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She described the experience to the , saying, "As for graduate school, American University has a terrific program that allows students to experience reporting in the nation's capital.
Each day, we would choose a different beat to cover: the Supreme Court, the Pentagon, the White House, the State Department, or Capitol Hill," she said. I wouldn't have been able to get that kind of experience at many other schools. …Because it got me fired, and then it got me hired." , Rancic interviewed him, but both of them were in relationships.
She continued on to say, "I've worked day in and day out for 14 years.
I'm looking forward to being able to stay in bed a little longer with Duke every morning and take him to school and on play dates! On top of that, she wanted to take the time to be a mom to her son, Duke.
It was the best night of my life." The two wed in 2007 in Italy.
) at the time, "The second I heard the 'cancer,' I just remember my head went down, the ground went away and I just dropped through the earth, and I was just dropping, falling…It's not easy talking about it because it's like the worst second of your life.
She continued on to say, "It was a very unfortunate incident…I'm so regretful that people interpreted the joke [as they did]. And I learned a really important lesson that if people are offended, it doesn't matter the intent." about the comments, saying, "I thought to myself, 'God, if someone really thought I had an eating disorder, what a horrible way to approach it." The truth, Rancic shared, was that the cancer-suppressing medication she was taking had a possible effect of weight loss.
I want to grow as a person, as a businesswoman, as a host, and in order for me to grow, I need to take on a new venture and new challenges." Aside from her career, family took center stage for the 40-year-old Rancic.
It was a bohemian-chic reference, not about race, nor would it ever be.
It was horrifying to have my name in a headline with words I have never been associated with in my life…There were about 50 sets of eyeballs on set that day…And not one person thought that it had the undertones that it ended up having once it aired because they heard it in context." With all of the negative comments and media thunderstorm, Rancic learned a lesson she keeps with her.
It's just awful…Everything you expect that conversation is going to be like — it's a hundred times worse, maybe a million times worse, because those are the words you never want to hear." In December, the E!
host underwent a double mastectomy, and today is cancer free.