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Shannon Sharpe Couldn’t Stop Staring At Molly Qerim’s Outfit On First Take

Shannon Sharpe Couldn’t Stop Staring At Molly Qerim’s Outfit On First Take

Shannon Sharpe couldn’t stop staring at Molly Qerim’s outfit during an episode of ‘First Take’ this week.

Earlier this year, Sharpe made the switch from ‘Undisputed’ with Skip Bayless on Fox Sports to ‘First Take’ with Stephen A. Smith on ESPN. The move concluded a long, drawn-out back-and-forth with Bayless that captivated the sports media world.

While there were some initial bumps in the road during Sharpe’s early days on ‘First Take’ with Smith, things have evened out since then.

This week, Sharpe made headlines when fans noticed he couldn’t stop staring Qerim’s choice of outfit:

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To be fair, Sharpe wasn’t the only one.

Fans on social media simply could not get enough of Qerim’s choice of attire to the program:

This isn’t the first time in recent days Qerim has found herself trending. Between her intimate video with Smith, provocative fashion choices and the time Smith made her so uncomfortable she didn’t show up to work the next day, she has been in the headlines nonstop.

Plus, in addition to all that, her general social media posts have been blowing up online, too:

 

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Smith is widely regarded as the face of ‘First Take’ for obvious reasons. He is.

But Qerim plays an essential role in the program as well.

She is the show’s heart and soul.

What will Sharpe, Smith and Qerim inevitably find themselves trending for next week? Time will tell.

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Carlos Garcia

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.
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