"I'm glad my kids don't have the stressed, anxious and insecure 30-year-old version of me," Savannah Guthrie said of being an older mom.
"We're trading places," Savannah said at the start of Monday's show. "I'm working from home. You're back in the studio. You have a negative test for COVID. I just tested positive for COVID, so here we go."
Monday's "Today" centered around a tribute to the co-anchor, who marked a decade since her debut on the morning show. She received an on-air surprise from her husband and kids.
The "Ellen DeGeneres Show" host said the toxic workplace allegations and ratings slide were not factors in her decision, noting that if she was still "having fun, I would do this show with nobody watching."
"We really loved each other," Jean said of her husband of 30 years. "We really loved being in life together."
Mike Richards stole the hearts and minds of 'Jeopardy!' fans everywhere after only one night hosting, with many already wanting him to become full-time host.
Some viewers took to Twitter after the host made them suddenly feel very old when introducing the Goo Goo Dolls.
Savannah Guthrie told the New York Times that her viral remark was a surprise, even to herself.
Trump told Guthrie he wasn't sure he was tested at all before the first presidential debate, despite organizers saying that all attendees would have to test negative
The "Today" co-anchor is undergoing cataract surgery, which she hopes is the final phase of restoring her vision after suffering a retina detachment last year.
Robin Roberts, Gayle King and other morning TV hosts are working from home, just like the rest of us, during the coronavirus pandemic.
The anchor worked remotely last month out of an abundance of caution after coming down with a mild sore throat and runny nose
The "TODAY" anchor became overwhelmed with emotion after an interview on TODAY Friday with New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees about how the pandemic has ravaged the Crescent City.
Andy Cohen, who tested positive for the coronavirus, thanked "the medical professionals who are working tirelessly for all of us."
Savannah Guthrie decided to anchor from her home after coming down with a “mild sore throat and runny nose"
NBC announced on Monday that an employee on the 9 a.m. hour of Today had tested positive for the virus
The "Today" show host was hit in the eye by one of her 3-year-old's sharp toy trains, leading to retinal detachment surgery.