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->''"Stop the press! Who is ''that''?''"
-->-- '''ComicBook/TheJoker''', ''Film/{{Batman}}'', on photo-journalist Vicki Vale
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Perhaps it's their ability to uncover the truth about evil goings-on. Perhaps it's their brilliant research skills. More likely, it's a desire to do an exposé on them, finding out just what is under that lovely blouse.

Journalists who are attractive, basically.

A popular character in action movies and cop shows, as it's a good way to introduce a love interest who has a plausible reason for following the hero into danger. Sometimes overlaps with ActionGirl, though it predates the latter trope's popularity by a good many decades, as it was more acceptable for a woman to be a nosy Boswell than a butt-kicking Battle Babe. Likewise, this is a particularly common choice for superhero love interests, for the same reason as above, while also making a convenient excuse as to ''why'' the hero needs to keep saving the same woman over-and-over.

Common characteristics of attractive female journalists are [[PluckyGirl an abundance of "moxie"]], with [[ShesGotLegs "gams-a-plenty" or "legs from here to Kalamazoo".]]

Can overlap with SchoolNewspaperNewshound if it's set in a school. See also IntrepidReporter and GoingForTheBigScoop... which is not about dating the reporter, but their tendency to seek out danger.

While generally good(ish), a minority of these characters turn out to be true villains. Generally this sort overlaps with TheVamp.

Title is JustForPun--[[DontExplainTheJoke a three way one on exclusive, catch and scoop-neck top]].


