Well, well, well -- it looks like somebody might be a bit more of a fame whore than she's willing to let on. She may have initially taken a leave of absence from her job to be on The Bachelorette, but now Andi Dorfman has quit her gig with the district attorney's office, which makes her a full-time reality star.
Yep. Originally she was on unpaid leave through May 31, but then she went ahead and decided to just up and quit being an attorney altogether. Duh -- she's all sorts of famous now and has no business earning a paycheck like a regular person.
Ok, ok -- so maybe I'm being just a little bit unfair, considering how many former stars of the show up and leave their careers to move on to greener pastures, so to speak. But for some reason, Andi giving up her job as an attorney just seems so ... well, like she totally sold out for the promise of fame.
The reason she gained so many fans in the first place was because she put out this whole, "I'm just a regular gal" image. She honestly tried to make everyone believe she decided to be The Bachelorette to find husband and all that jazz.
But by making such a huge move and quitting her job, she basically just proved that she couldn't care less about true love -- unless it comes with a certain level of celebrity status, of course.
And it's not like being an attorney is a career you just fall into. It takes years of schooling and training, and if Andi didn't pay for all of that herself, it's kind of a slap in the face to her parents that she gave it up for TV.
If I didn't know any better, I'd say Andi assumes she's WAY too important to work an ordinary job like an ordinary person from this point forward. Maybe if she's lucky, she can score a few night club gigs just like Juan Pablo Galavis.
Wait a second ... maybe they can even team up for some sort of duo act in Atlantic City? Now THAT's a ticket I'd pay big bucks for.
Do you think it's a big deal that Andi quit her job?
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