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Meet Michele

Michele is a native of eastern Kentucky but began her career in the entertainment industry as a makeup artist in Hollywood. She was encouraged on the set of a popular television set to give hosting a try, and soon after was hired for her first on-air position.

Michele has also worked as an entertainment reporter for “The Weekend Today Show” on Australia’s Nine Network. She became well known for her Kentucky accent and her catchphrase “How Do!” As a reporter for Network TEN’s morning show, she conducted interviews with Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban, and Harry Connick Jr.

As long as she can remember Michele has loved sparkly things. She remembers clearly as a little girl finding pyrite and treasuring it (she was sure it was gold!).

In her free time, Michele enjoys spending time with her husband, son, and step-daughter. She also loves to travel and explore the world. “If there was a plane filled up with gas, with rare exception, I’d jump on it,” Michele said. She also loves to make people laugh. Michele has stand-up comedy experience that has given her the opportunity to compete in the World Series of Comedy and star in performances at Second City Improv, the Laugh Factory, and The Comedy Store.

Groups Michele Supports

Soldier's Angels

Shriner's Hospital for Children

PBS

I'm also involved with trying to change our very broken mental healthcare system.

"Whether you think you can or you think you can't - you 're right" Henry Ford

Michele On the Air

Time Zone
TIME SHOW SHOW HOSTS
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2018
3:00 AM-9:00 AM Jewelry & Gemstone Spotlight Michele
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2018
3:00 AM-9:00 AM Exquisite Estate Jewelry & Gems Michele

MICHELE'S FAVORITE GEMSTONES

Emerald - “Emeralds are enchanting. They remind me of the old Hollywood legends. If Marilyn Monroe is on camera, your eyes just go to her. To me, that’s what an emerald does.” Also Pearls - Because they are ladylike and elegant, like Audrey Hepburn.

Emerald

Emerald

The favorite stone of Egyptian Queen Cleopatra, emerald is a member of the beryl family of gemstones. The mineral chromium is what gives the emerald its color, the higher the chromium the more intense the color. Emeralds were mined by the ancient Egyptians and their name comes from the Greek word smaragdos meaning green stone. The finest emeralds are found in Columbia but emeralds are also found in Zambia, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Russia, and Afghanistan.

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Pearl

Pearl

This naturally forming gem is produced within the soft tissue of a living shelled mollusk, such as an oyster. Cultured pearls can be divided into two categories: beaded salt-water and non-beaded freshwater pearls. The iridescence of pearls is what makes them highly prized and range in color from white to cream-golden, green, blue, black, and rainbow. Cultured pearl farms are found in China, Japan, Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

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Opal

Opal

This gemstone is primarily mined in Australia and stones come in a full spectrum of color. The most common are the milky white and green stones while the red against black are the most rare. Opals are valued by the fire or play of color when looked at from different angles. Deposits of these stones are also found in the United States, Czech Republic, Turkey, Indonesia, Brazil, Ethiopia, and Guatemala.

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