<![CDATA[NBC10 Boston - Top Stories]]>Copyright 2018 https://www.nbcboston.com/entertainment/top-stories http://media.nbcboston.com/designimages/clear.gif NBC10 Boston https://www.nbcboston.com en-usWed, 17 Oct 2018 06:36:33 -0400Wed, 17 Oct 2018 06:36:33 -0400NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[Brothel Owner, GOP Political Candidate Dennis Hof Dies at 72]]> Tue, 16 Oct 2018 15:18:13 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/hofdead.jpg

Nevada authorities say a legal pimp who gained popularity for an HBO series about his business and a Republican candidate for the state Legislature has died.

Nye County sheriff Lt. David Boruchowitz said an employee at Dennis Hof's Love Ranch brothel outside of Las Vegas summoned authorities a little before 11 a.m. Tuesday after Hof was found unresponsive and not breathing.

Boruchowitz says there is no sign of foul play.

Hof was the Republican nominee this year for a heavily GOP legislative district. Ballots have already been printed in the race and it wasn't immediately clear how elections officials would handle Hof's death.

Hof owned a handful of brothels in Nevada, the only state that allows them to legally operate.

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<![CDATA[Top Celeb Photos: Adam Levine, Nicole Kidman and More]]> Tue, 16 Oct 2018 11:18:36 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-1052230542-edited.jpg Check out the latest photos of your favorite celebrities.

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<![CDATA[Kevin Smith Pays Twitter Follower $200 for Airport Food Delivery]]> Mon, 15 Oct 2018 21:50:30 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/kevin+smith+veggie+grill.jpg

Never underestimate Kevin Smith’s love for Veggie Grill.

The filmmaker and comedian, perhaps best known for his role as Silent Bob in the film “Clerks” and related spin-offs, asked his Twitter followers Monday for help in getting Veggie Grill, a fast-casual vegan restaurant, during a layover at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.

This is how it all went down: 

“Flying back to Vancouver from St Louis in the a.m. I have 95 minute layover in Chicago - where there is a @VeggieGrill by The Loop. Do I risk missing my flight and try to make it from @fly2ohare to #VeggieGrill before my next flight or is that nuts? Thoughts from any Chicagoans?” he wrote.

When Twitter users said no, he put out a call.

“CHICAGO! I’m told my @VeggieGrill Run won’t work. The only way to make it happen is to have someone deliver the food to me at @fly2ohare! So - the VG at 204 North Wells opens at 10:30. My flight lands at 11. Any Chicagoans up for this? I’ll pay $200 and a photo (if you want one),” he wrote.

While it remains unclear if Kevin Smith truly just wanted some delicious vegan cuisine or if this was all a secret marketing strategy, the hilarious saga all played out in real time on social media.

Enter: @Im_Alex_Smith.

“Hey i'm not doing anything right now, i live by a different one and could use the money,” he replied.

And that’s how “the epic Veggie Grill Run” began.

Alex Smith “put on pants” and headed to the Veggie Grill on Wells Street in Chicago’s Loop.

But the journey quickly hit a bump in the road when Kevin Smith’s plane took off from St. Louis and he couldn’t send Alex Smith his order.

“I’m about to just order one of everything, unless someone knows his order,” Alex Smith tweeted.

Thankfully, the general manager at Veggie Grill knew some of Kevin Smith’s favorites.

“I saw a video a couple weeks ago of him kind of talking about how much he loves Veggie Grill,” said the general manager of the Wells Street Veggie Grill, Alexandra Neal. “I know a little bit about what he likes. I know he likes the buffalo wings.”

After some research and with Neal’s help, Alex Smith ordered buffalo wings, a Nashville hot chicken sandwich, crispy cauliflower, tempura green beans and a Beyond Burger.

The total? $48.05.

But wait, then there were the nachos.

“Finishing up the order and i'll be on the way. I guessed mostly and got it right, just needing to get the nachos,” Alex Smith wrote just before 11 a.m.

The suspense had many fans on social media on the edge of their seats.

“This is the most excited I’ve ever been about food I’m not going to eat,” one user wrote.

“This is potentially the most exciting and spiritually uplifting thing that could happen to me all day,” another user tweeted.

