Today’s Savannah Guthrie sarcastically calls her day ‘normal’ after fans fear a huge movie star has left her interview
TODAY Savannah Guthrie has sarcastically branded her day as ‘normal’ after interviewing a major movie star.
It comes after fans wondered if legendary actor Harrison Ford stormed out of the chat following a confusing social media post.
This week, Savannah revealed that she had interviewed her “favorite actor,” Ford.
The daytime presenter sarcastically described her day as “normal” before telling viewers the interview will air on Friday.
Savannah shared a clip of her talking to Ford and said she managed to keep it “professional and cool” until he left.
The Today anchor was later seen stretched out on a bed with her palm resting on her chest.
She captioned the carousel of posts: “Interview with my favorite movie star of all time. Normal.”
On Wednesday, Savannah released a teaser clip from the interview, adding the caption: “Interviews Harrison Ford. Keep calm and professional. Until he walks out the door.”
Based on the wording of her post, some viewers thought she meant the actor was no longer “calm and professional” during the interview and stormed out.
Christina Sharkey Geist, wife of Sunday Today presenter Willy Geist, said: “Omg I read that wrong and thought something went wrong and he walked out the door mid interview! Phew.”
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A fan asked Savannah to clarify what she meant by “until he walks out the door.”
Another claimed: “I thought he left you too.”
Despite the confusion, dozens gushed about their enthusiasm for the interview.
Numerous fans gushed over their excitement before the interview aired.
NBC’s Kristen Welker said, “This is an incredible way off the charts.”
Today correspondent Kaylee Hartung wrote, “I can’t wait.”
World Ski Champion Lindsey Vonn commented, “Omg so jealous.”
Savannah sat down with Ford just days after the launch of her new Netflix series Princess Power.
The show is based on her Princesses Wear Pants children’s book series, which she co-authored with Allison Oppenheim.
Savannah is the executive producer behind the program alongside Drew Barrymore.
Hailing from different fruit-inspired kingdoms, characters Penny Pineapple, Bea Blueberry, Rita Raspberry, and Kira Kiwi use girl power to achieve their goals.
They all accept their differences and work to be stronger together, sending a message of strength to young viewers.
There are 14 episodes in the first season of the cartoon.
Savannah announced last September that her picture books were being adapted into a TV show.
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