Transcript for 'Soul Train' to Become Broadway Musical
thing? Always. All aboard, for "Soul train," the musical. The TV show created by don Cornelius in 1971 is coming to Broadway. Matthew weber acquired the writes calling "Soul train" the cornerstone of American culture. He will make it the hippest trip on Broadway. I know. I just love it. We were dancing together over there. I see you. I see you. I want to shoutout to Sabrina, my producer. Good choice in songs. ♪ okay. Are you hankering for some fried chicken? Dominos has you covered. Their pizza toppings are covering the chicken. Domino's is calling their offering chicken with a twist. It's fried chicken as the crust. What? What's the problem, people? It's topped with classic toppings. Or you can go a little crazy. You can have chicken and bacon and tomato. Nobody's talking. Ginger is having no problems. I eat that every day. Doing it for years. Can we rewind? What? It's like chicken nuggets with pizza toppings. They say -- the CEO says they sell almost as much chicken as they do more than anything else. This is a way of combining. They have all of the pizza ingredients in the stores. It starts on Monday. If it goes well, they'll do more. Based on the small sampling, CEO, you might want to do a little reconsidering. And finally, I'm thinking before "Pop news," and before that song, I'm feeling like I got a case of the humpday blues. I was wondering if you needed this as much as I did. ♪ Singing the blues. Singing the blues. A bloodhound and his body. And if that doesn't cure him, we're going to shake our groove thing again. Not singing, how great the toddler was on harmonica. That's "Pop news." Thank you. We're going to move on, though. Tori spelling and dean Mcdermott have always been very open about
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