Andi Dorfman Says She Couldn't Say One Nice Thing About Her Ex Josh Murray

Andi Dorfman Says She Couldn't Say One Nice Thing About Her Ex Josh Murray
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According to a report from Us Magazine, Andi Dorfman recently announced that she couldn't say even one nice thing about her ex-fiancé, Josh Murray, during an appearence on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live on Bravo TV. The reality star made her comment on the 25th of September, on Wednesday.

The reality star, who sat before the 51-year-old television show host, asked the 32-year-old Bachelorette star to mention three things about her ex, 35, and she said, "no." Later on, the reality star played a game with the talk show host, "Accept Their Rose Or Totally Oppose," where she was given a number of options to choose from.

Andi, who hails from Georgia originally, declined to take the rose from her ex, Nick Viall, who appeared on the Bachelorette during her season, as well as John Paul Jones, and Blake Horstmann, who both appeared in the 15th and 14th season respectively.

Rather than accept a rose from the other men, she chose to take it from the recently named Bachelor, Peter Weber, Mike Johnson, as well as the host of the television series, Chris Harrison. Speaking on the suitability of Hollywood stars, Andi accepted a rose from Michael B Jordan as well as Shia Labeouf.

When asked who she thought was one of the biggest "douches" in the history of the reality tv dating series, Andi named men with names starting with a "J," alluding to Murray as well as Juan Pablo Galavis.

As it was previously reported, Dorfman and Murray got engaged during the tenth season of The Bachelorette , however, they later split in 2015. Speaking with reporters from Us Magazine back in 2016, the reality star said that Murray was jealous and abusive.

In a statement to the outlet, Mr. Murray denied the allegations outright, claiming that it was "unfortunate" that Andi chose to mischaracterize him in such a "negative way." Later, in her memoir, she detailed the problems they had at length, claiming that it was incredibly "volatile" and "f*cked up."

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