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Hoda has change of heart about Valentine’s Day

NRMichavÖ¬Ç Marcol/Getty Images/iStockphoto It appears Hoda Kotb is ready for some action on Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day is Saturday, and boy oh boy, Hoda is ready. Her man, Joel, has our pal all figured out — and she’s got him wrapped around her finger, which helps because he’s got the keys to her heart and er, everywhere else.

KLG: For somebody like Hoda — I’ll let her speak for herself — she’s in a fresh, very exciting, very happy, very orgasmic relationship, and Valentine’s Day is a big deal. For people like me and Frank, it’s a little different. Just the other day he asked me, seriously, he looked at me and he goes, “Do we still do Valentine’s Day?” And I said what I always say to him. “Honey, we’ve done it enough.”

HK: What’s funny about Valentine’s Day is that I used to not like it at all. Way back when, Valentine’s Day was the day that I had met my first husband and the day that later on, just by chance, that our divorce became final. So a few days ago I was talking to Joel, and he goes, “Valentine’s Day — Hoda, you can take or leave it, but let’s take it this year. Let’s do something.” I just like that about him.

KLG: Within this past year you have declared your love for each other, right?

HK: Even last Valentine’s Day it was kind of a shoulder shrug. I remember that, simply because I don’t remember doing anything too interesting. It wasn’t very memorable.

KLG: So where are you going, besides heaven?

HK: We’re going to go chase the sun.

KLG: Where the sun don’t shine, baby!


It appears as though Uma Thurman has changed her face. She hasn’t admitted to surgery, and we don’t know if it’s the hair or the makeup or something else, but she looks, er, different.

KLG: You’ve got to understand that if you’re going to make those kinds of changes, it’s not going to go unnoticed. I don’t care what people do, just don’t come back and say, “I’ve been doing Pilates and eating lots of kale.”

HK: You don’t change like that from drinking lots of water and working out or resting. I think it’s funny, because in an effort to look younger, you erase so much of what you are.

KLG: What actresses who do that don’t realize is they are putting themselves out of potential jobs. Because at a certain age you can no longer play the ingénue even if you look like it, because everybody knows you’re not.


We were lucky enough to get our own screening of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” One of us got all hot and bothered, and one was just, well, bothered.

KLG: We were eating wraps while we watched the movie.

HK: Alone in the theater. Just the two of us, with about three seats between us.

KLG: I don’t want to hear Hoda’s sounds. The woman makes a lot of noise when she eats — and everything else. I had to go to the movie because it’s my job.

HK: It was hot! Steamy. Yes! Heat!

KLG: There weren’t three seats between us, it was more like 10! I don’t want to hear Hoda moan. That’s none of my business.

HK: I like porn. Write that down.


There were lots of boobs about at the Grammys, but rock goddess Joni Mitchell, who is on the cover of New York magazine covered head to toe, is far more beautiful.

KLG: She’s an amazing talent, and gorgeous.

HK: Meanwhile, I’ve never seen so much boobage at the Grammys until this year.

KLG: All the women looked exactly alike. They must all go to the same doctor.

It’s a tough topic, but our colleague at “Nightly News,” anchor Brian Williams, has been in the news a lot this past week.

HK: I’ve emailed back and forth a little bit with Brian, and it’s apparent how terrible he feels. He feels awful for the organization, for his friends. A lot of us feel terrible for him, too. You can only imagine what it’s like to be in the barrel like that.

KLG: I’ve been there before — in the barrel — for different reasons. It’s tough, a club you never want to be a part of.


Go figure. “Saturday Night Live” is turning 40 years old — and it doesn’t look a day over 21.

KLG: I loved the early days of “SNL.” Anything with Gilda Radner, “The Coneheads.”

HK: When Justin Tim- berlake comes on, I want to pay attention. He’s hysterical.

KLG: And Debbie Downer. That was hilarious.


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