[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
%%* Sybil from ''Manga/BlackMagicM66'' qualifies.
* In ''Anime/CodeGeass R2'', [[spoiler: Milly Ashford]] has the large chest in the series, provides lot of fanservice in most of the BonusMaterial, and becomes a hot TV host and news anchor after graduation.
* Kiyomi Takada from ''Manga/DeathNote'' is a very lovely-looking news anchor and TV reporter.
* ''Manga/Eyeshield21'':
%%** The unamed tv reporter woman that is a sort of RecurringExtra.
** Riko Kumabukuro. Her good looks were how she managed to get an interview with Agon.
%%* Aya Stanford in ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula SIN''.
%%* [[PunnyName Ketsuno Ana]] from ''Manga/{{Gintama}}'', a news reporter that Gintoki adores. [[spoiler: Her name is homonymous to the japanese word for anus.]]
* ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'':
** Kinue Crossroad from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'' is Saji's older sister and a very beautiful young woman. [[spoiler: Sadly, the last person she wants to interview is an AxCrazy JerkAss and he kills her.]]
%%** In ''[[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Zeta Gundam]]'', Amuro's on-and-off SatelliteLoveInterest Beltochika Irma reinvents herself into this during the Dakar arc. She turns out to have quite the IntrepidReporter side, too, as [[spoiler: she manages to record a ''brutal'' Mobile Suit fight that Quattro/Char later masterfully uses to uncover the brutalities of the Titans.]]
%%** In ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', Miriallia "Milly" Haww has gone from a BridgeBunny to this, and is seen taking photos in a war zone. [[spoiler: She later retakes her BridgeBunny side, though.]]
%%* Natsuko Shouno from ''Manga/{{Kinnikuman}}''.
* Kazumi Asakura from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''. Always out for the latest scoop and never short of bare skin to show.
%%* Rosetta Riley in ''Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers'', of the suspiciously specifically named "Big News Channel". [[spoiler: She's actually one of Loki's minions.]]
%%* Rowena in the thirteenth ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie.
* Alexa from ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' (both the game and the anime counterparts), an attractive journalist from Kalos who is always looking out for a new scoop. She takes an important role in several episodes in both Kalos and the Decolore Islands.
* Partially, Miyako Sakuragawa from ''Manga/PrivatePrince''. She's pretty and busty, but her very relaxed fashion sense doesn't remark on this.
* ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' features one that plays a [[SmallRoleBigImpact small but vital]] role in the series. In his youth, Yoshimura became romantically involved with Ukina, a human woman. Their union produced the legendary HalfHumanHybrid, the One-Eyed Owl -- [[spoiler: Eto / Sen Takatsuki]]. Unfortunately for the young family, Ukina was an undercover reporter investigating the secret organization her lover worked for. When she was found out, the organization had her murdered -- her lover went into retirement, trying to atone for his past....while their child went on to launch a decades-long RoaringRampageOfRevenge.
* Akari Tsukumo, older sister to protagonist Yuma Tsukumo in ''Anime/YuGiOhZexal'', is a journalist. With just one good look at her in the manga, and this trope definitely applies.
* Wolfgangina Lala Getto from ''Manga/ZombiePowder'' is a very busty IntrepidReporter who fights crime with her masterful journalism skills and has brought down several big name criminals by the time Gamma runs into her.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''Franchise/{{Superman}}''
** Lois Lane, Superman's primary LoveInterest, may be one of the earliest examples of the trope; in almost all her incarnations she's a very attractive woman who's also an exceptional reporter.
** While Superman is, well, a superhero, his Clark Kent facade has been referred to as quite handsome once in a while. He tries to downplay this best he can however, but he's still something of a ChickMagnet, making him a male example of this.
* Vicki Vale, who sometimes serves as a Lois Lane expy for Batman/Gotham-related comics, likewise tends to be depicted as both a particularly attractive woman and a skilled reporter. This was taken to a ridiculous extreme with Creator/FrankMiller's ''ComicBook/AllStarBatmanAndRobinTheBoyWonder'' take on her.
* Betty Brant from ''Franchise/SpiderMan'', though originally an assistant, eventually became a reporter herself, and was always depicted as a pretty young woman; this was best exemplified in the Flash Thompson ''ComicBook/{{Venom}} series during the time where she was Flash's love interest.
** After ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay'', Norah Winters is introduced, a reporter who is very, ''very'' aware that she falls into this category, and serves as one of Peter's potential new love interests.
** Though a freelance photogropher rather than a journalist, like Clark Kent Peter himself can fall into this. Though initially quite a skinny looking youth, he's often drawn as the PrettyBoy, and he's something of a magnet for women.
* Iris West and Linda Park from ''Comicbook/TheFlash''. Both reporters, love interests, and later wives of the second and third incarnations of the Flash respectively. Both are typically very attractive women (less so for Iris after Barry's death, where she returns from the future as a grandmother), with Linda in particular being a minor MsFanservice.
* Sundra Peale from ''Comicbook/{{Nexus}}''. Her job, at least initially, is as a reporter for [[FunWithAcronyms Binary Information Access Systems]] sent to interview Nexus, and she is also extremely beautiful and becomes Nexus' lover. [[spoiler:It turned out that she was actually a spy, and working as a reporter was just her cover identity.]] Nipsy Conniption is a more amoral example of this type, being a beautiful but unethical journalist.
%%* Seccotine from ''ComicBook/SpirouAndFantasio''.
%%* Filthy assistants on ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' are reporters in training. Nothing about Yelena, but Shannon certainly qualifies because she is, well, a former stripper.
* Rick Horne in HarveyComicsBlackCat was a male example, being an intrepid newspaper journalist and radio reporter, as well as Black Cat's boyfriend.
%%* Franchise/ArchieComics has the male example of Kevin Keller.
* ''[[ComicBook/StarWarsPoeDameron Poe Dameron]]'' has a rather exotic example in Suralinda Javos, an IntrepidReporter as well as a beautiful [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe blue-skinned]] alien woman with a touch of SnakesAreSexy.

* ''FanFic/ItsNotTheRaptorDNA''; one of the nosy reporters that sneaks onto Isla Nublar to get a good look at Elise the ''Indominus Rex'' (who has a cold at the time) tries to use her own looks to get an interview out of Owen. [[IgnoreTheFanservice Owen ignores her attempts]], and while she does bring up some valid points she's overshadowed by a video of Elise sneezing on her.

[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Roxanne Ritchi in ''WesternAnimation/{{Megamind}}'', being an {{Expy}} of Lois Lane, is an attractive television reporter.
* Sam Sparks from ''Film/CloudyWithAChanceOfMeatballs'', who is [[spoiler: also Flint Lockwood's girlfriend]], and was hired because "[[HiredForTheirLooks She's cute]]". She [[spoiler: eventually subverts this later on in the movie by tying up her hair and putting on glasses, becoming somewhat less attractive but also more confident and less ditzy.]]

