Andi Dorfman released her first book, It’s Not Okay, this past week and fans of the Bachelorette star are excited to read about her journey behind the scenes. It’s no secret that Andi was happy when she got engaged to Josh Murray, but in her book, she reveals that the relationship was anything but perfect. Because she’s bashed both Josh and Nick Viall in her book, some fans of the show are not too pleased with her book. Now, Dorfman is reacting to these reviews and shares her plans to write more books.
According to a new report, Andi Dorfman doesn’t feel bad about slamming Josh, Nick and Juan Pablo in her book, including using Juan Pablo’s “It’s Okay” phrase to sell more books. Apparently, she’s very open and honest in her book and some critics do feel it’s too much.
“Everybody knows who 25, 26, and 1 are,” the 29-year-old reasons, referring to her codenames for Nick, Josh, and Juan Pablo, respectively. “We all gave up our privacy the second we went on TV and everybody’s extended that privacy into the public light by doing things after.”
It sounds like Andi Dorfman doesn’t really care about what Josh thinks of her these days. The two split shortly after the premiere party of Chris Soules’ season of the show, which started last year. In her book, Dorfman reveals that Josh called her a “whore” for sleeping with Nick Viall on the show and because she kept looking at male celebrities on Instagram. Based on this information, it sounds like Dorfman didn’t exactly appreciate Josh’s controlling ways and he may have a confidence problem.
Do you think Andi Dorfman spilled too many details in the book? Do you think it’s fair that she’s dishing all of these details about these people and potentially ruining lives?