Has Josh Murray decided to give his relationship with Andi Dorfman another go? On Sunday, Josh tweeted that he’s heading to New York City the next day. New York City is where his ex-fiancee Andi lives now. Josh wrote that he “can’t wait” go to the city and that it’s “gonna be a great time.”
Josh proposed to Andi on the finale of the last The Bachelorette season. Unfortunately, the two broke up several months later. Several people asked Josh whether he’s going to New York City to see Andi. They told him to try to work things out with her. One person even told Josh to get back with Andi and have a baby together.
When Josh posted a tweet on Monday afternoon that asked about good places to watch a sports game while in New York City, two people told him to watch it at Andi’s apartment. There were, however, a few comments that said that Josh must be sick of everyone asking him about Andi and that New York City is a big enough city for the two of them to be there separately.
As for what Andi’s doing in New York City the next couple of days, it’s likely that she won’t be hanging out with Josh since her mom’s in town. The two may be belatedly celebrating Andi’s 28th birthday. Last Friday, Andi thanked everyone for their birthday wishes and support over the past year. She expressed optimism that the upcoming year will be a good one for her.
It’s also unlikely that Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray will be hanging out together while he’s in town because of what he recently said about their relationship. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, just last week Josh told a media outlet that he doesn’t miss Andi, despite it only being about three months since they announced their split and a month and a half after Andi, with tears streaming down her face, told The Bachelorette host Chris Harrison that the breakup is the “biggest failure of [her] life.”
“No. We’re friends and everything like that. But at the end of the day, when you’re very different from somebody else it just doesn’t work out.”
Josh also said that he’s open to following Chris Soules’ footsteps to The Bachelor.
“If I had the chance to be the Bachelor then I would think about it. But there’s no other way I’d go on [The Bachelorette]. It was a great experience, but I did that already and I’m kind of moving on from that specific part of my life.”
Andi Dorfman seemed to be bothered by the way Josh Murray seemed to be so nonchalant about their breakup and his eagerness to find love again. Days after Josh made that admission, Andi posted a tweet about taking “the high road.”
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