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Erin Andrews: Better to be Seen Than Heard
by Christina,posted Mar 22 2011 3:11PM
It’s been basketball overload for awhile now and I wanted to shift my focus on something a little…prettier. Plus, Butler screwed me and then VCU added the icing on top, so I’m not much interested in talking about the tournament.
That said, the always fun to look at Erin Andrews was interviewed the other day about a number of pressing topics including "The Bachelor", "Dancing With The Stars", and burping. They eventually made their way to a sports related question but since we aren’t talking about that particular madness, we won’t mention it.
As we all remember, Ms. Andrews was on "DWTS"...
(If you want to see more cha-cha-ing go check out Hines Ward at the Video of the Day)
and is apparently a fan of ABC reality shows as she was quick to mention "The Bachelor". She said she had e-mailed her publicist during the show’s finale about doing a ‘bachelor type show’. This was clearly not the first time the sports reporter has thought about it because she had a show idea all planned out.
It’s been rumored for sometime now that Erin Andrews has been looking to expand her role and branch out from sports. Bravo to her if she does but in the mean time, since she just signed a contract with ESPN to continue doing sports, then all I want to hear from her is sports.
Andrews has been fighting an uphill battle ever since she joined the sports world because she is attractive and likes to flaunt it. More power to her, but lately she’s being going even more off course; that whole Mountain Dew ‘challenge’, "DWTS", now this bachelor idea. She needs to just stick with sports; she sounds less and less interested by the day and when you get to the point where you no longer care what your audience thinks, then its time to move on.
ESPN has pimped her out to about the best of her abilities. (If we’re being honest, Erin Andrews is about 10th on the list of talented females over at the worldwide leader.) It’s time for the two to part ways. The sports world doesn’t care who she’s dating, or what show she wants to be on. All we as sports fans care is that she shows up, looks cute and says something that may or may not be helpful.
If that’s asking too much then hey, I’m always available.