The two spent the day responding to love letters sent to the historical Juliet from Shakespeare’s famous “Romeo and Juliet” tragedy. Even this wasn’t enough to spark a flame between the two.
Cody clearly and confidently shared his feelings with Andi. But it was painfully obvious she wasn’t that into. Unfortunately for Cody, he was friend-zoned pretty early on in the season. His Verona date with Andi was a desperate attempt by Andi to see if there was any remote romantic connection between the two. At the end of the night, Andi sent Cody home without a rose.
“The Bachelorette” explains her decision: “Despite our time in Verona unfortunately, it became clear that my romantic connection with Cody wasn't where it should have been. Later at dinner, I could tell that we were not on the same page, and I realized I had to do something that I truly didn't want to do. Ultimately I had to let Cody go that night and it was so tough."
Andi adds: “For Cody and I, that romantic connection just wasn't happening, but I wish him nothing but the best moving forward."
As the weeks go by, her decisions as to who to keep and who to send home will be increasingly tougher. Emotions run high each week as both "Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman and her remaining bachelor contestants’ work together to find out if they are meant for each other.
The last time Andi Dorfman set out to find love, she ended up disappointed when she made the decision to go home, breaking up her relationship with “Bachelor” Juan Pablo. What’s your gut telling you this time around? Will Andi find love as ABC’s “The Bachelorette”? Maybe round two will prove more successful for Andi in reality TV dating!
Sources: People, ABC