I'm sure there's more "Pop news." This one you'll really like. Some of the biggest names in Hollywood are joining forces to celebrate the aspca's 150th anniversary, and they're literally giving animals a voice in a brand-new video. Take a look. Love me unconditionally, and I promise to tolerate you most of the time. So what if I'm not a puppy anymore. Neither are you. Is everyone an ageist? I'm in my prime. Cute ads, but Julie Bowen, Nathan lane, Kesha and 50 cent all speaking out in support of the aspca's anniversary and there are loads of ways you can get involved too including a huge adoption event and parade happening here in New York City tomorrow. All the details are on the aspca website. I love that 50 cent got involved. You know, he's got a little dog, a little dog. Really. A little dog he named Oprah. No way. True story. True story. That is a name. Let me get on my soap box quickly. I love the aspca. I'm an unabashed supporter. We have three of their cats destroying our home as we speak. It's just -- you can adopt an animal for free and save a life and improve your own so go for it. Thank you for that, Dan. Next up, guys, signed, sealed, delivered. Charlize Theron is officially part of the cast for "Fast 8." The next installment in the "Fast and furious" franchise. Her exact role is being kept under wraps. All we know is she will be playing some sort of villain. Ooh. Good, right? She was great in "Mad max." She's fantastic. You had me at her name. So you are -- yeah, we're all getting our ticket. Shooting begins this summer with the "Fast 8" hitting theaters next April. Awesome. And finally, leave it to Meryl Streep to simply knock out a burst from the hit broad way show "Hamilton" and you know effortlessly nail it because -- ♪ all of a sudden we're in the room where it happens ♪ ♪ the room where it happens ♪ ♪ the room where it happens ♪ ♪ women are suddenly in the room where it happens room where it happens ♪ Get it, Meryl. Just that. And those at the women in the world summit were so glad she couldn't resist the Oscar winning actress, just one of several iconic women at the always inspiring women in the world summit in New York City but any room Meryl is in is the room where it happens. Everybody -- has anybody at this table seen "Hamilton" yet? No. I haven't. I want -- I have not seen it. My younger brother with whom I'm very closed is obsessed with it so he actually bought me tickets so I could talk to him about it. They're almost impossible to come by. If you need a plus one, I'm down. I think my wife has dibs on that if but if she bails you're in but it's supposed to be incredible. Our executive producer John faraconi has gone. He has? He didn't take any of us. So rude. I feel like I've seen it, I've talked about it so much. You know. Rachel, great "Pop news" as always. Back with more "Pop news" tomorrow. We'll all be back tomorrow. Thank you for being with us. Thanks for having me.

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