Why Are People Attacking Pam Oliver For Her Hair?

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By Carolyn Hall

The Super Bowl is one of the most watched sporting events of the year. However, it seems that more attention was given to sideline reporter’s hair, Fox News Pam Oliver, than what happened on the field. According to innumerable news reports, Twitter pandonium, and FACEBOOK feed madness, Miss Oliver had a “horrific hair day.”

Instead of all eyes on the field, arm chair commentators declared a foul on Oliver for her hair.  In the words of one twitter rant, “her hair was jacked up.” Oliver, who is known for her stellar sports cast, can’t seem to shake the “haters” with this hair debacle. What is even more ironic is that her biggest naysayers seem to be women. WOW. If anyone should understand that “into every woman’s life, a bad hair day must fall” (I’m paraphrasing scripture here), it should be her sister fans. Well, heck, maybe I’m just speaking for other sisters like myself who seem to have five million things on their plate and understand all too well what it means to let your hair be one of them.

Now, before the haters tackle me, I’m not excusing Oliver but simply cutting her some slack. Keep in mind that before she ever hit the field, she probably had sleepless nights and countless hours of research and prep time for THE SUPER BOWL.
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She even states, in an interview with Daily News, “Usually, the most important thing to me is getting my information and getting it right and hoping that everything else is going well with the hair and what little makeup I have left and go from there,” she explained. “I’m a little focused on what I’m doing. Maybe too much for people’s liking.”

If each woman that I know were to be derailed and smashed for every bad hair day they had, they would probably have to be committed or seek counseling.

Nevertheless, Miss Oliver handled her ‘hair haters” like a consummate professional. Instead of getting back at them with her own TWITTER rant, she responds gracefully by saying that “[the hair debacle] was naive of me. I get it. But there are times I get so tunnel-visioned and focused on what I’m doing to the point of maybe letting that other stuff fall by the wayside. It’s not intentional. You want to look your best on TV.”

Well, Miss Oliver…This sister understands…But, for your own sanity and to ward off the hair obsessed, keep a good “Brenda” (i.e. wig) on hand.