Greg Gutfeld's wife is being sought by netizens today following the commencement of the national book tour of Fox News Channel's host last week.
Gutfeld's book: "Not Cool: The Hipster Elite and Their War on You" is his fifth book as of late. It sparked a buzz online and in print media for debuting at #7 on The New York Times best-seller list. Greg's "Not Cool" book basically talks about how people make bad decisions because they want to be liked and accepted.
Greg Gutfed's view on being "cool" is that it is an elite hipster or progressive term that is bad because it is value neutral which means it allows bad decisions to become justifiable just so one could become what is tagged as "cool."
Now, because he is touring for his book, many have become curious about Greg Gutfeld's wife: on what she's up to lately.
According to The Richest, Greg Gutfeld's wife s Elena Moussa, whom he met in London. The two do not have children as of late, but they are reportedly happy living together.
Apart from living together in their New York home, nothing more has been documented about Greg Gutfeld's wife. Moussa was not even mentioned in Gutfeld's Fox News' biography and in his other online biographies as well.
In 2010, Gutfeld admitted that he wanted his wife to stay out of the public's eye, so that they can freely enjoy their private moments as husband and wife.
Greg Gutfeld is an on-air personality on the Fox News Channel. A self-proclaimed libertarian, he co-hosts the political talk show 'The Five' and also hosts his own show 'Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld,' a late night news satire program.
Gutfeld is the author of highly praised books including "The Bible of Unspeakable Truths," "The Scorecard: The Official Point System for Keeping Score in the Relationship Game," and "The Scorecard at Work: The Official Point system of Doing Job in America," among others.
When his not busy at home Greg Gutfeld likes to spend time with his wife or managing his blog sites "The Daily gut and BigHollywood.com.
Greg's career has never been free from controversy. In fact, 'The Weekly standard' regards him as "the most dangerous man on television." The magazine adds, "Gutfeld's stuff actually is subversive, a stink bomb hurled into every faculty lounge, mainstream newsroom, movie studio, and nonprofit boardroom in America."