Chris Rock, Amy Schumer and More Surprise Stand-Up Audience

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA' Pop News.
3:35 | 01/13/17

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Bring us on home with "Pop news" this morning. Tgif! Yes. Indeed, robin. Good morning, everybody. We have a great audience today. We do. Good morning to you. If you happen to be at New York City's comedy cellar Wednesday night, oh, my. Did you get your money's worth. Patrons thought they were seeing a regular stand-up show and then Jerry sign fell, Chris rock, Dave Chappelle, Amy Schumer and Aziz Ansari all took the stage to work out their material. Great show. We got these shots from Instagram so rock was working on his tour and sign fell was there to watch but why not so he jumped on stage and Chappelle, Schumer, Ansari also took turns sharing the spotlight. Amy summed it up best for the crowd saying, you guys who paid $14 for a ticket just saw a billion dollars worth of comedians. Wow. That never happens to me. You know, now somebody will go there every night and wait for it to happen again. I know. I often freak at that lace in L.A. Where John Mayer played at. You're still trying -- And Bruce always shows up at -- Yeah, just wait. A serious story, Natalie portman weighing in on gender pay gaps and opening up about the moment she found out what she would be earning compared to her co-star Ashton kufrper on "No strings attached" and said Kutcher made not 1, not 2, but 3 types her salary for an equal role and went along with it she said because of tinseltown's wage structure called quotes and we all know we're paid well at this level but says the disparity is crazy. Ashton Kutcher weighed in supporting his co-star. He tweeted so proud of Natalie and all women who stand up for closing the gender pay gap. Equal work, equal pay. Yep. Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Doesn't matter what the job is. Equal work, equal pay but I understand what she's saying. Yes, she makes an excellent salary and know if they say anything -- Poor you. Equal pay -- In any job, I agree. So happy to share that with you, good job, Natalie. Finally, you know them -- do we have the song? ??? I like this. Drop it. Love this. We have been waiting to play this on the air. You know them as -- yes, we, meaning George and I have been waiting to play it on the air. You know them as the all girl band who just want to work from home but now that fifth harmony thought Camilla, fans have been working from home sending videos to become a replacement with the #bethe fifthchallenge and even caught the attention of a certain guitar playing superstar. Who could that be? John Mayer, everybody. Not that I'm following him on social media. We get to Friday and you haven't done John Mayer in "Pop news" -- It's not a good week. I haven't done my job. She's got a serious crush. No, I really, really don't but I love you guys torturing me about it and I would like to see him in concert. Let me just tell you this, so John apparently is a fan. He tweeted up a storm about the girls saying numbers don't lie, they are a talented group of young ladies. He also tweeted his prediction that Lauren would now emerge as the star. Fifth harmony tweeted back, it's okay, John Mayer, we got this along with a picture of Mayer photoshopped in as the fifth

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