During a recent Los Angeles Clippers playoff game, a woman wearing a low cut top appeared behind the TV announcers. She primped her hair and made a quick adjustment to her chest.
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The jaw-dropping moment has created a sensation on social media.
“Holy Smokes!,” was one typical Twitter reaction.
It's being compared to other spontaneous moments at sports events that turned unknown fans into overnight sensations.
Remember Miss Alabama Katherine Webb? She was seen in the stands at the national championship college football game back in 2013.
Kate Upton’s career was launched when video went viral as she did “The Dougie,” also at a Clippers game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
So, who's the latest TV star-is-born? Her name is Rebecca Grant, and she's a model and sports announcer who's worked for ESPN and the NFL Network.
INSIDE EDITION caught up with her and spoke about becoming an overnight "it" girl. She said, "Was this deliberate? Absolutely not! I have a habit of doing this and it happened because of my hairspray not working that night. So, I was really into that and I didn't want to have a wardrobe malfunction."
She has her own YouTube channel where she reports sports in a low-cut dress. She has even done a car commercial. Last week, she was voted "Queen of the L.A. Clippers."
She told INSIDE EDITION, "I really feel for them for what they have gone through with the whole Sterling mess. Anything I can be that is a distraction right now, I am thrilled."
So here you go, a welcome diversion from the Donald Sterling scandal.