Hoda Kotb has an exciting new gig!
Earlier today, SiriusXM announced the 50-year-old star will host a live, one-hour radio show twice a week on the broadcasting company's exclusive channel 'Today Show Radio.'
"I am so excited to peel off my Spanx, wipe the shellac we call makeup off my face, get in my fat pants, and… gab on my new SiriusXM show," Hoda said on Thursday, Feb. 19. "Let's let it all hang out!"
Hoda at the SiriusXM studios on Feb. 18, 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
On 'The Hoda Show' — which will air Monday and Wednesday afternoons starting on Feb. 23 — the 'Today' host will discuss "water cooler" topics, including the latest on her favorite TV shows, dating, health and beauty.
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She also plans to share personal anecdotes, take calls from listeners and speak with celebrity guests on the new program.
Hoda with Kathy Lee Gifford on 'Today' in January 2014. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
"We're thrilled to welcome Hoda Kotb, one of the most popular hosts on broadcast TV, to the SiriusXM team to lead this original and exclusive call-in radio show," said Scott Greenstein, SiriusXM's President and Chief Content Officer.
"This will be a refreshing and fun addition for listeners nationwide," he said in an official statement.
SiriusXM launched the 'TODAY Show Radio' station in June 2014, making the NBC morning program available to radio listeners across the country. Hoda first joined the 'Today' team in 2007 and currently serves as a fourth-hour co-host on the show alongside Kathie Lee Gifford.
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