Now that Dancing with the Stars is coming to an end, it looks like ESPN’s Erin Andrews may not be coming back this season as a sideline reporter for college football, so the question is what’s next for the ESPN reporter?
Well, we here at Bleacher Report have a few ideas on what Erin may be doing next.
Hey it worked for former ESPN anchor Kevin Frasier who now is a reporter for Entertainment Tonight. Andrews is beautiful, personable, and now a star herself; she’d be perfect for this position.
Pam Anderson needs to make a comeback and what better way to do it, then to do a new version of Bay Watch. Andrews can play Anderson’s niece or daughter and the two perky blonds can fight crime on the beach in their red bathing suits; you think they’d have an audience?
This may or may not be a good idea. Seems like every time this show adds a new character, they either move or get killed off the show, but at least she’d have a steady gig for a year besides, they need a new bitchy blond.
It worked for Betty White. SNL had it highest ratings in almost two years when White hosted the show two weeks ago. Andrews might be able to draw the same numbers if she hosted the show and she has shown she can do comedy, who knows what that could lead to.
It’s a job she doesn’t have to train for, she’s good at it, she went to an SEC school, and ANYBODY has to be better then Tracy Wilson.
She and her partner Makism Chmerkovskiy are REALLY good together; who knew? Andrews has shown style, substance, sex appeal, and rhythm. Again, WHO KNEW? Since she and Chmerkovskiy appear to be an item, they can open their own dance studio and from the looks of it, teach more then dancing.
Wouldn’t it be just desserts if Andrews takes Hasselback’s place on the View? Hasselback, out of all the View’s co-host, probably just elected herself less liked after her comments about Andrews a few weeks ago and if Barbara Wa Wa decides she has had enough of Hasselback’s mouth, wouldn’t it be fitting if she gave America’s new sweetheart a call.
There are no female faces on late night and Andrews could easily fill that void that has been left by the likes of Joan Rivers and unlike Joan, maybe she'll actually be good at it.
Since Andrew's is the IT girl of the moment, why not become a movie star? Can't you see her in a starring role like Wonder Woman? Or can't you see her star in a new version of Bring It On: The College Version. She was a college cheerleader so both of these roles are perfect for her.
Now that she has the experience on a dance show, maybe she can be a judge on So You Think You Can Dance? She can be the Carrie Ann of the show and tell the kids what they are doing wrong. Only problem is, she has done mainly ballroom dancing so it might be hard for her to judge street dancing. Oh well she can always become a judge on American Idol; I heard there will be an opening.