Instant Index: Stunning 'Roll Cloud' Shocks Virginia Residents

Diane Saywer reveals the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
1:30 | 09/17/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Stunning 'Roll Cloud' Shocks Virginia Residents
And our "instant index" tonight begins with an astonishing sight that stunned people in virginia looking out their windows. They saw this. It's called a roll cloud because of its resemblance to a giant rolling pin. It's caused by cold air and warm moisture but unlike a twister, this one just created some rain. Though we think somewhere dorothy is wondering if she's right side up. And be honest, who among us has not danced to our own play list when we thought no one was looking. This is ellie cole, a secretary at the bus stop on her way home from work. Her dance moves captured on camera, a video sent everywhere. Cole had to drop out of college, it turns out, and theatre classes because she couldn't afford tuition, but today she got to realize her dream. Professional theatre group has offered her a role. So one way or another, a star was just born. And tonight the wedding crasher to end all wedding crashers. Brad pitt there with newlyweds in england. The groom spotted pitt at the hotel, the site of couple's wedding reception and told his new bride, but she thought it was a joke. No, it turns out pitt was right there in town shooting a movie. The bride standing next to her own leading man after brad pitt told her she looked lovely. And she did.

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