"['Design Star'] was like a creative thunderstorm, and to be right in the middle of that was such a pleasure and it really put me on the right path." RAY'S ROAD TO DESIGN STARDOM "My mother wanted to keep a very pristine house, so I wasn't allowed to be creative in her kitchen. My fantasy world and my dream sort of went wild in that room.
AJ owns entertainment in New York City and we look forward to showcasing him more this season. Terri Seymour and Hilaria Thomas Baldwin continue to be special correspondents while Michael Corbett will keep providing his special reports and feature "Mansions and Millionaires."Related: Tamron Hall Developing Daytime Talk Show The on-air changes mark an evolution for the series, which will focus on more live elements showcasing both the hosts’ personalities and their points of view.
44 years old host earned this huge net worth in her long career.
Tanika Ray (born January 25, 1972) is an American television personality and actress. She appeared as a Motion capture character, providing the voice and body movements of "Cyber Lucy", the computer animated hostess for the children's version of Wheel of Fortune, Wheel of Fortune 2000.
Because I was confined to my bedroom, I think that I was really able to dream big and design out loud, if you will." Designing out loud is not only a motto that Ray has adopted for her forthcoming blog and novice design projects, it's also the way she lives her life, she says, which has meant ditching unfulfilling jobs and opening up a space for opportunities like the one she says recently fell into her lap.
WATCH: After the show wrapped, Ray headed back to LA and got to work redecorating her home, channeling all of the ideas she took from the show into design moments of her own.