In order to star in the reality TV show The Bachelorette in 2014, Wake Forest Law School graduate Andi Dorfman quit her job as Assistant District Attorney at the Fulton County D.A. Office in Georgia. At the end of the season (Season 10), she chose Josh Murray over current Bachelor Nick Viall but after the show, Dorfman and Murray called off their engagement. Dorfman also announced that she quit practicing law. Dorfman said at the time: “I’m still a career woman. Just because I’m not in a courtroom doesn’t make me less of a career woman.”
After her split with Murray she became a New York Times bestselling author (see left) and she’s working on her second book, Single State of Mind (to be released in January 2018) which the publisher Simon & Schuster describes as “Sex and the City for the reality TV generation.” The book will be chock full of stories including the time she got locked out of her New York City apartment and had to use the fire escape in order to get in. On February 27, she will surprise her runner-up Nick Viall on The Bachelor, which airs Mondays at 8pm on ABC.