To quote Adam Sandler in ‘The Channukah Song,” “so many Jews are in the show business.” And so many hot Jewish women. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and for the first time in epochs, Channukah overlaps with Thanksgiving. Seriously, it’s been a long time.
A lot of the Jewish names that are huge in Hollywood you already know. After seeing this list you’ll know a few more that you hadn’t known previously. Hopefully, you’ll want to check out our Ten Hottest Canadian women.
You know this list is impressive when you look at the names of Jewish women that just missed: Sarah Silverman, Evan Rachel Wood, Isla Fisher, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Michelle Tractenberg, Rachel Bilson, Debra Messing. Yes, those are the Jewish women that missed the cut.
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Holly Sonders of the Golf Channel is SEO gold. Her, along with Jenny Dell, are the new Jenn Brown and Erin Pageviews. Both Brown and Erin Andrews stopped being SEO gold mines after 2010. Holly Sonders is the new thing now. Her photo shoot video, which you can see below, was the fourth most watched video on the Golf Channel’s website this past week.
This, according to NBC Sports “Digital Bytes,” a weekly press release by NBCSN. They claim that the Holly Sonders video got 257,000 views this week. Why is this news?
Julie Stewart-Binks joined Fox Sports as an update desk anchor and correspondent for FOX Sports 1, earlier this year. America’s new sports network launching Aug. 17th, Fox Sports 1 is the Rebel Alliance launching an offensive on the ESPN empire. Bristol is the DeathStar. Not sure who the Ewoks would be in this analogy.
Nor what systems CBS and NBC Sports are. Today, Julie Stewart-Binks was also named host of recently unveiled FOX SOCCER DAILY, (ALL CAPS! SO YOU KNOW YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO READ IT LOUDLY) a live soccer news, highlights and analysis program airing weekdays at 3:00-3:30 PM CDT on FOX Sports 1 beginning Monday, Aug. 19.
Molly McGrath is the person of Fox Sports 1 who you always stop whatever you’re doing to pay extra attention to what she’s saying. It’s the Bartiromo effect on CNBC, but for sports. Molly McGrath grew up in San Francisco, California and eventually moved across the country to attend Boston College, where she studied Broadcast Journalism and received her Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Most recently, Molly worked as the sideline reporter and in-arena host for the Boston Celtics.
Now she’s on FS1
Jennifer Hale works as a sideline reporter for the NFL on Fox and in New Orleans as a sports and news anchor at WVUE, Fox 8.
She covers both sports news and regular news, including Hurricane Katrina coverage for MSNBC. Jennifer Hale was Fox 8′s morning anchor before making the jump to sports. Her political and investigative reports won various Edward R. Murrow awards, as well as Emmy and AP Awards. She got started with LSU, doing player profiles and on-the-field reports for LSUSports.net.
NFL cheerleaders in cold weather cities often get to abandon their skimpy outfits on cold days. Sometimes they’re allowed to wear the warm, bulky outfits that cover everything up. And not the stripperesque outfits that warm weather/dome team NFL cheerleaders wear year round.
Is it too early for this Christmas themed post? Absolutely not. Radio stations go to X-mas music the day after Halloween. Christmas has just eaten Thanksgiving now. So here’s the uniform of choice for NFL cheerleaders when the weather gets cold: Christmas/Santa outfits.
The top ten most attractive female news anchors. Who doesn’t love a good list post, right?
While this list is generally one person’s opinion, having been married to one of the great ‘Tractor Beam’s of Hotness’ for over 23 years, I like to consider myself one of the true connoisseurs of the female form, so this is as much expertise as you’re going to get from a freelance writer. [Read more...]
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders will participate in the opening ceremonies for the 2013 FORMULA 1 UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX Nov. 17.
LOUD NOISES! I DON’T KNOW WHAT WE’RE YELLING ABOUT!
The opening ceremonies will also include a performance by the University of Texas Longhorn Band along the Circuit’s main straight and the Formula 1™ drivers’ parade before the race on Sunday, Nov. 17.
Maria Sharapova learned to play tennis in her hometown of Sochi. And now she’s making a homecoming in a big, big way. Tennis champion Maria Sharapova, winner of four Grand Slam singles crowns and a silver medal for Russia in women’s singles at the 2012 London Olympics, will join NBC Olympics for its Winter Games coverage in Sochi, Russia, it was announced today.
Sharapova, the flag bearer for her native Russia at the 2012 London Olympics Opening Ceremony, will serve as a correspondent offering insight and commentary on Russia’s first Winter Olympics. So even though she made Olympic mark in the Summer games, she will be making her media mark in the winter games.
Lindsey Vonn: The Return, (yes kind of like Derrick Rose The Return) is an exclusive interview with the most decorated skier in U.S. history. It’s the 30-minute special, where sportscaster Steve Porino and Lindsey Vonn talk openly about everything from her history of injuries, depression and media scrutiny (obviously the decision to date Tiger Woods, the most famous athlete in the world, is a movie that invited extra media attention) to records and retirement.
We have a sneak pic video of Lindsey Vonn The Return. Watch it after the jump.
ABC correspondent Amy Robach is 40 years old and diagnosed with breast cancer. She went on Good Morning America and had a mammogram live for all of this great nation to see. Fellow GMA correspondent Robin Roberts is a cancer survivor herself. Roberts just underwent a stem cell transplant to treat a blood disease similar to leukemia. Roberts told Amy Robach “if you save just one life” doing the mammogram, it’s worth it.
That one life could be the one belonging to Amy Robach.