"The Bachelorette" star Andi Dorfman and her fiancé Josh Murray's dream of having their wedding televised might not become a reality, as recent reports point out that ABC does not have faith in them as a couple.
Ever since the two got engaged on the 10th season of the dating reality show, a number of reports have come out claiming that Dorfman and Murray are together just for the sake of it, and that there was no genuine chemistry between them. These rumours have persisted despite the couple's best attempts to quash them with the help of cosy and cuddly photos that they regularly upload on Twitter.
And now, ABC too seems to have lost hopes of the couple ever making it to the altar, and this might be why the network is eyeing up Michelle Money and Cody Sattler. "The Bachelor in Paradise" alums are not yet engaged, but multiple websites reported that they have a better chance of getting hitched than Dorfman and Murray.
Money and Sattler even spoke about the possibility of their wedding being televised when they said: "It's so cool that people watched us fall in love, so I don't see why we wouldn't do something so people can continue the journey with us. I think it would be fun," according to Reality TV Magazine.
Only time will prove which couple are in the relationship for the long haul, but Dorfman is surely facing the downside of all the fame that has come her way ever since starring in Juan Pablo Galavis' season of "The Bachelor."
In a recent interview with Jezebel, she hinted that she has lost trust in the media. "Honestly, it sucks because I can't read [tabloid] magazines the same ever again," she explained. "Now I know how falsified they are. First I'm pregnant; then I'm on 'The View'; then I'm on 'Dancing with the Stars' — that's a heavy schedule right there."
Dorfman added: "I remember telling our producer… when I saw [the pregnancy rumor] on the cover [of In Touch] that it's so ridiculous. I'm not even mad though, because I'm next to Kate Middleton, who's totally my idol."