Erin Andrews: FAQs About Most Googled NBA Reporter!

Erin Andrews

American sports journalist Erin Andrews is the true definition of “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”. She followed her Emmy Award-winning father’s six steps to becoming a reporter, she chose to make her voice heard as a journalist, which her dad mastered. Growing up, Erin Andrews was a tomboy and was sporty. Most uncommon among women on a global scale, she loved watching NBA games and ended up becoming a huge fan of the Boston Celtics. Additionally, female commentators such as Suzy Kolber, Hannah Storm, Lesley Visser, and Melissa Stark played a significant role in inspiring her decision to get into sports broadcasting which some might say was her calling. The sports personality also became famous after she hosted the ABC show Dancing with the Stars beginning in 2014. With this being said, let’s get into the most googled questions about Erin Andrews.

Erin Andrews: Most Googled Things About The Sportscaster! 

Who is Erin Andrews? 

  • American journalist, 
  • Sports commentator, 
  • Fashion model and, 
  • Actress

American sports journalist and presenter Erin Andrews is famous as a TV personality, host, and sports commentator, but there is more to her than meets the eye. The American sportscaster and reporter was born on May 4, 1978 in Lewiston, Maine. Her mother Paula Andrews is a teacher while her father Steven Andrews is a well decorated television journalist.

Erin’s early education was acquired from Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Florida. She was very active in school as she participated in the dance team and student government, and the National Honor Society. Erin also studied at the Brandon School of Dance Arts in Seffner, Florida. Despite her involvement in the dance and other activities at school, Erin liked hanging out with classmates to talk about sports instead of making friends.

After high school, Erin took her education to the next level and earned a BA in Telecommunications from the University of Florida in 2000, following which Fox Sports Florida gave her a job as a freelance journalist. 

Between 2001 to 2004, she worked with the Sunshine Network and Turner South as a studio anchor and reporter, covering the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Thrashers, and Atlanta Hawks.

In April 2004, Erin landed one of her biggest jobs so far at ESPN, reporting on the network’s National Night of Hockey. In 2012, Erin shifted from ESPN to Fox Sports and claimed the title of the first host of the Fox College Football studio show. She later replaced Pam Oliver as the sideline reporter on the channel’s NFL broadcast.

Erin would also replace Brooke Burke-Charvet and subsequently Andrews participated in the Super Bowl XLVIII commentary on February 2, 2014.

The American sports journalist and television personality also became a host of the Good Morning America program on the American Broadcasting Company. In addition to winning Dancing with the Stars on ABC, she would go on to become a co-host of the television dance show, four years after winning. Erin Andrews along with her dance partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy were among the contestants on the tenth season who came in third place. 

What is Erin Andrews salary and net worth?

Although she has yet to receive an award, Erin Andrews is one of the hard working women in her field and has an impressive net worth to prove it. The many years of dedication and full use of her talents have amassed Erin a net worth of between $20-$30 million. She takes home a salary of $2 million annually. Let’s look at how she amassed her wealth:

Journalism and influence: 

As a sportscaster, Andrews’ hard work paid off when ESPN offered her a spot as a reporter for ESPN’s National Night of Hockey. Starting in April 2004, the young reporter covered the College World Series, Little League World Series, and even the Big Outdoor Game.

Following Erin Andrews’s contribution to the network in 2005, her work expanded to cover ESPN College Football Thursday primetime and Major League Baseball. From 2008 to 2010, Erin reported on ESPN and ABC live coverage of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

In addition to covering the news as a reporter, the now 44-year-old blonde bombshell has also appeared on various talk shows such as The Oprah Winfrey Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Sponsorship, ads, and charitable work:

In October 2016, Andrews became an ambassador for Orangetheory Fitness.

6 years before that, Andrews became a spokesperson for the Kraft Foods Huddle to Fight Hunger campaign in 2010, which aimed to raise $2.86 million for Feeding America.

The next year Erin Andrews partnered with StubHub, the world’s largest online ticket marketplace, to launch a new national campaign called Girls Night Out in October 2011. This campaign encourages women to celebrate and take pride in their love of sports with the chance to win tickets to attend a match of their choice with their friends. A chunk of ticket sales from specific events was to be donated to the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors. In a quote given by Andrews to Entertainment Business Weekly, she describes her affiliation with Girls Night Out as “a great way for women to show their team spirit this fall, I chose to work with StubHub on this because I know firsthand that many Women are just as big a fan of going to games as men, and what better way to show that than to be in a stadium with your friends and support such a great cause as well.”

Erin co-hosted the Music Builds: CMT Disaster Relief Concert on CMT to raise money for the American Red Cross in response to the tornadoes in Oklahoma in May 2013. 

At the start of the National Football League season, Andrews’s name was touted as the new face of Covergirl and partnered with the cosmetics company for the new #Gameface contest, which encourages women to upload their imaginative images to Instagram, Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #Gameface in addition to tagging @Covergirl. Each week, winners were chosen by Andrews and the winner would be entered to win a pair of tickets to the 2015 Super Bowl. 

In relation to her involvement with Covergirl Andrews discussed the reason she joined the cosmetics company stating: “to the fans Girls are not paid attention to, but there are so many football and sports fans who are looking to be pretty. It’s time for a beauty brand to get it”.

Does Erin Andrews have a boyfriend or husband?

The impressive sports commentator is taken. Since 2017 FOX sportswriter Erin Andrews has been married to Jarret Stoll, who played for 10 seasons in the NHL. 

She and her pro hockey player, Jarrett Stoll, started dating in December 2012. The two sporty love birds looked cute together and their relationship blossomed to the next level when they got engaged in December 2016 and fast-forward to June 24, 2017, they  finally tied the knot in marriage. The adorable couple do not have children yet, but live with their golden retriever named Howard.

