However, Rob threw in his two cents anyway, saying:
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Now this would be inneresting…
While the conservative seems to be a bold choice to replace the show's uncontroversial cohost Savannah Guthrie, sources claim the network has a grand scheme to shake things up. Execs are allegedly using Savannah's current maternity leave status as way to eventually push her out of the coveted role.
An insider explained:
Heads up, Katie Couric is back and better than ever!
If you're a fan of daytime television and all the unnecessary behind-the-scenes drama that comes with it, then you're probably aware that it's been over a decade since Katie left The TODAY Show for CBS Evening News (which she's no longer at either, btw).
However, you may not be aware the former NBC anchor is currently filling in for Savannah Guthrie opposite Matt Lauer this week — and Day 2 of her TODAY return is head and shoulders above her debut on Monday… or should we say "below"?
That's because Katie interviewed certified yogi/Alec Baldwin's better half Hilaria Baldwin about her new book The Living Clearly Method on Tuesday, which meant she obviously had to partake in some yoga poses.
Except, we weren't expecting the 59-year-old journalism legend to
Rest in peace, John Glenn.
As you may have heard, the astronaut and senator passed away on Thursday at the age of 95 after his most recent hospitalization at the James Cancer Center at Ohio State University in Columbus.
Shortly after the sad news broke, many celebrities and public figures took to Twitter to share their condolences.
Take a look a look at some of the tributes to the legendary spaceman (below):
We just lost a journalism great.
On Monday, Gwen Ifill tragically lost her battle with cancer, and passed away at the age of 61. The iconic anchor died at a hospice in Washington, surrounded by loved ones.
Gwen took over Washington Week in Review in 1999, and officially became the first African-American woman to host a major political talk show on television.
Over the course of her career, Ifill covered seven presidential campaigns. In 2013, she became the cohost for PBS' NewsHour. In addition to her television career, she also served as a national political reporter for The Washington Post and the White House correspondent for The New York Times.
NewsHour heartbreakingly announced their co-anchor's death. The show's executive producer, Sara Just, remembered her colleague, saying:
What a response!
Netflix's hit docuseries Making a Murderer seems to have EVERYONE binge-watching and following the story of Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey, who were accused of murdering Teresa Halbach in 2005.
With enough twists and turns to make you a bit queasy, we weren't the only ones enthralled by the controversial documentary.
Ch-ch-check out the best celeb reactions on Twitter (below):
We can't even begin to express our heartbreak over the tragic situation in Paris.
Similarly to ourselves, many celebrities are horrified and sickened by the senseless terrorist attack.
Take a look at the heartsick and supportive tweets (below):