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Did ‘Bachelorette’ producers tell Nick Viall to shame Andi for fantasy suite?

Oh no he di’int! On Monday night’s “The Bachelorette” finale update show, rejected runner up Nick Viall came face to face with former love Andi Dorfman. And the disgruntled 33-year-old Wisconsin native wasted no time in calling her out for leading him on.

LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 18: 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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Monday’s “After the Final Rose” special aired live on ABC, much to the embarrassment of Dorfman. The former Atlanta assistant district attorney seemed absolutely stunned when Viall called her out for their intimate fantasy suite rendezvous just days before she dumped him for Josh Murray.

After Dorman admitted to Viall and the entire world that she was never actually in love with him and reminded him that she was careful never to tell him that she was, the rejected bachelor told her that her actions led him to believe that she did indeed love him.

“Feeling like you did, if you knew how in love with you I was, why did you make love with me?" he asked.

The stunned “Bachelorette” star was clearly unraveled by the awkward question, and she didn’t look at all happy by Viall’s personal revelation. “First of all I think that's kind of below the belt and something that should be kept private,” she snapped. But Dorfman did acknowledge that the things she told Viall at the time “were real.”

According to Us Weekly, one show alum doesn’t think Viall’s confrontation was all that real. Nikki Ferrell, who won Juan Pablo Galavis’s heart on last season of “The Bachelor,” took to Twitter after the July 28 broadcast to post: “Gee I wonder who told Nick to say that … How the producers of @BachelorABC sleep at night is beyond me. #trash."

If Ferrell’s take on how things went down is true, it certainly wouldn’t be the first time “Bachelor” producers have had a hand in stirring up drama. During Galavis’s season, producers actually turned against their own “Bachelor” star and his final pick during the “After the Final Rose” update, with host Chris Harrison mocking the fact that the Galavis hadn’t yet said that he loved Ferrell.

For this season of the show, Dorfman ended up not only expressing her love, but also accepting a proposal from 29-year-old former baseball player Josh Murray. No word yet on how Murray feels about his fiance’s recent bedroom business with another man.

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