Seeing Red? The Special Reason TV Hosts Rocked a Certain Color On-Air Friday

Almost all TV hosts wore the color in solidarity.

A sea of red filled television screens Friday as top personalities wore red to raise awareness for female heart disease — the No. 1 killer of women.

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From Good Morning America to the Today show to The Talk the hosts all rocked red in some aspect.

The Today show even added some red glitter to the set.

"There's a lot of go red going around, so we changed the entire set to red," Hoda Kotb said.

Even the guys joined in with red ties.

On Fox and Friends, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade had red ties on to promote heart health.

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The American Heart Association took to Twitter Friday and retweeted notable faces wearing red.

Wearing red today for @GoRedForWomen & @American_Heart #GoRedWearRed

February 3, 2017

Are you wearing red today? @GoRedForWomen #knowyournumbers

February 3, 2017

Today is the day we unite against heart disease & stroke - it's #WearRedDay in BUFFALO! ❤️ @WNYHeart #GoRedBuffalo #LifeiswhyBuffalo

February 3, 2017

As did the AHA’s Go Red For Women handle.

Excited to wear my favorite color AND support women's heart health today!?❤️ @GoRedForWomen #ArdenRed

February 3, 2017

I'm proud to wear red on #NationalWearRedDay to support @American_Heart! #GoRedForWomen #GoRedWearRed

February 3, 2017

In honor of #GoRedWearRed, Spring Mills Primary is sporting the color of the day to raise awareness about heart disease. @GoRedForWomen

February 3, 2017

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