Andi Dorfman has had a taste of the good life, and she’s not looking back.
That seems to be the case after the “Bachelor” contestant-turned-“Bachelorette” quit her pre-reality TV job.
And it was probably not an easy decision, as she was an Assistant District Attorney in Fulton County, Georgia, according to “Us Weekly.”
Dorfman was previously allowed to take a leave of absence back in February so she could appear on the show, and she was scheduled to be back at work late last month.
Apparently, that was not the case, and the star has not made her next moves available to the public.
Other members of the “Bachelor” family have broken into TV presenting, like Melissa Rycroft as a special correspondent on “Good Morning America” and Ali Fedotowsky on E! News.
Her time on the romantic reality show continues Mondays at 8pm on ABC. What do you think Dorfman should do after “The Bachelorette”?