Ann Curry, formerly the host of the "Today" show was made to leave by NBC earlier this year. (Photo : Flickr )
Former Today co-anchor Ann Curry tweeted a message of "despair" to her 1.2 million twitter followers.
The ousted morning show host quoted a statement from the leader of Indian nationalism Mohandas Gandhi, "When I despair I remember that throughout history, truth and love have always won."
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Curry added it is one of her favorite quotes. Curry is not heavy on tweeting, posting only four throughout the month of July.
One could look into the meaning of the tweet as either Curry posting the quote because it is her favorite quote, or as a statement that summarizes the ongoing drama on NBC's Today morning show.
Curry left the co-anchors chair after ratings for the morning show began to decrease and ultimately losing to rival ABC morning show Good Morning America. June 28 was Curry's last day. She was replaced by Savannah Guthrie, but despite the substitution, ratings have not rebounded to first place territory.
Support for Curry has been increasing, including from former Today co-anchor Katie Couric, who served on the show from 1991 to 2006.
"You don't like to see someone disappointed but I really am confident she'll do great things and land on her feet," said Couric about Curry.
As Latinos Post reported yesterday, a source told the National Enquirer that Curry is feeling "vindicated" for Today's ratings still lagging with new co-host Guthrie. Although the source says there are no hard feelings between Curry and Guthrie. The feelings for Matt Lauer, however, remain cold.
Today was hoping to receive a boost in their ratings from the London 2012 Summer Olympics coverage but so far has not seen expected numbers. NBC executives have called for fourth-hour Today co-host Hoda Kotb to assist in the coverage as viewers are still not warming to Guthrie.
Curry might not need to look far to get out of despair, as she is reported to participate in September's New York's Funniest Reporter competition.