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The former 'Today' co-anchor is said being considered to join Rosie O'Donnell and Whoopi Goldberg as a co-host on the ABC talk show.
Curry was rescued by a group of Boy Scouts after she fell and broke her ankle during hiking in New York's Harriman State Park.
According to New York Times reporter Brian Stelter's upcoming book, former 'Today' executive producer Jim Bell called the plan to fire Curry 'Operation Bambi.'
The Mississippi rapper reveals the clip to his track off upcoming 'King Remembered In Time' mixtape.
Though Curry wasn't his first choice to replace Meredith Vieira, Lauer's reportedly tried to convince his bosses to give her more time before she was pushed into a reduced role.
The band will perform their new single on ABC's 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' annual TV special.
The Material Girl comes under fire from Patricia Field for allegedly ripping off her 'Vogue' snap back for tour merchandise.
Reportedly receving constant harassment regarding the departure of Curry, Lauer is said to be wanting to have lunch together with the former 'Today' co-host to rebuild his image.
Jim Bell says it's his call, not Lauer's, to replace Curry on the NBC morning program, and calls story that claims Lauer's difficult to work with 'is patently false.'
Without mentioning any of his co-hosts, the 'Today' weatherman talks about one of their traditions, 'which is to throw one of us under the bus.'
Robert Greenblatt believed that every show has made some transitions in order to stay on top and Curry happened to suffer from the casualty.
The anti-gay group claims the Ryan Murphy-created comedy is 'damaging to our culture,' and blasts NBC for 'using public airwaves to continue to subject families to the decay of morals and value.'
Curry will co-host Friday, July 20 as well as the Saturday and Sunday editions of the show with Savannah Guthrie.
Curry bids farewell to 'Today' audience on Thursday, June 28 morning, tearfully saying, 'I'm sorry I couldn't carry the ball over the finish line, but man I did try.'
The band celebrate the life of The Masque club's owner Brendan Mullen, who helped pave a way for them, in the clip by taking part in a jazz funeral.