Here's a rundown of the top stories from today's show:
Berman says their song, "What Makes You Beautiful," is deeply and profoundly touching to anyone who hears it.
Well, maybe not everyone. He says he may be exaggerating a tiny bit because photos posted on Reddit, apparently of fathers who have been taken to a One Direction concert, beg to differ.
“Let's just say they are exerting themselves in ways they probably never imagined,” Berman empathizes. "The pain looks excruciating.”
So Berman has a special award to give these fathers, the "What Makes You Beautiful Award."
And he means it, seriously and without irony.
“It takes a special sort of man to take his kid to see a boy band," Berman says. "And your children, they will remember it forever. Or at least for most of the ride home.”
Some good news for Paula Deen in the case that brought down her multi-million dollar empire. The embattled TV chef has been cleared of the racial discrimination claims filed in a lawsuit by a former employee, CNN's Michaela Pereira reports.
On Monday, a judge ruled that a former manager of Deen's Savannah restaurant could not be the victim of racial discrimination targeting African-American employees because she is white. They wrote "at best," the paintiff is an accidental victim of the alleged racial discrimination. (WATCH VIDEO)