September 30, 2005

Couric on the Defensive

Morning-news divas apparently have feelings, too.

Months after several scathing news stories portrayed Katie Couric as a tyrannical prima donna whose mere presence in the NBC hallways sent staffers scurrying for cover, the Today show co-anchor has gone on the defensive, reports the New York Daily News.

In a recent interview, Couric admits that reports of her off-camera bad behavior have gotten under her skin. "Nobody enjoys being trashed," says Couric in the latest issue of AARP the Magazine. "But it comes with success, with an increasingly snarky environment in the world today."

Couric goes on to call the stories "predictable and tiresome" and "full of malarkey."

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