The Bachelorette's tenth-season debut will be airing immediately after Dancing with the Stars' final eighteenth-season performance show.
However, Dorfman's edition of the reality dating competition will move back to its normal timeslot of 8-10PM ET/PT the following week on Monday, May 26.
Dorfman, a 26-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta, GA, was revealed to be The Bachelorette'snext star during last night's The Bachelor: After the Final Rose special. Dorfman was reportedly producers' top pick to become the Bachelorette following her dramatic The Bachelor exit in which she dumpedJuan Pablo Galavis for not meeting her expectations and being "an arrogant assh-le."
"[Andi] longs to find a great love like the one her parents share and her newlywed sister has found... Whip-smart... Andi is one of very few women working as a gang prosecutor and she aims to keep her community safe by putting criminals behind bars. She hopes that one day her own children will live in a beautiful world full of warmth and opportunity. But first, she must... find the wonderful love of her life," according to the network.
Dorfman has one older sister and enjoys hunting, fishing and shopping. She was a sorority girl at Louisiana State University and graduated from college in 2009. Dorfman then went on to earn her law degree from Wake Forest's Law School in 2012 and pass the bar in Georgia. She's been working as an Assistant District Attorney ever since, prosecuting criminals.
The Bachelorette is produced by Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Martin Hilton and Alycia Rossiter serve as executive producers.