TODAY fans are demanding the show fire Savannah Guthrie after “snapping at and interrupting” her co-host Hoda Kotb amid their ongoing feud.
Fans have been following the tension between the co-hosts on the morning news and talk show.
Since then, fans have been calling for Savannah to be fired from the show amid her various blunders on television.
One fan took to Twitter to angrily post: “Fire Savannah Guthrie!”
Another shared: “I’m so sick of Savannah Guthrie being rude, loud, always interrupting and talking over everyone. Love everyone on the show but she needs to GO!”
A third Savannah wrote: “Give her the pink slip.”
A fourth said Savannah is “ruining the show.”
Yesterday, fans roasted Savannah for talking over her co-host Carson Daly amid her backlash.
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On Friday’s episode of the daytime talk show, Carson Daly gave an inside look at the new Game of Thrones spin-off, House of the Dragon.
The television personality delivered an opening statement while the official trailer for the new series played on the screen.
But as the clip neared the end, Savannah could be heard speaking in the background.
“Am I going to get in trouble?” she asked while laughing.
After the teaser video ended, the hosts then discussed the proper pronunciation of the name “Targaryan” from the series, before Carson gave his final promo monologue for the new show.
“Mark your calendars, this one is slated to hit HBO Max on August 21-,” he began but was bluntly cut off while delivering the date by Savannah.
“Wait, Dylan’s doing instant fact checks for all of Popstart!” she exclaimed, as Carson was unable to finish his lines.
He shot the camera a frustrated look before they switched back to show the entire cast seated on the couch.
Fans were shocked by Savannah’s behavior, and they raced to Twitter to slam her for the shameless interruption.
“@TODAYshow Does Savannah have to interrupt all the time?” one asked.
“@TODAYshow Please stop talking over each other, that behavior makes it hard to hear parts of the actual story when everyone talks or in some cases almost shouts to make your quip heard over everyone else,” a second pleaded.
A third remarked: “Since Hoda is the reason people watch this show and you can’t get along it’s time for you to be fired.”
On July 15, Guthrie and Kotb appeared to have an awkward moment on air during a cooking segment.
The pair teamed up alongside cookbook author Elizabeth Heiskell.
While the female hosts attempted to help in the kitchen, both Al Roker and Craig Melvin sat at a table along with three Yankees players Gerrit Cole, Jose Trevino, and Anthony Rizzo.
They were invited to try some of the food on-camera.
But fans claimed the segment turned awkward.
As the chef was speaking and Savannah was mixing a salad, Hoda walked over to the table and asked: “Wait – are we done?”
Savannah replied: “Yea that’s it. Moving on. We’ll just move on, we don’t have time for all that.”
Viewers could hear Hoda nervously laughing in the background as a close-up of the camera showed Savannah continuing to mix the salad.
Later, Savannah posted on Instagram sharing an image of the phrase “I’m Not Sorry” which was inside a picture frame.
She included the account of Today contributor Siri Daly in the post.
Daly is the author of the book Siriously Delicious: 100 Nutritious (and Not So Nutritious) Simple Recipes for the Real Home Cook.
END IS NEAR?
Fans have predicted that either Savannah or Hoda Kotb will soon be axed from The Today Show amid their alleged on and off-screen drama.
Viewers have spotted a major clue as to why one of the TV personalities may be soon, as well as which one leaving they think it will be.
The Sun exclusively revealed last month that co-hosts Hoda and Savannah reportedly are feuding behind the scenes.
Since then, the duo has barely had any time on-air together.
Though they reunited last week on the Today Showfans have become concerned that the two are now once again taking turns on the morning program.
After Savannah was absent from the show earlier this week, she was on during Thursday’s broadcast, but Hoda was not.
An insider close to production on the Today show told The Sun: “Savannah is the boss. After Matt Lauer was ousted, Savannah grabbed power, and she really wanted Willy Geist in Hoda’s role, but his ratings were just not up to par for the network.
“Hoda out maneuvered Savannah and got the spot.”
The source claimed that Savannah “thinks of herself as a real news person,” while Hoda is viewed as a “lightweight.”