I actually think, based on her critical analyses, Jenny Kirk would be a great addition to the Eurosport team. Why? She's shown that she's capable of not having favourites and giving credit to the skaters to deserve it. However, in saying that, she still tends to be snarky. I don't mind as much, but the beauty of the Eurosport team is that because Britain hasn't had much success in the way of actual figure skating athletes- they manage to remain on point at all times. Kirk's tendencies to deviate too much would be too distracting.
I actually like the line up as it is. It would make a difference to have a lady commentator but I don't think by much. Chris and Simon (or Nicky) all know what they are talking about and I LOVE that they say exactly what is on the audience's minds. To have a female perspective during ladies' events would be great, especially in putting into perspective the realities of difficult elements and such for women compared to the men's- but the current line up does that anyway. I am a Mao fan and what I love from Eurosport is that whenever Mao lands a triple axel- they always point out the fact that it is a difficult element and that it should always be worth more than a 3-3 because of that fact. Unlike their brassy and quite frankly, abrasive counterpart in Scott Hamilton whose blatant favouritism does nothing for his job or the way he comes off. I'm not trying to turn this into one of THOSE threads, but what I'm saying is that they recognise the realities of the sport. Likewise, see their commentary of Chan's 2013 win.