High school cheerleader Miranda Ferguson, who did 35 back handsprings across her high school's football field, has officially been declared the Guinness world record holder for most consecutive handsprings. She and Guinness representative Mike Janela chat about her exciting accomplishment. (TODAY)
Actress Mindy Kaling, who has won acclaim for both her acting and her writing on "The Office," tells the TODAY anchors that she is both excited and nervous about launching her new show "The Mindy Project," in which she plays a skilled OB/GYN trying get her personal life together. (TODAY)
NBC's Michelle Kosinski reports that even though Prince William is busy at work for the Royal Air Force in Wales, he, like the rest of world, is looking forward to the royal wedding, and is still keeping his lips sealed about his bachelor party last week. (TODAY)
Abby Sunderland, the teen who attempted a round-the-world, solo sail, says she is "little bit nervous" about settling back into her life in California after being rescued in the middle of the Indian Ocean.