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E! Queen Catt Sadler Gives Great Face In Her Hancock Park Home

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on April 24, 2012.]

    It takes guts galore to work it in front of a camera, particularly as a style news anchor on live TV. You've gotta know your shizz, think on your feet, and rock a ravishing face with grace while you're at it. That's why we give mad props to E! News correspondent Catt Sadler—she's always perfectly composed and the picture of well-versed perfection (you don't win an Emmy for phoning it in!).

    And once we got to know the press star, one thing became clear: None of that camera quip is an act. Catt's brimming with down-to-earth Midwestern charm and has an unabashed personality that makes you want to instantly BFF her. She's truly the whole kit Catt and caboodle! We know you'll concur after glimpsing at her outstanding off-duty style, and reading about why there really are no airs about this on-air pro.

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