Paola Ferrari may have been caught going commando while hosting Italian Euro 2020 after an alleged X-rated leg-crossing moment that left her slightly exposed. The award-winning journalist is turning heads today for reportedly wearing no underwear while presenting at Euro 2020.
The viral moment shows Paola Ferrari wearing a black dress while broadcasting live to hundreds of thousands of viewers. Though the journalist is known for her sexy looks, fans weren’t expecting crude attire.
In the video it looks like Paola is not wearing underwear as she maneuvers her legs from one position to the other. Though it’s unclear from the dark video, fans who watched live claim they saw every part of the hot journalist. Some are even comparing the incident to Sharon Stone’s sexy Basic Instinct scene when the character in the movie took control of an interrogation using the power of her legs.
The 60-year-old outspoken journalist denies the allegations, claiming that she was fully covered in all meanings of the word. “The viral video seems a bit exaggerated,” Paola Ferrari admitted. “Sharon Stone was not wearing underwear in that scene. I, on the other hand, prefer to protect health and hygiene.”
Just in case, the New York Post made sure to blur out the potential “commando” moment, though other videos floating online reveal a lot more. In those versions, commenters are sure that Paola let the world see it all for one fleeting moment.
Still, Paola argues that it’s nothing to get excited about. “It has gone viral, they are using more VAR [for this incident] than on the field at the European Championships,” she claimed. VAR, or video assistant referee, is a match official that reviews video footage of specific moments during sports matches. Many YouTubers are posting versions of Paola’s alleged slip that zoom in, pause, and replay as if it were a high-profile sports call.
“It happened but it’s nothing serious,” Paola asserts. She also rejects the claim that some peepers saw an intimate butterfly tattoo up her skirt. “I can assure you,” Paola said, “I do not have a tattooed butterfly.”
“I do not fly so high,” the journalist joked. The star is making light of the situation, which might be the best decision to avoid further embarrassment. Paola was also quick to comment on the Basic Instinct allegations, that allege Paola is the next Sharon Stone.
“It’s a bit of a stretch, as she is one of the sexiest women in the world,” Ferrari said. “In short, the viral video seems a bit exaggerated, I presented two evenings WITH pants.” In the Basic Instinct scene, Sharon Stone was using her legs to gain power over groveling men, which Paola admires. However, she insists that’s not the case here, whether purposeful or accidental.
“Sharon Stone was not wearing underwear in that scene,” Paola said. “I, on the other hand, prefer to protect health and hygiene.”
There is no way to know for sure if Paola Ferrari did go commando, but her possible “no underwear moment” has gotten a lot of people buzzing about the award-winning journalist. They say “any publicity is good publicity.” But in this case we’re not so sure.
Paola Ferrari has a long history with broadcast journalism and is known for her loud opinions. She’s also very vocal about her feminist views. She claimed in an interview that she does not accept her colleagues who use their bodies to get ahead in the field.
“I think that to gain respect you need to show that you are good,” Paola explained. “We fought a lot to clear the role of women in the ball, now it bothers me a lot when I see some colleagues who show up on the sidelines with ultra-tight t-shirts and foam-padded shorts.”
“I’m sorry,” she added, “but I’ll never accept it.” That sentiment is likely what has kept Paola a respectable journalist with a lot of power and influence in the field. If her past serves to prove anything, Paola did not go commando on purpose, nor flash the world without a care.