Nothing beats the happiest place on earth! Jarret Stoll proposed to Erin Andrews at Disneyland, the hockey player revealed on Wednesday, December 14.
Stoll—in a surprising, new interview with his former team the L.A. Kings—revealed exactly where and when the magical moment took place. The athlete asked the Dancing With the Stars co-host to marry him inside Club 33, a private club in Disneyland’s New Orleans Square. The couple subsequently celebrated their engagement by watching the fireworks spectacular.
On Thursday, Andrews tweeted a photo from Stoll’s proposal—a snapshot of her leaning up and kissing her future husband while flaunting her dazzling diamond ring. “#TBT To last week’s magical evening at @Disneyland #Club33 @jarretstoll,” she shared.
Later that night, the Fox Sports sideline reporter hinted that she was engaged with a cryptic social media update. Andrews posted a screen grab of the weather in Wisconsin ahead of the Packers-Seahawks game, writing: “This weather at Lambeau is really going to put a damper on my ring game.”
The next morning, Andrews’ DWTS co-star and former dance partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, basically confirmed her engagement in an local Fox interview. “Maybe I’m breaking the news. I’m not sure,” the dancer joked. “She also kind of, maybe broke the news of us being pregnant, so maybe that’s returning the favor over here.”
On Monday, December 12, Andrews finally debuted her engagement ring while walking through LAX airport though she hesitated to share details.
The couple started dating in 2012, and dealt with a bump in the road in 2015 when Stoll was charged with cocaine possession in Las Vegas. He subsequently left the Kings and is currently a free agent.
“People make mistakes. I made a mistake and I don’t think that should portray who I am as a person, as a player, as a teammate, as a friend,” Stoll, 34, told the Kings in his new interview. “I know what kind of person I am, and everybody around me knows what kind of person I am. I showed for years what kind of person I am on the ice, off the ice, as part of this community and this organization, with everybody around me, and all my friends that know me. It was a sad way to leave the organization, but you learn from mistakes and adversity and you get better as a person.”