In early 2017 before her wedding, Erin revealed that she had been diagnosed with cervical cancer in September 2016. According to the sports commentator, she received proper treatment and two surgeries later, doctors declared her cancer-free. While Erin and her husband weren’t in a hurry to get married and have children before her battle with cancer, the announcement did cause some changes to their plans for the future.

According to online sources, Erin seems to be taking advantage of a fertility plan for in vitro fertilization (IVF) in case the cancer comes back. Apparently, they want to have children of their own while they still have the chance, which was stated back in 2018. 

Prior to marrying her husband, Erin used to be in a relationship with Chace Crawford back in 2012. The American actor, who was also seven years Andrews’ junior, broke up the relationship and then Erin dated Josh Hopkins, Aaron Rodgers, and David Wright. Most of the personalities she dated were athletes or actors by profession.

What is Erin Andrews’ height and body measurements?

Voted “America’s Sexiest Sportscaster” two years in a row (2007 and 2008) by Playboy magazine, Erin Andrews stands out from the pack with her stunning looks and fit body. The American sportscaster is  5ft 10in (178cm) tall and follows a strict diet and exercise regimen to stay in shape. According to online sources, she has a perfect weight of 65kg. Her other body measurements are 36-23-3.

Not only that, but Erin Andrews visits barre’s Los Angeles studio, Physics 57, to maintain her sexy figure.

What network does Erin Andrews work for?

Erin Andrews recently left ESPN for Fox Sports, where she will host a 30-minute pregame college football show, in addition to other assignments. This move barely registered with most college football fans, who care about the product, not the presenters, but it was treated as a headline by the sports media.

From 2012 onwards, Andrews made the jump from ESPN to Fox Sports. As a reporter for Fox, the station covers nearly every major sporting event on the network. Andrews started out as a co-host of Fox College Football but has since expanded her role.

Erin began her career at Fox Sports-Florida as a freelance reporter. She joined ESPN Deportes in May 2004 as a reporter covering the National Hockey League and eventually transitioned to college football and basketball.

Is Erin Andrews sick?

Sports presenter Erin Andrews has revealed that she was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2016, and returned to work just days after undergoing surgery to treat the condition.

She kept the news under wraps because she worried it would affect her career and didn’t want everyone to talk about it. In September 2016, Erin Andrews was hitting her stride as a dual-feature TV personality.

Is Erin Andrews pregnant?

Erin Andrews is ready to add players to her team (but this time it’s the family). The Fox Sports host, who is married to former NHL player Jarrett Stoll, opened up about wanting children on the latest episode of “Renaissance Man” with Jalen Rose. 

Despite being together for a long time, Erin and Jarrett have no children instead they share a golden retriever named Howard. 

What is Erin Andrews’s age?

Erin Andrews has been in the sports reporting industry for two decades, which is a real surprise considering Andrews is only 44 years old. The blonde-haired famous American television journalist was born on May 4, 1978, which means that she is in her mid 40s. 

Where did Erin Andrews go to college?

She graduated from the University of Florida in 2000 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in telecommunications. Prior to that, she graduated from Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Florida.

While in college, Erin was a member of the sorority women’s Zeta Tau Alpha, and the Florida Gators Dazzlers dance team from 1997 to 2000. Her younger sister Kendra Andrews is currently a professional dancer and actress. 

What awards or accolades have Erin Andrews won?

In 2010, Erin participated in the tenth season of the show “Dancing with the Stars” in tandem with Russian dancer Maxim Chmerkovskiy and took 3rd place.

In 2007 and 2008, she was named “America’s Sexiest Sports Journalist” by Playboy magazine.

in the Hot 100 list according to Maxim magazine Erin she took 58th place in 2010, and in 2011 – 91st place.

In 2013, she was nominated for the Teen Choice Awards in the Choice TV Personality: Female category.

Ranked #83 on AskMen’s 99 Most Desirable Women of 2015 list.

What happened in the infamous $75 million dollar lawsuit?

In 2009, Erin had her privacy violated, when photos and a video were published where she appears naked in a hotel room. The images were taken through a kind of peephole, without Erin’s permission. “Dad, I’m naked all over the Internet,” she frantically screamed during a phone call with her father and said it was an “”an out of body experience.” 

Michael David Barrett, the man who filmed the nakedness of the American reporter ESPN was arrested at the Chicago airport and appeared in federal court. According to FBI officials, he is accused of having “spied on” Erin to obtain the images. He then allegedly tried to sell the videos to the TMZ website and to have the images published on the internet, but an employee of the site reported the case to Andrews’ lawyers, which started the investigation.

FBI agents explained that 7 of 8 videos posted on the web were filmed with a cell phone camera, through a modified peephole, while Erin was alone and naked in hotel rooms in Nashville, Tennessee, in September 2008. According to investigators’ reports, she was unable to identify the eighth video.

The accused named Barrett knew where she was staying and got a room next to hers. When she found out he had done this multiple times, she said: “Nobody ever called me,” she said. “Nobody ever told me when I checked in that he asked to be put next to me.” 

Later in her testimony, Andrews added: “I am so angry. This could have been stopped.”

According to the reporter’s lawyers, she suffered psychologically from the case, was threatened and also feared that “even more intimate” images would become public.

In March 2010, Barrett was sentenced by the Los Angeles federal judge and ordered to pay Andrews $7,366 in restitution.

“It’s always there. It’s always on my back,” she told the court during her trial 

At another point, Andrews tearfully reflected by stating:  “I wanted to be the girl next door who loved sports, and now I’m the girl with a hotel scandal… It’s on the internet now… It’s going to be on the Internet until I die.”

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