WEEKNIGHTS 7:00 & 11:30
Forget all the prep work before an interview. Forget the makeup, hair and wardrobe options. Every day at around noon my mind is consumed with one of life's toughest decisions:
What should I eat for lunch?
It's a dilemma that I share with my colleagues Ashlan Gorse and Kristina Guerrero. (Side note, I refuse to ask Giuliana, because she once offered me a Tic Tac for lunch, but I digress.)
I'm getting tired of my usual PB&J sandwich at the deli downstairs or a slice from the pizza place next door. I was beginning to lose hope when in an instant a miracle took place: A Chipotle was being built within walking distance of our office! I couldn't sleep for months in anticipation, but finally the day had arrived: the GRAND OPENING! The day felt like a hazy dream, but my goodness this was no dream. This was really happening!
Let's be honest, Ashlan actually goes to Chipotle more than me—they even gave her a free lunch for being a loyal customer yesterday. Anywho, today I'm going with another one of my favorites, Joan's on Third, if you're ever in LA you must try it out!
That's all for now, happy eating!
In 2005, Jason Kennedy joined E! as a news correspondent, handling a variety of stories and events for E! News.
A native of Fort Lauderdale, Kennedy became a permanent fixture in his neighborhood, spending most of his time chasing news trucks and taking cabs to news scenes to mock-report on the local news. His love for hosting began in the fifth grade, after he constructed a studio in his basement, equipped with 20 televisions, four cameras, a news desk and an editing station. Unlike most anchors, Kennedy began his first on-air experience at the age of 15.
While attending the University of Miami, Kennedy received numerous awards, including the coveted Associated Press Award for Best News Feature in the state of Florida.
Kennedy finally made the big move to Los Angeles in 2004, when he anchored segments for Open Call on the TV Guide Channel. His experience and talent has led him to report on everything from President Clinton's visit to Miami to Paris Hilton's visit to a Beverly Hills spa.