Doocy, who co-hosts Fox News' morning show "Fox and Friends" sat down for a feature interview with the Post-Gazette. The Fox News host discussed a range of topics, including his morning routine.
"I get up every day at 3:27 a.m," Doocy said. While the early morning wake-up call is surprising in and of itself, Doocy also revealed where he first turns for his morning headlines. Spoiler alert: it is not Fox News.
"The reason it is 3:27 is that I get up and turn on the hot water and by the time the water is hot in the shower the news on the half-hour on CBS is going to start. I turn off the shower and listen to the news and figure out what we will be talking about most probably."
Doocy's show, "Fox and Friends," leads the cable network's daily coverage, airing from 6-9:00 a.m. Prior to joining Fox News in 1996, Doocy co-anchored WCBS-TV's "Early Morning Newscast."
UPDATE: 3:40 p.m. -- The Post-Gazette has updated Doocy's quote to more clearly state that the Fox News host turns on WCBS Radio when he wakes up.
Doocy's original quote can be heard in the audio version of the interview at around 4:23.
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