Justin Bieber Impresses Fans at NHL All-Star Celebrity Shootout

ABC News' Diane Macedo reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
3:10 | 01/29/17

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Paula is giving me a pep talk. You can do it. Time now for "Pop news" and Diane is here. You did that great. Tom. We know that Justin Bieber can sing but overnight he showed off his hockey skills. The pop star made quite an impression at the NHL all-star celebrity shoot-out showing off his shooting skills and scoring. At one point hockey star Chris pronger absolutely slammed Bieber into the boards. But he got right back in the game. He also snagged a big assist helping his team win 5-3. Nice. Well, he is Canadian. He got cross-checked. I think you can skate before you can walk in Canada. Cuba Gooding Jr. Is the other one who competed and said, the kid can play. You see him in basketball games. Chris pronger is now wondering is it too late now to say sorry. Oh, there you go. I got it. For hitting him. Great song. We'll move on. Mary Tyler Moore's recent passing put her big show "The Mary Tyler Moore show" back in the spotlight and who can forget her bachelorette pad. The Victorian house is now on the market for $1.7 million. Now, the interior of Mary's place were filmed on a set. The outside shots, though, were captured at this real 9,500-square-foot home in minneso Minneapolis, of five fireplace, a spa bath and sauna. I have fun trivia related to this. Mary Richards, the character moves later on in the series because the people who lived here were so fed up with tourists coming by, they complained and when it didn't work they put political posters on it and just like that Mary Richards moved to a high-rise. Forcing Hollywood's hand. True story. NFL players are remembering where they came from in the sweetest way possible. The star athletes reunited with their high school football coaches honoring them at a luncheon and while the players are obviously grateful for all the on-field lessons. Kyle juszczyk and his former coach David ward say their relationship stretches far beyond a love for football. So proud of him and the community is as well for representing us, not only as an NFL football player, he's even a better young man and even a better person and that makes me -- I'm proud of that part of Kyle more than I am the football part. Can we get an ah. I love seeing these big, tough guys just get really mushy and very sweet. Don't miss the best of the afc and NFC at the 67th annual pro bowl airing tonight at 7:50 eastern on ESPN. Diane, thank you. I have a tear in my eye. You remembered your high school anchor coach, right? You guys have a connection. I still don't have a coach but some people would stay I made one. Too late to say you're sorry. Oh, that's Justin's line. See you, everybody.

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