Beloved 'DWTS' host reveals baby plans shortly after serious struggle with deadly cancer

The 39-year-old Dancing With The Stars host, Erin Andrews, was also a reporter for Fox NFL. She was diagnosed with cervical cancer. 

On March 6, 2018, Andrews said on Good Morning America that winning the battle against cancer was a milestone in her life. She was diagnosed in 2016. 

As reported by Entertainment Daily, the cervical cancer hadn't progressed far, and she was able to undergo surgery successfully. 

Because the cancer was caught in time, she was treated early enough to avoid having a hysterectomy and admitted that she is ready to start a family now. 

“I didn't have to have a hysterectomy and so, breaking it down for men, I'm fully capable of having a baby, but that's because I went and got tested and because we were able to treat it early."

Erin Andrews, Entertainment Daily, March 13, 2018. 

Andrews is married to the hockey player, Jarret Stoll. They started dating in 2012 and walked down the aisle on June 24, 2017. 

Both she and her husband are now ready to start a family, and Andrews jokes that they 'have babies on the brain.' She also dmits that they'll need to scale down their busy schedules. 

Andrews started her career in 2000 when she was employed by Fox Sports Florida as a freelance reporter. Later, she signed a contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning for the Sunshine Network. 

From 2004 until 2012 she worked for ESPN and is known for reporting for the College World Series, as well as the Little League World Series. 

Andrews joined the cast of Dancing With The Stars during its 18th season when she replaced Brooke Burke-Charvet as the co-host in 2014.

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