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A daily live broadcast features hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb engaging in discussion about current news events and pop culture stories, as well as reviewing clips of television shows and trending internet videos. In addition, the show welcomes celebrity guests and musical performances. Featured segments include Favorite Things, Ambush Makeover and Bobbie's Buzz, among others.

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