Al Roker apologizes for Beyoncé Grammy Awards tribute as he and wife Deborah Roberts share dance moves at home
AL Roker has apologized for the tribute he and wife Deborah Roberts paid to Beyoncé for her recent Grammy win.
The Today anchor and ABC News national affairs correspondent took to social media to show off her dancing skills in honor of the music icon.
The pair posted their moves in a clip on Instagram shortly after Beyoncé set the record for most Grammy Awards wins of all time, according to Variety.
According to the LA Times, Beyoncé broke the record shortly after with a total of 32.
“Congratulations to @beyonce on her first @recordingacademy of the night winning most Grammys ever,” wrote Al, 68, in the caption of the post.
Deborah, 62, danced alongside her husband as he spun in an office chair and grooved to Beyoncé’s song Cuff It, for which she won Best R&B Song.
“We apologize for this honor,” Al continued in the caption as the couple found themselves laughing.
Peers and fans were quick to comment on Al and Deborah’s dance moves in the tribute.
“You better get it!” wrote Cooking Channel co-host Jocelyn Delk Adams.
“The Battle of the Glasses…😂😍😂,” said one fan.
Many expressed their support for the couple.
“You 2 are so cute!!!” said a viewer.
“Go Rokers! Go Rokers!” another sang.
The support from fans and peers was likely appreciated by the couple as Al had recently recovered from serious health issues.
As previously reported by The US Sun, the Today star began suffering from blood clots and internal bleeding in November 2022 and was quickly rushed to hospital.
The clots in Al’s lungs and legs are believed to have been triggered by the tonight’s host’s previous battle with Covid-19.
After being hospitalized for a second time after Thanksgiving, Al underwent multiple surgeries — including a blood transfusion, a gallbladder removal, a colon resection, and repairing a tear in his duodenum.
According to Deborah, the future of her husband’s health in hospital looked bleak for some time, and at one point she said the family was “losing hope”.
Despite the challenges, Al pulled through after four weeks in medical care – and returned home in December with a surprise from most of his Today Show cast and crew.
On January 6, Al and Deborah officially returned to Today, where they gave an interview about their experiences.
Al also shocked fans Thursday when he howled like a wolf during the show and before an interview.
Al and his co-hosts Sheinelle Jones, 44, Craig Melvin, 43, and Dylan Dreyer, 41, were about to sit down with Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey.
The actor was in the program to promote his new film, Teen Wolf: The Movie.
Al was apparently excited to interview Tyler, who played a werewolf in the original six-season drama series.
While preparing a clip for the film, the meteorologist himself climbed into the character and howled at the camera.
Then he continued without missing a beat after giggling of his own volition.
For more Today content, check out The US Sun’s coverage of how host Savannah Guthrie recently gushed about her date with husband Michael Feldman.
The US Sun also has the story on Hoda Kotb’s candid photo, which made many fans say the same.
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