Erin Andrews and Tom Brady were spotted on a date of some sort in Beverly Hills this week.
Because Andrews is married and Brady has been romantically linked to several people, the popular consensus in the aftermath was that this was just a gathering between friends.
That said, in light of how popular Andrews is, and given Brady’s status within the larger cultural zeitgeist, their little get-together made headlines nevertheless.
The imagery from Andrews’ evening with Brady spoke for itself:
Tom Brady seen with Fox sports sideline reporter Erin Andrews getting dinner in Beverly Hills. Brady will be starting his 375 million dollar deal as Fox’s sports lead broadcaster in the fall of next year pic.twitter.com/yXbpNPy6UC
— Tom Brady Updates 🐐 (@tombradymedia) November 14, 2023
Tom Brady Grabs Dinner With Erin Andrews In Beverly Hills Tom Brady is wasting no time getting acquainted with his new Fox Sports coworkers … hitting up a Beverly Hills hotspot with Erin Andrews!! Brady — rocking a grey hoodie and jeans — showed up at Funke restaurant with t… pic.twitter.com/RiTnHRTH8x
— Let’s Talk About Dis Shidd (@MrsBarnesII) November 14, 2023
The two met up at ‘Funke’ restaurant in Beverly Hills – a hot spot of sorts in Los Angeles. What precisely they chatted about remains unknown.
In a crazy football weekend that saw Sam Ponder’s outfit to her ESPN show get called out, Pam Oliver suffer some sort of medical emergency during her game and Jared Goff’s fiancée set the internet ablaze with her provocative choice of attire to his game, Andrews and Brady likely won’t steal the headlines away.
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That said, their meeting was definitely a get-together between titans in their respective fields.
Will Andrews and Brady shine a light on what they talked about at some point in the near future? Time will tell.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.