The last words she wanted to hear! Former Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis dissed Bachelorette Andi Dorfman via Twitter on Monday, Jan. 26, rehashing memories from when she was a contestant on his season of ABC's smash reality series.
Dorfman, 27, who had recently announced her split from her fiance Josh Murray, was coming off a girls' weekend with Galavis' ex Nikki Ferrell and fellow Bachelor season 18 contestants Sharleen Joynt, Kelly Travis, and Christy Hansen. Sad that her therapeutic get-together had ended, Dorfman used the opportunity to plug in the "Feel It App" across her social media accounts to express her emotional state.
"Sad & missing my girls already," Dorfman wrote alongside a photo of herself making a puppy-dog face with her lips. "Gonna use @feelitapp to stay emotionally connected."
The situation was the ideal setup for Galavis, who struck Monday with a rather insensitive retweet and response.
— Juan Pablo Galavis™ (@JuanPaGalavis) January 26, 2015
The contentious history between Galavis and Dorfman is one that has been well documented on both The Bachelor and in subsequent interviews. The former assistant district attorney famously left Galavis' season of The Bachelor, using the phrase "It's not okay!" to put him in his place. The move made Bachelor viewers across America respect Dorfman, who ultimately became the next Bachelorette.
Meanwhile, Galavis' final pick Ferrell has maintained a close friendship with Dorfman, even though the two competed for The Bachelor's affection during the same season. In a July conference call with reporters, Dorfman said she would not be inviting Galavis to her wedding to Murray unless he "put a ring on" Ferrell.
At the season 19 Bachelor premiere held earlier this month, Ferrell revealed that she Galavis both "tried really hard" to make their relationship work. "I wasn't going to quit… we real-life tried, not TV-tried."
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