Dylan Dreyer reveals that she will co-host today's show with Al Smoker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin

I hope you do not mind these faces! & # 39; NBC & # 39; s Dylan Dreyer tweets selfie with Al Smoker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin as she reveals that the four will take over today's third hour – three months after Megyn Kelly's show was canceled

  • Dylan Dreyer tweeted a selfie with Al Smoker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin
  • Dreyer said that together they will host the third hour of the day instead of Megyn Kelly
  • Her tweet was then retweeted by Roker who added: & # 39; I love these guys & # 39;
  • Kelly left NBC after controversy over Blackface comments during the segment
  • NBC has not confirmed whether these four will take over today's current hour or not

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Four familiar faces take the third hour of the Today show three months after Megyn Kelly's show was canceled.

NBC News meteorologist Dylan Dreyer tweeted a selfie with Al Smoker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin.

I hope you do not mind these faces! You will see many of them at 9 am. Please come to us! & # 39; Dreyer wrote Monday morning.

Her tweet was then retweeted by Roker who added: "I love these guys. & # 39;

Jones also retweeted the tweet from Dreyer, although NBC has not officially confirmed that the replacement hosts will take over today's third hour.

Four familiar faces take the third hour of the Today show three months after Megyn Kelly's show was canceled. NBC News meteorologist Dylan Dreyer (left) tweeted a selfie with Al Smoker (right), Sheinelle Jones (second from left) and Craig Melvin (middle)

Four familiar faces take the third hour of the Today show three months after Megyn Kelly's show was canceled. NBC News meteorologist Dylan Dreyer (left) tweeted a selfie with Al Smoker (right), Sheinelle Jones (second from left) and Craig Melvin (middle)

Her tweet was then retweeted by Roker who added: "I love these guys. & # 39; Jones also retweeted the tweet from Dreyer, although NBC has not officially confirmed that the replacement hosts will take over today's third hour.

Her tweet was then retweeted by Roker who added: "I love these guys. & # 39; Jones also retweeted the tweet from Dreyer, although NBC has not officially confirmed that the replacement hosts will take over today's third hour.

Her tweet was then retweeted by Roker who added: "I love these guys. & # 39; Jones also retweeted the tweet from Dreyer, although NBC has not officially confirmed that the replacement hosts will take over today's third hour.

Dreyer's announcement comes almost three months after Kelly left NBC after controversy about her Blackface comments during part of her show in October.

In the segment, Kelly said she did not understand what was wrong with blackface when a white person was playing & # 39 ;.

& # 39; But what is racist? You're really in trouble if you're a white man who puts on blackface on Halloween or a black person with a white face, "Kelly said during a roundtable discussion about Halloween costumes.

& # 39; That was okay when I was a kid, as long as you dressed like a character. & # 39;

After the repercussion, Kelly apologized and said she realized that such behavior is indeed wrong and that I'm sorry & # 39 ;.

& # 39; The history of blackface in our culture is repugnant; the wounds too deep, "she added.

But despite her apologies, NBC canceled her show only 48 hours later.

Dreyer's announcement comes almost three months after Kelly left NBC after a controversy about her Blackface comments during a part of her show in October

Dreyer's announcement comes almost three months after Kelly left NBC after a controversy about her Blackface comments during a part of her show in October

Dreyer's announcement comes almost three months after Kelly left NBC after a controversy about her Blackface comments during a part of her show in October

Since then, the controversial host has been fighting the network for its multi-million dollar exit package.

It is said that she is still in the process of finalizing the exit package with NBC and may already be running away with the full $ 69 million contract that she has paid.

In the meantime she is engaged in parenting and social contacts.

Last month she was on a lunch afternoon for ladies, organized by Hanna & # 39; s former Chief Inspector Joanna Coles. She was also seen to bring her children to school.

Meanwhile, NBC is still looking for a replacement for Kathie Lee Gifford who announced in December that she will leave the fourth hour of the Today show in April.

And although Jenna Bush Hager was selected to play with today's third hour, she is reportedly considering taking over Gifford's lock.

In the past, when Gifford or Hoda Kotb went on vacation, Bush would step in to fill their spots.

But other possible Gifford substitutes are WWE superstar, John Cena, The Voice Judge, Blake Shelton, singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor, MSNBC & # 39; s Morning Joe co-host, Willie Geist, among others.

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