Former Bachelorette Andi Dorfman kind of sort of offered an olive branch to her ex Nick Viall after he was publicly dumped and made a mockery of for the second year in a row during the finale of the ABC show The Bachelorette. Leave it to fame-hungry Andi to exploit Nick’s heartbreak and use it as a means to remain relevant and get her name in the news.
Last night on The Bachelorette 2015 finale Kaitlyn Bristowe completely dumped Nick Viall – in what might be the longest and most excruciating break-ups in the history of national television. She literally let him propose before she informed him that her “heart was with somebody else.” Even extreme Nick haters felt a twinge of empathy for the guy. Sure, he can be a total tool – but even total tools don’t deserve that.
Of course during the painful break-up Andi Dorfman took to Twitter to remind everyone that she dated Nick Viall first, and she used to be The Bachelorette. Seriously, when will this girl take a hint? Your time to shine is over, fall back and fade in to Bachelorette oblivion like your predecessors while you still have a shred of dignity left! Andi tweeted along with fans during the show and after the final rose ceremony she commented, “As much as I don’t care for Nick, I don’t wish heartbreak on anyone.” Andi also cracked jokes that Nick should have kept the engagement ring from Neil Lane, and commented on the irony of Kaitlyn telling her family she had sex with Nick before he had a chance to announce it on national TV like he did to Andi.
When is Andi Dorfman going to quit? Seriously, she should have gave her final rose to Chris Soules because they are a match made in heaven. They could have worked the reality TV circuit together for years to come in their desperate attempts to remain relevant. Hopefully now that Nick Viall has been dumped (again) and The Bachelorette is over, Andi will finally fade in to obscurity. Are you as over Andi Dorfman as we are? Do you think Nick Viall deserved what he got on The Bachelorette? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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