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Giuliana Rancic | Host
In 2011, she launched FabFitFun, a daily newsletter focused on beauty, health and wellness that reaches tens of thousands of readers.
Giuliana is watched by millions each week on the Style Network on her hit reality show, Giuliana & Bill, which recently concluded its fourth season - the highest rated, season to date. Season five of the show is currently airing. She is also a weekly fashion contributor for OK! Magazine where she offers commentary on some of the best looks of the week.
Her book, I Do, Now What?, was recently released by Random House Publishing Group. Giuliana co-authored the book with her husband, Bill Rancic.
Rancic recently created â€œFab-U-Wish,â€ a program to grant fashion, beauty and celebrity-themed wishes to women battling breast cancer. This program is just one aspect of her ongoing mission to help those going through hardships to find happiness and a positive outlook on life. Others include Bright Pink, Operation Smile, Dress For Success, Mercy Home for Boys and Girls in Chicago and the Childrenâ€™s Miracle Networks.
In 2002, she joined E! News as a correspondent and in 2005 became solo anchor and managing editor for the show, taking it from the lowest rated show on the network to number oneâ€¦incredibly within one year.
In 2006, she was joined by co-anchor Ryan Seacrest and currently E! News is the most popular entertainment news program among young adults.
In 2006, Rancic released her highly-praised debut book, Think Like A Guy: How to Get a Guy by Thinking Like One. It is a practical and funny handbook of rules on landing the man of your dreams. She also adapted the book to both film and television and has sold the book rights to Touchstone Television.
Rancic is a force both on-camera and off but her remarkable success didnâ€™t come easily. She is a true result of â€œThe American Dreamâ€ and an inspiration to people, both young and old. She was born in Naples, Italy, in an impoverished neighborhood, and moved to the United States when she was a little girl. Her love affair with television journalism began before she could even speak English â€“ her parents couldnâ€™t afford a tutor, so she learned the language by watching TV. She received a bachelors degree in journalism from the University of Maryland and a masterâ€™s in journalism from American University. While in attendance, Giuliana worked for a capital hill news bureau covering a number of stories related to the Pentagon, Supreme Court, White House and State Department.
She lives in Los Angeles and Chicago with her husband Bill.