In early 2007, she was given the opportunity to host her own pop culture news show, Broadcaster News on There has been an exponential growth in her career since then. News Now, a red carpet correspondent for TV Guide’s Hollywood 411, series regular on MSN's The Big Debate, and guest host on both G4’s Attack of the Show! But it was a little show called Jersey Shore (TV series) that put her on the map. She also hosted in the popular reality series Dating Naked on VH1 which fetched her immense recognition.
“Dating Naked” is back with an even bigger second season than last summer. I just think she’s the most down-to-earth, cool girl. Season 1 was a series of great one-off episodes, whereas Season 2 has a definite story arc.
This year, the twist is that there are two primary daters, Kerri and Chris, who meet two new men and two new women each week. This season there is a pogo stick date that is pretty hilarious. It airs soon, so you don’t have to wait much longer! It’s intense because people can stay in the house for a long period of time if their bond with Chris and Kerri remains strong.
She also appeared in Paramore's number one hit Misery Business and Whitestarr's "Sunshine Girl".
Former "Dating Naked" host Amy Paffrath might be the happiest person we've seen after losing a seriously kush Hollywood gig.
Amy Paffrath has a reputation for running full speed ahead with every project she works on.
In fact, her mother Mary gave birth to her just nine minutes after arriving at the hospital. She has six siblings: Christy, Mark, Steven, Stacey, Matt and Brittany.
Not one to sit around and wait for opportunities, the young actress is quickly making a name for herself in the entertainment business. With modest means, the Paffrath pack learned to find inexpensive ways to entertain themselves.
The energetic Paffraths put on plays and newscasts at family parties.
She held court with the guidos and guidettes of Seaside Heights as the host of MTV’s Jersey Shore: After Hours and Jersey Shore: Reunion in fourth, fifth and sixth seasons. She hosted both the first and second seasons of the show.
Then, she appeared on The Girl Spot on Bite Size TV as well as a red carpet correspondent for Yahoo! In 2016, she was later replaced in season 3 by former BET's 106 & Park personality Rocsi Diaz.
She decided to pursue a career in journalism and attended Missouri School of Journalism where she completed an internship at Entertainment Tonight in Los Angeles alongside TV veterans Mark Steines and Mary Hart under the leadership of Linda Bell Blue.