Is ESPN beauty Michelle Beadle single or has she kept her husband and married life under the wraps?
Strong sports reporter and anchor of ESPN Michelle Denise Beadle will be 41 on this year but she has not mentioned about her marriage, yet. Is she single or married? If she is married then why hasn't she announce her marriage yet? Or if she is not, then to whom is she dating? Who is her boyfriend?
When she joined ESPN in 2001 as a co-host with Colin Cowherd of sports nation, they became a very close friend. Cowherd said that at the office everyone is attracted by Michelle and she is the great teammate. Cowherd did comment about her lingerie as well as about her bumps, however, pretty Lady Michelle never threatened him. In 2015, Colin Cowherd was not invited by her friend Beadle on her birthday party, therefore, he got upset with her. And when Michelle and Colin talked on a phone, these problems were sorted out. But there are various rumors about her affairs.
Michelle’s battle with sports host Erin Andrews goes on; even she mentioned that she is not a fan of Erin Andrews. Well, war between Beadle and Erin Andrews took a high position, once in 2011 Erin accused that Beadle had sex with Clay Matthews. On this rumors, she responded “that’s insane” and added, “I live a much more interesting life in other people’s minds”. Later, news came to know it’s not true at all, and Erin just said that because Erin was jealous of Michelle. Bad blood is still there between two smart ladies.
In 2014, Michelle Beadle and Matthew Barnaby, a hockey analyst for ESPN and former NHL player, started dating. At that time, Beadle revealed the news that they have been dating for six months. Her relationship with Matthew did not last for a long time and the couple eventually broke up. Later, she never mentioned about her new boyfriend and affairs.
Michelle Beadle graduated from Boerne High School and went to the University of Texas at Austin. Michelle is a student of law and political science.
To become an expert in sports reporting and host, she started from early 2002 by joining Fox Sports where she hosted a Big Game Hunters. Thoroughly, she worked in various medias such as TNN, CBS Sports, HBO, and ESPN. In 2012, she left ESPN and got involved in NBC network. Currently, she is involved in ESPN as a sports co-host after returned in 2014.