The panel on "The Five" took part in the "10-Year Challenge" that is sweeping social media.
He joined FNC in 2002 as a production assistant in the newsroom.
As the host of "Watters' World," Jesse provides viewers with a one-of-a-kind look at the latest headlines and conducts interviews with newsmakers.
The series launched in November 2015, building on Watters' popular "man on the street" segments from "The O'Reilly Factor."
Jesse graduated from Trinity College in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in history.
Stories from Jesse Watters
President Donald Trump was lambasted for serving mountains of fast food burgers and fries for the national champion Clemson Tigers football team during their visit to the White House.
In the midst of the partial government shutdown, nearly three dozen Democratic lawmakers attended a Congressional Hispanic Caucus event in Puerto Rico where they rubbed elbows with lobbyists and took in the sunshine.
Rep. Andy Biggs said Saturday night that President Trump is "seriously considering" declaring a national emergency over the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
On "The Five" Friday, Jedediah Bila said it's "really, really pathetic" for some Democrats to claim the ongoing battle over border security funding is about race.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's Twitter video in which he walks along a steel-slat barrier set up between McAllen, Texas and Tamaulipas, Mexico.
Greg Gutfeld said that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was "betraying her constituency" by remarks she made following President Trump's national address on border security.
The panel on "The Five" reacted to Hollywood's latest attacks on President Trump, including Samuel L. Jackson's endorsement of a profane remark about Trump and accusations of racism from Robert De Niro.
Tuesday's panel on "The Five" reacted to California Gov. Gavin Newsom's inaugural speech, during which the Democrat said his state would provide "sanctuary to all who seek it."
Monday's panel on "The Five" discussed newly elected Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's policy proposals after the New Yorker suggested a 70 percent tax hike for the wealthy.
Greg Gutfeld said on "The Five" that President Trump should talk about the "personal vendetta" Democrats have against him when he addresses the nation Tuesday.
Herman Cain said Saturday night that over mere days of a new Congress, the Democrats have sounded like "a 200-piece orchestra where none of the instruments are tuned and they're trying to play the symphony called 'Hate Trump.'"