Joy Taylor’s See-Through Top At Beyonce Concert Sets Instagram On Fire

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Joy Taylor might both literally and figuratively be the hottest thing going in sports media today.

The Fox Sports 1 personality has been all over the place both on and off television recently, and only just returned from a trip to a Greece where she posted several viral photos to her Instagram account.

But lest you think she’d slow down and relax following the trip, don’t worry.

Taylor instead kept her incredible lifestyle going on Friday night, heading to SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles to see the first of three Beyonce concerts at the venue this weekend.

But it was Taylor’s outfit, not Beyonce, which stole the show.

The 36-year-old lit up Instagram with a picture of herself at the show wearing a see-through top. Within hours, the post had thousands of likes and hundreds of comments.

Taylor, who is the sister of Pro Football Hall of Famer Jason Taylor, currently serves as the host of the FS1 afternoon debate show Speak For Yourself alongside Emmanuel Acho and LeSean McCoy. Prior to that, Taylor co-hosted The Herd with Colin Cowherd from 2018 to 2022 and moderated Undisputed with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe.

She spoke fondly of her time with Bayless and Sharpe in a recent interview with Stefan Bondy for the Online Sports Database.

The idea, at least when I was on the show, that there were heightened conversations, obviously, that get very passionate, but that was what the moderator was there for. In part to move the conversation along and make sure that we hit commercial breaks so that we can pay the bills, it’s moving around big personalities,” Taylor stated. “And I’m a big personality myself. So, I can respect where people are coming from when they have a strong opinion and when they want to be heard. And I had a great experience working with Skip and Shannon. And it was a great experience for me in live television.”

One thing is for certain. And that’s that Taylor is an absolute star in her own right. It may not be long before she surpasses both Sharpe and Bayless in popularity.