What happened to Kaylee Hartung, CNN News reporter?
Kaylee Hartung was born under the zodiac sign of Scorpio on 7 November 1985, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA, which means that she is 33 years old and her nationality is American. Hartung is best known as a CNN reporter, who has worked on prominent projects such as “CNN Today” and “ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime”, thus rising to fame.
So just how rich is Kaylee Hartung as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this journalist and reporter has a net worth of over $1 million, accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. Reportedly, her salary is around $100,000 and she also makes money through contracts with brands that she promotes. She hasn’t revealed any information regarding her assets such as houses and vehicles, but working steadily, she is certainly able to support herself financially.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Kaylee’s ethnicity, she is Caucasian and has dark hair and eyes, which suits her complexion perfectly. Judging from the photos on the internet, Hartung has a fit figure and looks well put together, indicating that she spends time and money on her looks. Unfortunately, the beautiful reporter hasn’t shared much about her early life and formative years, as she prefers to keep this information a secret. Speaking about her education, Kaylee was a student of the Episcopal School of Baton Rouge and Washington and Lee University.
Is Kaylee Married? Husband and Family
Reportedly, Hartung is single as of today and has never been married. However, she indicated that she would like to tie the knot, describing her perfect type of guy as with a classic look and someone who is well put together. She also said that she likes men who take care of their style and put thought into it, taking pride in their appearance. There have been certain rumors regarding her relationship status and an alleged affair with Tim Tebow, New York Mets baseball outfielder, however, those rumors turned out to be fake.
Being in the entertainment field, Kaylee is naturally active on social media and uses her accounts to communicate with her fans as well as to promote her work. On Twitter she’s being followed by over 100,000 people – one of the latest tweets reads “Details of #JazmineBarnes murder pouring out of probable cause hearing for Eric Black Jr. He admitted to police he drove while another man shot at Jazmine’s car. Source who tipped sheriff says suspects shot Jazmine BY MISTAKE. Learned they fired into wrong car after watching news”. She has been very invested in the mentioned case, often re-tweeting HSCO Texas’ tweets about it, hoping that the murder would be solved. Besides that, many fans reach out to her and write about her, as one enthusiast wished her good morning, adding that he was watching her and her friends on TV.
Hartung is also active on Instagram, on which she often shares photos from her private life, letting her followers take a closer look at what’s going on behind the scenes. She is followed by almost 60,000 people on that social media, and one of her latest posts is a photo of herself and her colleagues, with many fans complimenting Kaylee’s stunning looks. She has also recently posted a photo of herself in Malibu, covering the story regarding the Woosley Fire there, adding that her heart goes out to all the people and communities affected by the devastation. In late October 2018, the reporter met one of her favorite singers, Ciara, and shared a photo of them together.
Kaylee made her debut in 2012, when she worked on “2012 Gildan New Mexico Bowl” as a sideline reporter, and followed by working in the same position on “2012 Sheraton Hawaii Bowl” in the same year. She then worked on several minor projects, finally joining “SEC Nation” in 2014, and working on its 31 episodes over the course of two years.
In 2015, she worked as a sideline reporter for “ESPN College Football Thursday Primetime”, appearing in its four episodes, then on “2016 Las Vegas Bowl”, and in 2017 had several projects, including “2017 Allstate Sugar Bowl” and “The Lead with Jake Tapper”. Most importantly in that year, she joined “CNN Newsroom” her most prominent project yet. Having a lot on her plate, she joined the cast of “Inside Politics” and “Erin Burnett OutFront” as a correspondent in both. In 2018, she appeared in four episodes of “Anderson Cooper Full Circle”, the series which covers the news in interactive ways, and gives its viewers a chance to engage in the covered stories.
Continuing to work at a steady pace, Hartung was a co-host of “Early Start” in 2018, and in the same year, she had even more projects, such as “New Day” and “At This Hour”. Overall, Kaylee has had 19 gigs on TV, and there is surely more to come for her as she is recognized as a talented, charming and hardworking young woman.