VIDEO: Cameras Caught Molly Qerim’s Frightened Reaction To Earthquake While On The ‘First Take’ Set

Americans in New York and New Jersey areas were sent scrambling this morning as the area was hit with an earthquake.

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, Whitehouse Station in New Jersey was hit by an earthquake with a magnitude of 4.8 at roughly 10:28 am Eastern Time.

The rumble was felt by the surrounding areas in Jersey and New York as well, including in Manhattan, where the taping for today’s episode of ESPN’s ‘First Take’ was underway.

Molly Qerim poses on the field before a college football game.

The crew appeared to be on a break at the time, but the cameras were still rolling. And they caught the startled reaction from First Take co-host Molly Qerim, who could be seen holding onto her desk while giving a troubled look to those around her.

That look on her face says it all.
Molly Qerim and Stephen A. Smith left visibly stunned on First Take after 'absolutely insane' earthquake in New York | The US Sun

Thankfully, no one was hurt. And it appears as though Qerim was able to make light of the incident based on her willingness to post the video of her reaction.

Molly Qerim Was Making Headlines This Week

Today’s earthquake reaction isn’t the first time Molly has caused some buzz this week. Just yesterday, while talking about the women’s Final Four, she made a comment about Iowa star Caitlin Clark that appeared to rub a few people the wrong way.

Specifically, Qerim claims that if UConn’s Paige Bueckers hadn’t been injured throughout most of her college career, everyone would be talking about her instead of Clark. The debate centered around tonight’s big matchup, as Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes are set to square off against Bueckers and UConn.

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