"Today" hosts Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie enjoyed a "ladies night" following big changes at the NBC morning show.

Kotb, 53, bonded with Guthrie, 46, over dinner Saturday after being named co-anchor of "Today" in the wake of Matt Lauer's firing.

"Saturday night!" she captioned a slideshow of photos on Instagram with Guthrie.

Guthrie shared one of the same pictures on her own account, but drew hearts around herself and Kotb.

"It's ladies night and the feeling's right," she wrote.

Kotb was promoted to full-time co-anchor last week after Lauer was let go in November following allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace.

Guthrie and weather anchor Al Roker were among those to congratulate Kotb.

"This has to be the most popular decision NBC News has ever made," Guthrie said after announcing the news on the Jan. 2 show.

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"A hearty congratulations to @hodakotb officially our new @TODAYshow #cohost with @SavannahGuthrie #SavannahHodaTODAY," Roker tweeted.

Kotb previously co-hosted the fourth hour of "Today" with Kathie Lee Gifford.

She told People this month that both she and Guthrie will be paid less than Lauer was making, despite his ousting.