Tamron Hall reveals she's pregnant, married in surprise announcement: Watch


Tamron Hall shocked fans on Monday by revealing on Instagram that she's married -- and pregnant with her first child! The surprise dual announcement came hours after the former "Today" co-host revealed that her nationally syndicated talk show, "Tamron Hall," will premiere on September 9.

"When one song captures the personal news I want to share with you (yes, you)" she captioned the first part of her announcement, alluding to the viral hit "Baby Shark," which plays in the background of her pregnancy clip.

"Surprise, guys! Can you believe it?" Hall, 48, said as she revealed her baby bump. "I’m about to be a mommy shark very soon."

In a subsequent post, Hall gave more insight into her big news, sharing that she's 32 weeks along in her pregnancy and married to an unidentified man named Steve.


"I’ve wanted to share this news for many months and now finally my doctor has said I am in a safe place, at 32 weeks, to share my joy with y'all," she wrote. "So, it’s clear a daytime talk show isn’t the only thing I’ve been trying to produce! There have been many tears, but today I embrace the smiles. My husband Steven and I are beyond excited! We're in constant prayer, so if you pray, add us to your list; if you meditate, send calmness our way; and if you believe in luck, we’ll happily take that too. More to share in a few weeks when the baby arrives! Next chapter! Blessed and Grateful."

In addition to a photo of her in the skintight white dress that she was wearing in the pregnancy reveal, Hall also posted a photo of her with her husband on a boat and a photo of herself showing off her bump in a one-piece suit.

Hall's big news -- and upcoming return to television -- come about two years after she controversially exited the "Today" show after NBC decided to axe her joint hour of the show with Al Roker to make room for "Megyn Kelly Today." Of course, that only lasted a year, but Hall decided to leave the network altogether instead of taking an offer to be incorporated into the morning show's earlier hours.