What we love about Andi Dorfman is that she is not afraid to tell the world what she thinks. She was made quite famous when she showed up to find love when Juan Pablo was the Bachelor. She was then the assistant district attorney in Atlanta, and she was smart and beautiful and kind and funny. She was also just awesome enough to basically tell the jerk that he was a jerk and then walked out on him in the middle of their show. She instantly became an American sweetheart and the next woman to get to find love with 25 men. She ended up getting engaged to a former professional baseball player by the name of Josh Murray, but things did not work out between the two of them. They called it quits and now she’s in the headlines for writing a tell-all book that does not paint her ex in a very kind light. He’s fighting back on national television, and she’s not keeping her feelings to herself. We thought we might check out her Twitter page to see what she might have to say.
I speak two languages … English and Truth.
— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) August 9, 2016
Preach It She’s not taking it sitting back hearing that she’s calling her ex names that aren’t the truth. She’s ready to make sure the world knows she’s telling the truth about her former fiance, and she’s not afraid to stand up for what she’s said.
She’s Behind What’s Right
Andi Dorfman doesn’t have a problem telling the world what’s up when she stands up for the ladies she loves. When Chad Johnson called Sarah a negative name that had something to do with her missing arm, she was not happy about things. Now she’s behind his apology.
— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) July 25, 2016
She Gets It Life is beautiful, and we should enjoy the ride. There is nothing wrong with that. In fact, we wish more people remembered that on a regular basis. Tell it like it is, Andi!
They Do Pair Well
If you’re going to watch a sunset, it might as well be with a libation. It’s the best way to view it; through the bottom of a glass. It’s not our least favorite way to do anything. Let’s all raise a glass, grab a gorgeous sunset and call it a day.
Sorry Taylor and Calvin, but really … THIS is what we came for! ???????? pic.twitter.com/lOERfTBO8e
— Andi Dorfman (@AndiDorfman) July 14, 2016
The Real Good Stuff
I mean, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris can fight all they want over who wrote the song, who was right, who was wrong or whatever; all we know is that the wine and the carbs are what most of us showed up to enjoy. Thanks for reminding us of what’s really important in life, Andi Dorfman.