It is finally time for a new season of “The Bachelorette.” This upcoming season will star Andi Dorfman trying to find love. She couldn't find the right “Juan” on “The Bachelor” with Juan Pablo Galavis so now ABC is giving her another chance. Reality Steve has done a great job of finding out her final four this season before the show has even started to air. Looking at his track record for the show you can easily assume that these are right.
Let's meet her final four guys! These are the men who will get a chance to take Andi home to meet their families and see if they approve of her. Here are the ones who make it to the end.
Josh Murray -Josh has lived a lot in his 29 years. He played minor league baseball for five years but now works for Capstone Financial. His brother Aaron Murray recently graduated from UGA where he was the quarterback for the football team. This family is already connected to Andi because her dad is a huge UGA fan and before the season started filming she shared that her dad was really excited Aaron followed her on Twitter.
Reality Steve was able to pick Josh as an early favorite back when the show first started filming. He knew that Andi would love him and it sounds like fans will too. Expect to see him either engaged to Andi, as the next guy on “The Bachelor,” or in the new show “Bachelor in Paradise.”
Marcus Grodd – He is a 26 year old from Dallas, Texas. It is unknown if Marcus runs in the same circles as Sean Lowe, but this is where he is living now with his new wife Catherine Giudici. He played soccer as a goalie, but even though he has this in common with Juan Pablo that didn't stop Andi from falling for him. He will go on a group date this season where Boyz II Men perform.
Nick Viall – Nick lives in Chicago and works as an Account Executive for Salesforce.com. He ran on the track team while he was in college. Nick is the oldest of 11 children. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a business administration degree.
Chris Soules -Chris works for Summit Farms in Iowa and is rich. He owns a lot of land and so it looks like Andi would have to make a big move to Iowa if she ends up picking him in the end. He appears to be the only one of the final four guys who wasn't an athlete in college or professionally.
“The Bachelorette” 2014 will premiere on Monday May 19. The first night of the two part finale of “Dancing With the Stars” airs at 7 p.m. and it will air after at 8:30 p.m. This is the night that viewers get to meet all of the guys trying to win Andi Dorman's hand in marriage.