We knew Andi was sweet when she was on ‘The Bachelor,’ but now that she’s the one handing out the roses, she’s proven even more that she’s completely humble and down to Earth! She sent home some of the cutest guys, which proved that she’s not just looking for a stud, but is really looking for love.
Many were shocked to see that Andi Dorfman sent home many attractive men on The Bachelorette premiere on May 19, and it must have been so tough for her to talk to each of them, but she definitely made a point to give everyone a fair chance.
Andi Dorfman: Relatable & Down To Earth
From the moment that Andi, 27, met the first suitor, she had the most positive attitude ever. Sure, she went on and on about how freaking hot every one of the guys were (because, hello, they were), but she focused on actually getting to know the guys — something that Juan Pablo never did.
We’ve got to say that even the guys who weren’t Andi’s type off the bat, she still made a big effort to get to know them — take Nick V. for example, who ended up getting the first impression rose. She admitted that he wasn’t her usual type but still gave him a chance — and just talking with him for a few minutes realized she actually liked him!
Andi Gave Everyone A Chance
Marquel was another who she admitted was really awkward when he got out of the limo but really impressed her in just a few minutes — she really asked them questions and gave them each a chance. Honestly, it showed that she actually wants to find love, it’s not for show.
She also was super respectful of everyone, stayed classy, and wasn’t getting in her bikini on night one. Plus, she didn’t kiss anyone yet. That scores major points in our book.
And she knows that finding love means finding someone who she not only can make out with (sorry, JP), but someone who she can carry on a great conversation with, travel with, and share with.
She’s seriously a role model for women, and was stunning inside and out on the finale. Do you think she’s the best Bachelorette ever, HollywoodLifers? Let me know!
— Emily Longeretta