"Today Show" hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb have not been on good terms for months. And the execs at NBC are forcing them to reconcile.

According to National Enquirer, Guthrie and Kotb both think that they are the queen of the show. And they have also been backstabbing each other.

But those who hear their negative comments couldn’t help but think that they are both baseless with their allegations. So, NBC decided to finally step in and force the hosts to bury the hatchet.

“The feeling at NBC is that this pettiness has gone on way too long, and it’s having a negative impact on guests and morale on the set. Both of them have been hauled aside and told to make nice. They’ve also been told both of them are dispensable,” the source said.

The source also claimed that the staffers on the Today Show are also struggling because they are forced to take sides.

“It would be smart to align with Savannah because she’s the boss, but Hoda is so much more fun. Do you pick the person you like best or the person who will help your career? It’s not easy but everyone is having to make the choice,” the source said.

The source added that there’s been a secret competition between the two women. At the start, they were still able to temper their rivalry. But they struggled to make peace months later until their issues turned into full-blown feuds.

“These two have never found it easy to play nice, but it’s just making everyone around them fed up. The fact that they’re having their heads knocked together is for everyone’s long-term benefit,” the source said.

However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. As of late, there’s no proof that Guthrie and Kotb have been feuding with each other.

While it is possible for the two hosts to get into disagreements at times, they are still able to work harmoniously with each other. This proves that the tabloid’s claims that they are not on good terms were just made-up.

And since the two women are not at odds with each other, this means that the network didn’t also have to meddle in Guthrie and Kotb’s issues or force them to reconcile.