Erin Andrews’s First GMA Report: Victims of Stalking

08.03.10 8 years ago 21 Comments

ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews rose to greater (and well-deserved) fame with a an impressive run on “Dancing with the Stars” — a remarkable return to the public eye after a stalker released nude video of her taken from peephole videos in different hotels. As part of her new contract with the Disney corporation, Andrews will begin additional reports for “Good Morning America” starting tomorrow:

In her first report as a contributor to “Good Morning America,” Erin Andrews sits down with three women who were the victims of stalking and are speaking out in order to raise awareness about the issue. Andrews, who very publicly experienced a similar situation herself last year, chronicles the women’s fight and the push for tougher anti-stalking laws. Her first report will air on “Good Morning America” on Thursday. [via]

I don’t know, this doesn’t seem like a good idea to me. The last woman from ESPN to work for “Good Morning America” was Robin Roberts, and she got breast cancer. Twelve years later. Sure, MAYBE it’s just a coincidence, but do you have proof that it isn’t? I didn’t think so. So there you have it: “GMA” causes breast cancer. Get out while you still can, Erin!

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