News Anchor Jillian Pavlica Surprised By Reading Her Own On Air Proposal From Fiance [VIDEO]

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By Rebecka Schumann | March 19, 2013 4:38 AM EST

Weekend news anchor Jillian Pavlica admits her love for breaking news on her professional website.

“I have a passion for breaking news. Nothing gets your adrenaline going more,” said Pavlica, whose latest story might just be her favorite to date.

Pavlica of FOX54 in Huntsville, Alabama was surprised on-air Saturday night after her now fiancé successfully executed a live, on air proposal.

Pavlica had been told by her producers that report a breaking news story before a segment but was instead surprised by a script that told her she was about to become a Mrs. according to FOX54.

“FOX54 has just learned that a Huntsville news anchor is being proposed to on live TV right now,” said Pavlica as her two fellow news anchors disappeared off camera only to be replaced by Pavlica’s then boyfriend, Vince.

“For years we’ve talked about this moment. For years you told me to be patient and our time would come. Finally all of our pieces are falling together and I can’t picture a day in my life without walking up with you by my side,” said Vince as the couple can be seen laughing, kissing and eventually, crying before the studio erupts in applause.

“I feel like I’m dreaming,” said Pavlica. “You had this planned all along!”

Pavlica tweeted out a special message to her Twitter followers on Sunday saying, “Still can’t believe I’m engaged. We’ve been together for six years and I’m just thrilled. Thank you all.”

This is not the first newsroom proposal. In 2011, WJBF weather girl, Jenna Lee Thomas, was also surprised by her boyfriend Eric Wright after he showed up in a tuxedo during a live broadcast in Augusta, Georgia.

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