The Early Show

  • 1999

A morning mixture of news, features and weather, telecast from a Manhattan studio across from Central Park. The launch of `The Early Show' in 1999 marked Bryant Gumbel's return to the morning wars in a ratings battle against his old program, NBC's `Today,' as well as ABC's `Good Morning America.' With the exits of Gumbel, co-anchor Jane Clayson and weat (more…)

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Natasha Bedingfield sings her hit, "Unwritten"

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Erica Hill chats with Grammy nominated singer-songwriter, Natasha Bedingfield about the excitement surrounding the royal wedding. Then, Bedingfield performs her hit single, "Unwritten."

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