Tony McEwing, the former Fox 11 newscaster who recently retired, has recently become notable for his sexuality. There are numerous rumors about the TV talk show host being gay. Are the rumors true or baseless? Scroll down to find out!
Is Tony McEwing Gay?
Yes, Tony McEwing Is Gay, according to Hollywood Mask. Tony McEwing had been in a relationship with his gay partner, Skiff, for 17 years before losing him to cancer in July 2016. Unfortunately, his partner had stage-four cancer, and due to negligence and misdiagnosis, he was not saved.
Tony McEwing has kept his personal life hidden from his fans ever since. He has not revealed any details about his marital status, whether he is single or dating again.
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Who Is Tony McEwing?
Tony McEwing received his master’s degree in editorial broadcasting from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1981. In 1978, he also earned a Bachelor of Science in education and attended the School of Law.
From 5 a.m. to 10 a.m., he co-hosted “Good Day LA“ with Araksya Karapetyan. During his time on Fox 11, he won 11 Emmys!
Tony McEwing’s net worth ranges between $1 million and $5 million, according to One World Information. He makes most of his money as a journalist.
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Tony McEwing Retires From “Good Day LA”
Tony McEwing recently retired after spending over 43 years on Fox 11.
He announced the news on air, claiming that he has kept the public up to date on current events around the world for the past 30 years. McEwing expressed admiration and gratitude for his successful career. He went on to say:
“But of course, nothing lasts forever, and I think the time has come for me to finally hang up my mic after a journey that has spanned 43 years in total.”
When Tony announced his retirement a few weeks ago, fans were devastated. One of the viewers commented:
“I’m going to miss seeing Tony every morning on the news. He kept it professional by just stating the news and not throwing in his personal thoughts on different matters, including race and politics.
That has got to be a hard thing for a lot of people to do. He is a true Walter Cronkite.
He was so cheerful and friendly to his co-workers, and hardly a day went by that he was not on the air. Except for a vacation, he was there.
He was the guy whose face we saw reporting on just about every holiday while his co-workers alternated days off.
Enjoy your retirement, Tony! Your fan, Dan in the O.C.”
Tony McEwing will undoubtedly be missed on the show by the young audience, who have grown up watching Tony McEwing for the past four decades.
The show’s fans bid Tony farewell and thank him for lighting up their mornings with his show.