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Savannah delivered a healthy baby girl, her first child with husband Michael Feldman, in a New York City hospital.
'We set the wedding date, I bought my dress, and then I found out,' the 42-year-old said of her fateful year.
The 'Today' anchor responds to Franco's statement that he once was called out on the morning show for his selfies, insisting, 'I was just observing that he posted a lot of selfies.'
Guthrie is engaged to her boyfriend of four years, political consultant Mike Feldman, who reveals that the wedding will be held 'as soon as possible.'
Guthrie allegedly gives middle finger to her co-host, but she says, 'Folks!! That was my INDEX finger!' on Twitter.
Angie Bowie claims the 'Space Oddity' rocker has wild sexual habits that, at one point, caused them to almost late to their wedding, in addition to trash-talking his new album 'The Next Day'.
A picture of Harry's new body art is shared by London-based tattoo artist Liam Sparkes, who inked the butterfly image on the One Direction member's torso.
Kirk is getting lectured by Pike for not following the rules, but the Rear Admiral still has high hopes for the commanding officer of the Starship Enterprise.
In a TV interview with Savannah Guthrie, the former 'Mary Tyler Moore Show' star says she keeps herself 'open to miracles' after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
The NBC's chief legal analyst sat down with Matt Lauer on Friday, June 29 broadcast to fill in for Curry who made a teary departure announcement a day earlier.
At almost the same time his third album is revealed to bow at No. 1 on Billboard 200, it is confirmed that 'As As Long as You Love Me' will be released as the official follow-up to 'Boyfriend'.
'Black Magic' features Rick Ross and Meek Mill rapping in an empty warehouse, while 'Power Circle' compiles real footage from Rozay's birthday bash and the Maybach Music Group concert.
Curry, meanwhile, will stay on NBC News and take a 'substantial' role although she will leave her co-hosting post on the morning program.
NBC and the morning show's team reportedly are weighing on the option to replace her with either Ann Curry, Natalie Morales, Savannah Guthrie or Erin Burnett.