So, will the likable Lindsay, a self-described career woman and dating-show skeptic, find a husband on the ABC series known for drama, drinking and fantasy suites (but not many lasting marriages)? In fact, she announced that she is happily engaged to one of her suitors. "It was a lot harder than I thought (and) exhausting physically and emotionally."Of course, Lindsay won’t reveal any details about the groom-to-be, but viewers can start playing the guessing game Monday (9 ET/PT) as more than two dozen men appear at the front of the Many of the out-there entrances, and one obnoxious guy yelling, "Whaboom!
Then we started remembering rumors that Bennett danced on our side of the fence, if you catch our drift, and that he was once dated out actor Matt Dallas.
(He was even voted “Hottest Gay Celebrity” by users of Hot or Not.) But since Bennett’s never discussed his sexuality publicly, or alluded to a boyfriend on social media, we didn’t make any fuss about it. “He tweeted at me last year and said I had a nice butt…And I thought, ’Oh he’s hitting on me—I should try to go on a date with him! But when Mario Lopez asked what happened after that, she responds “He’s gay—so I was like ’That’s not gonna work!
'” Not to be catty, but if anyone knows about dating gay men its Julianne Hough.
That's just something you do because you have a real friend, and you need to hold her hand.''I think you could see from the moment that the news happened that our hearts were broken, and in lots of ways, they still are,' said Guthrie.'That feeling was shared through our whole newsroom and our whole Today show staff, because it sounds like cliché or a promo line, but it happens to be true: We are family, and we do love each other, and families do go through hard times, and when that happens in good families, you just get closer.'She went on to say: 'You pull together and you focus on the foundation and what keeps you together. And for me, I just am trying to get comfortable with how complicated the feelings around all of it are, and it is complicated.
'And just trying to have love and compassion for everyone concerned.'It was Guthrie who shared the news of Kotb's big promotion at the top of the show on Tuesday.'We are kicking off the year right, because Hoda is officially the co-anchor of Today,' said Guthrie.
' wrote CBS This morning anchor Gayle King.'Congrats to fabulous you!!!
I said to Savannah after that prayer, "We're gonna make it through this together,"' said Kotb.
'We just sort of sat there and I was sort of on autopilot, I don't really remember a lot of it, but I do remember just sort of holding onto Savannah and saying it just wasn't in our hands anymore, it was in God's hands.'Guthrie added: 'I remember reading something later that said I had grabbed Hoda's hand, and of course that's not something you plan.
'Plus, Matt's salary reflected the long time he was on the show — 25 years.
But the figures underline the huge wage disparity at NBC News'The show host gets up around 4am to film Today from 7am to 9am.