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Steve Harvey will recover from Miss Universe flub, TODAY anchors agree

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As Tamron Hall, Willie Geist and Dylan Dreyer gather for The Take, the main topic on everyone’s mind is what some are calling one of the most awkward moments ever on live television: Miss Universe pageant emcee Steve Harvey mistakenly naming Miss Colombia the winner instead of Miss Philippines, the real winner. Tamron, who has been a Miss Universe judge, talks about the pressure of the event. “If anyone can recover from it, it’s Steve Harvey,” she adds. “If it was any of us, we’d be gone.”