There’s nothing sexier than beautiful women who have brains to back it up, and that’s exactly the case with these 30 jaw-dropping female news anchors. We present you with the list of 30 hottest female news anchors who definitely don’t get enough credit for being some of the most gorgeous women on the planet.

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Courtney Friel – A lot of people consider Courtney one of the hottest female news anchors, and for a good reason. Before she got her current job as a reporter in Los Angeles, California, Friel posed for popular magazines like FHM and Maxim. She was a hostess for the World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel as well, before joining Fox News Channel back in 2007. She currently works as a news anchor for KKLA-TV.

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Megyn Kelly – At the moment, Megyn anchors America Live on Fox News Channel. What’s really interesting about Kelly is the fact that she already had a very successful career before making the switch to TV. She graduated from law school and practiced law for nine years before deciding to change the course of her career. First she got a general reporting position for an ABC affiliate, but it wasn’t long before Fox News discovered her talents and invited her to join their company. Besides hosting America Live, she also co-anchors important events, such as network’s 2012 coverage of the presidential primaries. She even moderated two presidential debates!

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Tamron Hall – Tamron works as a national correspondent for NBC’s Today. This beautiful and successful woman always had her eyes set on broadcast journalism and it didn’t take long before she was sitting at the anchor desk. After she graduated from Temple University, she got a smalltime gig in Dallas, but soon enough she got a much more attractive position in Chicago. In 2007, she took her talents to MSNBC, where she was a general reporter and fill-in anchor. Today, she is a day-side anchor for MSNBC, and also hosts her her own program called NewsNation with Tamron Hall.

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Brooke Baldwin – Don’t let her last name fool you, Brooke is not connected to the famous actors. The beautiful 32-year-old hold a double bachelor’s degree in journalism and Spanish from the University of North Carolina. She currently anchors CNN Newsroom, but she worked her way up to that position by starting out with less attractive anchor positions in West Virginia and Washington D.C. She was noticed in 2008, and she got the opportunity to join CNN, where she now runs the show from 2-4 PM.

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Jenna Lee – Jennifer Anne Lee is considered to be one of Fox’s brightest and most reliable anchors. Lee graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in English. She also holds a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She started out as a freelance writer for Forbes.com, before joining the company full time. Lee was then hired by Fox Business Network, where she co-anchored several early morning business news shows, before transitioning to Fox News Channel where she co-anchors Happening Now with Jon Scott.

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Gigi Stone – Gigi is a New York City native, and she works as a correspondent for Bloomberg Television. She covered everything from breaking news to business, but her speciality is covering entertainment and businesses of media. She is also a co-host of Bloomberg Enterprise, a show that profiles CEOs of up-and-coming companies. Before she joined Bloomberg in 2009, Gigi worked for ABC News, and was a New York-based correspondent for Good Morning America, as well as an anchor for ABC News Now.

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Georgie Thompson – Georgie is a popular English television presenter. She has a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Leeds. Shortly upon her graduation, Thompson got a job as a production assistant for GMTV, and two years later she moved to Sky Sports. She was a presenter on Sky Sports News, and has covered some of the biggest sporting events including the US Open, A1 Grand Prix, America’s Cup and the 2011 Wimbledon Championship. Popular British magazine FHM named her one of 100 sexiest females in the world.

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Alex Wagner – Alex’ rise to the anchor desk is definitely not your usual story. After she graduated from Brown University, Alex gave journalism a shot and was met with success. It wasn’t long before she became an editor-in-chief at the Fader, where she worked for four years, before deciding to move to TV. She is now the anchor of her own political show on MSNBC called Now with Alex Wagner. How impressive is that?

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Julia Banderas – Not long after she graduated from Emerson College, this gorgeous lady started off her broadcast career with a smalltime gig in a news station in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She then got a few jobs behind the anchor desk at local news stations in a couple of states before eventually moving to New York. In 2005, Julia got a job at Fox News, where she became a weekend co-host of two shows. She currently hosts Fox & Friends First on weekdays.

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Susan Li – The Hong Kong-based anchor for Bloomberg Television is truly something else. Not only is she very beautiful, but she’s one of the graduate from the University of Toronto and has worked in several countries in a short period of time. She got her first gig at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and went on to work as an anchor for CCTV in China. In 2006, she joined Bloomberg TV, where she currently anchors her own show First Up with Susan Li. Back in 2012, she got an award for Best News Program at the 17th Asian Television Awards.

