Ann Curry revealed in an interview prior to exit from "TODAY" that her on-air wardrobe didn't always agree with the producers of the show."One day I wore a multicoloured dress and someone asked if I was trying to be Toucan Sam."
Former "Today" anchor Ann Curry is reportedly feeling "vindicated" as the ratings decline continue for the NBC morning show. "Ann feels completely vindicated by the 'Today' show's poor ratings since she left," a source told Radar Online. "She feels she was fired completely unfairly and wasn't given a fair shot at the gig." The 55-year-old's comments were revealed after NBC flew "Today" show host Hoda Kotb to cover the Olympics in a last-minute decision to help boost the network's ratings. Kotb joined Savannah Guthrie and her co-hosts Matt Lauer, Natalie Morales and Al Roker in London. "Ann feels she was made a scapegoat by the network and that it's the whole show that needed an overhaul, not her replacing," added the source. "Ann believes that point has been proved by the show's ratings declining even further since she left."