Jewish 'Bachelorette' Andi Dorfman Calls Off Engagement by the Forward

Jewish 'Bachelorette' Andi Dorfman Calls Off Engagement

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Just when you let your guard down and started believing that true love really does exist —  and that it can be found on a TV show, no less — reality slaps you right across the face.

TMZ reports that Bachelorette Andi Dorfman and fiancée Josh Murray have called off their eight-month long engagement, to the swift sound of lady hearts breaking across the nation.

The couple first stole our hearts last summer as millions tuned in to watch the first Jewish “Bachelorette” and the former baseball player declare their undying love in the Dominican Republic. Then we followed them as they continued their picture perfect relationship on social media, looking adorable and sickeningly lovey-dovey on their Instagram feeds.

We should have known better.

Not surprising, though, that the two kept news of their split a secret until after Monday’s “Bachelor” premiere on ABC. The two appeared as close as ever on the red carpet as they talked about delaying wedding planning.

Well, better luck next time, Josh.

And Andi, have we got a nice guy for you. Call us when you’re ready.

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Maia Efrem

Maia Efrem

Maia Efrem is the former research editor and assistant to the editor and was also responsible for the Forward’s annual Salary Survey. Previously she served as the editor of Blognik Beat, a blog written by students who emigrated from or have ties to the Former Soviet Union. Maia is a graduate of Hunter College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Jewish 'Bachelorette' Andi Dorfman Calls Off Engagement

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