Personally, I thought Michelle did fine for her first time at this. She seemed more nervous on Friday than she did on Saturday. After all, this is her first experience at worlds in this capacity. I think she has improved leaps and bounds in her speech and will continue to get better with experience.
Isn't that what we say about skaters at their first or second worlds? I would imagine being on the camera live for the first time like that would be just as intimidating as being on the ice in front of a live audience ~ at least being on the ice is familiar territory for skaters ~ being in the broadcast booth, commentating or whatever isn't something that most athletes fall right into. It takes time. It also might have felt weird for her to critique the skaters ~ that, too, I believe comes with experience.
It was good to see Michelle again. I've missed her presence in the skating world and I hope that she becomes more involved in some capacity.