Baby Alarm At The Today Show

Posted: Sep 29 2014, 8:21am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 29 2014, 8:25am CDT, in News | Latest TV News

 
Baby Alarm at The Today Show
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Savannah Guthrie brought her baby daughter to the Today Show this morning. Watch the hosts freak out over the cuteness.

Savannah Guthrie brought her 7 weeks old baby to the Today Show. The whole thing was set up as a surprise. The hosts had to guess who it might be. The only clue the got was: "This guest has met many of the TODAY anchors but has never been live on the show." Answers ranged from Mark Zuckerberg to Derek Jeter. The awws went out of control when Savannah Guthrie came in with Baby Vale.

Matt Lauer was first to hold baby Vale. All Today hosts including Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb and Lester Holt were overjoyed to meet baby Vale. Watch the baby alarm at the Today Show from this morning below.

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The Twitter opinion is mixed about the baby alarm. Some say that the show over did it. Other just love babies anyway.

Savannah Guthrie also has a great post-pregnancy beauty tip. Wear black. Savannah Guthrie will be back at the Today Show on November 3.

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