Molly Qerim is leaving First. Let live TV viewers be amazed by her “gorgeous” latest outfit on ESPN

FIRST Take host Molly Qerim once again shined in the spotlight on the first ESPN show.

The 39-year-old host has hosted the show since 2015 and has worn some eye-catching outfits along the way.

Molly Qerim wore a pretty pink top to work today


Molly Qerim wore a pretty pink top to work todayPhoto credit: First Take
She hosts First Take on weekdays


She hosts First Take on weekdaysPhoto credit: First Take

Today’s show was no different: Qerim came in wearing a beautiful pink top.

She hosted the show during its usual hours, from 10 a.m. ET to 12 p.m.

This morning First Take made a big announcement regarding tomorrow’s show.

The crew will be live tomorrow, Friday, September 14th from Boulder, Colorado, where Coach Prime Deion Sanders will join the team.

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On the social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, fans applauded the show and Qerim’s fit.

One posted: “Beautiful Molly!”

A second said: “Everyone heading to Boulder. Deion is taking the world by storm.”

Another added: “Let’s go!”

With a fourth mention: “Molly looks great!”

Coach Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes are off to a 2-0 start to the new college football season.

They beat TCU and destroyed their rival Nebraska Cornhuskers 36-14 last week.

Colorado is currently ranked 18th in the country.

At the start of the season, the team ended up unranked.

Qerim will host tomorrow’s show from Colorado, starting at its regular time of 10 a.m. ET.

Qerim has been the main host since 2015


Qerim has been the main host since 2015Photo credit: ESPN


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