Savannah Guthrie Hosts ‘Today’

    CORRECTS TO CURRY WILL ANNOUNCE HER DEPARTURE, NOT HAS ANNOUNCED HER DEPARTURE -FILE - In a Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011 file photo provided by NBC,  "Today" show co-host Savannah Guthrie appears on the set during a broadcast, in New York. Guthrie is expected to replace Ann Curry  as “Today” show co-host. Curry is expected to officially make her exit from NBC's "Today" show after one year as co-host. She told USA Today she would announce her departure Thursday, June 28, 2012.  (AP Photo/NBC, Peter Kramer, File)

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    That was quick. Just 11 days after Ann Curry’s tearful goodbye to Today viewers, veteran reporter Savannah Guthrie was introduced as the show’s new co-host Monday. “It truly is a new day around here ... I’m pleased to be sharing this new day with Savannah Guthrie, who after several years of playing a great role on this program, takes a step forward this morning and joins us as co-anchor of Today,” co-host Matt Lauer told viewers. “You bring a great attitude and what we like to call a weird sense of humor to this program, so we’re all very happy to have you.” Guthrie responded by thanking Lauer and joking, “It’s 7:02 and he’s already calling me weird!”

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