Savannah Guthrie Helps Reunite Las Vegas Shooting Victim With Man Who Saved His Life: Watch the Moving Moment

Out of the stories of tragedy and loss in Las Vegas, there have also been many tales of bravery and inspiration. On Tuesday morning, Today show host Savannah Guthrie was interviewing Tom McIntosh, a concert goer at Sunday’s Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival.

Tom was shot in the leg after helping his wife and another woman over a wall to get to safety. He immediately started bleeding and was convinced that he wasn’t going to survive the wound.

“I wouldn’t have [made it]. By the time I got over the wall, my pants were soaked and my shoes were full of blood. So I wouldn’t have made it,” he told Guthrie. “I know I wouldn’t have, so I’m very thankful that James was there to help me.”

James Lawson was a stranger to Tom, who happened to find him with a belt, badly applied as a tourniquet. He adjusted the belt to stabilize the bleeding and waited with Tom until they found a man with a truck who rushed them to the hospital. 

WATCH: Jimmy Kimmel Brought to Tears Over Mass Shooting in His Hometown of Las Vegas, Calls for Gun Control

Tom spoke about wanting to thank James for all he’d done to save his life, and seemed shocked and thrilled with Guthrie revealed that they’d found James and brought him there.

The two men hugged tightly as Tom emotionally thanked James for all he did.

Tom later said of James, “He was actually really cool about it, but yeah, I was terrified.”

“I don’t remember thinking. He kept wanting to not lose his foot and I kept reassuring him of that,” James recalled.  “And he’s still got it.”

James was able to stay calm in the stressful situation due to his training in the Army Reserves.

“I’ve been in the Army Reserves for over 10 years now. We go through numerous combat lifesaver trainings,” he explained. “I got EMT certified a while back and never did anything with it until the other night. I didn’t go through all that semester for nothing.”

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And James doesn’t consider himself to be a hero, adding, “There was dozens and dozens of other concert goers doing the same thing.”

For more from the Las Vegas shooting, watch the clip below. 

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Taylor Swift Sends Bouquets of Flowers to Police Station After Officer Was Shot During Las Vegas Attack

Taylor Swift is a class act.

After learning that a female officer was shot when a gunman opened fire at a country music festival in Las Vegas, the 27-year-old singer had flowers delivered to the Los Angeles Police Department’s Foothill Community Police Station in Pacoima, California, where the woman worked.

Kimberlee Binder, a LAPD intel analyst, shared a photo of the gift on Instagram, writing: “Talk about a class act! @taylorswift sent multiple bouquets of flowers and plants to our station, as one of our officers was shot in Las Vegas last night. This is one of the smaller arrangements. Beautiful flowers can bring a smile to anyone’s face. Much respect.”

On Monday, the police station confirmed on Facebook that one of their own was injured at the Route 91 Harvest Festival during Jason Aldean’s performance on Sunday night. According to ABC7, the officer was shot in the knee.

“Thank you to all who have called and experienced concerns of our Foothill Female Officer. She is stable and doing well,” read the statement. “We wish everyone who remains in Las Vegas and in attendance safe returns. #unity #partnerships”

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Swift also took to Twitter to share her condolences to those that lost loved ones in the senseless shooting. “There are no words to express the helplessness and sorrow my broken heart feels for the victims in Vegas and their families,” she wrote.

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A slew of celebrities have paid tribute to the victims of the attack, with both Jimmy Kimmel Live and Dancing With the Starsaddressing the tragedy at the top of their shows.

Here’s a look at Kimmel’s emotional monologue for those hurting in his hometown of Las Vegas:

Julia Roberts Reflects on 'Selfish' Life as a Young Actress: 'I Was My Priority'

Julia Roberts turns 50 on Oct. 28, and is looking back at her decades-long career in film.

The gorgeous actress covers the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK and recalls what she was like when first coming up in the entertainment industry. “I was my priority,” Roberts admits. “[I was] a selfish little brat running around making films.”

The Oscar winner also says that even when she was younger, she was selective with the roles she took.

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“Remember why you’re doing what you’re doing. That’s your anchor. Cultivate your taste and decision making. I didn’t work for a couple of years in my 20s, because I was being offered scripts and thinking ‘Is it me or is this all just crap?'” she notes. “I figured I could cover my rent and wait for something good. I’d been spoiled with some great jobs already, so I was like, ‘Why do that part with that person, when I was just doing that part with these people!'”

