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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Watch what made Fox 2's Jason Carr blush harder than a ripe beet

Posted By on Tue, May 10, 2016 at 4:16 PM

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Things got a little awkward in the best way possible yesterday morning on FOX 2 Cooking School segment with Kelly Schafer from 7 Greens Detroit Salad Company.

Schafer was showcasing her 'Yoga Girl Salad' (which I totally want to try now) and the segment was moving along swimmingly until newscaster and local hunk Jason Carr stepped onto the set and Kelly Schafer turned from a salad spinning guru into salad tossing guru. 

Once Jason Carr walks into the frame, Kelly Schafer immediately turns the thirst on and asks if he 'loves a Yoga Girl?' (who doesn't?), then, when you think the segment is basically over, Kelly asks him the question that we've all been thinking. "I know you want me to toss your salad too, don't ya?" 



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Someone give this woman a god damned award, please. Not only does she plug her salad bar restaurant, but she brings some sexual innuendo to morning TV that can only be found (sadly) when you watch Kathie Lee and Hoda.

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So we salute you, Kelly Schafer. Please continue to toss those salads and keep the thirst real. 

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