Juan Pablo Galavis, Nikki Ferrell: Pablo Could Get Invited to Andi Dorfman, Josh Murray Wedding Proposes, Report Says
Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis will be invited to the wedding of Bachelorette Andi Dorfman and winner Josh Murray–but only if he proposes to Nikki Ferrell.
Pablo made waves after choosing Nikki as the winner of last season but not proposing to her.
Most winners end up engaged with the Bachelor or Bachelorette, such as Dorfman and Murray.
Dorfman has remained close with Ferrell despite not liking Pablo.
She says that Pablo will not be at the wedding. Unless…
“I don’t think he’s gonna be invited to my wedding. Um, yeah—just gonna be a soft ‘No’ for now. Unless he marries Nikki, then by default, which he knows about, he’ll come to the wedding,” she told Us Weekly.
“If he marries Nikki, he gets an invite. I hope he hears this,” she said, laughing. “He better put a ring on it!”
Dorfman and Murray were engaged on the season finale of the Bachelorette, which aired on Monday night but was filmed weeks ago. They’re planning to get married in the spring.
“We have not really started making [plans], I think I’m gonna enjoy being engaged for a little while,” she said.
“We’re thinking maybe a spring wedding! Why not?”
AP update: – Chiefs’ Murray says bro, ‘Bachelorette’ very happy
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) — Chiefs rookie Aaron Murray was tied up in meetings Monday night, at the same time millions of people were tuning into ABC to see whether his brother would be popping the question.
No worries. Murray knew months ago that his brother, Josh Murray, would be chosen by “The Bachelorette” Andi Dorfman on this season of the reality dating show.
In fact, the finale was taped the same week of the NFL draft, making it a memorable weekend in his household.
“He’s excited. He’s very happy,” the younger Murray said after Wednesday’s practice on the campus of Missouri Western. “It was fun watching him when I got the opportunity to watch on TV. And I’ve got a (future) sister-in-law, so I’m happy.”
Aaron Murray even got a bit of TV time himself, offering up a toast when Dorfman visited the Murray household during one of the late-season episodes. That episode coincided with the pro days that the QB was having for prospective NFL teams in the weeks leading up to the draft.
“The finale happened the week of the draft, actually. We knew that Friday of the draft, we got a call from him — ‘Hey, she picked me. I proposed. We’re engaged.’ So it was an exciting weekend,” Aaron Murray said. “He gets engaged, the next day I get drafted.”