Just after noon, Kevin Smith shared a video of their success.

“WE DID IT! @Im_Alex_Smith made the @VeggieGrill Run from The Loop to @fly2ohare in time for me to enjoy a little piece of home right here in Chicago’s airport!” he wrote. “Many thanks for being The Bandit, sir! It was an adventurous, delicious layover!”

Delicious and expensive. Alex Smith confirmed to NBC 5 that Kevin Smith did pay the $200 for the food "even though I was hesitant to accept it." 

“This is all very silly. And very wild,” he wrote. 

Photo Credit: Alex Smith
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<![CDATA[Melania Spokeswoman Slams T.I. for Lookalike Stripper Video]]> Tue, 16 Oct 2018 10:46:00 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/timelania.jpg

A spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump is calling for a boycott of T.I. after the rapper released a teaser video depicting a woman strongly resembling the first lady performing a striptease in the Oval Office.

T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, tweeted Friday, “Dear 45, I ain’t Kanye” before sharing the video, which shows a woman who looks like Melania Trump entering the Oval Office wearing only high heels and a green jacket that reads “I really don’t care. Do you?” In June, Trump made headlines wearing a similar jacket to the Texas border to visit immigrant children separated from their parents. 

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Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for the first lady, slammed the minute-long trailer as "disgusting."

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The video has racked up over 1.5 million views on T.I.'s Twitter account.

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<![CDATA[Chance the Rapper to Make Announcement at Chicago's City Hall, Prompting Speculation of Mayoral Run]]> Tue, 16 Oct 2018 13:56:25 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/chance+the+rapper+GettyImages-844427050.png

UPDATE: Chance the Rapper has endorsed Amara Enyia for mayor of Chicago, he announced Tuesday. Click here for more. 


Could Chance the Rapper be running for mayor? That's what many fans are thinking after the rapper posted plans for a press conference at Chicago’s City Hall “regarding Chicago Mayoral Election."

“City Hall pull up,” he wrote on Twitter Monday.

The announcement was set for 10 a.m. and although Chance did not specify which day, it was expected to take place Tuesday. 

Hours earlier the 25-year-old Chicago icon tweeted “Im thinkin maybe I should,” prompting speculation from many that the rapper would be announcing a run for mayor. In his song "Somewhere in Paradise," the rapper sings, "They screaming Chano for mayor, I'm thinking maybe I should." 

Still, the announcement could be instead to throw his support behind a current candidate. Multiple sources tied to the mayoral race said they believed Chance was planning to endorse Amara Enyia, an attorney and community activist with a doctorate in education policy. 

When asked if he'd be announcing his support for Enyia, who also ran for Chicago mayor in 2015, her campaign replied, "we'll see." 

Chance, whose real name is Chancelor Bennett, comes from a family with a political background and has spent millions of dollars of his own money to help Chicago Public Schools and the area's mental health services. He has long been critical of the city's politics, particularly funding for education and the city's response to the 2014 fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald by Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke. 

Chance's father Ken Bennett served as deputy chief of staff and director for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s Office of Public Engagement. The elder Bennett worked for former Chicago Mayor Harold Washington and President Barack Obama as well. 

This time around, Ken Bennett is backing Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle for mayor, and was by her side as she announced her campaign last month.

Another candidate for mayor, Ja'Mal Green, has ties to the rapper's family, saying he joined the race when he was unable to convince Ken Bennett himself to run. 

It didn't appear as though Green would be earning Chance's endorsement Tuesday, as the 23-year-old community activist tweeted in response, "Politics = no permanent friends, no permanent enemies. #MovingInSilence."

Chance's press conference was slated to take place weeks after Emanuel announced he wouldn’t seek re-election. 

Fans began tweeting things like "Chano for mayor" following the latest series of tweets - not the first time fans have called for such a move.

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<![CDATA[Chance the Rapper Goes Undercover as Lyft Driver in Chicago]]> Mon, 15 Oct 2018 11:47:12 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Chance+Lyft+-+00033326_34047101.jpg

It was a “chance” ride that left some Chicagoans stunned.

