Top 10 Most Stunning News Anchors


10 Kimberly Guilfoyle

She is an American political analyst, author, lawyer, and news personality on television who has co-hosted The Five on Fox News. On 20 July 2018 she left the Fox News network.

Guilfoyle was a San Francisco and Los Angeles, California prosecutor. From 2000–04 she worked as an assistant San Francisco district attorney. She married the California politician Gavin Newsom and was San Francisco’s First Lady during the first two years as that city’s mayor. Over twelve years, from 2006, she worked at Fox News.

In July 2018, she and Fox network “parted ways,” in a Fox spokesperson’s word. She also joined America First Policies, a pro-Trump super PAC, in the 2018 general elections to vote for Republicans.

9 Jedediah Bila

Jedediah Louisa Bila is a host, blogger, and columnist on American television. She is recognised as a co-host on The View for her time, and as an anchor on the Fox & Friends weekend edition.

She has written columns for blogs such as, Verily, The Daily Caller, Human Affairs, and Townhall.

As she discussed the talk radio host Mark Levin’s book Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto on her blog, Bila’s transition from education to politics came in 2009. Levin later read the analysis on television, which prompted Sean Hannity of Fox News to invite her on his TV show.

She appeared on Hannity and Red Eye as a guest in 2011, and soon extended her role as a analyst to other networks including CNBC and MSNBC. She joined the Fox News team in 2013, and started appearing on Outnumbered, The Five, and other programs as a co-host and panelist in April 2014.

8 Michelle Kosinski

Michelle Kosinski is an award-winning American journalist from Emmy who recently worked as Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for CNN’s State Department. She’d covered the Obama White House before that. She was a global correspondent for the London-based NBC News (2010–2014); before that she was a Miami-based reporter (2005–2009).

Kosinski started work in broadcast journalism in Rockford, Illinois for WIFR while at the same time earning her BA and MA from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism as part of the Accelerated Masters Program, and was named “On Your Side” Reporter, investigating viewer concerns and grievances. After leaving WIFR, she moved at WSOC-TV to Charlotte, North Carolina, and created the Piedmont Bureau, covering nine counties. She was voted Best Reporter in Charlotte in 2001 by arts and entertainment magazine readers in the region.

7 Brooke Baldwin

Brooke Baldwin was born in Atlanta, Georgia where she attended a private college-preparatory school, The Westminster Schools. In 2001, she graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, and from the Hussman School of Journalism and Communications at the university in journalism. She also studied abroad at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, as an undergraduate.

Baldwin started her career at WVIR-TV in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2001 and later became the morning anchor at WOWK-TV in the Huntington and Charleston area of West Virginia. She joined WTTG later, in Washington, D.C. For 10 p.m., as lead reporter Newsletter.

6 Erin Burnett

Erin Isabelle Burnett is an American news anchor on CNN, Erin Burnett OutFront, currently the anchor of her own show. As co-anchor of Squawk on the Street and host of Street Signs, she previously worked for CNBC. Burnett has worked on NBC’s Meet the Press, Today, MSNBC’s Morning Joe and NBC Nightly News as well as regularly working on The Celebrity Apprentice, acting as Donald Trump’s advisor.

Burnett started her career as a Goldman Sachs financial analyst in their investment banking division, where she focused on mergers and acquisitions as well as corporate finance. Burnett has been offered a spot at CNN as a writer and booker for CNN’s Moneyline with Stuart Varney, Willow Bay, and Lou Dobbs while working as an investment-banking analyst. She left the role to serve as Citigroup’s vice president of digital media group CitiMedia.

 5 Susan Li

Li was born in China, and grew up in Canada’s Toronto. Her mentor was her mother, who had brought up a family in Canada on her own after emigrating from China. She graduated with a Degree in Economics from the University of Toronto. Natively fluent in English, she also speaks Mandarin and Cantonese.

From 2003 until 2006, Li was an anchor at CCTV International, the English language channel of China Central Television. Broadcasting from Beijing, Li was leading the world news broadcasts at primetime, hosting Biz China, recapturing business news, and even becoming a news editor. While at CCTV she interviewed Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez, Bernard Arnault of LVMH, and Yao Ming, a professional basketball player.

4 Jenna Lee

She is an American journalist and former anchor on Fox News Channel, where she and Jon Scott co-hosted Happening Now. Lee previously co-anchored the early-morning business news program for Fox Business Network, Fox Business Morning, with Connell McShane.

After graduating from UC Santa Barbara, Lee worked in her spare time as a freelance reporter in the Marina Times, a San Francisco neighborhood newspaper, from 2002 to 2004. She later enrolled at Columbia University where she worked at NY1 and worked for as a freelance journalist. She left NY1 and decided to join Forbes full time.

Lee tried to orchestrate a permanent move in front of the camera when he was at Forbes. She had been recruited by Fox Business Network using some on-camera research she compiled from her time at Forbes.

3 Natalie Morales-Rhodes

Natalie Morales-Rhodes is an American reporter who works for NBC News. She is the anchor of the Today Show West Coast, and appears on many programs such as Dateline NBC and NBC Nightly News.

Morales moved to Los Angeles in August 2016, following the Rio Summer Olympics, where she was both the West Coast anchor of Today’s show, Billy Bush’s replacement as host of Access Hollywood and Access Hollywood Live, while serving as a reporter for Dateline.

She began her on-air career at News 12 – The Bronx as the first morning anchor under News 12 – Roberto Soto, the Bronx’s first News Director and Tom D’Elia, Brian Webb, Darryl Stith, and David Rein, the original Studio Director. She also worked for that network as camera operator, editor, and producer.

2 Sandra Smith

Sandra Kaye Smith is a TV news journalist currently working on the New York City Fox News Channel (FNC) as co-anchor of America’s Newsroom. Originally from Wheaton, Illinois, she played track & field while at Louisiana State University as an undergraduate.

Smith attended for a time at Illinois State University in Bloomington-Normal before being moved for the 2002 school year to Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge. At different LSU and LSU Alumni track-and-field events she ran the 1,500 meters, mile, 3,000 meters, and steeplechase.

Smith graduated from LSU, took some business classes and spoke less. Smith’s father was a Chicago Mercantile Exchange floor trader and many of Sandra’s family members worked in the financial district of Chicago.

 1 Abby Huntsman

Abigail Haight Huntsman is an American journalist and a voice in television. Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman Jr. and Mary Kaye Huntsman’s aunt, Huntsman rose to prominence on the MSNBC and NBC News as a host. She then became a Fox News Channel general assignment reporter, and then a Fox & Friends Weekend co-host. From September 2018 till January 2020, Huntsman co-hosted the ABC talk show The View.

At the age of 16, at Good Morning America, Huntsman was working a job behind the scenes. He hated it so much by her own admission that he envisaged giving up on television “forwards.” Huntsman interned for Diane Sawyer, while attending the University of Pennsylvania. Huntsman, having noticed Sawyer’s self-representation and way of presenting news, was so impressed with her that later she would say, “I always think of her as someone I hope I will aspire to be.”