Report: Kyle Clark is not the hottest newsperson

As your high school track coach probably said, “If you’re not first, you’re last.”

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(Screenshot via Buzzfeed)

(Screenshot via Buzzfeed)

As your high school track coach probably said, “If you’re not first, you’re last.”

And 9News anchor Kyle Clark is not first in Buzzfeed’s list of The 50 Hottest News Anchors In The World. He’s fourth.

We’re sorry, Kyle.

According to Buzzfeed, what makes Kyle hot is that “He has a shelter dog with an underbite, named Porter.” No comment on the beard, plaid jackets or love of craft beer.

We don’t know what you’re doing wrong here, Kyle, but clearly there’s room for improvement.

To be fair, he did beat this guy in the UK and several other men who do not have shirts on.

(Screenshot via Buzzfeed)

(Screenshot via Buzzfeed)

At least Kyle and all of us here in Denver can take comfort in the fact that hotness isn’t all about the tan and six pack on the outside. It’s about the shelter-dog love on the inside.

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