Fox News added Lawrence B. Jones as the fourth Co-Host for the morning show ‘Fox & Friends’. He will join other long-time co-hosts Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, and Ainsley Earhardt on a weekday morning.
Jones will also continue as the program’s enterprise reporter. His weekend show ‘ Lawrence Jones Cross Country’ will come to an end as Kilmeade takes over the 9 p.m. Saturday time slot.
Jones already expressed his gratitude as he feels honored and privileged to be an integral part of the show. Fox News described Jones in the promotion video as the “youngest Black co-host in cable news”.
Fox & Friends is a talk show continuing since 1998. Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade have been associated with the morning show since its inception while Earhardt joined in 2016.
About Lawrence B. Jones:
Lawrence Billy Jones III is a 30-year-old American libertarian political commentator, author, and host of Lawrence Jones Cross Country from 2022–2023. He became famous in 2015 while raising money for a pizza shop that refused to cater a gay wedding event.
Jones served as the ‘youth mayor’ of Garland, Texas in 2009. After his graduation from Garland High School in 2011, Jones studied political science and criminal justice at the University of North Texas.
Jones was hired as the youngest student advocate by the Garland Independent School District. In 2013, FreedomWorks named Jones as the ‘Activist of the Year’.
His career picked a turn when he created a fundraiser for Memories Pizza when the owner of the shop refused to cater to gay weddings. Jones considers himself a Libertarian.
He also hosted ‘The Lawrence Jones Show’ on The Blaze Radio Network. Jones also became the editor-in-chief of the conservative website Campus Reform in 2018.
Jones joined Fox News in 2018 and was named Fox & Friends’ enterprise reporter in 2021.
Lawrence Married his long-time girlfriend Sidney during the 2019 Christmas.