A former Golf channel an Fox Sports personality is switching things up, promoting a content site with exclusive material considered “way too [hot] for social media.”
Holly Sonders, who came onto the Golf Channel at 21 after playing college golf in Michigan, eventually found herself on the FOX Sports network half a decade later.
“[I] spent 10 years, [ages] 21 to 31, on national TV,” Sonders told The New York Post. “It was a great experience, but at some point, you kind of want to work for yourself. And the way that the world changed, especially with COVID, everybody’s just kind of doing their own thing, but the goal is always to work for yourself.”
Now, the former athlete and personality is going to put her physique to the test, in hopes of drawing lonely men.
With over 548 thousand followers on Instagram and no restrictions on content following her breakup with her ex-fiancee, that probably won’t be too hard to accomplish.
Backed by her agend, Darren Prince, Sonders is “rebranding.”
“I always need to have my own thing and so, once things kind of ended with Dave, I was like, listen I haven’t had an agent in a year, and I want to get back into this but I want to rebrand, I want to do it the right way,” Sonders said.
As far as how she feel about it, she’s still the same old Sonders.
“My Instagram says, ‘Girls can be hot and smart,'” she said. “Everybody always says, ‘Are you a model or are you a TV host,’ and that’s the dumbest question to me. I’m both of those things, I can be five things if I want to be.”
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