After being ABC's next "Bachelorette," Andi Dorfman got her fairy tale ending, choosing Josh Murray as her fiance. However, it looks like the happily-ever-after didn't last as long as "The Bachelorette" couple recently split.

While this comes to a surprise for many fans, this appears to not be a shocker to Chris Harrison who believes that Dorfman chose the wrong man. During the May 19 episode of "Watch What Happens Live," with host Andy Cohen, Harrison revealed his thoughts about Juan Pablo Galavis, Dorfman and Jake Pavelka.

Harrison was asked if he thought that any of the Bachelorettes had chosen the wrong person, to which Harrison replied, "You bet."

"[Dorfman] was happy for a while, but obviously I think she ended up probably with the wrong guy," said Harrison to Us Weekly

However, it looks like Dorfman is single and ready to mingle after moving to the Big Apple as she told People magazine, "Everybody seems to know a single guy in New York. And everyone's like, Let me set you up with my friend so-and-so.'"

Dorfman appears to be ready to move on from her previous relationship as she isn't shutting down the offer to be matched up.

"Oh, I'm ready," said Dorfman laughing. "I think I'm ready. I don't think anyone should be alone for the rest of their lives. There comes a time where you know you have to move on with your life and have a happy life, and I think I'm ready."

Dorfman described her recent broken engagement the "biggest failure of my life," but she's apparently learned something from it.

"I'm just being selective this time," said Dorfman. "I will say there are some hot guys in New York. I'll walk down the street ... and I find myself doing a total double turn and being like, 'Woo!' But it's funny because New York is so fast-paced, and I feel like you just pass a great-looking guy and it's like, you never see him again. So it's different."

The former "Bachelorette" admitted that she now has a better idea as far as what she looks for in a guy, which is to be "a family guy and somebody who can just handle his own."

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