Hoda Kotb Says Lending Her Voice to Mickey and a Roadster Racers Is a Dream Come True

Hoda Kotb is drumming into a southern accent for her latest role.

The Today co-anchor lends her voice to a new character, Mrs. Sweetums, during a guest coming on Disney Junior’s Mickey and a Roadster Racers.

“Mrs. Sweetums is southern, and she only is ’cause she’s sweet as sugar,” Kotb says in a behind-the-scenes clip about her knowledge recording for a show.

“She runs this pleasing candy emporium full of colors of smells and sweetness, and she is this honeyed woman who only loves everybody,” adds a 53-year-old, who is mom to 10-month-old daughter Haley Joy.

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Hoda Kotb annals her lines for Mickey and a Roadster Racers

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Kotb’s impression teams adult with Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck in a episode, that sees a contingent join army to help Mrs. Sweetums run her business.

“Minnie and Daisy are a ideal people to assistance Mrs. Sweetums and assistance run her shop,” she says. “They’re a happy helpers! They are full of goodness. They wish to come and do a right thing.”

Hoda Kotb's character, Mrs. Sweetums, join Minnie and Daisy on Mickey and a Roadster Racers

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While many fans of a radio journalist might be stoked to hear her voice on their children’s favorite show, Kotb promises a respect is all hers.

“I grew adult examination Mickey and a gang, so to be in a counter doing a voiceover [as] partial of a squad … Minnie, Daisy and me, hello!” she says. “And to be part of that legacy, even a little part, I’ll take it!”

Kotb’s partial of Mickey and a Roadster Racers, patrician “Super Sweet Helpers,” premieres Monday on Disney Channel.