KLG and Hoda

Watch Kathie Lee, Hoda: May 13, 2013

May 13, 2013 at 11:06 AM ET

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Favorite Things:
- Kathie Lee: Swim brief for guys
- Hoda: Zukes Mini Naturals , Dave's Sweet Tooth Toffee
- Sara: Origins Ginzing Cream

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Recipe: Pumpkin Granola Bar

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Video: TODAY’s Kathie Lee and Hoda are joined by Savannah Guthrie, whom they congratulate on getting engaged over the weekend. Via telephone, Savannah’s fiancé, Mike Feldman, admits he a was a little bit nervous about popping the question, even though the couple have been together for about four years.

Video: Actress Gillian Anderson is back, guest-starring on the NBC drama “Hannibal” after a decade-long break from American television. She tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that it was a talented group of actors and writers that attracted her to this role.

Video: TODAY’s Sara Haines introduces Alena Dreskin from Cleveland as the latest Fourth Hour Fan of the Week. She’ll enjoy a trip to Marco Island for her dedication to KLG and Hoda.

Video: Bonnie Fuller from Hollywoodlife.com and Roseanne Colletti from Gossip Gram discuss Seth Meyers replacing Jimmy Fallon on “Late Night,” Barbara Walters announcing she’ll retire, and fans of Beyoncé specualating about whether she is pregnant again.

Video: TODAY contributor Jill Martin shows of five fabulous summer looks that will make you feel great for your upcoming trip to the beach, including such accessories as chic sunglasses, trendy sandals and totes.

Video: Laura Begley Bloom from Travel + Leisure shows off eight trips that you can enjoy with your family during summer vacation, including Jekyll Island in Georgia, Hidden Pond in Maine, and a beach escape in Saint Lucia.

Video: TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer shares an amazing story of weight loss from Dale Buettner, who shed 280 pounds. He had been overweight since the first grade, where his mom had to custom-make Little League uniforms for him.



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