<![CDATA[NBC 6 South Florida - Top Stories]]> Copyright 2015 http://www.nbcmiami.com/entertainment/top-stories http://media.nbcbayarea.com/designimages/NBC+6+LOGO+GOOGLE.png NBC 6 South Florida http://www.nbcmiami.com en-us Sun, 30 Aug 2015 20:45:04 -0400 Sun, 30 Aug 2015 20:45:04 -0400 NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[Kevin Hart’s Philly 5K ]]> Sat, 29 Aug 2015 20:34:40 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Kevin-Hart-Run.jpg

Thousands of people joined superstar comedian Kevin Hart for a 5K run in Philadelphia Saturday morning.

Hart, a Philly native, teamed up with Nike+ Run Club to organize the race, which began at the Philadelphia Museum of Art at 8:04 a.m. and ended there. Prior to his hometown, the comedian held 5K runs in seven other cities, including New York and Houston.

Comedian J.B. Smoove and 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor were among the participants Saturday.

Hart claimed that nearly 4500 people came out for the event, which was open to runners of all speeds and paces.

“When I first started doing these spontaneous 5K runs it was just something I was doing authentically through social media,” Hart told NBC10’s Monique Braxton. “Nike got wind of it and Nike was like, ‘What you’re doing is amazing. You’re motivating people, you’re pushing people to do better, to simply be the best version of themselves that they possibly can.’”

Hart, who has over 21 million followers on Twitter, says the event is part of his goal of motivating his fans to get fit and healthy.

“When it comes to physical fitness and health I think that’s something that I’ve really adapted to and that’s something that I take serious now,” he said. “We’re simply in the business of making people understand and grasp the concept of taking care of yourself. “

Hart finished the race in a little under 22 minutes. He congratulated and high-fived runners as they finished at the Rocky steps.

Hart will perform Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field as part of his “What Now” comedy tour.

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<![CDATA[Bathtub Girl Meets Luke Bryan: 'I Love Him']]> Fri, 28 Aug 2015 20:42:50 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/214*120/Ava_Finley_Luke_Bryan.png

A little girl struggles to say who she loves and her dad couldn't make out the words. 

The two-year-old professed her love to country singer Luke Bryan during bath time. The video of the father-daughter episode went viral, followed by an in person meeting with the superstar. 

As Ava Finley took a bath last year, the toddler began babbling with her dad Jonathan Finley and he started shooting video of her chatter. At first, he didn't know exactly what she was talking about. 

"A little bunny? You look funny?" he asked. 

What the little girl from Calera, Ala. was trying to tell her father was — Luke Bryan! Her pronunciation was a little tough to make out.

"I love him!" she exclaimed.

Ava became a Bryan fan after listening to his music with her aunts. "Play It Again" is her favorite song. 

Ava's mom first shared the video on her personal Facebook page last year. After being nudged by friends, she posted it to Twitter in April of this year and tagged Bryan, who eventually saw the video and retweeted it. His record label got in contact with the Finleys and invited them to a concert and meet-and-greet this year.

"She is really shy around people she doesn’t know. I was kind of afraid she would chicken out," said Ava's mom Adrian Finley. 

Dressed up in her cowboy boots and a white bow, Ava finally met Bryan before his concert in Atlanta on Aug. 23. Upon seeing her, Bryan scooped up Ava and gave her a big hug. He shared the moment on his Facebook page. 

"She was even cuter in person," Bryan wrote.

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Photo Credit: Adrian Finley
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<![CDATA[Robin Williams' Family Back in Court]]> Fri, 28 Aug 2015 09:13:59 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/AP_090813048528.jpg

Attorneys for Robin Williams' wife and children were due back in court Friday in the ongoing fight over the late actor's estate.

The two sides were scheduled to go before a San Francisco judge, as court documents indicate they remain at odds over the division of Williams' personal items and a reserve fund to maintain Susan Williams in the home she shared with Robin Williams.

Williams' children from previous marriages, Zachary, Zelda and Cody Williams, say the estate's trustees have determined the division of all of Williams' personal property, and those decisions are final. They accuse Susan Williams of holding on to property that is theirs.

Susan Williams' attorney, James Wagstaffe, had said after a court hearing in June that Susan Williams wanted to keep items such as her husband's slippers, T-shirts and some boxer shorts.

