Michelle Beadle is an American sports reporter and anchor who used to host the ESPN show called Get Up! It is heard that she has now left the show. Let us know the reason and her response to it!
Michelle Beadle and her exit from Get Up!
ESPN had made an announcement around 2.5 weeks back that Michelle would be leaving the show. She has now moved back to Los Angeles and would be anchoring a new NBA show, she said. Michelle is more than happy about it. She tweeted:
“I’d say I’m sad to be leaving but…who are we kidding. Time to go home! JFX-LAX.”
She was paid $ 5 million a year for the show and later got a contract extension to work for the NBA show. This new show would have Rose, Chauncey, Billups, and Paul Piece with Michelle as the host. On the other hand, the format of the show Get Up! is also changing and will now have more highlights and scores. All these are efforts to improve on its ratings.
Michelle Beadle and her birth, childhood, and education details
If we see Michelle’s wiki, one can see that she was born on 23 October in the year 1975 in Italy, She is aged 42 now. Her parents are Bob Beadle and Serenella Paladino. Her father worked as an executive at Valero Energy while her mother is from Italy. One half of her childhood was in Roanoke, Texas and this was on the outskirts of Dallas. For the latter half of her childhood, Michelle was raised in Boerne town which is outside of San Antonio. She has two younger siblings-brother Robert and a younger sister.
When the family immigrated to the US, Michelle and her mother learned English together. She was a tomboy in her childhood with all male friends. Michelle was a student of and graduated from Boerne High School. She later joined the University of Texas at Austin for political science and pre-law. She then took up job with a law group and was working at Capitol, Austin but that experience made her realize that she was not suited for the law. For three years, she did not take up any college studies since she was unsure what to pursue. She did odd jobs in Canada and also did a waitress’s job in Austin. She then joined the University of Texas in San Antonio and completed her graduation from there.
Michelle Beadle and her career
Michelle got help from her father and she joined as an intern with the San Antonio Spurs. She tried her hands at reporting here. She then joined Fox Sports Net and began hosting Big Game Hunters.
In 2002, she migrated to TNN and was a sideline reporter covering the Professional Bull riders’ Bud Light Cup tour. Starting as a 2-week ad-hoc, she was later told to do it permanently. She also worked as a freelance reporter for CBS Sports and used to cover ESPN’s Titan Games.
After this, she joined the Travel Channel and was the host of ‘Get Packing’. She was also the anchor of Major League Baseball Production’s magazine show called Cathedrals of the Game. She worked for YES Network and did interviews and feature reporting. She used to double up as a sideline reporter. She hosted several other football and sports shows and gained a lot of experience.
She even hosted several entertainment and reality shows and was good at it. She joined ESPN on 1 June 2009. She started as host of SportsNation and got more programs to work as an anchor. She also used to host a podcast. In 2012, she left ESPN and joined NBC Sports Network. In March 2014 she was back in ESPN. She began to host Get Up! In April 2018 but now has left the show. She does earn a decent amount of money and her net worth is said to be $ 4 million.
Michelle Beadle and her personal life/social media/body measurements
She was dating actor Steve Kazee but they split in December 2016. She is not married and has no children. Michelle is not dating any boyfriend now and is said to be single and enjoying life with her family members. She is active on the social media with a good fan following. She has a slim figure with a height of 5 feet and 8 inches. Her weight is 58 kg and she has figure stats of 37-25-35 inches. Her hair is blonde and she has hazel eyes.
Reference: nypost.com, thespun.com, en.wikipedia.org