New video released by Lyft Monday showed footage of Chance the Rapper going undercover as a driver in the city, much to the surprise of the unsuspecting riders he picked up.

The “Undercover Lyft” episode shows Chance picking up riders and talking to them about music and the importance of giving back, all while dropping subtle hints at his real identity. 

“When we saw the first cut of the footage it was funnier and more real than anything we had expected,” David Katcher, Lyft’s Midwest general manager, said in a statement. 

Chance, who told riders his name was John, even offered up a few rhymes for one rider -- but not the kind you’d expect from a music icon.

“I was just like this guy thinks he knows how to rap because I was being very nice,” said rider Imani Abernathy. “I was like, ‘Oh, you know, yeah…keep going. Maybe stick to your day job.’”

The experience was intended to promote a partnership between the rideshare company and the rapper’s non-profit SocialWorks. Under a new program, Lyft riders can round up their fares and donate the difference to a cause of their choice, including SocialWorks’ “New Chance” campaign to benefit CPS.

“I hope this video encourages even more folks to give back just by taking a Lyft,” Chance the Rapper said in a statement. 

“It makes me want to be able to donate as much as he does and give back,” Abernathy said. “He’s not forgetting where he’s from.”

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<![CDATA[Rescued Thai Soccer Team Sits Down With Ellen]]> Mon, 15 Oct 2018 14:01:59 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/thaisoccoerteam.jpg

The Wild Boars soccer team from Chiang Rai, Thailand, sits down for their first group interview since their extraordinary rescue on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Monday, Oct. 15.

The team recounts their harrowing experience being trapped in a flooded Thai cave for 18 days. Members of the group explain how they remained calm and positive with prayer and meditation until their successful rescue, which captured the world’s attention.

Each individual rescue took around eight hours, but most don’t have much recollection because they were sedated during the effort. The boys also share that four of their teammates spent their birthdays inside the cave; however, they did not celebrate.

DeGeneres surprises the team with Ellen-ized soccer jerseys and brings out international soccer star, LA Galaxy’s Zlatan Ibrahimović, who praises them as the best team in the world. 

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<![CDATA['SNL' Opens With Kanye West WH Visit; Meyers Returns as Host]]> Sun, 14 Oct 2018 07:51:42 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/snlScreen-Shot-2018-10-14-at-2.23.17-AM.jpg

Rapper Kanye West's bizarre White House meeting with President Donald Trump and former NFL player Jim Brown was the subject of many parts of this week's episode of "Saturday Night Live," including the cold open.

"Thank you all for joining us today for this important discussion," Alec Baldwin's Trump said at the start. "It's in no way a publicity stunt. This is a serious, private conversation between three friends plus 50 reporters with pens."

He then welcomed West, played by Chris Redd, with a series of nicknames: "Yeezus" and "Yandhi," among others. 

"Yeah, that's right. I flew here using the power of this hat," Redd's West said, motioning toward his bright red "Make America Great Again" hat. 

And that was just the beginning of a string of rambling rants by Redd, who mocked West's monologues on social policy, inner-city crime and jobs during his White House visit Thursday. 

"First, let me begin with the idea that time is a myth," Redd's West said while pointing at his watch and talking about the idea of "infinite amounts of universe." 

"And I'm a prisoner in a different dimension. Have I lost anyone so far?" he continued, before going on to call the 13th amendment a "trap door." 

The real West caught flack recently for saying the 13th amendment, which outlawed slavery in the United States, should be abolished. 

As he ranted, the thoughts of Baldwin's Trump could be heard. 

"Oh, this guy might be cuckoo," he says to himself. "I mean, I've been in the room with Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Un, and they made a lot more sense than him!"

Redd's West spoke about Chicago's murder rate, which the real West touched on during the meeting. 

"Pretty soon, it's gonna be a negative murder rate," Redd's West said. "We're gonna be digging bodies out of the ground." 

"And I don't wanna brag, bro, I don't wanna brag," Redd's West later added. "But I really have a high IQ. I'm a stable genius. I got a big brain and I got the best words." 

"Oh my God, he's black me," Baldwin's Trump thought to himself. 

