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TODAY show viewers tuned in Friday morning to find Savannah Guthrie “filling in” as co-host for Ann Curry.
Guthrie, 40, has often substituted for the former co-host. So, it would seem that Guthrie’s appearance was just like any other day — except it wasn’t. On Thursday’s show, Curry, 55, tearfully announced her departure. And…
It clearly isn’t the biggest surprise that Savannah Guthrie is replacing recently ousted Ann Curry for the co-hosting gig on NBC’s TODAY as it has been assumed by the media for days. Nevertheless, NBC News officially made the announcement on Friday afternoon.
How did Guthrie get the gig?
Savannah Guthrie took over Ann Curry’s TODAY show chair on Friday, following the former co-host’s on-air announcement a day prior stating she would be leaving the NBC show after 15 years of service on program.
Guthrie, 40, began the show at the anchor table with Matt Lauer on her left and Al Roker…
After one year as the much-scrutinized co-host on NBC’s TODAY show, a choked up Ann Curry announced that Thursday would be her last day in the post.
“This is not easy to say, but today is going to be my last morning as a regular co-host of TODAY,” she revealed.
In a tearful segment, anchor Ann Curry confirmed on-air Thursday morning that she is leaving the TODAY show after a 15-year run.
“This is not easy to say, but today is going to be my last morning as a regular co-host of Today,” she revealed.
“I am so grateful,” Curry, 55,…
After much speculation that NBC was plotting Ann Curry’s exit from the Today show, the journalist says she will announce her departure on Thursday’s episode.
“[It’s] going to be a bit of a tough day,” Curry, 55, tells USA Today. “I’m going to have to tell our viewers. That’s what makes me more…
Natalie Morales may be the next Today show anchor to leave the top-rated morning show.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Morales, who’s been with the show since 2006, isn’t pleased that she may not be chosen to succeed Ann Curry.
“If Natalie’s passed over for the job, she’s going to…