Andi Dorfman Says She Regretted Going On ‘The Bachelor’ From Night One

At this point, Andi Dorfman is no stranger to fame -- she quickly became popular on The Bachelor for refusing to put up with Juan Pablo Galvais's crap, and that got her the Bachelorette gig ... which got her a fiancé, a very public breakup, and, more recently, and book deal. But now Andi's saying that she regrets being on The Bachelor in the first place ... and we're like, whhaa ... ? Why?

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Andi told Cosmopolitan.com that she regretted joining the show night one of Juan Pablo's season. Here's what she said:

I remember standing in the rose ceremony room, it's 4:30 in the morning at this point, it's freezing cold, everyone is cold and nervous standing on these risers, and you could hear the teeth chattering and the deep breaths ... And I watch Juan Pablo come in with a stack of roses, and I'm thinking 'this is the stupidest thing I've ever been a part of. I'm standing here cold, my feet hurt and I'm waiting for a dude I don't know to give me a rose.

Oh. My. God. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you?

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We assume it got better because Andi stuck it out all the way until fantasy suite dates -- and then accepted the Bachelorette gig when they offered it to her. Apparently, doing that show wasn't as bad, even though her breakup with her final pick, Josh Murray, was.

It took me a while to look back on [The Bachelorette] fondly ... I definitely didn't during the breakup, and even when I was still in the relationship, when things weren't good, I didn't look at it fondly. But now I'm like, I got to do this incredible thing that I had no business doing. I have no business being on television, being on a red carpet, being on a press tour. So I can't help but look at it and feel like one of the luckiest girls in the world.

Okay, that's better. It's not like we ever assumed being on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette was a total dream all the way through, but still. It still feels like they should consider themselves lucky to have had the opportunity -- we know we would.

 

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