Having Two ‘Bachelorette’ Leads Is ‘Sexist’

Andi Dorfman isn’t a fan of two ladies leading the next season of “The Bachelorette.”

“I’d be lying if I said I’m not bummed that they’re two women,” the reality star – who ran season 10 of the hit dating series – told Entertainment Tonight, when asked if Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia had the title. .

‘I’d like to see two men get to work on it. I don’t know, it gives me a bit of a sexist vibe in there that I don’t really like.”

Dorfman went on to state that “we’ve progressed a little further” than that.

“It’s 2022,” she added.

Rachel Recchia (right) and Gabby Windey (left)
The upcoming season of “The Bachelorette” will have two co-leads: Gabby Windey (left) and Rachel Recchia (right).
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Dorfman, 35, rose to fame when she appeared on Juan Pablo Galavis’ season of “The Bachelor.” She then got a second chance to find true love on TV when she was cast as “The Bachelorette” in 2014.

The hopeless romantic left the show engaged to former baseball player Josh Murray, but the two ended less than a year later.

Dorfman got engaged to Blaine Hart after he went Instagram official last year.

Dorfman is now paired up with boyfriend Blaine Hart. The Senior VP at CBRE introduced her in March 2022, after she went Instagram official late last year.

“I wanted to protect Blaine a little bit from the public eye and I didn’t want that to play a part in our relationship,” she told People at the time, explaining why it took so long for their relationship to go public. †

“But it’s nice for me to share it now, and it makes me feel really good to see that people are really happy that I finally found love.”

Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia
Recchia and Windey both starred in Clayton Echard’s season of “The Bachelor.”
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As for the upcoming 19th season of “The Bachelorette,” the logistics of how Recchia and Windey will date from the same group of men is still being executed.

The show’s new co-leads competed for Clayton Echard’s heart—and got dumped at the same time—during season 26 of “The Bachelor.”

“The Bachelorette” returns July 11 on ABC.

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