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Tomi Lahren, a young conservative commentator, is known to have a cute, small figure. She has small, natural breasts, a slim waist, and small hips. This is called a “banana body type.” Lahren weighs 110 pounds and wears a B cup bra with a 32B size. She dresses pretty modestly, so don’t look for photos of this pretty girl that show too much skin. Check out how tall Dana Perino, Dana Loesch, and Kimberly Guilfoyle are as well.

body measurements

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Body shape: Banana (explanation)
Dress size: 4
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 34-24-35 inches (86-61-89 cm)
Shoe/Feet: 7.5
Bra size: 32B
Cup size: B
Height: 5’ 5” (165 cm)
Weight: 110 pounds (50 kg)


Tomi Lahren is an American news anchor and former TV host who is best known for her show “Tomi,” which aired on the right-wing media platform “TheBlaze.” Since she was a teen, she had been interested in TV journalism. She went to the “University of Nevada” after high school to study broadcast journalism and political science. After working as an intern for a “Republican” politician, she joined a right-wing news network and became a host on the show “On Point with Tomi Lahren.” But she became well-known across the country only after she became the host of the show “Tomi” on “TheBlaze.” “Final Thoughts,” the name of her segment, became very popular. In it, she said mean things about liberals. After the “Chattanooga Shootings,” her tirade against Barack Obama went viral. She later became a political commentator for “Fox News” and is now the host of the “First Thoughts” show on “Fox Nation.” As a political commentator, she has gotten into a lot of trouble for saying “racist” things about sensitive issues like the “Black Lives Matter” movement and the problem of illegal immigrants.

Childhood & Early Life

Tomi Rae Augustus Lahren was born to Trudy and Kevin Lahren on August 11, 1992, in Rapid City, South Dakota, United States. She was the family’s only child. Her family was in the middle class. Her parents were ranch owners. As a teen, she worked at the ranch with her parents, just like her parents did. She comes from both Germany and Norway.
She worked hard while she was in high school, which was called “Rapid City Central High School” in the area. She was also interested in politics because her parents and their friends talked about it a lot. As a teen, she also watched a lot of news on TV. She became interested in political commentary over time and wanted to make a living in that field.
Tomi Lahren moved to Nevada, Las Vegas, after she graduated from high school. She went there to study broadcast journalism and political science at the “University of Nevada.”

She had always been on the right, so she wanted to work for a news organisation on the right. She looked for internships in “conservative news outlets” after she got her bachelor’s degree.
While she was in college, she worked on a show called “The Scramble,” which was the university’s own political debate show. This gave her experience in hosting and producing. She did an internship at the “Rapid City Office,” which was run by Kristi Noem, a member of the “Republican Party.”


For her first big TV job, she moved to San Diego, California. She said from the start that she was a “constitutional conservative” and didn’t call herself a journalist. She still says that she is a political commentator who leans to the right. A lot of times, she’s gotten in trouble for reporting the news in a right-wing way.
She often shows how strongly she feels about feminism. She has said that she is not a feminist, but she also says that she wants women to have more power. She has also said many times that she likes both right-wing and left-wing women who are strong.

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By August 2015, she was known all over the country. She said that the last episode of “On Point with Tomi Lahren” was her last and that she was leaving the network.
Soon, Tomi Lahren announced that she would be joining one of the most popular right-wing networks, “TheBlaze.” In 2015, she got her own show on “TheBlaze” called “Tomi.”

After she wrote about the “Chattanooga Shootings” in Chattanooga, Tennessee, she gained a lot of attention. Some people in the U.S. armed forces died because of the shootings. “Final Thoughts” was the name of a small part of her show. In the segment, she talked about how she felt about different news stories. It’s one of the main reasons why young people like her so much. In her “Final Thoughts” segment about the “Chattanooga Shooting,” she ranted against Barack Obama, and the clips went viral.
She also helped Donald Trump run for president in 2016. But she wasn’t officially part of it. She only helped Trump’s social media team as a consultant. It’s interesting that she didn’t support Trump right away as the “Republican” candidate for president. She instead backed Marco Rubio’s campaign.
She was a guest on the show “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” later that same year. The popular talk show was liberal, so having Tomi on it meant that people in the audience would criticise her. But Noah asked the people in the crowd not to do that. The crowd cheered. But at the end of the show, Tomi said that people were there to make fun of her.
She has been known for her controversial views on many issues, such as the “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) movement. In July 2016, she said that the “Black Lives Matter” movement was like the “Ku Klux Klan,” a violent white supremacist group. She was called a racist because of what she said. On “Change.org,” a petition was started to get her kicked off “TheBlaze,” and thousands of people signed it. The petition, though, didn’t work.
A lot of people also didn’t like what she said about Colin Kaepernick, a popular black American football player. He knelt during the American national anthem at a game to protest police violence, especially against African-Americans.
She is also known to have ideas that are different from those of most American conservatives. For example, she said that she was in favour of abortion rights and that it should be up to the woman to decide whether or not to keep her child. The owner of “TheBlaze,” Glenn Beck, who is a strong opponent of abortion, was upset by her comments and briefly kicked her off the show. She was, however, put on paid leave. She then went to court, and the case was settled. Tomi’s “Facebook” page stayed the same, but all of her videos were taken down from “TheBlaze.”
Tomi Lahren joined a pro-Trump group called the “Great America Alliance” in May of 2017. She did say, though, that it was just a “side job” and that she would be back as a TV commentator.

A few months later, she got a job as a contributor on “Fox News.” She is the host of the show “First Thoughts” on “Fox Nation” right now.
She has also said that she supports marriage between people of the same gender, which goes against what the “Republican Party” stands for.
Many people have said bad things about her for talking about the migrants. In November 2018, she said she was thrilled to see the “United States Border Patrol” used tear gas on illegal immigrants at the U.S.–Mexico border. In December, she said that many of these migrants bring infectious diseases to the U.S., based on false reports.
She was also a big fan of Trump’s plan to build a wall along the border between the U.S. and Mexico. She also said that the government should be shut down to force “Congress” to start the process of getting money for the wall.
In May 2018, the magazine “Vice” said that Tomi Lahren’s ancestors were illegal immigrants, even though she was against immigrants and called them murderers. Also, writer and genealogist Jennifer Mendelson looked into her family history and found that her ancestors were in the country illegally.

Family & Personal Life

In 2019, Tomi Lahren told her followers on Instagram that she was going to marry Brandon Fricke. But in April 2020, it was said that the wedding wasn’t going to happen.
She once said that she talks to her mother often and that she gives her credit for all of her success.
Tomi Lahren moved to the city of Nashville, Tennessee, in April 2020.