Did Erin Burnett ever pose for Maxim magazine or are the pictures seen on the internet fakes?
Erin Burnett is CNBC’s hottest anchor, but she hasn’t posed for Maxim magazine. The cover of Maxim with her on it is a fake, one that someone photoshopped. Erin Isabelle Burnett is a business news anchor, reporter and interviewer for CNBC television. She is the co-anchor of CNBC’s Squawk on the Street program, weekdays from 9-11am EST. She and co-host Mark Haines broadcast from a set overlooking the New York Stock Exchange. In addition to Squawk on the Street, she is the host of CNBC’s Street Signs program from 2-3pm EST. She also appears on NBC’s Meet the Press, Today, MSNBC’s Morning Joe and NBC Nightly News. Sources: http://en.wikipedia.
A very thorough search of the internet yields many other people asking the very same question. While it is rumored that she posed for Maxim the rumor is not true. There is a fake Maxim cover that can be found on the internet in which someone “Photoshopped” Erin Burnett’s head onto the body of a naked woman who is discreetly covering herself. But it isn’t really Erin. Anyway, while her journalistic credentials are open to debate someone with a rising career at a major news gathering organization such as CNBC would never pose for Maxim. At least that’s my opinion. Actresses looking for a career bump do it all the time and that makes sense in the world we live in. But it’s not for journalists! Sources: http://www.beyondhollywood.
I want to share with you a story that happened to Scott Cooper a few years ago. I think this story is bad because Scott got very badly hounded on the Internet because of the usual photo. Scott J Cooper Florida – you can watch it here. Scott is a very good person and all the hate that was addressed to him on the Internet I consider unfair. In general, I advise you to see for yourself and decide what kind of photo it is.