She is an attorney and multi-platform journalist and as well as multi-talented. Surely I need more words to brief about her and all about her journey of her life and also her surgeries and let’s see how far she has gone to look young again. Well, it’s none other than Sunny Hostin well known as a co-host on ABC’s morning talk show The View.
Asunción Cummings “Sunny” Hostin was born on October 20, 1968, in Bronx, New York City. She is an American lawyer, columnist, social commentator, and multi-platform journalist. She became the Senior Legal Correspondent and Analyst in a popular News Channel “ABC” as well as a co-host on ABC’s morning talk show known as “The View”.
“I was more likely to become a statistic,” says Hostin. Her parent, Rosa Beza and William Cummings, her mother became pregnant while she was in high school. When sunny was 21 days older her mother and William got married. Rosa had dreamed of becoming a lawyer, and William longed to be a doctor. They lived in South Bronx with William’s mother until they could afford their place on their own and Rosa’s mother, who didn’t know to speak English, provided support as well.
“My parents made huge sacrifices for me,” says Hostin. She was not an ordinary kid like others. She was really a gem for her parents who did a lot for her. “I was their everything,” says Sunny. She started reading when she was four -not Green Eggs and Ham but The New York Times ( whoa she was really a great kid). She began kindergarten a year early and skipped the fifth grade. She started high school at 12 and college at 16 in Binghamton University, on full academic scholarship.
Growing up in the midst of violence, but in a loving home that encouraged her to succeed. It also drew Hostin to the law. She earned her law degree from Notre Dame University. Her family really fought a fight against race as they were not given an apartment in Manhattan since William was black and Sunny too. So her mother gave her name to own an apartment in the city and at last. All this have made an impact on Sunny to get determined and to work hard to become a lawyer. She worked as a law clerk then moved to private practice. Then she joined the Department of Justice’s antitrust and she became an assistant United States attorney specializing in child sex crimes.
Sunny Hostin was honored by Attorney General Janet Reno with a Special Achievement Award for her prosecution of child sexual predators. As a mother of two, she says that her gender informs her reporting as being a mother is a greater factor. That was more about her to say as she is really a multi-talented person and yes let’s get into her enhancements that she underwent to look young again.
Sunny Hostin Body measurements
BODY SHAPE: Slim
WEIGHT: 59 kg
HEIGHT: 5.9 feet
Sunny Hostin Plastic Surgery
Hostin plastic surgery is an interesting topic and many were curious about her changing face ( I was too). Before her nose was a bit larger than now. But it doesn’t show any large difference in her nose. Well, you might need to examine her before and after pictures carefully in order to find the nose alteration.
She has undergone Rhinoplasty i.e., it is a nose job procedure for correcting and enhancing the nose by resolving nasal trauma. Her nose wings seem to appear with smaller size and it seems that she had a really successful surgery.
I regret to tell this that we have come to the bad part of Sunny Hostin plastic surgery i.e., she has possibly had too much Botox in her face which made her face look so stiff ( she should feel sorry for having a face like that ) and with ceramic-like face skin.
The other sources ( or rumors) say that she has also undergone a facelift. The operation is her way to stay ageless ( why do they need such an option to look ageless, being natural is much prettier I guess). Nevertheless, it is hard to ignore bad cosmetic surgery effect on Sunny. What do you think about her enhancement efforts?
When Sunny Hostin was 6 years old, her uncle was stabbed as looked on. Just over a year later, she witnessed a friend’s father murdered in front of a candy store in her neighborhood in the Bronx. “Those incidents shaped who I am,” says Hostin, a CNN legal analyst and frequent guest host on ABC’s popular talk show. “Those experiences made me strong – there’s nothing I can’t handle. They also informed my career direction. I think I became a prosecutor in large part because of those experiences.”
That’s all about Sunny Hostin Plastic Surgery. Hope you enjoyed this article.