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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

MSNBC Contessa Brewer
MSNBC Contessa Brewer
MSNBC Contessa Brewer
MSNBC Contessa Brewer
MSNBC Contessa Brewer
We (and others) have already mentioned elsewhere that Contessa Brewer is the most unused asset that MSNBC has. The problem is that the guys at MSNBC don't seem to have anyone with the genius of the guys at Fox News who showcase their hot babes on couches instead of behind desks at MSNBC. I mean, who in their right mind (or rightly biological functionality) would not want to tune in to a newscast featuring Contessa Brewer showing a little bit of her hotness.

Who is Contessa Brewer?

Contessa Brewer is an American news anchor, and currently working for MSNBC. Contessa, in the spring of 2005, served briefly as a news reader on the "Imus in the Morning" radio show, which was syndicated nationally. Her tenure was brief; she became embroiled in a public feud with Don Imus after the New York Post published a gossip item in which she was allegedly overheard disparaging the radio personality. Imus replied, on air, with his own disparaging remarks directed at Contessa. She later appeared as the news reader on Verdict with Dan Abrams before its cancellation in 2008. She and Dan Abrams would discuss the "Winners and Losers" of the day, as well as reading responses from readers. She hosts MSNBC Live programming weekdays at 2pm with rotating co-anchors. Caps Courtesy of hidefnewscaps.

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