Bobby Bones is an America-based radio personality who hosts the nationally syndicated show 'The Bobby Bones Show,' in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the winner of the 27th season of Dancing with the Stars, along with Sharna Burgess.
Bobby was born on April 2, 1980, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA and was raised in Mountain Pine, Arkansas. His mother, Hazel Hurt, became pregnant when she was 15 and his father, Pamela Hurt, was 17.
Bobby's radio career had already started when he was 17; he worked at a station at Henderson State University, KSWH-FM 91.1.
In 2002, the radio host completed his graduation with a B.A. degree in Radio/Television from Henderson.
In the same year, an Arkansas-based radio station Q100/KQAR hired him for hosting. He then started working for KLAL.
In February 2003, Bobby started his own radio show, 'The Bobby Bones Show' on KHFI-FM in Austin, Texas.
Bobby appeared in a feature film Bandslam in 2009, alongside actress Vanessa Hudgens. Similarly, he has also starred on ABC's Nashville.
The Bobby Bones Show became national syndication in February 2013, with Premiere Networks. It was also made available on iHeartRadio.com and the iHeartRadio mobile app.
In September 2018, Bobby was announced to compete on the Dancing with the Stars, alongside professional dancer Sharna, and in November 2018, he ended up winning the competition.
Talking about his personal life, Bobby is currently single. However, he previously had an affair with Canadian singer Lindsay Ell.
The former couple had started dating in the early 2017 but in less than a year of their relationship, the television personality broke up with his girlfriend, in October 2017. Also, he has not opened up about getting married by far.
As for Bobby's earnings, he has an estimated salary and net worth of $1 million and $7 million respectively.
Moreover, according to the cheatsheet.com, from competing to winning the competition on the dancing reality show, Bobby made around $345,000.