- 'Today' Star Kathie Lee Gifford on Leaving Hoda Kotb and a "Million Memories" Behind
- Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb celebrate 9th anniversary and life-changing partnership
'Today' Star Kathie Lee Gifford on Leaving Hoda Kotb and a "Million Memories" Behind
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Break out the white wine! And mimosas! And matching red jumpsuits! On Friday morning, Kathie Lee Gifford said goodbye to the Today show and her beloved co-anchor, Hoda Kotb, in style—with her son, Cody, and Flo Rida who is not her son both present to help wish her farewell. You know—all the important people! Last December, Gifford tearfully announced her impending departure. She will be pursuing other projects, including film and music, as Jenna Bush Hager steps in as her replacement , as announced in February.
Kathie Lee Gifford is "thrilled" about the new addition to Hoda Kotb 's family. The former Today host and legendary television personality couldn't be happier for her longtime pal, who recently announced the exciting baby news on Tuesday morning. She's already bonding with her baby sister. Of Kotb's surprise baby news, Gifford says she had a feeling "it was coming," she just didn't know when. Since leaving Today in early April , after being there for more than a decade, Gifford is ready for the next chapter in her life.
Movies and music and so many wonderful things. And I need the time for them to do them properly. You want to get your story out before somebody else tries to tell your story in an inaccurate way. She reiterated the story on Wednesday. Say for a little longer? I always felt like sitting next to you was a master class in this broadcasting business. Because nobody — nobody, nobody — does it like you do it.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb celebrate 9th anniversary and life-changing partnership
When the announcement came in December that Kathie Lee Gifford would be raising her glass of Pinot Grigio for the last time on Today in April, she made it clear why she stayed on the show for 11 years., It's the end of an era -- and Kathie Lee Gifford is already getting emotional. In less than two weeks, Gifford will be saying her goodbyes to the Today show and her partner in crime of over a decade, Hoda Kotb.