TODAY host Savannah Guthrie mocked Hoda Kotb’s dancing skills during an embarrassing moment behind the scenes amid their ongoing backstage feud.
Savannah, 50, shared a short clip of her and Hoda, 57, dancing at Twitter.
The Today couple joined the stage with the girls, harley and hope.
The young members of the audience seemed nervous as the cameraman filmed them.
Country singer Walker Hayes played with the little ones while singing his song Fancy Like.
Meanwhile, Savannah made faces at the two girls, mocked Hoda’s dancing, and pointed a finger at her co-star.
She tweeted: “Mom dancing for the win!”
One fan responded in the comments, saying, “I’m already embarrassed by Hoda’s ‘dancing mom’.”
Rumors have swirled for months claiming that the TV stars have been feuding behind the scenes.
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In June, a source close to the production revealed to The Sun that the co-hosts secretly “can’t stand each other”.
The insider revealed, “Savannah is the boss. After Matt Lauer was kicked out, Savannah took over and really wanted Willy Geist as Hoda, but his ratings weren’t up to par with the network.”
“Hoda maneuvered Savannah and got the place.”
The source added that Savannah “thinks of herself as a real news person.”
Honda is described as “the lightweight who drank wine with Kathy Lee Gifford.”
“Savannah was a White House correspondent before landing the hosting job, which also explains her love for Jenna since her father was president.”
Hoda’s co-host, Jenna Bush Hager, is the daughter of former President George W. Bush.
Although Jenna is Hoda’s co-host, the source claimed that Jenna has played both sides among the women.
“Jenna and Savannah are best friends and they freeze Hoda.
“Jenna got the best job on TV with zero experience; no one works with people better than Jenna.”
The insider concluded: “She is a master at the game.”
Viewers were recently shocked by Savannah’s behavior during a quiet and tender moment.
During a live segment of the morning show, co-hosts Craig Melvin and Jacob Soboroff joined the TV personalities.
Savannah had a special request for her musical guest Walker.
He mentioned that Hoda’s birthday was next week and begged the singer to sing “Happy Birthday” to him.
In a sweet moment, she told him, “You know Hoda is probably your number one fan.”
Hayes agreed to their request, asking the audience to join them in singing the birthday song.
Savannah put her arm around Hoda’s back and gave him a charming smile.
Hoda then hugged the music star and said, “Thank you. That was so sweet,” to the rest of the group.