Savannah Guthrie from 'Today' Accidentally Wore Her Dress Backward before Going On-Air
On-air personality Savannah Guthrie made a fashion blunder only to notice toward the end of the show.
The Australian born is noted for her keeping to time, and her studio audience is aware of how early she gets out of bed daily.
However, during a recent episode of the "Today" show, the co-host, began her day a little earlier, and along the line, accidentally wore the wrong side of her dress.
It would have gone unnoticed if her colleague on the show, Hoda Kotb, didn't bring her attention to the incident. he onscreen personality poured out her feelings on her Twitter page after she spotted her mistake. She wrote:
"Put my dress on my backwards and didn't notice till too late to change, so now I'm like [chocking sound]"
No one else was able to spot the mistake, and "Today" took to their handle to voice out that no one in the studio paid attention to the error in the dress.
Savannah's early morning rise was different today, all thanks to her loyalty for tennis champ, Roger Federer, who's also her buddy.
Her blunt personality on the show and "weird" sense of humor makes her loved by many and the perfect co-host!
In a bid to support her sports star friend, the anchor rose as early as 3:30 am to watch his game in the Australian Open.
Put my dress on my backwards and didn’t notice til too late to change so now I’m like [choking sound] pic.twitter.com/DZZNlxpUJe— Savannah Guthrie (@SavannahGuthrie) January 30, 2020
Being a friend indeed caused her to garner sympathy from some fans and also a few laughs. However, Al Roker, a meteorologist employed a joke on his show by wearing his jacket backwards and saying:
"I was up watching all the weather maps."
For the Aussie native, she has an outstanding number of fans on her show and social media. With her astute dedication and skill, she has managed to remain on the "Today" show for more than five years.
Although her journey began as a legal correspondent, having studied law at Georgetown University, and a love for reporting, she ventured into the media business.
With a degree in journalism, it is right to think that T.V. was her calling. Her other talents include playing the guitar and tennis which she effortlessly did in her early years.
She is a proud mother of two and is currently enjoying her second marriage to Mike Feldman, whom she married in 2013.
Whether or not Savannah had a wardrobe malfunction, her blunt personality on the show and "weird" sense of humor makes her loved by many and the perfect co-host!