"Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman's gigantic engagement ring is reportedly the biggest ring in the reality show's history, with ABC shelling out $100,000 for the Neil Lane stunner. Life & Style's insider states that Andi is engaged and joyfully accepted the huge rock with a "halo of diamonds" at the final rose ceremony.
The magazine's source states that Andi thought her husband-to-be was "adorable" when he got down on one knee to propose with a ring that apparently outshines and outsizes former "Bachelor" winners' rings, including Catherine Giudici (3.15 carats), Emily Maynard (2.5 carats from Jef Holm), and Desiree Hartsock (3.70 carats).
Spoilers indicate that Josh Murray is the guy who drops to his knees to propose to Andi, although there are still fans who think that Nick Viall walked away with the girl this season. Blogger Reality Steve states that he is certain that Murray is Andi's final pick.
On Monday, Steve spent an hour on Twitter answering questions from fans about the video her released of Nick spilling the final rose details. There are still some fans who doubt that the video is authentic, so they asked Steve if he thought the video was a setup by the show's producers. He confirmed that the video was given to him by a woman he had a relationship years ago and that she has never appeared on the show and Nick had "no idea he was being recorded" on the airplane. Watch the video here if you haven't seen it yet.
Whatever you believe or whoever you are rooting for in the end, the big reveal is only a week away and that's when fans will get to see how fantastic Andi's engagement ring really is. Before that happens, ABC will broadcast the "Men Tell All" special on July 21, leading up to the July 28 finale that was taped in the Dominican Republic.
While Steve is certain that Josh will win the prize, he still is unsure how it will end with Nick. It's entirely possible that Andi dumps Nick before the final rose ceremony even begins, saving him from spilling his guts and presenting her with another book of fairy tales. However, the season has been a rather uneventful, so perhaps producers will lure him into thinking he has a shot and fans will see the guy who thinks he's the frontrunner get ditched at the rose ceremony.