In the midst of the chaos, the camera turned to Brown, played by Kenan Thompson, who thought to himself, "Oh my lord. What have I gotten myself into? I played football with a leather helmet and my brain is still working better than his," as he listened to Redd's West talk. 

"So in conclusion, 13th Amendment, Chi-Raq, trap doors lead to the uni-bomber, male energy, Trump is my dad, Hillary's a woman and the media need to start making this president look good," Redd's West said. 

Then, he turned to Thompson's Brown to ask if he had anything to add. 

"The only thing I did really wanna point out is that mental health in the black community is apparently an even bigger issue than I thought," Thompson's Brown said. "I mean, I've been on coalitions with Bill Cosby and O.J. Simpson and this is the first time I'm having regrets." 

The real meeting between West and Trump in the Oval Office raised eyebrows, as West passionately ranted about a number of issues in front of cameras. The musician has been outspoken about his support for Trump, tweeting about the president and even launching into a passionate, off-camera rant about Trump when he was a guest on "SNL" two weeks ago. 

On "Weekend Update," Michael Che and Colin Jost touched on the United Nation's somber report on climate change this week. 

"That's right. Scientists basically published an obituary for the Earth this week and people were like, 'Yeah, but like, what does Taylor Swift think about it?'" Jost said. 

Che said he tried to get himself to care about the report, but he just couldn't do it — despite stressing over it. 

"This whole episode should be like a telethon or something, but it's not," Che said. "I think it's because they keep telling us we're gonna lose everything and nobody cares about everything. People only care about some things."

Che said if Fox News reported that in 2030 climate change would take away all flags and Confederate statues, "There'd be recycling bins outside of every Cracker Barrel and Dick's Sporting Goods."

They also spoke about first lady Melania Trump's interview on ABC, in which she said she wore the "I really don't care, do u?" jacket this summer before visiting a facility for migrant children as a message to the media.

They touched on Swift's apparent effect on voter registration this week after coming out in support for Democrats, too.  

Seth Meyers also returned to the "Weekend Update" desk for a segment of "Really!?!" — a skit he used to perform with Amy Poehler on the show — about West's Oval Office meeting. 

Meyers, a former head writer and performer on the show, headed back to Studio 8-H Saturday night to host "SNL." During his monologue, he discussed his time at the show and the many reasons he misses it. He also touched on West's support for Trump.  

Paul Simon was the musical guest this week, performing "Can't Run But." 

Photo Credit: SNL
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<![CDATA['What's Happening!!' Co-Star Danielle Spencer Ailing]]> Fri, 12 Oct 2018 12:37:24 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/AP_18284760015621.jpg

Danielle Spencer, who played the tattletale little sister Dee Thomas on the 1970s TV series "What's Happening!!," is home in Virginia recuperating from emergency brain surgery after a series of health setbacks.

Spencer, who had been working as a veterinarian, was released from a hospital Oct. 4 after surgery for a bleeding hematoma, a result of a 1977 car accident that killed her stepfather, Tim Pelt, as he shielded her from harm. She can speak just slightly and must use crutches to walk, said a spokesman, Jason Hardy.

The 53-year-old Spencer began suffering symptoms in 2004, when she was confined to a wheelchair and did a long stint in rehab to learn how to walk again. In 2014, she was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a double mastectomy, Hardy said.

The ABC sitcom, which aired from 1976 to 1979, followed the lives of three working-class teens in the Los Angeles neighborhood Watts. Spencer played the sister of one, Roger "Raj" Thomas. She also appeared in a sequel, "What's Happening Now!!"

Friends of Spencer, who lives in Richmond, have begun an appeal for financial assistance on her behalf at GoFundMe.com.

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<![CDATA[Princess Eugenie Weds in 2nd Royal Wedding of the Year ]]> Fri, 12 Oct 2018 11:17:16 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/GettyImages-1051958494.jpg Princess Eugenie, the royal daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, married beau Jack Brooksbank in the second royal wedding of the year. See the photos.

