Hoda Kotb sadly had to share some upsetting news with her social media followers on Friday when she announced she was mourning the loss of someone special. The Today show host took to Instagram with a photograph and a message which had her fans inundating her with prayers. Hoda revealed...
As if Hoda Kotb isn’t busy enough already, the Today show star recently unveiled a “secret project” she’s been working on — and it's super exciting. On Tuesday, the 57-year-old mother of two announced that she’s officially launching a new podcast called Making Space with Hoda Kotb. Standing at the Today Plaza in New York City, Hoda shared the thrilling news with fellow NBC stars Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Carson Daly and Craig Melvin.
Co-anchor at The Today Show, Hoda Kotb, is living her dream after adopting two children with her spouse and preparing for a third. Kotb, 57, shared intimate details about her journey to becoming a mother on People’s new podcast, “Me Becoming Mom.” One of her greatest fears throughout the process was sharing with her fiancé Joel Schiffman, 63, that she wanted to adopt children. She was afraid the idea would end their relationship.
Hoda Kotb left fans and viewers in tears after she shared the story of a US army veteran who became a TikTok star and is now raising money for other veterans. Kenny Jary, 79, found fame after his friend Amanda Kline got him on the social media site and they raised over $100,000 to buy him a new mobility scooter.
The Today Show studio beams into our houses every day, but what about the private residences of the likes of Al Roker, Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford?. Boasting features such as outdoor swimming pools, indoor gyms and massive kitchens, it's safe to say the houses are just as impressive as you expect. Take a peek inside the Today hosts' family houses that span from New York to Nashville...
Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager were feeling a little down on TODAY this week. They opened up how they received a message to go to a surprise shoot. They weren’t told what the surprise was and didn’t really want to go out on a Monday evening without knowing what they were going to.
"You didn't come from Mommy's tummy, you came from my heart." Hoda Kotb has already told her daughters they were adopted. The Today host shared the sweet way she explained it to Haley Joy, 4, and Hope Catherine, 2, with People's podcast "Me Becoming Mom." "I tell them they were...
Hoda Kotb is a much-loved TV star who is always cheering on her colleagues and famous guests on Today. But on Monday night, it was her time to shine as she was became a Matrix Award winner. The mom-of-two was honored at the annual Matrix Awards, an event that celebrates outstanding women in communications.
Hoda Kotb has shared the moment she broke down in tears on her fiance's chest after they decided to adopt children. The Today host, 57, and Joel Schiffman are parents to two daughters, and Hoda has now recalled how she first broached the subject with Joel, 63. WATCH: Hoda Kotb...
International Day of the Girl gave Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager a chance to speak to some of the women of tomorrow right here on the plaza Monday. But it wasn’t simply an interview — it was a true conversation. Not only did they ask these rising female leaders...
Page Six’s Carlos Greer completed an assignment for “Extra,” interviewing Hoda Kotb as she promoted her podcast “Making Space.”. Along with discussing her recent interview with Oprah Winfrey and Maria Shriver, Kotb opened up about possibly expanding her family with Joel Schiffman. She said, “We’re thinking about it.”. Kotb is...
Hoda Kotb says Sandra Bullock encouraged her to adopt her daughters. The ‘Today’ co-host became mother to Haley Joy, four, and Hope Catherine, two, via adoption, and has said it was Hollywood star Sandra who told her not to be “scared” about meeting her first daughter Haley for the first time.
Hoda Kotb is looking back on the tearful moment when she first shared she wanted to be a mother. The Today co-host, 57, appears on the first-ever episode of PEOPLE's new podcast Me Becoming Mom where she opens up about her journey to parenthood and shares the emotional story of when she realized she wanted children.
Today Show anchor Hoda Kotb joins host Zoë Ruderman to share everything about her road to motherhood and adopting two baby girls on the emotional premiere episode of PEOPLE's "Me Becoming Mom." Hoda talks about the cancer treatments that left her unable to conceive, a divorce that blindsided her and the revelation she had walking down the street that she was meant to be a mom. She opens up about how terrified she was to tell her relatively new boyfriend she wanted to adopt—and how she was willing to walk away from the relationship if he didn’t share her dream.
On Monday night, the beloved member of the TODAY family was honored at the annual Matrix Awards, an event that celebrates outstanding women in communications. And it also proved to be an event that allowed many people who know and love Hoda to share why she’s an ideal recipient of the award.
Hoda Kotb was the recipient of immense praise by her fans as she shared a special throwback video on her social media for a special occasion. The Today star posted a clip from the 2016 Olympics coverage in Rio de Janeiro, where she was seen interviewing the American gymnastics team.
Hoda Kotb has a sweet way of talking to her daughters about adoption. The Today co-host appears on the first-ever episode of PEOPLE's new podcast Me Becoming Mom, opening up about her road to parenthood and welcoming her daughters — daughters Hope Catherine, 2, and Haley Joy, 4 — via adoption.
"It's one of those things where you think you've done it all, you think you've felt it all. But I just didn't know that this kind of love existed." "It's funny because I thought I had the most perfect life, and then I realized after her I didn't. I realized that this is infinitely better. Every single day is infinitely better than before she came.
Today Show co-anchor Hoda Kotb shared a tribute to Jimmy Neary, the legendary New York City pub owner who died on Oct. 1 at age 91. During a segment on Today Thursday, Kotb mentioned that his Irish pub Neary's on Manhattan's East Side was Kathie Lee Gifford's favorite restaurant in the city. In her own tribute to Neary, Gifford said the world lost a "saint, but Heaven gained an angel."
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