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Fox News anchor Jenna Lee stuns viewers with sudden on-air goodbye after 10 years

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Fox News anchor Jenna Lee stunned viewers with the surprise announcement that she was leaving the network after 10 years.

Lee made the stunning revelation as she concluded her 2 p.m. broadcast on Friday, where she thanked the audience and co-workers while announcing that was her last day.

“I’ve decided it’s time for a change and have chosen to leave Fox News,” Lee, 37, said. “I love being a journalist. I believe it’s what I’m called to do. I have some really big ideas on how to better serve you in that particular arena.”

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The mom of two joined the network in 2007 as a reporter for the Fox Business Network. She had anchored the daytime news show “Happening Now” on Fox News since 2010.

Lee did not say what her next job would be but said she’s grateful to Fox News for the opportunities she has enjoyed over the past decade. Fox News did not announce who would replace Lee on “Happening Now.”

Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee , a frequent Fox News guest, praised Jenna as a “classy young lady and a total pro as a journalist.”

Jenna Lee’s longtime co-host Jon Scott said he will miss her. Other Fox News anchors also expressed their well wishes.

Fox News viewers said they too will miss Jenna and wished her good luck with her future endeavors.


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