Rosanna Scotto is host of Good Day New York and fans are wondering where she is today. Many want to know whether she’s still working at Fox 5 NY or if she’s on vacation.
The popular journalist joined the station in 1986 as a weekend anchor and reporter on WNYW-TV. Then in 1994 she started working on weekdays for Fox 5 News.
Let’s discover where Rosanna Scotto is and whether she has gone on vacation or left the show for good.
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Where is Rosanna Scotto today?
Rosanna remains a host of Good Morning New York. After co-host Lori Stokes left the show, Rosanna has definitely stepped up her game.
The duo were popular and found massive success on the show. However, Lori got the opportunity to work on the evening news channel and jumped at it.
Is she on vacation?
Yes, Rosanna has confirmed to her Twitter and Instagram followers that she’s on vacation.
In a tweet posted on 30 September 2021 she wrote: “Quick #zoom on #vacation. As you can see, professional from waist up! Talking with @pennbadgley@then0t0ri0usvip@younetflix#you#newseason! Thanks @solageauberge for the great cabana.”
In an Instagram post you can see she’s on holiday but that doesn’t mean she’s slacking from reporting news. Rosanna made sure she shared from her gorgeous cabana that there’s a new season of You coming to Netflix.
However, Rosanna has taken time on vacation to relax, including a mud ritual at a spa. From her social media posts, it seems she’s definitely enjoying herself, even if fans keep asking when P1Harmony will be on the show.
In response, Rosanna has announced they are still finalising details of the interview but need to decide whether the interview will be in person or on Zoom:
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Who is Rosanna Scotto?
Rosanna is 63 years old and was born and raised in New York City. Rosanna’s father was notorious mobster Anthony Scotto, who died on 21 August 2021. Her mother is Marion Scotto and the family lived in New York.
Rosanna attended a Catholic university and achieved a Bachelor’s degree in fine art. She has an honorary doctorate from St John’s University and in 2014 received an honorary doctorate from Mount St Mary’s University.