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'Bachelorette' Andi Dorfman ready for people to move on from Juan Pablo Galavis

TV Personality Andi Dorfman attends the 2014 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 18, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Andi Dorfman is likely tired of everyone asking her about Juan Pablo Galavis. In an interview with OK! Magazine, posted on Monday, May 19, the new star of "The Bachelorette" said that she's excited for people to see her own journey towards love and to move on from Juan Pablo, who caused quite a stir when he dated her on "The Bachelor."

Andi shot to stardom, and likely secured herself the spot as the next Bachelorette, when she gave Juan Pablo quite the verbal lashing after what she considered was a disastrous first overnight date. Pointing out that he hardly asked her any questions about herself, she basically accused him of being a self-centered and narcissistic man who just wanted to have fun and make out with a lot of women, rather than find his future wife. She then exited the competition, much to Juan Pablo's relief.

Juan Pablo always maintained that being the star of the show is not easy because he has to make everyone happy. Now that Andi is in his shoes, does she understand more of what he was going through and perhaps regret her harsh treatment of him? Not really. Andi revealed that Juan Pablo did wish her luck when she was announced as the new Bachelorette, which she appreciated. She also acknowledged that "it’s definitely tougher on the other side" and "it’s not easy to play host and be responsible for a lot of people."

Yet she also out that she made it a point to do exactly what Juan Pablo failed to do, which is to learn as much as she could about each individual contestant. Guess that means that viewers can expect to see Andi ask the guys lots of probing questions, including about their religion, which Andi hilariously pointed out Juan Pablo never asked about despite supposedly considering her as his future wife.

Andi Dorfman also hinted that she's tired of talking about the controversial former pro soccer player. She said that she's "excited to kind of move forward" with her own journey and that she thinks that "we are all ready for that." For his part, Juan Pablo Galavis is ready, and likely has been ready for a while, to move on from the whole "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" hoopla. He recently tweeted that he won't be tuning in to watch Andi try to find the man of her dreams.

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