LOS ANGELES – "Dancing With The Stars" co-host and Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews has a busy life, but always makes time for her hunky hockey player boyfriend.
And it's usually over romantic dinners!
Backstage after part one of the "DWTS" finale Monday, Andrews told reporters she and New York Rangers star Jarret Stoll "love to do comfy cozy dinners in New York.
"We love going out to eat and that's our word, 'comfy cozy.' We like to find a good comfy cozy spot with candles, just to see each other. Because we don't get to really see each other 'cause he's in the middle of his season and, as I remind him all the time, 'Babe, I have two jobs. You just have one.' "
Andrews said that recently, "We signed a lease on a new apartment and we went to go celebrate at Shake Shack. Very romantic. We loved it. Vanilla milk shake!"
Andrews said that when she has a rare night off, she's either at Madison Square Garden "cheering on my boyfriend or we are going out to a lovely dinner in New York City or calling Seamless or DoorDash [for takeout]."
When asked by FOX411 if they will get married, Andrews said, "I don't know," then joked, "Do you know something I don't? Breaking news. I have no idea."
Andrews recently told "Redbook" magazine she wasn't sure what the future holds for them but hopes to have a family.
What is certain is that the TV interviewer, 37, and NHL player, 33, have been together through good times and bad. After Stoll was arrested for alleged drug possession in April, he avoided jail time by pleading a felony cocaine possession charge down to two misdemeanors. As part of his community service, Stoll created a hockey program for at-risk kids.
In August, Stoll joined the New York Rangers spending seven years with the Los Angeles Kings.
Meanwhile, as FOX411 previously reported, Andrews is still dealing with having been the victim of a bizarre peephole stalker. She is asking Marriott International and several other defendants to cough up millions after she was secretly videotaped in the nude in her Tennessee hotel room in 2008, according to court records obtained by The Smoking Gun.
On Monday, Andrews, who has interviewed oodles of athletes at NFL games and during baseball's playoffs and Word Series, admitted their struggles often make her emotional.
"You get to know athletes really well when you cover them a lot, sometimes even get to know their families," she told reporters at "DWTS."
"My boyfriend works really hard when he trains. I get kind of sentimental and a little misty when a guy's out, when he gets injured. When Tony Romo goes down-- I love his wife, Tony's so good to us--when he said, 'I broke my collarbone,' it's just, [grimacing] 'God, it's Week 2,'" Andrews said. "You know how much they train and you think about their families. That's very difficult."