There's been much speculation over her possible new title, and today (June 29), confirmation came as the network announced Savannah Guthrie as Ann Curry's "Today Show" replacement.
Previously a staple of NBC's 9 a.m. hour, Guthrie will now join the anchor seat alongside long-time co-host Matt Lauer.
“In just a few short years Savannah has become a standout member of the news division as well as the ultimate team player," network president Steve Capus told in a press release.
While Savannah took over Curry's spot on Friday's show, her official first day on the job is Monday. Savannah will also continue her role as chief legal correspondent for NBC.
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