The ludicrously hot Jenny Dell has served as Boston Red Sox sideline reporter for NESN 2012-present. Last month during a Red Sox-Astros game at Fenway Park. Dell did an interview with Sox fan Jennifer Colbert, who attended with her autistic son Elijah for Autism Awareness Day.
Shout out to Busted Coverage to for posting this video. Watch and you’ll see a Red Sox fan, who left his seat to get hot dogs, waltz right into Dell’s live shot after his wife gave him the green light. Jenny Dell tried to politely stop him with subtle hand gestures twice. However, the dude was just too oblivious.
After the interview was over, around the 1:30 mark you can see an understandably and justifiably angry Dell light this Red Sox fan up. Although there is no audio of what she’s saying to him. The body language says it all.
I’m sure she was just explaining to him that she was doing her spot live. “DO IT LIVE!!!!!!!” as Bill O’Reilly famously screamed (language NSFW)
Jenny Dell is a great follow on Twitter, she’s also a former UMass Cheerleader. Here’s the Jenny Dell Facebook page And the biography on her homepage:
(go here for more Jenny Dell pictures and career bio)
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