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Today’s Savannah Guthrie calls out awkward technical difficulty live on air as she struggles to introduce 20 guests

Today’s Savannah Guthrie calls out awkward technical difficulty live on air as she struggles to introduce 20 guests

TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie has called out an awkward technical difficulty during a live blunder.

Savannah, 50, was about to commence her Thanksgiving segment when the mishap occurred on November 17th. 

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NBCThe voice of Savannah Guthrie had an echoing effect[/caption]

The broadcaster was surrounded by 17 chefs, with guest Martha Stewart, 81, and her co-hosts, including Hoda Kotb, 58.

The voice of the Today host echoed across the room as she said: “We have so much to learn. 

“We’re going to put it up on our website. But…wow…”

The NBC star interrupted and turned to her co-host Carson Daly, 49. 

She pointed out: “Did you hear all that echo?”

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While Savannah fixed her mic, Carson continued the segment for her: “We’re going to take a second and expand.”

‘ALARM’S GOING OFF’

This is not the only blunder that happened during Thursday’s episode. 

Savannah introduced the following segment about how to save money while shopping for Thanksgiving food.


She sat on the couch with co-hosts Hoda and Craig Melvin, along with correspondent Vicky Nguyen.

A bit of chaos ensued when everyone finished thanking Vicky for sharing her money-saving tips.

 A strange sound started going off nearby.

Vicky noted: “Alarm’s going off…”

Craig attempted to finish his closing monologue about how viewers would be able to find more Thanksgiving tips on their Today website.

Savannah seemed distracted and looked a bit nervous as she started wondering aloud: “Does everybody hear the siren and the alarm going off?”

Hoda tried to calm her co-star and said: “If y’all hear it, don’t be alarmed.”

Craig jumped in and said in a more confident tone: “We’re fine!”

Savannah assured herself: “We’re probably fine…” as Dylan Dreyer updated viewers on the weather forecast.

She then theorized what the alarm was about and assumed: “I’m sure a turkey is just burning somewhere.” 

Carson revealed his chef wife, Siri, had accidentally burned some pine nuts while preparing for the on-air kitchen segment.

RETURN TO MORNING SHOW

This was Carson’s first day back on the show after being a week away.

Although fans were not given a reason for his multi-day absence, viewers speculated he had a scheduling conflict with his other work obligation.

He is also the host of The Voice, which had live episodes on during the past week.

The Voice films the music competition in California, while Today records its morning segments in New York.

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The two-part finale of The Voice will air on December 12 and 13.

Viewers have already guessed Carson will likely be absent from Today early next week.

NBCCarson Daly returned to the show after being absent for two weeks[/caption]

GettySavannah pictured with The Today Show cast[/caption]

NBCSavannah Guthrie posed with Hoda Kotb on the morning desk[/caption]

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