It has only been a few weeks since "Bachelorette" stars Andi Dorfman and Josh Murray called it quits on their engagement, and several reports suggest that the couple has already moved on.
Dorfman, for instance, has been relying on her friends to get her through these difficult times, and on Thursday the former assistant district attorney posted online pictures of her fun-filled night with pals Kelly Travis and Nikki Ferrell.
"Sometimes you just need your girls, some wine and the entire @taylorswift album," Dorfman wrote, alongside a shot of the girls dancing. She added: "(and a kitchen counter to dance on) @kellytravisty @nikki_ferrell #latergram #blankspace #starbuckslover."
Meanwhile Murray is said to be gearing up to re-enter the dating circuit, and according to a new Classicalite report, he "is looking to date the numerous girls reaching out to him on Instagram and Twitter."
The authenticity of this claim is yet to be confirmed, as Murray hasn't been spotted out with a new romantic interest since he and Dorfman split in early January, just a few days after the duo were spotted on "The Bachelor" season 19 red carpet.
The split came as a surprise to many as Murray and Dorfman even spoke about their marriage, fooling many.
Recently, Chris Harrison, host of the "Bachelor" franchise opened up about the couple faking their relationship on the red carpet, saying he was disappointed.
"I knew things were a little off," Harrison, 43, told Ryan Seacrest on Tuesday, according to Us Magazine. "They were being a little awkward and weird. But you know, they're from Georgia. You know those people."
"A) I was shocked and B) I was a little disappointed," the TV host noted, "because I wish they just said something to me. I never would've put them in that awkward of a position and talked about their wedding date had I known they were on the rocks," he added.