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Hannah Storm spoke with ABC News about the incident at her home that caused first and second degree burns, and shared some of the photos taken of her at the Trauma and Burn Center at Westchester Medical Center. Those photos are tough to look at.
A Gas Grill Explosion Left ESPN’s Hannah Storm With First Degree Burns, Half Her Hair, No Eyebrows And No Eyelashes
We hadn’t really noticed that Hannah Storm wasn’t at work on ESPN the last three weeks, the rotating cast of SportsCenter anchors being so large and all. But earlier today news broke that Hannah Storm was returning from her absence, and the reason for her three-week leave is nothing short of terrifying.
Tony Kornheiser’s Comments About Hannah Storm’s Tight SportsCenter Skirt May Have Helped Her ESPN Contract Negotiations
According to a new excerpt from the paperback release of the much-talked-about ESPN book, Those Guys Have All the Fun, Hannah Storm got a leg up in contract negotiations thanks to a certain cranky, bald-headed PTI host.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter just couldn’t contain his excitement when breaking the “good news” Eric Mangini lost his job.
Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch released his “Media Awards for 2010″ on Tuesday, and as I usually do when this list comes out, I scanned for the negative stuff.
Hannah Storm’s wardrobe choice was the most memorable moment from an otherwise dud of an NBA opening night. But not everyone at ESPN is happy about it.
Hannah Storm’s blue dress is undoubtedly the star of a sloppy Celtics – Heat game through one half, and is most likely making Tony Kornheiser blush as we speak.