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Photo journalist Vicky Vale in the 1989 ''Film/{{Batman}}'' movie is the main female lead and love interest. The villain, The Joker, becomes obsessed with her.
* Literature/BridgetJones becomes this trope when she is hired at "Sit Up Britain" and was even [[LampshadedTrope lampshaded]] when she is promoted as the DistaffCounterpart to the "Smooth Guide."
* Katie Holmes' character in ''Film/ThankYouForSmoking'' used her attractiveness to get an exclusive interview with Nick Naylor. This leads to her being [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard discredited]] after she publishes the story when he reveals ([[MagnificentBastard without ever using her name]]) that she gained the "interview" through intimate means.
* The ''Vanity Fair'' reporter in ''Film/IronMan1''. This is the only reason Tony Stark talks to her in the first place.
-->'''Reporter:''' Do you ever lose an hour's sleep?\\
'''Stark:''' I could lose a few with you.\\
%%* Peggy Brandt (Amy Yasbeck) in ''Film/TheMask''.
%%* Summer, one of the potential love interests for the main character in ''Film/DefinitelyMaybe''.
%%* Suzanne Stone from ''Film/ToDieFor'' is a good example of the more amoral kind of Hot Scoop.
%%* Polly Perkins from ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow'' (2004).
%%* In the action movie ''Film/{{Metro}}'' (1997) the main character, Scott Roper, is dating a British photojournalist, Veronica "Ronnie" Tate.
%%* Asakawa Reiko in the Japanese horror film ''Film/{{Ringu}}'' and Rachel Keller in the American remake, ''Film/TheRing''.
* Martha Hackett (played by MarisaTomei) in ''The Paper''. Is a reporter for the eponymous newpaper, and is beautiful (did we mention she's played by Marisa Tomei?). When she phones her editor/husband with an actual hot scoop, he asks her "What are you wearing?"
* Hildy Johnson, the female lead of ''Film/HisGirlFriday'' is an attractive reporter.
* Kimberly Wells in ''Film/TheChinaSyndrome''. Deconstructed in a way, as her sexist boss relegates her to fluff pieces due to her attractiveness, never giving her the much-desired chance to cover serious news.
%%* Lexie in ''Film/{{Leatherheads}}'', who almost immediately becomes the object of a love triangle with Dodge and Carter.
* Gale Weathers in ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' series. She jokes in the first film that a survey was done that found she was most attractive to the 18-24 age range. The boys at the party get very excited when she shows up. She and Dewey become the franchise's OfficialCouple.
%%* The 1989 film ''Brenda Starr'' starring Brooke Shields as the intrepid reporter of comic strip fame.
%%* Besides Lois Lane in ''Film/SupermanReturns'', the Australian reporter played by Peta Wilson.
* ''Film/{{Idiocracy}}'' takes this to the logical extreme, with the anchors on Creator/{{Fox News|Channel}} being a hot chick in a bikini and [[WalkingShirtlessScene a male hunk with no shirt on]].
* Kitty Carmody in ''Film/FiveStarFinal'', who wears a low-cut top and deliberately [[ShowSomeLeg shows some leg]] when sitting down. All the male reporters gawk, and secretary Miss Taylor is disgusted that curvaceous Kitty got hired after a flat-chested reporter got fired.
* ''Film/{{Dracula 2000}}''. Jeri Ryan is playing a news reporter.
-->''(to her cameraman)'' "Ready to go? Getting the crash? Getting the sunset? [[TheTriple Getting the tits?]]"
* ''Series/MechX4'' has a kid friendly version: Cassie Park, Spyder's crush who livestreams the news to her online following and directly competes with traditional adult-run news sources in Bay City to be the first to report on new events.
* Miranda Richardson portrays Rita Skeeter this way in the ''Film/HarryPotter'' films. Her attractiveness is not commented on in the books, but the movie version looks like she's flirting with Harry when she interviews him.

