Posts Tagged ‘Sara Morris’

Clayton’s Missing Wedding Ring Reappears

July 15, 2013

Again–as Carpe Diem predicted. Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Clayton Morris decided to don his connubial band again last Saturday. When Clayton’s lost his wedding ring seemingly six days earlier on F&FW Sunday, the author duly noted its absence and the lack of a tan line on his ring finger to boot in an article entitled, “Clayton’s Missing Wedding Ring: Again?” Citing Clayton’s past as probable precedent, the author predicted that Clayton would be sporting the sign of his unending love for his lovely Natali again on Saturday: He did indeed–on Saturday and Sunday.

As fans of Clayton may well remember, he likewise doffed his wedding ring almost four years ago during his first marriage to Sara Batterson. Furthermore, similarly, Carpe Diem published a post querying, “Trouble in Paradise?” Apparently, there was: Nevertheless, Clayton’s marital bling reappeared the very next show.

Hopefully, Clayton’s connubial bond is more secure this time.

“Bikini-clad”: Clayton’s Passion

March 7, 2010

Now that Fox & Friends Weekend co-anchor Clayton Morris’ “bikini-clad wife” Sara is apparently no longer in the picture, Clayton has begun collecting bathing beauty photos anew. Yesterday¬† meteorologist Rick Reichmuth asked viewers to send spring pics to his Twitter address yesterday (after his 2nd report 1st hour): then, when he segued back to the three F&FW co-hosts, Clayton commented, “I’m Clayton Morris on Twitter. Send me summer pictures!” Laughing, Rick remarked, “Yeah. Okay. You sure can.”

Meanwhile, co-host Dave Briggs, looking at Clayton in bemusement, shrugged his shoulders and seemingly softly stated, “Any, any summer [pic] is okay.” Saucily, Aly interjected, “Preferably bikini-clad. That’s what he’s looking for right now!” Smiling and winking to someone off camera, Clayton concurred, “Exactly! Beach photos!”

Later, in the final hour, Clayton made sure that F&FW viewers did not forget his request. After Rick’s penultimate weather report, Clayton again announced, “So, get your spring pictures to Rick, and, remember, I want summer bikini photos sent to me.” Nodding, Aly naughtily added, “Yes, guys, get those in if you’re in your–thong.”

Then, although not necessarily what Clayton meant, Rick jested, “We’ll take those pictures for you later, Clayton.” In response, Clayton simply chuckled.

Clayton: Celebrate W/ Sara

January 31, 2010

Yes, Fox & Friends Weekend co-anchor Clayton Morris is indeed singing from his possibly former spouse Sara Batterson Morris’ hymn book. Yesterday the author noted in Carpe Diem’s “Clayton & Sara: ‘Me’ or ‘We’?” that Clayton (on his F&FW show) and Sara (on her Brite Girl blog) were both surprisingly discussing the same topic, i.e., the use of “Me” vis-a-vis “We” by a partner and its implication for the couple. Further, the author mentioned that whether or not Clayton and Sara were still married, that the two were still in tandem, at least, for that day.

Today, Clayton appeared to confirm that he and Sara were indeed in sync Saturday. This afternoon, Clayton Tweeted a link to Sara’s article yesterday in the Orlando Beauty Examiner. The column was identical to her Brite Girl post yesterday which encouraged the celebration of Madly in Love with Me Day (Valentine’s Eve), a day of awareness of the need of each woman and girl “to recommit to a life-long self-love promise to know and honor what her heart and soul desire, never settling for less,” including non self-realizing relationships. (The idea was conceived by Christine Arylo, author of Choosing Me Before We.)

N.B. Clayton did not convey his marital status.

Clayton & Sara: “Me” or “We”?

January 30, 2010

Fox & Friends co-anchor Clayton Morris and Brite Girl founder Sara Batterson Morris seemed to be singing from the same hymn book this morning again. Clayton on his show and Sara in her blog, discussed the very same subject today, i.e., married persons using the “we” or “me” as personal pronouns and the implications thereof. Coincidence?

