Hoda hit up MetLife Stadium over the weekend to catch the Giants-Saints game. Problem is, she showed up to the Giants house in a New Orleans jersey. KLG: Hoda ruined the game for everybody on Sunday. HK: I embraced all fans. I wore my Saints jersey, I did.
Magic Johnson and Larry Bird. Coke and Pepsi. Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. The greatest rivalry of the millennial generation Swift vs. Perry has reached critical mass when Perry, during a Twitter Q&A session with fans said she would work/collaborate with Swift if the "Bad Blood" singer would say sorry.
We're going to miss the summer! The natural highlights, the fruity drinks and the seemingly endless sunshine are our favorite parts. HK: I'm going to miss the sun, the drinks, the waves. Just the happy feeling people seem to have. Oh, and the longer days. All of it!
Anthony Weiner snapped a photo of his junk. And then Huma took out the trash. The disgraced former congressman was caught sexting. Again. Only this time instead of just sending pervy photos of himself, he also included his toddler son in the shots. Huma Abedin, Weiner's wife and top Hillary Clinton aide, announced the couple's separation.
We we're really excited to have the "Final Five" on our show this week. Hoda saw them a bunch in Rio while she was out covering the Olympics. And KLG has known Gabby Douglas and her mom for awhile.
Bikinis, booze and binders full of notes - yup, Hoda's in Rio getting ready to host NBC's coverage of the 2016 Olympics with her pals Meredith Vieira and Matt Lauer . Right now, the trio are rehearsing to host the Opening Ceremony which airs Friday at 8 p.m.
Everyone's favorite Champagne-swilling duo Patsy and Eddy (played by Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley) are back in a big screen adaptation of the cult British comedy "Absolutely Fabulous." (As two friends who drink a lot, we feel like we've heard this before.)
Look, it's been a minute since we were 18 years old - we know! - but we were reminded of the milestone this week since First Daughter Malia Obama celebrated her big birthday with her dad on July 4. HK: I think it was good, when you're 18, not to know the odds of things.
Even her burps are epic. Superstar Adele was performing at the Glastonbury Festival in England when a belch escaped while she was on stage. "Oh, my God, I just burped," she laughed, blaming the belch on a "dirty burger" she had eaten.
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