FANDOM



The 10th season of The Bachelorette premiered on May 19, 2014. The season featured 26-year-old Andi Dorfman, an Assistant District Attorney. Unlike the rest of the bachelorettes (except Sharleen), Dorfman was not sent home by the Bachelor on her season, the eighteenth season of The Bachelor, featuring Juan Pablo Galavis. Instead, she chose to leave on the ninth episode, the morning after her overnight date in the fantasy suite with Galavis, because he upset her. She is the second woman to become the Bachelorette after quitting a season, the first being Ali Fedotowsky.

She ultimately chose Josh Murray and accepted his proposal.

Development and filmingEdit

The bachelorette and her male contestants began shooting on Wednesday, March 12, 2014 in California. Other locales include Connecticut, France, Italy and Belgium with performances from Boyz II Men and American Young.

Just before the cast announcement, Eric Hill, a 31-year-old intrepid quest traveler from California, was critically injured on Easter Sunday, April 20, when he slammed into a mountain near Draper, Utah. His parachute had collapsed during a paragliding accident after he concluded his filming. Hill died of injuries three days later on April 23. It was announced the show would honor Hill by dedicating the upcoming season to him.

On the season premiere, host Chris Harrison dedicated the season to Hill:

"Throughout the years many hundreds of men and women have come on this show in search of love, and they've all become a part of what we consider part of this family. At this time, we'd like to take a moment to honor one of these men — our friend, Eric Hill. Eric passed away shortly after concluding his filming of this show. In the coming weeks, you'll see Eric was a vibrant man. Every day he impressed us with his passion and courageous spirit. He will be greatly missed, and we dedicate this season to him."

ContestantsEdit

The season began with 25 contestants.

NOTES
Eric died on April 23, 2014, after having already completed his filming.

  • Ron left after learning that a close friend had died. Afterwards he didn't feel in the right mindset to continue.

Future appearancesEdit

Finalists Dylan Petitt, Marquel Martin, Tasos Hernandez, Marcus Grodd and Cody Sattler later competed as contestants on the first season of Bachelor in Paradise. They finished 22nd, 17th/18th and 7th/12th, respectively. Where Grodd and Sattler finished as co-winners with Bachelor Nation alumnae Lacy Faddoul and Michelle Money. Third place finalist Chris Soules was selected as the bachelor in the nineteenth season of The Bachelor. Sattler made a surprise cameo in Soules' introduction video. Soules later competed on the twentieth season of Dancing with the Stars partnering with Witney Carson, and he finished in 5th place. Runner-up Nick Viall later competed once again in the eleventh season of The Bachelorette where he entered in during week 4. Viall would later return to compete for the third time in the third season of Bachelor in Paradise. Brett Melnick, Carl King, and Josh Murray also returned to compete for that season as well. On August 30, 2016, Viall was announced as the bachelor for season 21 of The Bachelor.

Call-Out OrderEdit

# Bachelors Week
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 Marcus Nick V. Eric Nick V. Dylan Josh M. Nick V. Nick V. Josh M. Nick V. Josh M.
2 Chris J.J. Marcus Josh M. Brian J.J. Chris Josh M. Chris Josh M. Nick V.
3 J.J. Eric Chris J.J. Marcus Brian Dylan Marcus Nick V.
Chris
4 Marquel Marquel Ron Marcus Nick V. Marcus Brian Chris Marcus
5 Tasos Craig Dylan Brian J.J. Nick V. Marcus Brian
6 Cody Tasos J.J. Marquel Josh M. Chris Josh M. Dylan
7 Steven Josh M. Marquel Tasos Cody Dylan J.J.
8 Rudie Brian Andrew Cody Chris Cody
Cody
9 Carl Bradley Tasos Patrick Andrew Andrew
10 Jason Marcus Josh M. Chris Patrick Marquel
11 Nick V. Andrew Cody Eric Marquel Patrick
12 Dylan Ron Nick V. Dylan Tasos
13 Patrick Carl Patrick Andrew
Eric
14 Emil Chris Brian Bradley
15 Brett Dylan Brett Brett
16 Craig Brett Bradley Ron
17 Ron Patrick Carl
18 Bradley Cody Craig
19 Josh B. Nick S. Nick S.
20 Nick S. Emil
21 Brian Jason
22 Andrew Josh B.
23 Mike Mike
24 Eric Rudie
25 Josh M. Steven
The contestant received a first impression rose.
The contestant received a rose during the date.
The contestant was eliminated outside the rose ceremony.
The contestant was eliminated.
The contestant was eliminated during the date.
The contestant quit the competition.
The contestant won the competition.

