Candice Crawford Net Worth is$10 Million
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Date of Birth: Dec 16, 1986Candice Crawford is an American former reporter and beauty queen who has a net worth of $10 million. Candice Crawford gained her net worth working for television stations such as KDAF (covering high school sports) and by marrying professional football player Tony Romo. During her college years, Texas-born Crawford was a Dallas Cowboys reporter on CBS show, The Blitz. In addition to this Crawford hosted Dallas Cowboys’ Weekend Sports Show, Special Edition. She also worked as a reporter for NBC’s KOMU-TV, while studying journalism and business at the University of Missouri. The blonde beauty went on to host Dallas guide show, Up All Night as well as co-presenting lifestyle show, The RC Project. Crawford was also a beauty queen, competing in Miss Texas Teen USA in 2003 and 2005, where she was placed third runner-up. She went on to enter the Miss Missouri competition in 2007 before her striking good looks led her to win the same competition in 2008. Crawford represented Missouri in Miss USA, where she came sixth in the competition. The younger sister of Gossip Girl’s actor Chace Crawford is married to Dallas Cowboy quarterback Tony Romo. The couple had their first child, Hawkins Crawford Romo, in April 2012.Candice Loren Romo (nA(C)e Crawford; born December 16, 1986) is a former reporter for KDAF, the CW-affiliate in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas and a former American beauty queen. She won the Miss Missouri USA competition in 2008. She later competed in the Miss USA pageant where she placed in the top ten.
Born in Lubbock, Texas and then raised in Dallas, Texas, Candice Crawford is the younger sister of the actor Chace Crawford, from the television show Gossip Girl. Crawford graduated from Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, Texas in 2005.
After high school, Crawford enrolled at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri, where she studied journalism and business. While in Columbia, Missouri, Candice worked with the local NBC affiliate KOMU-TV as a reporter. During college, Crawford also worked for Dallas, Texas CBS affiliate KTVT, as a reporter covering the Dallas Cowboys on the CBS show, The Blitz. She was also an active member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for women. Crawford also served as a volunteer writer for sports blog Midwest Sports Fans.