Fox News host Greg Gutfeld has become extremely popular very fast. But not everyone knows his background.
And Greg Gutfeld has finally shared a life secret that his fans have been dying to know.
Fox News host Greg Gutfeld talked about a significant time in his life that perhaps few of his viewers have heard about while sharing booze and smoking cigars with comedian Bill Maher.
During a racy discussion about relationships and locker room subjects, the late-night ratings king took a moment to describe how he met his wife, the photo editor and model Elena Moussa.
On Sunday’s episode of Maher’s podcast “Club Random with Bill Maher,” Gutfeld related the incident.
“It was my first day on the job at Maxim UK, but we had a meeting in Portugal with all the Maxim [magazines],” Gutfeld said.
According to Gutfeld, Moussa served as the Russian Maxim’s photo editor at the time. He fell in love at first sight.
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“She was 21, I was 39. Her hotel room was next to mine. Which shows you how lazy I am. But I met her, and I go, ‘that’s my wife,’” he said.
“I just knew it! I just knew it. And I spent three days in Portugal trying to talk to her.”
The comedian eventually gave up and made new plans for a wild bender out on the town with his Czech and Russian coworkers when his initial efforts were fruitless.
Gutfeld chose to make one more effort to win her affection, though, as he left the hotel.
“And as I left, I saw her — and I figured I’d give her one more shot.”
“I go, ‘you’re the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen.’”
Even though it might not have initially appeared to be a success, the comedian’s swing for the fences was a success.
She remarked, “I’d expect something better from Greg Gutfeld,” and he’ll never forget it.
Gutfeld discovered that Moussa read his Maxim columns for a Russian edition of Men’s Fitness.
Gutfeld quickly postponed his intentions to go out with his friends and instead spent time getting to know the future lady of his life.
“We had our first date in Paris, and in three months we were married,” Gutfeld said.
The liberal and conservative media figures discussed subjects like woke culture, phone addiction, and their comedic careers in the extensive podcast with Maher and Gutfeld.
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