Despite a valiant effort by Nick Viall (albeit one tarnished somewhat by the aftermath of his rejection) Josh Murray and Andi Dorfman are officially engaged.
The Bachelorette finale saw Andi choose her final rose recipient and the former minor league baseball player and University of Georgia football player propose.
The After the Final Rose special, while focused primarily on Nick and his inability to get over the breakup, revealed that Andi and Josh are still engaged and elated.
Think these two have what it takes to stand the test of time?
"Andi, you are the answer to all my prayers. You are the woman of my dreams. You're the woman that I never thought existed in this world," Murray said.
"That feeling from the very first time I saw you, I know that feeling now, is love. It is," Dorfman gushed. "You're the one I want to spend the rest of my life with."
"You're the one I want to have babies with."
Despite his "former pro baseball player" billing on the show, Josh Murray, 29, has a real and normal job as a Financial Services Rep for Capstone Financial.
Luckily for Andi, he also lives in Atlanta, where the charismatic and effervescent attorney worked for the D.A.'s office before going on The Bachelor.
That alone ought to give them a huge head start on most couples who come out of this franchise and face the hurdles that the real world provides.
Even if you were a card-carrying member of Team Nick (or Team Farmer Chris), Josh certainly has a big heart and captured Andi's from the start.
Both seem like serious people who also don't take themselves too seriously, and the chemistry has been undeniable, be it physical or more casual.
There wasn't a lot of waffling with this courtship and while you never really know from TV, we'd give them a better chance than most of making it work.
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VOTE: Will Andi and Josh last?
If they get hitched, it will be the latest in a recent upswing for the reality dating franchise that struggled to find any success stories for years on end.
Here's a look at how other Bachelor(ette) couples have fared so far ... not a good track record overall, but a lot better in recent years than early on: