UPDATE: It has just been confirmed that Andi Dorfman chose Josh Murray, ending Season 10 of 'The Bachelorette'.
ABC's The Bachelorette 2014 ends tonight with Andi Dorfman needing to choose between the two remaining bachelors, Josh Murray and Nick Viall. Watch the live stream online below (free for subscribers).
Earlier, rumors suggested that Andi will give the last rose to Josh. This assumption seems to be proven in an earlier posting by infamous blogger Reality Steve. "The Josh/Andi storyline will be they traveled all over the world to fall in love with each other when they were right in each other's backyard and didn't even know it," Steve had written.
According to Reality Steve, Andi unexpectedly dumps Nick in favor of Josh during the filming of the hometown dates. The forlorn suitor then boards a flight home to Milwaukee. On the plane, Nick calls a family member on his phone. Meanwhile a passenger secretly records the entire conversation. Nick can be heard venting his anger, and leaves choice words for Josh.
While the footage seems compelling, there are still the usual detractors. Celebrity Dirty Laundry, for instance, argues that Reality Steve may have been deceived by a classic misinformation ploy. A case in point occurred when the blogger wrongly predicted the Season 9 winner, though he quoted a source close to the show.
Even so, other rumors hint that Andi may still have an incentive to commit to being with Josh after all. Life & Style magazine recently quoted a source who claims that the pair want to marry soon because ABC is about to spend more than $1 million USD to air the wedding.
"There's no budget when it comes to these weddings," says the source. "They spend night after night on the phone together, talking about the themes, colors and flowers. Andi wants a traditional wedding with Southern flair. They even send each other pictures of their ideas!"
The final episode of Bachelorette Season 10 will air on ABC on Monday, July 28 at 8pm ET, fans can watch the show online through live stream by clicking here (free for subscribers). If you miss the previous episodes, you can watch it at abc.go.com for free.