Tamron Hall Named "Honorary Muse"

Former NBC anchor Tamron Hall will be riding in the Muses parade on Thursday, February 23 as an "Honorary Muse."

Hall will lead the parade in the Krewe's iconic shoe float, a 17-foot tall fiber optic encrusted red pump.  

Until recently,  she was the Co-Host of the third hour of NBC News' TODAY and anchored MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall.

Since September 2013, Hall has hosted "Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall" on Investigation Discovery. The fifth season starts this spring. She is also the host of "Tamron Hall Investigates" on Investigate Discovery.

The Honorary Muse is selected annually to honor a female role model who inspires the women of Muses by contributing to the community in extraordinary ways and embodying the spirit of the nine original muses of Greek mythology. 

"We are honored to have Tamron Hall as our 2017 Honorary Muse. As an advocate for education, housing and women's safety, she embodies the spirit for which the Muses are known, and is an inspiration to all New Orleans girls and future Muses. We know she will dazzle all those on the parade route as she leads the Muses in our Krewe's signature red high-heel shoe," said Krewe of Muses Captain Staci Rosenberg.

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