Move over, Casey Anthony. The original "Tot Mom," Octomom Nadya Suleman, is back in the spotlight this week.
Today's Ann Curry will interview Suleman, 34, live on Friday, NBC announced Wednesday. It will be Suleman's first-ever live in-studio interview. She will be joined by her 2-and-a-half year-old octuplets and her two eldest children, 11-year-old Elijah and 10-year-old Amerah.
Fellow Today journalist Amy Robach will also sit down with Suleman in her home with all of her 14 children. She will open up about her deteriorating home, dating and raising her children as a single mom. The in-home interview will air Thursday and additional portions will be shown on Friday's live show.
"I will die for them. Everything I do, any kind of work, any kind of money I generate — where does it go? It goes into their mouths or it goes into the house or it goes into their school. Their private school is twice as much as the mortgage," Suleman said in the interview. "The goal in life for us — one of our main goals — a priority, is to buy a home and I would earn it. I want to work for it, and I want to buy it myself."
Will you watch Octomom's Today interview?