ESFJ sounds about right. She has the same kind of humor I do. I love telling stories (like she did with the scuba diving experience or whatever) and she used a lot of hand gestures too. The way she described her wedding in that article gave me a very ESFJ feel too. I guess her wedding was traditional, family oriented, etc.:
"It was just amazing for me. I remember everything about it, which was one of my big concerns, that I would wake up the next day and go: Did we get married? But our wedding was very beautiful, romantic and elegant. It was formal in one way, then just a wild party the way we like to have fun with our best friends and family. So it was very homespun in that way, which is exactly what I wanted."
Other than the two interviews and the article I'm not familiar with her, so I could be wrong, but this is just the impression that I get.
I bet they'll put something in the air tonight, just to light your face.