"Today" co-host Jenna Wolfe said she was keeping the paternity of her baby private in an interview with E! News on Wednesday.
Wolfe came out as gay on Wednesday's "Today" show, announcing that she's been in a three year relationship with NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk and they were expecting a baby.
Wolfe opened up about her and Stephanie's decision to have a baby, but would not reveal the identity of the father, jokingly confirming that it is neither Matt Lauer or Lester Holt.
When asked how she and her partner decided who would carry the baby, Wolfe pointed to a very simple solution. "We rock-paper-scissored it," she said. "I won 34-31."
Wolfe previously co-hosted Sunday's "Today" show alongside Holt but was demoted to the weekend show's newsreader when NBC News hired former "CBS This Morning" co-host Erica Hill to co-anchor on both Saturdays and Sundays.