The Today Show, April 24, 2024, NBC, “Lacy Redway, Kathleen Herles”

The Today Show

On Wednesday, April 24, NBC’s The Today Show welcomes a diverse range of guests and covers a variety of engaging topics. From fertility treatments and hair care to food and finance, the show promises to deliver informative and entertaining content.

The program starts with an exploration of the future of fertility, featuring a groundbreaking study investigating a drug that may slow ovarian aging and improve women’s health as they age. This is followed by a segment with celebrity hairstylist Lacy Redway, who will be offering viewers “The Ultimate Hair Guide.” Redway, a co-founder of The Black Fashion & Beauty Collective, has worked with notable clients like Tessa and actress Zazie Beetz, and is known for her commitment to diversity and inclusion in the beauty industry.

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For food enthusiasts, the show presents “Sunday Sauce with Anthony Scotto,” promising a delicious culinary experience. The show also includes a guide to insurance, covering home, car, and life insurance basics.

In addition, viewers will be treated to a discussion on body positivity with a focus on an influencer’s infertility journey, as well as an interview with voice actress Kathleen Herles, best known for being the original voice of Dora on Dora the Explorer. Herles, a talented performer with a range of skills, including ballet, tap, jazz, and voice, has also appeared on Sesame Street and received several award nominations for her work.

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The Today Show airs Wednesday, April 24, 2024, from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. on NBC.

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