Sportscaster Erin Andrews and former NHL player Jarret Stoll have tied the knot.
Publicists for Andrews confirm that the 39-year-old Fox Sports sideline reporter and ‘‘Dancing with the Stars’’ co-host married Stoll on Saturday, his 35th birthday.
People magazine first reported the nuptials. According to the magazine, the wedding was held at sunset in Montana in front of a small group of family and friends. Andrews wore a gown designed by Carolina Herrera.
The couple, who started dating in 2012, got engaged in December at Disneyland.
The wedding follows a rocky year for Andrews.
In September 2016, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer, months after winning a stalking lawsuit. She settled with two hotel companies that were found partially to blame for the stalker, who got a hotel room next to hers and posted nude video of her on the internet.
Stoll played in the NHL for 13 years, for Edmonton, Los Angeles, Minnesota and the New York Rangers.
Festival to honor Hutton
Lauren Hutton is going to be this year’s honoree at the 20th annual Maine International Film Festival.
The 73-year-old actress, model, and producer will be awarded the Mid-Life Achievement Award next month in Waterville, Maine.
Festival programmer Ken Eisen told the Morning Sentinel that Hutton was part of what he described as a golden age of American filmmaking in the 1970s and that she broke the rules for aging by modeling nude at age 61.
She’ll receive the award July 20 at the Waterville Opera House where her movie ‘‘American Gigolo,’’ also starring Richard Gere, will be shown.
Prince Harry talks ‘escape’
Prince Harry says he once ‘‘wanted out’’ of the British royal family.
In an interview published in the Mail on Sunday, the prince said the time he spent in the army was ‘‘the best escape I’ve ever had’’ and that he once considered giving up his title.
Harry, who is fifth in line to the throne, said: ‘‘I felt I wanted out, but then decided to stay in and work out a role for myself.’’
Lawsuit tied to new film
A magazine writer has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the creators of a Tupac Shakur biopic, saying that portions of the film are based on his articles about the late rapper.
Kevin Powell says in the suit filed Friday that ‘‘All Eyez on Me’’ borrows from articles he wrote and interviews he did with Shakur in the 1990s for Vibe magazine.
‘‘There are stories with fictional characters and re-worked narratives that are unique to the Original Work that appear in the Infringing Work,’’ the suit said. ‘‘Rather than contact Plaintiff, Defendants, while fully aware of Plaintiff’s copyright in the Original Work, willfully and improperly developed, produced, filmed and released the Infringing Work derived from Plaintiff’s Original Work.’’
Powell is suing Lionsgate, Program Pictures, Morgan Creek Pictures, as well as producers and screenwriters of the film.