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<![CDATA[Lindsey Buckingham Sues Fleetwood Mac After Band Booted Him]]> Fri, 12 Oct 2018 02:33:26 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/buckinghamAP_666828788440.jpg

Fleetwood Mac singer and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham is suing the group after they kicked him out, NBC News reported

The lawsuit filed this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court says he was kicked out of the band, which cost him at least $12 million in tour proceeds. He was a member of Fleetwood Mac on and off for 33 years, writing hits like "Go Your Own Way." The suit seeks unspecified damages, attorney's fees and interest on money he claims he is owed as a legal "partner" of the act. 

The claim names Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood and reads almost as a history of Buckingham's contributions since he joined in 1975 on the condition, he said, that then-girlfriend Nicks was also accepted. 

"I remain deeply surprised and saddened, as this decision ends the beautiful 43-year legacy we built together," Buckingham said in a statement. A publicist for the group did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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<![CDATA[‘Tonight’: Post Malone Takes Jimmy Fallon to Olive Garden]]> Fri, 12 Oct 2018 08:47:18 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/tjf_hlt_s6e014_943_olivegarden_20181011-153931970186900002.jpg

Jimmy Fallon has never tried the Olive Garden before, so Post Malone takes him to experience his favorite restaurant the right way.

<![CDATA['Tonight’: Jonah Hill Bribed His Young 'Mid90s’ Lead With Nutella]]> Fri, 12 Oct 2018 01:18:33 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/tjf_hlt_s6e014_943_jonahhill_nutella_20181011-153931977773200002.jpg

Jonah Hill talks about his road to becoming a director after falling into a 15-year-long acting career, what inspired him to make the coming-of-age film, “Mid90s," and how sugar turned an 11-year-old non-actor into an acclaimed lead.

<![CDATA[‘These Are Philly Fish’: Man Goes Fishing Over City Storm Drain]]> Wed, 10 Oct 2018 19:34:40 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/Center+City+Fishing+_30820715.jpg

Give a man a fish and he’s hungry again in an hour. Teach a man to fish and he’ll go fishing on Broad Street.

Wait, what?

If you were walking in Center City Philadelphia Wednesday, you may have noticed a peculiar sight. Mike Iaconelli, of Pittsgrove, New Jersey, sat near a storm drain at Broad and Race streets holding a fishing rod. Next to him sat a channel catfish in a yellow bucket that he claimed he caught in the inlet.

“A lot of people don’t know, Broad Street, all this runs in the Schuylkill River which runs in the Delaware River,” he said. “People can have great fishing right here in Center City and a lot of people don’t realize that.”

Iaconelli, who told NBC10 he's gone city fishing since he was a child, said he’s caught everything from American eels to snakeheads to rats while city fishing. His bait of choice? Hot dogs and Philadelphia soft pretzels. 

“People that are done with their food, they throw it in so this is natural,” he said. “These are Philly fish, all the way. Tried and true. If [the] fish could talk, they’d probably say, ‘E-A-G-L-E-S Eagles!”

Iaconelli told NBC10 he fishes for sport and releases anything he catches. 

“It’s fun. It’s real relaxing,” he said. “It keeps me outside. Keeps me in good shape.”

So was the catfish Iaconelli showed off actually swimming in the storm drain? John DiGiulio of the Philadelphia Water Department has his doubts, considering how far the location is from the river.

“We at the Water Department have never pulled a living fish out of an inlet and the location of it makes it extremely unlikely that it occurred naturally,” DiGiulio said.

Iaconelli is also a professional bass tournament angler and the host of a new city fishing show on Nat Geo Wild, which calls into question whether or not his Center City fishing was a publicity stunt. One large-mouth clue that points to a stunt: The Nat Geo Wild show premieres on Friday.

Iaconelli insisted however that he regularly goes fishing on Broad Street. He even suggested it was a bit therapeutic when it comes to dealing with the hustle and bustle of a big city.

“The noise, all this, it kind of disappears,” he said. “And I get to meet great people and catch some fish.”

<![CDATA[Michelle Obama on Political Climate: Fear Is Not a Motivator]]> Thu, 11 Oct 2018 11:10:57 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/214*120/Michelle+Obama+Today.png

Former first lady Michelle Obama said Thursday she stands by her “when they go low, we go high” motto despite calls this week by some high-profile Democrats to do the opposite.

