10 Hottest Women News Anchors Around The World 2017

Not all news anchors are bland, average-looking, on-air people. In most cases, it is literally opposite. Some of the most entertaining and engaging news anchors have got amazing and unmatched looks. Be it MSNBC, Fox News or CNN, newsroom is always full of hot news anchors who can make even boring news stories a lot more exciting to watch. With the growing emergence of technology, news channels are also increasing rapidly. Some channels always prefer hottest girls as anchors to increase their viewership.

So, we have listed the top ten beautiful and sexiest news anchors in the world.

10. Megyn Kelly

Show – America Live

Network – Fox News

Currently, Megyn Kelly anchors a daytime news show “America Live” on Fox News Channel (FNC) Network, started on February 2010. She already had a successful career before switching to television. She graduated in 1995 from law school and practiced for around 9 years before starting her career. She moved to Washington D.C. in 2004 to be appointed for general reporting and affiliate with ABC.

Later on, she joined Fox News Channel and covered live reporting and breaking news of major events like the Republican and Democratic National Conventions 2008 and 2007 Virginia Tech campus massacre. Currently, she is anchoring America Live and she could surely get it despite her questionable political biases. She co-anchored election in Fox News Channel along with Bret Baier.

9. Susan Li

Show – Asia Edge, First Up with Susan Li

Network: Bloomberg TV

Susan Li is a Bloomberg TV anchor from Hong Kong. She graduated from the University of Toronto and started her career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and later anchored for CCTV in China. She joined Bloomberg TV in the year 2006 and nabbed an anchoring position for her show “First Up with Susan Li”. She was awarded at 17th Asian TV Awards 2012 with Best News Program. First Up with Susan Li is a complete morning show which reports across Asia on market openings, along with top news stories from different parts of the world. She also co hosts Asia Edge as part of morning lineup in Bloomberg TV for Asia Pacific.

8. Robin Meade

Show – Morning Express with Robin Meade

Network – HLN

Meade is the daughter of a minister who grew up in New London and got graduation in New London High School. She is ranked 8th in the list of Hottest Women News Anchors. She started her career as a reporter in broadcasting at WMFD-TV, Mansfield, Ohio. Then, she worked as a reporter and anchor at WJW-TV in Cleveland, and WCMH-TV, Columbus, Ohio. Later on, she was appointed at Today in Florida at WSVN-TV as morning news anchor and served as the health reporter and noon anchor. She made her debut at HLN on Sept. 2001.

Since her first appearance in the decade, she hosted Morning Express with Robin Meade on mornings in weekdays. She has got ultimate hosting skills. She is also an Emmy Award winning reporter for covering the collision between a train and school bus in Fox River Grove in 1995. She was nominated for the local Emmy for reporting in how to reduce the risk of injury in plane crashes.

7. Alex Wagner

Show – Now with Alex Wagner

Network – MSNBC

She tried her fortune in journalism and worked well after graduation from Brown University. Her anchoring is far beyond common. She became editor-in-chief at the Fader. She worked there for 4 years before moving to a non-profit which was founded by Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Don Cheadle, and Matt Damon. She made a move to the television in 2009 where she is anchoring on MSNBC for her political program, Now with Alex Wagner. Even though you are not at all interested in the topics discussed, you will definitely love watching it for Alex Wagner.

6. Julie Banderas

Show – Fox Report Weekend

Network – Fox News

Currently, she is serving as a “FOX & Friends List” co-host. The program is a long expansion on weekdays at 5am/ET and it is anchored by rotating hosts.  Just after graduation from Emerson College, Julie started her broadcasting career in Cambridge, Mass with a gig news section. After gaining her reporting skills, she stepped up anchor desk at local news sections in Connecticut, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and landed in NYC.

5. Gigi Stone

Show – Bloomberg Enterprise

Network – Bloomberg TV

She is a Bloomberg TV correspondent and native in New York City where all the aspects of breaking news and business are covered by her for the network. She covers the news of entertainment, media, and real estate. She is also a co-host of a weekly show, Bloomberg Enterprise, profiling the fastest growing company CEOs.

4. Jenna Lee

Show – Happening Now

Network – Fox News

She is graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She obtained master’s degree in Journalism and she is from San Francisco. She made her debut in anchoring around a few years after college. She worked for Forbes and reported before getting her foot in Fox Business Network. During her tenure, she made great appearance on several shows, such as Money for Breakfast and Fox and Friends.

3. Tamron Hall

Show – NewsNation with Tamron Hall

Network – MSNBC

She is a national correspondent in NBC’s Today. She is serving for MSNBC as day-side anchor and hosts the show NewsNation with Tamron Hall. She is also co-anchoring the Today Show with Morales, Roker, and Willie Geist. She also had her sights on broadcast journalism and she didn’t waste any time to reach the anchor desk. After graduation from Temple University, she gained her skills in reporting in Dallas, Texas.

2. Brooke Baldwin

Show – CNN Newsroom

Network – CNN

She came up quicker than ever. The 32-year-old anchor works at CNN’s World headquarters in CNN Newsroom, Atlanta. Before that, she was working at Charlottesville.  She worked up and took anchoring positions in Washington DC and West Virginia. She joined CNN in 2008 where she took over the Rick’s List and replaced Sanchez. Tune in to CNN Newsroom from 2pm to 4pm for a bit of afternoon delight, where she anchors the show. She has double bachelor’s journalism degree and in Spanish at the University of North Carolina.

1. Courtney Friel

Show – TV Los Angeles

Network – KTTV

She took on a lot of host gigs before she settled into her job as a reporter in LA, California. She started her career for GoTV Mobile Television as a sports anchor. She was also a hostess on Travel Channel for World Poker Tour and she made her appearances on Oxygen Channel and E! Entertainment. She became famous by posing for Maxim and FHM before joining Fox in 2007.