Kiran: Bruised Beauty?

Manhandled? American Morning co-anchor Kiran Chetry may have had some “splaining” to do when she got home yesterday after the show. That is, if hubby Chris Knowles saw a blue and purple mark on his beloved’s right arm.

Mid-AM Monday, perhaps, in a rush to interview New York Times Pultizer winner columnist Nicholas Kristof for the following healthcare segment, Kiran seemed to lose her camera cognition. As she ended a story with Alina Cho and co-anchor John Roberts, Kiran prematurely started to leave as John began to read the headlines. Then, as the news video subsequently ran on the wall, an oblivious Kiran began to walk in front of the screen unawares.

Out of nowhere, an apparent crew member, dressed in black, grabbed a startled Kiran by her right upper arm. Then, the chunky, calvous chap began to roughly march her out of the shot. As he did, Kiran winced in pain, grabbed her arm, and quietly exclaimed, “Ow!”

Jamie, you better be careful. AM’s Aphrodite may not like her beauty bruised.

American Morning (01/11/09) – @7:29 a.m. ET

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2 Responses to “Kiran: Bruised Beauty?”

  1. Kep Says:

    Kiran has been doing AM for nearly 3 years now. One would think that she’d know where and when she’s supposed to walk off the set.

  2. hgb3 Says:

    Just 2 things, Mr. Jakeho:

    1. The lovely Ms. Chetry soitenly has herself a lorsuit on her hands for ‘unlorful battery.’ I would suggest that she retain the late Arthur Liman for her counsel in the matter at hand.

    2. ‘Calvous’? Kind sir, you have forced me to go into my attic and pull out my old dusty Oxford English Dictionary for assistance in determining the nomenclature of that particular appellation.

    Why couldn’t ya just say “chrome dome” like every one else?

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