FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NFL DRAFT 2017 What is it? | FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NFL DRAFT 2017 What is it?

nfl draftFOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NFL DRAFT 2017 What is it? 

HAPPY NFL DRAFT DAY!  I’ve been excited for this for weeks, although I have no clue what is going on. We have intro music, grades, colleges—is this the end of senior year of high school or football? I kid, I kid, but seriously, I want to know how all this works. So let’s go on the Learning Sports In High Heels train and figure this out—with a fashionable thinking cap and a good six inches, of course! Continue reading

HOCKEY IN HIGH HEELS: MORE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF COVERAGE | HOCKEY IN HIGH HEELS: MORE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF COVERAGE

stanley cup playoffs 2017HOCKEY IN HIGH HEELS: MORE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFF COVERAGE

STAMFORD, Conn. – April 27, 2017Tonight’s NHL Stanley Cup Playoff coverage is headlined by a clash of this season’s Presidents’ Trophy winner and the defending Stanley Cup champion and features the NHL’s two best players of the last decade, as Alex Ovechkinand the (1) Washington Capitals host Sidney Crosby and the (2) Pittsburgh Penguins at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN with NHL Live. Continue reading

TV IN HIGH HEELS: DANCING WITH THE STARS RECAP FOR APRIL 24, 2017 | TV IN HIGH HEELS: DANCING WITH THE STARS RECAP FOR APRIL 24, 2017

dancing with the starsTV IN HIGH HEELS: DANCING WITH THE STARS RECAP FOR APRIL 24, 2017

Hello and welcome to Disney Night on ABC’s Dancing With The Stars. Tonight is Boy Band vs. Girl Group with our first group dance of the season. Nick Carter is filling in for Nick Hough as judge and Maks Chmerkovskiy is back to dance with Heather Morris.   Continue reading

FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NBC’S NFL SCHEDULE | FOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NBC’S NFL SCHEDULE

nflFOOTBALL IN HIGH HEELS: NBC’S NFL SCHEDULE

STAMFORD, Conn. – April 20, 2017 – NBC, home to primetime television’s top two shows in Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football, will kick off the 2017 NFL season on Thursday night Sept. 7, and crown the Super Bowl LII champion on Feb. 4, highlighting a campaign which features a combined 28 regular season and postseason games on NBC – the most ever by an NFL broadcast primetime TV partner. Continue reading