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(Photo by Charles Eshelman/Film Magic)NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 23: Actress Kathie Lee Gifford, Frank Gifford and TV Personality Hoda Kotb attend the American Cancer Society's 2010 'Mother of the Year' award luncheon at The Pierre Hotel on February 23, 2010 in New York City.(Photo by Ben Hider/Getty Images) There was definitely not a dry eye in the studio, and some of her co-anchors even started tearing up!She went to Virginia Tech in the year 1986 for her Bachelor's degree.She graduated from Virginia Tech in broadcast journalism.is an American news anchor and television host, journalist, and author. She has also been a correspondent for Dateline NBC since 1998.
The anchor called into the "Today" show on Tuesday morning to reveal that she has adopted an adorable girl named Haley Joy."She's a Valentine's baby so she's a little nugget," Hoda said. "Kotb shared a photo of her holding her bundle of joy with viewers, and she was so overwhelmed with emotion that she began to cry as she explained:"That little girl Haley Joy is my daughter."In the adorable snapshot, the 52-year-old mother is smiling from ear to ear as she's holding her sleeping kiddo.
She has also appeared in Martina Mc Bride's music video for "I'm Gonna Love You Through It." In 2016, Kotb released her third book, Where They Belong: The Best Decisions People Almost Never Made, which features a selection of various stories of inspiring people who "found themselves" in completely unexpected moments or unforeseen circumstances.
In 2005, Kotb married former University of New Orleans tennis coach Burzis Kanga.
She also is the Co-host of the Kathie Lee and Hoda show, the fourth hour of NBC Today, with Kathie Lee Gifford. 'Hoda, someone's at the door for yooooouuuu...' Oh, Lord. Beginning in March 2017, Kotb was added as a third co-anchor of Today (although she wasn't present for the first half-hour.) After Lauer was dismissed following accusations of sexual misconduct, Kotb joined Guthrie as interim co-host for the first two hours of the show, and on January 2, 2018, she was named the official co-host, creating the first female duo for the show, departing from the long-time pattern of a mixed gender pair.
She also was a correspondent for the television news magazine program Dateline NBC. Kotb and her family lived in Egypt for a year, as well as in Nigeria. Her mother, Sameha ("Sami"), works at the Library of Congress. Kotb wrote a New York Times Bestselling autobiography, Hoda: How I Survived War Zones, Bad Hair, Cancer, and Kathie Lee, which was released in hardcover in October 2010.