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NBC's Savannah Guthrie Pregnant, Skipping Rio Olympics Over Zika Concerns

Today anchor Savannah Guthrie just announced she is expecting her second child.

The 44-year-old NBC anchor, who is married to Michael Feldman, revealed the news on the Today show on Tuesday (June 7).

In addition, Savannah announced she would no longer be going to Rio for the Summer Olympics, as pregnant women are at high risk to pass along birth-defects to babies if the Zika virus is contracted, THR reports.

“I’m not going to be able to go to Rio so you’ll have to go to beach volleyball without me,” Savannah said. “I’m looking forward to the campaign season.”

Rosario Dawson Joins Emily Ratajkowski at White House Correspondents' Dinner 2016

Rosario Dawson arrives on the red carpet at the 2016 White House Correspondents’ Dinner held at the Washington Hilton on Saturday (April 30) in Washington, D.C.

The 36-year-old actress was joined by model Emily Ratajkowski and actress Connie Britton at the dinner event.

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Also in attendance were television personality NeNe Leakes and journalist Savannah Guthrie.

The ladies had stepped out for pre-event dinners in the city the night before.

FYI: Emily is wearing a Monique Lhuillier gown and Brian Atwood shoes.

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Karlie Kloss, Connie Britton, & More Attend Pre-WHCD Events!

Karlie Kloss walks the carpet while attending Time and People’s Annual White House Correspondents’ Association Cocktail Party on Friday night (April 29) at the St. Regis Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Others in attendance at the party included Jaimie Alexander, Keegan-Michael Key, Gayle King, Candace Cameron Bure, Savannah Guthrie, Tamron Hall, Emily Osment, House of Cards stars Constance Zimmer and Michael Kelly, and Independence Day: Resurgence stars Vivica A. Fox, Jessie Usher, and Sela Ward.

Connie Britton stepped out that afternoon during WHCD weekend to attend the Glamour and Facebook brunch to discuss sexism in 2016.

Bellamy Young walked the carpet that night at Capitol File’s WHCD Welcome Reception at the British Ambassador’s residence. She was also celebrating her cover for the mag!

FYI: Emily is wearing an Elliatt jumpsuit, Tarryn Simone clutch, and Sarah Flint shoes.

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Lena Dunham Writes Passionate Essay in Support of Hillary Clinton for President

Lena Dunham poses with famous author Gloria Steinem on the red carpet at the 2016 Matrix Awards held at The Waldorf Astoria on Monday (April 25) in New York City.

The duo were also joined at the event by Katie Couric, Savannah Guthrie, filmmaker George Lucas and businesswoman Mellody Hobson.

Lena just wrote a passionate essay in support of Hillary Clinton for President.

“I’m with Hillary because of her commitment to women’s reproductive health and rights. The quest for reproductive care can be lonely, scary and crushingly expensive. As someone with a chronic reproductive illness who frequently receives treatment from kind, expert doctors and nurses, I believe all women and girlsā€”even if they aren’t on premium cableā€”deserve that same level of care,” Lena wrote in Time magazine. “I respect Senator Sanders and his supporters. I am turned on by how informed and invigorated they have been throughout this campaign. And there’s a lot in Senator Sanders‘s voting record to cheer about. But there’s no comparison between his commitment to fighting for women and Hillary‘s. None. This has been her life’s work and she comes at it from every direction.”

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