Erin Andrews tied the knot on Saturday with her longtime boyfriend Jarret Stoll. But the Dancing with the Stars co-host and frequent sports sideline reporter and her hockey player suffered a lot before getting to "I do." Click on Radar's gallery to see Andrews and Stoll's secrets and scandals.
Andrews' spokesperson confirmed to PEOPLE that she and Stoll were married in Montana on Saturday at a sunset ceremony.
According to PEOPLE, Andrews and Stoll recited their wedding vows in front of a small group of friends and family and then everyone celebrated at a reception. Celebrity wedding planner Yifat Oren designed the ceremony and the TV hostess looked stunning in a Carolina Herrera gown.
As Radar readers know, Andrews battled cervical cancer last year. But the statuesque, brave beauty is now a survivor. She underwent surgery almost immediately, under the advisement of her doctor, and managed to keep working through the trying time.
Stoll, 34, tried to convince the 38-year-old DWTS co-host to slow down last year during her health crisis. Plucky Andrews said she told the hockey star, "You wouldn't miss a game. You'd play through any injury, do whatever it takes to get back out there. That's going to be me."
Fans were shocked when news broke that a stalker had victimized Andrews in 2008, secretly recording footage of her naked through her hotel room peephole. Andrews was awarded a whopping $55 million in her court verdict against Marriott Hotels over the incident, as Radar has reported.
When Andrews and Stoll were dating, he suffered a scandal. In the summer of 2015, he was reportedly arrested for possession of cocaine and ecstasy at a hotel in Las Vegas. Stoll pleaded guilty to two reduced misdemeanors in the case in June 2015, according to USA Today.
Before romancing Andrews, Stoll was engaged to model Rachel Hunter. But in a shocker, his wedding to Hunter was abruptly called off in 2009. Three years later, he started dating sportscaster Andrews. They got engaged in December and got married on June 25!
Andrews recently talked about her nude video lawsuit on Jimmy Kimmel Live, saying about the emotional trial, in which she cried on the stand, "I want to thank everybody. There were so many people who actually reached out. They were so supportive." And no one has been more her rock than her new hubby Stoll!
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