Juan Pablo Galavis got dumped in epic fashion Monday by Andi Dorfman, and with that, she looks all but certain to assume the title of The Bachelorette.
On last night's episode of The Bachelor, Andi took herself out of the running before the rose ceremony, sending Clare and Nikki to the final two by default.
This was no tear-filled departure, though. At least not for her.
On The Bachelor Season 18 Episode 9, she referred to the overnight date with Juan Pablo as "a nightmare" and accused him of being "inappropriate."
She also called him out talking about himself all the time, not having real feelings and for his constant "language barrier" defense. It was fantastic.
The nature of her exit, along with the fact that Nikki Ferrell and Clare Crawley just aren't that likable, makes Andi the frontrunner to be The Bachelorette.
Producers flew her out to talk with her about it, and according to one source, Andi has been chosen by producers as The One, though it's not official yet.
ABC is expected to announce the next Bachelorette during After the Rose Special on March 10, when we also hear from Juan Pablo and his non-fiancee.
At least that's what we're guessing. No way he gets engaged to either one of those two, or if he does, that they're still together as of this taping.
The Bachelor spoilers can shed some light on that one, but either way, it looks like Andi Dorfman will be doling out the roses come this summer on ABC.
A 26-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta, she became a fan favorite thanks to her easygoing personality, intelligence and her friendship with Nikki.
Given the way Juan Pablo has already faced some criticism for his behavior on the show, Andi turning the tables on him should only boost her popularity.
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