And in its moody visual style and muckraking, conspiracy-theory-heavy journalism, He has always made it a point to leave visitors waiting. As I wait in the second-floor ballroom of his mansion, I have time to admire the white Icelandic goatskin rug underfoot, the hand-carved tables and chairs, the gilded eighteenth-century piano with ornate candelabras and the full-size mosaic-inlaid indoor swimming pool.
He is at once a public-relations master and a recluse; a street-savvy cynic and a gullible optimist; a tough-guy heavy and a sensitive artist.
At the pinnacle of his power, when he was worth hundreds of millions of dollars, he even dreamed of defying death.
Before the wedding Bob wrote, 'The final countdown!!!
Only 4 more days away @jescanyon and we’re rolling into #casaentrerocas to make it official!! #Rideofalifetime #PBJ16 #puntamita #iloveus #beautifuldestinations.'Guiney published a book in 2003, titled What a Difference a Year Makes: How Life's Unexpected Setbacks Can Lead to Unexpected Joy, describing his life leading up to his appearance on The Bachelorette, and the lessons he learned from his family and friends as he went through a divorce in the previous year.
's Fourth Hour, the "Guys Tell All" panelist just nonchalantly noted at the beginning of a segment, "I'm actually engaged now."After Kathie Lee and Hoda exclaimed "WHAT" in unison, Bob, 44, explained that he got engaged on Labor Day Weekend.
It's true, too—his fiancée, Jessica Canyon, Instagrammed a photo of the happy couple post-proposal four weeks ago.
‘They’ve just grown apart and are no longer the people they were when they got married.‘They’ve been on the rocks for a long time.
It’s over and it’s been over for a while now.’ Guiney, 39, who currently hosts game show GSN Live on US television, was in Las Vegas this weekend where he took part in a charity poker tournament.
Kathie Lee worried out loud whether Bob would "lose all [his] charm" now that he's headed for the aisle.