"The Bachelor" finalist and plain speaker Andi Dorfman has taken an official leave of absence from her job in Atlanta as assistant district attorney. So, is the woman who was brave enough to speak out about how shallow Juan Pablo was while getting to know her in the fantasy suite headed for "The Bachelorette" or is she just tired of being involved in so many trials? According to several sources, including Newsday on March 3, Andi Dorfman will probably be the next "Bachelorette."
This is not exactly fresh news since Reality Steve divulged that Andi Dorfman would be "The Bachelorette" 2014 way back at the beginning of "The Bachelor"in January.
In addition, TMZ came out with the news that Andy's boss is "stunned" Andi is "leaving for a dating show." Perhaps the person who is in charge of Dorfman in the working world doesn't realize this attorney is a hot commodity in and out of the courtroom.
And so, as "The Bachelor" finalist Andi Dorfman takes a leave of absence as a lawyer, she is likely set to appear as "The Bachelorette."
Is this a good idea? Will this very intelligent contestant who rejected Juan Pablo ready to find love on television? And will that happen if she has more choices than just one particular guy from Venezuela? Still tuned as Andi Dorfman will probably make her own picks on ABC TV later on this year.