Jedediah Bila’s Shoe Size and Body Measurements

Jedediah Bila Shoe Size and Measurements


There is no denying that Jedediah Bila’s feet are small! The TV show host’s body measurements are summarized in the table below.

Jedediah was born January 29, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York. That not very conservative place and she summarized her hardship in her bestseller Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative. In 2014, Bila became a panelist on Outnumbered. This new show features 4 women and only 1 man discussing current news. Bila is definitely one of the hottest celebrities on Fox Channel and we would love to see her posing in swimsuit, preferably a bikini of course.

Born A. Jedediah Louisa Bila, she was raised in Brooklyn. In June of 2017, she announced her engagement to Jeremy Scher on The View. They tied the knot in early 2018. In November 2019, their son Hartley was born.

She made guest appearances on Fox News’ Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld.

Body Measurements Table

All body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

Body Measurements
Height165 cm, 5’4” (feet & inches)
Weight55.5 kg, 122 pounds
Cup Size (US)B
Shoe Size (US)6.5
Body ShapeRectangle
Dress Size (US)4
Breasts-Waist-Hips (Inches)34-25-35
Breasts-Waist-Hips (cm)86-64-89
Bra Size (US)32B
Implants or Natural (Breasts)N/A


"What do the Left's tactics have to do with me or my ability to counter them with smart policy, solid media strategy, innovative marketing, effective delivery, creative projects, and youth outreach? Nothing."

Jedediah Bila

"Once I hit 25, people started asking me about marriage and kids all the time. I remember hitting 35 and some would ask the same questions with a strange tone, as if my life was somehow over because I hadn't yet settled into their version of happiness."

Jedediah Bila

"There are objective people, there are opinion people, and in my opinion that makes for a better America."

Jedediah Bila

"Democrats like Congressman Elijah Cummings say they care about how migrants are treated at the border. What about the families and people in their own district?"

Jedediah Bila

"We're in this industry, we feel like we need to be plugged into a news cycle all day long. You feel like if you're not commenting on the news 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you're not going to be relevant."

Jedediah Bila

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