What is Giuliana Rancic’s Net Worth?

How Rich is Giuliana Rancic

Hos much is Giuliana Rancic worth?

The tv show host has amassed a net worth of $20 million.

Giuliana Rancic – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $20 million
Date of birth: August 17, 1974 (49 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 175
Profession: TV Show Host

Biography – A Short Wiki

Giuliana was born August 17, 1974 in Naples, Italy. Her family moved to Bethesda, Maryland when she was young. Her father is owner of luxurious clothes brand DePandi. Rancic started her professional career as a journalist. Her biggest success so far was hosting a Miss USA contest. She’s married to entrepreneur Bill Rancic since 2007. Giuliana was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011 but she was cured.


Giuliana started her career by covering stories in the news bureau Capitol Hill during her master’s degree. After her post-graduation, she joined E! network in the year 2002 as a host of the show E! News. Since then, she is working on this show and is also working on the show Fashion Police, which is also aired on the E! network.

Giuliana Rancic Net Worth
Giuliana Rancic is looking great as ever, and has a net worth of 20000000 dollars. Remarkable!

Personal Life

She married Bill Rancic in 2007. They had a son named Edward on August 29, 2012 via a gestational carrier.

She co-hosted the 2011 Miss USA pageant with Kelly Osbourne.


“Chicago is incredibly gracious. People here have so much pride.”

— Giuliana Rancic

“I thought I was dreaming. It was the most amazing moment of my entire life. Not only is Bill the love of my life, but he’s also my best friend. I couldn’t believe my dream guy was asking me to marry him!”

— Giuliana Rancic

“When you do a reality show and host shows, it’s hard to have secrets.”

— Giuliana Rancic

“I started realizing I could be an example for women to not just be aware of breast cancer but to act on it, to make an appointment, to give themselves an exam.”

— Giuliana Rancic

“A rumor that followed me forever was that my family was in the mafia. For years I had to live with it. They’d call me the mafia princess, so I rolled with it for the rest of high school. People even joke about it today.”

— Giuliana Rancic

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