Josh Murray, a financial services rep and former baseball pro from Tampa, Florida, entered reality-TV fame when he won season 10 of The Bachelorette, proposing to Andi Dorfman in the July 2014 finale. Despite their on-air chemistry, the couple split the following January. Murray later dissed his ex-fiancée when she published a book about her time on The Bachelorette, calling her claims about him fictional and ludicrous.
Murray tried again for love as a contestant on season 3 of Bachelor in Paradise, ultimately becoming engaged to Amanda Stanton, who was previously a contestant on season 20 of The Bachelor, in the September 2016 finale. The couple moved in together in Irvine, California, with Stanton’s two daughters. Months later, however, the twosome called off their engagement.
Murray went on to compete on MTV’s The Challenge: Champs Vs. Stars in 2017.