Look out, world! Mallory Edens, the 18-year-old daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wesley Edens, gained more than 30,000 Twitter followers after her limited TV time during the airing of this year’s NBA Draft Lottery!
The annual NBA Draft Lottery, which determines the draft order for all of the basketball teams in the league, was aired on May 20, and one representative stole the show. Her name is Mallory Edens but she’s now known as the gorgeous 18-year-old Internet sensation who nearly broke Twitter during the NBA Draft Lottery. The youngest daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wesley Edens had the opportunity to pick the lottery draft number for next season’s roster. And as soon as the camera panned over to Mallory, viewers instantly took to Twitter to find out more about the stunning sports fan.
Mallory Edens On NBA Draft Lottery Show: Bucks’ Owner’s Daughter Breaks Twitter
The young beauty represented the organization at the annual event and saw her Twitter account go from 249 followers to more than 25,000 by midnight PT. She was also the top trending term on the social media site. Mallory now sits upon the throne of almost 30,000 followers.
We have to agree that Mallory was the MVP last night, because all we could focus on was the gorgeous young girl who graced the air with her presence!
Did we mention she still hasn’t graduated high school yet? All of this national attention is going to make study hall seem pretty boring by comparison!
Tough Break For The Bucks
Though the Milwaukee Bucks finished with a league-worst 15-67 record this past season, it looks like their luck may be turning around, and they can thank Mallory for that. Though they had to settle for the number two pick, it was clear that the Bucks’ leading lady was Twitter’s number one.
“I was really nervous but really happy to get the second pick,” Mallory told JSOnline.com. “I was extremely nervous, but it was really fun.”
Mallory, our advice is to just sit back and enjoy this instant fame, girl!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers, would you like to see more of Mallory in the media now? Let us know!
— Brittany King