Sweaty Chris Berman Is as Sweaty as You Might Imagine

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterJune 3, 2013

Photo Credit: Leanne Bergin Instagram
Photo Credit: Leanne Bergin Instagram

According to a picture of Chris Berman that surfaced recently, the ESPN sportscaster is dangerously close to melting away like Frosty the Snowman at the end of winter. 

Joe Kinsey of Busted Coverage spotted the one piece of evidence—other than rising temperatures and rampant sightings of jorts—that summer is here: Chris Berman is sweating and rather profusely. 

The web site found the image via Leanne Bergin. She's featured in a picture with Berman taken at last week's Boston Strong concert at TD Garden. 

Much like Busted Coverage, Deadspin and USA Today, we just had to bring you the amazing image of Berman sweating through his shirt. 

Yes, Busted Coverage reminds us that Berman has the same affinity for ruining perfectly good shirts with his bodily fluids as he does barking and whooping on ESPN. 

Here he is at the 2007 Jim Kelly Celebrity Gala rocking a shirt that is also being forced into an extreme absorbency emergency. 

Being a versatile personality, Berman has also been known to test the limits of slacks as well, showing off some extremely saturated khakis at the 2009 Quail Hollow Championship, via Deadspin

In his most recent effort, Berman was no doubt taken to the limit of exertion by a concert that featured Boston, James Taylor and many others. It also went on to raise $1.5 million, according to The Boston Globe.

Something tells me Boomer really began sweating once New Kids on the Block took the stage, because it's hard not to completely lose it once "Step by Step" begins playing.

Now if anyone has a towel or the location of the nearest air-conditioned building, Berman would like your assistance. 

 

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