1) Norah O'Donnell MSNBC - if anyone defines classic beauty on TV it is
her. As perfect as you can get in terms of beauty.
No one comes close to her in terms of looks on news.
2) Suzanne Malveaux CNN - skin tone is incredible, fantastic smile and
3) Monica Novotny MSNBC - pixie like and very cute
4) Kelly O'Donnell NBC - not as beautiful as her sister but lovely hair
I used to like Suzanne Malveax, but it looks like her skull/bone structure
is changing with age and it's affecting her looks.
> Contessa Brewer-MSNBC
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That's medically impossible unless she's had an accident.
> > I used to like Suzanne Malveax, but it looks like her skull/bone structure
> > is changing with age and it's affecting her looks.
> That's medically impossible unless she's had an accident.
When I wondered about Reese Witherspoon's formerly bulbous head,
people here said that surgeons can indeed 'fix' such things.
As for Suzanne Malveaux, I don't think it's her head,
I think it's her hair.
She used to have an incredibly wild mane, which they have
progressively 'tamed' and trimmed until it's a blah nothing now.
None of these women hold a candle to Kiran Chetry though,
even if she does have her mouth shoved up Roger Ayles ass.
Not at all.
Work with someone whose mother-in-law is usffering form just such an
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Actually I think it's the soft tissue in her face that's changing with age
or maybe some weight loss. She used to have slightly softer, rounder
features. Now they seem more prominent and masculine.
PS-It's not "medically impossible" for a person's skullbone structure to
change slightly as they age. With or without surgery or trauma.
> Peachhead wrote:
>> Heidi Collins-CNN. When Soledad O'Brien has her kids I hope the Collins on
>> in the morning.
> I concur. Heidi is very pretty.
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"The likelihood of one individual being correct increases in a direct
proportion to the intensity with which others try to prove him wrong"
James Mason from the movie "Heaven Can Wait".
> Who are the most attractive reporters on cable or network news.
I have to confess to wanting Laurie Dhue. Badly.
Well, no, I'm not sorry.
And there's a brunette on Fox News I alkso find very attractive, but
her name escapes me at the moment.
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> <aalu...@webtv.net> wrote:
> > Who are the most attractive reporters on cable or network news.
> I have to confess to wanting Laurie Dhue. Badly.
> I'm sorry.
> Well, no, I'm not sorry.
You should be.
> And there's a brunette on Fox News I alkso find very attractive, but
> her name escapes me at the moment.
Either Keiran Chetry or Jane Skinner, I'd wager.
Ian (Also, you gots to give props to my girl Martha McCallum, formerly
of CNBC and now of FNC...)
Before she got this 'talk live' gig,
she would never, ever smile.
She has a lot of different looks, but when she's on, she's really on.
> > Rudi Bakhtiar of CNN Headline News is drop dead gorgeous.
> She has a lot of different looks, but when she's on, she's really on.
She looks a bit like Cindy Crawford.
Some unknown rock band wrote a song about her and she played
part of it on the air and got all excited.
And as I was reminded in the blurb from the article below, Rudi has the
cutest pronunciation of "Saddam" ever.
> Some unknown rock band wrote a song about her and she played
> part of it on the air and got all excited.
Was that possibly Maria Bartiromo, who was the subject of a song by The
> > Well, no, I'm not sorry.
> You should be.
Well, I'm not. So there. :-P
Laurie shall be mine.
Oh my! Is that temperature down in the lower right HER temperature?!
Someone get that lady a sweater!
Both Campbell Brown and Natalie Morales on MSNBC are kinda cute.
As for an older anchor woman, Kathleen Kennedy on CNN Headline
News still looks great. Seems like she has been there forever.
> > She looks a bit like Cindy Crawford.
> And as I was reminded in the blurb from the article below, Rudi has the
> cutest pronunciation of "Saddam" ever.
Rudi should read the news one night, wearing a Burqa, just for kicks.
> > Some unknown rock band wrote a song about her and she played
> > part of it on the air and got all excited.
> Was that possibly Maria Bartiromo, who was the subject of a song by The
No, it was Rudi all right. Didn't know that about Maria.
She looks like she'd be a demon in the sack.
She was born and raised in Iran according the her bio at the CNNHN website.
She speaks perfect American English for a native Iranian.
I read she was born in California.
"Yet, like a Hilary Duff toiling in the shadows of a Lindsay Lohan, the
pursuit of science on Mars proceeds apace."
Her bio says she attended UCLA.
Where did she grow up? Rudi was born in California and raised in Iran.
Education? Bachelor of Science in biology, University of California at
"Her autobio: I was born to Iranian immigrants in Fresno, California. By
the age of 2, I had managed to talk my parents into moving out to Los
Angeles ... you would too if you lived in Fresno. But L.A. wasn't the
answer either and on my 5th birthday, I was on a plane to the Middle East,
where I hoped my parents would reap the rewards of their American
education. They did ... for a while. But in 1979, there was an Islamic
revolution in Iran; the shah was overthrown. The Ayatollah Khomeini took
over, and many were killed. My world, as I had known -- and loved it, was
over. I owe a lot to those trying times: I would not be the person I am
today if I had not been forced to endure five post-revolution years in
Iran. That kind of oppression and lost opportunities inspired me to make
the most of my life and take nothing for granted."
> Does *no one* like MSNBC "Anime Girl" Chris Jansing?!?!!
I like her a hell of a lot more than that dufus that everyone
was raving over for awhile; Ashley Banfield
I stand corrected; I misread the bio. She was RAISED in Iran.
> Contessa Brewer-MSNBC
> I used to like Suzanne Malveax, but it looks like her skull/bone structure
> is changing with age and it's affecting her looks.
Besides, the whacky pronunciation irks me. Suzahhhhne. You don't even say it
that way in French. They'd think you were an IQ-less German or something. Nex
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Kate Snow. ex-CNN. ABC currently. Those cheekbones.
My favorites are Judy Fortin (CNN Headline news), Heidi Collins (CNN),
and Chris Jansing (MSNBC).
Just like that "girl next door" sort of look myself.