Laura Woods works as a presenter for the sky sports network and Talksport, as a prominent TV personality from England.
Woods career profession started in 2009, as a runner at Sky Sports after graduating from university. She worked her way up to editing assistant, then into production as an assistant producer, associate, and producer.
Woods started reporting for the NFL and later joined the Soccer AM online presenting team, which included a trip to France for Euro 2016, where she aired live on Facebook every day.
Laura Woods was doing her regular job, as she was presenting a talkSport program, and her mannerism made people think she has being on drugs.
As part of the lineup, Woods was joined by Jamie O’Hara and Trevor Sinclair, and during the show, Woods stepped out of view to hide a yawn.
Laura was forced to quiet Twitter users who questioned what happened last week when she briefly disappeared from view while delivering the talkSPORT breakfast show.
On the other hand, Twitter did what Twitter did best and created a whole spectacle out of something that wasn’t even that big of an issue.
Many sought to make light of the situation by accusing Woods of doping while on broadcast, with some tweets saying that he had “sniffed a line.”
When the accusation got to it’s peak, Laura Woods immediately debunked all the allegations of her being on cocaine as soon as she found out about them.
As she started and made it clear to her fans about the incident and even seemed pissed off when she found out people spread fake rumors of her talking drugs during the show.
She even responded by quoting “Bloody Hell,” which shows that she did not like the accusations at all, and it got on her nerves.
She stated loud and clear about yawning at that moment and called the people “absolute donuts.” She was very straightforward with her response as she said it was a live-streamed breakfast show.
Laura Woods has not gone anywhere as she bravely defended her allegations with facts, as she was forced to answer and clarify that it was nothing more than an average yawn to halt absolutely ridiculous rumors.
Woods is also a regular contributor to Sky Sports, where he can be seen working on Premier League games and darts coverage.
She is also a member of DAZN’s boxing coverage, and she was recently named to present ITV’s coverage of the England women’s squad.