Up until Saturday, June 24, there were seven engaged people on "Dancing with the Stars." One of them was Erin Andrews. The 39-year-old co-host is now Mrs. Jarret Stoll. The couple was married after dating for more than four years. The professional hockey player proposed last December at Disneyland when they went to see the Christmas decorations. After a romantic dinner at Disneyland's exclusive members-only Club 33, Stoll proposed and Andrews said she cried like a baby.

The wedding

After a very short engagement, Erin and Jarret said their vows in front of a small crowd of family and friends in a romantic sunset wedding in Montana. Their wedding day was also Jarret's 35th birthday. Usually, it's the bride who goes all out for a wedding, but Erin called Jarret the bridezilla when it came to their wedding plans. She said she would be out broadcasting a sporting event for Fox and she would get a picture that Jarret had found on Pinterest. She joked and said at the time she just wanted to get through the broadcast.

Stoll's support

Erin credits Jarret for helping her deal with cervical cancer last September even before they became engaged. It was at that time that her oncologist recommended that she freezes her eggs. The Fox Sports commentator said their relationship was strengthened because of his support during that critical time in her life. Erin calls Jarret her soulmate.

He was also there for her when she went through the terrible ordeal of a trial after she was filmed in her hotel room through peepholes at the Marriott in Nashville, Tennessee in 2008.

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Andrews sued the Nashville Marriott and Michael David Barrett for $75 million. She won her case, and on March 7, 2016, after a two-week grueling trial, the jury awarded Andrews $55 million.

No longer engaged

Erin moves to the married list and from the engaged list of celebrities on "Dancing With The Stars." She was one of seven people who were engaged. However, Erin had the shortest engagement. Judge Carrie Ann Inaba has been engaged to actor Robb Derringer since December 2016, but no wedding date has been set.

Judge Julianne Hough has been engaged to NHL hockey player Brook Laich since August 2015. They are getting married on July 8, 2017. That's the same date professional dancers Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy has set for their wedding. They got engaged in December 2015. Professional dancers Emma Slater and Sasha Farber became engaged in October 2016. They have not set a wedding date.

With the marriage of Erin on Saturday, that leaves six engaged people on ABC's popular dance competition show.

On July 8, three engaged people will tie the knot. That will leave only Inaba, Slater and Farber to marry. By that time, more people from the "DWTS" family might become engaged.

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