Charlotte TV Weather Reporter Is BLOWING UP . . . For Her AMAZING PROPORTIONS!!

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Michelle Rotella is the Weekend Meteorologist for WCCB, Charlotte’s CW. But she's been gaining a pretty big follower - from fans not just in Charlotte. And not just for her weather predictions.

You see, Michelle - who is of Italian descent - has some very unusual proportions. Especially for a non-Black woman. And from what MTO News can surmise - it appears that her propositions are NATURAL TOO.

As you can imagine, once pictures and videos of her got out - her fan base grew substantially.

But Michalle isn't just a pretty face with a booty. She got her associate’s degree in Arts and Sciences at eighteen, and an undergraduate degree at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.

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According to Michelle's website, here's how she describes herself:

I was born October 8th, 1987, in Gaithersburg, Maryland. My earliest years were spent playing with my friends who attended my mom’s home daycare and family weekends taking our boat out along the MD shores to catch the best crabs on the planet! At about age 11 my parents divorced and I began a new life-journey growing up as part of a large blended family. I have two older brothers and gained three step brothers and two step sisters after both of my parents remarried. Growing up with a large family is something I would never take back. There was always laughter, drama, and of course lots of love.

I transferred in the fall of 2006 to Florida State University, in Tallahassee, Florida. This is where and when I began my journey to become a meteorologist. Since I was a little girl weather has always fascinated me. Watching The Weather Channel with my mother or standing outside with my brothers and watching storms roll by, I became infatuated –and curious- with the science of it all, and had to understand why certain things happened the way they did. In spring 2009 I graduated with a B.S. in Meteorology and a minor in math from FSU. I have to say that was one of my proudest moments and best days of my life.