Fox News has no lack of some of the hottest and most beautiful girls in the world. From the hottest fashion models to the girls next door, Fox has a female for every taste. If you are a Fox fan, you will definitely love this list of hottest Fox News girls. It is sure that you adore beautiful women. That’s why you are here.
These girls listed here are extremely talented and hot and they are doing a good job in increasing ratings of Fox News. So, check out the list of most anticipated and hottest Fox News female anchors that make your day with their charming appearance –
10. Jamie Colby
Currently, Jamie Colby serves as a hottest co-anchor of America’s News Headquarters aired at Fox News Channel on 1-2 PM/ET on Saturdays and 10-11 AM as well as 12-1 PM/ET on Sundays. She joined Fox News network in 2003. She is now anchoring in New York bureau. Before working at FNC, she was a CNN correspondent. She also worked as a reporter and anchor for CBS News, WNYW-TV (Fox 5) and WPIX-TV (CW 11).
9. Sandra Smith
She joined as a reporter in FOX Business Network (FBN) in October 2007. She graduated in Louisiana State University and started up at Aegis Capital Group as a research associate. She assisted in analysis and research of retail stocks and she prepared stock newsletters to the clients and looked for investment opportunities. She then worked at Hermitage Capital Management as a trader, where she executed options orders and US equities, prepared commission reports and conducted portfolio analysis. She moved on as the Director of Institutional Sales & Trading from there at Chicago’s Terra Nova Institutional where she managed investment management. She helped in development trading models for prospective and existing clients. Before FBN, She was on-air reporter for Bloomberg TV.
8. Rebecca Diamond
Currently she is a contributor on Fox Business Network and Fox News Channel. She hosted the show “Happy Hour” in Fox Business Network TV broadcasted live in Waldorf Astoria Hotel from Bull & Bear bar in New York City. She graduated in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. She worked as a corporate writer for The Associated Press and reporter/anchor for Lifetime Television. She married Brett Edward Diamond in 2008 at St. Vincent Ferrer Church in a Roman Catholic ceremony in Manhattan presided over by Father Jonathan Morris, Fox News contributor. Currently, she lives in New Jersey and born in San Jose, California.
7. Patti Ann Browne
Currently, she serves as a co-host for “Fox & Friends First” for Fox News Channel 5-6 AM/ET weekdays. In addition, she anchors news updates every hour for Fox News Radio network. She is a New York based host who joined Fox News Network in 2000. On late night talk show Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, she is a regular guest-panelist on Fox News. She earned M.A. from New York Institute of Technology and she has B.A. in Fordham University. She joined Fox News Channel in August 2000 and anchoring news updates and headline in Fox News Live and hosting for shows in various time slots. In addition, she is anchoring for Fox News Radio network on hourly news updates.
Before FNN, she was anchoring for MSNBC, hosting Weekend Morning Line, 2-hour weekend show. During her years, she taken live interviews with global newsmakers and covered unscripted breaking news. She has served on CNBC as a substitute news anchor, despite being the part of NBC news network.
6. Molly Line
She became the part of Fox News Channel as a correspondent in 2006. She is based in Boston and graduated in Tucker County High School, West Virginia, where she got B.A. in Mass Communication & Political Science. She won Miss Greater Bluefield Area pageant and participated in Miss West Virginia pageant in 1997. She also competed in 2000. Before joining Fox News Network, she worked as a Boston affiliate (Dec 2002-Dec 2005) and anchor/reporter for WFXT (Channel 25). At WFXT, she covered the Station Nightclub Fire which killed over 100 people and sentencing of Richard Reid, a shoe bomber. She graduated with B.A. in Mass Communication & Political Science in Virginia Tech.
5. Julie Banderas
Currently she serves as a correspondent for Fox News Channel and joined Fox News Network in 2005. She was awarded Emmy Award as “Outstanding Single Newscast” in 2004 for covering Republican National Convention. He graduated from Emerson College with Bachelor’s degree.
4. Megyn Kelly
Currently, she is anchoring “The Kelly File” on FOX News Channel (9-10 PM/ET weekdays). She is a New York based anchor who joined FNN in the year 2004 as a correspondent based in Washington. Previously, she hosted America Live. Beforehand, she served as a co-host of America’s Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. They hosted New Year’s Eve special in Fox News Channel since 2007. She is graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and J.D. from Syracuse University and Albany Law School respectively. She served as editor in Albany Law Review and graduated with honors in law school.
3. Ainsley Earhardt
Currently, she serves as a co-host for “FOX & Friends First” in Fox News Channel (5-6 AM/ET weekdays). She joined Fox News Network in the year 2007. She is a New York based Fox News girl who served as anchor in KENS TV (CBS 5) before FNC in San Antonio, Texas. She was also titled Colombia Metropolitan Magazine’s “Best Personality of the Year” when she anchored at WLTX TV (CBS 19) in Colombia, SC. She was graduated with B.A. in Journalism from the University of South Carolina.
2. Andrea Tantaros
She is a co-host of “The Five” a hit show aired on Fox News weekdays at 5 PM/ET and hosting “The Andrea Tantaros Show”, a nationally syndicated radio show. She also appears on Fox Business Channel regularly and writes a column every week for Newsmax and New York Daily News. She is titled as “Most Pragmatic Personality” by The Washington Times on “The Five” who had lifetime experience.
1. Jenna Lee
Currently, she serves as an anchor based in New York on “Happening Now” aired on Fox News Channel, along with Jon Scott (11am to 1pm ET on weekdays). She joined Fox News Network as a reporter in 2007 for FBN (Fox Business Network) and moved to Fox News Channel in the year 2010. She is graduated in the University of California with B.A. in Global & International Studies and English with focus on socioeconomics and politics. She also has a degree of Master of Science in Journalism taken from Columbia University.