Charissa Jean Thompson is an American television host and sportscaster who works for Fox Sports. Thompson used to work for ESPN, Versus, as well as for GSN and the Big Ten Network. Charissa Thompson is one of the best sportscasters of her generation. Between her time at ESPN and Fox Sports, she became a big name in the industry and a fan favorite.
Charissa Thompson is much successful in her life that it made her fans interested to know about personal life of TV host. However on a personal basis, she has been through some hard times. Few months back Charissa was on the news because of her divorce. This marriage lasted less than two years, and the reason for the breakup made some people worried.
Charissa Thompson And Kyle Thousand Got Divorce After Two Years Of Marriage
Charissa Thompson got married to Kyle Thousand in a small ceremony in Scottsdale, Arizona . Because of COVID-19 restrictions in California, they moved the wedding to Scottsdale, Ariz., where Thompson married Thousand in a small ceremony.
After two years of marriage, Fox host Charissa Thompson and her sports agent husband Kyle Thousand got divorce. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Thompson filed for divorce on April 19, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for the separation.
Previously she was married and got divorced before she was 25 , but it’s not clear to whom. This was her second divorce.
Thompson stated in the form that she and Thousand broke up a year after their wedding on December 30, 2020. She said to be asking the court to end spousal support for both sides and to make both sides pay their own attorney’s fees in the divorce. The two people who broke up don’t have any kids together.
Charissa Thompson Talks About Her “Embarrassing” Divorce
When Fox Sports host Charissa Thompson talked about her recent divorce from sports agent Kyle Thousand, she broke down in tears. It was the first time Thompson spoke out in public about her second divorce.
Thompson said, “I had a crappy week.” “The news that I’m getting a divorce got out, and as someone who grew up in a family—my parents have been married since they were 18—I didn’t want it at all. I believe in the institution, and I’ve been married and divorced before, so when I got married for the second time, I was so hopeful that it would be “forever, for better or for worse, and all the things” like you say it will be.
Thompson went on to say that, at her age, “having been divorced twice is embarrassing.”
“I’m embarrassed to tell you that this is my second divorce at age 40,” she said, looking like she was crying. “And then you worry about people saying, ‘Oh, you can’t keep a man. Oh, what did you do?’ You start to think about all these secondary, third, and fourth level questions… Then you think about having kids, but I don’t have a boyfriend or girlfriend… So many different parts make it up. But that’s no reason to stay in a situation that doesn’t make either of you happy, and you have to make a decision that’s best for you. Even if it feels selfish, it’s your life. In the end, that’s where I’m at.”