* In ''Literature/IKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer'' (book, [[AdaptationDeviation not film]]) Helen Rivers is a pretty blonde eighteen-year-old who won a BeautyContest to become the local weather girl.
%%* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'': Susan Rodriguez.
%%* The ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'''s Sacharissa Cripslock grows out of her prim-and-properness into one of these... although she's actually only moderately attractive, but is stunningly beautiful ''when considered over several centuries''.
%%* Mary Frances Mulrooney from ''TheTakers'', a modern TwoFistedTale by Jerry Ahern.
%%* Kate Manzoni from ''The Light of Other Days''.
* Reporter Irene Beltrán from ''Literature/OfLoveAndShadows'', who is described as very beautiful - certainly enough so that Fransisco is enchanted [[LoveAtFirstSight when they first meet]].
* ''Literature/TheManWhoBroughtTheDodgersBackToBrooklyn'':
** The narrator wastes no time in telling us about how attractive female reporter Oran Ellis is, and explains that her good looks (and moxie) were why he first approached her.
** Also a female reporter named Patty Sides, who is described as nothing more than a bleached-blonde bubblehead with a low neckline exposing cleavage. The trope is discussed because of Patty; Oran rants about how, from an insider perspective, television news prefers looks over honest and intelligent journalism.
* In ''Literature/TheScarecrow'', new cub reporter Angela Cook is a hot blonde. Jack [=McEvoy=], the crime beat IntrepidReporter whom Angela is replacing, ruefully notes that her good looks will be of benefit to her when having to deal with the LAPD.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': In "The Model Teacher", an attractive reporter sets her sights on Mr. Boynton, while aiming a series of [[DamnedByFaintPraise casual insults]] at Miss Brooks.
* There's FanService first, news second ''Naked News'', "the program with nothing to hide". Its attractive female anchors perform stripteases as they present the news, and often tape segments at nude beaches and resorts, and even on the streets interviewing pedestrians, since it is legal to be topless in Canada.
%%* Chloë Sullivan from ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', and later Lois Lane.
%%* Danny Concannon from ''Series/TheWestWing'' is arguably a male version of this trope, down to dating CJ.
%%* Angela Heaney and Marianne Swift from ''Series/TheThickOfIt''.
%%* Jackie from ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' and ''Series/AshesToAshes''. Bonus points for being Scottish and all the UST with the show's [[DaChief chief]] CowboyCop, Gene Hunt. Between the series, they even had a one-night stand...[[spoiler:or so Jackie pretends when she's ''pregnant'', for the lulz.]]
* In the series ''Series/TheCape'', gorgeous cyber-sleuth/blogger Orwell, played by the equally gorgeous Creator/SummerGlau.
%%* Shauna Malwae-Tweep from ''Series/ParksAndRecreation''.
%%* Jennifer Horton and Jack Deveraux on ''Series/DaysOfOurLives''
* Sandra Sultry from ''Series/TheWedge'' (a parody of RealLife Australian news presenter Sandra Sully). Sultry delivers breathless monlogues to camera while leaning forward in a low-cut top.
%%* Will Tippin in ''Series/{{Alias}}''. This was Bradley Cooper's breakout role, leading to film stardom and the title of ''People'' Magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive" in 2011.
%%* Christine Hill in the fourth season of ''Series/{{Dexter}}''.
* Sloan Sabbith from ''Series/TheNewsroom''. She's [[HiredForTheirLooks hired explicitly for her looks]], though she ''does'' have two [=PhDs=]; Mackenzie admits that she'd be passing over better-qualified economists who aren't as hot, but also assures Sloan that she wouldn't hire her if she ''weren't'' qualified as well as attractive.
