Erin Andrews Reveals Which Athlete’s Smile She Loves

Erin Andrews Reveals Which Athlete’s Smile She Loves

Erin Andrews is one of the most prominent and successful sports broadcasters of her era. She has covered many of the most notable events around and done it in a way that has left viewers at home satisfied and content.

As such, Andrews is uniquely qualified to speak on a variety of topics.

One such matter? Who the best interview around is.

As far as Andrews is concerned – the answer is an easy one.

“I think it’s going to be David Ortiz,” she said during a recent interview. “Why? Just that smile and it doesn’t matter what he says it’s just the smile.”

Andrews didn’t stop there, though.

“You know, I did a post-game interview with him after the Red Sox won it all after the Boston bombing,” she said. “Of course I had to make him reenact the ‘this is our bleeping city!’ You’re never supposed to give your microphone up and I just handed Papi my microphone.

“If you’re ever been around David Ortiz, I mean, you don’t even have to be around him – just look at that gorgeous smile and he just radiates this vibe that everyone just flocks to him. So, yeah Papi is one of my all-time faves.”

Andrews always keeps it real. Whether she is giving her blunt assessment on Troy Aikman’s massive ESPN deal amidst her own salary negotiations or which good-looking NFL coach she absolutely loves – she is nothing if not honest.

In that vein, it’s clear she was telling the truth about Ortiz as well.

Regardless of if she’s going super viral over her choice of wardrobe or revealing to Charissa Thompson why underwear is her favorite gift, everything Andrews says blows up online.

So in that spirit, expect to see more of her in the headlines in the coming weeks and months.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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