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More recently, when E reached out to renew and extend my deal, I learned that he wasn't just making a little more than I was. There's no beef between Sadler and Kennedy, though, and she wanted to make that perfectly clear. I have two decades experience in broadcasting and started at the network the very same year as my close friend and colleague that I adore.In fact, he was making close to double my salary for the past several years. I so lovingly refer to him as my "tv husband" and I mean it.I've gotten chased by the paparazzi on camera while shopping with Kris Jenner, co-hosted shows with Khloe, Kim and Kourtney, and interviewed Kendall and Kylie back in those early Keeping Up days when no one could remember their names. It was creatively challenging but genuinely one of the most fulfilling years of my professional career.It has been unpredictable, intoxicating, rewarding and hard work. First, for The Daily 10 and later for E News," she began. Coincidentally, around this same time an executive from E brought something alarming to my attention -- namely, that there was a massive disparity in pay between my similarly situated male co-host and myself. The gender pay gap is shrinking, although admittedly we have a long way to go. My team and I asked for what I know I deserve and were denied repeatedly," she continued. "They've been texting and enjoying secret dinners together in LA and London.
"They've always had chemistry, but the timing has never been right — until now," the source added. after ten years at the network, and says it's because she learned co-host Jason Kennedy was making way more money than her, even though they do the same job.
Everyone from the studio crew, hair and makeup artists, to the security at the front door are true friends of mine.
They have been my work family and I love them dearly.
I've reported from a royal wedding, the Olympics, and the Oscars.
I've been to film festivals in France, movie premieres in Rio, and fashion week in Paris. Hosting a live, two-hour daytime show while also hosting E News most nights.
The TV personality said she couldn't accept the gender pay gap, and decided to be another example of the female empowerment movement that's sweeping Hollywood. For the past twelve years, I've been living mine out loud as one of the hosts on E television.