* ''Series/{{Hannibal}}'' has the intrepid [[GenderFlip Freddie Lounds]], who's certainly looks-wise a cut above her male counterpart in the books. She's still an unscrupulous tabloid reporter, and still a [[HateSink real dick]].
* Beth Turner in ''Series/{{Moonlight}}'', a hot young blonde who's always on the scene. In the pilot, she even makes a comment to the cameraman about needing her "money shot" and then immediately realizing that she has already become a media whore.
* Miss Chambers in ''Series/BabylonFive'' Lost Tales deliberately puts her tiny camera lens next to her cleavage to ensure her male (and married) interview subject (John Sheridan) will be looking at the camera. She tells him this outright when he asks where the camera is.
* ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'': Robin Scherbatsky, even to the point of being a ProudBeauty. Though she stars off on lousy morning news shows, she does end up at 24 hour network WWN.
* Andrea Skopcova from ''Series/CasesOfTheFirstDepartment'' is a very attractive TV reporter, specializing in yellow journalism and crime. She is a single mother of two and secretly dates cptn. Petr Andel who works at the homicide department. She's slightly unusual in that she has a mole in the Police Department who gives her information on open cases, and her segments on the news often complicate investigation. She is also willing to make morally wrong reports, like accusing an honest cop of being dirty. She did it because her boss was not satisfied with her work that has been portraying the Police as helpful public service.
* Hector from ''Series/TheHour'', who was chosen over Freddie because of his looks and charisma, despite Freddie being a far more qualified journalist. While Hector is hardly unqualified, he is no Freddie-reveals-a-government-conspiracy-per-season-Lyon.
* Phoebe Halliwell in ''{{Series/Charmed}}'' flirts with this occasionally. Although she's primarily an advice columnist, some episodes do show her doing some investigative journalism. She's also very popular with men, one episode getting her persuaded to do a sexy photoshoot to take advantage of this trope.
* In the Creator/{{Syfy}} [[Film/SyfyOriginalMovie B monster movie]] ''Sharktopus vs. Pterracuda'', the female reporter who is hell-bent on covering the story at any cost is referred to a couple of times (by herself) as attractive. There is also not a single moment when she's on camera where her cleavage ''isn't'' visible.
* Most of the researchers at News of the World on ''Series/GoodGirlsRevolt'', though they arenít actual reporters. Their male colleagues and superiors frequently comment on this and relationships between reporters and researchers are common. This being TheSixties and TheSeventies, the women are mostly interested in being allowed to actually write, hot or not.
* [[Creator/DeborahAnnWoll Karen Page]] from ''Series/Daredevil2015'', ''Series/IronFist2017'', ''Series/TheDefenders2017'', and ''Series/ThePunisher2017''. She is mentored in fact-finding and gathering by Ben Urich throughout season 1 of ''Daredevil'', and her investigative work into Frank Castle in season 2 impresses Mitchell Ellison enough for him to hire her on at the ''New York Bulletin''. She also has connections to two of the Defenders, as Matt's lover and former office assistant, and also leaking a story on Danny Rand's decision to close a Rand chemical plant.
* Chanel Oberlin of ''Series/ScreamQueens2015'' desires to be this. Her goal is to become a Network news anchor and thus she's obsessed with maintaining TheBeautifulElite appearance.
* Betty Cooper becomes this in ''{{Series/Riverdale}}'' when she starts writing for the school newspaper. It should be noted that she's also a cheerleader and glamorous blonde.

