First Take fans in awe of Monica McNutt after the ESPN host’s surprise performance alongside Molly Qerim

ESPN host Monica McNutt’s surprise appearance on First Take left fans in awe.

McNutt, 33, appeared alongside First Take host Molly Qerim, 39, on Tuesday’s edition of the popular sports debate show.


Monica McNutt (pictured) made a surprise appearance on Tuesday’s First Take[/caption]


McNutt worked with ESPN First Take star host Molly Qerim[/caption]

At First Take, McNutt named her top five NBA players that have to work in order to be successful in the playoffs.

Their list included Denver Nuggets star Nikola Jokic, Philadelphia 76ers duo Joel Embiid and James Harden, Phoenix Suns guards Chris Paul and Devin Booker, Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins and Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis.

And fans were amazed by McNutt’s performance on First Take.

One wrote: “Monica McNutt rocks though.”

Another tweeted: “I had a crush on Monica McNutt gosh what a woman.”

And a third commented, “Monica McNutt Talking Hoops >>>.”

McNutt is a former basketball player and 2023 Celebrity All-Star Game analyst.

She was part of an all-female International Women’s Day television crew that covered the March 8 matchup between the Dallas Mavericks and the New Orleans Pelicans.

The 33-year-old also joined Mike Breen and Mark Jackson that same month as the Los Angeles Clippers won the Toronto Raptors in the second half.

It wasn’t long ago that Monica had a viral moment with star personality Stephen A. Smith on First Take.

In February, McNutt told Smith to “fix your face and listen” over an argument about the New York Knicks.

She then explained why the Knicks made the right decision not to trade for star Donavon Mitchell and keep the core of their team.

Smith disagreed with her reasoning, saying, “You guys can cut that last segment because there’s a lot of things Monica McNutt just said that I’m going to address — because there was a lot of nonsense in there.”


McNutt is an NBA analyst with experience broadcasting professional basketball games[/caption]


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