The children also say the trustees have arrived at a figure for a reserve fund for Susan Williams to cover the costs of the Tiburon home, but she wants more.

Susan Williams says the trustees have refused to explain how they calculated the amounts for her reserve fund, which were different from figures she arrived at.

Robin Williams died in August 2014 at the Tiburon home. The coroner ruled his death a suicide. The actor's wife has said he struggled with depression, anxiety and a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease.

<![CDATA[Trump Has Attendee Pull at His Hair, Attacks Media]]> Thu, 27 Aug 2015 19:02:49 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/AP_343928941003.jpg

Donald Trump forcefully defended his hair and attacked the New York Times for a front-page report on his adversarial relationship with Spanish-language media during a rally in South Carolina on Thursday.

The GOP presidential frontrunner took umbrage to the opening paragraph of the Times story that details how Hispanic radio host Ricardo Sánchez has nicknamed Trump "El hombre del peluquín," or "the man of the toupee."

"I don't wear a toupee. It's my hair. I swear," he said before inviting a woman in attendance to inspect his head. 

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<![CDATA[Misty Copeland Debuts on Broadway]]> Sat, 29 Aug 2015 17:43:44 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-485224106.jpg

After making history as the first black woman to be named principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, Misty Copeland conquered the Great White Way on Tuesday night, making her Broadway debut in the acclaimed revival of “On the Town.”

She’ll be with the show for just 12 performances, through its closing at the Lyric Theatre on Sept. 6.

Copeland’s performance was met with thunderous applause from the enthusiastic audience, which included celebrities like Grammy-winner Josh Groban, Tony-winner Phylicia Rashad, NBC’s own Al Roker (“Today”) and Tamara Tunie (“Law & Order: SVU”).

Also in the audience? Ninety-year-old dancer Billie Allen, the first black woman to perform in “On the Town” back in the show’s original 1944 production.

“As somebody with Broadway ambitions myself, to see Misty up there and making her Broadway debut was spectacular,” Groban told NBC New York. “Her dancing is transcendent, and to see her technique within a musical was a wonderful experience for everybody involved.”

Copeland plays Ivy Smith in the show, an inspiring performer and the current winner of the monthly “Miss Turnstile” competition. Smith becomes the object of affection for sailor Gabey (Tony nominee Tony Yazbeck), who, with the help of friends Chip (Jay Armstrong Johnson) and Ozzie (Clyde Alves), sets out to find her while on 24-hour shore leave in New York City.

The musical, which features music by Leonard Bernstein and book and lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, is based on Jerome Robbin’s 1944 ballet “Fancy Free.” Many of the show’s biggest dance numbers — choreographed in this production by Emmy winner Joshua Bergasse — feature Copeland’s character.

That includes the “Presentation of Miss Turnstiles,” in which we first meet Ivy. The dance paints the picture of a day in the life of Miss Turnstiles, and has Copeland pirouetting from photo shoots to night clubs to taking care of her fictional husband in her home.

You can watch Copeland perform the number here. As you’ll see, it’s a much more lighthearted dance than Copeland typically performs at the American Ballet Theatre. And yet she feels completely at home in it, punching up the humor of the piece and moving comfortably through the numbers more complicated movements.

Copeland is equally at home during the show’s book scenes. Her Ivy is more bubbly and bold than her predecessor Megan Fairchild’s, creating a sweet dynamic between Ivy and Gabey that puts their enthusiasm, nervousness and affection for one another on equal playing ground. 

We see a more traditional, romantic movement from Copeland during the show's stunning "The Real Coney Island" ballet. Copeland moves through the dance with poise and grace, leaving a trail of elegant lines and effortless flips behind her.

Her tenderness is perfectly matched with Yazbeck's rustic, masculine strength. The two are a dynamic pair, and when they hit that final pose at the piece's conclusion, you'll be left breathless.

“We really made that dance our own,” Yazbeck explained to NBC New York. “She was so collaborative and professional. We only rehearsed for a half hour one day, and then did two run-throughs the next day. And that was it. She’s the real deal.”

“I’m pretty much jealous of any other man who gets to partner with her in the future,” Yazbeck added. “Because she’s pretty incredible.”

