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Americas Sexiest Sportscaster 2009 Contest
Total Pro Sports – So back on December 5th we wrote about who you think will be the 2009 Americas Sexiest Sportscaster? Playboy.com has been running the contest for over 2 months now and they are down to the last 4 contestants Charissa Thompson (Big Ten Network/Fox), Molly Sullivan of the MountainWest Sports Network, Lauren Shehadi of CBSSports.com, Bonnie Bernstein of ESPN and Erin Andrews of ESPN.
Total Pro Sports originally voted for Melanie Collins (Big Ten Network), Colleen Dominguez (ESPN), and Charissa Thompson (Big Ten Network/Fox) not bad we wen’t 1-3.
Talk about tough choices. It’s time to pick America’s Sexiest Sportscaster out of these five skilled and stunning finalists.
There’s the lovely Erin Andrews of ESPN, perhaps best known for her NCAA basketball coverage. Andrews won Playboy’s Sexiest Sportscaster in 2008—can she repeat?
ESPN’s second finalist is the beautiful and talented Bonnie Bernstein, who’s been with the Worldwide Leader since 2006 and recently had stints with the network’s Sunday Night Baseball and SportsCenter shows.
Also making the cut is relative sportscasting newcomer Lauren Shehadi, who joined CBSSports.com just this past summer. Previously, she was a reporter for North Dakota’s KX News, where her skills and girl-next-door charm clearly caught the eye of the network giant. Apparently, Playboy voters agreed.
Fox Network’s rising star Charissa Thompson notched a berth in the last round of voting. When this knockout is not joking around with John Salley on the Best Damn Sports Show Period, she roams college football sidelines reporting for the Big Ten Network.
Rounding out this fab five is Molly Sullivan of the MountainWest Sports Network. This former North Carolina Tar Heel swimmer trained for the Olympics before an injury sent her in pursuit of a reporting career. She currently covers UNLV sports for MTN.
Playboy.com wants to hear who you would vote for, we gave our vote to Charissa Thompson (Big Ten Network/Fox) who will you vote for?