Erin Andrews' contract at ESPN is expiring and everyone wants to know: Will the sexy broadcaster be back at the sports network?
ESPN confirmed that the ACC Tournament [was] the last scheduled assignment for Erin Andrews, SI.com reporter Richard Deitsch tweeted Monday. Her contract (and others) are coming up.
While there were initial reports that Erin Andrews was leaving ESPN, a network spokesman said that's not the case.
She's still under contract and we hope to renew her, said Mike Soltys, USA Today reported.
Erin Andrews is a staple of ESPN programming and was a sideline reporter, mostly for NCAA football and basketball games but Andrews was on air for other sports.
She was victimized by stalker Michael David Barrett, who in 2008 posted nude videos on the Internet of Erin Andrews -- footage that he got through her peep holes in her hotel rooms.
Barrett was arrested by federal agents in 2009 and pleaded guilty to interstate stalking in 2009. He is incarcerated at Seattle Community Corrections, where he is serving a 30-month prison term and has a release date of July 3.
Andrews also was a contestant on the 10th season of Dancing With The Stars after the stalking incident came to light. Andrews and her partner, Maksim Chmerkovskiy, came in third place in the dancing competition.
Besides her duties at ESPN, Andrews is also a correspondent for Good Morning America, which airs on ABC. Both stations are owned by parent company Disney.