Thursday, July 30, 2015

Fox's Juliet Huddy reveals she's divorcing on Kidd Chris' show

Kidd Chris is already breaking news on his new online radio show.

Fox's Juliet Huddy reveals she's divorcing on Kidd Chris' show

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Kidd Chris is already breaking news on his new online radio show.

Juliet Huddy, co-host of Fox’s “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet,” revealed Tuesday on KiddShow.com, where the former 94 WYSP host broadcasts 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays, that her five-month marriage is over.

Huddy said even her family didn’t know the news during her interview which can be heard here. Huddy told Kidd Chris that "It's hard to hear every single day that you’re a failure as a partner,” and that you “gotta figure things out before you marry someone.” She says she does not predict a fight over money with husband Doug Barrett, whom she married Jan. 23.

Meanwhile, her TV show, co-hosted by former Fox 29 “Good Day” anchor Mike Jerrick, has been canceled. Its last new episode airs tomorrow and reruns will be shown until September.

* On a happier note, Kidd Chris, now living and broadcasting from San Antonio, also revealed Tuesday that he and wife Lene are expecting their first child, which is due on Christmas Eve.
 

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