Biller Hemmer is an American journalist who is the current co-anchor of American Newsroom on the Fox News Channel. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism from Miami University, he joined WLWT-TV, where his discovered his passion for live television.
Hemmer joined CNN in 1995 and hosted several programs including American Morning, CNN Tonight, and CNN Live Today before leaving for Fox News in August 2005. In 2020, he hosted afternoon show Bill Hemmer Reports and served as the Chief Anchor for breaking news and other live major events.
Hemmer was in a long-term relationship with Dara Tomanovich
Bill and Canadian model Dara dated for nearly a decade after they met in 2005. Dara is a Canadian model who earned her big break after meeting with German designer Karl Lagerfeld in Paris. Karl hired her to become the face of French luxury house, Chloe.
Dara went on to model for British Vogue, Marie Claire, and L’Oreal. She still works as a model, and she is represented by the B&M models agency. Bill and Dara were first spotted cozying up during the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in 2005. The couple appeared together during many events in the eight years that they were together.
The last event they attended together was the 2013 Gala event held at the City Centre in Berlin. Reports that the couple had broken up emerged shortly after their appearance at the event. A year later, Dara was involved in drunk driving controversy after she crashed her Porsche in Manhattan.
He is quite secretive about his love life
Bill is quite vocal about his political opinions, but he is keeping a tight lid on his private life. Details about his private life after his break up with Dara are very few. He is quite active on social media, but he rarely posts anything about his love life.
His secretive nature has led to rumors claiming that he is gay. Gay rumors are common among celebrities who chose to be secretive about their love lives, and Bill is no exception. Bill hasn’t come out to deny these rumors, but we believe that they are unfounded.