Spoiler: She said yes! After a disastrous run on season 18 of The Bachelor, and an emotional stint on The Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman finally got her happy ending. As fans saw in the July 28 season 10 finale, the Atlanta native gave her final rose, and her hand in marriage, to fellow Atlanta resident Josh Murray.
After sending Nick Viall home earlier in the episode, Dorfman met up with former athlete Murray at a picturesque seaside location in the Dominican Republic. There, her future husband professed his undying devotion to her, saying, "Andi, when I decided to give up my first love, baseball, all those years ago, a big reason why was because I knew that there was a greater love that existed somewhere. And I knew that in order to complete my life, to complete me, I needed to find that great love."
For a while, he continued, he wasn't sure he'd ever find it. "And then I found you, and my life changed forever," he gushed. "Andi, you are the answer to all my prayers, you are the woman of my dreams. Your smile, that smile just brightens my day. That smile makes me feel like I can do anything in the world, that we can do anything together." He added, "And I know deep down in my heart that I am the only man who can ever make you smile the way you do."
Fortunately for Murray, Dorfman reciprocated his feelings. "Josh, I've loved you since the moment I laid eyes on you," she said, near tears. "I am madly in love with you, and you're it. You're the one that I want to spend the rest of my life with, and I want to have babies with."
The two shared a romantic kiss before Murray got down on one knee to pop the question. See his proposal—and the Neil Lane diamond engagement ring!—in the video above.