Sandra Smith: Sexy Enough?

Not yet! Recently, staid Outnumbered co-host Sandra Smith has become a fixture on the curvy couch on both Fox & Friends and F&F Weekend recently. The FBN/FNC co-anchor is a lovely but she is not exactly the eye candy that F&F fans expect. I.e., Sandra is the tom boy, the whilom LSU track athlete who likes to win the race but does not really care how she looks doing it.

And, that may be okay. However, on FNC, she needs to up her game. Sex it up a bit: a dab of decolletage or a mite more gam never hurts. After all, Fox & Friends means something: the gal in the center seat on the curvy couch needs to be the fox, and the boys are her friends.

If Sandra wants to compete for the center seat on the curvy couch on either F&F or F&FW, she has to bring her game: F&FW co-anchor Anna Kooiman appears ready to move from F&FW to F&F, and F&FW seems to be in flux or possibly awaiting the return of the lovely Ainsley Earhardt (after her maternity leave expires). To boot, FNC lovelies Kimberly Guilfoyle, Jedediah Bila, Andrea Tantaros, Nicole Petallides, and the like are at the ready–and the F&F fan will not settle. Not to mention (at least, on the weekday)–the delectable Alisyn Camerota is on the other channel!

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17 Responses to “Sandra Smith: Sexy Enough?”

  1. motownman Says:

    Jake, just google Sandra Smith Louisiana Bikini Team. That should take care of any doubts you have about Sandra’s sexiness.

  2. Karen Says:

    Sandra Smith is intellectually sexy & adorable, did I mention ARTICULATE? No question!

  3. jakeho Says:

    Thanks, Motownman! Sexy indeed! Sandra needs to project more of that heat on F&F or F&FW if she wants to be the new queen on the curvy couch on either F&F or F&FW.

  4. jakeho Says:

    Karen, I concur re Sandra’s intellectual bona fides: I was simply saying if she is going to be the “fox” in Fox & Friends (or F&FW), she needs to be just that.

  5. David Says:

    I wouldn’t pick on Sandra Smith. From what I have seen, she can handle the tougher news stories, and she is smart. As a straight man who isn’t dead, she is also attractive. Having Sandra or Heather Nauert take Thursday and Friday gives Anna K. two days off so she can begin a five day work week on Saturday.

    I like Heather Nauert, and Heather can also handle tougher news stories, and she mixes well with Steve and Brian. Heather is from my generation, and she’s attractive too.

    What’s inside is more important than outside. Huddy may be a looker, but she has rocks for brains.

  6. Michelle Says:

    Jake–The original intent of the name Fox & Friends is “Fox” was the network and “friends” were the viewers. Yes I know the guys want the sexiness but Anna’s dresses are sooo short it is crude rather than sexy. Still hoping Ainsley gets the permanent position on the weekdays.

  7. jakeho Says:

    Actually, Michelle, the original intent of the name “Fox & Friends” referred to the lovely in the middle and her male co-hosts not the network and its viewers. In fact, F&F has had as a guest the guy who coined the name.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    Jake that’s strange because on the 10 year anniversary of F&F there was a couple on who won the naming if it that gave the origin I undestood. Although not surprised because lthere tends to be some sloppiness by producers at Fox.

  9. motownman Says:

    It’s official, Jake. It’s Ainsley!!!

    http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/ainsley-earhardt-replaces-elisabeth-hasselbeck-on-fox-friends/284885

  10. Anonymous Says:

    Wow, surprised it isn’t Anna. At least it’s an in house promotion this time.

    I agree with the others, Sandra isn’t a tomboy!

  11. jakeho Says:

    Thanks, Motownman, for the “heads up” re Ainz! I think that she’s a great choice!

  12. jakeho Says:

    Anon, Anna would have been a great choice, too: But, picking Ainz keeps the F&FW team in place and gives F&F a fine fit–with, as you say, “an in house promotion this time.” Re Sandra, I like her, esp. since she is an LSU gal, but she is a tomboy compared to her FNC colleagues, imho. :-)

  13. Anonymous Says:

    Wow! They picked Ainsley. I so loved seeing Anna as much as possible! I hope she is not disappointed.

  14. Anonymous Says:

    The short and tight dresses are kind of ridiculous since it is so obvious what is happening on Fox. At least, Martha Maccallum dresses appropriately. It looks absurd to be telling tragic stories on a news network in tight dresses and miniskirts and nightclub shoes.

  15. David Says:

    I do notice that some of the women on Fox News wear dresses in the winter that are more suitable for Winters in the south. I don’t think the average female accountant, lawyer, or marketing executive in New York, Philadelphia, or Washington, D.C. wears a sleeveless dress when it is 20 degrees outside.

  16. jakeho Says:

    David, I concur with your remarks: But, the Fox News gals are not the “average female.” Rather, the FNC ladies are foxes who can afford coats for the outside and doff them in the studio for their fans.

  17. Ken Barthell Says:

    Fox got this one wrong. Anna is a delight, great to wake up to. She seems so real. Her sense oh humor is infectious. Plus, she is beautiful.
    Ken Barthell. Port Neches, Texas

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