Who Are the Ladies on Fox News?

The Fox News ladies are some of the most beautiful and talented women in the business. But who are they? Get to know the faces and the stories behind the Fox News ladies.

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Fox News is an American cable news network owned by Fox Corporation. The network is known for its right-leaning political commentary, and its roster of female hosts has been praised by some as providing a welcome alternative to the mostly male pundits found on other cable news networks.

So, who are the ladies of Fox News? Here’s a look at some of the most popular female hosts on the network.

The Five

The Five is a panel show on Fox News Channel that airs at 5:00 pm ET, Monday through Friday. The show is made up of five panelists, and the topics of discussion are typically politics, pop culture, and current events. The show is hosted by Kimberly Guilfoyle, one of the panelists. The other panelists are Dana Perino, Juan Williams, Jesse Watters, and Greg Gutfeld.

Kimberly Guilfoyle

Kimberly Guilfoyle is a co-host of The Five, appearing weekdays at 5 p.m. ET on Fox News Channel.

Guilfoyle originally joined Fox News as a legal analyst in 2006 and became a co-host of The Five in 2011.

A well-respected attorney, Guilfoyle previously served as an assistant district attorney in San Francisco and Los Angeles. She prosecuted cases ranging from misdemeanor to first degree murder before transitioning into law practice, specializing in white collar criminal defense, Warsemberg & Giovinazzo, and Later Kayser, Wankel & De Phillips.

In addition to her work on The Five, Guilfoyle also co-hosts Fox News’ New Year’s Eve All American Special with Bill Hemmer.

Dana Perino

Dana Perino is an American political commentator and author who served as the twenty-fourth White House Press Secretary, serving under President George W. Bush from September 14, 2007, to January 20, 2009. She was the second woman to hold the office of White House Press Secretary. She is currently a co-host of Fox News Channel’s “The Five” and also appears as a political commentator on various Fox News programs.

Early life and education
Perino was born in Evanston, Wyoming, on May 9, 1972, to Janice (née Jantzi), a homemaker, and Leo Raymond Perino, who worked in the oil and gas industry. She has two brothers, Adam and Dan. Perino was raised in Denver, Colorado; Dallas, Texas; and outside Casper, Wyoming. While enrolled at Poudre Valley High School in Fort Collins,[5] Colorado,[6] she captained her school’s debate team and competed in student council elections before graduating in 1990 as class president.[7]

She then attended Colorado State University–Pueblo (then named Southern Colorado State College) before transferring to Colorado State University in Fort Collins from which she graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications and minors in both political science and Spanish.

Meghan McCain

The daughter of late Senator John McCain, Meghan McCain is a co-host on Fox News’ “The Five.” She is known for her strong opinions and outspoken personality.

McCain joined “The Five” in 2017, after previously working as a commentator and contributor for Fox News. She has also worked as a columnist for “The Daily Beast” and “The Washington Post.”

Harris Faulkner

Born in Atlanta, Harris Faulkner is the daughter of a Lenoir-Rhyne professor and a nurse. Faulkner attended the University of California at Santa Barbara on a full scholarship, where she double-majored in mass communications and Spanish. Faulkner’s first job was as a weather anchor for a local television station in Santa Barbara. From there, her career took her to news stations in Greenville, Knoxville, Albuquerque, and eventually to Fox News Channel in 2005.

Faulkner has won several awards for her work as a journalist, including an Emmy and a Murrow. In 2016, she was inducted into the North Carolina Journalism Hall of Fame.

Martha MacCallum

Martha MacCallum is the host of The Story with Martha MacCallum, a nightly political news program on Fox News Channel.

MacCallum was born in Buffalo, New York, and attended St. Lawrence University, where she majored in political science. After graduation, she worked as a consultant for Republican campaigns in several states before moving to CNBC in 1991.

At CNBC, MacCallum was the co-anchor of Morning Call with Tyler Mathisen and Dennis Kneale. She also served as a regular substitute anchor for Tom Brokaw on NBC Nightly News and MSNBC’s The News with Brian Williams.

In 2006, MacCallum joined Fox News Channel as the host of The Live Desk, a daytime news program. In 2010, she began hosting America’s Newsroom, another daytime news program. And in 2016, she became the host of The Story with Martha MacCallum.

MacCallum is married to Daniel John Gregory, an executive vice president at Carillon Associates LLC, a New York City-based investment firm. They have three children together.

Fox News Contributors

Fox News has many female contributors who offer their perspectives on the network. Some of these female contributors have their own show, while others are regular faces on the network. Regardless, they all offer something unique to Fox News. Who are these ladies? Let’s take a look.

Lisa Boothe

Lisa Boothe is a Fox News contributor and president of her own communications firm, High Noon Strategies. She has worked on several Republican political campaigns and is a regular commentator on the Fox News Channel.

Katie Pavlich

Katie Pavlich is a news contributor for Fox News. She is also the author of the New York Times Bestselling book, “Assault & Flattery: The Truth About the Left and Their War on Women.”

Pavlich was born and raised in Arizona. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona, where she studied broadcast journalism and was a member of the National Rifle Association’s Collegiate Shooting Sports Program. She has also worked as an editor for Townhall.com and as a contributor to The Hill newspaper.

Rachel Campos-Duffy

Rachel Campos-Duffy is a television personality, author, and political commentator who has hosted a number of shows on the Fox News and MSNBC networks. She is of Mexican and Portuguese descent and is married to Congressman Sean Duffy. The couple has seven children.


We hope you enjoyed our guide to some of the most popular female Fox News anchors. We think these women are all smart, successful, and beautiful. But most importantly, we think they are great at their jobs and we enjoy watching them on TV.

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