"Yeah, she is [bitchy]," Ferguson told Detroit's WDZH 87.7 radio station on Tuesday. "I would've loved to see, I guess you could say, 'a nice girl,' and that didn't happen."
Ferguson said, however, it wasn't a surprise producers picked Dorfman, a 26-year-old assistant district attorney from Atlanta, GA, for the Bachelorette role.
"I did see it coming. She's very -- she has a good job, she looked really good on-camera, she spoke really well..." Ferguson began.
The radio hosts then interrupted Ferguson by saying it sounded pretty obvious she doesn't like Dorfman.
"How can you tell?!" Ferguson said with a big laugh.
"[Andi] was best friends with [Nikki Ferrell] and those were the two girls that I was the least closest to in the house, and I would've loved to see some of my friends be Bachelorette. Like I love [Chelsie Webster]. I love [Renee Oteri]. I know Renee is getting married now [though], good for her."
Ferguson, a 21-year-old former NBA dancer from Rochester Hills, MI, was ousted in the middle of a group date when Juan Pablo Galavis was determining his Final 6 bachelorettes. The Bachelor star sent her home to be with her young son because he realized he was sure she wouldn't be the last girl standing in the end.
Galavis ended up giving his final rose to Ferrell.