Copeland's jeté into “On the Town” is the latest move in a history-making year for the 32-year-old. In addition to dancing leads in productions of “The Nutcracker,” “Romeo and Juliet” and “Swan Lake,” she’s also been featured on TV’s “60 Minutes” and on the cover of Time Magazine as one of their “100 Most Influential People in 2015.”

In a lovely coincidence, her first performance also happened to land on the birthday of Leonard Bernstein, who composed “On the Town” when he was only 26. Act II opened with the cast and audience paying tribute to the late composer with a rendition of a song he didn’t write: “Happy Birthday.”

For tickets to “On the Town” more information, visit onthetownbroadway.com.

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<![CDATA[Jenner PCH Crash Presented to LA DA's Office]]> Wed, 26 Aug 2015 07:15:24 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/201*120/08-25-2015-caitlyn-jenner-leather-jacket-1.jpg

A fatal crash on Pacific Coast Highway involving Caitlyn Jenner has been presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.

The office confirmed Tuesday afternoon that the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department presented the case in connection with the fatal February crash to the Major Crimes Division, responsible for handling high-profile cases. It was not immediately clear what charges, if any, Jenner might face.

Jenner was hauling an off-road vehicle on a trailer behind her Cadillac Escalade on Feb. 7 when she steered to avoid cars slowing for a traffic light in front of her on PCH in Malibu.

Jenner's SUV rear-ended two cars, pushing the Lexus into oncoming traffic and also hitting a Prius. The 69-year-old Lexus driver was killed when her car was struck head-on by a Hummer.

The Associated Press reported last week that the sheriff's report recommended a manslaughter charge, but a source familiar with the case told NBC News no recommendation was made. If prosecutors make a decision to charge Jenner, she will be charged with misdemeanor manslaughter, at most, the source said.

A timetable for a decision from the district attorney's office also was not available Tuesday.

Jenner's attorney declined to comment, the AP reported.

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<![CDATA[Top Celeb Pics: Bill Murray's Hamptons Premiere]]> Sun, 30 Aug 2015 14:52:53 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Murray-Willis-Permiere.jpg Check out the latest photos of your favorite celebrities.

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<![CDATA[Caitlyn Jenner Costume Sparks Social Media Outrage]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 16:01:49 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-480846712_caitlyn_jenner_homicidio.jpg

Halloween costumes and decorations seem to arrive in stores earlier and earlier every year.

October is more than two months away, yet one celebrity attire is already causing a social media firestorm.

The “Call Me Caitlyn” costume, reminiscent of Jenner’s Vanity Fair cover, consists of a corset-like top, shorts and a wig. 

Though Halloween costumes lampooning current events and celebrities are nothing new, Jenner's supporters condemn the attire as "transphobic" and "disgusting” and have launched a petition calling on one retailer to halt production.

“To make a costume out of a marginalized identity reduces that person and community to a stereotype for privileged people to abuse,” the petition statement read. “In this case, if you follow through with production of a Caitlyn Jenner costume, cisgender people will purchase it to make fun of her and our community.”

Spirit Halloween, a company behind pop-up costume stores that appear nationwide during the fall season, defended the ensemble in a statement to CNBC.

"At Spirit Halloween, we create a wide range of costumes that are often based upon celebrities, public figures, heroes and superheroes," said Lisa Barr, senior director of marking at Spirit Halloween. "We feel that Caitlyn Jenner is all of the above and that she should be celebrated. The Caitlyn Jenner costume reflects just that."

Spirit isn’t new to controversy. Last year, the company was criticized for selling "Slenderman" costumes inspired by the fictional internet character who allegedly compelled two 12-year-old girls to stab a classmate 19 times in a wooded park earlier that year.

Despite the company’s stated intentions, the advertisement, which features a features a tattooed male donning the outfit, “mocks the validity of a transgender’s identity,” according to a petition signer.

But Spirit isn’t the only company carrying the “Call Me Caitlyn” this year. Several online retailers are selling the costume under the “humorous” category, which some say undermines the struggles transgender people like Jenner go through every day.  

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<![CDATA[Celeb Hookups: Alison Brie, Dave Franco]]> Tue, 25 Aug 2015 08:36:04 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-160490541.jpg Check out which celebrities are hooking up.

