Fox Sports: Complete Coverage of Their 15 Hottest Babes
Sports broadcasters, reporters and corespondents have a special and important job. They are the people who get and share the inside scoop at the very moment things happen. They are the ones on the sideline communicating with the coaches and players finding out things that make us, the viewers, more interested in the game. Some times we don’t realize how important they are to the world of sports. Sometimes we don’t notice how hot some of these reporters are. Networks have found a way to keep viewers in their seats in between game play. Hot female reporters that have a keen knowledge of sports keep men locked in on the TV screen. It seems that FOX Sports has a monopoly of the hottest reporters and commentators. Here are some of the hottest ones that have ever worked for FOX Sports.
Molly McGrath It only took Molly McGrath three years to go from being a Boston College student to network anchor desk and football sideline reporter at FOX Sports. McGrath’s big break came when she joined the NBA’s Boston Celtics as the team’s in-arena host for home games in 2011. In 2013 she auditioned and won the anchor position at FOX Sports 1 in 2013. McGrath can be seen at the desk and on the sideline, making professional an college football look really good.
Leeann Tweeden Leeann Tweeden is a sports commentator and model. She was an easy pick for this list. Tweeden moved to Hollywood in 1991 to pursue a career in modeling. While working at Hooters she appeared in their annual calendars. Tweeden was a correspondent for Fox Sports Net’s Best Damn Sports Show Period from 2000 to 2007. In 2008, Tweeden became the third hostess of the NBC late night television series Poker After Dark.
Krista Voda When you think of chicks that are into NASCAR you may not think of some of the hottest women on Earth. That’s until you lay your eyes on Krista Voda. Voda covers auto racing for FOX and is just as hot as the track when she does. She began in 2003 as a NASCAR broadcaster. Before then she worked for a few radio station in her hometown in Clinton, Iowa. Though NASCAR is the sport she mainly covers, Voda has experience covering college football, the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, the Kentucky Derby, the World Series, the PGA Championship, and the NFL.
Kaitlyn Vincie Kaitlyn Vincie is blonde bombshell that can be seen on FOX Sports’ NASCAR Race Hub and as a pit-reporter for the K&N Pro Series East. She started reporting for NASCAR immediately after she graduated from college in 2010. For two years she was a host and pit-reporter at the legendary Langley Speedway in Hampton, Virginia for Langley Speedway TV on SKY4. Through her work with NASCAR, Kaitlyn has been seen and heard at various events and radio programs including: Crown Royal’s “Capture the Crown” event at Richmond International Raceway, the Bald & the Beautiful radio program, Garage Talk Live, and more.
Julie Stewart-Binks As soccer gains popularity in the states, the more Julie Stewart-Binks becomes everyone’s favorite sports corespondent. An extremely versatile talent, Julie Stewart-Binks has served as a news-desk update anchor, studio show host, sideline reporter on FOX Sports’ soccer coverage, on-site reporter from other major live events and 1-on-1 interviewer. She has covered various of sports across multiple platforms.
Jenny Taft Jenny Taft is a former lacrosse player for Boston University, so sports are familiar to her. As a student she played lacrosse but as a reporter she mostly covers super cross events. She is a new member of the FOX Sports team, joining in 2014. Taft is a cutie and is not afraid to get dirty as she is constantly around dirt.
Georgie Thompson Georgie Thompson graduated from the University of Leeds in England with a degree of broadcast journalism. After graduating, Thompson worked as a production assistant on a research and production scheme for GMTV before moving to Sky Sports in January 2001. She has covered sporting events like the US Open Tennis, the A1 Grand Prix, Grand Prix Masters, Speedway World Cup, Race of Champions, America’s Cup and the 2011 Wimbledon Championships. Thompson moved to Fox Sports in 2013 as a panelist on Regis Philbin’s sports talk show Crowd Goes Wild.
Danielle Trotta Danielle Trotta is the current female co-host of NASCAR Race Hub. Trotta also hosts various NASCAR specials and events throughout the year, and hosted multiple Supercross and MotoGP races on FOX Sports 1 in 2014. She joined the FOX Sports team in July 2010. Prior to joining FOX, she cover ACC sports in Charlotte, North Carolina. Versatile and hot, Danielle Tortta has a promising career in broadcasting.
Colleen Dominguez Fairly new to FOX Sports, Colleen Dominguez joined 2014. It may be a little hard to pay attention to the game once you’ve seen her. She has captivating eyes that will hypnotize you of your are not careful. Colleen Dominguez is a perfect asset to the FOX team to boost ratings. That’s how gorgeous she is. Based in LA she appears on multiple programs including Sports Center, Outside the Lines and Outside the Lines Nightly. She graduated from California State University at Los Angeles and got a job writing for the Fox News magazine.
Charissa Thompson Charissa Thompson is one of the co-hosts on Fox Sports Live. She is also one of the co-hosts for the syndicated entertainment news show Extra. Thompson started her broadcasting career with FOX as a NFL sideline reporter. She left to work for ESPN where she was a host on the show Numbers Never Lie and Sports Nation. In 2013 she left ESPN and returned to FOX Sports where she can be seen now.
Erin Andrews Erin Andrews is one of the most popular sportscaster, journalist, and television personalities on the small screen. She currently hosts FOX College Football for Fox Sports, as well as Dancing with the Stars for ABC. Andrews became well known for her sports coverage as a co-host of College Game Day on ESPN and a contributor for Good Morning America on. She has been seen at many major sporting events, including the Super Bowl and the World Series. She is extremely hot which is a great reason to keep watching during halftime.
Jennifer Hale Jennifer Hale is a sideline reporter for Fox Sports. She covers the New Orleans Pelicans. She joined FOX in 2011 originally covering football games but switched to basketball a year later. A versatile journalist, Hale began her career as a political and investigative reporter and anchor after earning a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Hale is definitely qualified for he job and it’s a plus that she is easy on the eyes.
Jimena Sanchez Jimena Sanchez is by far one of the hottest sports reporters that is active. She is one of the top sideline reporters FOX Sports Mexico. She is so hot that many people call her the Mexican Kim Kardashian. Sanchez has been working with FOX Sports since 2010. She is a fan of the Oakland Raiders, New York Yankees, and the LA Lakers. Sanchez has her own fans as well.
April Rose Haydock April Rose Haydock is an model, actress and sports reporter. She has appeared on MTV Girls Code, in the film Grown Ups 2 and was the host of Maxim magazine’s web series. She also made Maxim’s 2012 Hot 100 List. April began working as a contributor to Speed network and stayed with them when they transitioned to FOX Sports. She covers hockey on her show Chicago Face-Off.
Alex Curry Alex Curry is a youthful and energetic which adds life to FOX Sports. Alex can be seen hosting Angels Weekly and Kings LIVE on Fox Sports West. Alex also played Soccer at San Diego State University and helped her team take home a NIRSA National Championship in 2006. Sports seem to be in her blood and I, for one, am glad she decide to stay in the sports world. She is definitely a great personality on screen.