MSNBC's Contessa Brewer still very secretive about her husband and married life

September 11, 2015
First Published On: September 11, 2015
by HitBerry

People know Contessa Brewer as the news host of the MSNBC weekend program “Caught on Camera.” The 42-year old is seen as a very charming and confident personality, interviewing various famous people around the world.  But very few know about her personal life.

In 2013, Brewer gave birth to twin sons. She is a married woman. But her husband still remains a mystery. Brewer has not revealed about her husband yet. Although she uses various social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. she has remained very secretive about her personal life. The couple have not been even sighted in the public yet.

People are assuming that either the duos are on the verge of divorce, or her husband really despises publicity. Both of these possibilities are hard to admit. The only fact she has chose to reveal is that she lives in Manhattan with her husband and kids.

Everyone assumes that a beautiful woman like Brewer definitely has had to have few relationships in her life. And yet, there are no records of this either. Brewer seems to be really focused on her career. In the 26th of August 2011, Brewer left her job as an anchor in the MSNBC but continued to host her weekend program, Caught on Camera.

In the recent years, Brewer has been both praised and criticized for her straightforward comments. Brewer seems to be really confident and uncaring about the consequences. In an interview with Judd Gregg, the senator of New Hampshire at 2010, Brewer pressed the senator by asking "Which programs are you willing to cut? Are you willing to tell schools, no money for you?"

To this outrageous question, Gregg really criticized her saying that Brewer was ‘absurd’, ‘fundamentally dishonest’ and many bad things about her. This was not her first time in a contentious situation. Similarly in 2009 Brewer was criticized by conservative blogs because she did a story on a man carrying an assault rifle at an Obama appearance in Phoenix, Arizona.

In 2010 she commented on Times square car bomb attempt (for which she received admonition) saying, “There was part of me that was hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country, because there are a lot of people who want to use this terrorist intent to justify writing off people who believe in a certain way or come from certain countries or whose skin color is a certain way. I mean they use it as justification for really outdated bigotry.”

As for now, Contessa Brewer is still continuing her work in the show, Caught on Camera. Currently, she has nearly 29k followers in the Twitter. We hope that her work and her relentless pursuit of her dreams bring her to new heights.