On Monday, the television personality paired high-waisted wide leg trousers that hung over black pointy shoes, and she added some sexinesswith a semi-sheer black cami tucked into her pants. The top under a suit jacket that was open just enough showed off some skin without giving it all away. The jacket featured a garden motif, with a butterfly on one side and a long-leafed green plant on the other. She accessorized with a few thin chains, one that had a sizable round charm resting on her chest, and stud earrings. Her pixie hair had a cute flip to it. Clearly, Hall is using this time finally out from behind the news desk to show off her head-to-toe fashion sense. Halls departure from NBC was announced in February, and since then, shes had an impressive string of public appearances. Just last week, Hall hit the stage with formerVogueeditor at large Andre Leon Talley in a seriously daring ensemble. Her Schiaparelli pink Balenciaga dress hada high neck and thigh-high slit that revealed bright purple thigh-high Balenciaga spandex boots.
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All rights reserved. find out here nowThis material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Show Caption Previous Next CASTLE ROCK, Colo. — What if your kid started and ended their day with wrestling? Such a thing exists on a campus in Castle Rock because of a partnership between an online charter school and a non-profit wrestling club. Luke Morris is one of the head coaches and a principal at Sons of Thunder Academy . It is a unique opportunity as most of the students can adjust their education according to their training commitments, all while stepping outside of a traditional classroom setting. Sons of Thunder and Hope Online Learning Academy have worked together for the last six years on a joint venture called the Universal Learning Center. The campus enrolls grades K-12 and several dozen students are also active wrestlers with Sons of Thunder, according to Morris. Sixteen year-old Kaden Campbell has been training since the sixthgrade and has aspirations to compete in the Olympics someday. We talked my mom into it and I tried it and just had a natural talent for and fell in love with it. Campbell told Denver7 the Universal Learning Center has given her the chance to perfect her wrestling skills and her school work, something her coach Morris wanted for all of his students.
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