It's not just your Facebook friends. It seems the whole country — including a lot of Hollywood stars — is keyed up about this solar eclipse.
Former Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon on Today never quite said it, but it sounded like she may be laying the groundwork for a run for New York governor.
On "Today," Elmo and Abby Cadabby from "Sesame Street" dropped by to introduce to the world the newest character, Rudy, Abby’s new stepbrother. He’ll first appear on the show on Aug. 5.
On “Today,” a segment about things that people will forget about in 10 years — like VHS tapes and checking movie times in newspapers — led to co-host Jenna Bush looking back fondly on her days of making prank calls.
Co-hosting the third hour of “Today” on Monday, Taye Diggs got the chance to explain his Instagram post where he wears a T-shirt, socks, and nothing else.
Running can be addictive. Training for long-distance races (half-marathons, marathons, ultra-marathons) can be all-consuming, exhausting, and demoralizing — and at the same entirely invigorating. Not surprisingly, plenty of celebrities have been bit by the racing bug. Whether they participate in runs for health reasons, for the joy of it, or for charity, they all know you have to commit to train and ultimately finish a race.
Alicia Keys joined the "Today" show and helped explain the no-makeup movement she inadvertently started when she quit wearing makeup a few months ago. Then she helped host Tamron Hall take hers off — applauding how good she looked.
On Today, Al Roker and Billy Bush struck a more conciliatory tone when discussing the heated argument they had Friday about Olympian Ryan Lochte.
On Friday, Matt Lauer and Al Roker went clothes shopping with Brazilian supermodels Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio and let the women pick their clothes. Lima asked if Lauer and Roker were daring enough to try on speedos, which they didn’t immediately shoot down. Roker and Lauer disappeared into their changing rooms and re-emerged wearing their new shorts and Brazil t-shirts.
Camila Alves, Brazilian-American model and designer, stopped by the 'Today' set in Rio where she helped the crew brush up on their Portuguese.