TODAY’S Savannah Guthrie has skipped out on her duties on the morning show after working through the holiday.
The 50-year-old was missing from her seat behind the news desk during Tuesday morning’s broadcast.
Today showSavannah Guthrie skipped out on her duties on The Today Show on Tuesday[/caption]
TodaySavannah spent the week prior reporting on the Thanksgiving festivities[/caption]
She also wasn’t with the group for The Today Show‘s daily Pop Start segment, which NBC news correspondent, Jacob Soboroff, reported.
The remaining hosts huddled together on a white couch inside Studio 1A throughout the segment.
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Savannah’s absence comes after she spent the entire Thanksgiving week reporting on the holiday festivities.
On Wednesday, the mom-of-two showed her excitement for the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade by dancing to a live marching band inside the studio.
Ahead of the 96th parade, The Today Show looked at what it takes to bring the epic event to life.
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The Marching Mizzou and its cheerleaders then treated viewers to a performance across the plaza.
As the band started playing, the cheerleaders marched through the studio.
Savannah and Hoda clapped their hands in the air to the music.
They were joined by Sheinelle, Craig, and Dylan, who also got involved in the dance.
The band then marched through the control room and surrounded the dancing co-hosts in the studio.
The following day, Savannah and Hoda took to the streets to report on the parade, including conducting early morning interviews with participants and event organizers.
The duo then followed the parade route from their seats, where they detailed the festive floats and massive balloons.
The hosts finally settled home with their families over the weekend as Savannah was already preparing for Christmas with her little ones.
On Saturday, the TV personality shared photos of her kids, Vale, eight, and Charles, five, decorating the large spruce.
She zoomed in on several ornaments handcrafted by her children that were extra special to the proud mom.
The ornaments were made of paper and had a string attached to them.
Vale made one that read: “Always listen and be kind, love Vale,” except she spelled always as “Aluase.”
The kids also drew a photo of stick figures and wrote everyone’s name next to it with arrows.
Savannah shares her children with her husband, Michael Feldman.
Today showCraig Melvin and Sheinelle Jones filled in for Savannah alongside Hoda Kotb[/caption]
Today showDylan Dreyer also joined the group as she’s been pulling double duty while Al Roker is recovering from health issues[/caption]
Today showSavannah and Hoda spent Thanksgiving morning reporting on the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade[/caption]