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<![CDATA[Man Found With Rosie O'Donnell's Daughter Arrested: Sources]]> Mon, 24 Aug 2015 11:48:37 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/rosie+odonnel+steven+sheerer.jpg

The 25-year-old man with whom Rosie O'Donnell's missing daughter was staying earlier this week was arrested Friday night for allegedly having inappropriate online communications with the teen, sources said.

Steven Sheerer was arrested at his New Jersey home on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and distribution of obscenity to a minor, according to police. His arrest stems from an investigation into a 17-year-old's cellphone calls that was initiated with the consent of the girl's mother. Sources said the mother is Rosie O'Donnell and the 17-year-old is her daughter, Chelsea O'Donnell.

Police said an examination of the phone showed evidence of inappropriate communications over the last several weeks between Sheerer and the 17-year-old. Investigators also executed a search warrant of Sheerer's home and seized a computer and other digital equipment, police said.

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Sheerer is being held in Ocean City Jail on $40,000 cash bail. If convicted, each charge carries a penalty of five years in prison.

In 2012, Sheerer was in a car with another woman when they were stopped by police following a two-month narcotics investigation. The woman had heroin and drug paraphernalia on her while her 1-year-old and 3-year-old children were in the back seat of the car, police told NBC Philadelphia.

Police also searched Sheerer's home where they found heroin, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. 

Sheerer was charged with third-degree possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, third-degree possession of heroin, third-degree endangering the welfare of a child, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was later convicted on those charges.

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<![CDATA['Tonight': A Performance by the Band Tux]]> Sat, 22 Aug 2015 03:25:41 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484788394.jpg Tux (Jimmy Fallon and Jason Schwartzman) reunites to perform their classic back-to-school anthem about class picture day.]]> <![CDATA['Tonight' Thank You Notes: Bill Clinton Turns 69]]> Sat, 22 Aug 2015 03:20:34 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484788416.jpg Jimmy pens thank you notes to oatmeal raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip and other things.]]> <![CDATA[Watch: Swiss Cliff Jumper Laso Schaller's Epic Plunge]]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 16:16:24 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/schaller.jpg

Famed jumper Laso Schaller made headlines for setting "a new cliff-jump world record" when dramatic video of him plunging nearly 200 feet into a pool of water was released on Aug. 18.

But a technicality will keep the Swiss 27-year-old out of the official record books — the feat is too dangerous for Guinness.

During the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series, Schaller completed a 192.9-foot jump into a 26-foot-deep pool of water. Red Bull, which sponsors the event, said he set a record.

Guinness World Records no longer monitors that category “due to the obvious dangers involved and the inadvisability of sanctioning such a record,” a spokesperson said.

Though Guinness doesn't track cliff-jumping anymore, they do keep a record of who has the most Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series titles. Four-time winner Gary Hunt is the current record holder.

Red Bull, which sponsors the event, has not yet responded for comment.

Even with Schaller’s experience, there was a lot of extra preparation needed to make the jump.

His team built a platform that extended out from the top of the waterfall to clear a rock wall for the jump, according to a blog post from Red Bull. The team also explored the pool using scuba gear and placed six aerating tanks in his projected landing area to "soften" the water.

Schaller, a canyon guide and athlete by trade, regularly participates in high-dive shows, which involve jumping roughly 80 feet, 20 times in a day.

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<![CDATA[WATCH: Friends Act Out a Zombie Video Game ]]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 08:33:22 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/first-person-shooter-youtube-video.jpg

If you've ever wanted to play a real-life video game, battling zombies with just your wits and whatever weapons are lying around, then this prank is your dream come true.

A group of friends in England sprinkled a little movie magic onto their home, turning it into a massive choose-your-own-adventure play that they performed with unsuspecting videochatters. The group released a video Thursday that shows  what happens when someone's dropped into the heart of a video game, picking up more than 1 million views within 12 hours.

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The video's title, "Real Life First Person Shooter," refers to first-person shooter games, where the player sees the point of view of their character. Only, in this case, the character was a deep-throated man and the players were real people using Skype and anonymous video chat sites called Chatroulette and Omegle.

"There's a body on the floor and the door's locked. What should I do?" asked the action hero at the start of the adventures.

Their first job, after pressing start, was to help the hero get out of a dark room. He did whatever the player told them to, cheerfully offering suggestions whenever the players got stuck.

Get out of the room and they were quickly faced with a horde of zombies, a haunted cemetery and, if they figured out how to get their player's (fake) guns blazing, a spooky church with a monstrous surprise inside.

