Jenna Bush Hager and Savannah Guthrie Showcase Their Dance Moves for 'GetFitTODAY' challenge
Jenna Bush Hager and Savannah Guthrie wowed their audience with their dance moves for "GetFitTODAY." They showed they could give professional dancers a run for their money with their dance moves on the "Today" show.
The anchors fulfilled their "GetFitToday" challenge and a new year resolution at the same time. The duo performed a cardio dance routine at "The Plaza."
They dressed in an all-black ensemble, and their shirts had their initials. Also, they had on sneakers, and the two blonde ladies had their hair held back.
They performed the routine effortlessly and had fun doing it. The television personalities are on a journey to stay fit, and they employed a health expert to help them achieve their goal.
Tracy Gunderson, a celebrity trainer, choreographed the dance move, and she thinks they killed it. The trainer told "Today" that Hager and Guthrie saw it as a challenge and believed they could pull it off, adding that they did it with a lot of positive energy and joy.
Their effort was cheered by a live audience, and towards the end of the dance, they were joined by a flash mob, making it more memorable. Willie Geist commending their effort said after the performance:
"You killed it, Ladies."
The duo also got a lot of love from their fans after the show posted a video of the dance on their Twitter page. One comment read:
"This was adorable and impressive; loved it."
While another wrote:
"Congratulations Jenna and Savannah; you ladies rock. Awesome job!"
Others read: "You even had me moving with you," "I love it," and "Awesome."
The 37-year-old is also a former first daughter, and before becoming a journalist, she worked as a teacher. She is married to Henry Hager and has two lovely daughters.
Guthrie, on the other hand, became a broadcast journalist in 1993, and her career has climbed since then. In 2011, the Australian born TV personality joined the show's "Third Hour" as a co-host.
The 47-year-old is also a legal counsel — she passed the Arizona Bar in 2002 — and serves as the show's legal analyst. She was married to Mark Orchard, and since their marriage got dissolved in 2009, she has remained single, choosing to focus on her job.