Andi Dorfman Has a Meltdown on ‘The Bachelorette’

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Andi Dorfman has a meltdown on tonight’s episode of The Bachelorette. After being told that she has somewhat of a “poker face,” Dorfman confronts all her suitors and states the following through tears:

Let me just tell y’all something like if any one of y’all thinks that this is a joke to me, just say it now and you can walk on out. Because it just strikes such a nerve to me that someone can look me in the face and tell me that I have a poker face in all of this, when I have done nothing but try to be natural for y’all. I am exhausted. I am so exhausted and I am trying so hard. I really am. I’m sorry, I don’t mean to yell at y’all. If you don’t think this is real, then the door is right there. Because this is so real to me, every single day this is real to me.

Have U Heard speculates that Eric Hill may have been the contestant to tell Dorfman that she is putting on a front in some way. We do know that Eric Hill is eliminated before the rose ceremony. However, because Hill has passed away, the network may choose to not show any unfavorable footage in order to show respect for Hill and his grieving loved ones.


UPDATE: So, here’s what the network showed …

Hill has concerns and tells Dorfman he’s been really open with her, but says it’s the opposite with her. He says that Dorfman hasn’t shown him who she really is enough. He says, “I came here to meet a person, not a TV actress.”

Andi was extremely insulted by this.


In addition to this situation, Dorfman had another meltdown on the show tonight when she and contestant Marcus rappelled down the side of the Mohegan Sun Casino. Marcus Grodd was extremely supportive and helped talk Dorfman off the ledge … literally.


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