Savannah Guthrie Celebrates Five Years at 'Today'

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Happy anniversary, Savannah!

On Friday morning, the TODAY show celebrated co-anchor Savannah Guthrie’s five year anniversary or her “Savannahversary,” as they called it. The show prepared a special video montage, looking back at Guthrie's most memorable moments on air.

Fellow co-anchors Matt Lauer, Al Roker, Hoda Kotb, Kathie Lee Gifford, Carson Daly and Jenna Bush Hager expressed their respect and affection for her and celebrated in-studio with Savannah’s favorite milkshakes and cake.

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“You make it look way too easy,” gushed co-anchor Matt Lauer.

“I walk into this building and I can’t believe that it’s me,” Guthrie, 45, said. “And they call this work? No way. This is the joy of a lifetime.”

Jenna Bush Hager wrote a touching personal essay on revealing why her friend, co-worker, and next-door neighbor is so special.

“Sometimes, as I watch our daughters play like sisters or when we spend an entire car ride talking about life so rapidly that we barely breathe, I can't believe Savannah and I are new friends, that our friendship just started only five years ago,” Hager wrote. “I'm grateful that this job brought us together.”

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Guthrie took to Twitter to thank her co-workers and TODAY viewers for their support.

“I work with the most talented and wonderful people,” she shared. “Thank you, @TODAYshow for the joy of a lifetime. (Enjoy the hairdos)”

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