Could you really get mad at Nadia Bjorlin? The intel on Nadia is that she was second runner-up for Miss Florida Teen USA and then became a cast member on Days of Our Lives in 1999. As soon as I look at that picture, I think “I’m sorry, baby. I didn’t mean it.” Well, the goons in Boston don’t follow that logic. Apparently, she can also sing because she’s handled God Bless America duties at a Dodgers game and more recently sang the National Anthem at a Red Sox game. That’s when Sox fans took the opportunity to boo the Iranian and Swedish beauty after she started listening to herself on the PA and flubbed some of the lyrics. I guess Boston fans didn’t realize that she also got in a car accident on the way to the game. And oh yeah, she’s drop dead gorgeous. In any case, Nadia was back to her day job this weekend and was at the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Below are the pictures of her walking the red carpet at the Emmys and after the jump there is a deliciously extensive collection of Nadia Bjorlin pictures.
Via Boston Globe:
“Days of Our Lives’’ actress Nadia Bjorlin had a rough time of it in Boston over the weekend. The Newport, R.I., native, who was in town with some costars for a Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation fund-raiser, told us yesterday that her visit to the Hub started with a car accident that almost caused her some serious harm. “We went flying,’’ she said, adding that had it not been for a castmate who held her back, she might have been window-bound. For the record, Bjorlin was not driving (the cast was driven around in a town car). The accident happened on Bjorlin’s way to Fenway Park, where she had been booked Friday to sing the national anthem before the Red Sox-Yankees game. Shortly after she started the song, Bjorlin messed up the lyrics, causing some fans to boo. She blames the sound delay. “I made the mistake of listening to myself. Then my mind went blank,’’ she said. In the end, Bjorlin recovered the performance and fans cheered her on as she finished “The Star-Spangled Banner.’’ Bjorlin said her hosts in Boston asked her to return again. “I said, ‘for a re-do?’ ’’