Former New York Jets game-day/sideline reporter/hostess, Jenn Sterger, is close to getting another television gig once again. According to the New York Post, Sterger recently filmed a pilot for Spike TV called "Spike's Spare Time," a show where Sterger will interview celebrities while bowling.
Hopefully, the only balls that she will see now weigh 14 pounds and have three holes in them.
She told the Post, "It's [bowling] probably the one sport I'm pretty awesome at."
"I've bowled since I was six," said Sterger. "I was in all of the youth leagues and a bunch of traveling leagues in Florida." She claims her average was 189, with an all-time high game of 289.
Sterger also said life has been easier and work is now more attainable since the story of the Favre drama broke last year.
Favre, the former Jets quarterback, was accused of texting photos of his private parts to the sexy brunette. It was followed by a controversial interview questioning her accountability on ABC television.
"I'm in such a better place," she said. She hopes her new show puts those rumors to rest that ABC got the interview in exchange for finding her a job. Sterger claims the allegations were all false.
"Do you see me having a show at ABC?" she asked. "Nope, not at all."