Nothing is more difficult than spending this beautiful life alone. Despite having so many friends and our parents with us, we always feel the need of someone whom we can love, and someone who loves us. We all need love, isn't it?
This is the case similar to that of Natasha Staniszewski, a famous Canadian sports reporter and host for SportsCentre, TSN's flagship news and information show.
Let's learn more about her in detail.
If you look at Natasha carefully, you will know that she is a rare beauty. She has an attractively charming face and an appealing personality. Therefore, we cannot accept the fact that Natasha hasn’t ever dated anyone but she is surely not married.
Gorgeous Natasha Staniszewski
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But, she has been very successful in keeping her mouth zipped when it comes to boyfriend and dating. Thus, there are no records of her past boyfriend. You might as well wonder if she is a lesbian. Since we have not spotted her with any men, we can’t say no to that as well.
Despite being a business student at The University of Alberta, Natasha chose sports broadcasting as her career and persuaded her broadcasting degree from Nait, Edmonton.
Sports reporter Natasha Staniszewski
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The 38-year old yet gorgeous sports reporter for SportsCenter was voted top 60 sexiest female journalist in 2013.
In 2013, Natasha Staniszewski has listed in top 60 sexiest female journalists of the world and top 10 in Canada. She’s already in her late 30s. We are sure she might now want to date a guy for real and start a family with him. I mean, who would not want that being almost a 40-year-old single woman.
Top 60 sexiest female journalists in 2013, Natasha Staniszewski
During an interview, she accepted that she's single and is waiting for the right guy. She said,
Sure, I would love to meet somebody.
But, she hasn’t opened up clearly whether she has already found that someone or not. So, we cannot confidently speak about her having a husband and children, and perhaps even divorce.
Natasha was born on May 24, 1979, in Edmonton, Alberta. Currently, she is a host of TSN’s SPORTS CENTRE. Being a sports broadcaster was her childhood dream and she is living her dream fully now. At TSN, she has covered various sports events such as Olympics, Women’s World Hockey Championship, Leafs games, Canadian Women’s hockey and Olympic Winter Games in 2014 etc.