Zuri Hall Biography, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Sister, Salary and Instagram

Zuri Hall Biography

Zuri Hall is an American television personality. Zuri is an Emmy Award winning TV host and is the co-anchor of E! News. She is the former host of MTV’s after-shows and reunions for the popular reality game show The Challenge.

She has appeared on E!’s Fashion Police with Joan Rivers and has been a recurring guest on VH1’s Big Morning Buzz Live. She is also known for her lifestyle YouTube channel, titled Hey Zuri Hall which has more than 5 million views & 95,000+  subscribers.

Zuri Hall Age

Zuri Hall was born on 2 June 1988 in Toledo, Ohio, United States. She is 30 years old as 2018.

Zuri Hall Height

She stands at a height of 5′ 7″ (1.7 m) weighing 56 kg (123.46 lbs).

Zuri Hall Boyfriend

She is in a relationship with Mettin Copper. The couple first met while playing soccer in Ohio. Zuri & Mettin have a shared Youtube account ” Zuri & Mettin” with over 33K subscribers, where they’ve shared their love story, and also have done the “Inter-racial“ Tag where they talk about their struggles and beauty of being an inter-racial couple.

According to some sources, the couple is enjoying a live-in relationship and we just can’t say if they are planning to tie the knot soon or something else.

Zuri Hall Education

She is a graduate of Ohio State University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Strategic Communication and a minor in Theatre.

Zuri Hall Career

Before joining E! News, Zuri was an on-air personality at MTV, where she also hosted the Aftershows for MTV’s hit reality game series, ‘The Challenge’, and various one-off specials including 21 Century Fox’s Million Dollar Maze Runner competition.

She also worked as an official MC for the Indiana Pacers’ home games for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 NBA seasons. Previously, she emceed for the MiLB’s Indianapolis Indians, the WNBA’s Indiana Fever, and the 2011 Big Ten Tournament.

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Zuri also served as the MC for the NCAA Women’s Final Four entertainment events, and “Tourney Town” for three years – Indianapolis in 2011, Denver in 2012, and Nashville in 2013.

In 2012, she was the official MC for the Super Bowl Village, a 10-day-long entertainment for Super Bowl XLVI, in Indianapolis. In the same year, she was featured as a guest correspondent on BET’s 106 & Park. She was the co-host of ‘Trending 10: Live’, a daily music countdown show on Fuse TV.

Zuri was the first female to win the position of Face of MyINDY-TV after she competed against hundreds the position. At WNDY-TV in Indianapolis, Zuri covered local events, starred in station PSAs, and interviewed celebrities.

She has interviewed numerous celebrities including Iggy Azalea, Rita Ora, Grammy nominated pop stars Jason Derulo, B.o.B., and alt/rock band Paramore; her star-studded sit-downs are an eclectic variety – from the British girl group Little Mix to hip-hop heavyweights T.I. and Rick Ross.

Zuri Hall Salary | Zuri Hall Net Worth

The information about what she earns or about her net worth are not known to the public.

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Zuri Hall Interview

Zuri talks about how she got her job and offers some advice.

Source: artsandsciences.osu.edu

Tell us about yourself. 

I was a four-year Morrill Scholar and graduated from Ohio State with a BA in strategic communication and a minor in theatre. I was an active member of the Black Student Theatre Network and of Ohio Union Television.

What do you do for E! Entertainment Television?

I’m an on-air correspondent for E! News, and every day is different. Some days I do stand-ups and traditional host-reads in the newsroom or in-studio, on the E! News set. Other evenings I’m covering film premiere red carpets. I do one-on-one sit-down interviews with musicians, actors and entertainers. During awards season, I’m a special correspondent/co-host for E!’s popular Live From the Red Carpet shows. I also produce, so I write and oversee the editing of those stories, from start to finish.

How did you land your job?

Developing and utilizing professional relationships is a major part of any industry. Being represented by a well-connected agency is a major help. My agent knew the position was going to become available, and when she told me about it, I jumped at the opportunity. An agent can get you into a room, but your talent and experience is what keeps you there.

What advice would you give to students looking to enter your industry?

You have to create to keep your skills sharp, and you must develop a fresh perspective. Everyone has something to say, and in this digital age it’s easy to be drowned out in all the noise. So sharpen your craft, your delivery, the lens through which you view and communicate to the world. That’s what will make viewers want to hear “the same old information” from you, instead of the next person.

“My tenacity is the one quality that has kept me afloat in difficult times. Success is not a straight and simple path, so be open to the winding road of life.” {Zuri Hall}

You have to want it more, be more patient and outwork your competition. True talent grouped with persistence and dedication will eventually make room for your breakthrough. There is more than one route to the same destination. Look at detours or setbacks as alternate routes that will prepare you for the place you are meant to eventually arrive.

What is your fondest Ohio State memory?

Football season! It’s not one specific memory; it’s the crisp, chilly air. The beauty of autumn as leaves change to burgundy, orange and gold while you walk alongside Mirror Lake. The high energy of game days when our team plays in the ’Shoe. Sweater weather and a fresh school year.