From TV host and executive producer to actor and director, Emmy award winning television personality, Victoria Recaño is captivating audiences on both the big and small screen. Currently, she is a correspondent for Inside Edition as well as the host and executive producer of celebrity, fashion news series, "The Trend" on zappos.com. And, she isn't only searching for the latest trends in style. As a special guest contributor to Gourmet Live and a guest critic for GAYOT.com, she is getting the hottest dish from the table with celebrities and star chefs.

After five seasons as a host and correspondent for CBS’s The Insider and Entertainment Tonight, the top syndicated entertainment news magazines in the world, Victoria joined the KTLA news team as co-anchor of the 6 and 10pm newscasts. She covered breaking news and the stories that matter most to the Los Angeles community. Victoria was also a special correspondent and media expert for TV Guide's Hollywood 411. Sitting down with some of the most celebrated people of our time, from Bill Gates and Barack Obama to Reese Witherspoon and Barry Manilow, Victoria has an innate ability to unlock the secrets of the stars and get to the heart of issues that matter.

Always on the move, Victoria has flown alongside Air Force One with the White House Press corps and has dared to get behind the wheel with racecar driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. From the red carpet at the Oscar’s to the democratic debates, she is always on the inside track when it comes to current events and celebrity news. Landing her first on-camera gig in high school as a host for "The Disney Afternoon", Victoria quickly moved up the ranks to become a general assignment reporter in her hometown of St. Louis. At the height of the tech boom, Victoria was named the anchor of ZDTV News, later renamed TechTV, in San Francisco. Then, after a brief stint at NBC's KNTV, Victoria made her way to the big apple, taking a position as a correspondent for Inside Edition. Throughout her career, Victoria has continued serving her community through various programs including, Food Outreach and the ZATA Project, organizations providing care to HIV/AIDS-infected patients, as well as volunteering for Catholic Charities of Los Angeles.

Currently, Recaño resides in LA with her husband and two children, where she enjoys traveling, dance, and of course, lots of time in the kitchen.