Erin Andrews comes across as a level-headed reporter who sticks to her assignments and does her job well. You figure someone as attractive as she is probably has to deal with catcalls, autograph/picture requests, and inappropriateness from fans wherever she goes. She’s probably used to it all and does a good job deflecting it otherwise we’d see videos like this one more frequently.
As The Last Angry Fan points out via Total Pro Sports, if there’s one thing you don’t want to do it’s bring up the Erin Andrews peephole video. Skip ahead to the 2:25 mark in this video to see Andrews confront some fans:
I questioned Andrews’ reaction to the peephole video incident, namely her decision to appear on Oprah’s TV show to talk about it, but it’s hard not to feel badly for her knowing what a sore subject it is. We’ve written about some brutal fan heckling in the past, but it’s clear that invasion of privacy will forever haunt Andrews like little else can. Fellow reporters should be happy it hasn’t happened to them.
UPDATE: Busted Coverage points out this took place at the 2010 College World Series (you can see it’s Rosenblatt Stadium). Still, that doesn’t change that it appears to be an uncomfortable subject for Andrews.Google+
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