Wednesday, February 02, 2011

I Met Her on Super Sunday, It Was My Lucky Bun-Day...

Querétaro native and extremely serious journalist Inés Sainz, who was memorably catcalled in the Jets locker room last year, prompting the NFL to institute new code of conduct rules, reported for duty yesterday at Super Bowl XLV's Media Day. Sainz was, as usual, modestly attired [see photo at left], and managed to garner about as much press coverage as the Packers [see, for example, here, here, here, here and here] solely on the basis of her expertise and insights into Sunday's contest.

Sainz's main gig is as a talking head (well, okay, torso and legs, too) for TV Azteca, but she's also a regular columnist for El Universal. Here's how that paper covered Media Day:

Inés and Steelers Steal the Show
With a flashy silver dress, the El Universal columnist grabs the camera in "Media Day" at the Super Bowl in Dallas

...Although Aaron Rodgers, the Packers quarterback, and Ben Roethlisberger in theory should be the stars, the world's eyes fell on the television commentator and columnist for El Universal, Inés Sainz.

Sainz wore a stunning white and silver dress, very clingy to her skin, gray stockings covering her legs and a pair of black boots highlighted the figure of the blonde. She stole the attention of her colleagues, who didn't hesitate to reach out and take a picture with her.

To her credit, her own accompanying column makes no mention of how incredibly fucking hot she is. Because she's a very serious journalist.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"To her credit, her own accompanying column makes no mention of how incredibly fucking hot she is." Exactly dude. The call of the wild wins every time.

Ziggy Bombanuts said...

¡Mexicano moda alta!