Also while growing up, she attended Brandon School of Dance Arts in Seffner, Florida.
In high school, Andrews claimed that, as a tomboy, she did not have a lot of female friends, opting to hang out with the boys, finding it more enjoyable to discuss sports with them.
In 2000, Andrews was employed by Fox Sports Florida as a freelance reporter.
From 2001 to 2002, she served as a Tampa Bay Lightning reporter for the Sunshine Network.
Andrews was reported to have disclosed the incident to a number of people, but chose not to pursue the matter with ESPN's HR department because she was still shaken by public disclosure of her stalking experiences.
Andrews hosted the first hour of ESPN's College Game Day on ESPNU, and had been a Good Morning America correspondent on ABC since 2010, though she had not appeared on the show since covering the Oscars in February 2011.s studio show with Eddie George and Joey Harrington joining her as analysts.
"Maks was like, 'You are the only person I know that cares about this.' He's been adorable." Who are you rooting for on Dancing with the Stars? We can understand that, but there are other good candidates too.
Chmerkovskiy says that he and the ESPN sportscaster are "maybe" dating. "When Kentucky was upset, [Maks] texted me about it," the ESPN reporter said of having to miss some of the NCAA tournament for rehearsal.From 2002 to 2004, Andrews covered the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Thrashers, and Atlanta Hawks for the Turner South network as a studio host and reporter.Andrews began working for ESPN in April 2004 as a reporter for ESPN National Hockey Night.Due to the conflict of interest, ESPN announced revised endorsement guidelines for its journalists that required Andrews to end her endorsement deal with Reebok by the end of 2011.In November 2011, former ESPN executive Keith Clinkscales filed suit against an erstwhile colleague named Joan Lynch, claiming that Lynch had falsely alleged that Clinkscales had masturbated while sitting next to Andrews on an airplane flight earlier that year.In October 2011, Erin Andrews teamed up with Stub Hub, the world’s largest online ticket marketplace, to launch a new national campaign called Girls Night Out.