Rancic has become a staple in the entertainment industry, and it's difficult to picture a big Hollywood event without her presence.An Italian immigrant, this host-with-the-most has worked hard to reach her level of success, and has seemed to stay grounded throughout it all.It was horrifying to have my name in a headline with words I have never been associated with in my life…There were about 50 sets of eyeballs on set that day…And not one person thought that it had the undertones that it ended up having once it aired because they heard it in context." With all of the negative comments and media thunderstorm, Rancic learned a lesson she keeps with her.She continued on to say, "It was a very unfortunate incident…I'm so regretful that people interpreted the joke [as they did]. And I learned a really important lesson that if people are offended, it doesn't matter the intent." about the comments, saying, "I thought to myself, 'God, if someone really thought I had an eating disorder, what a horrible way to approach it." The truth, Rancic shared, was that the cancer-suppressing medication she was taking had a possible effect of weight loss.And I pray for them all…I can now declare, with immense gratitude and God's love, that I can feel the sun shining on my face.And I can also say that I'm finally…OK." In 2012, Rancic and her husband had big news to share with the world: they were expecting their first child.I was so excited I could barely speak…When we got back to his house, he had roses and rose petals scattered everywhere and a big chocolate cake sitting next to a bottle of our favorite wine.It was the best night of my life." The two wed in 2007 in Italy.
She described the experience to the , saying, "As for graduate school, American University has a terrific program that allows students to experience reporting in the nation's capital.
The weekly classes were the highlight of my week." But even though it was what she wanted, Rancic was an insecure teen. I don't mind it now, but back in the day I hated it.
When asked by what she would tell her 17-year-old self, she said, "I was pretty hard on myself appearance-wise, too. I would tell myself that what I think is ugly at 17 is actually what's going to be pretty about me later.
You don't have to be the prettiest to become the best, and what I don't like about myself now is what's actually going to set me apart from everyone later and help me land my dream job!
" described, her family thought she would marry her boyfriend at the time and work at the family business after school, but Rancic had other plans.