%%[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
%%* The ''Brenda Starr, Reporter'' strip from the 1940s put this trope on center stage.

[[folder: Professional Wrestling]]
* Wrestling/{{WWE}} has often loved to hire a beautiful woman to act as a backstage interviewer. Lilian Garcia was the first notable example, though she eventually switched to ring announcer. Wrestling/MariaKanellis and Wrestling/EveTorres began as this but transitioned to in-ring performers. Notably while still interviewers, they also participated in {{Fanservice}} segments like pillow fights and costume contests.
* FCW had their own spin on this trope - Jenny Cash, the hot gossip columnist. She presented a 30-second 'Express News & Gossip' segment, while also proclaiming herself "FCW's most expensive Diva" and going on about how she was part of TheBeautifulElite.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Scarlet Lake in ''VideoGame/AlphaProtocol'' who's an accomplished photojournalist and [[RomanceSidequest potential love interest]] for Mike. Though she gets offended if you compliment her looks over her skills as a journalist. [[spoiler: [[TheMole She is really working]] as a [[HiredGuns contract killer]] for Halbech, even assassinating the President of Taiwan. ]]
%%* Jade from ''VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil'' is a freelance photographer who works for an underground newspaper trying to expose the corrupt military government running the planet Hillys.
%%* [[EveryoneLooksSexierIfFrench Nico Collard]] from the ''VideoGame/BrokenSword'' series.
* Rebecca Chang from ''VideoGame/DeadRising2''. Most of her introductory cutscenes consist of her waving her butt and tits in the hero's face while going on about GoingForTheBigScoop. This may or may not have multiple meanings.
%%* ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' has Eliza Cassan, though [[spoiler: she is actually an AI construct.]]
%%* Shoji from ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor''.
%%* Madison Paige from ''VideoGame/HeavyRain''. [[spoiler: Her scenes mostly consist of FanDisservice, like when she's nearly raped at gunpoint.]]
%%* Rochelle from ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2''.
* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** Maya Amano from ''VideoGame/Persona2'' is a journalist who is explicitly noted to be beautiful and popular with men. She's a potential love interest for protagonist Tatsuya Suou in ''Innocent Sin'', and ''Eternal Punishment'' reveals that [[spoiler:Tatsuya's brother Katsuya]] also has a crush on her.
** Reporter Ichiko Ohya from ''VideoGame/Persona5'' is a potential love interest for the protagonist.
%%* Ran Hibiki from the ''VideoGame/RivalSchools'' games.
%%* Jane Valderama from ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2''.
%%* Ulala and Pudding in ''SpaceChannel5''.
* Kate Lockwell in ''VideoGame/StarCraftII'', later promoted to lead anchor. Apparently the Crown Prince has a crush on her.
* Aya Shameimaru from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'', the cute one-girl newspaper reporting/writing/publishing Tengu of Gensokyo, as well as her newcomer rival Hatate.
* Elena Fisher from the ''VideoGame/{{Uncharted}}'' series, female lead and love interest for the main character Nathan.
%%* Ms. Ellet from ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'', combined with IntrepidReporter. Of course, there really aren't that many ugly characters in this game.
%%* Carley from ''VideoGame/TheWalkingDead''. It helps that she's [[CaptainErsatz suspiciously similar]] to the previously mentioned Rebecca Chang.
* Mika Huy from ''VideoGame/RealityOnTheNorm'', freelance as a paparazzi. In the third game featuring her (''I Spy III''), she wears nothing but a bikini throughout the entire game [[{{Fanservice}} for no reason whatsoever]].
%%* Rachel Priest from ''VideoGame/CriminalCase''.
%%* Piper Wright from ''VideoGame/{{Fallout4}}''

* Carol from ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive''. In her first story arc, she even complains about the short skirts required by her station's dress code.
* Parodied in ''Webcomic/{{Femmegasm}}'' with Fizzy [=McBeer=], whose interviewees are frequently [[DistractedByTheSexy distracted by]] her GagBoobs.
%%* The three female leads of ''Webcomic/{{LCD}}'' all qualify.
* ''Webcomic/BadMachinery'' has Erin Winters, who has already appeared in the predecessor comic ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'' as an awkward teenager and [[SheIsAllGrownUp is all grown up]] now. Jack describes her as being [[PrecociousCrush "sort of hot" and having "hot eyes"]].

[[folder:Western Animation]]
%%* Nellie Brie in ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail: The Mystery of the Night Monster''.
* An early ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode gave Meg a crush on the local anchor Tom Tucker.
%%* Grace Ryan from ''WesternAnimation/FriskyDingo''.
* Shandra Jimenez from ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', abeauty woman and reporter for a local news channel that seems far more professional than the Gravity Falls Gossiper.
%%* Get past the over-the-top 1980s fashions, and this trope definitely applies to Lyn-Z of WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}.
* Daisy Duck in ''WesternAnimation/QuackPack'' attracts attention from more would-be suitors than just Donald, leading to several episodes where Donald is actively competing for her affection with other characters.
%%* Ann Gora from ''WesternAnimation/SWATKats''.
* April O'Neil from the 80's ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' cartoon (pictured in the page image) has had Donatello, Michelangelo, Vernon, Rat King, and Shredder lusting after her at various times, DependingOnTheWriter.
* Blaineley from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' combines this trope with EvilIsSexy.
* On ''WesternAnimation/WordGirl,'' the title character has a crush on [[SchoolNewspaperNewshound Todd "Scoops" Ming]]. Of course, fifth-grade boys aren't exactly the norm for this trope.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Liberals and progressives like to joke the only qualifications needed to be female anchor on FOX News is that [[MsFanservice you have to be pretty]]...and nothing else.
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W0AsjSbJvmo Norah O'Donnell]] from ''CBS This Morning''.