Blonde ambition takes on a whole new meaning at HGTV. Home improvement enthusiasts have discovered dozens of talented decorators, real estate moguls, contractors and more on their favorite network. Beyond these experts, four beautiful and creative blondes have been participants in popular HGTV shows.
Nancy O'Dell hosted HGTV's “Celebrities at Home.” This Emmy Award-winning journalist is also a host, producer, author and entrepreneur. As talented as she is gorgeous, Nancy was the valedictorian of her high school class and graduated summa cum laude from Clemson University. Fans now watch her co-hosting the popular entertainment news program “Entertainment Tonight.” Before “ET,” Nancy was the co-anchor of “Access Hollywood.”
Nancy has contributed to countless television programs, films and television series. She has been honored with three Associated Press Awards and more. Nancy launched her own line of outdoor furniture, Red Carpet Furniture by Nancy O'Dell. She is also a philanthropist who makes time for causes such as ALS and the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Nancy O'Dell resides in Los Angeles with her husband Keith Zubchevich, their daughter and her two stepsons.
Beth Ostrosky Stern is the pretty and accomplished wife of Howard Stern. Beth hosted two HGTV shows, “Mom Caves” and “Posh Pets: Lifestyles of the Rich and Furry.” The Pennsylvania native moved to New York at 19 years old and embarked on a successful career. She traveled around the globe working with catalogs and magazines. When Beth returned to New York, she continued to work on national commercials and catalogs.
Beth Stern, a NYC resident, is now a household name. Her distinctive countenance graces a variety of magazine covers. She has worked at a TV host and correspondent. Beth has been a guest on numerous shows including “David Letterman,” “Rachael Ray,” “The Nate Berkus Show” and more. She has also served as a mentor on “America's Next Top Model.” Beth is an advocate for animal rescue centers and the national spokesperson for The North Shore Animal League, the largest no-kill animal shelter in the world.
HGTV fans are looking forward to “The Jennie Garth Project,” which premieres on September 16. Jennie Garth skyrocketed to success with her role as Kelly Taylor on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” In the summer of 2014, Jennie re-teamed with “90210” alumni Tori Spelling the the ABC Family series, “Mystery Girls.” In “The Jennie Garth Project,” the star will renovate her dated Hollywood Hills, California home. Jennie has starred in numerous TV shows and movies over the years.
Beyond her work as a actress, Jennie made her comedy debut as the sister of Amanda Bynes in “What I Like About You.” Jennie added the title of author to her lengthy resume in 2014 when she released her first memoir titled, “Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde.” Jennie supports a variety of causes including Kids Vision for Life, The American Heart Association, Water 4, Lollipop Theater Network, Stand Up to Cancer and Autism Speaks. Jennie Garth lives in Los Angles with her three daughters.
Sandra Lee revolutionized the term homemade as a Food Network host, editor-in-chief of “Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade” magazine and best-selling author. Sandra Lee has hosted an array of holiday specials on HGTV including “Holiday Homecoming,” “Magical Merry Christmas” and more. Sandra's trademark is the 70/30 homemade philosophy which is showcased on Food Network's, “Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee.”
Sandra attended the University of Wisconsin and is now a New York resident. She launched several lines of home, garden and craft products including Kurtain Kraft. Sandra produced a successful DIY home improvement series and worked with QVC. As a philanthropist, she supports organizations such as UNICEF, Share Our Strength, God's Love We Deliver and Project Angel Food. Recently Sandra Lee was part of the fun-loving “Girls Night In” project with Butterfly Kiss wines and the movie “The Other Woman.” Sandra offered sensational recipes in the kit. Since 2002, she has written 19 cooking and entertainment books.
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