Jenn Brown Engaged: ESPN Sideline Beauty Rumored to Be off the Market
That stinging feeling that eligible bachelors felt as they woke up this morning may have been clairvoyance that another bombshell was being ripped from the market. Jenn Brown is engaged, allegedly.
Now if a little lady I call my wife happens to be reading this, I could care less if Jenn Brown is engaged, dating or single. Now for the rest of you, this is some big news.
In a sports world that is becoming increasingly gossip-centric, these things matter. Thanks to Erin Andrews, Michelle Beadle and Brown, our interest into their lives is forever piqued.
A round of applause goes out to the people at Busted Coverage who, well, busted this story wide open. Their sleuthing led them to a wedding registry, giving them the scoop ahead of the usual suspects that normally break such stories.
Their due diligence is our reward. The site found this wedding registry page showing that ESPN sideline reporter Jenn Brown will marry actor Wes Chatham on April 7, 2012.
Chatham is a budding actor whose biggest role came in the brief series The Unit. IMDB reports he is currently filming a made for TV movie entitled Powers. I would have to agree that he must have a great deal of them to land Brown.
Brown counts herself among the three hottest names at ESPN. The triumvirate of beauty consists of three women that sports fans can't get enough of.
We see them throughout the day on the biggest network in sports. It is only natural that we demand to know more about them.
The news that Michelle Beadle once dated hockey analyst Matthew Barnaby was treated by fans as if it were a trade rumor.
Now we have an allegation of an engagement. This will only help Brown's popularity as fans dig to get to the bottom of it all.
One of the best sideline reporters in the business may in fact be a married woman soon. You can bet that a bevy of her adoring fans will be clamoring for all the juicy tidbits.
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