Kaynette Williams is an American television personality and TV host. She was born on 20th February 1973, in Ada, Oklahoma, USA. She is recognized as Blake Shelton's ex-wife. At the start of her career, she served as Blake's manager.
She is currently affiliated with an organization as a women's rights activist, focusing on issues that are relevant to women's issues.
Date of Birth
20th February 1973
Ada, Oklahoma, USA
television personality and tv host
Family and Early life:
Willams father worked as a newscaster while her mother was a teacher. She is noted for having no siblings, therefore she spent her childhood with her parents. her parents were wealthy and she had a happy childhood.
She aspired to be a doctor when she was younger. She did however, earn a degree in both human science (sociology) and finance (economics). She is regarded to be a excellent student at all time.
Blake Shelton, an American singer, and songwriter is Kaynette Williams's ex-husband. Williams and Blake first met when Blake was only 15 years old and she was just out of high school. She used to be his assistant and road manager when he was younger.
On 17 November 2003, in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, the pair married in a small ceremony. Unfortunately, the couple divorced in 2006, after three years of marriage. The cause of their divorce was Blake's unsuitable marital behavior.
Currently, she is dating and living together with Cody Joe Scheck, the world record holder for steer roping.
The estimated net worth of Kaynette Williams is around $2 million. It's worth mentioning that her ex-husband's worth is more than $60 million, so she might have made a lot of money following the divorce.
She also made her earnings through her successful career as a tv host and teacher. She is employed as a math teacher facilitator in an elementary school. A school teacher's average income in Kansas is projected to be $54,950, but the range is usually between $47,972 and $63,436.
Throughout the early days of Williams's career, she was Shelton's manager for a few years, coordinating promotion, appearances, and even tours. She rose to fame and prominence as a television host.
She is now well known as an award-winning math teacher at a Kansas primary school as well as a women's rights activist. She was also the host of a television show.