'Bachelorette' Alum Josh Murray Is Back on the Market Again

Good news for anyone who has a crush on The Bachelorette's Josh Murray: He's a single man yet again! The cutie and his pretty girlfriend Anna von Staehle recently broke up and he's back on the market — and still open to settling down with the right woman.


Josh is best known as the bachelor who captured Andi Dorfman's heart on season 10 of The Bachelorette, proposed to her, but never made it down the aisle because they split five months later. At the time, the Atlanta native said he and Andi were simply very different people with busy, hectic schedules and that her life in New York City and his in Atlanta made things very difficult. Unfortunately, their strange Twitter feud after their breakup made the situation seem slightly less amicable than he had led on.

Sadly, Anna, a young woman with whom he has been spotted at events like the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas last month, wasn't his soul mate, either. After Josh attended a recent Bachelor and Bachelorette reunion in California solo, he revealed to E! News that he's single and looking for love again.

"Anna and I only dated for a short time and I think she is a great person but ultimately we weren't for each other," Murray said. "I wish her nothing but the best."

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Josh added: "I do want to settle down and have kids, but the right woman has to come along. If something happens, something happens."

I guess you can't force a relationship to work out, but at this point I'm certainly questioning whether Josh is being far too picky or unwilling to bend in order to help nurture a relationship. He and Andi seemed totally in love at one point — it doesn't seem natural for a relationship to fall apart in minutes when you knew going into it that you were dealing with a long-distance situation.

Regardless, Josh is a catch and I doubt he'll stay single for very long. Whether he'll find a lasting relationship right now — that remains to be seen.


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