Wikipedia reports: Later Menounos attended Boston’s Emerson College where she participated in the now award winning organization, Emerson Independent Video. She graduated from Emerson in 2000.During her senior year, she was hired as a reporter for Channel One News. Her work for Channel One’s 10-minute segments included traveling to El Salvador to report on the earthquake of 2001, interviewing North Atlantic Treaty Organization aircrew members aboard an AWACS while flying a combat air patrol mission during the military alliance’s Operation Eagle Assist and interviewing then President George W. Bush. Entertainment Tonight hired Menounos as a correspondent in 2002, where she reported on movies, music and fashion. ET executives offered her a hosting gig for ET on MTV & VH1; she left the program in 2005 to focus on her acting career, though she would eventually join rival program Access Hollywood later that Fall as a special correspondent. She went on to co-host a few episodes of the Today show in the late summer and fall of 2006 as well as in April 2007. In 2003, Menounos appeared on the November 30 episode of Punk’d where she was one of many celebrities caught in the awkward and embarrassing “Red Carpet Interviews”.
In 2004, Menounos briefly appeared in an episode of the UPN series One on One as Glinda, an eccentric, self-proclaimed “Fairy Godmother to the Stars”. In the summer of 2005, she appeared in the comic book film Fantastic Four, where she played a nurse who is romanced by the “Human Torch”, played by Chris Evans. Her likeness and voice was featured in the 2005 Electronic Arts video game, From Russia with Love as Eva Adara, Red Grant’s henchwoman, which stars Sean Connery as James Bond. She is also the spokesperson for Pantene hair products. Menounos presented the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest (along with Greek singer Sakis Rouvas) that took place in Athens.