Hoda Kotb Officially Replaces Matt Lauer as 'TODAY' Show's Co-Anchor

NBC announced Tuesday morning that Hoda Kotb has officially been named co-anchor of the Today show. [She replaces Matt Lauer, who was fired from the network after allegations of sexual harassment.]

Kotb will join Savannah Guthrie on the 7 through 9 a.m. hours of the Today show, and will also continue to co-host the 10 a.m. hour with Kathie Lee Gifford.

"This has to be the most popular decision NBC News has ever made, and I am so thrilled," Savannah Guthrie said. "Hoda, you are a partner, and a friend, and a sister, and I am so happy to be doing this."

How do you feel about the big announcement?

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