Did meteorologist for “WCCO”, Kylie Bearse, join 9NEWS?
Kylie Bearse was born on 16 March 1989, in Minnesota, USA, which means that she is 29 years old and her zodiac sign is Pisces. Kylie, whose nationality is American, is best known as a TV host and meteorologist who worked for WCCO, and works for 9NEWS as of early 2019.
Is Kylie Engaged?
As she prefers keeping some information behind closed door, Kylie is secretive about this topic, and hasn’t shared any information about her dating history either. This led to the belief that she is single – in fact she has never been married, and doesn’t have any children, but who knows what the future holds for her?
So just how rich is Kylie Bearse as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this meteorologist has a net worth of over $300,000, with her wealth being accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. She hasn’t shared the information regarding her current salary, nor her assets, such as houses and vehicles, but as someone who works steadily, she is certainly able to take care of herself financially.
— Kylie Bearse (@KylieBearseWX) January 12, 2019
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Bearse’s ethnicity, she is Caucasian and has golden brown hair, which she sometimes dyes a shade of two lighter. Her eyes are brown and her look compliments her skin tone. Judging from the photos available on the internet, the beautiful meteorologist has a fit figure, and always looks well put together at events she attends as well as at her job. Speaking about her early life and formative years, her family moved a lot when she was a child, and she lived in New York, Illinois, Massachusetts, prior to her family settling down in Arizona.
Being in the entertainment field, Kylie is naturally active on social media, which she uses to promote her work as well as to communicate with her fans from around the world. She is followed by 12,400 people on Twitter, and one of her latest posts is a photo of a beautiful sunrise with the caption reading “Gorgeous views this morning!”. She has recently shared a photo of herself and her colleague from WCCO, with the caption “Congrats on 50 years and one helluva career, @WCCORosen! So happy I snuck I there at the end to work with you for a few years, you’re the absolute best of the best”. Besides that, many of her fans and friends often tweet about her, and one of her ex-colleagues from WCCO posted a photo of themselves and some other friends saying that they miss her, but are so happy that she enjoys Colorado.
Besides Twitter, Kylie is also active on Instagram, having garnered 9,000 followers. Kylie often posts photos from her private life, letting her fans take a closer look at what her everyday routine is. She has recently shared a photo of her female colleagues, proudly adding “I can’t believe how lucky I am to work with so many incredibly passionate, talented women. Plus, they really know how to brunch! Cheers to 2019!” She has also recently posted a picture of herself, adding how she’s happy it’s finally snowing in the caption, and her fans went on to compliment her looks and leave many other sweet comments.
Having been involved in theatre and improve, Bearse decided to pursue her career on TV, and was directly admitted into the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Colorado. In the upcoming period, she continued studying journalism and international media, interning with KUSA 9News and Warren Miller Entertainment, and serving as a co-host in an episode of MyCampus, getting a chance to work for Fox College Sports. Having graduated, the talented journalist relocated to Idaho, where she worked as a weekend weather anchor and reporter for KIFI. However, being an ambitious and independent woman, she decided to pursue weather forecasting full-time, and took a job opportunity in Salt Lake City, where she forecast the weekend weather at ABC4. Speaking about this experience, she jokingly said that “coming home to Minnesota is like winning the weather lottery”.
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She spent some time working as a Sunday morning weather anchor, weekday reporter and a fill-in at WCCO, joining the network in 2014. However, deciding to try out something new, Kylie landed a new job opening WCCO Mid-Morning one last time in early 2018. The video of Kylie’s last day at work was subsequently uploaded to YouTube, and watched by more than 1,000 people. After that, the talented meteorologist went on to join 9NEWS, where she is working as of today.
In addition to being a meteorologist, Bearse is known for hosting a series entitled “Kylie’s Kids”. In each episode, she meets brave young children battling a variety of diseases, but still living their lives to the fullest. The series can be watched on YouTube, as the majority of the episodes are uploaded there.