Tantaros has never walked down the aisle, while Navarro has been married three times, most recently to Carmen Electra from 2003 to 2007.
In January, Navarro may have indicated he’s got the hots for Tantaros, who is a host of “Outnumbered.” He tweeted his excitement and appreciation for the TV personality, saying, “ “Even though they seem like opposites, they have a lot in common,” a source close to the couple told the magazine recently.
“The fact that they gave Ailes and O’Reilly million in sexual predator bonuses makes me concerned that they were merely trying to cut out two tumors in the hope that the cancer had not metastasized.
They need to realize that triage is no longer a realistic option.” Here’s a look at Tantaros’ life and career. “When most people die, you ask God to forgive them for their sins. And to God who gave it to him by taking him home.” It’s not clear if they are still dating, but he praised the cover of her new book on Twitter: https://twitter.com/davenavarro/status/705820475285381121 Tantaros speculated last year about the rise of non-married couples living together, suggesting that women have encouraged “to give it up freely with the rise of feminism, have sex like a man,” adding, “So, they’re doing this and they’re not making the guy step up to put a ring on it.” Tantaros hasn’t stayed quiet since Fox News dropped her.
Andrea Tantaros is an American conservative political analyst and commentator, raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
She began Andrea ' Tantaros Media', that provided crisis management and media strategy consulting to Fortune 500 companies and political campaigns.