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'The Billy Bush Show' host to join NBC's for its 9 o' clock show confirms the channel

Updated On 19 May, 2016 Published On

'The Billy Bush Show' host will soon join NBC's for its 9 o' clock show Today confirms the channel

Billy Bush, the host of 'The Billy Bush Show' and the nephew of one president and the cousin of another, is joining the NBC's 9 o' clock show 'Today' as an anchor from August, NBC declared on Tuesday. It's an advancement for Bush, who has fabricated his notoriety on the West Coast as an energetic and looked for after questioner as host of "Access Hollywood" throughout the previous 15 years. 

The 44-year-old, who is moving to New York, will show up in the show's 9 a.m. hour, simply missing an opportunity to cover with a kindred political scion turned TV star. Chris Cuomo, the child of one New York representative and the sibling of another, is a famous figure on CNN's morning program "New Day," which closes at 9 a.m. 

Bush, who has hosted NBCUniversal's "Access Hollywood" for 15 years and "Access Hollywood Live" for six years, is not the only guy from his family to get work on the show as Jenna Bush Hager, a girl of previous President George W. Bush, has been a benefactor to the show subsequent to 2009. Chelsea Clinton, the little girl of previous President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, the presidential competitor, and previous secretary of state and representative, additionally worked for NBC News, despite the fact that she cleared out in 2014. 

The inclusion of the 'Ambassador for Operation Smile' is a piece of a change in the show. The new "Today" stay, who has an office with popular society and way of life scope, will rival Kelly Ripa, whose "Live" program on ABC as of late lost its co-host, Michael Strahan, to "Great Morning America." 

Natalie Morales, another host of the show, is assuming control of Mr. Shrubbery's part at "Access Hollywood." She is moving to Los Angeles, however, is needed to keep on making appearances on the NBC morning program. 

In a reminder on Tuesday, Noah Oppenheim, the NBC official accountable for "Now," reminded his staff about Mr. Shrubbery's initial TV work. His first portion as a specialist on WNBC-TV included "a difficult mid-section waxing occurrence," well before Steve Carell made that muffle renowned in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," Mr. Oppenheim noted.