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Identity of gorgeous mystery woman spotted praying during Astros game revealed

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Identity Of Gorgeous Model Spotted Praying During Astros Game Revealed

The identity of the woman who became an internet sensation after she was filmed praying behind the home plate during a recent Houston Astros game has been revealed.

The Astros were taking on the Toronto Blue Jays at Minute Maid Park on Tuesday night when Terann Hilow, a model and devoted fan of all Houston sports, happened to be seated in the Diamond Club area right behind home plate.

Her orange Astros crop top and tiny denim shorts caught the attention of one cameramen, and the rest is history.

"Anyone else notice that girl behind home plate," tweeted one person.

"So did anyone else take in the girl sitting behind home plate at the Jays and Astros game??" another asked.

One viewer even ventured as far as to call her the "hottest thing in Texas."

Hilow spoke to Inside Edition about her new found fame.

"I knew we were sitting behind home plate. I didn't really think it was going to be that big of a deal," she said. "I am just a regular old Texas girl."

She also reacted to the attention on social media, sharing screenshots of her time on-air during the game with the caption,'I tried to distract the Blue Jays y'all.'

Unfortunately, her efforts were in vain -- the Astros still lost the game 2-1.

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