Sadler left the network late last year after learning that her on-air partner Jason Kennedy made nearly twice as much money as she did. She said she had to take a stand. While sympathetic, Menounos said simply paying everyone the same isn't always feasible. She cited NBA superstar LeBron James, who earns much more than many of his teammates.
For 17 years, I’ve been working nonstop. I felt like a locomotive going 200 miles an hour. I’d squeeze in time with friends whenever I could. But it was usually work-related, somehow. I used to joke that unless we’re working together, I don’t see people. That was the best way to get together. Then I found out I had a brain tumor.
At least nobody could complain that they weren’t invited. Maria Menounos married Keven Undergaro, her beau of about 20 years, during the live broadcast she was hosting of Fox’s New Year’s Eve special from Times Square in New York City. Her co-host, talk-show and game-show king Steve Harvey, officiated. Menounos, 39, didn’t let the icy temps prevent her from wearing a strapless gown under a sheer lace coat.
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Selecting a term
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