Brad Pitt Prosopagnosia Diagnosis: Can’t Remember People’s Faces


Kathie Lee & Hoda: Brad Pitt’s Rare Medical Condition – Prosopagnosia

Brad Pitt Prosopagnosia Diagnosis: Can't Remember People's Faces

In Today’s Talk, Kathie Lee and Hoda discussed Brad Pitt’s rare medical condition, Prosopagnosia. (DFree /

In an interview with Esquire, Brad Pitt discussed his rare medical condition, prosopagnosia or, known informally as face blindness. He said that the disorder prevents him from remembering people’s faces.


He also opened up about his former marriage with Jennifer Aniston. He said that he spent a lot of time toward the end of the marriage on the couch smoking marijuana. He said that it helped him “pretend the marriage was something it wasn’t.”

Kathie Lee & Hoda: Paws Chicago & American Cancer Society

While the rest of the Today Show team was in Chicago, Paws Chicago held signs thanking Hoda for rescuing her dog, Blake, and using Paws to do so.

While on the topic of causes, Hoda wished the American Cancer Society a happy 100th anniversary. Hoda is a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society and can be seen currently in ads, including on outside Rock Center. She said that the ACS asks different people who have had cancer to lend their face and name for ads, including herself.


Kathie Lee & Hoda: The Voice Eliminations

Tuesday night, two Voice contestants were sent packing. During the last minute and a half of the program, host Carson Daly announced that Team Usher’s Josiah Hawley and Team Shakira’s Kris Thomas were eliminated. This leaves new coaches Usher and Shakira with one contestant left and veteran coaches Adam Levine and Blake Shelton with three contestants each. Hoda said that she loves Blake Shelton, but thinks that Team Adam might win the title this season.


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