After two weeks of broadcasting live from Sochi, Russia for the Winter Olympic Games, NBC's TODAY makes a big return to Studio 1A and Rockefeller Plaza for a golden week that includes a cavalcade of Team USA's brightest stars, a week of celebrity interviews and special performances, and an enhanced fan experience on the TODAY plaza.
You can catch men's slopestyle bronze medalist Nick Goepper on the show Monday morning! (We'll be watching closely to see if he announces the "winner" of his online dating challenge.)
TODAY will also kick off an important series "Love Your Selfie," featuring an interview with First Lady Michelle Obama and TODAY correspondent Jenna Bush Hager.
The "Love Your Selfie" series will examine the obsession with body image and how we can join together to feel more positive about ourselves.
TODAY's anchors will take an honest and revealing look at how they feel about their own body image.
According to a new TODAY/AOL Ideal to Real Body Image Survey, to be released Monday, February 24, 67% of adult women worry about their appearance regularly—more often than finances, health, relationships or professional success.
Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb, Carson Daly, Tamron Hall, Lester Holt, Erica Hill, Jenna Wolfe and Dylan Dreyer will peel back the layers of their own insecurities, and will share the stories of people who are transforming the traditional definitions of beauty.
First Lady Michelle Obama, Maria Shriver, Cameron Diaz, Jordin Sparks, Jacqueline Bisset, Naomi Campbell and others join TODAY's conversation throughout the "Love Your Selfie" series.
The series kicks off Saturday, February 22 on the weekend edition of TODAY and continues across platforms all week.
TODAY invites viewers to join the conversation and celebrate every shape, size, and age by sharing selfies on social media using #LoveYourSelfie.
Submitted photos may be featured throughout TODAY's coverage.
As part of the "Love Your Selfie" series, TODAY.com will feature galleries of selfies and original essays.
On Monday, TODAY will continue to celebrate the Games with ski slopestyle trio Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper; gold medal snowboarders Sage Kotsenburg and Jamie Anderson; bronze medal halfpipe rider Kelly Clark; bronze medal luge athlete Erin Hamlin; and silver medal slopestyle skier Devin Logan all live in Rockefeller Plaza.
On Wednesday, gold medal ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White join TODAY for their first performance—on the rink at Rockefeller Center—since winning the gold.
They are joined by the entire bronze medal figure skating team, Jeremy Abbott, Jason Brown, Gracie Gold, Ashley Wagner, Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir.
Also, Savannah Guthrie sits down with new "Late Night" host Seth Meyers for his first interview in his new studio.
TODAY will also feature superstar Usher, actor Jim Parsons, "Saturday Night Live's" Colin Jost and Cecily Strong in their first interview together since being named the new anchor team of "Weekend Update," plus performances by The Rockettes and Broadway's "Beautiful".