Fox News ratings are rising, so are its anchors’ skirts

by editor on March 30, 2009

We regularly cover the booming ratings at Fox News.

Well, pardon us for being slow. We had never noticed how short the skirts are on the Fox News women anchors until someone sent us this video. With the hot TV anchor babes in their short skirts and beautiful legs (In the interest of full disclosure, we should also reveal that we used to buy Playboy just for the articles).

The note attached to the video postulated that there may be a direct relationship between the rise in ratings at Fox News and the rise of the Fox women skirts. If true, it’s an interesting programming strategy.

Will Fox News ratings dominance last? Can the skirts of Fox women go any higher? Can the Fox News legs get any better? Well, they certainly appear to have legs. And pay particular attention to Laurie Dhue. We’d sure like a 3D printer copy of her.

Update: If you like this article, you’ll love Courtney Friel is the hottest of Fox News women anchors.

Update #2: We found some stills to add to the article.

Fox News Babes Laurie Dhue

Fox News Women Anchors Laurie Dhue

Fox News Babes Alisyn Camerota

Fox News Women Anchors Alisyn Camerota

Fox News Babe Kiran Chetry

Fox News Women Anchors Kiran Chetry

Fox News Babes Page Hopkins

Fox News Women Anchors Page Hopkins

Fox News Babes E. D. Hill

Fox News Women Anchors E.D. Hill

Fox News “Oops” Videos

Update #3: Here a video of Fox News babes showing off more than their legs.

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Tim Parker

Clearly there are some short skirts in this montage.

That being said, it’s also clear that several of the still frames are repeated images, or very close in sequence to others posted.

Therefore, this is a misleading and easily mocked segment.

I agree: FOX News is a sham and is certainly interested in exploiting “attractive” female anchors. This link is not helpful in exposing FOX’s problems therein. Rather, it looks like a desperate compliation, easily mocked by Hannity & Co. as a “liberal” attempt to smear the station.

My point is, don’t post unless it’s legitimate. By repeating the introductory image (or a close play of its sequence) you’ve negated your own point and become smearing rather than insightful. AKA, you’ve adopted the same practices as that sad station.



I think it is disgraceful the women are practically showing it all (don’t they wish)
Read this weeks publication of Weekly Standard, it says it all


neo bonbon

I think this is a Photoshop job.


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