JUST IN: Fox Names New Co-Host For Popular Show

Fox News Media has officially announced that Lawrence Jones will be joining the “FOX & Friends” team on a permanent basis. The news was shared on Thursday, marking a significant step in Jones’ career with the network.

Jones, who has been an enterprise reporter for the show, has frequently been seen interviewing Americans at various diners and locations across the country. Starting from September 18, he will be joining co-hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade on weekday mornings from 6-9 a.m.

Expressing his excitement about the new role, Jones stated, “I feel like when it comes to the couch, you really feel America. We have this incredible opportunity to represent our audience every single day on the couch, and I’m so grateful, humbled. I’m going to learn a lot from you all, and it’s going to be a fun ride.”

At just 30 years old, Jones holds the distinction of being the youngest Black co-host in cable news. Gavin Hadden, FOX News Channel’s senior vice president of morning programming, praised Jones, saying, “Lawrence has his finger on the pulse of what matters to communities across America and his insight has proved invaluable to the ‘FOX & Friends’ audience.”



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