Sandra Smith

Sandra Smith joined FOX Business Network (FBN) as a reporter in October 2007. A graduate of Louisiana State University, Smith began her career as a research associate at Aegis Capital. There, she assisted in the research and analysis of retail stocks.

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15 thoughts on “10 Of The Most Beautiful Fox News Ladies Ever”

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  2. ………………………. Got their jobs because of their looks, very sad…………………………………..

  3. I am a woman and I would rather look at a beautiful, smart, talented group of women and their not too shabby cohosts (men) instead of the likes of Rachel Maddow. They are easy on the eyes, but what is wrong with that? The FOX women can be a bit underdressed or over dressed like Megyn Kelley in her tight leather skirts or the blond beauty queen, whose name escapes me, who always was dressed like she was headed to a cocktail party, but the news was fair and balanced and spot on. MSNBC and CNN can have their dogs…bow-wow.

  4. …so what this implies is that you have to be good looking to report the news??? I don’t care what “she” or “he” looks like, just tell me what’s in the news! In fact, I think all of the short hemlines and clevage is in bad taste for a day-time, family program. And, several older women look like they’re trying too hard with all the make-up and glamour. Ladies, aren’t you better than all that? Or, are you auditioning for something else?

  5. perfect solution for the idiot that is willing to be distracted by a pretty face reciting poorly sculpted articles…many of which border on overly slanted and barely factual.

  6. You got it wrong!
    Shannon bream is one of the most beautiful ladies I’ve ever seen in my life. Megan Kelly cannot hold hay beside her!!!!

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