Some players screamed, others screamed for the hero to run, and many couldn't stop the gang of zombies from ending the game. When the character said he had a bad feeling about something, his player smiled and told him: "That's alright. I'm not gonna die, you are."

The team behind the video is from Realm Pictures, a British video production company. Along with friends and neighbors they recruited, they made about 40 successful runs, according to director David M. Reynolds.

The project took about a month of research, and eventually two intense days to build the graphics that players saw on the screen through some "indie film tricks" they'd learned making movies, Reynolds said in an email.

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Now, years after Reynolds and his friends first had the idea, he said it was surreal to suddenly be answering interviews about their game.

"Our garden is famous," Reynolds said.

Didn't get to play? You might have another chance. Reynolds said the team is scheming up "a sequel that will make this one look like a dry run!"

Photo Credit: Courtesy David. M. Reynolds/Realm Pictures
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<![CDATA['Tonight': Mixing Cocktails with Rachel Maddow]]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 05:58:16 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484655458.jpg Rachel Maddow teaches Jimmy how to make a Millionaire cocktail in honor of Donald Trump's recent political participation.]]> <![CDATA[ 'Tonight Show': Vacationing With Rachel Maddow ]]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 05:55:32 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484655448.jpg Rachel Maddow chats with Jimmy about how she keeps her hiatuses from her MSNBC show basic and full of country music.]]> <![CDATA['Late Night': Sesame Street and More Get 'Burnt']]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 05:51:31 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Late_NIght_Seth_Meyers_Burnt_Sesame_Street_1200x675_510026307631.jpg What does Seth have to say about Sesame Street's deal to air on HBO before PBS? "Ya burnt!"]]> <![CDATA['Late Night': John Cena's Dark Secret]]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 04:35:04 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-484656246.jpg Seth Meyers tries to return wrestler John Cena's wallet, only to walk in on something he never expected to see.]]> <![CDATA[Warrant Served at Kiss Rocker Gene Simmons's LA Home]]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 09:44:32 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/GENE_SIMMONS_INCIDENT_AERIALS_1200x675_509887555537.jpg

The Los Angeles Police Department executed a search warrant at Gene Simmons' house on Thursday, police said.

"No one in the the Simmons family is a suspect in this investigation," police said in a statement.

They would not discuss the ongoing investigation.

A representative for Simmons said in a statement that members of the LAPD visited Simmons and his wife at their home to discuss a crime that may have occurred on their property last year while Simmons was away on tour with KISS.

"Neither Mr. Simmons nor any member of his family is a Person Of Interest in the investigation and they are cooperating fully with the investigation," the statement said. "At this time, the police have requested that Mr. Simmons and his family not discuss the investigation publicly so as not to compromise it."

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<![CDATA[South Beach Seafood Fest Preview]]> Thu, 20 Aug 2015 20:13:31 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/seafoodprev_0001.JPG Hess Wines and South Beach Seafood Festival had an exclusive happy hour preview at Smith And Wullensky on South Beach. Photos by Jipsy]]> <![CDATA[New Pizzeria Arrives in Miami Beach]]> Thu, 20 Aug 2015 20:12:25 -0400 Jipsy]]> Jipsy]]> http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/pizza28_0001.JPG Arriving in Miami Beach on the famed Espanola Way, Numero 28 Pizzeria fires up and opens it's doors Photos by Jipsy]]> <![CDATA[Duggar: I've 'Been the Biggest Hypocrite Ever']]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 09:45:38 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/josh+duggar.JPG

Former reality star Josh Duggar called himself the "biggest hypocrite ever" and revealed he had "been unfaithful" to his wife in a public statement after his name was linked in news reports to a data breach of the Ashley Madison adultery website.

"I am so ashamed of the double life that I have been living and am grieved for the hurt, pain and disgrace my sin has caused my wife and family," Duggar, 27, said in a statement, which was posted on his parents' blog.

His parents, Jim Bob and Michelle, said their hearts were broken by the news.

"When we learned of this late last night our hearts were broken," they said. "As we continue to place our trust in God we ask for your prayers for Josh, Anna, our grandchildren and our entire family."

Josh Duggar said he also became addicted to watching pornography and said he was "a bad example."

