After Monday night's explosive episode of The Bachelorette, in which contestant Eric Hill called Andi Dorfman out on her fakey-fakery, and she got very defensive and in his face about it, we have to wonder what she thought about the incident given that Eric died in a tragic accident not long after that.
Have no fear, because the 27-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta has chronicled her feelings on the matter in a blog post for People. As expected, this girl did not feel good about how things ended with Eric.
The rose ceremony was obviously extremely difficult, especially in light of the passing of Eric. In all honesty it is almost unbearable knowing that my last conversation with someone wasn't the best.
It's something that will always linger with me, yet it teaches me that life can be short and not every day is promised. Of all the things I thought I would learn from this journey, the preciousness of life wasn't one I expected to learn, but I did and I have Eric to thank for that.
On Monday night's show, instead of airing the usual rose ceremony, Andi sat down with host Chris Harrison to discuss how Eric's death affected her and the whole Bachelorette family. Normally the pair would've had a chance to clear the air on the Men Tell All special later in the season, but that isn't happening this time.
"To be honest, the way Eric left and my last conversation with him is not ideally the last conversation that I would want to have with somebody," she admitted. "I can't have that [other] last conversation with Eric. I can say I feel like if I had that last conversation with him, he'd probably say something, I'd probably laugh, and it'd be water under the bridge. But unfortunately, we don't get to have that last conversation, and that's a tough pill to swallow."
I hope she also learned that life's too short to be fake, closed off, hypocritical, and generally act like a "TV actress." It seems like Eric's the kind of guy who knew that.
Do you think Andi wishes now that she had given Eric another chance after he called her out?
Image via Andi Dorfman/Instagram
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