Journalist, TV host, TV personality, fashion designer, reality star and now, radio host and DJ, Chanel Omari has come a long way in 30 years. After earning her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism & Communications at Northeastern University, Omari worked in television production, writing, producing and reporting for nearly a decade. Omari has produced shows for ABC, NBC, BRAVO, OXYGEN, LIFETIME, A&E and Warner Brothers and more. In 2012, Chanel Omari decided to go in front of the cameras, co-starring in Bravo TV’s hit show “Princesses Long Island,” garnishing over 1.2 million in ratings and viewership. As the social connector of an ensemble cast, Chanel narrated the show in a Carrie Bradshaw-like way from her own perspective, sprinkling in anecdotes on spirituality, love & dating, career, fashion and finding your inner princess. Omari has appeared on multiple media platforms like E News!, Good Day New York, Good Morning Washington, The Rhode Show, Entertainment Tonight, 95.5 PLJ, The Jenny Hutt Show on SiriusXM, Wake up with Taylor on Sirius XM, Life Time, OK! Magazine, Star Magazine, US Weekly, The Daily Mail and more.
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