“I’ve loved and embraced every minute of my TODAY show chapter and feel humbled to have worked with so many passionate people — hosts, studio crew, cameramen and producers — who have become my great mates,” she said.
“There are few shows that are fortunate to have such an engaged audience, and I thank our viewers for inviting me into their homes day after day.
“I’m thrilled to sink my teeth into a brand new project. Opportunity often knocks when you least expect it and I’m ready to dive right in to what’s ahead of me.”
Perth viewers will recognise 35-year-old Vo as the current Nine News anchor.
The Vietnamese Australian journalist has been with the network since 2007.
In 2012 she returned to Perth to be their resident news woman.
Vo is also good friends with Jeffreys.
"Building really solid friendships like Sylvia Jeffreys and Amelia Adams, they're still two of my closest friends, despite being on the other side of the country," she told Nine Honey.
In 2014, Vo published her first book Small Bamboo.
"An extraordinary story of escaping Vietnam to create a happier life in Australia."
The Morning Show's entertainment editor Peter Ford was the first person to comment on Vo's rumoured move to TODAY.
"As I reported yesterday there is also a plan to also 'redeploy' @SylviaJeffreys and @Tracy_Vo is favourite to move east."