Transcript for Covergirl Introduces First Male 'Coverboy'
That's right. Music that goes pop. "Pop news" coming as well. Cover girl has a brand-new brand ambassador and this time he's a cover boy. 17-year-old James Charles was introduced by fellow cover girl Katy Perry on Instagram. Welcoming him to the cover girl glamily after a shoot together for the brand. James already well known on social media as a makeup artist and youtuber and now he says as a boundary breaker. His post went viral when he didn't like his high school senior portrait and went back for a do-over with his own light ring. I love you. Look for him in ads and TV campaigns for cover girl's mascara called so lashy. Also in "Pop news" this morning, known for her outlandish shoe collection on "The view," whoopi Goldberg is stepping into another Karg launching a new line of Christmas sweaters and whatever you do, don't call them ugly. "The view" host partnered with two companies to make the collection of 11 sweat that's step away from the usual acrylic version. These are cashmere blend and according to whoopi each tells a story. There's one, Charlie brown tree that shows a sad tree on the front. If you turn around it's what the preetis of itsself, big and full and has working lights so I thought that was sweet. They retail for $139 and hit stores November 1st. They're cashmere. And she says that they are just something that will make you happy. Are we going to do the contest again. The ugly version. Yes. I say we do. I mean I don't know -- Wait. Yes, we are. Simone has confirmed. One of us will have to light ourselves on fire to win this year. We're not competitive at all, this room. Didn't you light yourself on fire. No, I didn't. I wanted to combust. All to win a contest where you get -- You have no idea. Now we have Strahan. Oh. Yeah, you're in trouble now. I know something about sweaters. George always goes classic. Understated. Understated ugly. You got to get that Ken bone sweater. That is exactly it. You just solved that problem. I'll save you and tell a story, a life-saving story. Who knew that disco could actually save a life? The bee gees song "Staying alive" actually helped one woman stay alive. Ask the transit worker David Martinez who witnessed a colleague being electrocuted while working near the third rail of a subway track. He jumped into action, began performing cpr and told reporters it was the '77s bee gees hit that let him make the right compressions to save her life. If you compress to the rhythm of "Staying alive" you're simulating 103 beats per minute. That is perfect for cpr. Isn't that -- We did that story years ago. We did. We showed it and our audience responded to it and we heard from people That's why the song is stuck in your heart. The rhythm. You remembered to do that. Yeah. And in machinage -- As long as you don't do this. Got to keep both hands. Again, we get so close, so close. Almost there. Still going.
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