Simone Boyce is a nationally recognized TV host and journalist whose work has been featured on MSNBC, Access Hollywood, MTV, the Today Show, Nightly News and more. As a correspondent for NBC News NOW, Simone reported on social unrest, presidential elections, immigration, criminal justice reform and climate change from the front lines. Simone led MSNBC's live coverage of the Harvey Weinstein sex crimes trial in Los Angeles and was one of the first reporters on the scene of Tiger Woods's car crash for NBC, CNBC & Golf Channel. She recently hosted MTV's live coverage of the Top Gun: Maverick premiere and appeared as a guest co-host on Access Hollywood. In 2019, Simone was named a "versatile journalist" by NewsPro and included in their "12 TV Pros to Watch" list. She's traveled the world as an entertainment correspondent, interviewing the likes of Brad Pitt, The Rock, Kevin Hart, Hugh Jackman, Tom Cruise, Viola Davis and Jennifer Lawrence. Simone has a Digiday nomination, two Emmy nominations and holds a degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Florida.