Roberts gushes that what has changed her for the better is her relationship with husband Daniel Moder, who she refers to as “my person.”

“When I think about what makes my life my life, and makes sense and just shine inside of me, it’s him,” she says. “Everything has come from that for me.”

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As for what it’s like to work with Moder, a cinematographer, she confesses, “There’s comfort there, but also terror, which is a good combination. Terror because the person I want to impress most is looking right at me.”

While Roberts is focused on moving forward, she’s also quite content with how far she’s come. “There are great things I’ve accomplished and I’d be happy to accomplish more, of course, to impress my children and my husband,” says the mother of two. “But you know what? I’ve been spoiled already.”

In April, Roberts’ Pretty Woman co-star, Richard Gere, spoke exclusively with ET about working on the 1990 film and his current relationship with his frequent onscreen love interest.

“[I still talk to her] all the time. I spoke to her three or four times a day,” he said of Roberts. “I would call her right now.”

Mike O’Malley Looks Back on Hosting ‘Nickelodeon’s GUTS’ 25 Years Later (Exclusive)

Some people might have forgotten that Mike O’Malley, who played Kurt Hummel’s dad and made you cry with his fatherly talks during six seasons of Gleeused to be a Nickelodeon game show host.

“I took the job very seriously,” O’Malley tells ET about hosting the ‘90s sports competition series GUTS, now celebrating its 25th anniversary. O’Malley, 50, was 24 years old when he landed the job. “I looked at the part like I was playing the role of an older brother. Like a cool camp counselor. I loved working with the kids.”

Each episode filmed on Stage 21 at Universal Studios Florida featured three teenage athletes competing against each other in four “extreme” versions of athletic events. In the final round, they raced up a “mountain” called the Aggro Crag, later renamed to Mega Crag. The show aired on Nickelodeon during a tween programming block that also included Legends of the Hidden Temple and Nick Arcade.

“[Nickelodeon] started making their own programing,” O’Malley recalls. “They didn’t have all the animated [shows]. A lot of their programming was kids’ game shows and sports action shows.”

O’Malley, who is from Boston, moved to New York after graduating from the University of New Hampshire in 1988 to study acting. “I did an acting showcase where casting agents come. I met an agent there. About six months later, I got cast as a host of a show called Get the Picture. We did [about] 120 episodes of that quiz show. Then I started touring around the country with Nickelodeon.”

That’s when he met GUTS creator Albie Hecht, who offered him the hosting gig on the show. “It was a fun time at Nickelodeon. Geraldine Laybourne, who used to run Nickelodeon, would talk about [how the network was] a place where kids are in charge. And so the programming was about them and their own wish fulfillment.”

Former contestants on the show included stuntwoman Anna Mercedes Morris (who coincidentally worked on an episode of Glee as Lea Michele’s stunt double), MLS soccer star Bobby Boswell, Hamilton West End actor Gregory Haney and Backstreet Boy AJ McLean. “I don’t remember [McLean]. I remember Jana Helms, who actually now is sadly paralyzed.”

Helms was known on GUTS as Jana “The Warrior” Waring. “She was an unbelievable athlete,” O’Malley remembers.  Helms was part of the show’s second season one-hour special, Nickelodeon GUTS All-Stars, where three perfect-scoring players from the first season competed against each other. Five years later, while performing as a gymnast at Sea World in Orlando, she broke her neck and became paralyzed from the chest down. Helms is now married and living in Los Angeles.

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After GUTS, O’Malley went on to host his own show called The Mike O’Malley Show, which aired for two episodes before it was canceled in 1999. In 2000, he starred as Jimmy Hughes on the CBS comedy Yes, Dear for six seasons, and had a role as Stuart on My Name is Earl. On both those shows he worked with producer and writer Greg Garcia. O’Malley has also spent the past 15 years expanding his career offscreen, with writing credits on Shameless and as creator of Survivor’s Remorse on Starz. Most recently, he and Garcia teamed up to co-write Escape to Margaritaville, an original story with songs by Jimmy Buffett set for Broadway in February 2018.

As for GUTS, O’Malley, who still speaks passionately about the show that could be considered his breakthrough in the business, believes a reboot would do well on TV today. “I think they should do it again. Yes.”

