Jenna Bush Hager: 'Today' Co-Host Stuns Fans with Her Curvaceous Figure on Halloween Episode
Jenna Bush Hager stunned her fans with her Halloween costume, mostly because it showed off her curvaceous figure.
Jenna Bush Hager had a surprise appearance on Thursday's Halloween airing of the "Today Show." The former First Daughter showed up in a light pink outfit that put her curvaceous figure on display, a retro wig from the '80s, and heels.
A tweet on the NBC show's Twitter account revealed that Hager dressed up as "Baby," the character portrayed by Jennifer Grey in the '89 dance movie, "Dirty Dancing." She teamed with her co-anchor, William Geist, who dressed as Patrick Swayze's character, "Johnny."
The mom-of-three and Geist performed the dance routine from the movie's last scene, but rather than lift Hager, as Swayze lifted Grey in an iconic movie, the male anchor substituted with a female baby-looking mannequin.
Fans of the former First Daughter loved her look, and the fact that she showed up for the "Everybody Dance Today" episode.
One Twitter user complimenting the TV host wrote,
"It took me a minute to recognize @JennerBushHager in this wig. Great work!"
Another fan tweeted,
"Watching you this morning. Glad to see you back. I really admire your character; [it's] so genuine. You are a beautiful soul."
Watching you this morning. Glad to see you back. I really admire your character, so genuine. You are a beautiful soul.— Hugs For Pugs (@GailBoyce4) October 31, 2019
Hager's return to the morning show was strictly for the Halloween episode. She happily informed her co-hosts,
"I left my baby to be here with [all of you] because I love Halloween."
The TV host has been on maternity leave since she gave birth to her son, Henry Harold "Hal" Hager, on August 2nd. The little boy is the Texas native's third child with her husband, Henry Hager; they share daughters, Mila, and Poppy.
In an Instagram post at the time, Hager welcomed her son to the world and wrote in the caption amid other things that her family has never been sweeter. The TV host is all about the kinship of family, and it served as a considerable influence in her choice to write children's books.
The author co-wrote, "Sisters First" with her twin sister, Barbara Bush, and aside from hosting the "Today Show" and writing, the TV host is the editor-at-large for Southern Living Magazine. She has also worked with UNICEF and the United Nations Children's fund.
Hager co-hosts the "Fourth Hour" of the "The Show" with Hoda Kotb, and she will return fully on November 11th.