NBC and staff at the "Today" show might have put former anchor Ann Curry through "professional torture" during her all too public termination, but now the beloved reporter is proving that sometimes looking good is the best revenge. When the veteran newswoman covered the Boston Marathon bombings and subsequent manhunt for the suspects last week, Curry debuted a short, sassy new haircut -- in direct violation of her contract with the network.
It's common knowledge that the entertainment business is a cutthroat affair that makes no attempt to spare the feelings of those who work in it. Fair enough. Recent revelations in a forthcoming book, however, show that executives at the Today's show may have raised that callousness to a completely different level.
Forget what you've heard - Ann Curry's firing from the "Today" show on NBC was even worse than previously reported. The veteran news anchor was a constant target of behind-the-scenes ridicule and outright name-calling during her last year at the program, turning the experience into "professional torture," according to a new tell-all book.
Eight months after TV host Ann Curry was fired from her anchor position at NBC's "Today" morning show, co-host Matt Lauer is setting the record straight that he was not involved in the producer's decision to get rid of Curry.
Since her departure as co-host of "Today," Ann Curry has appeared on NBC only 18 times.
The Ann Curry reports about leaving NBC continues.
It seems reports that CNN was courting former "Today" show anchor Ann Curry to takeover Anderson Cooper's job may have been premature.
Former "Today" show co-host Ann Curry and NBC's relationship continues to sour: the network has banned Curry from doing live interviews, the New York Post first reported.
Is there relief in sight in improving Matt Lauer's popularity?
Comcast bosses are allegedly cracking down on the Matt Lauer jokes and have started with E! funny lady Chelsea Handler.
The report of Ann Curry wishing to leave NBC strengthens but it appears there's no progress.
The rumored behind the scenes stories on "Today" continues.
"Today" weatherman Al Roker spoke about the recent events that have shrouded over the NBC morning show.
The rumor reel on what's going behind the scenes on the "Today" show is spinning again with who will replace co-host Matt Lauer.
Ann Curry might be looking to exit NBC and jump to a cable news network.