Interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro

Interview with Judge Jeanine Pirro

Jeanine Pirro currently hosts the top-rated weekend program “Justice with Judge Jeanine” (Saturdays, 9PM/ET). She also serves as a legal analyst for FOX News Channel (FNC) where she provides legal insight across the network’s programming. She joined the network in 2006 and is based out of New York. Jeanine will be a part of FOX Nation, the new on demand subscription-based streaming service designed to enhance the FOX News viewer experience, launching on Tuesday, November 27th at a rate of $5.99 per month.

You cover a lot of difficult subjects.  What do you do to escape and relax?

I love to go to the movies and get lost in the movies. The only problem is I haven’t been in about a year!

Do you have any favorite places to travel?

I love the Middle East: Egypt, Turkey, Israel and Lebanon. There’s a certain mystery about these places that fascinates me.

What has been your best trip?

My best trip was when I cruised down the Amalfi Coast for 10 days. It was the most restful, spectacular, peaceful and exciting vacation I’ve ever been on. The food and the ambience in the restaurants when we went into the port were especially breathtaking. The whole trip was beautiful.

Do you have a worst travel story?

My worst travel was 15 years ago when everyone got sick on a cruise. The ship denied there was a virus on board. It was awful – everyone was throwing up. As passengers were getting off when we docked, I stood next to the captain and asked each person if they got sick. I recorded their names and addresses and contacted the company. Shocking, they offered a free trip for all three couples we were traveling.

What are some of your must-haves when traveling?

Moisturizers because I’m drawn to the sun. One thing I always make sure to bring is my Sisley moisturizer – I never go on vacation without it.

Tell us about your new role on FOX Nation.

On the FOX Nation streaming service people are going to get to see the real me as we bring the audience into a more personal part of our jobs. It’s going to be fun and casual but it’s also going to be exciting. I like the idea that our loyal viewers, who are really the family we don’t see, are able to feel even more a part of our Fox Family.