Diana Falzone
 
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DIANA FALZONE IS A MULTI-TALENTED MEDIA PERSONALITY.

 

DIANA IS A FORMER FOXNEWS.COM REPORTER AND FOX411 HOST COVERING CELEBRITY NEWS AND INTERVIEWS WITH SOME OF TODAY'S TOP CELEBRITIES AND NEWSMAKERS.

 

 
 
 

Diana accidentally entered the world of broadcasting in 2005. She was finishing up her undergraduate degree in psychology at the New School University when her older brother urged her to submit her name for a guest spot on a Sirius Satellite Radio program. Up for the challenge, she applied successfully to appear on the late night show. Much to her surprise, she was invited back… and again, and again. After many guest appearances, including several guest hosting gigs, she was offered her own national radio show, "DeVore and Diana." She became the first and only female ever on Maxim Radio SiriusXM, and was voted one of Maxim's favorite women. Her working relationship with Maxim has spanned over a decade -- including multiple magazine appearances and spots on Maxim TV.

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Her plans to attend graduate school for mental health counseling were deferred, and the born-and-raised Jersey girl decided to follow her unlikely path to a career in media. She soon went on to host Cosmo Radio's "Cosmolicious with Diana."

During her radio tenure, Diana began giving advice to her callers and quickly became a highly-sought-after relationship expert at the tender age of twenty-four.  She collaborated with respected doctors like Deepak Chopra and Dr. Judy Kuriansky on various projects, including a seminar in leadership with Dr. Chopra and an educational textbook, "Sexuality Education," with Dr. Kuriansky.

From radio, Diana branched into television. She hosted for G4TV's 'Attack of the Show," Fuse TV, Maxim TV, We TV, and E! Online, before taking her position at Fox News.

Since the age of 19, Diana has been involved with military organizations such as the USO and Our Military Kids. Her passion for the troops began when her brother, a West Point graduate, was sent to serve in Iraq. It was then that Diana realized the tremendous sacrifice our men and women in uniform make. While hosting her show, Diana began working with Military.com and was given her own advice column, "My Wingman Diana," aimed at single service personnel. She began appearing on various TV networks discussing critical issues in the military like traumatic brain injury, PTSD and heightening suicide rates.

Fox News soon took notice and asked Diana to join their digital site as a contributor. She didn’t take long to earn a promotion to reporter, and has covered everything from the red carpet and celebrity interviews to military issues, fitness, health, and tech. During her time at the network, she broke some of the biggest news stories of the last five years getting coveted sit-downs with today's most in demand newsmakers.

Diana left Fox News in March 2018, and is currently working as a freelance host and journalist appearing on Al Roker Productions Bold TV, hosting her soon to launch podcast, "The Diana Falzone," and writing her first book about women's health issues.

In 2016, Diana was diagnosed with endometriosis and infertility after undergoing emergency surgery. She shared her struggle with the disease that impacts an estimated  176 million women globally in January 2017 in an essay that went viral. Her goal was to help raise awareness so other women do not suffer in silence.  She now serves as a junior member and spokesperson for The Endometriosis Foundation.