Former Bachelorette Andi Dorfman Says There's Only 1 'Bachelor' Guy She'd Date

Three years since her run as the Bachelorette, Andi Dorfman is living the single life and keeping her eyes peeled for Mr. Right. The former district attorney hasn't had much luck in the relationship department, as we learned from her first book, It's Not Okay, which detailed her troubled romance with contestant, Josh Murray. Now out from behind the cameras and with a second book on the way, the 30-year-old knows exactly what she's looking for — and this one guy from the Bachelor franchise just might have it. 

Andi's new book, Single State of Mind, tells the story of the reality star's return to the reality of dating. As she tells Us Weekly, the extravagancies and whirlwind dates that she became accustomed to on-screen, isn't necessarily what she's looking for in her off-screen love life. 

"I’d like to go to a nice dinner with a good guy," she explains. "You know, good food and good conversation. It doesn't have to be fancy. I don’t need to be blown away. I’ve done the helicopter rides and castles — and we all saw how that turned out! I’m OK with normal."

So is there a chance that Andi could reconnect with a fellow Bachelor nation alum? According to her, the host of the franchise may be the only suitable choice.

“I’m not against it but I wouldn’t say I’m seeking out a guy from Bachelor Nation by any means.” She jokes, "Unless is was Chris Harrison!" 

The duo's close friendship has sparked romance rumors in the past, but Andi confirms that the pair, "would never date," though they, "have a little fun with it still." So Chris Harrison isn't Andi's perfect match, but she has yet to be discouraged.

"I now know what I’m looking for," she continues. "I’m not going to give my exes credit for steering me in this direction, but it’s helpful to look at relationships and be like, 'OK, I don’t want that in a man.'"

As for what Andi does want in a man? She says, "someone supportive and someone who accepts me for who I am, beyond reality TV. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous about a guy Googling me. But my past isn’t going anywhere, so I’m going to have to find someone who is OK with that."

Andi's Single State of Mind comes out on Jan. 9th, so we can learn even more about her relationship revelations, post-Bachelorette dating and "normal" life.