The term Rita Cosby can be assigned to any female who has a deep, throaty voice. The word itself is derived from Rita Cosby, a journalist, once on Fox News, has now moved over to MSNBC and has since then gotten her own show. Rita has an almost frighteningly deep voice that is more characteristic of a man in drag than a woman. Since getting her own show, her low-pitched voice has become one of her trademarks.
Mike:Yeah so what happened with that girl you went home with at the bar last night?
Jon:Well everything was going fine till I got her in my apartment and heard her talk. Shes a total Rita Cosby. I had to check her to see if she was sporting wood. Still boned her though...
Rita Cosby is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who served as anchor and senior correspondent for MSNBC until April 2007. She was the primary anchor of "MSNBC Investigates" and headed the “Rita Cosby Specials Unit.” Before that, she hosted MSNBC's “Rita Cosby: Live and Direct.” Cosby went to MSNBC from Fox News Channel.
During her career, Rita Cosby has interviewed important American politicians such as President Bill Clinton, and foreign figures including Palestinian President Yasser Arafat. This dynamic journalist has also sat down with Hollywood's hottest celebs from Michael Jackson to Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and many more.