Thea Andrews (born October 4, 1973) is a Canadian journalist and TV personality in both sports and entertainment news, as well as hosting reality competition and morning shows. From October 2003 to November 2006 she served as co-host on several ESPN shows such as Cold Pizza (2003–2005), (2004–2006), (2004–2006), (2005–2006), ESPN Hollywood (2005–2006) and (2006). Andrews reported on horse racing, college basketball and football for the network. She used to host a Saturday night counter programming block against Hockey Night in Canada called Guys TV on TSN, and a Canadian cable show titled Cooking For Love. She was a correspondent and host on Entertainment Tonight from November 2006-October 2009. Thea Andrews hosted the first season of Top Chef Canada and Nigel Lythgoe's country music s

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  • Thea Andrews (born October 4, 1973) is a Canadian journalist and TV personality in both sports and entertainment news, as well as hosting reality competition and morning shows. From October 2003 to November 2006 she served as co-host on several ESPN shows such as Cold Pizza (2003–2005), (2004–2006), (2004–2006), (2005–2006), ESPN Hollywood (2005–2006) and (2006). Andrews reported on horse racing, college basketball and football for the network. She used to host a Saturday night counter programming block against Hockey Night in Canada called Guys TV on TSN, and a Canadian cable show titled Cooking For Love. She was a correspondent and host on Entertainment Tonight from November 2006-October 2009. Thea Andrews hosted the first season of Top Chef Canada and Nigel Lythgoe's country music singing competition, CMT's Next Superstar. From January 7, 2013 until July 2015, she co-hosted The Insider. (en)
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  • Thea Andrews (born October 4, 1973) is a Canadian journalist and TV personality in both sports and entertainment news, as well as hosting reality competition and morning shows. From October 2003 to November 2006 she served as co-host on several ESPN shows such as Cold Pizza (2003–2005), (2004–2006), (2004–2006), (2005–2006), ESPN Hollywood (2005–2006) and (2006). Andrews reported on horse racing, college basketball and football for the network. She used to host a Saturday night counter programming block against Hockey Night in Canada called Guys TV on TSN, and a Canadian cable show titled Cooking For Love. She was a correspondent and host on Entertainment Tonight from November 2006-October 2009. Thea Andrews hosted the first season of Top Chef Canada and Nigel Lythgoe's country music s (en)
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