Savannah Guthrie Apology: She Says 'Sorry' For Her Live 'Today' Show Swear

Updated On 28 Mar, 2018 Published On

Savannah Guthrie's microphone was definitely working. The Today show host took to Twitter on Wednesday, March 28 to apologize for accidentally swearing on the live television show when she was not aware if her microphone was working.

Pretending to test her mike, the 46-year-old NBC News morning show host wrote,

Check, check, is this thing on? So sorry, guys. Thanks for being kind and understanding. And guess it's a good thing I don't wear a mic all day.

In the post, she further signed off with the live TV-appropriate hashtag: #ohdarn.

Here's the tweet, check it out.

It was saltier language on the display during the Wednesday morning broadcast as an apparently unaware Savannah swore (the video clip below has offending word bleeped).

Video: Savannah Guthrie Apology: She Says 'Sorry' For Her Live 'Today' Show Swear

Savannah didn't looked if she knew that the camera was on as the broadcast journalist and attorney examined papers at her desk and she probably not have even known the swear went out live at first.

But she was quick to kindly apologize to the sound guys right away, saying, "Sorry guys."

As previously reported, Following the pregnancy news of Savannah on 7 June 2016, she announced to her colleagues on the NBC program on Friday, December 9, that she and her husband Mike Feldman welcomed their second child, a baby boy.

The couple, who married on March 15, 2014, in Tucson, also has a daughter named Vale Guthrie Feldman.

Savannah was previously married to BBC News presenter Mark Orchard in December 2005 but they got a divorce in 2009.