She may not have been paid the most but she apparently got the biggest ring. According to a Wetpaint Entertainment article posted on Thursday, July 17, "The Bachelorette" star Andi Dorfman got the biggest engagement ring of the show's history. Just how big is the ring? It's a 4.4 carat diamond and the entire ring is worth about $100,000. As with all the other rings that have been presented on the show, it was supplied by jeweler Neil Lane.
An insider said that the man who got down on one knee to propose, which would either be Josh Murray or Nick Viall, was so nervous during the proposal that he was shaking, which Andi thought was adorable. The huge engagement ring wasn't the only thing Andi got. She and her new fiance also got to stay in a huge villa in a Dominican Republic resort valued at $7,500 per night. The villa was probably a villa at the Paradisus Punta Cana Resort, which Andi and her finalists stayed at for the final dates.
How does Andi Dorfman's ring compare to some of the others recently seen on the franchise? Desiree Hartsock got a platinum and rose gold ring with 3.70 carats of diamonds from Chris Siegfried, Catherine Giudici got a 3.15 carat cushion-cut diamond ring surrounded by 164 smaller round diamonds from Sean Lowe, and Emily Maynard got a 2.5 carat emerald-cut diamond engagement ring from Jef Holm.
Out of those three recent "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" couples, two are still together. Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici are married while Desiree Hartsock and Chris Siegfried are still engaged. Emily Maynard and Jef Holm broke up shortly after their engagement and she's now married to someone else.
It's only two weeks until it's revealed whether the last man standing is Josh Murray or Nick Viall. Of course, thanks to spoilers, many of the show's fans already know which man ultimately won. For those who choose to wait until Monday, July 28, the season finale air date, to know what happened, there's first the "Men Tell All" special to watch. At the conclusion of the "Men Tell All" special, Chris Soules may very well be announced as the star of the next "The Bachelor," since he is a fan favorite and has expressed interest in the role.