"Fear is not a proper motivator,” Obama said. “Hope wins out. If you think about how you want your kids to be raised, how you want them to think about life and their opportunities, do you want them afraid of their neighbors? Do you want them angry? Do you want them vengeful?"

She added that in thinking about which values to promote for children, "you have to think about which motto do you want them to live by."

Obama coined the "we go high" phrase during her 2016 speech at the Democratic National Convention and it became a motto for Democrats on how to respond to Donald Trump’s campaign rhetoric.

But former Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday at a campaign event in Georgia that Democrats need a new slogan, and suggested: “When they go low, we kick them.” A few days later, Clinton said in an interview with CNN, “You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about."

"What are the things you’re telling your girls? Which motto do you want them to live by?" Obama, who has two daughters of her own, said. "I have to think about that as a mother, as someone who’s a role model to young girls. We want them to grow up with promise and hope, and we can’t model something different if we want them to be better than that."

Obama has mostly kept a low profile since leaving the White House in January 2017, limiting her public commitments to helping When We All Vote, which says it encourages participation regardless of political affiliation. She announced Thursday on the “Today” show the launch of a new initiative aimed to empower adolescent girls around the world through education.

The Global Girls Alliance, which supports grass roots organizations in local communities around the world and connects its leaders “so they can learn from each other,” was rolled out on Oct. 11 to coincide with the International Day of the Girl.

“We want to play a role in building an alliance of young people that are out there doing the work on the ground and we want to give them an opportunity to network with one another,” Obama told “Today” hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb. ”Leaders need access to resources and technical support. The alliance is going to provide that for them.”

As the first African American first lady of the United States, Obama said she wanted every girl in the world to have the same kind of opportunities that she had and that her daughters have.

“The stats show that when you educate a girl you educate a family, a community, a country. It makes no sense that the strength of our family — girls and women — are not getting educated, that they are not in school. If we care about climate change, if we care about poverty, if we care about maternal child health, then we have to care about education.”

The United Nations declared Oct. 11 the International Day of the Girl in 2011 in order "to help galvanize worldwide enthusiasm for goals to better girls’ lives, providing an opportunity for them to show leadership and reach their full potential."

This year’s theme, With Her: A Skilled GirlForce, aims to highlight the need for supporting education and training programs for girls in developing countries.

"Of the one billion young people — including 600 million adolescent girls — that will enter the workforce in the next decade, more than 90 percent of those living in developing countries will work in the informal sector, where low or no pay, abuse and exploitation are common," the United Nations campaign says.

Global Girls Alliance has teamed up with GoFundMe to provide a fundraising source for anyone who wants to help.

Obama also talked about life after the White House and revealed the secret to a happy marriage.

“Separate bathrooms,” she quipped.

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<![CDATA[‘Tonight’: #HomecomingFail Hashtags]]> Thu, 11 Oct 2018 01:18:25 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/tjf_hlt_s6e013_942_hashtags_20181010-153923358345600002.jpg

Jimmy Fallon reads some of his favorite tweets with the hashtag #HomecomingFail.

<![CDATA['Tonight’: Chalamet Reacts to Being Photoshopped Into Memes]]> Thu, 11 Oct 2018 01:16:54 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/213*120/tjf_hlt_s6e013_942_timotheechalamet_memes_20181010-153923362139000002.jpg

Timothée Chalamet chats about his mom and sister fighting over seats at the Oscars, becoming an internet meme and breaking moral taboos around real-life addiction in his film "Beautiful Boy."

<![CDATA[Today Show Steals and Deals: Save on Cold Weather Staples]]> Wed, 10 Oct 2018 09:35:33 -0400 https://media.nbcboston.com/images/216*120/steal-and-deals-today-main-181010-03.jpg

Temperatures are dropping and so are prices because today is a Steals and Deals day! Jill Martin was on the "Today" show this morning with her picks for cold weather gear you’ll want to stock up on.

From coats to scarves, Martin’s got you covered with everything you’ll need to stay warm this winter. To shop the deals, click here.

To sign up for alerts on Steals and Deals segments and get exclusive "Today" show deals daily, send a message with the words “Get Started” to the Shop TODAY on Facebook.

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