Sofia Richie and Scott Disick Share a Kiss on Jet Ski While Vacationing in Mexico — See the PDA Pics!

Sofia Richie and Scott Disick seem pretty smitten with one another. 

The rumored new couple are enjoying a romantic vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and were spotted sharing a smooch while riding a jet ski on Monday.

Sofia Richie and Scott Disick no jet skis

The 19-year-old model also couldn’t help but share a few pics on her social media of the PDA-filled getaway with the 34-year-old reality star.

PHOTOS: Scott Disick and Sofia Richie Kiss, Show Major PDA During Miami Getaway

“Taco night,” Richie captioned a photo on her Instagram Story of her cuddled up to Disick while a mariachi band played behind them.

In another photo shared on her Instagram, Richie is seen once again cuddling up to her guy in front of some surfboards. 

Sofia Richie and Scott Disick in Mexico

These two really love their beach vacations. Last month, they joined a few friends in sunny Miami, Florida, and shared quite a few kisses during a group dinner.

There was even a congratulatory dessert for the couple. Check it out:

EXCLUSIVE: Matthew McConaughey Shares the Heartfelt Inspiration Behind His just keep livin' Foundation

Matthew McConaughey’s just keep livin’ foundation has an origin story as heartfelt as it is heartbreaking.

The actor opened up to ET about how the name came about with wife Camila Alves at an event for the foundation with partner Samsung’s new Frame TV that combines design with technology, and transforms into a beautiful work of art when no one is watching.

“just keep livin’ is something that came to me a few days after my father passed away in ’92,” McConaughey revealed. “In trying to cope with him physically no longer being here, I firmly believe that I can still have a relationship with him spiritually, if I just kept his spirit alive.”

The 47-year-old actor revealed that Samsung has been supporting the organization “directly since 2010, adding, “Samsung gives and invests in charities across the nation.”

And now, with continued relief efforts needed in his home state of Texas after Hurricane Harvey, the foundation is as important as ever.

“With what time Camila and I had, we hosted a few events,” he noted. “One was for Rebuild Texas um that aired everywhere.”

He went on to call for continued giving, even as the news falls from the headlines.

“You can sponsor a family that they rescued and is out of their home … up to a year,” he said of one way people can help. “One hundred dollars a family member for one month.”

“Just keep givin’, just keep livin’ and just get a Texas flag on it,” he added, referencing the T-shirt his foundation is selling in which all net proceeds go to hurricane relief. “Because, as we all know, this will be back page news in the next month.”

Jason Aldean, Katy Perry, Keith Urban and More Stars Inspire With These Heartwarming Moments

The mass shooting that took the lives of 59 people and injured hundreds more on Sunday in Las Vegas has left Americans and the rest of the world with feelings of despair. 

But out of the grief, loss, and pain, there have also been moments that have inspired, comforted, and encouraged. From citizens helping one another out to stars lending their talents to start the healing process, here are some moving moments that have happened in wake of the tragedy: 

1. Jason Aldean Unites

The country singer was on the stage when the gunman started firing. He was quickly rushed to safety and shortly after released a statement to his fans, lending his support. Later on Monday, Aldean posted another, lengthier message encouraging unity in a difficult time.

“At the end of the day we arent Democrats or Republicans, Whites or Blacks, Men or Women. We are all humans and we are all Americans and it’s time to start acting like it and stand together as ONE!” he wrote. “That is the only way we will ever get this Country to be better than it has ever been, but we have a long way to go and we have to start now.”

2. Katy Perry Spreads Love

While performing at her Madison Square Garden concert in NYC on Monday night, Perry challenged her audience to share the love.

“Turn to your right or your left and if you don’t know the person next to you, just introduce yourself and say, ‘Hello,’ maybe shake their hand. And if you have the guts, just say, ‘I love you!’” she declared. “No one’s going to steal our joy. No one’s wilt our flowers or clip our wings! No one’s going to take our art from us.”

3. Ellen DeGeneres Stays Hopeful

The always upbeat comedian and TV host spoke in tears about the events, saying, “I don’t know about you, but I feel sad, I feel anxious, I feel helpless. And it’s very easy to lose hope, but we cannot do that. I always say there’s a lot more good in the world than there is bad and I continue to believe that.”

DeGeneres also noted that tough times like this inspire her to keep doing her job.

