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Jason Kennedy (born December 11, 1981 in Ft.marker Lauderdale, Floridamarker) is a correspondent at E! Networks, where he covers national celebrity news.

Kennedy grew up near Fort Lauderdale, Floridamarker, where his love for TV news became apparent, even in his pre-teen years, when he spent countless hours chasing local news trucks and taking taxis to breaking news scenes for a mock-news show he produced and reported, from a studio he created in his own home. The studio was outfitted with 20 televisions, four cameras, a news desk and an editing station.

Kennedy went on to attend the University of Miamimarker, where he received several awards, including the coveted Associated Press Award for Best News Feature in the state of Floridamarker.

Following his graduation from the University of Miami, he moved to Los Angelesmarker in 2004 and landed a job anchoring segments for Open Call on the TV Guide Channel.Since joining the E! Networks team, Kennedy has been a weekend anchor for E! News, hosted the Daily 10 show, and has hosted the "Last Bride Standing" special for E! and covered the death of Anna Nicole Smith in early 2007, near his South Florida hometown. Beginning in May of 2008, Kennedy will host his first Primetime show called "Dance Machine" on ABC. Kennedy was named one of "People Magazine's Hottest Bachelors of 2008" in June 2008.

Trivia

  • Kennedy's first job as a national television host was "Too Hot For Ice" on the America One Television Network, when he was just 17 years old.
  • Kennedy's sister, Kelli Kennedy, is a reporter for the Associated Press in Miamimarker.


  • Kennedy hosted a campus-based television show "Storm Front" while attending the University of Miami.
  • Kennedy was recently named one of ten young stars who will become a leader of the Broadcast industry, in the Los Angeles Times article "Clark Trek: Who Will Become The Next Dick Clark?" (See the story in "external links" below.)
  • Hosted E! Entertainment Special: Last Model Standing:Miami Models.
  • Host of "American Idol Rewind" on FOX and the TV Guide Channel.
  • Entertainment Contributor to "Larry King Live" on CNN and "Today" on NBC.


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