|Birth Name||Bobbie Lynn Grund|
Mini Bio (1)
Celebrity Style Guide, Fashion Guru, Beauty Expert, Writer, Editor, Mentor. Bobbie Thomas has done it all, but at the end of the day, just considers herself a professional girlfriend. Author of the bestselling book, "The Power of Style: Everything You Need to Know Before You Get Dressed Tomorrow", Bobbie is a rare breed of talent with her own modern-age philosophy centered around the notion that "You can be sexy and smart". She encourages everyone to use fashion and beauty as powerful forms of self-expression.
Today, millions of people tune in to see Bobbie on NBC's Today (1952) show, where she has shared fashion, beauty and lifestyle advice in nearly 500 segments as their Style Editor, including her weekly "Bobbie's Buzz". Over the past decade, she has also appeared as both a co-host and guest on a variety of E! Entertainment specials, including their annual red-carpet, Emmy, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, and Academy Awards coverage. And, as the co-host of the Style Network's Fashion Police (2002).
Beyond the TV screen, Bobbie connects with viewers online at Today.com with her Style Buzz homepage and and interacts with hundreds of thousands every month through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and her own site, Bobbie.com, where she hosts a variety of fresh content, ideas, tips, tricks, and unique finds.
In addition to red carpets, television segments, interviews, runway shows, and speaking engagements, Bobbie works with a number of corporate brands and charities aimed at helping women feel beautiful from the inside out. She has partnered with organizations including The United Nations Foundation, Step Up, Make a Wish, The Beauty Foundation, and many more to promote positive campaigns and motivate people to use style as powerful voice. By making fashion accessible and beauty attainable, Bobbie is not only a consummate curator for women, but also an unparalleled spokeswoman for female empowerment.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Maggie Murray
|Michael Marion||(? - present) (1 child)|