In May, he admitted he had "acted inexcusably" amid allegations that he fondled young girls, including his sister, as a teenager. The statement came after In Touch Weekly uncovered a police report that said he had been interviewed in 2006 about sexual abuse accusations from a few years earlier. 

Duggar was never charged, though he apologized for the scandal.

The revelations led to the cancellation of the family's reality show, "19 Kids and Counting," which aired on TLC. Duggar also resigned his position as a lobbyist at the conservative Family Research Council.

Duggar and his wife, Anna, welcomed their fourth child, a baby girl on July 19.

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<![CDATA[Watch: Woman in Labor Dances to 'Tootsee Roll']]> Fri, 21 Aug 2015 09:48:50 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/dance12.jpg

A woman with fantastic dance moves took to the song "Tootsee Roll" to alleviate her labor pains.

Yuki Nishizawa of Boston, Massachusetts, put on a little show at Brigham and Women's Hospital just before the birth of her son.

Yuki and the baby's father Connell Cloyd welcomed Coji Nishizawa-Cloyd into the world around 1:30 a.m. on Aug. 19.

"She's the best dancer! And, it worked," Connell told necn.

He originally posted the video clip on his Facebook page.

Click here to watch the original "Tootsee Roll" video by 69 Boyz. We don't think they have anything on Yuki.

We're sending best wishes to the entire family, whose labor video has become a social media phenomenon.

Photo Credit: Connell Cloyd]]>
<![CDATA['Meyers': Flirting Tips From Keegan-Michael Key]]> Thu, 20 Aug 2015 07:08:58 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Meyers+FLirting+Advice.JPG Pro advice from two married guys who have been out of the game for a while on "Late Night With Seth Meyers."

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<![CDATA['Tonight': Heidi Klum Reveals Her Favorite 'AGT' Act]]> Thu, 20 Aug 2015 07:14:01 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Heidi+Klum+AGT+Act.png On "The Tonight Show," Heidi Klum talks to Jimmy Fallon about judging the 10th season of "America's Got Talent" and the slightly gross act she's rooting for.]]> <![CDATA[Heidi Klum Takes on Jimmy Fallon in Box of Lies]]> Thu, 20 Aug 2015 06:26:23 -0400 http://media.nbcmiami.com/images/213*120/Heidi+Klum+Americas+Got+Talent.JPG

Heidi Klum is proving to be a force to be reckoned with, especially when it comes to men.

After getting dragged into Donald Trump’s election drama this week when the Republican presidential nominee hopeful said the former Victoria'a Secret model is not “a 10” anymore in a New York Times interview, Klum took on “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon during a game of Box of Lies.

The recurring game consists of mystery boxes with bizarre items inside. A player chooses a box and then opens it out of the opponents view. They must then describe the contents of their box and the other player has to guess whether they are telling the truth or lying.

Klum’s lying abilities were tested first when she pulled out a small bathtub filled with mini bottles of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey. The "Project Runway" host began describing a sort of “butterfly box” with chewed up gum stick on top,” but Fallon didn’t seem convinced.

“That’s a lie,” he said.

“Are you sure?” Klum responded, in an attempt to throw off her opponent.

Luckily for Fallon, he was sure. The reality show host then suggested they drink some of the whiskey and proceeded to down a bottle of Fireball, shaming Fallon who took a sip and quivered.

“Your my, your my best friend,” the funny man slurred in a drunk voice.

Maybe it was the alcohol, but Fallon proved to be a bad fibber. On his turn, he claimed to have a Jello mold full of Justin Bieber heads, which Klum instantaneously — and correctly — called a lie.

The German model chose the last box, which contained a patch of moss with a pair of plastic lips on top. Unable to contain himself from making a joke about the double entendre, Fallon reminded Klum that the late night show airs “at a certain time.” 

"Moss with lips on it?" Fallon doubted, but then added, "Your telling the truth!"

It was the truth. Fallon picked up a second point and won the game.

Earlier in the show, Klum talked about winning kudos with her four kids after Taylor Swift personally invited them to her concert and revealed who her favorite act is this season on “America’s Got Talent.”

“Next week you guys definitely have to watch [the show] because my favorite act is on,” the “AGT” judge said. “It’s the Regurgitator. He eats all these things and throws them back up.”

The 10th season of “America’s Got Talent” airs Wednesday’s on NBC at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT).

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