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'Bachelorette' Andi Dorfman wedding live on 'After the Final Rose' show?

Andi Dorfman gets engaged on "Bachelorette"
Andi Dorfman gets engaged on "Bachelorette"
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Will "Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman gets married on the live "After the Final Rose" special that airs right after the two-hour season finale on July 28, 2014? The show's producer, Robert Mills, tweeted on Monday that the finale is "gonna be weird" but didn't leak out any details about the "ATFR" show, keeping fans in complete suspense.

If you're hoping to see Andi tie the knot, despite the hype, it's likely that there won't be a wedding on Monday night. Instead, fans will probably see Andi and her final pick get married in a trumped-up wedding special on ABC.

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Life & Style states that Andi is already planning her wedding, one that the network could pay her as much as $1 million for. That's a big pay day considering she is rumored to have been paid $50,000 this season. That's a stark contrast to the whopping $250,000 they forked over to Emily Maynard.

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What does seem certain is that Andi is engaged and will soon be showing off her ring, said to be valued at upwards of $100,000. Whether that ring comes from Nick Viall or Josh Murray is yet to be seen, although many fans believe that blogger Reality Steve is correct in his prediction that Andi is engaged to Josh.

"The Bachelorette" finale will be live three hour event on Monday. Two hours will be spent on the final dates, Josh and Nick meeting Andi's parents and the final rose ceremony. Somewhere within those two hours, one guy is going to get dumped. It could be early on or it may happen during the final moments of the show. Depends on how much drama producers want to throw into the mix.

Expect the first two hours to be long and drawn out. Chris Harrison will host the show in front of a live audience and ask the usual dramatic questions to try to keep fans wondering how the show will end. Right after the final rose is given out, Harrison will host the live after-show and viewers will get a chance to see Andi with her final man. Rumor has it that the guy she dumps will be there, too. That should make for good television if the dumpee is still upset over coming in as a runner-up.

Are you Team Josh or Team Nick? Tune in at 8 p.m. to watch the "Bachelorette" season finale. If you aren't near a TV, download the ABC app and watch the show live streaming on your tablet or smartphone.

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