“Being a woman in a male-dominated industry, you are so afraid of people thinking you are weak.”
“I'm somebody that has a very big competitive edge and a chip on my shoulder.”
“Despite what I do for a living, I am very insecure about my body.”
Erin Andrews (born Erin Jill Andrews on May 4, 1978 in Lewiston, Maine) is an American sportscaster and TV personality. After college, she began her career as a freelance reporter for Fox Sports Florida, and eventually landed a job at ESPN in 2004. She started on ESPN National Hockey Night, then became a sideline reporter for ESPN College Football Saturday Primetime, as well as at Big Ten college basketball games. Beginning in 2010, Erin hosted the first hour of ESPN’s College GameDay until she left the network in June 2012 to work for Fox Sports, where she took on many roles, including reporting for Fox College Football’s studio show, Fox NFL Sunday, and field reporting for major events, like the World Series. In 2014, she began co-hosting Dancing With The Stars and became the new sideline reporter for Fox’s lead NFL broadcasting crew.
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Erin is best known for her job as a reporter for ESPN and Fox Sports.
Erin has been dating professional hockey player Jarret Stoll since December 2012, and they got engaged in Dec. 2016. In Jan. 2017, Erin revealed that she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in Sept. 2016 and underwent two procedures in Oct. and Nov. before doctors cleared her.