Let the games begin! After 10 weeks of buildup on The Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman's choice was finally made public during the show's season 10 finale and After the Final Rose special on Monday, July 28. Immediately following the big reveal, she and fiance Josh Murray headed to Jimmy Kimmel Live, where they dished on sneaking around and then took part in a round of the "No-ly Wed Game."
The couple—who got engaged on May 9 but had to hide their relationship until The Bachelorette was over—said they've been meeting secretly for months in their hometown of Atlanta, Ga. "We've tried our best to hide, but we live in Atlanta together, so we've been sneaking over to each other's houses in disguises," Murray admitted.
"The paparazzi isn't at its best in Atlanta, Georgia," Dorfman joked.
Host Jimmy Kimmel then questioned the lovebirds about what it was like to get engaged after dating non-exclusively for just 10 weeks. Asked when she knew Murray was The One, Dorfman said, "I really wasn't sure about Josh pretty much until the morning of the proposal."
He felt it much earlier. "After our first kiss, I knew there was something special," he told Kimmel. "And after hometowns, I knew that I was in love with her."
Murray then revealed that he actually saw Dorfman once in a club before they met. He was in casting at the time, so he couldn't say anything to her, but he definitely took note of her in the crowd. "I did not see him," she said. "Because if I saw him, of course I would have never gone on the show. I would have just started dating him then!"
Kimmel also roped the husband and wife-to-be in a round of the "No-ly Wed Game," in which they had to answer questions about each other like, "What's her worst habit?" and "When did he lose his virginity?"
Watch the video above to see how they did!