Bachelorette Finale: Andi Dorfman Gets Engaged! (VIDEO)
Andi Dorfman got her fairytale ending and a proposal from the man of her dreams on Monday’s conclusion of “The Bachelorette.”
So, which guys ended up proposing to the former assistant district attorney — and whose proposal did she accept?
Nick Viall was the first to meet Dorfman’s family, and it was clear that he was nervous from the start.
Dorfman’s mom Patti thought Nick was a little reserved at first, but he eventually opened up as they discussed how he won the first impression rose.
Nick gushed about his love for Dorfman during his one-on-one time with her mother, who started to tear up after hearing his kind words.
Dorfman explained to her sister Rachel that Nick is a guy who “sees her entire soul” and that “he makes her feel like a woman.”
“I know your daughter is it for me,” Nick privately told Dorfman’s father Hy before asking for his blessing to propose.
After an awkward silence, Dorfman’s said he thought they were a good match, noting that he can tell that he is in love Andi.
Josh Murray was next to meet Dorfman’s family, and while Nick was tongue-tied, Josh was sweating and loud.
“He is boisterous and a little chaotic,” Patti said of her daughter’s suitor.
Rachel sat down with Josh because she was unsure of his intentions, and she left the conversation believing his feelings for her sister were genuine.
Josh also asked Hy for his blessing to ask for Dorfman’s hand in marriage — and got it.
Hy explained that he trusts his daughter to make the right decision.
It’s clear that both Nick and Josh intended to propose to the 26-year-old lawyer from Atlanta.
For their final one-on-one date, Dorfman and Josh share a romantic boat ride in the Dominican Republic.
Later, they have a serious conversation about their future together, and Dorfman voiced her concerns that they won’t have anything if their passion for each other fades.
Josh was quick to reassure her that his love was deep and would last a lifetime. The former athlete read Dorfman a letter and gave her a personalized baseball card with her photo and her name labeled as “Andi Murray.”
Dorfman admitted at the end of the date that she fears her relationship with Josh is just “too good to be true.”
The next day the “Bachelorette” met Nick for their final date before the final rose ceremony. The two went off-roading in the Dominican Republic, where they shared a picnic in the sand and a dip in a lagoon.
That night, Nick confessed that he was nervous because he wants to get engaged, but he doesn’t want to be wondering how she feels.
Dorfman reassured him that it will be all right, and Nick believed that she was sending him all the signs that she would ultimately pick him.
He then gifted Dorfman a gold necklace with a vial filled with the sand from the spot where he first told her that he loved her.
On the day of the final rose ceremony, Dorfman pondered her feelings for both her suitors, before admitting to herself with whom she wanted to spend the rest of her life.
Nick, who was seen as the frontrunner from the get-go, was convinced that Dorfman would say “yes” to his proposal.
While Josh looked at rings with jeweler Neil Lane, Dorfman unexpectedly stopped by Nick’s room.
Dorfman was clearly nervous as she told Nick that she woke up in the morning and something didn’t feel right.
She explained that she felt the same way he said he did after he had previously gotten engaged to the wrong person.
“It’s clear to me the things I see in you, the things I see in us are not ultimately what’s best for us,” she told a distraught Nick.
Dorfman cried as Nick questioned how this could happen. She explained that she couldn’t relax with him because they were always over analyzing their relationship.
“I woke up so confident,” he said, noting that she “took it too far.”
“I wish there were certain things you hadn’t said or done,” he revealed during his heartbreak.
Nick left the Dominican Republic in the rain, shocked over what had just happened.
Later, Josh met Dorfman for the final rose ceremony.
“Andi, when I decided to give up my first love baseball all those years ago, a big reason why is that I knew a greater love existed elsewhere,” he told her.
“The moment I saw you in front of that mansion, you took my breath away,” he said before telling her that he wanted to marry her.
“From the first time I meant you, I was scared,” Dorfman explained.
“I know that feeling,” she later explained, adding, “Josh, I loved you from the moment I laid eyes on you. I love you. I’m madly in love with you.”
Josh then got down on one knee and proposed.
Dorfman, of course, accepted his marriage proposal — and then gave her fiancé Josh the final rose.
What do you think about Andi accepting Josh’s marriage proposal?