Former MY FM and Power 106 FM radio co-host Liz Hernandez has joined Access Hollywood, where her first assignment will be interviewing Miley Cyrus.
Hernandez will contribute to Access and will cover red carpet events, junkets and report on all breaking Hollywood news.
"My slut walk is coming up October 3 in Downtown LA, and it's for the fact that women deal with double standards – victim blaming, slut-shaming," Amber told Liz on the red carpet at MTV's Video Music Awards.
"I decided to wear every derogatory word you can possibly call a woman because people call us that all the time.
Bjorlin returned to the role, in a two-episode stint in celebration of the soap's fiftieth anniversary celebration on August 3, 2015.
She returned for another visit in January 2016 and returned full-term in June 2016.
Hernandez has appeared as herself in numerous television shows, including HBO’s “Entourage.” She has been recognized by the National Hispanic Media Coalition for excellence in radio broadcasting and has worked for E! “With her strong background in radio and ‘Access Hollywood’s emphasis on music, Liz is a perfect fit as we continue to grow in our 18th season.” “I am so excited to be joining what has always been my favorite entertainment news magazine,” Hernandez added.
“I’m always searching for a new way to make my mark and that’s what I intend to do here at ‘Access.'” “Access Hollywood” is produced by NBC and distributed by NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.Also read: ‘Access Hollywood’ Executive Producer Blasts Kardashians Over ‘Blacklisting’ Born and raised in Southern California, Hernandez served as the long-time radio co-host of the No.1 rated and nationally syndicated morning show, “Big Boy’s Neighborhood”, on Los Angeles’ Power 106 FM.Amber Rose and Blac Chyna made quite a statement on Sunday, wearing outfits covered in words like "Slut," 'Whore," "Golddigger" and "Hoe" at the VMAS.The ladies explained their fashion statement to Access Hollywood's Liz Hernandez.She was first introduced in November 1999, created by then-head writer Tom Langan.