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Originally posted 08/21/2013 05:00PM
Originally posted 07/12/2012 11:00AM
Apparently all the buzz about fresh faces on the American Idol judges' panel is not premature.
Jennifer Lopez, who's been on the show for two seasons, appeared on Thursday's Today show and said that when it comes to doing a third season, "I am thinking that it's time for me to go."
But leaving the Fox show, which crowned Phillip Phillips the season 11 winner in May, won't be easy for Lopez, who, besides being mom to 4-year-old twins Max and Emme, is currently on tour with Enrique Iglesias and stars in the new animated movie Ice Age 3: Continental Drift.
Originally posted 06/21/2012 03:35PM
Is Ann Curry leaving the Today show?
According to a The New York Times report (citing unidentified parties involved in the negotiations), Matt Lauer's latest co-host may soon find herself off the popular morning show and into a new job at the network as a foreign correspondent.
An official announcement is reportedly expected before the start of the summer Olympics next month.
Originally posted 10/21/2011 04:15PM
Natalie Morales, co-host of the TODAY show, recently adopted a rescue dog named Zara. After a considerable amount of time spent without a dog at home (though two cats have kept the journalist, her husband and two young sons company), Morales has been reacquainting herself with the life canine.
While training the young pup comes with its challenges, Morales has reason to be patient with Zara. The look in her grateful dog's eyes is enough to forget even the biggest accidents.
What are your stories of getting to know your new pets? Let Natalie know in the comments below.
Originally posted 09/23/2011 06:00PM
As news anchor and cohost of the Today show, Natalie Morales has a job full of surprises. But the biggest one of all came this week, when she walked into a backstage production area and met a dog named Zara.
"Zara, she picked me," Morales tells PEOPLE. "I was playing with her and petting her, and she was so good with me already. I think she sort of said, 'Hey, I'm coming home with you.'"
Zara had come to Today with North Shore Animal League America to participate in a segment about pet safety and travel. The 1-year-old "muttigree" with a little spaniel and a little Lab had been rescued from a kill shelter in Georgia, and having already been trained, she showed off some tricks when she got to the studio.
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