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Robin Meade – Robin was not only voted Sexiest Newscaster by an online poll by readers of the popular Playboy magazine, but she’s a very talented anchor as well. She graduated from New London High School, and began her career as a reporter at WMFD-TV in Ohio. She slowly worked her way up and made her debut on CNN Headline News in September of 2001. She currently hosts Morning Express with Robin Meade on every weekday morning.

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Melissa Theuriau – The popular French journalist was born in Échirolles, France in 1978, and went on to study journalism. She obtained a Master’s degree in Audiovisual Journalism from the Institute of Communication and Media. It didn’t take long for her to become the editor-in-chief for Metropole 6. Not too long after, she became the presenter of Zone Interdite, which gained her worldwide popularity. She’s been named the most beautiful news reporter in France a couple of times, as well as one of the most beautiful news reporters globally.

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Abby Huntsman – Abby started out in the industry when she was very young. She got a behind-the-scenes position at Good Morning America when she was just 16 years old. She then went on to attend the University of Pennsylvania, after which she got a job as a political commentator for ABC News in Washington D.C. Abby then co-hosted MSNBC program called The Cycle, and in 2015 she got a job as a general assignment reporter for Fox News Channel. Can you imagine Abby did all of that and she just turned 30?

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Betty Liu – Betty is an award-winning business journalist, who graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in English. Before becoming a correspondent for Bloomberg TV, Betty was the youngest Taiwan Bureau Chief for Dow Jones Newswires in history. After she left Dow Jones, Betty worked for the Financial Times for a while, before moving to Asia to work as an anchor for CNBC Asia. She anchored her own show called In the Loop with Betty Liu for 8 years.

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Kimberly Guilfoyle – Kimberly graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Davis, after which she got her Juris Doctor from the University of San Francisco School of Law. Besides being extremely sexy, Kimberly is also one of the most valuable members of The Five’s on-air team, often providing amazing legal and political analysis. Besides this gig on Fox News Channel, she is also a contributor to The O’Reilly Factor and Hannity. Guilfoyle used to be an anchor on Court TV as well.

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Krystal Ball – Not long after obtaining a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Virginia, Krystal decided to run for United States Congress as a Democratic Party nominee in her home state of Virginia. Unfortunately, she lost to a Republican nominee. Ball then decided to make a career switch by becoming a co-host on the popular MSNBC’s afternoon news show The Cycle. Krystal also hosted her own show called Krystal Clear on MSNBC’s digital platform Shift.

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Margaret Brennan – Margaret is based in Washington D.C., where she works for CBS News covering the U.S. State Department primarily. She was one of the top graduates at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, where she earner a B.A. in Foreign Affairs and Middle East Studies. Before she got the current gig, she contributed to NBC’s Today and Nightly News, and was an anchor at Bloomberg TV as well. She produced interviews with some big names including former Secretary of State Colin Powell and former President George W. Bush.

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Michelle Kosinski – Michelle is currently a White House correspondent for CNN. Prior to this engagement, she was a foreign correspondent for NBC News based in London, and before that she worked for the same company in Atlanta. She covered many big events in during her career, including the war in Afghanistan, 2010 Haiti earthquake, terrorists plots in Europe and more. Back in 2009, she won an Emmy award for NBC News’ special coverage of 2008 United States presidential elections.

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Natalie Morales – Natalie works for NBC News as a news anchor on the Today Show. She also co-anchors on others programs like NBC Nighly News and Dateline NBC. Morales has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She has dual majors in Latin American studies and journalism. Shortly after college, she started pursuing a career in journalism and before she got a job at NBC News, Natalie worked for a number of different companies including WVIT-TV and MSNBC.

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Norah O’Donnell – Ever since she joined CBS This Morning in the summer of 2012, Norah has been a force to be reckoned with. Before this gig, she was a Chief White House Correspondent for CBS News. She also worked for NBC a few years. O’Donnell holds a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy, as well as a master’s degree in liberal studies from Georgetown University. Norah won several awards during her career, including an Emmy for NBC News’ Election Night, back in 2008.

