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Who Is Hoda Kotb?
Hoda was born August 9, 1964 in Norman, Oklahoma. She has Egypt ancestry. She’s a popular TV host and anchor. Her current job is co-hosting Today with Kathie Lee Gifford. She joined the show in 2007. Before that, Kotb hosted Your Total Health. Hoda was married once to a tennis coach Burzis Kanga but the couple divorced only two years later. Because of a breast cancer, Hoda underwent mastectomy and breast reconstructive surgery.
Plastic Surgery Overview
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Hoda Kotb Quotes
From time to time, I’ll look back through the personal journals I’ve scribbled in throughout my life, the keepers of my raw thoughts and emotions. The words poured forth after my dad died, when I went through a divorce, and after I was diagnosed with breast cancer. There are so many what-ifs scribbled on those pages.
To this day, my mom’s unsinkable spirit is an inspiration to me. For nearly thirty years, she’s worked at the Library of Congress. Everyone knows Sameha simply as ‘Sami.’ Along with 500 miles of shelved books, her closest friendships are cataloged in that library. They are as much the value of work to my mom as is the work itself.
Life is a series of baby steps along the way and if you add up these tiny little steps you take toward your goal, whatever it is, whether it’s giving up something, a terrible addiction or trying to work your way through an illness. When you total up those baby steps you’d be amazed over the course of 10 years, the strides you’ve taken.
If it weren’t for my breast cancer, I wouldn’t be a ‘Today’ host. After I got better, I talked to my boss about working on the show. Six months before, I’d have been terrified to go in there and ask for what I wanted. But after what I’d been through, how could I be scared of being told no?
When I first came to NBC, I thought it was going to be swimming with the sharks, all men for themselves, be careful and all that. I have to tell you I learned that you can be kind and a hard worker and move up. You don’t have to play dirty or do things that you think happens at big corporations.