'The Bachelor' quitter Andi Dorfman may be next 'Bachelorette'
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AMERICA'S NEXT "BACHELORETTE?" Atlanta Assistant District Attorney Andi Dorfman quit "The Bachelor" last week after having become fed up with Juan Pablo Galavis, whom she called "inappropriate." But now she seems poised to star as the next "Bachelorette": E! News said the show's producers have flown her out to discuss the possibility, and while ABC has not responded to the casting claim, TMZ.com on Friday posted a letter from her boss, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard Jr., granting her an unpaid leave of absence from Feb. 20 to May 31. While calling the request "highly unusual," Howard did wish her "the best of luck while you participate in this program." ABC is scheduled to announce the next "Bachelorette" star after the "Bachelor" finale next Monday. Galavis eliminated Renee Oteri, leaving Nikki Ferrell and Clare Crawley as the two finalists.
PREMIERES. Bravo follows six Charleston, S.C., singles in the new "Southern Charm," starting Monday night at 10 . . . Tomorrow night at 10, Bill Klein and Jen Arnold, "The Little Couple," return for season six . . . Thursday night at 10, Food brings a preview episode of chefs trying to "Beat Bobby Flay," which officially premieres next week at that time . . . Dog-whisperer Cesar Millan returns Friday night at 9 with National Geographic Wild's new "Cesar 911" . . . and opposite it on WE, five "Bridezillas" veterans go through season two of "Marriage Boot Camp."
RECAPS. This season's first two "Survivor" stars not to survive: Garrett Adelstein and Miami Marlins president David Samson . . . Damon Butler is the first tattoo artist off "Ink Master" and Kelly Mantle the first drag queen off "RuPaul's Drag Race" . . . "American Idol" eliminated Kristen O'Connor . . . Nicholas Komor is no longer "Under the Gunn" . . . "Face Off" cut Cat Paschen . . . and Chris Jackson will not be crowned "King of the Nerds."