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Alicia Menendez – Alicia is the host of Come Here and Say That on Fusion, the cable network that’s a joint project by ABC News and Univision. Prior to this gig, Alicia was a host at HuffPost Live, which is the streaming video network launched by The Huffington Post. Alicia graduated from Harvard College back in 2005. Not only did she prove to be an amazing host, but she’s also a frequent guest on numerous popular channel including CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News Channel. On top of that, Menendez is also a writer.

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Brianna Golodryga – Bianna is the finance and news anchor at Yahoo. Before she got this job, she used to work as a co-anchor of ABC’s Good Morning America. Brianna was born in Moldova, Soviet Union, but her family moved to Houston, Texas when she was only two years old. This is where she finished college. Golodryga is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, and holds a degree in Russian/East European studies. She started her career as a producer at CNBC, before becoming an on-air correspondent and later anchor.

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Charlotte Hawkins – Charlotte is an English TV presenter and journalist currently working for ITV. After graduating with a BA in English Literature from the University of Manchester, she began her career with ITN as a news reader and reporter, only to leave a couple of years later to join Sky News. She was a co-host of Sunrise each Monday to Thursday, but after eight years she left the channel. She then returned to ITV, where she currently co-presents the ITV breakfast show called Good Morning Britain.

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Lara Logan – This beauty comes all the way from South Africa, where she works as a TV journalist and war correspondent. Lara is also the chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBC News, as well as a correspondent for CBS’ 60 Minutes. Over the years, she worked with numerous news station from around the globe, including ITN, CBS News, ABC News, NBC, CNN and more. Lara won more than 10 prestigious awards for her amazing work over the years.

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Maria Menounos – Maria is truly one of a kind. Not only is this beautiful lady a journalist and a TV host, but she also acts and is an occasional professional wrestler! She graduated from Boston’s Emerson College, and has since worked with many news stations, including Channel One News and NBC. She then went on to work for E! Entertainment where she hosted a show called Extra for three year. Starting from July 2015, she’s the co-anchor of E! News.

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Sara Carbonero – This stunning young woman is a popular Spanish sports journalist. She began her career as a TV presenter for Telecinco at the young age of 16, before she decided to go to college and get a Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid. Her boyfriend is the famous soccer player Iker Casillas, and the legend says he was so distracted by her beauty during the 2012 FIFA World Cup (she was reporting very close to the goal where Cassilas was) that Spain lost to Switzerland. As a result of this, she became one of the most photographed people of the World Cup. In 2009, Sara was voted the sexiest reporter in the world by FHM.

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Vanessa Huppenkothen – Vanessa is a popular Mexican presenter and model. After finishing high school, she moved to Mexico City to study International Relations. She started modeling along with her studies, which later gave her opportunity to land a job as a sports journalist at the Mexican station called Televise Deportes. She covered many important events including 2008 Summer Olympic Games, 2010 FIFA World Cup, as well as the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Vanessa has fans all over the globe, and for a good reason – she’s gorgeous!

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Angie Lau – Angie is an anchor for Bloomberg TV. She was born in Hong Kong, but she moved to Canada to get a degree in journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto. Right now, she is based in Hong Kong where she hosts a show called First Up. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Angie was a consumer reporter and anchor for ABC in Ohio. She’s a member of the Asian American Journalists Association and has received the Excellence in Journalism Award for her investigative reporting.

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Lindsay Czarniak – Lindsay is a very successful sports anchor and reporter. After graduating from James Madison University in Virginia with a major in online journalism, Lindsay worked for the local NBC television affiliate in Washington, D.C. She left that gig to join ESPN, where she’s a SportsCenter anchor. Czarniak was a host for NBC Sports coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, which were held in Beijing, China. Here’s a fun fact about Lindsay – she went to high school with the popular rapper and actor Ludcaris.

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Charissa Thompson – Charissa is a TV host and sportscaster for Fox Sports 1. She co-hosts on Fox Sports Live, as well as the entertainment news show called Extra. She attended community college in California before transferring to the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she graduated with a degree in Law and Society. Although she worked for Fox Sports for most of her career, she joined ESPN in 2011, where she co-hosted the show Numbers Never Lie, only to return to Fox Sports two years later.