The 27-year-old Atlanta district attorney chose Josh Murray during "The Bachelorette" Season 10 finale -- and he got down on one knee to propose. Of course, Dorfman said yes.
"Andi, you are the answer to all my prayers. You are the woman of my dreams. You are the woman that I never thought existed in this world," Murray told Dorfman, who was smiling from ear-to-ear.
"I know that feeling from the very first time I saw you, I know that feeling now, is love. It is," Dorfman gushed. "You're the one I want to spend the rest of my life with. You're the one I want to have babies with."
Murray, 29, is a former professional baseball player who now works as Financial Services Rep for Capstone Financial. And luckily for Dorfman, he also lives in Atlanta.
The runner-up, Nick Viall, was thrown a curveball when he was sent home heartbroken after Dorfman told him their relationship just didn't "feel right" in a hotel room before the final rose ceremony. Although he received the first impression rose on the series premiere in May, it appears Viall wasn't the front-runner like he had thought.
The two had a classic exchange after Dorfman came clean to Viall:
NICK: "If you weren't in love with me, I'm just not sure why ... like why'd you make love to me? I don't ..."
ANDI: "Well, first of all, that's kind of below the belt. That's something that should be private and kept private, umm..."
Feels like we've heard this all before, yes?
Congrats to Andi and Josh! May your love last as long as Trista and Ryan's.