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‘Bachelor’ star Andi Dorfman speaks out after watching the show

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“Bachelor” star Andi Dorfman decided to leave the show behind yesterday after learning that Juan Pablo may not have been too interesting in her. She claims that he said that she was there by default and that he didn’t see her as mother potential. However, to the cameras, he was saying that he was digging Andi and could see her as wife potential. Rather than go through a rose ceremony and potentially get picked as his final two, she decided to leave. According to a new tweet released on Feb. 25, “Bachelor” star Andi Dorfman is now speaking out about her experiences on Twitter.

She was watching the episodes with some of Juan Pablo’s exes from the show, including Sharleen Joynt, who had similar feelings. But Andi had no regrets going on the show. “Love all the support! Even though it didn't work out, I had the most amazing experience of my life! Truly grateful!! #noregrets #bachelor,” Andi tweeted as the episode was coming to an end. As for Juan Pablo, he didn’t tweet at all throughout the episode.

It sounds like she has no regrets and has moved on from the show, which was filmed last fall. However, she appears to have moved on. One has to wonder what will be said when they meet up for the "Women Tell All" special.

What do you think of Andi's decision to leave?

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