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Sutton Foster Set for TODAY's 'Love Your Selfie, Reclaiming Beauty' SeriesNBC's TODAY is kicking off the second installment of "Love Your Selfie," a special series that examines society's obsession with body image, and takes a look at how we can join together to feel more positive about ourselves. "Love Your Selfie, Reclaiming Beauty" begins Sunday, April 27, and will focus on how we can rethink and reclaim beauty.

"Love Your Selfie" launched in February and highlighted inspirational stories from people who are transforming the traditional definitions of beauty. The series featured an impactful "No Makeup Monday" segment where TODAY anchors peeled back the layers of their insecurities to encourage viewers to be comfortable in their own skin.

All next week, Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie, Al Roker, Natalie Morales, Carson Daly, Willie Geist, Tamron Hall, Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb, Lester Holt, Erica Hill, Jenna Wolfe and Dylan Dreyer will report on a variety of stories on body image. A new topic will be introduced and explored each day. Special guests during the week include Broadway star Sutton Foster and actress Sophia Bush.

As part of the series, TODAY is reaching out to teenagers across the country to create a PSA on what it means to "Love Your Selfie." The PSAs will be featured as part of NBCUniversal's award-winning "The More You Know" campaign across its digital platforms.

TODAY invites viewers to join the conversation by sharing selfies on social media using #LoveYourSelfie. Submitted photos may be featured throughout TODAY's coverage. As part of the "Love Your Selfie, Reclaiming Beauty" series, will feature tips to boost self-confidence, galleries of selfies, and original essays.

Topics covered during "Love Your Selfie, Reclaiming Beauty" include:

Sunday, April 27 and Monday, April 28

Mirror, Mirror - We have the power to change the way we view ourselves when we look in the mirror. TODAY hosts comment on their own reflections.

Tuesday, April 29

Beauty Comes in All Shapes and Sizes - Are we open to seeing "real" bodies and natural shapes in fashion and the media?

Wednesday, April 30

Teens Tackle Body Image - Teens discuss what it means to "Love Your Selfie."

Thursday, May 1

Finding Beauty in Cancer - Are there ways to possibly feel beautiful while going through treatments?

Friday, May 2

Learn to Love Yourself Naked - Can we be comfortable in our skin?

Saturday, May 3

Body After Baby - Jenna Wolfe discusses.

Don Nash is the executive producer of NBC's TODAY (Monday - Friday, 7 a.m. ET).

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