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article imageSarah Palin to co-host NBC's 'Today', will battle Katie Couric

By Andrew Moran     Apr 2, 2012 in Politics
New York - Former Alaskan Governor and 2008 Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin has been announced as Tuesday's co-host of NBC's "Today." Palin will battle it out with her nemesis, Katie Couric.
Can’t get enough of Sarah Palin? Now is your chance to watch more of the 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate. It was confirmed by NBC that Palin will be co-hosting “Today,” who will “reveal a different side of her than you've seen before.”
Will politics come up? Palin has stated that she will discuss topics beyond politics. But Palin will be the one all of the politicos keep their eyes on.
Other special guests appearing on “Today” will be Giuliana and Bill Rancic, "Octomom" Nadya Suleman, Kim Kardashian, the Duggars, Tori Spelling and Nicki Minaj, who will perform live.
If that wasn’t enough for the media, Palin will go head-to-head with Katie Couric, who will sit in for Robin Roberts as co-host of ABC’s “Good Morning America.” For those who followed the 2008 presidential campaign, Couric was given a great deal of heat for essentially giving the Senator John McCain presidential campaign bad publicity in her interviews with Palin.
Couric has yet to comment on her showdown with Palin Tuesday.
NBC asked its viewers to comment on its website as to who they’re “most excited about.”
Palin has remained relatively busy since the 2008 presidential race. In the last four years, she has written a book, “Going Rogue,” hosted a television show, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska,” provided political commentary for Fox News and was the focal point for a documentary made about her called “The Undefeated.”
She was also in the news recently due to an HBO TV movie about the ’08 race titled “Game Change.” Palin is portrayed by Academy Award nominee Julianne Moore.
Will you be watching NBC or ABC Tuesday morning?
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