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Andi Dorfman Calls ‘Bachelorette’ Breakup ‘Biggest Failure’

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Last month, we found out that our favorite (and only!) Jewish Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman had broken off her 8-month-long engagement with Josh Murray. Hearts were broken and our faith in true love was shattered.

Andi, it seems, was just as crushed as we were.

In an interview for ‘Chris Tells All Bachelor Special’ this past Sunday , our good Jewish Bachelorette was still decidedly broken up about her broken engagement as she tearfully recounted the juicy details.

Weeping, she told Chris: “I know this is honestly the biggest failure of my life so far.”

She says the catalyst for their break-up was their mutual appearance at this season of “The Bachelor”s live premiere on Jan 5.

“We went to the premiere and I think it was hearing people ask about wedding date. We actually had to ask ourselves, ‘Why haven’t we been planning our wedding? Let’s just be honest — why is it that we don’t have a date?’”

While she still says Murray was her “first true love”, Andi told Chris that just didn’t “better each other” and that canceling their engagement was the best decision for them individually.

Aw Andy. We’re still rooting for you, girl. You’ll find true love again soon. Maybe in the next season of ‘The Bachelorette’? Wink wink

[h/t Huffington Post]

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