Who is dating erin andrews
” The blonde beauty says of the New York Rangers hockey player, “If I’m not cheering him on at Madison Square Garden, we’re going out to dinner or calling Seamless.
Sending hugs and condolences,” Tom tweeted on Sept. He also revealed that Erin will also miss Tuesday’s show, but someone will be filling in for her.
host Erin Andrews has moved in with Jarret Stoll, 33, her boyfriend of three years.
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"Dancing With The Stars" co-host and Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews has a busy life, but always makes time for her hunky hockey player boyfriend. Backstage after part one of the "DWTS" finale Monday, Andrews told reporters she and New York Rangers star Jarret Stoll "love to do comfy cozy dinners in New York.
"We love going out to eat and that's our word, 'comfy cozy.' We like to find a good comfy cozy spot with candles, just to see each other. " Andrews said that when she has a rare night off, she's either at Madison Square Garden "cheering on my boyfriend or we are going out to a lovely dinner in New York City or calling Seamless or Door Dash [for takeout]." When asked by FOX411 if they will get married, Andrews said, "I don't know," then joked, "Do you know something I don't? I have no idea." Andrews recently told "Redbook" magazine she wasn't sure what the future holds for them but hopes to have a family.
"You know how much they train and you think about their families.
“So I texted the boys, said, ‘Sorry boys, not coming in today,’” Stoll said with a laugh Thursday morning at Xcel Energy Center.
When Tony Romo goes down-- I love his wife, Tony's so good to us--when he said, 'I broke my collarbone,' it's just, [grimacing] 'God, it's Week 2,'" Andrews said.
“You play against guys that have gotten traded, or waivers, whatever, you do play against your former teammates, if you’re lucky enough to stay in the same organization.
But this close, first game, within three days of being on the New York Rangers, so that’s going to be a little weird, a little different.
As part of his community service, Stoll created a hockey program for at-risk kids.
In August, Stoll joined the New York Rangers spending seven years with the Los Angeles Kings.