Matt Lauer Fired: Rose McGowan, Megyn Kelly and More Celebrities React

Jessica Napoli
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Matt Lauer was fired from the 'TODAY' Show on Nov. 29.

Longtime Today show anchor Matt Lauer was fired by NBC late Tuesday night over an allegation of sexual misconduct. News broke on Wednesday morning and Lauer's co-anchor Savannah Guthrie addressed his termination on air.

She said: "We just learned this moments ago, just this morning. As I'm sure you can imagine, we are devastated and we are still processing all of this. And I will tell you right now, we do not know more than what I just shared with you. But we will be covering this story as reporters, as journalists. I'm sure we will be learning more details in the hours and days to come, and we promise we will share that with you."

Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb

November 29, 2017 Savannah Guthrie announces that NBC has fired Matt Lauer.

Guthrie added, "We are heartbroken. I'm heartbroken for Matt—he is my dear, dear friend and my partner, and he has been loved by many, many people here. And I'm heartbroken for the brave colleague who came forward to tell her story, and any other women who have their own stories to tell."

Fellow NBC News anchor, Megyn Kelly, addressed the news on her morning show. She said, “This one does hit close to home. I, too, have known Matt for a long time. He has been a friend, and kind and supportive to me in my transition to NBC News."

Kelly added, "I see the anguish on my colleagues faces. But when this happens, what we don’t see is the pain on the faces of those who found the courage to come forward. It is a terrifying thing to do. We don’t see the career opportunities women lose because of sexual harassment, or the intense stress it causes a woman dealing with it when she comes to work each day. I am thinking of those women this morning, and hoping they are okay. The days to come will not be easy."

Kathie Lee Gifford spoke out Wednesday morning as well:

Other celebrities have taken to Twitter to react to the news:

Even President Trump, who was accused of sexual misconduct during the election, offered his opinion: