What Plastic Surgery Has Samantha Ponder Gotten? Body Measurements and Wiki
Samantha Ponder’s body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check out her height, body measurements, weight, shoe size, and whether she has undergone cosmetic surgery!
Who Is Samantha Ponder?
Samantha Sainte-Claire Steele was born December 11, 1985 in Phoenix, Arizona but she grew up in New York City. Her current job is ESPN Sideline Reporter. She’s married to Christian Ponder, American football player, since 2012. She’s using her new last name Ponder also in media appearances since then. In 2014, Samantha gave birth to their first child, daughter named Bowden Sainte-Claire.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Samantha Ponder's plastic surgery history.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||Unknown|
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Samantha Ponder Quotes
My dad was a high school and college coach, and in my house my dad muted sideline reporters because he wasn’t interested in what they had to say.Samantha Ponder
There is no such thing as replacing Chris Berman, but the chance to build on his incredible legacy while simultaneously taking new risks to serve NFL fans is the opportunity of a lifetime.Samantha Ponder
We were wearing jeans and t-shirts, and we just decided to drive to the courthouse and get married. We went to Arby’s and had lunch – that’s always been like one of my favorite places – so we decided to celebrate our holy matrimony with some roast beef.Samantha Ponder
There is such a stigma on both sides of being a working mother, and you can fall into the trap of what you think everyone else thinks you should be doing instead of what your instincts and standards say you should do.Samantha Ponder
Whenever someone says something to me like ‘Oh, another blonde at ESPN,’ I would like to crunch the numbers. First, I think we have more brunettes than blondes. And second, there are only three normal hair colors. You’re either a redhead, brunette, or blonde. It’s really not that complicated.Samantha Ponder