Hannah Storm, one of ESPN's morning anchors, returned to work Tuesday, three weeks after a serious burn accident, by helping host coverage of the Rose Parade in Pasadena.
Storm was burned when a propane barbecue she was using at her home in Connecticut sent a wall of fire toward her after she tried to relight the burner.
"It was like you see in a movie, it happened in a split-second," she said. "A neighbor said he thought a tree had fallen through the roof, it was that loud. It blew the doors off the grill."
Storm, whose left hand is still bandaged, said she will be nervous during the parade coverage.
"I'm a little nervous about things I used to take for granted," said Storm, who mentioned viewers might notice a difference in her hair texture since she'll be wearing extensions. "Little things like putting on makeup and even turning pages on my script."