Chrissy Metz Reveals Holiday Plans With Boyfriend Josh Stancil (Exclusive)

The actress also dished on what's to come on 'This Is Us.'

Chrissy Metz couldn't be happier, one year after revealing that she was in love with boyfriend Josh Stancil. 

ET's Katie Krause caught up with the 37-year-old actress at KIIS-FM’s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball presented by Capital One at the Forum in Inglewood, California, on Friday, where she opened up about her relationship -- and dished on her holiday plans!

"Yes!" she shouted, remembering that she broke the news that she's in love last year. "I do [remember that]!" 

One year later, Metz and Stancil couldn't be stronger, and look forward to spending the holidays together in Florida. 

"We've done it last year, so he's braced for impact. He's gonna handle it. He'll be alright!" she joked. "We're excited just to kind of chill out." 

While 2017 has been a big year for love among the This Is Us cast (Mandy Moore got engaged and Justin Hartley got married), Metz isn't looking for a ring anytime soon. 

"Pump the breaks! Nobody's trying to get married!" she revealed. 

"You know, I was previously married to an amazing man [and] we’re still friends, but I want to like, figure out what’s going on," she explained. "This needs to be about me, and I can of course have a healthy relationship, but I'm not in any rush to get married." 

So instead of fans keeping an eye out for any engagement news, the actress recommends they spend their holiday "with the Pearsons." 

"Re-watch the second season or even the first, if you'd like to...With [re-watching], we discover things that we didn't see the first time, little small nuances of a performance, or the way the scene is played out," she suggested, before sharing a sneak peek of what to expect for the rest of This Is Us season two. 

"We're going to come to understand the core of what's really going on with Kevin," she said. "He's gone really high with all of his success, and now really reaching a low, and [we'll explore] what that means for the family, and how we get through this together." 

As for Kate and Toby, Metz said adoption isn't out of the question as they try to expand their family. 

"If for some reason they aren't able to physically have a child, then why not? And because it was obviously so wonderful and beneficial and advantageous for Randall and for their whole family...yeah, why not? I think Toby and Kate, they want to love and extend their love, whether it's adoptive or a biological child," she shared. 

See more in the video below.