Well, the same as every other season of The Bachelorette. And that's supposedly what Dorfman was hoping all along. (Guess she couldn't have been that upset about her overnight date with Juan Pablo Galavis then, right? But still, what a creep!)
According to the blog Reality Steve, Dorfman was gunning for the role from the get-go, and she knew she nabbed it over a month ago. Why choose Andi and not the show's runner-up?
Dorfman was the only viable candidate for logistical reasons: The final two ladies haven't been cast as Bachelorettes since, well, forever because of the way the shows' shooting schedules coincide, so that means Nikki Ferrell (who — spoiler alert — won The Bachelor but not a ring) and Clare Crawley are out.
That left Renee Oteri, who got a boyfriend when filming wrapped, and Dorfman. Simply put, she was the last woman standing.
As for Dorfman's assistant district attorney position back home, while her boss told her he'd welcome her back with open arms, some sources aren't too convinced. They say that because Dorfman has only been out of law school for two years, she's pretty replaceable on the job. That would explain why she was also permitted to skip town to appear on The Bachelor, as well as do a slew of promotional appearances for The Bachelor and The Bachelorette once it kicks off.
And it starts very soon! Dorfman will begin filming The Bachelorette at the mansion in Los Angeles this week. And who will her potential beaus be? Just more of the same: Entrepreneurs, models and a few jerks to keep things dramatic ... just the way America loves their Bachelors and Bachelorettes.
Stay tuned for more spoilers. Knowing how feisty Dorfman is, you know this season is going to be a doozy!
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