MSNBC’s Tamron Hall; Is she married to her long-time boyfriend Lawrence O’Donnell? What about her Family?
American Broadcast Journalist, former anchor of NBC news and day-side anchor forMSNBC, Tamron Hall currently hosts Deadline: Crime on Investigation Discovery Channel. There has been dating rumors about Hall with the host of The Last Word, Lawrence O’Donnell for more than five years now.
The rising star of American media Tamron has often been linked with Lawrence O’Donnell. Let’s find out more about their relationship.
Is Tamron Hall Married Secretly or is Dating Till Now?
First African-American co-anchor Tamron Hall is unmarried and doesn’t seem to have an affair right now but there are some rumors regarding her married life with David Hall. But this news about their marriage is still not confirmed yet.
While there was another story about the growing relationship between Tamron and Prince. According to Black, this rumor turned out to be false. Tamron said, “we are excellent friends.”
“You can’t date Prince. He’s a great friend. Prince gives me great advice. He gives me tips on what to wear, my hair, you would be surprised. He said, I see you trying to be Audrey and he told me to move the bangs off my face.”
However, there has been another rumor about the secret affair between Tamron and Lawrence O’ Donnell. The rumors about their relationship and dating started to spread out in the media in 2011.
Tamron had rumors of a love relationship with him who was previously in a married relationship with actress Kathryn Harrold.
They have not opened their relationship to the public as they deny their relationship. The reason behind their denial might be the huge age difference (Tamron is 46-year old, and Mr. Lawrence is 66 years old) and a relationship between colleagues.
They have been trying to keep their relation away from the media keeping it as private as possible. However, they have been caught several times in their usual hangouts near their station. According to people, she opened up about the challenges of finding love in an Interview.
Goodbye to the NBC and “The Today Show.”
Tamron Hall and Billy Bush were introduced by NBC as the new team for the 9 a.m. hour of the Today, but now neither of them work at the Network.
Caption: US Weekly’s most stylish New Yorkers including Tamron Hall and Billy Bush
Hall left both Today and MSNBC show with the arrival of Megyn Kelly. NBC said she decided to move. She had been a co-worker with Al Roker of the Today’s show, the third hour for three years.
According to The New York Times, NBC said in its statement, “Tamron is an exceptional journalist, we valued and enjoyed her work at ‘Today’ and MSNBC and hoped that she would decide to stay,”
“We are disappointed that she has chosen to leave, but we wish her all the best.”
Also, in NBC statement, Tamron said,
“The last ten years have been beyond anything I could have imagined, and I’m grateful. I’m also very excited about the next chapter. To all my great colleagues, I will miss you, and I will be rooting for you.”
And according to Mail Online, she has posted a video in which she has thanked her fans for their love and support. She also shares what she has been up to since she left her career as a host on both NBC and MSNBC.
‘Ok, what have I been doing all day today?’ she said at the beginning of the video which she filmed inside her walk-in closet.
A short bio of Tamron Hall
Born on September 16, 1970, Tamron Hall is an American Broadcast Journalist who was born to Mary Newton. She has one elder sister, Renate Hall who was murdered and the case about her murder is still unsolved. She shared some things about her sister’s murder mystery in Mail Online.
47 years old Tamron Hall’s ethnicity has been questioned many times, so her ethnicity is mixed, giving rise to a unique feature. She is associated with various Networks like KBTX, WFLD, and MSNBC since 2007.
Instagram: Tamron Hall’s childhood photo
Hall had nominations for Emmy award for her costume report segment in 1999. She won an Emmy in October 2010, for serving as a reporter for the NBC. In 2010, she also received the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Award. In 2011, she was nominated for another Emmy for her segment, Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall.