Savannah Guthrie Recalls Losing a Tooth at a Bar With 'Today' Colleagues After 'A Lot of Day Drinking'

Savannah Guthrie
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Savannah Guthrie lost her molar during the 'Today' show Christmas party and didn't get it fixed for weeks.

Savannah Guthrie left a very important item at a bar while out with her Today show colleagues. The 52-year-old journalist and her morning show co-anchor, Hoda Kotb, were guests on Tuesday's episode of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen

When a caller asked Guthrie how she lost a tooth, the veteran TV personality explained the funny scenario. "It did happen. That was the Christmas party, which when you're at the Today show Christmas party, it starts at, like, 3 p.m. A lot of day drinking," Guthrie noted. 

She ended up staying later than the majority of her peers, having a good time with coworkers, including Sheinelle Jones, Dylan Dreyer and Jenna Bush Hager. 

Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb on the 'Today' show on Feb. 29, 2024. - Nathan Congleton/NBC via Getty Images

"The next thing I know, the morning I wake up, I'm like, 'I feel like something's missing.' It was, like, a molar," Guthrie said, noting she felt a blank space in the back of her jaw. "I was like, 'Where is it?' And they were like, 'Maybe it's at the Pebble Bar.' It was gone."

Kotb, who laughed at the memory and shook her head, noted that Guthrie took a long time to get her tooth fixed. 

"She let it go for longer than weeks! I was like, 'Go to the dentist,'" Kotb recalled. 

"You couldn't see it. It was a molar!" Guthrie replied. 

Guthrie shared that she lost a tooth during a joint People magazine interview with her co-anchors. 

"I don't know, it's still at the Pebble Bar," she said in May. 

Kotb opened up to ET in March about her bond with Guthrie and how they support one another personally and professionally. 

"We love each other, and everybody is unique in their own lane," Kotb said. "Savannah's brilliant. She'll be like, 'Read this, it's just some silly thing in my journal.' And I'm like, 'This isn't a silly journal thing. If I had this, I'd print it today. Let's go!'"