EpisodesEdit

No. in series No. in season Title
1 "Week 1" May 19, 2014
The matchmaking series' 10th season kicks off with Andi Dorfman meeting 25 potential suitors. Meanwhile, a past "Bachelorette" cast member tries to crash the party. By the end of the evening, the field is pared to 19 men. The episode is dedicated to contestant Eric Hill, who died April 23, 2014, from injuries sustained in a paragliding accident.
2 "Week 2" May 26, 2014
Nineteen bachelors move into the mansion. Andi takes a contender on a one-on-one date that involves an afternoon at the beach and a helicopter ride to a mountain; and another solo date involves an excursion to Santa Anita Park. On the group date, 14 of the men are asked to strip for charity. Sixteen bachelors remain after the rose ceremony.
3 "Week 3: Santa Barbara" June 1, 2014
Andi heads to Santa Barbara, Cal., with her 16 remaining suitors. On a group date, the men must sing at a Boyz II Men concert; Andi and one gentleman are disguised as an elderly couple for a one-on-one date; and one bachelor receives horrible news.
4 "Week 4: Connecticut" June 2, 2014
Andi heads to New England with the 13 remaining bachelors. Singer Jon Pardi serenades Andi and her date; the men compete against all-star WNBA players; and Andi goes on a steam-train ride with one suitor and rappels down a hotel with another.
5 "Week 5: France" June 16, 2014
Andi and the 11 remaining bachelors visit the south of France, where one-on-one dates include a romantic sailboat ride and a movie screening at a French cinema. Meanwhile, nine men study with a professional mime and perform a show for the locals.
6 "Week 6: Italy" June 23, 2014
Andi and the 11 remaining bachelors visit the south of France, where one-on-one dates include a romantic sailboat ride and a movie screening at a French cinema. Meanwhile, nine men study with a professional mime and perform a show for the locals.
7 "Week 7: Belgium" June 30, 2014
The Top 6 bachelors visit Brussels, where one contender discusses his childhood during a one-on-one date, and another man attends an outdoor concert with Andi. Elsewhere, a group date involves a visit to castle ruins.
8 "Week 8: Hometowns" July 7, 2014
The remaining four bachelors take Andi on tours of their hometowns. After meeting their families, Andi narrows the playing field to three final contenders.
9 "Week 9: Dominican Republic" July 14, 2014
Andi and the remaining three bachelors visit the Dominican Republic, where romantic outings include a beachside dinner, a tour of Santo Domingo and a horseback ride. Only two finalists remain after the rose ceremony.
10 "The Men Tell All" July 21, 2014
Andi and 16 of the rejected bachelors dish about the season and each other; Ashley and J.P. Rosenbaum talk about their lives since their December 2012 wedding. Also: a blooper reel; a sneak peek of the season finale and the series "Bachelor in Paradise." Host: Chris Harrison.
11 "Finale" July 28, 2014
Andi makes her decision between Nick Viall and Josh Murray in the Season 10 finale. Before the final rose ceremony, she goes on two last dates and introduces both men to her family.
12 "After The Final Rose" July 28, 2014
Andi recaps the season in a live interview with host Chris Harrison; and Top 2 finalists Nick Viall and Josh Murray give their take on the outcome of the show. Also included: a sneak peek of "Bachelor in Paradise."

Where are they now?Edit

Andi and Josh announced their breakup in January 2015.

Josh got engaged to Amanda Stanton who originally appeared on season 20 of The Bachelor. The couple met on the third season of Bachelor in Paradise. They have since ended their relationship.

Marcus Grodd married Lacy Faddoul whom he met on the first season of Bachelor in Paradise. Their wedding was televised during the season 2 premiere. On June 16, 2016, Marcus confirmed to E! News, that he and Lacy are no longer together and that they never were legally married, because their wedding took place in Mexico.

In July 2016, Marcus started a relationship with Ally Lutar. They got engaged on May 9, 2017.

On April 24, 2017, Chris Soules was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a fatal truck/tractor accident in Aurora, Iowa that left a 66-year-old Iowa man dead. Soules, who was driving a truck that rear-ended a tractor about 15 miles south of Soules' farm in Arlington, Iowa, was not charged with driving under the influence. On May 8, 2017, he was formally charged with "hit and run, resulting in death". He faces up to five years in prison if found guilty. His arraignment is set for Tuesday, May 23, 2017. His trial is January 18, 2018.

Nick Viall starred on the 21st season of The Bachelor and got engaged to Vanessa Grimaldi. On August 25, 2017, Nick and Vanessa announced that they had decided to end their engagement.

The RingEdit

Promotional galleryEdit

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.