Super Bowl LVII: Who is Erin Andrews' husband? Sports presenter found love during 2012 World Series
GLENDALE, ARIZONA: The time has finally come for the ultimate faceoff between Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs at the Super Bowl LVII. Before the two teams face off at the grand event, eight-time Grammy winner Chris Stapleton will grace the stadium by singing the national anthem, and pop-R&B singer Babyface will sing 'America the Beautiful.'
While this is the third time in four years that the Chiefs, led by superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes, will be making a mark at the megaevent, the Eagles will be desperate to bring home a second Super Bowl trophy. The Eagles were undefeated till Week 10 this season when they lost to the Washington Commanders 32-21. Apart from the performers and athletes, the show would be completed by the presence of some of the sportscasters in the country, including the gorgeous Erin Andrews. As fans await the start of the finals, here's a look at Andrews' husband, Jarret Stoll.
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Who is Jarret Stoll?
Erin Andrews discovered love while at work. During the 2012 World Series, she first met Jarett Stoll, a retired NHL hockey player who would become her husband. Stoll sneaked into the dugout where Andrews was reporting from with the intention of meeting her. Eventually, they had dinner together and become romantically involved. After calling off his engagement with model and actor Rachel Hunter, Jarret Stoll began a relationship with Erin Andrews in 2012. On December 9, 2016, it was announced that the two were engaged. Erin and Jarret got married on June 24, 2017, as per a report by People.
Born June 24, 1982, Jarret Lee Stoll is a former professional ice hockey player and is currently part of the player development department for the Los Angeles Kings. Stoll started his Western Hockey League (WHL) career at the end of the 1997–98 season with the Ice, which was later renamed the Kootenay Ice. In the 2002-2003 season, Stoll entered the Oilers system and also joined the American Hockey League (AHL). In the 2004-05 lockout season of the AHL, Stoll played with the Edmonton Roadrunners. He joined the Los Angeles Kings in 2008 and won his first Stanley Cup with the team on June 11, 2012. Stoll won his second Stanley Cup with the Kings on June 13, 2014.
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Apart from her successful career as a sportscaster, Andrews is also known for her charitable endeavors. In 2010, she helped the Kraft Foods Huddle to Fight Hunger campaign to raise $2.86 million for Feeding America as their spokesperson. She also launched the Girls Night Out national campaign with StubHub in 2011.
In the 2014 NFL season, Andrews has named the new face of CoverGirl. After a brief stint as a freelancer with Fox Sports, Andrews began working for ESPN in 2004. She left ESPN to join Fox Sports in 2012, and was the first host of Fox College Football's studio show, alongside analysts Eddie George and Joey Harrington.