“I see it everywhere, you look in Las Vegas, and people were helping each other, people were lined up at 4:30 in the morning just to donate blood,” she said. “It is hard to do a show on a day like this. When I wake up, I think, ‘How am I going to do a show?’ But it’s also days like this that I appreciate my job more than ever because I get to focus and shine a light on people who do good in the world.” She then shared a montage of clips of everyday people whom she’s featured on the show. 

4.  Keith Urban Honors His ‘Family’

The country singer performed at a vigil in Nashville, telling the crowd about a moment he shared with his daughter while driving her to school. He noted that his daughter was confused about why he was sad over the deaths of people he didn’t know.

“They’re like family. It’s the one thing about country music that’s always been at the center of it. It is a community. I do know those people in that way,” Urban concluded.

He then performed a moving cover of “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”

5. Kaley Cuoco Shares Her Talents

Sometimes all you need is a friendly escape. The Big Bang Theory star took to Instagram to let fans know they had a safe place to get away from the painful news.

“If you need a laugh tonight, tune into a new @bigbangtheory_cbs… kinda think we could all use some light heartedness. It’s times like these, I am so grateful I make people giggle for a living,” she wrote.

6. Paul McCartney Gives Peace a Chance

In the final show of his One On One Tour in Detroit on Monday night, McCartney told the crowd, “On such a terrible day, we’re going to celebrate the joy in life.”

Later in the show he performed a touching rendition of John Lennon’s “Give Peace a Chance” as the crowd held up peace signs and sang along.

7. The Route 91 Festival Refuses to Back Down

In a statement released on Sunday, the festival lent their support to the victims and their families, sharing a powerful message of resilience in the process.

“While we will try and move forward, we will never forget this day,” the statement read. “We will NOT let hate win over LOVE. We will NOT be defeated by senseless violence. We WILL perservere, and honor the souls that were lost. Because it matters.”

8. People Step Up

The line for a local Las Vegas blood bank stretched so far that the person filming had to speed up the footage. People came out in droves to donate blood and help in any way they could the morning after the tragedy.

9. Garth Brooks Wants the Show to Go On

Posting a touching video message to his fans on Facebook, Brooks also made a rousing call to his fellow artists.

“I can’t imagine the artists that have gigs tonight, and I know you’re probably wondering what to do,” he said. “Here’s my advice – the show must go on. When things go bad, doctors go to work, when things go back, police go to work. When things go bad, musicians go to work…. Things are going bad. They need music, they need the power of that healing. So if you’ve got a gig tonight, you’ve got all my strength and all my love, but the show must go on, because those people in those seats, they come to get away from it all. They come to be happy to be joyous, to sing and love one another.”

10. Miley Cyrus Makes a Meaningful Song Change

After opening The Tonight Show with Adam Sandler singing Dido’s “No Freedom,” Cyrus closed out the show with her hit, “The Climb,” which she hasn’t performed live in years.

The bold ballad not only showcased Cyrus’ powerhouse vocals, but also struck a very personal chord after Sunday’s events.

“I think this is probably for the first time in five or six years, I’m going to do the song, ‘The Climb,’” Cyrus said before the performance. “The moments we’re going to remember most aren’t being pulled apart by evil, but coming together through love and all of us uniting.”

For more in the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, watch the clip below. 

‘Mean Girls’ Cast Joins Forces to Raise Money for Las Vegas Shooting Victims

Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Daniel Franzese and Jonathan Bennett joined forces this year to celebrate Mean Girls Day, which fans religiously celebrate every year on Oct. 3, in a pretty epic way.

Bennett, who played Aaron Samuels, shared a video on social media on Tuesday, featuring all four cast members, urging fans to donate just $3 to a GoFundMe initiative called “Mean Girls for Las Vegas.”

“This year, though, we’re doing things a little differently. We want to turn the attention to those who need it,” the cast members say in the video.  “After Sunday’s tragic events in Las Vegas, let’s give back. In honor of Mean Girls Day, we’re asking each of you, the groolest fans out there, to help. We’ve started a GoFundMe page and a hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the National Compassion Fund. If every fan gave just $3 in honor of Oct. 3, just $3, we would hit our goal of $300,000 in no time.”

 

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“We know fetch is never going to happen, but we can make this happen,” Chabert says in the video.

