Meet Egypt's Busty Prime Time News Anchor: Mona Elshazly.

How many of you and how often gets influenced by media, just because you like the news anchor? weather you're a man or a woman, didn't you at least once got spaced out during watching your favorite TV show just because the anchor was so attractive, you couldn't make a word of what he/she is selling, and you promptly had to agree with, confirm on, or even vote for.

well, what if it was under the most crucial circumstances. a local revolution. political chaos. major community polarization. heated discussions. that was 2011 in Egypt.

Meet Mona Elshazly.

the most influential news anchor in the country. she hosted highly seen TV interviews during the time of the revolution, and drove the public opinion into paths that lead at the end in failing the revolution. after that, she went on to entertainment, making light and funny pre-recorded shows.

this woman is one of the main reasons that the Egyptian revolution cooled off.

and she did that with her lusty irresistible flickering eyes. with this plus size curved body of hers. with all her chic suits and parades. won't we ever stop get carried away by women who rules. true as they say the power of the female, but won't this torture be over? ever?




essentials:

born December 23, 1970 (age 44), graduated from high school in the United Arab Emirates and then studied MASCOM and advertisement at the American University in Cairo.

worked in Public Relations at the Arab Contractors Company.

She hosted several programs on the Saudi-owned Arab Radio and Television Network Channel.

She has been at Dream 2 Channel since 2006, hosting Al Ashira Masa'an. Dream TV is a popular independent Egyptian satellite channel. "By her own estimate, she is one of the highest paid hosts on Arabic satellite television," a report said. Her contract with Dream Channel is estimated between 2 to 3 million Egyptian pounds per year (appx. LE200,000/month). Addressing "government pressure on journalists in Egypt They don’t understand that a presenter is not a spokesperson for the government or the regime,' she said. 'I am not a spokesman. But you always have this problem.

so, what do you guys think? cute? would you follow her to end of the world? or are you the master of your own domain?!

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