Reader, after watching Fox & Friends and considering whether to write about co-host Alisyn Camerota’s horrid housecoat habit, the author noticed Carpe Diem visitors interest in co-anchor Clayton Morris’ marital status. Remembering that FNC contributor Karl Rove had kidded Clayton about his inordinate interest in pursuing guest Amber Lee Ettinger (the Obama girl) and that a ring-less Clayton had jested about his employing the singular during a segment on happier couples using the plural “we,” the author decided to examine the matter further. When he did, he then discovered that Clayton and Sara were opining on identical topics today.

For those Carpe Diem readers who may have forgotten who Sara is, Clayton introduced F&FW fans to his wife with a pic of the shark-snaring bikini beauty on New Smyrna Beach, FL, on August 10, 2008. Later, in March of 2009, he showed off his Orlando lovely again on a Gary Vaynerchuk wine-tasting vid. Apparently, Clayton married Sara Batterson on May 20, 2006, at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Orlando, FL.

As to Clayton’s questionable connunbial state, Clayton has seemingly eschewed wearing his wedding band since October of 2009. From the author’s perspective, Clayton’s marital status is generally irrelevant unless he himself alludes to it. Since he did today and readers seemed quite intrigued, the author looked at Sara’s Facebook and Brite Girl sites for a few clues. In her personal info, Sara states, “Right now, I am taking a new path in my life. It is crazy when you think you are on one path and then life, or someone in your life, throws you a curveball…” Obviously, Sara’s statement indicated a major life change.

Seeking an even clearer indication, the author checked out Sara’s Brite Girl blog. To my utter surprise, today’s post (dated “Saturday, January 30, 2010 At 9:48AM’) was entitled “Madly in Love with Me Day.” It’s topic? The creation of a woman’s movement of self-love by Christine Arylo, the author of Choosing Me Before We, and her celebration of the day before Valentine’s as a time to recognize the need for each woman and girl to “know and honor what her heart and soul desire, never settling for less,” including relationships.

Is it “Me” or “we” for Clayton and Sara? Regardless, the two seemed to be in tandem today. Intentionally or not.

Dave: “In Your Bed!”

November 15, 2009

Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Dave Briggs seemed to take a playful jab at his colleague Clayton Morris and his wife Sara this morning. As Clayton introduced an upcoming segment featuring the “Macho Mattress,” he remarked, “All the guys out there, this is the best thing that’s ever happened to the bedroom!”: Chuckling almost uncontrollably, co-anchor Dave Briggs replied, “Lord help us if it is.” Qualifying his statement in response, Clayton remarked, “Well, it’s one of the best things to ever happen”: Dave riantly riposted, “In your bed!”

Ouch! Not necessarily the most a propos thing to say on air to your friend and colleague with a missing wedding ring. Clayton may have left himself wide open, but still!

Clayton Missing Sara?

November 7, 2009

Fox & Friends Weekend co-anchor Clayton Morris has his viewers and fans wondering exactly what his marital status is. For, at least, the last three weekends he has “ditched” his wedding band. Why? Perhaps, he and colleague Dave Briggs have simply switched inclinations: Formerly, Dave rarely had his on and now he seems to never leave home without it whereas Clayton used to always wear his and now cannot seem to find it.

On the other hand, there may be a less hopeful reason. Of late, he has tended to not publicly discuss his marriage to Sarah Morris. In August of ’08,¬† Clayton proudly introduced Sara to the F&FW audience in a U-Report photo of his beautiful bikini-clad wife displaying a shark she had landed in New Smyrna, Florida. Almost exactly a year later (August ’09), he conspicuously avoided mentioning her during a “Love & Marriage” segment when co-hosts Dave and Alisyn Camerota readily discussed their respective spouses. The last three weekends have done nothing to dispel the suspicions of his viewers.

