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Nessa Diab
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
EducationUniversity of California, Berkeley
B.A. in Mass Communications
OccupationTelevision and radio host
Partner(s)Colin Kaepernick (2015–present)

Nessa Diab, known mononymously as Nessa, is an American radio and TV personality and television host.[1][2]


Nessa first rose to prominence for her artist and celebrity interviews on San Francisco Bay Area Top 40 station Wild 94.9 and YouTube, which led to MTV seeking her out to be on Girl Code.[3][4] She has also hosted various MTV and MTV2 shows. She currently hosts the drive time shift on New York City's top rated Hot 97.[5][6][7][8]


Year Title Role Notes
2013 Girl Code Herself Season 1 - Season 4
MTV Woodie Awards Herself Co-host
Ain't That America Herself
MTV2 Charlamagne & Friends Herself
2013–present iHeartRadio Music Festival Herself
2014 VH1 Big Morning Buzz Herself
MTVU Woodie Awards Co-host
iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party Herself Guest Appearance
The Real World Aftershow Host
Real World: Ex-Plosion Reunion Host
MTV2 Jobs That Don't Suck Host
Snooki & Jwoww Aftershow Host
Teen Mom Aftershow Host
2015 Girl Code Live Herself - Host Season 1 - Present
2016 The Challenge: Battle of the Bloodlines Reunion Host
Real Talk (Aftershow series for Real World: Go Big or Go Home) Host
Mucho Mas (Aftershow series for The Challenge: Rivals III) Host
The Challenge: Rivals III Reunion Host
Real Talk (Aftershow series for Real World Seattle: Bad Blood) Host
2018-present Talk Stoop Host


  1. ^ "Hot 97's Nessa". the Fader. Retrieved 2015-02-04.
  2. ^ Zimbio – Lani Conway. "Nessa from MTV's 'Girl Code' Answers Our 26 Burning Questions". Zimbio. Retrieved 2015-07-25.
  3. ^ Hernandez, Emma (2 May 2018). "It's About Time We Get to Know 'Teen Mom' After Show Host Nessa". In Touch.
  4. ^ Cabrera, Daniela (30 August 2015). "Who is Nessa Diab? The 'Girl Code' Star Is Killing It In The Radio & Television World". Bustle.
  5. ^ "Nessa". HOT 97. 25 January 2015. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  6. ^ Hinckley, David (15 January 2015). "Hot-97 shake up as radio station hires new host, program director". New York Daily News.
  7. ^ Coscarelli, Joe (13 February 2015). "For Hip-Hop Radio and Its Voices, Change Is on the Air". The New York Times.
  8. ^ "Nessa is Named Host of Talk Stoop". NBC. 2 April 2018.

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