SAVANNAH Guthrie has chugged a beer on live TV at 8 AM with a special A-list guest star.
The Today Show star has shocked viewers in recent episodes with some NSFW comments.
Now Savannah, 50, has taken things to the next level by chugging a beer with actor Ashton Kutcher on live TV.
The TV personality spoke to the That ’70s Show star as he prepared to run the New York Marathon over the weekend to raise money for his foundation Thorn, an organization that works to end child sexual exploitation online.
The morning show star explained how Ashton experienced a nipple “chaffing issue” while preparing for the 26.2 mile run.
In order to prepare him for his big moment, Savannah invited her co-star Carson Daly to bring out chaffing cream and a beer so the actor could “carb-load.”
“Hold on, do we get to chug it?” the TV star asked, to which the host replied: “Well do you want to chug it? It’s Friday!”
“I will chug it with you if you chug it,” Ashton prompted, leaving Savannah shocked.
“Okay, let’s go. One, two, three, this is crazy,” she added, before the pair proceeded to chug their entire beers.
Meanwhile, Carson could be heard in the background saying: “Wow there’s a marathon to watch. Oh my gosh Savannah, great work!”
Afterward Ashton joked: “I went to college,” to which Savannah responded: “So did I.”
The pair shared a high-five and the morning host exclaimed: “I feel terrible! Don’t do that at home.”
Savannah has been showing off her wild side in recent episodes of The Today Show.
Earlier this week, the anchor left her co-star Hoda Kotb laughing after making a NSFW comment on air.
The Today star declared that “size matters” during a discussion about airplane seats.
During Thursday’s show, Savannah, Hoda, and Craig Melvin all sat at the main desk.
They talked about the FAA’s request for travelers’ feedback on the size of airplane seats.
While the topic was pretty much serious, Savannah turned it into a joke.
“So, we’re going to turn now to this long-running issue for airline passengers, as we head into the busiest travel period of the year,” Hoda said.
She turned to her co-hosts and said: “And we’re talking about the size of those seats.”
Savannah sighed and replied: “Yes. Size matters.”
Hoda cracked up and Craig cracked a smile as Savannah kept a serious face and continued on with the segment.
More than 26,000 people have complained about the torture of the shrinking seat size.
Several Senators want to put a stop to the issue, and some fans took to the comments to share their opinions.
“I couldn’t imagine anyone demanding that airlines make seat size smaller,” wrote one fan.
Another said: “The seat sizes on airplanes are way too narrow. I was placed in the middle seat once on a 10 hour flight between two very tall and large people. I couldn’t even breathe they were sucking up all my oxygen. I was suffocating. I thought I would die before I got off that plane.”