Michelle Beadle Biography
Michelle Beadle is an American sports reporter and host on ESPN. She currently co-hosts the morning sports show Get Up! along with Jalen Rose and Mike Greenberg.
She was previously the co-host of SportsNation on ESPN2, and was also a host of Winners Bracket on ABC with Marcellus Wiley.
Michelle Beadle Age
Michelle Beadle was born on 23 October 1975 in Italy. She is 42 years old as of 2018.
Michelle Beadle Family
She is the daughter to Bob Beadle, a former executive at Valero Energy, and Serenella Paladino, from Italy. She said that her mother was her best friend while growing up because she did not speak English when she immigrated to America and they had to learn the language together.
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In December 2016, Michelle officially announced herself single in an interview with mySanAntonio. She was in a romantic relationship with her long-term ex-boyfriend Steve Kazee who is a Tony and Grammy award-winning actor known for his credits in Pretty Woman: The Musical, Nashville, and Shameless.
The two had admitted living together in an interview for ESPN back in 2015. Beadle had planned getting married to him at City Hall and having a splendid wedding party but destiny seems against them, bet unfortunately, the couple paved the direction of their life in opposite directions.
Michelle Beadle Education
Michelle Beadle Career
She began her career as an intern for the San Antonio Spurs and was later given a shot at being a reporter. She then moved to Fox Sports Net hosting Big Game Hunters.
In 2002, Beadle moved to TNN as a “behind-the-chutes” sideline reporter for the coverage of the Professional Bull Riders’ (PBR) Bud Light Cup tour. While at TNN, she also served as a freelance reporter for CBS Sports on its coverage of the PBR and ESPN’s Titan Games.
She has also worked at the Travel Channel where she hosted the show Get Packing, and has also hosted a show for Major League Baseball Production’s magazine show Cathedrals of the Game. Beadle then had other hosting jobs on different networks before joining ESPN in 2009, including College Sports Television and the YES Network.
On June 1, 2009, Beadle joined ESPN as co-host with Colin Cowherd of SportsNation, which premiered on ESPN2 on July 6, 2009. Later,
she was named the co-host of Winners Bracket along with Marcellus Wiley, a show, that was part of ESPN Sports Saturday, a two-hour block of sports programming on ABC, premiered on April 3, 2010. She also hosted a weekly Podcast, “The Michelle Beadle Podcast”, and has also served as a guest host on Mike and Mike in the Morning.
She also hosted a weekly Podcast, “The Michelle Beadle Podcast”, and has also served as a guest host on Mike and Mike in the Morning.
In 2012, she anchored NBC Sports Network’s daily morning studio coverage of the 2012 London Olympics. She hosted The Crossover with Beadle and Briggs which debuted on January 28, 2013 on the NBC Sports Network. The show featured Beadle and Dave Briggs, formerly of Fox News Channel and CSN New England.
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In May 2013, the show was rebranded as The Crossover with Michelle Beadle, with Beadle as the sole host. On September 25, 2013, The Crossover with Michelle Beadle was cancelled. On March 3, 2014, Beadle returned to ESPN, appearing as a co-host on SportsNation.
In September 2014, she joined Grantland, a subsidiary of ESPN, hosting a podcast called Beadlemania. In 2016, began hosting NBA Countdown, and in April 2018 she began co-hosting the new morning sports show Get Up! along with Jalen Rose and Mike Greenberg.
Michelle Beadle Net Worth – Michelle Beadle Salary
Michelle Beadle has an estimated net worth of $4 million earning a salary of $600 thousand.
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Michelle Beadle Measurements
Height: 5 feet 8 inches (183 cm)
Weight: 128 lbs (58 kg)
Dress size: 6
Breasts-Waist-Hips: 37-25-35 inches (94-64-89 cm)
Bra size: 34C
Cup size: C
Michelle Beadle Tattoo
Michelle Beadle has a tattoo on her right wrist that says “Amore” which is what her mother used to call her.
Michelle Beadle Sportsnation
Michelle Beadle hosted her last SportsNation show in February 2018. Earlier in the day she had shared a statement on social media saying that while this was the most fun she has ever had, she’s leaving to do different shows with ESPN.
She said she’ll still be on NBA Countdown, and she’ll be on the new morning show, Get Up, that’ll start airing in April. Get Up will also feature Mike Greenberg and Jalen Rose.
The SportsNation crew celebrated her final day with a cheese sculpture of her head and much more. At the end, Beadle got choked up while saying a few words.
“This is my second goodbye, and I will say this, but I won’t cry but I probably will. It’s a lot harder this time. This decision was much harder, and I love you guys (Beadle gets choked up). I told you I wasn’t gonna cry and then I did it anyways.
“Not every show gets to be like this, so enjoy it because they’re not all fun and some people hate each other and this is legitimately a really weird family, and it’s been great.”
Michelle Beadle Wwe
In May 2015, Michelle Beadle publicly announced that she’d no longer be supporting the company due to Triple H’s friendship and association with boxing champion and domestic abuser Floyd Mayweather.
This was after Beadle was reportedly denied credentials to the fight, and she continued to side with anyone opposing Mayweather, and her WWE boycott continued through the year. The boycott ended on Monday, when Beadle showed up in the front row of WWE Raw.
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Why Michelle Beadle Is Leaving ESPN’s “Get Up!”
Michelle Beadle is leaving ESPN’s Get Up! morning show just a couple of months after the show debuted. Beadle has been co-hosting the very-hyped new show with Mike Greenberg and Jalen Rose.
Much was made of Get Up!‘s debut – it airs from a lavish downtown New York studio and the salaries for the three co-hosts reportedly adds up to about $15 million – but so far, it hasn’t come close to living up to the hype.
The most attention the show has received, arguably, came after Beadle announced last week that she was no longer watching football. These comments came a couple of days after ESPN announced a new football-centric guest host list for Get Up!‘s fall schedule.
On Friday, we reported that major changes were coming to to the show. Later that day, ESPN confirmed the news.
Beadle is leaving the show. She will headline a new program for the Worldwide Leader titled NBA After The Buzzer. The show will broadcast from ESPN’s L.A. office and feature the current NBA Countdown crew of Beadle, Jalen, Paul Pierce and Chauncey Billups. She’ll be moving back to Los Angeles.
Here’s the full release from ESPN:
As a result of the launch of NBA After The Buzzer and the NBA Countdown move, Michelle Beadle has extended her contract with ESPN and will return to Los Angeles to focus on the NBA. She will no longer serve as a host of the ESPN weekday morning show Get Up! and her last show will be Aug. 29. Beadle is entering her third season as the host of NBA Countdown along with analysts Jalen Rose, Chauncey Billups and Paul Pierce. She will also continue to host NBA studio coverage on Christmas, and throughout the NBA Playoffs and the NBA Finals.
Beadle’s final Get Up! show is Wednesday morning. Moving forward, the show will air from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. E.T. on ESPN.
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