The goal is to raise $300,000 to help victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas. All proceeds will go to the National Compassion Fund, a program managed by the National Center for Victims of Crime, which also helped collect and distribute funds to victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting, the Aurora shooting and 9/11.

The concept for the video originated with Bennett, who quickly contacted his cast mates. “I literally texted Daniel, Lacey and Amanda and said ‘Hey let’s try to raise some money for the victims,'” Bennett told ET exclusively on Tuesday about the video. “I work in Vegas a lot. I have a lot of friends and loved ones in Vegas. So when this happened it hit way too close to home for me. I realized I had to do something.”

“We know how much spotlight we all get on October 3,” Franzese tells ET.  “And we wanted to reflect that light where it was needed the most.”

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After reuniting for a good cause, would the two consider a Mean Girls sequel?

“I would totally do a Mean Girls sequel,” Bennett tells ET. “I’m just honored to be a part of the whole situation. We never knew this funny little movie we made would become such a pop cultural phenomenon.”

“We all want to do a Mean Girls sequel as far as I know, Franzese added.

Meanwhile, tickets for the Mean Girls Broadway show went on sale Tuesday. The new musical adaptation will begin previews at Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre on March 12, 2018 with an opening set for April 8.

Additional reporting by Brendon Geoffrion.

Tyra Banks and Erik Asla Split After 5 Years Together

Tyra Banks and photographer Erik Asla have broken up, a source tells ET.

Banks and Asla had been dating since 2013. The two welcomed their 1-year-old son, York Banks Asla, via surrogacy last January. “There was no drama at all,” the source says of their breakup. “They are still friends and co-parenting their son, York Banks Asla, together.” “Tyra is a very hands-on mom, so it is not surprising she would continue to co-parent with Erik,” the source adds.

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ET has reached out to reps for comment. ET spoke to Banks last July, when she talked about the benefits of working with Asla professionally.

“It’s so nice to be able to do things together,” she gushed. “Because we love each other, I can be like, ‘I hate this shot, what is this?’ and he can be like, ‘You stand there and you stare into my camera.’ I’m like, ‘I don’t want to!’ and he’s like ‘You stay there!’” 

“I would never let some photographer talk to me that way, and he would never let some model talk to him that way, but because we’re family, it’s easy,” she added.

In June, Banks Instagrammed a rare snap of their adorable son to celebrate Father’s Day.

“To all the amazing daddies out there that love their kids unconditionally like my mommy’s daddy and my daddy, too…HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! — York [heart emoji],” Banks captioned the sweet pic of York reaching out towards the camera.

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Banks, 43, has been open in the past about her fertility struggles and her “traumatic” experience with IVF.

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Kate Winslet Opens Up About Relationship With Leonardo DiCaprio, Insists She Never 'Fancied' Him

Kate Winslet finds it “fortunate” that she and Leonardo DiCaprio never caught feelings for one another.

While promoting her upcoming movie, The Mountain Between Us, on ITV’s Lorraine talk show on Tuesday, the 41-year-old actress was inevitably asked about her relationship with the her Titanic co-star, and confessed it never turned romantic. 

“I think for Leo and I, it was seven months of very intense work,” she said of working with the 42-year-old actor on the 1997 blockbuster. “We were both really very young.”

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Winslet went on to credit their longtime friendship to the fact that they never developed crushes on one another. “Luckily, and this is the fortunate thing, we never fancied each other,” she noted. “I know that’s really annoying to hear, sorry, but we really never did.”

That being said, she’s grateful for the relationship she does have with DiCaprio. “It did mean that we were just able to have this …we were able to tease each other and we still do,” she gushed. “It’s really amazing.”

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The onscreen duo have been inspiring friendship goals ever since they portrayed Jack and Rose in Titanic, and have supported one another during some big milestones in their careers. Just as DiCaprio was on hand when Winslet won both a Golden Globe and an Oscar in 2009, she was thrilled to watch her longtime friend win his first Academy Award last year for his role in The Revenant.

“The sense of good will behind Leo is the thing that’s touching me the most,” Winslet gushed to ET on the Oscars red carpet ahead of DiCaprio’s big win. “I mean, literally, people in the street go, ‘Hey Kate, you know it’s Leo’s year,’ and I’m like, ‘Hip, yeah! I think it really might be!'”