Clayton, of course, has a right to his privacy. As such, he is more than free to ignore any questions that people may have. But, he should consider that many of these come from his real fans who care about him and hope for the best for him and Sara.

Fox & “Fiends” Halloween

October 31, 2009

What was in Fox & Fiends Weekend witches’ brew this morning? According to the author’s recollections still clouded by this intriguing intoxicant, the odd ingredients were co-anchor Clayton Morris’ missing wedding ring, Rick Reichmuth’s piece of chocolate corset, and Dave Briggs’s drink of Cosmo with a dance by Alisyn Camerota to conjure up the potion’s magic. Eerily, this strange and powerful potation seemed to have worked its evil, making a “show about nothing” eminently watchable.

Seemingly, the first element placed into the blackened kettle was Clayton’s wedding band to add a golden glow. (If so, his wife Sara may not be overly pleased.) Apparently, the second was Rick’s strip of chocolate cloth torn from a maiden’s bodice. (Viewers, whether F&F’s meteorologist did indeed lick the young New York Chocolate Show model’s corset as proffered has yet to be determined.) Then Dave seemed to have added a glass of his Sex and the City fave Cosmo. (During the show, he seemed to have enjoyed its effects as he transmogrified from a mild-mannered family guy to a zany Kramer nailing the Seinfeld character’s speech, mannerisms, and dance.)* For the diabolic denouement, the bewitching damsel Aly did her Elaine dance before the final curtain call.

An unforgettable show? Perhaps, so. Dear reader, when the evil elixir wears off, hopefully, the author can remember these things if they were so.

*[For a snippet of Dave doing Kramer, cf. the A.S.S.]

Clayton’s “Hot Wife” Disappears

August 8, 2009

Where was Sara Morris today? Has Clayton’s “hot wife” ensconced herself in Dick Cheney’s bunker? When Clayton’s co-hosts Dave Briggs and Alisyn Camerota discussed their spouses* during a Fox & Friends Weekend “Love & Marriage” story, Clayton stayed strangely silent about his sweetie.

As Dave, Aly, and Clayton conversed about the trend of men taking their wives’ surnames, they began to share their own accounts. Dave revealed that his wife Brandi Moreland took his last name but kept her surname legally. When Dave queried, “You, Clayton?”, Clayton, deftly deflected his question by asking of Aly, “What about Tim?”

Aly explained, “Well, Camerota is my maiden name, and I have kept it but not for any sort of feminist thing. It’s because it’s my last grasp at my Italian ethnicity….Tim is not Italian. Had I married an Italian guy I would have taken his name but I cling to Camerota because it’s so diluted, the bloodlines.”

Then when Clayton’s turn arrived again, he jested, “No, I was going to take the last name of Paris Hilton–is my wife…So my name would have been Clayton Hilton but, you know, it didn’t happen.”

Almost a year to the day when Clayton proudly displayed his shark-snagging, bikini-clad beloved on F&FW without her permission, Clayton hid her away today. Seemingly, Sara has had a word with him.

*Dave’s wife: Brandi Moreland – F&FW (08/08/09) – 8:41 a.m. ET

*Alisyn’s hubby: Tim Lewis – http://celebrity-babies.com/2008/08/04/motherood-leave/

My Hot Wife

August 10, 2008

Bikini-clad Sara Morris was featured in the Fox & Friends Weekend U Report photo. The luscious brunette proudly displayed a shark she had snared off of New Smyrna Beach, FL. Dave Briggs read the segment and ad libbed, “I gotta admit the first time I saw this pic I didn’t even notice the shark: I just noticed Sara Morris. Sorry, Clayton.” Alisyn Camerota chimed in, “She is hot, Clayton.” Clayton replied that his wife had sent him the photo and implied that he had not got her permission to show it.

If Clayton can snag a delectable dame like Sara, maybe, he’s not all that bad.


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